Multiple boats damaged after fire at Deerfield beach boat storage business

first_imgDEERFIELD BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Several boats have been left charred at a boat storage facility after a fire broke out Thursday morning.Dozens of firefighters battled the blaze on North Federal Highway in Deerfield Beach.Crews said a forklift battery may have sparked the flames.No injuries were reported.The Florida State Fire Marshal will be investigating the blaze.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Kumaraswamy told to face floor test today by 6 pm

first_imgBengaluru, July 23: Amid late Monday night drama in the Karnataka Assembly, Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar directed Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy to face floor test on Tuesday by 6 pm to prove majority in the House. “I am adjourning the House nearly at midnight to meet again on Tuesday at 10 am for concluding the debate on the confidence motion by 4 pm and holding the floor test by 6 pm,” Kumar told the members and left the Assembly premises in a huff. Also Read – Ratul Puri’s ED custody extended by 4 more days Advertise With Us The opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members, who waited since morning for the crucial floor test, protested against the Speaker for adjourning the session without the floor test, he promised them on Friday and throughout the day. “The Speaker has betrayed us again by adjourning the House without the floor test for the fourth time since July 18 after assuring us that he would not defer it beyond Monday,” a weary and grim-faced BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa told reporters outside the Assembly. Also Read – Inter-departmental coordination can help win fight against malnutrition: UP CM Yogi Adityanath Advertise With Us A miffed Speaker asked Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Siddaramaiah how much more time the ruling allies would need to conclude the debate on the motion for the floor test. When the former Chief Minister said the ruling allies would complete the debate by 6 pm for the floor test by 8 pm on Tuesday, but the Speaker advanced the trust vote by 6 pm and to end the debate by 4 pm. Advertise With Us The Chief Minister moved the confidence motion on July 18 to prove majority after the 14-month fledgling JDS-Congress coalition government was reduced to minority following the resignation of 15 rebel legislators of the ruling combine and withdrawal of support by two Independents in the 225-member Assembly, including one nominated without voting right. Earlier, a tense Kumaraswamy beseeched the Speaker to allow two more days to face the floor test after his reply to the motion. “In view of the fast-changing circumstances since July 19 and a few petitions coming up in the Supreme Court on Tuesday for hearing and ruling on issues concerning our parties and the state, we request you to defer the floor test to Wednesday,” Kumaraswamy told the Speaker. The Chief Minister alleged that a fake letter of his resignation with his forged signature, addressed to state Governor Vajubhai Vala, has been circulating in the social media like WhatsApp, Twitter and Facebook since late evening when he was in the Assembly. “I don’t know who is so desperate for my resignation that a fake letter was prepared with my forged signature and shared in the social media. It also made it to the print and electronic media, which brought it to my office’s notice. This mischief needs to be investigated to find out who all are behind this,” Kumaraswamy told the Speaker in Kannada. Even as the ruling members were on their feet for adjourning the session, Kumaraswamy and Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara left the House quietly, as they left the debate on the motion to the Speaker. Congress state president Dinesh Gundu Rao said the top court has listed for hearing on Tuesday the petitions filed by his party, JD-S, chief minister and two independents on issues pertaining to the coalition government, the trust vote, the July 17 interim order of the three-judge bench, saying the 15 rebel legislators who resigned cannot be compelled to attend the session for the floor test and the Governor’s three messages to the chief minister to prove his majority on July 17 and July 18. With the 15 rebels, including 12 of the Congress and 3 of the JDS deciding not to attend the session and the two Congress legislators (B Nagendra and Srimant Patil) admitted in Bengaluru and Mumbai private hospitals, the strength of the allies in the House was 99 (65 out of 79 of the Congress plus 34 out of 37 of the JDS), including the Speaker (from Congress) in the 225-member Assembly. With the two Independents supporting the BJP, which has 105 legislators, 107 votes will be against the motion in the division of votes vis-a-vis 100 of the ruling combine, including N Mahesh of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). “The voting takes place on the basis of the members present in the House. But, with only 100 members on his side, Kumaraswamy will inevitably face defeat when the motion will be put to vote, as the new halfway mark will be 105 out of 208 (225-17),” BJP spokesman G. Madhusudana told IANS here.last_img read more

