First Church of the Nazarene: Church in the Park Fundraiser Concert

first_imgHome of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena First Heatwave Expected Next Week Subscribe Community News The First Church of the Nazarene of Pasadena invites everyone to join this special concert on Saturday, September 22, at 2:00 pm in Lee Chapel featuring classical music from some very accomplished young artists, including Justin Yew and Bethany Lai from PazNaz.Admission is free, but there will be a love offering collected with all proceeds going to support Church in the Park, a ministry to the homeless and marginalized of Pasadena. There will be a reception following the concert in Gilmore Hall.The First Church of the Nazarene of Pasadena, 3700 East Sierra Madre Blvd., Pasadena, (626) 351-9631 or visit Make a comment Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Herbeauty10 Special Massage Techniques That Will Make You Return For MoreHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Metabolism-Boosting Foods For Weight LossHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Yoga Poses To Overcome Stress And AnxietyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyRed Meat Is Dangerous And Here Is The ProofHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Trends To Look Like A Bombshell And 6 To Forget AboutHerbeautyHerbeauty Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m.center_img EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Community News 6 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Business News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Religious Music First Church of the Nazarene: Church in the Park Fundraiser Concert Saturday, September 22, at 2:00 pm Published on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 | 6:47 pm More Cool Stuff Top of the News last_img read more

Sanel Borić to play for German club ‘Goslar’

first_imgAfter playing in the US club ‘Tampa Boy Rowdies’ former keeper of Željezničar and Velež, Sanel Borić is returning to Europe.In the next season he’ll be playing in Germany for the club ‘Goslar’ from Hanover.Borić said he’s satisfied with conditions they offered him. During his career he played for Željezničar, Velež, Borussia Neunkirchen.(

Rob Rice Homes Announces New Website

first_imgSubmitted by Rob Rice HomesRob Rice Homes,  a new home builder located in South Puget Sound, Washington, launched a re-designed website that transports future homebuyers to South Puget Sound and the communities that Rob Rice Homes develops in the area.  The website is designed for a better user experience on desktop, tablet and mobile. New home buyers will have access to all neighborhoods and floor plans available by community, fresh blog content, comprehensive community information, easy access site agent contact information and better search engine functionality.“We are thrilled to launch our new website” stated Rob Rice, new home builder  “we want to offer our new home buyers ease of use to the information they need when searching for a new home community in the South Puget Sound area of Washington State.”The site also includes access to available lots in communities, inventory and pricing information, CC&R’s and a buyer’s addendum form, to make it easy for real estate agents and homebuyers to connect with Rob Rice Homes to build the new home of their dreams.We invite you to visit our website at Rob Rice: New home builder Rob Rice has lived in the South Puget Sound area since 1985 and resides in Olympia, WA., with his wife Helena, their two children Alex Michael and Carson.  Rob is a graduate of Washington State University with a degree in architecture and construction management.  In his spare time he enjoys coaching his son’s baseball and basketball teams through the YMCA.Sales Information:Epic Realty, Inc.Kim Showalter, [email protected](360) 754-7010Facebook: more information Rob Rice Homes communities, please visit: Facebook1Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

