View Comments A new production of the Tony-winning musical Titanic could be headed to Broadway. The mounting from South Korea’s OD Company, currently playing the Charlotte Theater in Seoul, features an immersive design concept by Paul Tate De Poo III. The production is helmed by Broadway veteran Eric Schaeffer, who directed an acclaimed 2016 production of Titanic at Virginia’s Signature Theatre, where he is artistic director.”I had a great experience in Seoul and the audience response was thrilling,” Schaeffer told Broadway.com in an exclusive statement. “It will be great to bring the show back to America and give audiences the same experience for this unique production.””I’m thrilled that our unique staging of Titanic is delighting audiences,” said Chun soo Shin, CEO of The OD Company. “Under Eric Schaeffer’s polished direction and with Paul Tate De Poo III’s innovative and environmental set design, this production deserves to be seen on Broadway. It’s been twenty years since this great musical had its maiden voyage and now The OD Company is committed to relaunching its return to Broadway as soon as possible.”Titanic is set on the ocean liner RMS Titanic, which sank on its maiden voyage on April 15, 1912. With music and lyrics by Tony winner Maury Yeston and a book by Tony winner Peter Stone, Titanic opened on Broadway in 1997, winning five Tony Awards including Best Musical. An unrelated Broadway revival of Titanic was announced for Broadway in 2014. That production was later postponed. A timeline has not been set for the Seoul mounting of Titanic to play Broadway.Get a look at footage from the South Korea production of Titanic below.
D-Tools announced the availability of System Integrator version 14, which includes new capabilities for its end-to-end estimation, design, project and service management software solution.D-Tools System Integrator (SI) is an end-to-end software solution that the company says improves operating efficiencies by streamlining the entire project workflow — from estimating, through system design and documentation, procurement, project management, installation and ongoing service, all through a data-driven process that leverages an extensive, integrated product library.The latest release, SI version 14, provides new performance-enhancing features that include:Gantt ChartsCustomizable ChecklistsNew Business Intelligence ReportingBulk Purchase Order CreationUpdated UI
March 1, 2012 Regular News 20th JNC seeks a circuit judge 20th JNC seeks a circuit judgeThe 20th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications to fill a circuit vacancy resulting from the resignation of Judge James H. Seals, effective August 31.Applicants must have been a member of The Florida Bar for the preceding five years, a registered voter, and must be a resident of the territorial jurisdiction of the court at the time he or she assumes office.Applications may be downloaded from The Florida Bar’s website at www.floridabar.org and are also available from Jack O. Hackett II, JNC chair, Farr, Farr, Emerich, Hackett and Carr, 99 Nesbit Street, Punta Gorda 33950, phone (941) 639-1158.An original and nine copies of the completed application and attachments must be delivered to Hackett no later than 4 p.m., March 5. The submission of a photograph is encouraged.
Big Ten title lies within Gophers’ graspThe Gophers have a favorable conference schedule down the stretch.Mark Vancleave, Daily File PhotoMinnesota catcher Matt Halloran celebrates with his team after hitting a two-run home run against Iowa on Friday, April 27, 2012, at the Metrodome. Samuel GordonMay 1, 2013Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintWith three Big Ten series left to play, Minnesota leads second-place foes Indiana and Nebraska by one game in the loss column.Nine conference games remain, but the Gophers have a favorable schedule the rest of the way with only one road series.Indiana and Nebraska will meet for a three-game set this weekend, meaning that the Gophers would gain ground on at least one of the teams by winning their weekend series at Penn State.If Minnesota continues to play well, it could gain even more ground the following weekend. The Gophers will host Nebraska May 10-12 at Siebert Field, where they’re 4-1 on the season.The Gophers rank ninth out of 11 Big Ten teams with a team batting average of .265. But they’ve proven to be serious contenders to win the Big Ten regular-season title with their starting pitching alone. Minnesota’s team ERA of 2.91 ranks second in the Big Ten.On top of that, the Gophers’ offense is rounding into form. Minnesota had 44 base hits and scored 28 runs in its three-game set against Iowa, both season highs for a three-game series.Head coach John Anderson said he was particularly impressed with the way slumping catcher Matt Halloran swung the bat in the series.Halloran busted out of his funk last weekend and went 4-for-10 with five RBIs. He’s hitting .204 this season after batting .307 a year ago.