Four more BNP MPs take oath

first_img.Four of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party’s six MPs were sworn in on Monday, following the footstep of Zahidur Rahman, the MP of Thakurgaon-3 constituency, who took oath on 25 April.The four are Md Aminul Islam from Chapainawabganj -2 constituency, Md Harunur Rashid from Chapainawabganj -3, Ukil Abdussattar from Brahmanbaria-2 and Md Mosharraf Hossain from Bogra-4.They entered the speaker’s office around 4:45pm.It means BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir is the only one yet to take the oath. BNP won six seats in the 11th parliamentary elections.BNP, which contested the polls with Kamal Hossain-led Jatiya Oikya Front, had been demanding fresh elections rejecting the results of the polls.last_img read more

Big Mural in West Houston Recognizes Harveys First Responders

first_img Share – / 5The Westchase District unveiled Thursday its ‘Harvey Heroes’ mural on the flood control channel that runs along Brays Bayou, in west Houston.Local artist Larry Crawford started working on the mural back in May. It recognizes the work of first responders who saved people from floodwaters during Hurricane Harvey last year.The mural depicts the Bayou City’s skyline and first responders from the Houston Police and Fire departments, as well as the U.S. Coast Guard and the Cajun Navy.With an approximate size of 100 foot wide and 20 foot tall, the mural is the largest in that part of Houston, where there are already other murals.Crawford used a technique that combines spray and hand painting.last_img read more

Waymo Lyft Collaborate on SelfDriving Cars

first_imgSelf-driving car development firm Waymo has inked a deal with ride-hailing service Lyft to bring autonomous vehicle technology to the public.The unexpected partnership promises “pilot projects and product development efforts,” according to The New York Times, which first reported the new tie-up.“We are partnering with Waymo to safely and responsibly launch self-driving vehicle pilots,” a Lyft spokeswoman confirmed in an email to Geek. “Waymo holds today’s self-driving technology, and collaborating with them will accelerate our shared vision of improving lives with the world’s best transportation.”Two years after unveiling its first fully functional self-driving car, Google in December spun off its autonomous vehicle project into a new division.“Waymo stands for a new way forward in mobility,” CEO John Krafcik said at the time. “We’re a self-driving technology company with a mission to make it safe and easy for people and things to move around.”Just not at the hands of an Uber driver.Waymo sued the app-based startup in February, alleging that former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski stole proprietary technology before leaving to found Otto, which Uber later acquired.A judge on Monday rejected Waymo’s request to halt Uber’s self-driving research, but ruled that Levandowski can’t work on any LiDAR-related projects.Despite this very public fight, Waymo remains committed to autonomous tech and believes Lyft is the perfect partner to make that dream a reality.“We’re looking forward to working with Lyft to explore new self-driving products that will make our roads safer and transportation more accessible,” a Waymo spokeswoman said. “Lyft’s vision and commitment to improving the way cities move will help Waymo’s self-driving technology reach more people, in more places.”Each firm comes with its own partnerships: Waymo is working with Fiat Chrysler on a fleet of minivans, while Lyft is working with GM to test autonomous Chevy Bolt vehicles.In 2015, Google completed its first fully self-driving car ride, when one of its prototype vehicles chauffeured Steve Mahan, who is legally blind, through Austin.“The ability to complete a fully self-driven trip on everyday public roads, with no test driver, was a big milestone for our team and the history of this technology,” Krafcik said last year. “It was the signal that we could begin to shift our focus from foundational technical work towards launching our own company so we can offer many more rides, in more places, for more people.”Editor’s Note: This story was updated at 12:50 p.m. Eastern with comments from Waymo and Lyft.last_img read more

