Barnaby’s South Bend closed until Friday

first_imgIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Twitter TAGSannouncementBarnaby’s South BendclosedFacebookIndianarestauranttemporary WhatsApp Twitter (Photo Supplied/Barnaby’s South Bend) Barnaby’s South Bend has closed down operations until Friday.The restaurant made the announcement on Facebook over the weekend, stating they’re only closing out of an abundance of caution, and that they are working hard to ensure the safety of both their staff and the community.For more details, click here. Pinterest Previous articleAmerican Cancer Society hoping for Hoosier $2 increase in cig taxNext articleOne dead, one injured in Michigan City shooting Saturday Brooklyne Beatty Pinterestcenter_img Google+ By Brooklyne Beatty – January 25, 2021 0 579 Facebook Facebook Barnaby’s South Bend closed until Friday Google+ WhatsApplast_img read more

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros Deliver Smooth Segues, “Tomorrow Never Knows” Cover In Cincinnati [Full Audio]

first_imgOn Wednesday night, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros continued their early-2019 trek with a performance at the Taft Theatre in Cincinnati, OH.The show got underway with “Friend of the Devil” followed by the tour’s second rendition of Bob Weir/Rob Wasserman collab “The Winners”. Weir’s Blue Mountain track “Lay My Lily Down” came next, followed by “Me and My Uncle”, “Loose Lucy”, and “Eternity”. Set one came to a close with a smoothly segued “Ashes and Glass” > “Don’t Let Go” > “Ashes and Glass” segment that foreshadowed the fluid playing to come in set two.The second frame kicked off with “Playing In The Band”. That moved smoothly into another segue sandwich which took the crowd through “The Music Never Stopped” and into “Easy Answers” before returning to “The Music Never Stopped” for a brief reprise. Next up was Weir’s classic pairing of “Lost Sailor” > “Saint of Circumstance”, which moved seamlessly into Wolf Bros’ tour debut of The Beatles‘ Revolver classic, “Tomorrow Never Knows”. The segues continued as the band moved into “Wharf Rat” and “Going Down The Road Feeling Bad” to cap the nearly non-stop set. Finally, the band returned to the stage to deliver a “Touch of Grey” encore.You can listen to a full audience audio recording of the show below:Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – 3/6/19 – Full Audio[Audio: user MYJIBBOO]Bob Weir and Wolf Bros continue their tour on Friday, March 8th with a performance at the newly renovated and reopened Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia, PA. For a full list of upcoming dates, head here.Setlist: Bob Weir and Wolf Bros | Taft Theatre | Cincinnati, OH | 3/6/19Set One: Friend of the Devil, The Winners, Lay My Lily Down, Me & My Uncle, Loose Lucy, Eternity, Ashes & Glass > Don’t Let Go > Ashes & GlassSet Two: Playing In The Band > The Music Never Stopped > Easy Answers > The Music Never Stopped (reprise), Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance, Tomorrow Never Knows > I Need A Miracle > Wharf Rat > Going Down The Road Feeling BadEncore: Touch of Greylast_img read more

Sinclair Broadcasting ends Eric Bolling’s weekly show

first_imgNEW YORK (AP) — The Sinclair Broadcast Group says it is ending its “America This Week” show with former Fox News personality Eric Bolling. The company said in a statement that Bolling has decided to pursue other professional opportunities. The show was distributed to Sinclair’s 81 stations across the country but has attracted negative attention for comments about the coronavirus. The company had to pull one show last summer when Bolling interviewed a woman who peddled a false conspiracy theory about Dr. Anthony Fauci and the virus’ origination. He has also questioned the effectiveness of masks. Bolling tweeted that he’s starting a podcast featuring “fun banter” with former NFL quarterback Brett Favre.last_img

National Comedy Center Temporarily Closes

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Image by Justin Gould / WNYNewsNow.JAMESTOWN – The National Comedy Center announced Sunday night that it is closing the Comedy Center and the Lucy Desi Museum temporarily, effective immediately until further notice, as a precautionary measure.The National Comedy Center says their highest priority is keeping its visitors, employees and volunteers healthy and safe.“While there are no COVID-19 cases associated with either museum, it is necessary to take these measures in order to limit the spread of this virus in accordance with recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and government officials,” officials said.The National Comedy Center will publish updates regarding the museum reopening date on its website and social media platforms, once that date has been determined. last_img read more

