FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOREM, Utah-As was confirmed last Friday, Utah Valley men’s basketball head coach Mark Madsen retained Eric Daniels as an assistant, a holdover from the Mark Pope regime. Daniels was also an assistant for five seasons at NCAA Division II Regis University and was an assistant at Southern Utah in the 2008-09 season. Daniels is a graduate of NAIA Johnson & Wales of Denver and is the son of current Utah assistant Donny Daniels. May 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local Eric Daniels Retained As Assistant for UVU Men’s Basketball Tags: Donny Daniels/Eric Daniels/Mark Madsen/Orlando Magic/Regis University/UVU Men’s Basketball Daniels has played an instrumental role in helping the Wolverines have record-breaking win-loss seasons four times in his tenure, which dates back to 2015. Written by Daniels came to Utah Valley from the NBA’s Orlando Magic, serving the squad in on-court work, player development and video. Brad James
View post tag: South Survitec Group Limited (Survitec), world-wide manufacturers and distributors for the marine, defence and aerospace survival technology industries, is pleased to announce that it has been selected by The South Korean Navy to provide submarine escape equipment for its next fleet of submarines.The multi million Euro contract has been awarded jointly by HDW and Marine Force International LLP as prime contractor for the South Korean procurement authority DAPA (Defense Acquisition Program Administration). The multi-year contract is for around 300 submarine escape suits and 12 submarine life raft systems. The equipment will be supplied and manufactured by Survitec through DSB and will ensure the safety of submariners in escape from depths of 180m and also during surface abandonment scenarios.DSB, part of the Survitec Group and based near Hanover, is a leading company in the development, processing and manufacturing of rubberised fabrics with marine, defence and aerospace applications and draws from long standing experience and expertise.David Griffiths, Vice President of Defence Sales at Survitec Group, added, “We have a long-standing and successful partnership with HDW and we are very pleased to have been awarded this new contract because it demonstrates once more, that Survitec offers a one stop shop for all submariner safety and survival requirements. The security of supply, proven performance of the Survitec product range and our commitment to continuous product and process improvement, remains a very attractive proposition to customers.”Survitec will also supply skins for airtraps, through its special products division at DSB. These are specially designed textile collars for submarine escape hatches which capture excess air and assist the safe exit of the submariner.This is the largest single order in Survitec’s long and successful cooperation with HDW and represents a further significant step for Survitec Group and DSB in the important Asia region.[mappress]Source: BusinessWire, October 03, 2011 View post tag: equipment View post tag: Korean View post tag: Survitec View post tag: Navy Survitec, South Korean Navy Sign Submarine Escape Equipment Contract View post tag: Escape Equipment & technology October 3, 2011 Back to overview,Home naval-today Survitec, South Korean Navy Sign Submarine Escape Equipment Contract Share this article View post tag: sign View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic View post tag: contract View post tag: submarine
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Lathams craft bakery in Southport, Lancashire, has been involved in National Doughnut Week, which this year runs from May 6 to 13, since the outset. Here, Chris Latham describes what his bakery gets up to during the week in order to raise money for The Children’s Trust charity – and drum up business in its four shops.“National Doughnut Week is always great fun and we never fail to see a huge boost in sales, both of doughnuts and other products. We always try to come up with a new and different doughnut every year – a limited-edition doughnut if you like – to sell during the week. “Last year, we created new varieties with chocolate and orange, rhubarb and custard, and toffee and apple – which proved to be huge sellers.“It was particularly rewarding to see all our staff getting so involved. Everyone would ask every single customer to buy a doughnut for charity – and the response was overwhelming. “The Children’s Trust is such a deserving cause – and it’s great for UK bakers to be able to help local children throughout the UK and really make a difference to their lives.Lathams was founded in 1967 and has remained a family business. The company now employs 50 staff across four bakery shops in Southport, Lancashire. • Top tip: Contact your local newspaper, tell them the dates of National Doughnut Week, what you are planning to do and emphasise that it is a fundraising event. Invite a journalist and photo-grapher along.• It’s not too late! To register for National Doughnut week, email Christopher Freeman now at Dunns Bakery on [email protected] or call 020 8340 1614 or 07776 480032.LOOK WHO’S REGISTERED!– A&E White bakers, Barnsley, Yorkshire– Stephen’s bakery, Dumferline, Fife– Argo’s Bakery, Stromness, Orkney– Victoria Bakery, Barnet, Herts– WC Rowe, Falmouth, Cornwall– P&A Davies, Chester, Cheshire