Renowned physicist invents microscope that can peer at living brain cells

first_img PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQuality0SpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreen (PhysOrg.com) — Ever since scientists began studying the brain, they’ve wanted to get a better look at what was going on. Researchers have poked and prodded and looked at dead cells under electron microscopes, but never before have they been able to get high resolution microscopic views of actual living brain cells as they function inside of a living animal. Now, thanks to work by physicist Stefan Hell and his colleagues at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, that dream is realized. In a paper published in Science, Hell and his team describe the workings of their marvelous discovery. Play STED time-lapse recording of a single spine at an interval of 10 seconds. The measurement includes 128 z-stacks consisting of 5 slices each. Most of the rapid remodeling of the spine head appears continuous and smooth at this frame rate. No damage is observed at the dendrite or the spine after recording a total of 640 slices. The movie was acquired in a different experiment than the spines in Fig.1. Scale bar = 1µm. Video: DOI:10.1126/science.1215369 The new microscope provides clear resolution down to 70 nanometers, which is four times that ever achieved before and is enough to allow scientists to see the actual movement of dendritic spines, which may help researches understand why they do so.It is likely that researchers will find many varied uses for the new microscope. One prominent area will almost certainly involve looking into what psychiatric drugs are really doing within synapses, perhaps leading to breakthroughs in pharmaceutical drugs that are better able to target specific illnesses.One downside to any new scientific breakthrough however, is the natural tendency of many to move from excitation, to wondering about what will come next. In this case, Hell and his team have already started contemplating ideas on ways to allow researchers to study any cell in the living brain at such high resolution, not just those that lie on the surface. © 2011 PhysOrg.com Citation: Renowned physicist invents microscope that can peer at living brain cells (2012, February 3) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-02-renowned-physicist-microscope-peer-brain.html Explore further Schematic drawing of the upright STED microscope used for the experiments. Image: Science, DOI:10.1126/science.1215369center_img Physicist builds advanced microscope Hell (which in German means “bright”) and others at the Institute have been working for years on ultra high resolution microscopes that go by the name “stimulated emission depletion” or STED microscopes. Now, they’ve taken their work to a whole new level by cutting away a small portion of a mouse’s skull and replacing it with a glass window and then placing their latest STED microscope against the glass to peer inside. To make it easier to see what is what, the team first genetically altered the mouse to make certain brain cells fluorescent. Then, to allow for focusing exclusively on just those cells that are lit up, they added software to the microscope to blot out anything that was not lit up. The result is super high resolution real time imagery of the neurons that exist on the exterior part of a living mouse brain. Journal information: Science More information: Nanoscopy in a Living Mouse Brain, Science 3 February 2012: Vol. 335 no. 6068 p. 551. DOI: 10.1126/science.1215369ABSTRACTWe demonstrated superresolution optical microscopy in a living higher animal. Stimulated emission depletion (STED) fluorescence nanoscopy reveals neurons in the cerebral cortex of a mouse with <70-nanometer resolution. Dendritic spines and their subtle changes can be observed at their relevant scales over extended periods of time. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