Eatontown Mayor Proposes Regional Court

first_imgSHREWSBURY — The chairman of the Two River Council of Mayors believes that establishing a regional court complex on a site formerly part of Fort Monmouth could result in significant savings for two river towns.Eatontown Mayor Gerald J. Tarantolo, who chairs the council, proposed the idea of consolodating as many as 10 local municipal courts in a now vacant building that his borough is hoping to obtain from the Department of Defense.“This, hopefully, would save money for the municipalities that are involved,” he said at a meeting of the mayors council in Shrewsbury last Thursday.Eatontown has petitioned the Department of Defense (DOD) and the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) to obtain Mallette Hall, an approximately 57,000 square foot facility on what had been the main post. That location has an auditorium with seating for 600 and an amphitheater with seating for 900.Eatontown has asked for the building for $1, and if it gets it, the structure would be large enough to accommodate Eatontown’s needs for a 30,000 square-foot municipal building, and a regional municipal court for up to 10 area towns, according to Tarantolo.The size and location would seem to make the location ideal, given its proximity to Highway 35 and to FMERA’s proposed Eatontown town. “There’s a lot of parking there, there’s easy access,” he said.Operating a municipal court is an expensive proposition when factoring in salaries for judges, prosecutors, public defenders and staff. Compounding that cost, Tarantolo explained, are mandates from the New Jersey Judiciary requiring upgrades in security, like metal detectors, and other requirements, which would cost each town as much as an additional $50,000.The idea of regionalizing municipal courts for cost savings is not a new one, as Sea Bright currently uses Oceanport’s, West Long Branch relies on Ocean Township and Shrewsbury Township uses Red Bank’s court, Tarantolo noted.The proposal to regional on this scale requires that succeed in obtaining the building for a dollar, the mayor said. He has sent a letter of intent to the Fort Monmouth authority requesting that and has lobbied the authority’s real estate committee.As Eatontown sees it, the mayor said, the town has been responsible for educating the children of military personnel since the 1950s and the amount the DOD reimbursed the town never kept pace with the actual per pupil costs. Tarantolo estimated that his town paid $28 million from 1995-2009 for those public school costs. “My claim is that Eatontown has already purchased that building,” he said.Tarantolo raised the idea at a Two River Council of Mayors meeting a few years ago and the response, “wasn’t negative.”FMERA should notify the borough if it will get Mallette Hall in a couple of months, Tarantolo said.Tarantolo, as one of the three Fort Monmouth host communities, serves on FMERA, along with the mayors of Tinton Falls and Oceanport.The Two River Council of Mayors consists of approximately 13 mayors and a representative from Fort Monmouth, who meet monthly for most of the year to discuss matters concerning the area.last_img read more

‘Boot camp’ gets skaters ready for figure skating season

first_imgFigure skaters from throughout the zone got a head start on the season after attending the West Kootenay Development camp held recently in Nelson.More than 50 young skaters descended on the NDCC Arena for “boot camp” on ice — designed to enhance and develop the abilities of young figure skaters in the West Kootenays.“The camp was open to all skaters from the West Kootenays that are interested in attending a grass roots seminar,” explains Sarah Gower a coach with the Nelson Figure Skating Club. “It’s one component of Skate Canada’s overall development strategy to foster young skaters from the region who eventually may go on to compete at provincial or national levels.”Event organizer Tina Borhi was pleased with the turnout.“We got lots of positive feedback from skaters and parents,” she said. “We had a number of high calibre skaters from out of town attend so the quality of skating was quite high and valuable for the younger skaters to see.”Gower, along with fellow coaches Rachel Stewart and Yoshie Measures teamed up with out of town coaches Sabrina Hinson and Mandy Paulsen to put the skaters through their paces.“We taught the skaters both new elements and elements they are familiar with but done in difficult positions, or difficult entries in the case of a jump,” says Gower, noting this approach wins skaters more points under the new system of judging.“Having five coaches on the ice at once meant that skaters were able to receive lots of input and varied approaches.”Marg Larose from Vernon led the off ice dance sessions while Sabrina Hinson ran the off ice flexibility sessions.last_img read more

The boys are back: Mack, Arcata ready for McKinelyville Tip-off Tournament, Fortuna on the road at St. Helena Tournament

first_imgThe defending co-Big 5 Conference champion and Niclai Tournament champion Fortuna Huskies will begin their season today on the road in St. Helena with a first-round tournament game against El Molino while rivals Arcata and McKinleyville will lace up for the 33rd annual McKinleyville Tip-off Tournament.FortunaThe Huskies claimed thier third Niclai championship in program history with a 75-55 win over McKinleyville last season after Fortuna, McKinleyville and Del Norte finished the regular …last_img

Overqualified Mammals

first_img(Visited 17 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Here are some mammals with capabilities that exceed the requirements of mere survival.Seal GPS:  Live Science reports that Weddell seals in the Antarctic may have GPS guided by earth’s magnetic field.  They have an amazing ability to find their breathing holes in the ice after staying down on complex hunting maneuvers.  This ability, if confirmed to be magnetically based, would have to be extremely precise for them to find spots under the featureless ice to high precision.“The animal always found its way back. It’s like he knew exactly where the hole was,” Fuiman said. “I couldn’t figure out how they would do that. How did they know where they were by the time they turned around?”Fast sniff:  “Neuroscientists have discovered that mice can detect minute differences in the temporal dynamics of the olfactory system,” Science Daily says.  Researchers publishing in PLoS Biology experimented on mice and found that their ability to discriminate between smells is “capable of very high transient information transmission rates” on the order of 13 milliseconds.Time management:  “Many animals may have a previously under-appreciated ability to make up for lost time with more effort,” another article on Science Daily says alongside a photo of African cats and zebras.  It’s more than just measuring the trade-off between speed and accuracy.  Princeton researchers identified “a crucial third component: an ability to expend effort at a greater rate to compensate for any limit to the time spent making a decision.”  A Darwinian tale was concocted to explain this ability:This flexibility gives an animal an advantage, in terms of Darwinian fitness, over individuals that are stuck with a simple trade-off between speed and accuracy, the researchers report. Because of this fitness advantage, the authors predict that the ability to control investment of time and effort separately should be widespread in nature.What this means is that, after the fact, we can see how the trait is beneficial.  It says nothing about how the trait arose.  What mutation in a mammal brain gave it time management skill?Got a job opening?  Hire these mammals!  They’re overqualified, but will work for food.last_img read more