High street bakery retailer Greggs has said its Balanced Choice and breakfast products have been popular over the summer months, as it released its third-quarter trading statement to 1 October.The company saw total sales rise by 5.6% for the 13-week period with company-managed shop like-for-like sales up by 2.8%.Greggs has now launched its autumn/winter menu, including new lower-calorie bakes and soups in the Balanced Choice range, along with new snacks with gluten-free options. These include chipotle pulled beef, fiery pulled chicken and onion bhaji burritos in its hot sandwich range. The burritos will go on sale across 1,200 Greggs stores nationwide and are priced at £2.75.Speaking at a press conference, chief executive Roger Whiteside said: “There appears to be a big demand in the market for Mexican-style products and our hot-eating sandwiches have been very popular. Burritos are the latest addition to that range. We are constantly on the look-out to see what is happening in the market and for those things that might have broader appeal.”He also revealed that soup had been growing year-on-year for the retailer and said that this also lent itself to the demand for healthier, lower-calorie products.Referring to breakfast, Whiteside said this was the fastest-growing consumption occasion for Greggs, but declined to reveal for what percentage of sales it now accounts. He said: “The breakfast phenomenon developing in the UK market has been going for about 15 years now. More and more people are becoming short of time in the morning and grabbing breakfast on the go. The value we offer at Greggs is outstanding; we have held our meal deal at £2 for two years now.”Talking about the company’s healthy Balanced Choice range, he revealed that this now accounts for 10% of Greggs’ sales and said he could easily see it taking a 20% share of sales in the not-too-distant future. “We are going to carry on in that direction as long as consumers want it,” he said. “I cannot see that trend disappearing. The trend to eat more healthily is here to stay.”In the year-to-date, the company has completed 145 shop refurbishments and said it was on-track to refurbish around 200 shops this year. It has also opened 103 new shops, including 41 franchised units, primarily in transport locations, and has closed 58 shops, giving it a shop total of 1,743 as at 4 October. For the year as a whole, it said it expects to open 140-150 shops and close around 70-80, a net increase of around 70 outlets.Greggs also noted that it was making good progress with its supply chain investment plan and the work to facilitate its new distribution centre in Enfield was now finished, with the site being brought into operation in the coming weeks. As a result, it will complete the previously announced closure of its bakery in Twickenham in November.However, the company did point to “general industry-wide cost pressures” in the next year, which Whiteside identified as both an end to supply outstripping demand, as well as ingredient commodity price rises. “We are quite unusual among retailers in that we make most of our own food, so that gives us sight of ingredient costs. Lots of those items – proteins, oils, fats, flour, dairy – are priced in dollars, so look as if they are going to be going up in price. We will be fighting hard to mitigate those cost pressures.”He added that the company’s rationale in terms of its investment programme was unchanged by the EU referendum, however, and that the company would wait to hear more certainty in regards to how the market will operate under the new regime.In September Greggs introduced a lower-calorie sourdough pasty to its range.
On Friday night, Trey Anastasio continued his late-2018 solo acoustic run with a performance at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA. Once again, Trey mused about the location of the day throughout the show, reminiscing about amusing experiences in the City of Angels including the one time Paris Hilton declined to sit next to him at a Hollywood party, how Phish recruited Rose Stone for Hoist, and more.The performance began with Phish‘s Undermind track “Secret Smile”, marking its first appearance in a Trey acoustic show since Rothbury Festival more than ten years ago. Next Anastasio offered up his only acoustic debut of the night, recent TAB original-turned-Phish jam vehicle “Set Your Soul Free”. The show continued with a number of go-to acoustic numbers like “Brian and Robert”, “The Inlaw Josie Wales”, and “Mountains In The Mist” before moving into the second “Free” of this young solo tour. A rare “Two Versions of Me” was up next, followed by a crowd-requested rendition of Trey/Amanda Green collaboration “Summer of ’89”.