Want Right Swipes on Your App Heres How to Make Your App

first_img Enroll Now for Free 7 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. February 27, 2018 Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Looks like users are “swiping right” (saying “yes”) on app usage: Some 70 percent of Americans are adding a new app each month, increasing the number of apps per user to 80 or more, according to app-market insights firm App Annie.Related: 6 Time-Tested Tips for Designing a Killer App for Your BrandAccording to TechCrunch, the nearly $86 billion app industry is on the track for record growth in several key countries, including heavily populated China, India and the United States.In other words, apps are smoking hot. But, like Tinder photos, they’re definitely not all created equal. And entrepreneurs and small businesses that understand what consumers want and need can better position themselves to create an app that isn’t a one-day wonder. Below are several ways to do that.First, the show-stealing app traits you should imitateWhat characteristics do the strongest apps share? At their core, they dip into people’s unfettered desire to consume. Whether it’s food or information (especially in list form), humans crave not just the news, but also the “new.” With the world in their pockets, they’ve developed a 24/7 need for fresh tweets, posts, comments, stories, photographs, videos and jokes. Forget about this morning’s headliner recipe; only hours later, cooks are demanding a new and different culinary concoction altogether.Popular mobile apps like Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter are all leaders at tapping into this demand for instantaneous connections and ideas. Still, people also have their limits: If a piece is TL;DR (“too long; didn’t read”), it’s dead on arrival. Even oiginality isn’t enough. Apps have to have functionality that matches user demand.So, how can you create an app that people go to on their own volition, as opposed to merely a place where they arrive after clicking a link?Axios, the political and business news website, is an example: Its philosophy, as relayed to the Wall Street Journal is to give readers the gist of a story and even note the word count of those quick-hit summaries.”This kind of concise, snappy content is both digestible and satisfactory,” Axios co-founder and president Roy Schwartz told the WSJ. “The truth is that about 80 percent of readers don’t even make it past the first few hundred words of a news story, let alone a native ad.”Tinder is another great example. It also promotes both new and continued users (while also having figured out a solid pricing model). By allowing new users to easily set up their profiles via a link to their Facebook page, Tinder has boosted its attractiveness to those users. This means that when you set up a Tinder profile you can connect it to your Facebook for example and it will pull in information about your work, your photo, etc. Plus, it taps into people’s baser instincts — the tendency to judge and segment others — to keep people coming back.Creating an app for today’s app-infused worldOf course, all this time people spend on devices inevitably leads to a discussion about addiction and device-maker culpability. Even Sean Parker, the founding president of Facebook, has called himself a “conscientious objector” of the app industry.Yet understanding and learning about how people work — both the mental and physical aspects — is how entrepreneurs and small businesses develop products that people want.In fact, app software should tap into users’ feelings of satisfaction as they browse vital information. Without this core quality, no degree of inventiveness by companies will prompt the level of consumer use and loyalty that app makers seek.Related: How You Can Win Big From the Changes to Apple’s App StoreTo make your app one of the hottest of 2018, then, consider these three tips:1. Don’t “bury the lead.” Years ago, journalists could bury leads — an industry catchphrase meaning taking too long to get to the point. But that strategy no longer works. Whatever you’re delivering to your audience must be kept front and center.Keeping feeds updated with new information is now a requirement for software, because people want to see the most current information quickly and then see a site update and deliver new data. This tactic is similar to the “cult of immediacy” tactic, a sales technique in which salespeople give a prospect exactly the data he or she needs — no more, no less — at exactly the point it’s needed.According to a report by comScore, apps constituted 87 percent of users’ mobile minute usage in 2017. While that number sounds like a lot, it translates to an average of only 73.8 hours a month — or fewer than two and a half hours per day, according to App Annie’s report. With so little daily time spent on apps and so many apps to choose among, users need to see what they’re looking for before they’ll include your app in that narrow window.2. Make your dialogue with users succinct. As Axios seems to indicate, people don’t necessarily want more than a snippet of information. In fact, if you give them a mouthful, they might spit it out. So, be straightforward, and include details that add just enough context to whatever you’re delivering to your consumers. Then give them the chance to continue to learn or to move on to the next offering.TheSkimm, an informal newsletter that disseminates the day’s headlines for on-the-go readers, is a great example of the kind of punchy, poignant material that consumers are into. Recently, the company announced that it’s also launching a podcast. TheSkimm’s co-founders, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, describe the podcast as a no-b.s. look at “real stories from women who are leaders in their fields.” Like TheSkimm, you too should make your language simple and succinct.3. Practice the art of the K.I.S.S. (Keep the interface simple, stupid). Users don’t want to engage with design features they don’t need, so go easy on the navigation and task bars. Of course, eliminating these features may make designing an app more challenging. But your users will thank you for not overwhelming them with needless activities, because the more difficult you make your interface, the less likely it is to attract users.At each point in your design process, then, ask yourself if you’re trying to cram an elephant into a mouse-sized box. If the answer is yes, you have some old-fashioned whittling to do. Otherwise, you’ll be unlikely to make that much-needed conversion from ephemeral user to devoted fan.Related: 4 Questions to Help You Price Your App in a ‘Freemium’ WorldSo, whether your app’s been on the market for months or it’s still on the drawing board, you can and should evaluate its effectiveness by thinking about how to get information into the foreground, prioritize conciseness and keep the design simple.In these ways, you’ll position your app to lead the crowded software pack as 2018 unfolds. And you’ll be more likely to prompt users to swipe right.last_img read more

