Month: August 2019

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first_imgLast updated on July 3rd, 2019 at 07:21 pm720 N. Old World 3rd St., photo by googlePlans are in the works for a new downtown cafe that would function more like a cocktail bar than a traditional coffee shop.Canary Coffee Bar would occupy a vacant 1,200-square-foot ground-floor retail space in The Grand Wisconsin Apartments, which is in the historic former Hotel Wisconsin building at 720 N. Old World 3rd St.Husband and wife Colin and Emily Whitcomb hope to open the concept by May or early June. It will serve eight to 10 types of coffee sourced from a variety of roasters.“We’ll have a range of coffee flavors that are tied into the cultures and places that produced them,” Colin Whitcomb said. “It will be an opportunity for people to have resonance of where that product comes from.”He said Canary will be centered on service and experience, allowing customers to choose a coffee off the menu based on their personal taste.The cafe will also serve espresso-based drinks, as well as food offerings including pastries and open-faced sandwiches.The space, which will be renovated starting tentatively in early April, will feature a standing bar for patrons to order, drink their coffee and be on their way– an environment similar to that of coffee bars in Italy, Whitcomb said.“I think it’s something that is a feather in our cap to be able to go into a space that has so much history,” Whitcomb said.The historic Hotel Wisconsin building is located near several new development projects in the Westown neighborhood, including the Fiserv Forum and the Milwaukee Bucks’ Entertainment Block, The Avenue and 3rd Street Market Hall, and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s new performance center.“We are super pleased to find a downtown area that has lots of new development that is bringing people in,” Whitcomb said. Get our email updatesBizTimes DailyManufacturing WeeklyNonprofit WeeklyReal Estate WeeklySaturday Top 10Wisconsin Morning Headlines Subscribelast_img read more

RESIDENTS of Naga City south Cebu are requesting

first_imgRESIDENTS of Naga City, south Cebu are requesting the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) to take “immediate actions” against a company for constructing a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) terminal plant near residential areas.The letter complaint signed by Zosimo Abaquita of sitio Mohon, barangay Langtad, Naga City, said Petronas Energy Philippines Inc. failed to comply with the provisions of the Republic Act 9514 or the Fire Code of the Philippines 2008 which mandates certain requirements in constructing a LPG station.ADVERTISEMENT Baybayin revival makes native PH history hip Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements Painters refuse to go quietly If Petronas is permitted to commence its operations, the complainant said there will be “incomprehensible damage to the lives and properties of residents.”MORE STORIESnewsinfoWHAT WENT BEFORE: Dengvaxia is world’s first dengue vaccinenewsinfoBaybayin revival makes native PH history hipnewsinfoMartial law in Negros? Military taking cue from local execsMORE STORIESnewsinfoWHAT WENT BEFORE: Dengvaxia is world’s first dengue vaccinenewsinfoBaybayin revival makes native PH history hipnewsinfoMartial law in Negros? Military taking cue from local execs“I wish to bring to you a situation which could be an accident waiting to happen and if it does happen, countless lives and properties will eventually be lost and wasted,” Abaquita said.Aside from the BFP, the complaint was also addressed to the Department of Labor and Employment, Naga City Mayor Valdemar Chiong, Engr. Arthur Villamor of the Office of the Building Official, Naga City Fire Marshal Joel Abarquiz, and the barangay captain of Langtad.The complainant said government agencies should “not turn a blind eye” on blatant violations of rules and regulations designed for public safety./Reporter Ador Vincent S. MayolADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. WHAT WENT BEFORE: Dengvaxia is world’s first dengue vaccine Based on the complaint addressed to Senior Supt. Ma. Luisa Hadjula, regional director of BFP-7, the LPG storage and receiving tanks in Naga City are situated 65 meters from adjoining properties.Under the law, however, LPG containers of more than 378,500 liters ‘water capacity’ should be constructed at least 122 meters from the perimeter line of the adjoining property.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOIndian coffee magnate’s body found by river“Having a capacity of more than 378,500 liters, Petronas’ tanks should therefore be built at least 122 meters from the adjoining property,” the complainant said.Petronas has completed construction of its LPG storage and receiving tanks in Naga City. The two aboveground tanks have a capacity of 2.27 million liters. Locsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilege Tolentino: No more debate with Drilon on China deal SMC bags Bulacan airport project Read Next LATEST STORIES Myths and risks seen in FaceApp use PLAY LIST 03:02Myths and risks seen in FaceApp use01:47Jeepney driver busted for ‘trip-cutting’ in Manila01:47Brace for next metro wide shake drill..at 4 a.m. on July 27!03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension PH protests Chinese boat swarm, warship passage View commentslast_img read more