“We’ve been working on my swing and my putting,” Wu said. “The things we work on are working.” The more experience they get, the more times they get in this position, the better they’ll handle it, and they’re doing a great job.” “I thought [Ciskowski] and [Wu] did a very good job,” Redman said. “We got a really young team, and they just continue to get better. “We still have things to work on, but I’m very proud of the way the girls played and are continuing to improve,” head coach Michele Redman said. “We finished sixth [in], in my opinion, probably the second-most difficult field we played in this year.” Gophers earn season-high finish Jack WhiteApril 6, 2016Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintThe Gophers earned their best finish of the spring season at the Silverado Showdown, placing sixth out of 18 teams. The team shot an 893 overall in Napa, Calif. Freshman Muyu Wu and sophomore Heather Ciskowski tied for the lowest score among Minnesota golfers, with each shooting a 222 and tying for 23rd place. The finish was Wu’s best of the season. Sophomore Sabrine Garrison finished third among Minnesota golfers with a score of 225. Junior Emie Peronnin shot a 229 and freshman Maggie Heggerston finished with a 234.
DMB Associates, Inc. announced its intention to change the DMB Pacific Division to DMB Pacific Ventures. Eneas Kane, president and CEO of DMB Associates, will lead the new company.DMB Pacific Division has been involved in several expansions outside of Arizona in the past decade, specifically in California and Hawaii. However, DMB Associates, Inc. and its major equity partners says that with the industry now taking a turn for the better DMB Pacific Division will do well as a separate company.Drew Brown, DMB founding partner and board chairman said, “DMB Associated continues its focus on legacy projects.” Brown also mentioned that having the support of the founding partners, a strong management team and a more favorable market will allow their new DMB communities to flourish.“With a proven track record of success and well-capitalized for the future, DMB Pacific Ventures will move quickly into an active expansion mode,” Kane said. With the launch of DMB Pacific Ventures, Kane is also looking forward to new opportunities and building on a shared legacy.DMB Associates’ Chief Operating Officer (COO) and head of DMB’s Legacy Division, David Bruner, said, “Our Legacy Division is poised for dramatic growth as we look toward new development at Eastmark, One Scottsdale, Rancho Mission Viejo and in our legacy communities.” Bruner will continue with DMB Associates as COO.Community projects and partnerships will continue to be the focus for DMB Associates. Currently, they are partnered with DC Ranch, Verrado and Marley Park. GM Proving Grounds, now known as Eastmark, is the company’s newest project. They are currently in the beginning stages and the completion date is scheduled for 2013.Pacific Division’s projects will not be affected by the companies change to DMB Pacific Ventures. Ownership interests in all DMB Pacific projects will also not be changed. DMB Pacific Ventures will be headquartered in San Francisco’s Bay Area.About DMB Associates, Inc.:DMB Associates, Inc. was founded in 1984. This real estate company has real estate holdings through affiliated companies. DMB’s projects include signature commercial properties, resort/recreational and primary home communities, country clubs, health clubs and spas located in Arizona, California, Hawaii and Utah. DMB Associates, Inc. improve their communities with their projects that add beauty and enrich.DMB stands for the first initials of the company’s founding partners — Drew Brown, Mark Sklar and Bennett Dorrance. They have created their company on mutual respect, integrity, fairness and a commitment to stand behind their business decisions.For more information about DMB Pacific Ventures, visit dmbpacificventures.com.
Oct 8, 2010 (CIDRAP News) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) yesterday issued final estimates for last season’s flu vaccine and the 2009 H1N1 monovalent vaccine, confirming a record number of flu vaccine doses distributed.The CDC’s report on the vaccines, published yesterday on its Web site, is a follow-up to preliminary and state-by-state coverage estimates that it issued in April.The agency had anticipated that uptake of seasonal flu vaccine last fall and winter would be influenced by heightened interest in flu due to pandemic flu activity, which came with public health recommendations to get the seasonal vaccine early. Manufacturers rushed to roll out the seasonal flu vaccine to make way for the pandemic vaccine, which came more slowly and with fewer early doses than first projected.The 2009-10 flu season was also the first full year that seasonal flu vaccines were formally recommended for all school-aged children.Health officials are eager to see how a new universal flu vaccination recommendation for everyone age 6 months and older that takes effect this season will influence uptake levels for the coming flu season.The CDC based its estimates for the two vaccines on two surveys, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, an ongoing state-based phone survey of about 400,000 adults, and the National 2009 H1N1 Flu Survey (NHFS), which began last October and ended in June. It based its final estimates for the vaccines on vaccinations reported through May 2010 and interviews conducted through June.Estimates are a little higher than previous projections for both vaccines because the data includes a broader vaccination period that extended through May 