Coffee Republic appoints new ops head

first_imgCoffee Republic, the Arab Investments-backed chain, has appointed Patrick Mooney as its new UK and international head of operations.Mooney joins the c135-strong chain from Sainsbury’s, where he was project operations manager, which included overseeing the supermarket’s launch of its Fresh Kitchen food-on-the-move concept, according to M&C Report, a sister title of British Baker.Previous to this he spent two years as an area manager at Eat and over four years at Pret A Manger.He replaces Vincent Healy, who joined the company at the start of 2011. Healy has left the group to become a retail consultant at Retail Inc.last_img read more

Wu-Tang Clan Confirms New Album With “People Say” Featuring Redman

first_imgYesterday, Wu-Tang Clan shared a new track “People Say” featuring Redman without any peep on their website or socials. The rumor cycle spun out of control with predictions of a new album, or presumptions that it might be from Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, which is technically owned by pharma CEO Martin Shkreli. A few hours after the release, suspicions were confirmed by the hip-hop masters that indeed there is a new album on the way, Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues, due out October 13. The forthcoming record is produced by RZA and Mathematics.RZA explains in a press release, “For years, Math has had the idea of putting together a body of music using modern and legendary equipment such as ASR10 with vocal performances by Wu-Tang Clan members and other prominent MCs.” He continues, “With The Saga Continues he’s created a masterpiece. We at 36 Chambers ALC are honored to work with Mathematics and Wu-Tang Clan to put out a great piece of art.”Following their 2014 A Better Tomorrow, “People Say” is the second single from 2017 alongside “Don’t Stop,” which was part of the HBO comedy Silicon Valley soundtrack. Taste the first piece of Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues below:Wu-Tang Clan will tour as both solo and group performances throughout the U.S. this fall.Wu-Tang Clan 2017 Tour Dates:09/01 — Kalamazoo, MI @ The Back Room *09/03 — Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field ^09/07 — Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room *09/10 — Clio, MI @ Cannibis Cup09/15 — Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bowl #09/16 — Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest09/17 — Los Angeles, CA @ Paid Dues Fest *09/22 — Tulsa, OK @ The Vanguard *09/24 — Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey *09/25 — Austin, TX @ Antone’s *09/26 — San Antonio, TX @ The Korova *10/06 — St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Bar & Hall *10/07 — Los Angeles, CA @ Globe Theater *10/08 — Atlanta, GA @ Georgia Freight Depot #10/21 — Chicago, IL @ Navy Pier #* = Raekwon solo^ = Method Man & Redman# = Ghostface Killah sololast_img read more

A tale of two cities

first_imgThe complex ecosystem of the American city provides a rich source of both study and inspiration. That fact could not have been clearer than at “The City as Subject,” a Radcliffe on the Road event held in January at the Peninsula Hotel in Chicago. The lunchtime event brought together two social scientists and an artist to talk about how the city has affected their work.In her introductory remarks, Radcliffe Institute Dean Lizabeth Cohen pointed out that the day’s program could be considered a tale of two cities, Boston and Chicago, given that two of the presenters had spent significant time in both. Read Full Storylast_img read more

Fun Home’s Michael Cerveris & Judy Kuhn Are Taking Your Questions!

first_img Related Shows Fun Home Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 10, 2016 Welcome to our couch at Broadway.com HQ! Fun Home stars Michael Cerveris and Judy Kuhn are leaving the Bechdel Funeral Home for the afternoon to answer your questions in their very own “Ask a Star” video. This onstage duo has a whopping 19 Broadway credits between them, including Cerveris’ Tony-winning performance in Assassins and Kuhn’s Tony-nominated turns in She Loves Me, Chess and Les Miserables. Submit your questions for the talented pair below, then tune in to Broadway.com to see their answers!<a data-cke-saved-href="https://broadway.wufoo.com/forms/zd1tl780hl8xp4/" href="https://broadway.wufoo.com/forms/zd1tl780hl8xp4/">Fill out my Wufoo form!</a> View Commentslast_img read more

