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    The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed actor Vincent D'Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket, Men in Black, Law & Order: Criminal Intent) about the highlights of his extraordinary career, and his new film Chained, which is now available on DVD and blu-ray.

  • Butz and Butz Sports Radio broadcast live from the bar at the One Crazy Fan Tailgate Truck at Lincoln Financial Field with former Eagles Pro Bowl linebacker William Thomas.

  • At only 20 years old, J. Anton Boykin is already affectionately known as the "Sax Sensation." Since the age of eight he has been mastering the craft of music. Come listen to him talk about what inspires him.

  • EGH Media presents Rowan Galagher who is The Mad Pride. A singer, songwriter and instrumentalist who doesn't read music and also successfully controls Tourette?s syndrome.

  • MGN Radio welcomes Author Ngozi Achebe to discuss her new book, Onaedo - The Blacksmith's Daughter on our show. Her debut novel has already been nominated for several literary awards.

  • The Gridiron Chefs with TP Tymless and James Greenwood break down the weeks games in the NFL, the pressing topics around the league and listener questions.

  • This week Tim and Jill will finish the discussion on LGBT and Marriage Equality, this is a hot topic that has been trending on social networks and is an important issue for voters as we near election time.

  • Francy and Friends will be LIVE from The Days of Terror Convention, be sure to tune in as they will be meeting some of the biggest names in horror films. You never know who you might run into.

  • It's open-wheel racing and NASCAR on this episode, as Dustin Parks will be joined by guest co-host Glenn Locke. These two always bring great conversation, and this will be no different.

  • Grab your Saturday morning coffee and tune into "Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys" hosted by those eggs over easy riders Garrison Leykam and Scot Doane. "Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys" radio was never like this!

  • BGE Radio welcomes Playboy Model Crissy Henderson to the show. Crissy is an actress, model and philanthropist. Tune in as she speaks about her life and upcoming work.

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    Canada beef warning broadened to new products

    (Reuters) - A public warning in Canada on Friday about beef possibly tainted with E. coli has been updated to include additional products.

    The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) on Sunday released a list of dozens of products made from beef voluntarily recalled by XL Foods, whose plant in Brooks, Alberta, was temporarily shut by the agency after contaminated beef products sickened several people.

    The list ranges from ground beef to roasts and steaks, and includes products from retailers such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Costco Wholesale Corp, and smaller chains.

    The agency is warning the public, distributors and food service establishments not to consume, sell or serve the products, since they may be contaminated with E. Coli bacteria, which can cause potentially life-threatening illness.

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    NBA Preseason Rankings

    Updated:?September 29, 2012,?2:37 pm?ET

    9/29/12 ? The boldest moves of the offseason have been made.? Teams will tinker as training camps near, but by and large their rosters are set. The Los Angeles Lakers had the best offseason with the acquisitions of Dwight Howard, Steve Nash and complementary role players like Antawn Jamison and Jodie Meeks.? The Miami HEAT won?t willingly relinquish their title and have improved.? The Nets have moved to Brooklyn and are suddenly neck-and-neck with the New York Knicks.? The Philadelphia 76ers stake their claim with the acquisition of big-man Andrew Bynum.? Meanwhile the Chicago Bulls will face much of the season without Derrick Rose.? The Orlando Magic are starting over after dealing Howard.? The New Orleans Hornets welcome rookie Anthony Davis.?

    Here is the NBA rankings offseason edition:

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    Venezuelan candidates mobilize backers before vote

    A person wearing a giant puppet depicting Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez crosses a street in downtown Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. Venezuela's presidential election is scheduled for Oct. 7. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

    A person wearing a giant puppet depicting Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez crosses a street in downtown Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. Venezuela's presidential election is scheduled for Oct. 7. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

    A supporter of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds a flag that reads in Spanish: "We're going all out," while taking part in a campaign caravan through the streets of Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. Venezuela's presidential election is scheduled for Oct. 7. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

    Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez chant pro government slogans at supporters of the opposition's presidential candidate Henrique Capriles, left, as the Chavistas caravan through the streets of Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. Venezuela's presidential election is scheduled for Oct. 7. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

    Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez cheer on fellow supporters driving past in a campaign caravan in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. Venezuela's presidential election is scheduled for Oct. 7. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

    Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez stand in a trailer bed as they take part in a campaign caravan through Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. Venezuela's presidential election is scheduled for Oct. 7. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

    (AP) ? By tradition, supporters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez rouse voters before dawn on election day blaring bugle tunes from loudspeakers mounted on trucks cruising through pro-Chavez neighborhoods.

    If that doesn't do the job, loyalists from Chavez's United Socialist Party of Venezuela keep extensive lists of supporters, many of whom depend on government jobs or benefits, and contact them to make sure they cast a ballot.