Weekly unemployment claims continue to climb

first_imgWeek Ending February 28, 2009. There were 1,543 new regular benefit claims for Unemployment Insurance last week, an increase of 242 from the week before. Altogether 18,255 new and continuing claims were filed, 822 more than a week ago and 6,891 more than a year earlier. The Department also processed 2,804 First Tier claims for benefits under Emergency Unemployment Compensation, 2008 (EUC08), 957 more than a week ago. In addition, there were 898 Second Tier claims for benefits processed under the EUC08 program. The Unemployment Weekly Report can be found at: is external). Previously released Unemployment Weekly Reports and other UI reports can be found at: is external)last_img

The dice men

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UK pensions regulator given power to oversee master trusts

first_imgThe announcement comes after repeated calls from the regulator to grant it further powers to scrutinise the master trust market, which has been taking in the vast majority of new pension savers enrolled into an occupational scheme as the UK continues with its auto-enrolment reforms.Andrew Warwick-Thompson, executive director for regulatory policy at TPR, has previously told IPE the growing number of master trusts – estimated to be more than 100, with 73 active – needed to be restricted.“We need to think very hard about how we prevent more master trusts coming into the market, and what we do with those that struggle to reach any kind of sustainable level of business in the next year or so,” he said in January.In April, he then hinted that a licensing regime might be forthcoming. However, Altmann said in an interview with IPE in early May she was opposed to the idea of restricting the number of master trusts.“Let a thousand flowers bloom,” she said. “I am happy for as many master trusts to set up as want to as long as members’ money is protected – and there are proper controls on who can set them up and what they can do.”Tom Barton of law firm Pinsent Masons questioned whether the greater powers granted TPR came too late.“There are already very large numbers of master trusts up and running and taking in contributions,” he said.“This looks like a fairly belated attempt to create a barrier to entry – unless it is to apply to existing schemes, too.”Kate Smith, head of pensions at Aegon UK, echoed Barton’s call for the stricter entry requirements to be retrospective.“All existing master trusts must demonstrate they meet the new criteria or have plans in place to achieve them within a reasonable timeframe,” she said.“This should give confidence to all pension savers.”IPE’s full interview with Ros Altmann will be published in the upcoming June issue of IPE The UK’s Pensions Regulator (TPR) is to be granted greater powers to regulate the growing master trust market under plans announced by government.The government, unveiling its legislative agenda for the next year as part of the Queen’s Speech, confirmed its earlier pledge to change the way the market is regulated. Although not directly mentioned by the British monarch during her speech to Parliament, the forthcoming Pensions Bill will also cap early-exit fees charged by trust-based pension providers.Pensions minister Ros Altmann said the bill would provide “essential protections” for members of master trusts, with any new master trusts entering the market expected to meet “strict new criteria”, according to the government.last_img read more

The trending design terms you need to know

first_imgVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:11Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:11 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen5 tips to style your home for sale01:12By now interior design enthusiasts are pretty accustomed to terms like industrialist, minimalist and ‘Scandi’, but what about ‘Japandi’, ‘Hygge’ and ‘Lagom’?According to Graham and Brown design and trend expert, Paula Taylor, these are the hot-ticket design terms of 2019, and they’re right up there with hybrid, eclectic and geometric when it comes to phrases every renovator should know.Ms Taylor explained Japandi was a cross between Scandinavian pared-back design and the Japanese ethos of finding perfection in the imperfect.In the home, that’s giving rise to rustic textures and is also a nod to recycling and repurposing, which is further embraced through techniques like kintsugi.“Kintsugi refers to the art of repairing broken items by highlighting the breaks with colours such as gold and silver,” Ms Taylor said.In yet another ode to the beauty of Scandinavian design, Ms Taylor said Hygge and Lagom are also common terms circulating in interior design this year.Offering ‘just the right amount’ of glamour and simplicity, Balance Blush and Rose Gold wallpaper illustrates the trending design term that is Lagom.“The terms Hygge, which mean cosiness and comfort, and Lagom, meaning ‘just the right amount’, are very commonplace at the moment and will keep you in with interior designers.”Meanwhile, eclectic is a term that’s here to stay and hybrid is no longer confined to vehicles.Ms Taylor said eclectic is both a nod to past trends and a reflection of global influences.It reflects a mix of design styles, allowing renovators to showcase their own sense of fun while embracing their favourite influences.Hybrid, on the other hand, is a trend that combines tropical, foliage and some geometrics to create a “cornucopia of designs”. Perch Blush wallpaper by Graham and Brown showcases the ‘hybrid’ trend that renovators are readily embracing this season.“This is a feast for the senses that draws on the lush continents of the tropics combined with an emboldened colour palette.”As for the biggest trend of the year, Ms Taylor said it was the use of stylised geometric patterns which took its cue from the Bauhaus movement.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago“One of the biggest turnarounds we’ve seen in interior design has been the rise of geometric patterns …“Big arches, fine lines, and rounded shapes are moving geometrics on from the art deco styling that we have plundered for the last few seasons and will shake up the trend.” Botanica Teal is a stylized approach to a botanical design.When it comes to selecting the style that suits a home the best, Ms Taylor said it was all about embracing a style the homeowners felt comfortable with.“Does the pared-back feeling of Lagom suit your lifestyle, can you live without clutter and only the most beautiful essentials around you?“Or, if you simply love all your treasures from your travels either around the globe or through life, then the eclectic trend may speak to your sense of playfulness. “The key is to interpret the trends to best suit your lifestyle, not try and restyle your life to fit a trend.”last_img read more