Prepared by FFWPU USA The Blessing Family Minist

first_imgPrepared by FFWPU USAThe Blessing & Family Ministry (BFM) is currently hosting a national gathering of leaders in the areas of matching education, marriage enrichment, and family empowerment in Las Vegas at the International Peace Education Center.A total of 75 participants are spending four days networking, developing stronger relationships, and discussing how to effectively support the Blessed Families in our movement.Participants include local BFM Coordinators, Matching Supporters, and local Pastors from all five Subregions and every District of America. Participants are especially inspiring each other with their testimonies of BFM activity in their community. The retreat is generating a sense of community and shared heart and experience.We are fortunate to have two staff from the International Blessed Family Department, Katsuyoshi Motoyama and Monika Lajdová, who spent their time listening to participants and answering questions.Crescentia DeGoede, Director of the National BFM and coordinator for the rearer, shared:“It’s been really enjoyable to observe the participants interacting with each other and gaining positive energy through their sharing and listening to one another. I’m excited for all of the new initiatives and new services that will be offered in communities through the nation as a result of the plans that are being made here.”last_img read more

By Mr Victor Rabano FFWPU Philippines Now on its

first_imgBy Mr. Victor Rabano, FFWPU PhilippinesNow on its 4th year, the Annual Leadership Training Camp (LTC) was held at the International Peace Leadership College (IPLC) in the Philippines. It was organized by FFWPU Philippines National Blessed Children Committee (NBCC) from May 18-31, 2019.38 Blessed Children coming from different regions in the Philippines ages 15 years old and above received Divine Principle lectures and experienced 3 days Fundraising. With the theme “Developing the Inner Hero in Me for Vision 2020,” special lectures about Pure Love and Peace Designers Table were given by YSP International President Dr. Robert Kittel and YSP Secretary General for Asia-Pacific, Ronnie Sodusta respectively.Lectures on 2nd Generation  Identity and Public Speaking Training were given to the participants boosting their confidence as Citizens of Cheon Il Guk. The camp inspired the blessed children to share True Parents words and all the things they learned in the camp to their respective regions.last_img read more