    Get-out-the-vote ground games are key to elections all over the world. But in Venezuela, the strategy ahead of the Oct. 7 vote allegedly has involved not only gentle nudges but also intimidation. Both Chavez and challenger Henrique Capriles are mobilizing hundreds of thousands of supporters and will be keeping a close eye on the polls to make sure the other side doesn't try any tricks.

    The opposition, which for the first time chose a single presidential candidate in a primary vote, is mounting its biggest-ever team of more than 200,000 volunteers. They include 117,000 poll monitors, and tens of thousands others who will get Capriles supporters to voting stations, driving them if necessary, said Leopoldo Lopez, Capriles' campaign manager.

    Also for the first time, the opposition is assigning volunteers to every one of the country's 14,000 polling centers to watch over the voting, transmit initial results to their headquarters and do post-vote audits of paper receipts printed out by the voting machines, Lopez said. The opposition didn't send witnesses to all voting centers in the last election in 2006, when Chavez won by a wide margin. The president's campaign's better organization was seen as a key advantage.

    "We've identified the need to have a presence at the voting tables because in the past we've had a weakness in terms of that presence," Lopez said at a news conference.

    Chavez's side comes to the vote with an immediate advantage: a zealous grassroots juggernaut that rallies support for the president even in off-years. For the election, the president's supporters have been divided into "patrols," although Chavez has said some organizers complain they haven't been receiving complete instructions on logistics.

    "Transport, logistics, we have to fine-tune all of that," Chavez told a crowd in the western farming state of Portuguesa on Monday. "The great patriotic machinery. That's what I want to underline."

    Chavez's campaign machine has been visible in the red tents set up on sidewalks where supporters have been handing out pamphlets. The campaign calls the tents "Red Spots," after the chosen color of Chavez's socialist-inspired movement.

    Folk music blared from the speakers at one of the tents on a recent evening in the Caracas district of Chacao, a bastion of opposition support.

    "I want to show the world that we're holding a fair and transparent election, and that we're experiencing a true democratic process," said Luis Gustavo Marin, a court security chief. He said that on election day he'll be working as a member of one of the "patrols," visiting polling centers and providing logistical support to pro-Chavez observers.

    He said others will be working as "guardians of the revolution" to oversee the voting process and make sure procedures are followed.

    National Assembly President Diosdado Cabello, a close ally of the president, said the socialist party will have witnesses at every voting center, and has already been going through its list of supporters.

    "We have more than 7 million people who've been contacted already," Cabello said, "with first name, last name, ID number, where they vote and the time they're going to vote, because we're giving each of them a time to vote."

    Each die-hard "Chavista" is encouraged to bring 10 others to cast ballots. Out of the country's 29 million people, a total of 18.9 million are registered voters, and Chavez has set a goal of winning 10 million votes.

    Chavez has been leading in most polls ahead of the election, with one survey by the pollster Datanalisis showing him with a 10 percent lead this month. That poll, however, also showed that 11 percent of voters didn't reveal a preference.

    Another survey by the polling firm Consultores 21 put the two candidates roughly even, with 46.5 percent saying they would vote for Capriles and nearly 46 percent choosing the president. The poll had an error margin of less than 3 percentage points.

    The biggest challenge for the opposition is in traditionally pro-Chavez areas such as Caracas' 23 de Enero slum, where heavily armed pro-government groups swear allegiance to the president. Lopez said some of the more than 400 Capriles supporters who've signed up as volunteers in the neighborhood have received death threats.

    "It's been hard in the zone where they have the greatest control and threatening presence," one volunteer said of the armed gangs, adding that Capriles supporters have nonetheless stepped forward to join election monitor teams despite the potential danger. She spoke on condition of anonymity, saying she feared for her safety.

    The slum is among 278 polling places nationwide where the opposition says there are risks of conflicts and has urged election officials and the military to be on alert to prevent trouble.

    Chavez and his supporters deny using coercion or intimidation to sway voters.

    Some government opponents have also raised concerns that public employees and other voters who rely on government social programs are being pressured to vote for Chavez.

    In fact, one group of Capriles supporters has appeared at his campaign marches wearing paper bags over their heads, saying they need to remain anonymous because they fear losing their government jobs or benefits.

    The opposition candidate has called them "Chaca Chaca," an amalgram of Chavez and Capriles' names, and told public employees they have nothing to fear. He's also assured them their votes will be kept secure by the country's electronic balloting system and checks have shown that safeguards are in place to keep ballots secret.

    However, some Capriles supporters still express fears that thumbprint readers used at polling centers could intimidate opposition-leaning voters.

    Given intense interest in the race, analysts predict a high turnout.

    In the last presidential vote in 2006, about 75 percent of registered voters cast ballots. The latest Datanalisis poll found that more than 79 percent said they are "very sure" they will vote on Oct. 7.

    At a recent campaign march in the town of Los Teques, hundreds of opposition supporters blew whistles and horns as they paraded through the streets past a red tent where a group of Chavez supporters handed out campaign fliers.