The CIA paid ATT for phone records

first_imgWASHINGTON, D.C. – The CIA pays AT&T more than $10 million a year to provide phone records with possible links to suspected terrorists, the New York Times reported Thursday, citing government officials.The arrangement is voluntary and there is no court order requiring the company to cooperate with the Central Intelligence Agency, officials told the Times.The program differs from controversial data collection by the National Security Agency, which receives phone records or other “meta-data” from telecommunications companies through court orders.The CIA passes on phone numbers of suspected militants abroad and AT&T then sifts through its database for records of phone calls that can identify foreigners with terror links, the newspaper reported.Most of the logs handed over by AT&T are related to foreign-to-foreign calls, the report said.For international calls that include one end in the United States, the company does not reveal the identity of U.S. citizens and hides several digits of their phone numbers, which allows the CIA to comply with a ban on domestic U.S. spying, it said.The Central Intelligence Agency could choose to refer a hidden number to the FBI, which could then issue a subpoena demanding AT&T divulge the information, according to the report.An AT&T spokesman did not confirm or deny the program but said the firm acted in accordance with laws in the United States and in foreign countries.“In all cases, whenever any governmental entity anywhere seeks information from us, we ensure that the request and our response are completely lawful and proper,” spokesman Mark Siegel told AFP.But he added: “We do not comment on questions concerning national security.”Without verifying the existence of the program, the CIA said its intelligence gathering does not violate the privacy of U.S. citizens.“The CIA protects the nation and upholds the privacy rights of Americans by ensuring that its intelligence collection activities are focused on acquiring foreign intelligence and counterintelligence in accordance with U.S. laws,” said spokesman Todd Ebitz.The CIA is usually associated with gathering intelligence through spies in the field while the NSA focuses on eavesdropping abroad and code-breaking.But an unnamed intelligence official told the Times that the CIA sometimes needs to check phone records in “time-sensitive situations” and be able to act with speed and agility.The report offered the first indication that the CIA had a role in electronic data collection as leaks from a former intelligence contractor, Edward Snowden, have sparked a global firestorm around the NSA’s digital spying.U.S. Internet communications firms have voiced complaints that they are legally required to cooperate with the NSA’s “data mining.”Industry advocates have expressed concerns that NSA spying revelations could turn consumers in the U.S. and abroad against U.S. technology companies. Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more

Liberty Reserve founder Arthur Budovsky pleads not guilty in New York

first_imgRead all of our stories on the Liberty Reserve case here.NEW YORK – A man accused of founding an online underworld bank that allegedly laundered $6 billion for criminals, including child pornographers and drug traffickers, pleaded not guilty in New York on Tuesday.Arthur Budovsky, 40, who renounced his U.S. citizenship and acquired Costa Rica nationality in an apparent bid to avoid prosecution, faces a maximum of 30 years in prison if found guilty by a U.S. district court in Manhattan.U.S. prosecutors say he was the “principal founder” of Liberty Reserve, which operated an alternative digital currency that helped cyber criminals around the world distribute, store and launder the proceeds of illegal activity.Budovsky is charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering, conspiracy to operate an unlicensed money transferring business and operation of an unlicensed money transmitting business.In his first U.S. court appearance he pleaded not guilty before district Judge Denise Cote on Tuesday in a 20-minute hearing, four days after he was extradited from Spain.Budovsky, who was arrested in Madrid in May 2013, wore an orange T-shirt and navy overalls, and looked glum, speaking only briefly in response to the judge’s questions.Cote set a trial date for September 21, 2015. U.S. attorney Andrew Goldstein estimated that the trial would last four weeks.Budovksy’s lawyer Steven Frankel made no application for bail.U.S. prosecutors say the Costa Rica-based Liberty Reserve laundered more than $6 billion for criminals between 2006 and 2013.On September 23, Maxim Chukharev, Liberty’s head of technology, pleaded guilty in New York federal court to conspiracy to operate an illegal unlicensed money transmitting business.Budovsky and Chukharev are among seven charged in May 2013 when federal authorities announced they had shut down what was described as one of the world’s biggest money laundering schemes.Five of them are in custody and two remain at large in Costa Rica.The digital exchange mechanism, which allowed depositors to mask their identities, was similar to Bitcoin and other digital currencies.Before being shut down, Liberty Reserve had more than a million users worldwide, including more than 200,000 in the United States.Indictments accuse Budovsky and his partners of creating a firm that masqueraded as a convenient and legitimate money transfer system.Prosecutors say the digital currency laundered the proceeds of credit card fraud, identity theft, investment fraud, computer hacking, child pornography and narcotics trafficking.The investigation and takedown of the company involved police in 17 countries, including Britain, China, Russia, Morocco and Switzerland, and is believed to be the largest money laundering prosecution in history.Budovsky was arrested in 2013 at a Madrid airport during a stopover on a flight from Morocco to Costa Rica.He fought extradition, arguing he deserves the right to return to Costa Rica, where he obtained citizenship by marrying a snack vendor. Facebook Comments Related posts:Liberty Reserve founder Arthur Budovsky pleads guilty to money laundering charges Liberty Reserve founder gets 20 years in prison for money laundering Liberty Reserve’s Maxim Chukharev pleads guilty to operating an unlicensed money transmitting business Wife of Liberty Reserve founder to seek husband’s Costa Rica assetslast_img read more