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first_imgStephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sp Dana White addresses contender status of Colby Covington, Leon Edwards, Corey Anderson Colby Covington rips ‘diva’ Robbie Lawler for leaving American Top Team over a photo Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future After UFC Retirement King Ryan Longsleeve Shirt There’s something fitting about the fact the UFC returns to Sacramento on Saturday, one day after Georges St-Pierre vacated his welterweight title.It just over seven years ago that St-Pierre went into the home of the Sacramento Kings and defeated Matt Hughes to win his first welterweight title. From the moment the doors opened for UFC 65 at what was then Arco Arena (now Sleep Train Arena), the sense that a change of the guard was about to go down hung in the air.St-Pierre steamrolled Hughes for the title that night. And sure GSP had a momentary stumble against Matt Serra in his next fight. But in winning the belt back from Serra and holding it for five years and eight months (six years, one month over two combined reigns), the second-longest title reign in UFC history behind Anderson Silva’s middleweight title reign of six years and nine months, St-Pierre set a standard which very few fighters will ever be able to match.It’s not just a matter of total days holding the belt. Silva held the title longer, but St-Pierre was a part of more of the biggest events in UFC history than his counterpart, and that’s no coincidence: Headlining the first UFC card in Canada at UFC 83; co-main eventing UFC 100; headlining the record-breaking UFC 129 at Toronto’s Rogers Centre in front of more than 55,000 fans, and headlining the UFC’s 20th anniversary show.A few thoughts in the immediate aftermath of St-Pierre’s decision to relinquish the gold:*I know I’m about the millionth person to say this, but, if St-Pierre chooses to never fight again, that’s his right. He’s already given more to the sport of mixed martial arts than it will ever give back to him. He’s set a legacy of class and professionalism to which others should aspire.*Likewise, let’s not kid ourselves: If GSP does return, we’ve got ourselves an instant contender for biggest mixed martial arts event of all-time. The biggest PPV draw and one of the most beloved fighters ever coming back to see if he still has what it takes? It’s like a license to print money.*I’m fine with Hendricks vs. Robbie Lawler for the interim title. I don’t think anyone reasonable is going to dispute Hendricks deserves the slot. As for Lawler getting the second spot instead of Carlos Condit? When push comes to shove, Condit has lost two of his past three fights (to Hendricks and GSP), and Lawler has won three straight, including beating the stuffing out of The Anointed Next One, Rory MacDonald. And besides, wouldn’t Lawler winning the gold be one of the greatest redemption stories this sport has ever told?*Featherweight champion Jose Aldo Jr. now takes the mantle as the longest-reigning champion. If you trace it back to winning the WEC title from Mike Brown in Nov. 2009 (And I do: Zuffa owned the WEC, the WEC featherweight and bantamweight titles were the premiere championships in their weight classes at the time, and Aldo and Dominick Cruz seamlessly transferred over), then he’s been the best at 145 pounds for four years, one month.*I have to admit I got a bit of a chuckle out of the “How will the UFC survive without GSP?” chatter. Back in 2005, everyone was wringing their hands wondering what would happen when the inevitable day came that Chuck Liddell,Tito Ortiz, Randy Couture, and Hughes finished their careers. At the time, Jon Jones hadn’t even begun to consider MMA as a career option. It took several years to build GSP as a draw. Hell, even Silva was part of double-title- fight cards as late as 2010. While it’s true no one is immediately going to fill his shoes, let’s not act like St-Pierre’s maybe-retirement is going to make the UFC crumble.Which brings us back to the night this all started in earnest. UFC 65 was the first of many memorable Zuffa events in California’s capitol. A string of stellar fights, from Miguel Torres vs. Yoshiro Maeda to Aldo vs. Urijah Faber to the legendary Chan Sung Jung-Leonard Garcia showdown have gone down in the old barn. With loaded lineup (even with several fight fallouts), UFC on FOX 9 could very well add to that list.Saturday marks Day 1 of the GSP-in-hiatus era. We’re worse off for it, but the machine marches on.With that, on to the latest edition of Fightweets, most of which was compiled before the big GSP announcement.Fight of the Year@RuckerYeah: Bigfoot and Hunto, Fight of the Year? That was nutsI agree, RY. Bigfoot Silva vs. Mark Hunt was nuts. I just so happened to write a column about the plethora of candidates for 2013 Fight of the Year. So you can read it here, or I can give you the Cliff’s Notes version (do kids still use Cliff’s Notes these days?): I narrowed it down to Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson, Bigfoot-Hunt, and Gilbert Melendez vs. Diego Sanchez. Melendez-Sanchez gets third place on the strength of round three of that fight being round of the year. Beyond that, it’s hard to place a three-round fight over five-round battles. Silva vs. Hunt gets huge points for the sheer display of heart and simply because the fact it was so unexpected made it a pure joy. But Jones vs. Gusty gets my FOTY nod because of the stakes involved, and because Jones, the sport’s best pound-for-pound fighter proved once and for all his courage under fire.