    Rafael Carrillo, a Chavez supporter who belongs to the Communist Party of Venezuela, paid little attention to the passing crowd as he danced and loudly sang along with the campaign jingle playing on some nearby speakers.

    "We're going to give 10 million votes to our commander," Carrillo said. He said he thinks voting will proceed peacefully but that Chavez's supporters must be organized, including "to detect any type of sabotage" by government opponents.

    "We're the majority," he said, "and we're going to show it on the 7th with votes."

    Associated Press


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    Saturday, September 29, 2012

    How Obama and Romney Are Furiously Spinning Debate Expectations (Atlantic Politics Channel)

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    Ex-NY Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger dies

    By The Associated Press

    Anthony Camerano / AP

    New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger in his office in New York in 1973. Sulzberger has died at age 86.

    Former New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, who led the newspaper to new levels of influence and profit amid some of the most significant moments in 20th-century journalism, died Saturday. He was 86.

    Sulzberger, father of current Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., died at his home in Southampton, N.Y., after a long illness, his family announced to the newspaper.

    During his three-decade-long tenure, the newspaper won 31 Pulitzer prizes, published the Pentagon Papers and won a libel case victory in New York Times vs. Sullivan that established important First Amendment protections for the press.

    In an era of declining newspaper readership, the Times' weekday circulation climbed from 714,000 when Sulzberger became publisher in 1963 to 1.1 million upon his retirement as publisher in 1992. Over the same period, the annual revenues of the Times' corporate parent rose from $100 million to $1.7 billion.

    "Above all, he took the quality of the product up to an entirely new level," the late Katharine Graham, chairwoman of The Washington Post Co., said at the time Sulzberger relinquished the publisher's title. When she died in 2001, he returned the praise, saying she "used her intelligence, her courage and her wit to transform the landscape of American journalism."

    "Punch" Sulzberger was the only grandson of Adolph S. Ochs (pronounced ox), the son of Bavarian immigrants who took over the Times in 1896 and built it into the nation's most influential newspaper. The family retains a controlling interest to this day, holding a separate block of Class B shares that have more powerful voting rights than the company's publicly traded shares.

    Power was thrust on Sulzberger at the age of 37 after the sudden death of his brother-in-law in 1963. He had been in the Times executive suite for eight years in a role he later described as "vice president in charge of nothing."

    But Sulzberger directed the Times' evolution from an encyclopedic paper of record to a more reader-friendly product that reached into the suburbs and across the nation.

    During his tenure, the Times started a national edition, bought its first color presses, and introduced popular as well as lucrative new sections covering topics such as science, food and entertainment.

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    A key figure in the transformation was A.M. Rosenthal, executive editor from 1977 to 1986. Rosenthal, who died in 2006, called Sulzberger "probably the best publisher in modern American history."

    Sulzberger also improved the paper's bottom line, pulling it and its parent company out of a tailspin in the mid-1970s and lifting both to unprecedented profitability a decade later.

    In 1992, Sulzberger relinquished the publisher's job to his 40-year-old son, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., but remained chairman of The New York Times Co.

    Sulzberger retired as chairman and chief executive of the company in 1997. His son then was named chairman. Sulzberger stayed on the Times Co. board of directors until 2002.

    Significant free-press and free-speech precedents were established during Sulzberger's years as publisher, most notably the Times vs. Sullivan case. It resulted in a landmark 1964 Supreme Court ruling that shielded the press from libel lawsuits by public officials unless they could prove actual malice.

    In 1971 the Times led the First Amendment fight to keep the government from suppressing the Pentagon Papers, a series of classified reports on the Vietnam War. Asked by a reporter who at the Times made the decision to publish the papers, Sulzberger gestured toward his chest and silently mouthed the word "Me."

    Sulzberger read the more than 7,000 pages of the Pentagon Papers before deciding to publish them. After Sulzberger read the papers, he was asked what he thought. "Oh, I would think about 20 years to life," he responded.

    But in a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court eventually sided with the Times and The Washington Post, which had begun publishing the papers a few days after the Times.

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    Gay Talese, who worked at the Times as a reporter when Sulzberger took over and chronicled the paper's history in his book "The Kingdom and the Power," called him "a brilliant publisher. He far exceeded the achievements of his father in both making the paper better and more profitable at a time when papers are not as good as they used to be."

    In their book "The Trust," a history of the Ochs-Sulzberger family and its stewardship of the paper, Susan E. Tifft and Alex S. Jones cited Sulzberger's "common sense and unerring instincts."

    In an interview in 1990 with New York magazine, Sulzberger was typically candid about the paper's readership.

    "We're not New York's hometown newspaper," he said. "We're read on Park Avenue, but we don't do well in Chinatown or the east Bronx. We have to approach journalism differently than, say, the Sarasota Herald Tribune, where you try to blanket the community."

    In the mid-1980s Sulzberger authorized the building of a $450 million color printing and distribution plant across the Hudson River in Edison, N.J., part of a plan to get all printing out of cramped facilities in the Times building in Manhattan.