South African TV goes digital

first_img31 October 2008South Africa enters a new era in broadcasting on Saturday, when the country officially starts the conversion of its television broadcasting signal from analogue to digital technology.There will be a period of “dual-illumination” between 1 November this year and 1 November 2011, during which television will be broadcast via both analogue and digital signals.After 1 November 2011, the analogue signal will be switched off, and viewers will need a set-top box to convert the digital signal for their analogue television sets. However, digital-compliant television sets, which do not require set-top boxes, will also be available by then.“Broadcasting digital migration will bring many benefits, including efficient use of the frequency spectrum – a public and scarce resource,” Department of Communications director-general Lyndall Shope-Mafole said at the launch in Johannesburg this week.“It will bring more channels and therefore more diverse content to the South African public.”Special interactive servicesShope-Mafole added that the migration to digital also had the potential for providing special interactive services such as e-government services, as well as features audio descriptions and sub-titling for people with visual and hearing impairments.Digital broadcasting was made necessary by “developments in telecommunications technologies, which enable a more efficient use of the radio frequency spectrum as well as better quality pictures and sound,” Shope-Mafole said.Set-top box subsidySpeaking at the event, Communication Minister Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri said the department would provide subsidies for poorer households to purchase set-top boxes.She said the change meant that there would soon be specialised television services dedicated to education, health, youth and sport, as well as three regional service channels.South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) acting CEO Gab Mampone said the public broadcaster would provide up to eight new video channels in the same bandwidth as one analogue channel.“The migration to digital process is expected to take a minimum of three years,” Mampone said. “Viewers will still be in a position to receive the current analogue services of SABC 1, 2, 3 and e.tV and M-Net.”Two new SABC channels, SABC Entertainment and SABC International – a news channel – were also showcased during the launch.Global shift to digitalThe migration from analogue to digital signal was first agreed to at the International Telecommunication Union, a United Nations agency for telecommunication.The union took a decision that protection for analogue signals would cease in 2015. Member states were given timelines per region to comply with the decision. Africa forms part of region 1, together with Europe and the Middle East.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