Gov’t, rebels clash in Igabras

first_imgAlso, he added, the 61IB received intelligence information that the NPA was planning to sabotage the operation of Century Peak Energy Corp. (CPEC) in Igbaras. Batara said his troops checked out the area after having been alerted by concerned civilians about armed men here. Batara said all of his men were unhurt. But he believed they may have wounded some rebels, noting trails of blood along the rebels’ escape path. Soldiers recovered an M16 armalite rifle, bullets, a magazine, a bandolier, an NPA flag, medical supplies, food packs, propaganda materials and personal items. The rebels fled after several minutes of firefight, according to Lieutenant Colonel Joel Benedict Batara, commanding officer of the 61IB.center_img ILOILO City – The Philippine Army and New People’s Army (NPA) exchanged fire in Barangay Corocuan, Igbaras, Iloilo on June 6. Troops of the 61st Infantry Battalion (61IB) encountered some 10 rebels while on a combat operation around 2 p.m. “These terrorists were already declared persona non grata by the people of Igbaras because of their atrocities which hamper peace and development in the area,” said Batara./PNlast_img read more

HEALTH HAZARD: DOH warns of adverse health effects from oil spill

first_imgAccording to Sta. Lucia, the top three leading causes of health complaints in evacuation centers were difficulty of breathing, nasal congestion and sore throat. ILOILO City – Harsh fumes from the bunker fuel that spilled from a power barge in Barangay Bo. Obrero, Lapuz district pose serious health threats, the Department of Health (DOH) Center for Health Development in Western Visayas cautioned coastal residents adversely affected by the July 3 oil spill. * Consult the doctor if symptoms do not improve * Nasal irritation and nausea may be experience To ensure health and nutrition of affected residents, the DOH-6 also forwarded recommendations to the City Health Office. These were the following: * Pregnancy tests kit should be made available * Stay away from the area when you see or smell oil on the beach * Anticipation and management of communicable diseases * Prolonged contact may cause skin reddening, edema and burning For adolescents   * Provide flu vaccination * Good hygiene practices * Regular check-ups for senior –BP blood, sugar check-up The latest Philippine Coast Guard estimate of the volume of bunker oil that spilled out of the ruptured tank of AC Energy’s power barge in Bo. Obrero was at 251,000 liters, reaching as far as Guimaras’ coastal barangays and the northern coastal towns of Leganes and Dumangas in Iloilo province. * Ensure ready emergency transport vehicle * Ensure prepositioning of family planning commodities * Stays indoors in an air-conditioned area and avoid strenuous outdoor activity * Restrict movement outside * Do not use oil-contaminated water for human or animal consumption * wear protective gear like gowns, gloves, boots and goggles For women with partners but are not pregnant * Prevention of abuse * Ensure adequate lighting * Effects on skin may worsen by subsequent exposure to UV rays from the sun * Separate toilets and bath for boys and girls or 1 room per family * Ensure safety from abuse or rape * Informed consent and volunteerism when counseling and providing family planning methods * Do not fish in oil spill-affected waters The DOH-6 also presented ways to cope up with the oil spill. These were the following: * Ensure their pre-natal package is provided For senior citizens * Injury prevention for children-adult supervision at all times * Do not eat fish, shellfish and other seafood from the area with oily residue or fish that has petroleum odor For Children These residents of Barangay Bo. Obrero, Lapuz, Iloilo City help in the cleanup operation of the oil spill from Power Barge 102. Prolonged exposure the spilled bunker oil may bring adverse health effects, the Department of Health warns. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN For responders and clean-u workers: These 255 families were made up of 931 individuals who temporarily moved to four evacuation centers. Sta. Lucia urged the public to avoid eating fish, shellfish and other seafood from areas with oily residue or seafood with petroleum odor. * Repeated exposure may cause upper respiratory tract conditions * Avoid contact with sediment, sand, soil, or outdoor/indoor surfaces with visible oil contamination According to Sta. Lucia, adverse health effects from harsh fumes of spilled bunker oil can be avoided if warnings are diligently heeded For infants * Provision of malong to mothers * Set-up a safe space by setting up a women and child protection desk (to be coordinated with PNP) * Prevent pets from entering oil-contaminated areas As of July 8, the number of families in Barangay Bo. Obrero adversely affected by the oil spill reached 255, according to the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO). * Acute inhalation may lead to euphoria, vertigo, headache and chest pain Sta. Lucia listed negative health effects of spilled bunker oil. These were the following: * dispose used gloves properly For pregnant women   * Wash skin which has come in contact with oil-contaminated water, with soap and water * Do not swim in areas affected by the oil spill * If possible pregnant women should have another venue where they can be protected from COVID-19 * If possible senior citizens to be accommodated on lower floor to prevent falls from stairs an slipping from wet area * Remind seniors on their maintenance medicines “Affected families and individuals in Bo. Obrero and nearby areas are advised to stay away from the area especially if oil is evident,” according to Dr. May Ann Soliva-Sta. Lucia, head of DOH-6’s health emergency management staff. * Triage, check exposure, database immunization review at heath center * Immunization * wash oiled clothing and goggles after each clean-up operation She assured health protocols such as physical distancing are enforced in evacuation centers to prevent transmission of coronavirus disease 2019./PNlast_img read more