    Sulzberger was born in New York City on Feb. 5, 1926, the only son of Arthur Hays Sulzberger and his wife, Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger, Adolph's only child. One of his three sisters was named Judy, and from early on he was known as "Punch," from the puppet characters Punch and Judy.

    Sulzberger's grandfather led the paper until his death in 1935, when he was followed by Sulzberger's father, who remained at the helm until he retired in 1961.

    Meanwhile, Arthur served in the Marines during World War II and, briefly, in Korea. He later observed, in a typically self-deprecating remark, that "My family didn't worry about me for a minute. They knew that if I got shot in the head it wouldn't do any harm."

    Except for a year at The Milwaukee Journal, 1953-54, the younger Sulzberger spent his entire career at the family paper. He joined after graduating from Columbia College in 1951. He worked in European bureaus for a time and was he was back in New York by 1955, but found he had little to do.

    Sulzberger had not been expected to assume power at the paper for years. His father passed control to Orvil E. Dryfoos, his oldest daughter's husband, in 1961. But two years later Dryfoos died suddenly of heart disease at 50. Punch Sulzberger's parents named him publisher, the fourth family member to hold the title.

    "We had all hoped that Punch would have many years more training before having to take over," said his mother, Iphigene. Sulzberger relied on senior editors and managers for advice, and quickly developed a reputation as a solid leader.

    At various times, Sulzberger was a director or chairman of the Newspaper Advertising Bureau, American Newspaper Publishers Association and American Press Institute. He was a director of The Associated Press from 1975 to 1984.

    Sulzberger married Barbara Grant in 1948, and the couple had two children, Arthur Jr. and Karen. After a divorce in 1956, Sulzberger married Carol Fox. The couple had a daughter, Cynthia, and Sulzberger adopted Fox's daughter from a previous marriage, Cathy.

    Carol Sulzberger died in 1995. The following year, Sulzberger married Allison Cowles, the widow of William H. Cowles 3rd, who was the president and publisher of The Spokesman-Review and Spokane Chronicle of Spokane, Wash.


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    Musical Escapades Blog ? Latest Music Industry News ? Gold Coast ...

    Gold Coast Acoustic Cafe presents ?Big Break? Showcase Series at The Great Neck Arts Center, New York

    Great Neck, NY (September 20, 2012) On three special nights: Saturday November 10 2012, Saturday December 8 2012, and Saturday January 12 2013 please join Love Revolution Org and the Great Neck Arts Center as they search for the next big thing to come off Long Island ? with a little help from some of their friends in the music industry ? as the Gold Coast Acoustic Cafe presents ?Big Break? Showcase Series at The Great Neck Arts Center, located at 113 Middle Neck Road, Great Neck NY. Doors open at 730pm and the first act will perform starting at 8pm. Price is $5 for students and $10 for adults.

    Starting today, September 20, 2012, there is an open call for submissions for all musicians age 12 to 25 that does not currently have a recording or publishing contract to submit for the showcase events; interested artists must perform with an acoustic guitar or to a backing music track, no full bands please. Visit their website NOW at or send one mp3 song, one photo and a short bio to GNACBIGBREAK@GMAIL.COM to submit for FREE. Deadline is October 20 2012 at 11:59PM.

    Semi finalists will then be chosen from all online submissions and notified via phone to perform on one of the aforementioned dates (Saturday November 10 2012 or Saturday December 8 2012) for the many music business executives, producers, radio & TV personalities, and special guests they have slated and confirmed to appear and critique the acts including: Richard Pawelczyk ? Webster Hall(who are offering an opening slot for a national act to the winner), David Caggiano ? Betamax Recording Studios (who are offering a one song recording to the winner), Linda Ingrisano ? Five Towns College (who are offering a one hour mentoring session to the winner), Steve Tramposch ? Launchpad Entertainment (former Elektra and Capitol A&R exec offering a consultation deal to the winner), Jerry Lembo ? Jerry Lembo Entertainment Group (offering a one hour music industry tutoring call to the winner), Guy Brogna ? All Music Inc (who is offering a $250 gift certificate to the winner) and others such as Adam Craig Ellis ? The Paramount, Peter Abraham ? BB Kings Blues Club, Rob Lyons ? Madison Square Garden, Sam Fruner ? Loaded Rock Shows, Tito Batista ? Black Rose Productions, Randy Nichols ? Force Management, Jerry Lembo ? Jerry Lembo Entertainment Group, Rob Rush ? Radio Personality, Bill Edwards ? Radio Personality, Bernadette Giacomazzo ? Writer/Photographer, Matthew Reich ? Lights Resolve, Billy and Bobby Allesi ? Alessi Brothers, Cathy Henderson ? Antigone Rising, Richard Petrello ? Petrel and even more TBD!!