Rodgers: No bid for Skrtel

first_imgLiverpool manager Brendan Rodgers claims the club have not received any approach for defender Martin Skrtel. It has been reported that Napoli, now managed by Skrtel’s former Reds boss Rafael Benitez, have had a £10million offer for the Slovakia international turned down by the Anfield club. Rodgers says that was news to him and he would have been informed had a bid been made. Rodgers said: “I feel for big Seba. He has obviously played in the latter part of that game and picked up a similar injury to what Martin Skrtel had last year. It is probably going to rule him out for most of the season, which is a big problem. “He’s never given me a moment’s problem since I came in here. This was probably a year where he needed to go out and play. This has unfortunately put an end to that.” One move Liverpool have made in the transfer market this week is to sign Valencia’s French left-back Aly Cissokho on a season-long loan. The 25-year-old, who has one France cap and has previously played for Lyon and Porto, brings strength to a position in which Rodgers only had Jose Enrique to call upon. Rodgers said: “I think he provides competition for Enrique. He is a player with experience. A few years back he went for 15million euros (£12.8million). He is a player with qualities. “The idea was to build a squad and to make it competitive. It was important to bring in someone so that if anything happens to Jose he can come straight into the team, and to fight for the position. “Hopefully that will get the best out of both of them.” When asked if there had been an approach, Rodgers said: “No, not at all. I haven’t been told anything about that whatsoever. It was mentioned this morning but it is the first I have heard of it. “Ian Ayre, our managing director, does a terrific job and he always informs me straight away of anything. I haven’t heard anything.” Skrtel, 28, appeared to fall out of favour last season and faces increased competition for his place this term following the summer signing of Kolo Toure. But with fringe player Sebastian Coates suffering a serious knee injury playing for Uruguay last week, Rodgers says he may even need to strengthen in central defence. Rodgers said: “I think it is something we are looking at certainly, a player to come in in that position. One to strengthen the squad and two to allow some of our younger players to develop. “I think to maximise Andre Wisdom’s talent we need to get him some games and the idea is to get him out on loan. We can only do that if I get in someone with more experience to support the group.” Wisdom, 20, showed potential when operating at right-back last season but with Glen Johnson first choice in that position he did play in central defence in pre-season. Coates, 22, has failed to establish himself since his arrival two years ago and had been linked with a move away before his injury. Press Associationlast_img read more

Shead girls, Machias boys among basketball teams in state championship games

first_imgELLSWORTH — The George Stevens Academy and Mount Desert Island boys brought regional titles back to Hancock County on Saturday, but the Eagles and Trojans weren’t the only teams from Downeast Maine to cut down the nets over the weekend.Washington County’s Shead Tigerettes and Machias Bulldogs both beat Southern Aroostook on Saturday to win the girls’ and boys’ Class D North titles, respectively. Shead (19-2) will face Vinalhaven (17-4) for the state championship at 1:05 p.m. Saturday, March 4, at the Cross Insurance Center, and Machias (20-1) will face Greenville (20-1) at 2:50.Elsewhere around the state, the four No. 1 seeds in Maine’s largest class size will compete for Class AA titles at the Augusta Civic Center on Saturday. Oxford Hills (19-1) faces Gorham (20-0) for the girls’ title at 6:05, and Portland (18-2) will battle South Portland (17-3) for the boys’ crown at 9:05.Both Messalonskee teams won Class A North titles Friday. The No. 1 girls’ team (21-0) will face Brunswick (18-3) at 1 on Saturday in Augusta, and the boys’ team (16-5) will face Greely (21-0) there following the conclusion of the girls’ game. The Messalonskee boys’ win over Oceanside marked the team’s first regional championship in school history.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn Class B, Kolleen Bouchard and the Houlton girls (20-1) will go for their third consecutive state title against the Gray-New Gloucester Patriots (20-1) on Friday, March 3, in Augusta. The Dexter girls (16-6), who upset both Stearns and GSA in the Class C North tournament, will face Monmouth (18-3) at the Cross Center at 7:05 on Saturday.last_img read more