Czechs to rely more on nuclear energy

first_img The difference between men and women when it comes to pain U.S.-based Westinghouse Electric Co. and a consortium led by Russia’s Atomstroyexport are already bidding for the Temelin project.Some countries have shelved nuclear plans following last year’s disaster at Japan’s Fukushima plant. Austria has said it will use all means to try to stop the construction at Temelin.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project PRAGUE (AP) – Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas says his government is finalizing a plan to dramatically increase the country’s nuclear power production.Under the plan, at least two more reactors would be built at the Temelin nuclear plant and another at the Dukovany plant, both located near the border with Austria.The Czech Republic’s current six nuclear reactors produce a third of its electricity. Necas said Thursday the government wants that output to increase to at least 50 percent. Top Stories center_img 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches Comments   Share   Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Sponsored Stories Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Daylast_img read more

Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort recognized with 3 wins

first_imgSheraton Bali Kuta Resort recognized with 3 winsSheraton Bali Kuta Resort recognized with 3 winsSheraton Bali Kuta Resort is pleased to announce that it has been named the Country Winner for Best Luxury Rooftop Hotel at the 2017 World Luxury Hotel Awards the 4thconsecutive year and also bagged 2 Regional awards : Luxury Ocean View Resort and Luxury Family Resort.Established in 2006, World Luxury Hotel is the pinnacle of achievement in the luxury hotel industry offering international recognition as voted by guests, travelers and industry players alike in over 60 categories. Winners are purely judged on service delivery and effective management voted for by international tour operators, travel agents and hotel guests who get the opportunity to cast their votes annually, making the process fair and unbiased. It will not only inspire the confidence of guests, the respect of industry players and retain a loyal clientele in these highly competitive times, but will also stimulate continuous growth and development of the hotel.“As Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort turns 5 in December, it is with great honour to receive not one but three awards. I would like to dedicate this award to the dream team – it’s for the people who do all the hard work behind the scenes that has gone above and beyond in ensuring every guest’s stay is better than expected” added Dario Orsini, General Manager of Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort whose motto is ‘United we stand, Divided we fall.’The resort is located right next to Beachwalk – a luxurious shopping destination, presenting over 200 retail outlets in an open-air style and designed architecture inspired by the design of Bali’s rice paddy field. The resort is also centrally located at the heart of Pantai Kuta and just five kilometers away from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS).Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort offers 203 exclusive retreats, each fitted with the Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience and a spacious private balcony with uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean or the resort’s signature social courtyard. The resort also houses a signature two-story oceanic view Presidential Suite with contemporary approach of Balinese interior and a private sundeck lounge. For your dining pleasure, there are 3 venues to choose from : the all-day dining Feast® with its vibrant open-kitchen, located alongside Beachwalk’s patio overlooking the Kuta Beach, Bene – a light-hearted Italian Trattoria, where guests can also relish in authentic Italian meals and The Lounge, offering a locally inspired cocktail menu, with open-air setting and stunning Indian Ocean scenery.Capitalizing on its prime location, Sheraton Bali Kuta also showcases an alluring Infinity Pool with breathtaking ocean views. The free-form pool with marine blue tiles beckons for an invigorating swim or refreshing dip while sipping on a refreshing cocktail. To keep travelers energized 24/7, visit the fully equipped Sheraton Fitness. Rejuvenate with signature treatments at Shine Spa for Sheraton and to keep the little ones entertained, visit Play@Sheraton Kids Club to learn about their edu-tainment program designed for children up to 12 years old.For more information and to book a reservation at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, please visit www.sheratonbalikuta.com for more details or call (62) (361) 846 5555. Source = Sheraton Bali Kuta Resortlast_img read more