(And yes, I know there’s still a couple big fight cards left before we declare FOTY closed. If something happens that’s better than Jones-Gustafsson or Bigfoot-Hunt, I mean, wow).One thing I didn’t get into in the Yahoo piece was the wide variety this bumper crop of Fights of the Year candidates provided us. There was something for every taste. Are you a softie for nostalgia? I mean, if you didn’t enjoy watching Wanderlei Silva turn back the clock in his former “home” arena in Saitama and go toe-to-toe with Brian Stann, you probably don’t have a pulse. Like sudden plot twists? Michelle Waterson’s fourth-round submission of Jessica Penne to win the atomweight title at Invicta 5 was something to behold. Like watching all the martial arts get mixed? That was Condit vs. Hendricks. Like an out-of-nowhere undercard fight stealing the show? Step up, Dennis Bermudez and Matt Grice. For everything crazy that goes on outside the arenas in this sport, it’s undeniable 2013 had something for everyone in the cage.One more note on Silva vs. Hunt: Is “Bigfoot” not one of the most underappreciated fighters of our time? This guy’s given us some memorable moments over the years. His beatdown of Fedor Emelianenko was a pivotal moment in history of the business — do you think Strikeforce would have been so quick to sell if Fedor didn’t get drummed out of the first round of the Grand Prix and send it into chaos? His knockout of Alistair Overeem will be replayed for years to come. Now he’s one half of an all-time classic fight. Bigfoot taken the time to learn and speak English, and every time I’ve been able to observe, he’s been good to fans who approach him.I’m not sure why “Bigfoot” isn’t more popular than he is. Maybe people just don’t enjoy rooting for Goliath. Maybe the losses to Cain Velasquez don’t help, but can you really blame anyone for losing to Cain? Either way, Silva should get more love than he seems to receive.TUF 20/Women’s strawweights@thelowlyingmist: who would u have as coach 4 TUF 20? My pick would b mendes vs Swanson winner getting title shotGood question. It all comes down to timing. While the pieces are falling into place for the UFC’s spring 2014 plans, there’s still some time left before summer permutations come together. Let me pull one out of thin air for the fun of it: Maybe Anthony Pettis and Jose Aldo? Pettis is going to be sidelined for awhile anyway. Aldo, while a respectable PPV draw and a good one with the right opponent, still could use a nudge to finally become a top-tier draw. With that right exposure, that fight could be huge.And as an aside, if the lead coaches are men as White strongly hinted, I hope women are brought in as assistants. The likes of known names like Liz Carmouche or Julie Kedzie could only add to the show’s appeal.@auggie85: Was Esparzas ‘call out’ of Torres at Invicta 7 pointless for the org. They knew contracts were going to UFCI don’t know about that, man. The deal wasn’t finalized at the time and Shannon Knapp’s got a pretty solid poker face (I mean, she was able to sell that “250,000 streams” thing with a straight face after their first show). She’s not likely to go telling her fighters a deal with the UFC is coming and getting their hopes up before it was completed. And, this is assuming Knapp told Carla Esparza to go into the cage and call out Tecia Torres. With the deal not yet finalized, why should she close the door on a potential hot fight?@leaffan73: any reason they went to strawweight and not flyweight?Deeper division. Look at the names involved in TUF and compare that to a flyweight women’s Top 10. How many quality women’s 125ers can you name off the top of your head, without Googling it? From Esparza to Torres to Joanne Calderwood to Claudia Gadleha to Bec Hyatt and on down the line, strawweight has talent to match bantamweight. And after a season of TUF, it should also have the name recognition.Lauzon’s last call?@thecanEHdiankid: is Lauzon turning into the gatekeeper of the lightweight division. the same career path as Koscheck minus the title shot.You know, part of me is sort of secretly rooting for Joe Lauzon in his fight Saturday night, no offense to Mac Danzig. Partially it’s because Lauzon’s a Boston homeboy. But mainly its because when he fought Michael Johnson in August, Lauzon suddenly appeared to be that fighter who had been through one too many wars and had it suddenly catch up to him. I’m hoping that’s not the case, because Lauzon is indisputably one of the good guys in this business. I think it’s been well-established for awhile that Lauzon is a guy who puts on exciting fights but isn’t likely to win a title, similar to fellow lightweight Sam Stout. Saturday should give us an idea whether that tag still applies.Mouthy Irishmen@daviddyurko: Did the UFC hit the jackpot with Conor McGregor? Great fighter and great on the mic is hard to come by nowadaysThey’ll hit the jackpot if he can back it up against names that matter. The one thing the lower weight classes have been missing is a trash talker who gets half the people to tune in to cheer him on and the other half to pay to see him get his ass kicked. McGregor could be that guy, If he follows through. If he stumbles? Different story. At this point, McGregor has done so much trash talk that if he comes out and, say, loses three fights in a row and then vanishes, he’ll forever become the fighter pointed to as the No. 1 example of a guy who couldn’t back up his trash talk. But if McGregor becomes a contender and a headliner? Jackpot.Got a question for a future Fightweets? Go to my twitter page and send me a tweet. Which is More Dangerous – MMA or Football? Latest From MMA Warehouse ABC passes rule alteration to definition of grounded fighter More From Nightmare Matchup for UFC’s Biggest Stars Standard BJJ Gi Top Contenders for Fight of the Year Latest From Our Partners ProMax 440 BJJ GI Good Night Teecenter_img Morning Report: Jorge Masvidal praises Conor McGregor: ‘The dude is a f*cking G, bro’ Apparel Timeline of Israel Adesanya’s Rapid Rise to UFC Contender Lockdown duffle bag Gloves Gordon Ryan Competition Kit Standard Ranked Rashguard MMA Fighting Sale Greatest Highlights of Anderson Silva’s Career More: Video: Aalon Cruz scores ridiculous jumping knee KO on Contender Series Accessories Should Frankie Edgar finally fight at bantamweight? Coach Ricardo Almeida weighs inlast_img read more