“Everything’s Right” came next, followed by fan-favorite Hoist ballad “If I Could”. The set continued from there with “Limb By Limb”, “Prince Caspian”, and “Till We Meet Again” before Trey gave a nod to Phish’s upcoming Riviera Maya destination event with the first acoustic “Mexican Cousin” of the tour. A pair of newer-vintage tunes came next in “Mercury” and “Rise/Come Together” before Trey took things back to 1996 with Bill Breathes ditty “Talk”, marking its first acoustic performance since 2011.Following “Talk”, Trey took a moment to reflect on a couple of Phish’s more bizarre early album covers and the way the images came about, including the awkward close-up of Mike Gordon‘s face on Billy Breathes and the horse in a harness on the cover of Hoist. On Hoist, Trey explained, the prevailing thought was, “This music is so powerful, and it feels like you could levitate, you know what I mean? It’s making me feel like my feet are leaving the ground—and there’s the line in ‘If I Could’ like ‘I wanna feel my feet leave the ground.’ We should do a cover where the most grounded of creature is, like, lifting, just slightly, into the air…what about a horse? And it’d just, like, floating into the air. … I don’t know what the album was gonna be called, but it was this concept. We got this cool photographer that was gonna do it, and they were like, ‘Where do we find… a horse?” [laughs]. And our friend Amy—our first festival was at Amy’s Farm, right?—she was hanging around. And she said, ‘I have a horse, I have this horse, Maggie, come to my farm. So we went to take this picture, we brought the photographer. And she had this contraption…that Maggie had been in before—no animals were harmed in this story [laughs]—but she’s trapped Maggie in this thing and, like, horribly lifted her up like ughh… her back was curving…It was, like, nothing, nothing like we had conceived at all [laughs]. It’s just, like, a horse in a horrible contraption.”“We imagined this beautiful, ethereal thing,” he continued, amused, “And then they took a picture… We did the same thing with Billy Breathes—it’s like, we were out of time, we need the cover tomorrow, it costs too much money, and that’s it, that’s the cover. We’re stuck with this thing. And then we didn’t have a name, so we’re like ‘eh, just call it Hoist,’ cus it’s going up like this [makes jerking motion]… Just, like, a nightmare [laughs].” He went on to talk about the album’s photo insert, which accentuates Jon Fishman‘s “private bits and pieces—so I thought, we should just put that on the cover and call it Hung Like A Horse.”Shifting his focus to another song from Hoist, “Wolfman’s Brother”, Trey mused, “This was my favorite part of making that album. On the outro of this tune—it’s a funky kind of tune and has these funky vocals—and we were like, ‘Man, I wonder if Rose Stone from Sly & The Family Stone still lives in L.A.?’ I will say that, when I was a kid, I used to look at these Sly & The Family Stone covers, and it would be all these men and women and black and white and singing these songs like ‘Family Affair’, all together, and I always wanted to have a band like that. I actually ended up kind of modeling TAB after that. … Anyway, we wondered in the middle of this recording if Rose Stone, Sly’s sister, who sang all those songs was around… so we called, and she answered the phone and said she’d sing on the record. She came in and gave us, like, a soul lesson. It was an incredible thing to hear. If you go back and listen closely to the album version of this, you’ll hear the same person who sang [cups hands over the microphone and sings], ‘It’s a family affair.’ So you gotta imagine Sly’s sister.” The subsequent rendition of the song featured an appropriate “Family Affair” quote.With time left for a few more, Trey worked through “The Wedge” and “Blaze On”, which in turn segued into “Bathtub Gin”. Anastasio began to get up out of his seat as the song hit its final refrain, putting his foot up on his chair and encouraging the crowd to keep singing as he took his bow and headed off the stage. The crowd was still singing as he retook the stage for his encore, which featured renditions of “Waste”, Kasot Växt “cover” “Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.”, and upbeat Big Boat anthem “More”.You can watch a selection of crowd-shot videos from the performance below:View VideosTrey Talks About The Hoist Album Cover[Video: Mitch Dorf]“Set Your Soul Free”[Video: Paul Giza]“Everything’s Right”[Video: Paul Giza]“Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.”[Video: Paul Giza]“Bathtub Gin” > Encore (Partial)[Video: Mitch Dorf]Trey Anastasio’s solo acoustic tour continues tonight, Saturday, December 8th, with a performance at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, CA. For a full list of upcoming Trey acoustic dates, head here.Setlist: Trey Anastasio Solo Acoustic | Walt Disney Concert Hall | Los Angeles, CA | 12/7/18Set: Secret Smile, Set Your Soul Free , Brian and Robert, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Mountains in the Mist, Free, Two Versions of Me, Summer of ’89, Everything’s Right, If I Could, Limb By Limb, Prince Caspian, Till We Meet Again, Mexican Cousin, Mercury, Rise/Come Together, Talk, Wolfman’s Brother, The Wedge, Blaze On > Bathtub GinEncore: Waste, Say it to Me S.A.N.T.O.S., More First acoustic performance by Trey.