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what might have been: The "jaguar jungle" is also home to a children’s play areaIn a news conference Saturday zoo officials insisted the facility was safe for the general public even though they wouldn’t say how the apex predator managed to escape and either kill or injure every alpaca on zoo propertyThe New Orleans Advocate later reported that the roof over the jaguar enclosure had been compromisedIn addition to the slain animals three other injured animals were being cared forThe jaguar a 3-year-old named Valerio did not appear to be eating the animals it went after but rather was engaged in a territorial display said Kyle Burks the zoo’s vice president and managing director The animals it pounced on were unable to escape their own enclosuresThe zoo was closed Saturday as officials tried to discover how the feline escaped Grief counselors were also brought in for traumatized staff The zoo planned to reopen Sunday at 10 amBut the incident was certain to raise questions about the dangers of caging apex predators that have evolved to hunt and kill and will quickly pounce on prey animals – or humans – if safeguards break downIn spring 2017 a British zookeeper was mauled after being trapped in the Hamerton Park Zoo’s tiger enclosure with at least one of the big catsHorrified witnesses said they could see zookeepers sprinting to the edge of the tiger enclosure throwing pieces of meat as an unsuccessful distractionIn 2016 38-year-old zookeeper Stacey Konwiser was killed by a tiger while preparing the "night house" at the Palm Beach Zoo The house is where the animals are cleaned and fed then boarded overnightAlso that year at Beijing Safari World a woman was injured and her mother killed after the younger woman got out of their car and was dragged off by a tigerSuch breakdowns experts have told The Post don’t merely happen at shoddy zoos with slapdash animal-care practices "These accidents happen you know on some kind of a recurring basis around the world" said Doug Cress chief executive of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums "And it’s because you’re dealing with animals that at their genetic core are built differently than we might like them to be They are designed to be wild animals"Joel Hamilton the Audubon Zoo’s vice president and general curator echoed that sentiment when asked whether there was something particularly aggressive about Valerio"He’s a young male jaguar" Hamilton said "He was doing what jaguars do Certainly his behavior wasn’t out of the ordinary for that kind of an animal"Jaguars are opportunistic hunters that prey on more than 85 species according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature Their habitat ranges from the jungles of Central and South America where they are considered "near threatened" by IUCN to the southern regions of Arizona and New Mexico where they are listed as an endangered species by the US Fish and Wildlife Service Lions and tigers are the only big cats that are bigger than jaguars making the felines the biggest in the AmericasThe Audubon Zoo which originated from a bird habitat built in 1916 is a "58-acre jewel ranking among the nation’s best zoos" according to the Audubon Nature Institute which oversees the zoo and other properties It is situated in Uptown New Orleans between Audubon Park and the Mississippi RiverRon Forman the president and chief executive of the zoo said Saturday’s series of attacks was the worst in the zoo’s history but told the public the Audubon Zoo was still safe"The zoo it’s been here for 100 years" Forman said In that time period we’ve had over 100 million visitors to the zoo We’ve never had an incident like that before So I think statistically there’s nothing to worry about the safety of coming to the zoo "But the Advocate said it found five other instances in the zoo’s history when an animal escaped including another jaguar that got looseIn 1992 an African warthog broke a hole in its fence and made it to a back road before it was sedated according to the paper Two years later a 17-year-old lion escaped from her pen when a keeper opened an enclosure She was tranquilized in an equipment roomIn 2009 a male orangutan used a T-shirt to scale a 10-foot wall and swing out of the habitat although the critically endangered primate returned when a zookeeper yelled at him Another primate escaped in March 2013 but was tranquilized half an hour after getting outAnd in December 2001 according to the newspaper a 9-month-old jaguar broke through the wire that lined the front of the jaguar exhibit The juvenile cat was free for 10 minutes before being sedatedThis article was written by Cleve Wootson a reporter for The Washington PostAuthorities say it happened around 4 pm on Wednesday Sept 13 on Highway 72 in Beltrami County close to Blackduck Minn50-year-old Kathleen Fasciana was making a right turn off the highway when she was rear-ended by 54-year-old Thomas Hennen of Maple GroveHennen’s car then hit the ditch and rolledBoth 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Rt. the state capital, “We will also pay their leave bonus. aimed at de-escalation through normalization of the humanitarian situation, Thank you all!” the