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first_img More: Latest From Our Partners Latest From MMA Warehouse Greatest Highlights of Anderson Silva’s Career Sale Nightmare Matchup for UFC’s Biggest Stars There’s UFC Heavyweights, And Then There’s Shaq More From Midnight Mania! Trump Family In The ‘Chaos’ Corner? Standard BJJ Gi Bizzy Was Sneaking Needles Into The Toilet For GSP Fight ProMax 440 BJJ GI Good Night Tee Timeline of Israel Adesanya’s Rapid Rise to UFC Contender Top Contenders for Fight of the Year Lockdown duffle bag Apparel Gordon Ryan Competition Kit Lights. Out. Gloves Standard Ranked Rashguard It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas PRIDE FC.As head cheese for RIZIN FF, Nobuyuki Sakakibara isn’t opposed to rekindling old relationships to further improve his ever-growing roster of mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters (like this one).He did just that by signing his former PRIDE employee Kazuyuki Fujita to compete for his new Japan-based promotion.From the official press release:RIZIN FF, the combat sports promotion led by former PRIDE FC head Nobuyuki Sakakibara, announced during a press conference today, the return of all-time fan favorite Kazuyuki “Ol’ Ironhead” Fujita (15-10), who will take on recent RIZIN FF Grand Prix tournament runner-up and dangerous knockout artist Jiri “Denisa” Prochazka (16-3-1), in a heavyweight Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) contest at the 10,000 capacity Nippon Gaishi Hall in Nagoya, Japan on Sunday, April 17.The 45-year old legend hasn’t competed in over two years after coming up short against Satoshi Ishii in 2013, his fourth straight defeat.Throughout his 13-year career, “Ironhead” has taken on some of the best the sport has to offer, including memorable bouts against Fedor Emelianenko, Mirko Filipovic and Wanderlei Silva.Though he’s seen better days, the bruising heavyweight looks to make another mark in the Japanese MMA world when he dusts off his gloves to take part in some fisticuffs next month. And who knows, we may get the chance to see Fedor vs. Fujita part deux. MMAmania.com Which is More Dangerous – MMA or Football? Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future After UFC Retirement Amanda Nunes’ Biggest Threat? Accessories King Ryan Longsleeve Shirt Fight Motion! Watch Holloway, Cyborg Do Work Via Ghost Camlast_img read more