By Terry KelleyUniversity of GeorgiaThe dog days of summer are beginning to give way to crisper fall air. But this doesn’t mean the gardening season is over. It’s still possible to grow crops well into the fall and even through the winter in parts of Georgia.Frost will eventually reap the last of the heat-loving crops such as squash, tomatoes and okra. But such crops as cabbage, turnips, mustard, radishes, beets, broccoli, carrots and even English peas can enjoy the cool days of autumn and early winter. Many of these can take a fairly stout frost and be OK.Cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower and kohlrabi are all good crops for fall gardens. They’re best started from transplants but can be direct-seeded, too. If you seed them directly into the soil, keep the ground moist while it’s still hot to give them a good start.Keep them well watered if you transplant, too. The later you start, the smarter it becomes to transplant to cut the time to maturity. Establishing plants after late September may not yield good results. Most of these crops take from 70 to 80 days to mature in the fall.Most leafy greens can fit this pattern. Turnips and mustard are less tolerant to frosts and freezes than collards and kale. Don’t wait too late to plant them. They’re short-season crops and will mature in 45-60 days.All of these crops except cabbage and kohlrabi lend themselves to multiple harvests. You may be able to get several cuttings on one crop.English peas can’t stand a hard freeze. But there’s time to get in a crop before harsh weather. Sugar snap peas or edible pod peas will fit into this category, too. They usually require about 70 days to mature in the fall.Radishes will mature in about four weeks. Beets and Swiss chard, both hardy crops, mature in about 60 days. Plant these in time to harvest before hard freezes.Carrots and onions grow well in south Georgia during the winter. Neither can take severe temperatures, but light freezes and frosts do them no harm. Carrots can be seeded in September through October for harvest in the spring. Onions are usually transplanted in November for harvest in April and May.It will soon be time to clean off the remains of the summer garden. But get ready now for fall and winter. It can be a lot more fun to garden in the crisp fall air than in the gnat-infested heat of summer.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Northport man allegedly stole three vehicles and robbed two banks in Suffolk County during a five-day crime spree that ended with his arrest Friday in western New York, authorities said.Barry Napolitano, 44, was taken into custody in Buffalo with the help of the U.S. Marshals Service and New York State police. He was turned over to Suffolk County police detectives Friday night at a New York State police station in Newburgh, police said.Authorities said the alleged one-man crime spree started September 12 in Commack when Napolitano allegedly stole a 2013 Jeep from a garage at a Huntington Jeep dealership on Route 25. Napolitano struck again four days later, police said, allegedly stealing a 2006 Chevrolet Equinox from a Northport home and then a motorcycle five hours later in East Northport.During that time, Napolitano allegedly robbed a Port Jefferson Chase bank on September 12 and a Capital One bank in Stony Brook on September 17, police said.He was charged with two counts of robbery, two counts of burglary and grand larceny.The U.S. Marshals Service New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force and New York State Police Violent Felony Warrant Squad assisted in the investigation.Napolitano will be held at the Second Precinct overnight before his arraignment Sunday at First District Court in Central Islip.Police said the investigation is ongoing.
16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Concerns about security and a desire to pay the same old way are keeping some from making the most of payment options.According to recent findings from the Fiserv quarterly consumer trends survey, Expectations & Experiences: Consumer Payments, security, complacency and a general lack of interest are some of the most common barriers to using various payment options.The survey, conducted online by Harris Poll among 3,031 banking consumers in the U.S., found that while 75 percent of consumers use online banking to access their accounts, some consumers don’t take full advantage of services like mobile banking, person-to-person payments (P2P), e-bills and digital wallets.What’s behind the hesitation?Security Concerns Remain for Nonusers of Mobile; Decline Significantly for P2PSecurity concerns are by far the most common barrier to mobile banking use with 51 percent of nonusers saying they would be worried about the safety of accessing their financial information through mobile devices. Other concerns, such as preferring to use a computer (42 percent) and the screen not being large enough (22 percent), lag far behind. continue reading »
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 45-year-old Westbury man has been charged with the attempted murder of his ex-girlfriend following his arrest on Wednesday in Uniondale, Nassau County police said. Alvin Smith allegedly stabbed the woman multiple times in the neck and shoulder with a large knife Wednesday night, police said. The incident occurred as the victim, who was not identified, was walking on Nassau Round at 10:15 p.m., police said. The woman was transported to a local hospital for treatment. Police did not list her condition. Smith was placed under arrest after police located him on nearby Hill Street. A knife was recovered at the scene, police said. The victim has an order of protection against Smith, police said. A motive was not provided. Smith was charged with second-degree attempted murder, criminal possession of a weapon, criminal contempt and aggravated criminal contempt. He is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday at First District Court in Hempstead.