    Judging will be based on performance, raw talent & overall presentation of their songs ? and will count for 2/3 of the total vote tally. The remaining 1/3, which very well could sway the vote to decide who will get their ?Big Break?, will be based on audience participation. As people enter the room, they will be given a ballot with the names of the four finalists performing for that night which can be filled out and turned in after the 3rd band has performed, not before. As a special bonus, all artists who submit for the contest but are not chosen to perform will be allowed to attend both showcase dates for FREE to network!

    Additionally, two very special local performers who have had success in the music business will perform as the headline act on each night while the judges deliberate their choices ? on Saturday November 10 people will be thrilled by the 14 year old singer/songwriter/guitarist and overall music prodigy from Oyster Bay, Charlie Dane and on Saturday December 8 2012, attendees will enjoy Long Island?s own International recording artist John Hampson of the band Nine Days who had a number #1 radio hit with ?Absolutely (Story of a Girl), The finals for the Showcase will be held on Saturday January 12 2013, where the top two acts from each night will perform to win prizes listed above and even more TBD such as recording and rehearsal time, photo and video shoots, publicity and promotion, radio and TV campaigns, musical equipment, the chance to open for national acts at major venues and in depth consultation with some of the best and brightest people in music today!!

    For more information or to submit your act to the showcase, please visit or send one mp3 song, one photo and a short bio to GNACBIGBREAK@GMAIL.COM

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    App della settimana: Apple sconta gratuitamente Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 per iPad

    Apple ha creato la nuova rubrica ?App della settimana?, in cui ogni settimana seleziona un?applicazione da scontare su App Store per un periodo limitato. L?azienda di Cupertino ha scelto questa settimana di scontare l?app ?Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 per iPad?, noto gioco targato Electronic Arts.

    Ogni settimana Apple sceglie un?applicazione da rendere gratuita per un periodo limitato. L?iniziativa ?App della settimana? ha interessato anche applicazioni importanti, ed infatti le scorse settimane sono state scontate?Angry Birds Seasons?e?Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing. Questa volta ? toccato a Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 per iPad, gioco realizzato da Electronics Arts ed appartenente alla nota serie di titoli sul golf che prendono il nome di Tiger Woods, uno dei pi? forti giocatori di golf al mondo ancora in attivit?, famoso per i suoi straordinari risultati sul campo.

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    Robert Heilman - Lines and Colors

    Robert Heilman
    When I came across the work of Pennsylvania painter Robert Heilman at the F.A.N. Gallery here in Philadelphia today, I was initially captivated by his direct, painterly approach, deft use of light and controlled color.

    It was on further looking through the show that I began to notice some fascinating patterns in Heilman?s work. One is that he creates compositions that fly in the face of the usual conventions of composition ? and pulls it off quite nicely.

    He often defies the rule of thirds, placing significant objects in the composition almost on center, or in between thirds and centers. He plays with breaking the composition into squares, and frequently places tall vertical objects, most often utility poles, overtly in the foreground of his paintings, further dividing the canvas. He handles all of this defiance of the ordinary with aplomb, and the resulting compositions are fascinating.

    Also fascinating is his interpretation of nighttime scenes. with glows of street lamps creating geometric patterns of light and dark that often recede in multiple planes. Combining both his fascination with light and dark and his penchant for defying the standard compositional rules are his paintings in which courses of dark and light recede like recursive frames, at times often almost dead on center in the composition.

    All of this playfulness is within the context of small canvasses, in images of small town streets, alleys and corners.

    Heilman apparently does not have a dedicated website or blog, but the F.A.N. gallery has a selection of his work on their website. There is also an article, A few words with Robert Heilman, on the F.A.N. Arts Blog

    Unfortunately, I?m late in telling those in the Philadelphia area about the show, though you still have two days to catch it. Robert Heilman: Recent Paintings is on display until this Saturday, September 29.

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    Great New Resource for Inclusive Business Practitioners | Business ...


    Many inclusive business projects need support ? both financial and technical ? to help them ?get off the ground? and grow. However, busy entrepreneurs can find the search for this information ? and then understanding exactly what is on offer ? a time-consuming and complicated task.

    In response to this challenge, the Business Innovation Facility (BIF) and Innovations Against Poverty (IAP) have developed a new?Database of Financial and Technical Support for Inclusive Business. This is a ?one-stop shop? for information about organisations that offer financial and/or technical support in developing countries. It is intended to help companies and entrepreneurs that are developing inclusive business models to quickly and easily find initiatives that could provide the support they need.

    The database provides a list of over 200 organisations that offer financial and/or technical support to inclusive businesses in developing countries. It provides?categorisation of what they offer to business, the geographies and sectors they cover and their contact details. Better still, it can be easily searched and filtered by the user.

    This is the first version of this new tool and feedback is encouraged. Additional suggestions and amendments are welcome. Dissemination is also encouraged as it is hoped that this resource helps as many inclusive business organisations and initiatives as possible.

    Contact: Louisa Hatfield, Business Innovation Facility at:?