Otamendi wins derby to fire City 11 clear

first_imgCity’s win at a snowy Old Trafford was their 14th in succession in the Premier League, equalling the English top-flight record and setting a new benchmark for consecutive victories within the same campaign.It also gave City an enormous advantage at the summit and with Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal having all lost ground this weekend, it will take a calamity to deprive Guardiola’s team of the title.Guardiola has beaten opposite number Jose Mourinho in nine of their 20 meetings and this latest win came with the added satisfaction of denying United a club-record 41st home game without defeat.City  were also the last team to emerge victorious at Old Trafford, winning 2-1 in Guardiola’s first Manchester derby in September 2016.United saw a run of four wins come to an end and having lost eight of the last 13 derbies, they will find it harder to play down talk of a Manchester power shift.Romelu Lukaku and Juan mata react after a missed chance during the Manchester Derby on December 10, 2017. PHOTO/Daily MailIn switching to a back four and naming a fleet-footed attacking quartet of Rashford, Lukaku, Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial, Mourinho made it clear he would look to hit City on the break.The visitors were allowed to make the running and their crisp exchanges gave United moments of alarm on the edge of their own penalty area.Raheem Sterling created a shooting chance after a neat-one two with Gabriel Jesus and Jesus procured a sight of goal by sending Marcos Rojo crashing to the turf, but both players shot straight at David de Gea.City made De Gea  work hard for the first time in the 42nd minute when Leroy Sane controlled Fabian Delph’s deep cross on his thigh and obliged the Spaniard to tip his rasping drive over the bar.– Ederson double save –From the corner that followed, City took the lead.Kevin De Bruyne’s ball from the City right struck Lukaku and skipped up for Silva to leap and hook a close-range volley past De Gea.City’s fans were goading United, mocking cries of “Hoof!” emanating from the away end every time the hosts launched the ball forwards, but it was from one such agricultural attack that Mourinho’s men drew level.After Otamendi mistimed his attempt to head away a hopeful high ball from his Argentina team-mate Rojo, Delph allowed the ball to skip past him and Rashford darted in to clip a low shot past Ederson.Rojo departed at half-time, having been involved in a clash of heads with Silva, while Ilkay Gundogan replaced City skipper Vincent Kompany, with Fernandinho dropping to centre-back.United looked more enterprising early in the second half, but another set-piece in the 54th minute — and another Lukaku blunder — would prove their undoing.Manchester City’s Leroy Sane goes down under a challenge from Manchester United’s Antonio Valencia during the Manchester Derby on December 10, 2017. PHOTO/Daily MailIn attempting to clear Silva’s free-kick from the City left, Lukaku succeeded only in swiping it against Chris Smalling and Otamendi followed Silva’s first-half lead by beating De Gea with an acrobatic volley.Apparently unconvinced by Fernandinho’s stint at centre-back, Guardiola made another change soon after, sending on Eliaquim Mangala for Jesus and redeploying Silva as an unorthodox centre-forward.United were unable to make the most of the chances they created in the latter stages, with Lukaku shooting over from edge of the box and Rashford drawing a save from Ederson at his near post.City remained a threat on the counter, De Bruyne drawing a sharp one-handed stop from De Gea with a skidding left-footer.Mourinho introduced Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the last 10 minutes, but still City resisted, Ederson producing an astonishing double save to thwart Lukaku and substitute Juan Mata from Martial’s volleyed cross.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Nicolas Otamendi celebrates his winning goal for Manchester City against manchester United. PHOTO/DailyMailMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Dec 10- Manchester United’s defensive deficiencies gifted Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City a 2-1 derby victory on Sunday that allowed them to establish a massive 11-point lead in the Premier League.Romelu Lukaku was United’s fall guy, his failure to clear two set-pieces enabling David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi to score either side of Marcus Rashford’s opportunistic equaliser in first-half injury time.last_img read more