Dukakis Says Bush a Foe Was a Wise and Thoughtful Man

first_img George H.W. Bush and Mike Dukakis at their second debate in 1988. AP Photo/Lennox McLendonDespite their many differences, and the lingering memory of a vicious 1988 campaign, Mike Dukakis is offering praise for George H.W. Bush following the ex-president’s death at 94 on Friday.“When it came to the international side of things, he was a very wise and thoughtful man,” the former Massachusetts Governor and presidential candidate tells the Associated Press.It’s not like they were buddies, though, he stresses, as he and Bush butted heads on policy issues and as he still remembers his rival’s now-infamous Willie Horton attack ads that contributed to Dukakis’ loss.Still, Dukakis gave the nod to Bush’s record overseas, saying he believes Bush’s greatest accomplishment “was negotiating the end of the Cold War” and cautioning Americans against forgetting that legacy and “heading into another stupid Cold War.”Dukakis was not the only local figure to offer remembrances to Bush, who was born in Milton, Massachusetts and has strong ties to New England.“President George H. W. Bush was a devoted public servant who served our country for decades in vast capacities and our hearts break to learn of his passing,” Gov. Charlie Baker said in a statement. “We will not only remember his incredible legacy as a war hero and our 41st President, but celebrate his humble, kind and ambitious spirit that will be sorely missed.”President George H. W. Bush was a devoted public servant … we will not only remember his incredible legacy as a war hero and our 41st President, but celebrate his humble, kind and ambitious spirit that will be sorely missed.Full Statement: https://t.co/Ujpklx6uHY pic.twitter.com/GZYSJdK6PA— Charlie Baker (@MassGovernor) December 1, 2018“As servicemember, legislator, diplomat, and executive, President Bush answered the call of duty every day of his life, and the nation will forever be grateful for his service, patriotism, and integrity,” U.S. Sen. Ed Markey said, also in a statement.President Bush loved his country and his family and was fiercely dedicated to both. He answered the call of duty every day of his life. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. pic.twitter.com/w4Q8SoyHJG— Ed Markey (@SenMarkey) December 1, 2018 Print 12/3/2018, 10:17 a.m. 31032 Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! Sign up for Boston Daily. News. Commentary. Every day.* By Spencer Buell· Politics Dukakis Says Bush, a Foe, Was a “Wise and Thoughtful Man” As remembrances pour in, the former Massachusetts governor says ending the Cold War was Bush’s greatest accomplishment. For years I’ve kept a photo in my office of me as a young Marine with @GeorgeHWBush because, for whatever political differences we have, he was an American hero more than once in his life, and his patriotism should inspire Americans for generations. pic.twitter.com/mMeQ1jbX0A— Seth Moulton (@sethmoulton) December 1, 2018A national day of mourning is planned for Wednesday, December 5, during which most federal offices will be closed and the White House ordered government flags be flown at half-staff. The New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ will also close.last_img read more

British Open 2019 TV schedule How to watch the Open

first_imgThe Open Championship — the last major championship of the year — will tee off in the wee hours of Thursday morning, with plenty to look forward to. Rory McIlroy’s triumphant return to Royal Portrush is the dominant story, with fans eager to learn whether he can meet the lofty expectations heaped on him. He gets his week started at 5:09 a.m. ET, for all you early risers.Whether you’re tuning in for Rory, to hold off hope for another Tiger title or simply to see the scenes of Portrush, you’d better carve out a plan to get some sleep. With the local time five hours ahead of eastern time, dedicated golf fans will have to forge a new sleep schedule in the interim.Tiger Woods speaks to the media during his press conference at the Open Championship.ColumnsThe Open 2019: Is golf’s jam-packed schedule pushing players too hard?last_img read more