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    Owner of burned RI club donates land for memorial

    WEST WARWICK, R.I. (AP) ? The owner of the site of a 2003 nightclub fire that killed 100 people is donating the land for a permanent memorial, bringing an end to a yearslong effort to secure the site of The Station fire by families of those killed and survivors of the blaze.

    Dan McKiernan, a lawyer for Ray Villanova, transferred ownership of the plot of land in West Warwick to the Station Fire Memorial Foundation on Friday, five months before the 10th anniversary of the blaze, which started when pyrotechnics for the rock band Great White set fire to flammable foam that lined the walls of the club.

    A makeshift memorial consisting of homemade crosses, flowers, photos and other personal items cropped up on the site shortly after the fire and has been maintained there by family members of the dead ever since. The site was left open to the public, and a memorial service is held there annually on the anniversary, Feb 20. While the foundation has a design for a permanent memorial and pledges from construction workers to build it, nothing could move forward until it secured rights to the land.

    "This is a milestone that everyone has been working towards for the past nine years. We're fully cognizant of the enormity of this responsibility that we carry for so many people," Victoria Eagan, a fire survivor who serves on the foundation's board, told The Associated Press.

    In 2006, three people were convicted of 100 counts of involuntary manslaughter: club owners Jeffrey and Michael Derderian and Great White tour manager Daniel Biechele. The hundreds of survivors and relatives of those killed struck a $176 million deal in 2009 with several companies to settle lawsuits brought over the fire. With the civil and criminal prosecutions over, attention turned to building the memorial.

    The transfer was announced during a news conference at the site Friday, which was attended by dozens of survivors, relatives of those killed and supporters. Gov. Lincoln Chafee choked up as he offered a prayer, while members of the foundation's board cried and held hands. In the crowd that gathered to hear their announcement, people hugged and sobbed.

    Dave Kane, father of victim Nicholas O'Neill and a former member of the memorial foundation's board, had been critical of how long it took to secure the land, Last week, he called on the state to seize it by eminent domain, a possibility Chafee and House Speaker Gordon Fox said they would explore. At the site on Friday, after visiting his son's cross, he said he was thrilled.

    "It's been a long haul," Kane said.

    McKiernan told the AP the Villanova family had always wanted a "tasteful, somber and timeless memorial" at the site, and had been working on donating the land even as Chafee and Fox said they were looking into the legalities of seizing the land. The one condition of the transfer is that a suitable memorial be maintained at the site in perpetuity.

    Over the years, McKiernan said Villanova tried to donate the land, including during the settlement of the lawsuit, but concerns were raised at that time that the transfer of the land might not be legal. He said they also had conversations with local and state officials over the years about transferring the land, which did not pan out because of concerns about maintaining the land and other issues.

    Villanova, his daughter and members of the foundation met Monday at McKiernan's office to hammer out terms of the deal in a meeting that foundation board president Gina Russo described as "emotional."

    "It was important for us, but I think just as important for them to give back," said Russo, who was badly burned in the fire and whose fianc? was killed. "He needs to be able to trust that the right thing is going to be done. It will be a memorial. It will always be maintained. That was very important to him."

    Carol Mancini, whose stepson, Keith Mancini, 34, died in the fire, said it was fantastic to know a memorial would be built, especially for those who live with the loss of their loved ones every day.

    "It'll always be here," she said.

    Eagan said that with the land secured, the foundation will now turn its attention to raising money. The foundation has raised more than $100,000 for a memorial, but Eagan said their hope is to raise $5 million over the next five years. She said that up until now, it has been difficult to aggressively raise money because the foundation did not own the land.

    They will do everything from hold grassroots fundraisers to hit up "deeper pockets" and major corporations for money, she said.

    "We know it's a lofty goal, but it is achievable," Eagan said.

    She said the foundation aims to approve a final design by February. It will be scaled back slightly from a design that was approved a few years ago to make it simpler to maintain. She hopes to hold a groundbreaking on the memorial before the 10th anniversary.

    Kane said it was odd to think a memorial would finally be built and was already preparing for it. He said he and his wife would come back soon to take down Nicky's cross and other items to make way for the new memorial.


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    Labour's immigration pains | Progress | News and debate from the ...

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    There are still some senior Labour politicians, and a significant section of the liberal media, who continue to deny that immigration is one of the issues that most damages the Left.? Indeed, until the last couple of years, the standard response to any suggestion that immigration itself was problematic was to imply that this was racist. No debate was permitted, even as the number of arrivals continued to grow.

    Immigration was a ?good thing?. Immigrants helped a dynamic economy become even more competitive, they filled jobs that nobody else wanted to do, and they kept inflation and wage rises at low levels even when the economy was buoyant.

    Even today, barely a week goes by without the IPPR, or Jonathan Portes arguing that immigration has been good for the economy, and that the benefits of mass immigration far outweigh the costs.