president said on TwitterThe president may have had little choice but to abandon his desire to have leaders of the country’s largest businesses offer him counsel 3M CEO Inge Thulin’s resignation from the president’s manufacturing council Wednesday morning came after five other business and union leaders quit the panel and just before the CEOs of Campbell Soup and United Technologies did the same The strategy and policy forum had self-dissolved according to reports before the president decided to end itThe CEOs’ moves came after Trump’s comments on a white supremacist-led demonstration in Charlottesville Va Heather Heyer a 32-year-old was killed when a Ohio man who reportedly joined largely white men chanting “Jews will not replace us” and “ blood and soil” drove his car into counter-protests Many others were also injured when James Alex Fields allegedly mowed through the crowd Fields has been charged with murder and may see other chargesUnderscoring business leaders’ statements was a similar message: Trump’s refusal to unequivocally condemn white supremacists and everything for which they stand is unacceptable“I joined the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative in January to advocate for policies that align with our values and encourage even stronger investment and job growth — in order to make the United States stronger healthier and more prosperous for all people After careful consideration I believe the initiative is no longer an effective vehicle for 3M to advance these goals As a result today I am resigning from the Manufacturing Advisory Council” Thulin said in a statement Up until Wednesday morning Thulin had been silent on the issueTrump on Tuesday praised and condemned those on “both sides” of the violence winning praise from KKK supporters and other white supremacists“You had some very bad people in that group but you also had people that were very fine people on both sides” Trump said Tuesday in a press conferenceREACTION SPREADSBut officials and business leaders have said there is nothing fine about those who admire Nazis and the KKK Republican and Democratic leaders in a variety of ways said Trump was wrong in his outlook and were far more adamant in their condemnation than the president has been “Hatred and bigotry associated with the white supremacists neo-Nazis and the KKK has no place in our society The tragedy in Charlottesville is another example of the struggles our country faces to unite and confront hate” Democratic US Rep Collin Peterson who does not often send out statements said Monday afternoonAfter Trump’s Tuesday statements Republican US Rep Erik Paulsen added his voice to those countering the president“This is cut-and-dry: White supremacists & neo-Nazis have no place in our society & that should be made unequivocally clear on all levels” Paulsen a Republican from Minnesota’s suburban 3rd Congressional District said on Twitter Tuesday eveningFormer US Sen Norm Coleman a Republican who represented Minnesota and is the former mayor of St Paul co-released a statement from the Republican Jewish Coalition with RJC executive director Matt Brooks Coleman is the RJC’s national chairman“There are no good Nazis and no good members of the Klan” said their statement Wednesday afternoon “We join with our political and religious brethren calling upon President Trump to provide greater moral clarity in rejecting racism bigotry and antisemitism”Minnesota Gov Mark Dayton in a statement Wednesday said: “There is no place in our country for this rabid bigotry racism xenophobia and hatred Those who perpetrate it should be held strictly accountable for the consequences of their vile behavior”Business reassessingThe president’s words on Tuesday — coming after days of pressure and an belated initial denunciation of hate groups — forced many to re-examine their stancesUp until Wednesday morning 3M officials stayed quiet despite repeated questions and increasing attention on whether the Thulin would remain on the advisory groupThulin broke his silence Wednesday“Sustainability diversity and inclusion are my personal values and also fundamental to the 3M Vision The past few months have provided me with an opportunity to reflect upon my commitment to these values” he said in his statement announcing his resignation“At 3M we will continue to champion an environment that supports sustainability diversity and inclusion I am committed to building a company that improves lives in every corner of the world” the statement concludes3M based in Maplewood is Minnesota’s 12th largest employer It has nearly 90000 employees around the worldWhile on Wednesday Trump tweeted that he would disband his councils rather than allowing leaders to face “pressure” he had previously tweeted that he could easily replace anyone who quit said those who left were embarrassed by their company practices and criticized drug-maker Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier for resigning on MondayFrazier who is African-American was the first business leader to leave the council He said Monday: “America’s leaders must honor our fundamental values by clearly rejecting expressions of hatred bigotry and group supremacy”

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