2010.Seasonal flu vaccine patternsFor the seasonal vaccine, the CDC estimates that national coverage for all people ages 6 months and older was 41.2%, slightly higher than its earlier projection of 39.7% for the population as a whole. It said about 123 million people received the seasonal flu vaccine through May 2010, an increase from the previous estimate of 118.8 million.Rates were highest for seniors at 69.6%, followed by adults between the ages of 50 and 64 (45%), children ages 6 months through 17 years (43.7%), younger adults with underlying conditions (38.2%), and healthy younger adults (28.4%).The CDC cautioned that the seasonal flu vaccine coverage is an overestimate, because the reported coverage level of 123 million exceeds the 114 million doses of seasonal vaccine that were distributed. In its early estimate the CDC had said that respondent confusion over the two types of flu vaccines might have contributed to some overreporting.Compared with the 2008-2009 flu season, coverage rates rose for all groups except for adults ages 50 through 64.Pandemic flu vaccine findingsFor the pandemic vaccine, the CDC estimates that national coverage for all groups was 27%, which is slightly higher than the April estimate of 24%. About 80.8 million people received the 2009 H1N1 vaccine, according to the latest estimate, compared with the earlier estimate of 72 million.Coverage was highest in children ages 6 months through age 17 at 40.5% followed by seniors (28.9%), people ages 25 through 64 in high-risk groups (28.6%), and healthy people ages 25 through 64 (18.7%). Pandemic vaccine coverage was 34.2% in the CDC’s initial target group: children, younger adults, people with underlying medical conditions, pregnant women, and healthcare workers.The CDC said high uptake of the pandemic vaccine in children probably reflects the focus many states had on childhood vaccinations, the use of school-based vaccination clinics, and a recognition that children were at risk for severe disease.See also:Oct 7 CDC seasonal and pandemic flu vaccine reportApr 29 CIDRAP News story “Seasonal flu vaccine uptake rose in 2009-10″Apr 2 CIDRAP News story “CDC estimates 24% of Americans received H1N1 vaccine”
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On July 3-5, the 2013 Clean Energy Expo China (CEEC) was staged in the National Convention Center in Beijing. As a representative of the new energy industry, China Longyuan Power was invited to participate in the great event and drew lots of professional visitors, thus becoming a highlight of the whole expo.During the opening ceremony, Sun Yucai, Party Secretary and Executive Vice President of China Electricity Council, and Yang Kun, Chief Engineer of the National Energy Administration together with other leaders visited the booth of China Longyuan Power and highly appreciated the progresses it has made.During the Clean Power Summit, Xie Changjun, member of the Party Leadership Group and Vice-President of China Guodian Corporation, visited the booth of this company and fully affirmed the achievements it has got in the new energy sector, hoping that China Longyuan Power will make persistent efforts to maintain its leading role in the domestic wind power sector. Zhang Baoquan, member of the Party Leadership Group and Vice-President of China Longyuan Power, showed them around.During the three-day’s exhibition, China Longyuan Power briefly introduced its business performance, love and care from leaders, primary business, social responsibility and corporate culture and displayed its major achievements and strong comprehensive strength in the new energy sector in domestic and international markets in terms of wind power layout, development of offshore, overseas, high-altitude and low-speed wind power, and PV power, receiving critical acclaim from sponsors and visitors and establishing a good social image.This expo was cosponsored by China Electricity Council, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) Electric Power Industry Office, CCPIT Beijing Sub-council, and CCPIT Construction Industry Sub-council. With the theme of “promoting the sustainable development of clean energy industry in China”, it is comprised of six professional exhibitions including the one forChina (Beijing) International Photovoltaic Industry New Technology New Material New Product New Equipment Exhibition. Meanwhile, the Clean Power Summit Forum was held during the expo, exerting great influences within this industry.[mappress]Press release, July 10, 2013; Image: clypg
[mappress]Press Release, January 14, 2014 Baltic Trading Limited has exercised its option to acquire two additional Ultramax newbuildings.The two option vessels, which will have the same specifications and purchase price as the Ultramax newbuildings the company previously agreed to acquire, are expected to be delivered to Baltic Trading during the second and third quarters of 2015.John C. Wobensmith, President and Chief Financial Officer, commented, “Management’s strategic decision to exercise the option to acquire two additional Ultramax newbuildings is consistent with our ongoing efforts to take advantage of favorable asset prices. With four Ultramax newbuildings now scheduled to be delivered to Baltic Trading, combined with the recently completed acquisitions of two Capesize and two Handysize vessels, we are poised to more than double the size of our modern fleet on a tonnage basis. We intend to use a combination of cash on hand, future cash flow from operations as well as commercial bank debt to fully finance the acquisition of the four Ultramax newbuildings for the benefit of shareholders.”