    The assertion that such a huge increase in the number of workers coming to the UK has had any effect on wages or employment has been repeatedly denied. This is rather astonishing as it will, after all, be the first time in economic history that an increased supply (of labour) has had no impact on the price (that is, wages).

    So, have the fundamental laws of economics changed? Either there has been a paradigm shift or, more likely, the effect on wages have been ignored because it hasn?t (yet) concerned the affluent middle class

    In any case, there are alternative interpretations. A House of Lords report found that there has been a downward effect on wages, especially for those at the bottom rung of the labour market. And the recent report by the Migration Advisory Committee, confirmed that immigration does have an effect on wages, decreasing those of lower-paid workers. In particular, the MAC estimated that: ?an extra 100 non-EU migrants are initially associated with 23 fewer native people employed?.

    After losing the wages and employment argument, however, the same centre-Left pro-immigrationists argue that GDP has increased. Again, the House of Lords report pointed out that GDP, which measures the total output created by immigrants and pre-existing residents in the UK, is ?an irrelevant and misleading measure for the economic impacts of immigration on the resident population. The total size of an economy is not an indicator of prosperity or of residents? living standards.?

    To put it bluntly, increasing numbers of voters are not prepared to pay the price of over-crowding, a diminished green belt and public services stretched to breaking point for an additional percentage point of GDP growth. The Left ignored the broader effects on quality of life, with increasing demands on housing provision, classroom sizes, traffic congestion or for health and social services. But there was no planning at all for the arrival of such large numbers as policy makers seemed to forget that migrant workers also need somewhere to live, that they travel, that they have families, and that they get ill.

    It is becoming increasingly clear that the former editor of Prospect magazine, David Goodhart, was right when he argued that there is an increasingly acute dilemma, ? for progressives who want plenty of both solidarity (high social cohesion and generous welfare paid out of a progressive tax system) and diversity (equal respect for a wide range of peoples, values and ways of life).?

    Now, as draconian spending cuts are being implemented the answer to these questions is becoming increasingly acute. At its heart is a problem that Michael Young and Peter Willmott?s Family and Kinship in East London highlighted half a century ago. Should the (possibly greater) needs of newly arrived immigrants trump the greater ?entitlement? of those who have lived longer in a community?

    Who deserves a share of the cake, and how large should their share be? Is social housing allocation, for example, a matter of long term residency, nationality or hardship? Should benefits depend on how much one has contributed to society? What?s fair?

    The last Labour government failed to introduce restrictions on the citizens of the new members of the European Union coming to work in the UK until it was far too late. In thrall to the demands of business for cheap and flexible labour, a nominally left of centre government lost control of its borders. And for too long, too many on the Left did not permit an open political debate about immigration, denouncing any criticism as racist.

    Immigration remains a huge issue for voters, which is only likely to grow as recession deepens (which it will). Labour lost almost every seat in the south-east outside London and needs to win them back if it wants to regain power. But this does not mean that the people of Kent, Essex, Hertfordshire and Sussex are racist, or even Little Englanders. Britain is a hugely tolerant country which believes in fairness. It also has great ? and legitimate ? concerns about immigration. It is time for Labour and the Left to admit that too much immigration, too quickly, requires new answers rather than continuing to defend old nostrums.


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    Saturn?s moon Titan shows surprising seasonal changes

    ScienceDaily (Sep. 28, 2012) ? Detailed observations of Saturn?s moon Titan have now spanned 30 years, covering an entire solar orbit for this distant world. Dr Athena Coustenis from the Paris-Meudon Observatory in France has analysed data gathered over this time and has found that the changing seasons of Titan affect it more than previously thought. Dr Coustenis will present these results at the European Planetary Science Congress in Madrid on Friday 28th September.

    Explains Dr Coustenis, ?As with Earth, conditions on Titan change with its seasons. We can see differences in atmospheric temperatures, chemical composition and circulation patterns, especially at the poles. For example, hydrocarbon lakes form around the north polar region during winter due to colder temperatures and condensation. Also, a haze layer surrounding Titan at the northern pole is significantly reduced during the equinox because of the atmospheric circulation patterns. This is all very surprising because we didn?t expect to find any such rapid changes, especially in the deeper layers of the atmosphere.?

    The main cause of these cycles is solar radiation. This is the dominant energy source for Titan?s atmosphere, breaking up the nitrogen and methane present to create more complex molecules, such as ethane, and acting as the driving force for chemical changes. Titan is inclined at around 27 degrees, similar to the Earth, meaning that the cause of seasons ? sunlight reaching different areas with varying intensity due to the tilt ? is the same for both worlds. Says Dr Coustenis, ?It?s amazing to think that the Sun still dominates over other energy sources even as far out as Titan, over 1.5 billion kilometres from us.?

    To draw these conclusions data was analysed from several different missions, including Voyager 1 (1980), the Infrared Space Observatory (1997), and Cassini (2004 onwards), complemented by ground-based observations. Each season on Titan spans around 7.5 years, while it takes 29.5 years for Saturn to orbit the Sun, so data has now been gathered for an entire Titan year, encapsulating all seasons.