Exploring Belize and Guatemala One Geocache at a Time

first_imgSpend sunup to sundown in Tikal National Park where the ancient Mayan city will leave you in an enchanted daze.  Travel back to 300 BC when Tikal was a thriving capital with pyramids, temples, and competitive sports events.TikalGC2A86 was the first physical geocache placed in the country of Guatemala. It was hidden in 2001 and has been found by only 155 lucky geocachers. On the way to the geocache, you’ll encounter howler monkeys, wild turkeys, and some of the most spectacular structures you will ever come across.Wild TurkeyAdditional find: Virtual geocache GCGCX7 takes you to Mundo Perdido or the “Lost World.” Kerstin and Melanie go deep (GC4V72V)-  Caye Caulker, Belize SharePrint RelatedDive in and earn a smiley! – The Blue Hole – Half Moon Caye (GC2KFB8) — Geocache of the WeekMay 28, 2014In “Community”The Seanachai: Keeper of the Old Lore, Reviewer of the New CachesMay 6, 2015In “Community”The Two Millionth Active Geocache – Overwatch #1 (GC46N4E) – Geocache of the WeekMarch 6, 2013In “Community” The small island of Caye Caulker is the perfect place to sit back, grab a beer, and truly relax.  Home to only a few geocaches, you’ll be able to track down all of them in one day if you’re up for it. The only way to get around the small island is by bike or golf cart but bike is the preferred method.Caye Caulker, BelizeGC4V72V requires swimming and complete discretion. This geocache is located at the famous “Split” where many locals and travelers alike swim and hang out. This can also be a challenging one (T2/D4 to be exact).GC4V72V San Ignacio is an amazing and unexpected treat tucked away in the rainforest. This little town in the Cayo district has some of the best day trips right outside the town. You can explore the nearby Mayan ruins, journey through ancient caves (ATM is a must-do!), and soak in the beautiful rainforest.Cahal Pech in San IgnacioYou may have to walk 1.5 miles to find GC324G in neighboring town Santa Elena, but the long walk is worth the find! Meet Feliz, the sweetest “geocache watcher” you will ever meet. She awaits geocachers in her little stone house and will shout clues as you search her front yard for the smiley.Meet FelizJust across the border lies Guatemala, a country full of history, volcanoes, colorful textiles, and approximately 100 geocaches. The Best Guide Cache (GC324GD)- San Ignacio, Belize Mayan Ruins“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine Whenever you get the chance to travel somewhere new, do it. If you add geocaching to the mix, trips become even more adventurous and rewarding. I had the opportunity to travel to Central America  and explore two fascinating and beautiful countries: Belize and Guatemala. Along the way, I geocached underwater, through a rainforest and next to a smoking active volcano.  Here are six amazing geocaches that I found and believe all geocachers should add to their bucket list.First stop was in Belize where the people are friendly, the way of life is chiller than an ice cube, and the geocaching is a blast. There are only 110 active geocaches in the entire country of Belize (yes that’s right, 110.) The  volcano Pacaya is an active and complex volcano just south of Guatemala City. It first erupted 23,000 years ago and has erupted at least 23 times since the Spanish invasion in Guatemala. The last eruption was in 2010 and the evidence is there. Antigua is a city of great historical importance in Guatemala (and it’s surrounded by three volcanoes.)You could spend days wandering the cobble-stoned streets, eating delicious food, and  learning spanish at one of the local schools.AntiguaPack your walking shoes because Multi-Cache GC39G2Y will take you all over the city. The final coordinates will lead you to a stellar view.History awaits       5. Volcan de Pacaya (GCGCXA)- Pacaya, Guatemala PacayaIf you’re up for a challenging hike, this will be your favorite of the six geocaches.  You can choose to go at sunrise or  sunset, and they both are breathtaking experiences. The  molten rocks up at the top are very hot, so bring your leftovers to heat up or some marshmallows to roast.Sunset          6. Santiago Atitlan (GC10TNF)– Santiago, Guatemala Lake Atitlan is a crystal blue lake located in the Guatemala highland. Atitlan is the deepest lake in Guatemala and also the most picturesque with its surrounding volcanoes. It is ringed by small lake towns, all great places to visit.AtitilanYou can take a boat from Panajachel to Santiago to grab this geocache. Soak in the beautiful surroundings and enjoy the unique village of Santiago. You won’t regret it!Myself and Lake AtitlanNo matter where you go in the world, adventure is waiting and there’s always a geocache to be found. What is your dream geocaching vacation?Share with your Friends:More Bienvenidos a la Antigua (GC39G2Y)- Antigua, Guatemala Hot Jungle (GC2A86)- Tikal, Guatemalalast_img read more

Photo: Ohio State LB Joshua Perry Had To Sit Next To A “Joker” Michigan Fan On His Flight Back From Costa Rica

first_imgOhio State's players walking onto the field.COLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 03: A general view as the Ohio State Buckeyes enters the field before the game against the Wisconsin Badgers on November 3, 2007 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Wisconsin 38-17. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)The Ohio State-Michigan rivalry doesn’t just exist domestically. It’s international. Buckeye linebacker Joshua Perry was recently traveling back to the U.S. from Costa Rica. He, unfortunately, came across a Michigan fan at the airport. Then he had to sit in the same row as the Wolverines’ supporter on the plane. It was a friendly encounter, though, it seems. This pic is a gem! We sat next to this joker on the plane back from Costa Rica lol #BucksAbroad #GoBucks!— Joshua Edward Perry (@RIP_JEP) May 21, [email protected]_JEP Don’t worry though… We gave him a fistful of peel on Block-O tattoos at the airport #PlantingFlags #BucksAbroad— Joshua Edward Perry (@RIP_JEP) May 21, 2015We’re not sure what giving a “fistful of peel on Block-O tattoos” means, but it sounds like Perry won the meeting.last_img read more