    Dr Coustenis explains why it is important to investigate this distant moon: ?Titan is the best opportunity we have to study conditions very similar to our own planet in terms of climate, meteorology and astrobiology and at the same time a unique world on its own, a paradise for exploring new geological, atmospheric and internal processes.?

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    Gates: New Windows 8 system is 'very exciting'

    Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates speaks to the media during an interview regarding his efforts to eliminate polio, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, in New York. Microsoft founder Bill Gates on Thursday called the new Windows 8 operating system scheduled for release next month "a very exciting new product" and "a very big deal" for the world's largest software maker. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

    Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates speaks to the media during an interview regarding his efforts to eliminate polio, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, in New York. Microsoft founder Bill Gates on Thursday called the new Windows 8 operating system scheduled for release next month "a very exciting new product" and "a very big deal" for the world's largest software maker. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

    (AP) ? Microsoft founder Bill Gates on Thursday called the new Windows 8 operating system scheduled for release next month "a very exciting new product" and "a very big deal" for the world's largest software maker.

    Gates said in an interview with The Associated Press that he is already using Windows 8 "and I'm very pleased with it."

    Windows 8 is Microsoft's biggest overhaul of Windows in more than a decade and the company's attempt to stay relevant and exciting in a world where mobile gadgets have started to overshadow personal computers.

    "Hardware partners are doing great things to take advantage of the features," Gates added. "It'll be a big deal."

    Microsoft Corp. will release Windows 8 on Oct. 26 along with a new version of Internet Explorer.

    Gates responded to a question about Windows 8 during an AP interview about the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's key role in a new global campaign to eradicate polio.

    Windows 8 will replace Windows 7 on practically all personal computers sold to consumers.

    It features major changes in the way consumers interact with their machines, and versions of it will also run on tablet computers and smartphones.

    Although Microsoft has grown into much more than a maker of computer operating systems ? providing computer services to corporations and Xbox gaming machines to game enthusiasts ? Windows still accounts for a significant chunk of the company's annual revenue.

    In 2011, Microsoft's "Windows & Windows Live" division generated 27 percent, or $19 billion, of the company's $69.9 billion in annual revenue.


    Associated Press Technology Editor John Simons contributed to this report.

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    US Department of Homeland Security Looking For a Few Good Drones

    "Robotic Aircraft for Public Safety (RAPS)"

    Ah, "Public Safety"! Can't you just see it now? Robot helicopters intelligently lifting flood victims from rooftops, rescuing kittens from treetops, spraying killer bee swarms with sleep inducing chemicals. They'll come to the aid of lost hikers, climbers and avalanche victims. They will patrol for lost boaters and surveil and protect tagged endangered species from predators- human or other. Their eye in the sky will alert emergency services of serious auto accidents, fires, or weather conditions. They will survey bridge structures and other critical infrastructure for damage, weakness and risk of failure. Their sensors will give us early warning of radiation leaks, chemical spills, dangerous pollutants, and excess allergens.

    They will be our Public Safety angel!
    I'm sure this is what our beneficent government has in mind, right?


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    Ahead of the Bell: Bebe

    NEW YORK (AP) ? A Wedbush analyst on Thursday cut her earnings estimates for Bebe Stores Inc., saying that she expects the women's clothing retailer to report a drop in a key sales metric for the fiscal first-quarter.

    Analyst Betty Chen predicted that for the quarter ending in September, Bebe will post a 6 to 8 percent decrease in revenue at stores open at least a year. In comparison, the company posted a same-store sales increase of 7 percent for the same quarter last year.

    The metric is a key measure of a retailer's health, because it excludes revenue from stores that recently opened or closed.

    "We believe the company continues to lose market share to other fast fashion retailers as well as softlines peers, especially given stale promotional messages that are losing resonance with target shoppers as cited by our retail specialists," Chen wrote in a note to investors.

    Chen backed her "Neutral" rating for Bebe, but cut her full-year profit prediction for the company to 7 cents per share from 12 cents per share. Analysts, on average, expect a profit of 6 cents per share, according to a FactSet poll.

    Chen added that while select woven tops and bottoms, along with work-to-wear styles, have sold well, demand for its knit tops hasn't been as strong.

    Bebe shares finished at $4.97 per share on Wednesday after falling to a 52-week low of $4.94 earlier in the session.

    Separately on Thursday, Chen backed her "Neutral" rating for teen clothing retailer Zumiez Inc., predicting a better-than-expected 3 to 5 percent increase in September revenue at stores open at least a year.

    Zumiez shares finished at $27.35 on Wednesday. They are down 35 percent from a 52-week high of $41.96 per share on June 19. They traded as low as $15.85 almost year ago.


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    Thursday, September 27, 2012

    Unions demand Wis. judge let ruling stand


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