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The 2020 Pasadena Showcase House of Design is Postponed, For Second Time

first_imgNon-Profits News The 2020 Pasadena Showcase House of Design is Postponed, For Second Time Virtual Gala and Sneak Peek Coming Soon STAFF REPORTS Published on Friday, May 15, 2020 | 11:18 am 147 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena STAFF REPORT Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Community News STAFF REPORT First Heatwave Expected Next Week Your email address will not be published. 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You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeauty More Cool Stuffcenter_img Subscribe CITY NEWS SERVICE/STAFF REPORT Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  In light of the ongoing uncertainty regarding the COVID-19 situation, after careful consideration Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts, (PSHA) has announced that they will further postpone the June 7 – 28 dates for the Pasadena Showcase House of Design.PSHA Benefit Chair, Jill Fosselman, says the organization remains committed and very excited to present the 2020 Pasadena Showcase House of Design.“We promise to do everything we can to bring about this year’s Showcase House while protecting health and safety,” she says. “Showcase has always been about aspirational design. This year we’re hopeful the complete story of Showcase will be inspirational,” she said.PSHA President, Vikki Sung, says the organization had to make the difficult decision and apologized for any inconvenience the delay may cause. “As a non-profit we still want to be able to fulfill our mission to raise money for music and the arts this year and in the future. We thank everyone for the loyalty and on-going support we have received and are looking forward to bringing our supporters a taste of Showcase as we develop a new plan.”PSHA’s main concern is the continued health and well-being of the extended Showcase family which includes guests, designers, trades, volunteers, vendors, members and the communities that host the beautiful design homes. PSHA will continue to diligently monitor the situation and will have new dates and event information by July 31, 2020, under the guidance of city, state and county health and safety mandates.Ticket holders won’t have to wait long to get a sneak peek of the house. Although PSHA assures that all tickets will be honored at the rescheduled home tour, those that have already purchased tickets will also be treated to a special bonus, a Virtual Gala planned for this summer.The special, live event will be a behind-the scenes look at the Showcase house and will offer a tour of the home in progress, interviews with designers, never-before-seen product demonstrations, musical performances and the kick off of an exciting online auction with unique items. Current ticket holders will be extended an invitation to join the event for free and others can purchase tickets at www.pasadenashowcase.org for $25.00 plus a small transaction fee.PSHA worked aggressively to ensure that construction safely continued in the design areas. Over the past two months, PSHA collaborated with the designers and their trades to follow all health and safety mandates, including requiring facial coverings, repeated hand sanitizing, severely reducing the number of and location of workers, and continued site inspection for compliance. “We were a construction site when we were hit by COVID-19, and as the Site Superintendent, I took my responsibility for the health and safety of our workers and volunteers seriously, says Jill Fosselman. “I am so grateful for everyone who chose to work at the site within the health and safety mandates, and so incredibly proud that we all pulled together safely to finish the construction. It’s an amazing family home that’s undergone significant upgrades and modernizations,” she says. “What I love most is that the improvements honor and respect the historic integrity of the home and original architectural vision.”The 2020 Showcase House of Design promises to be a special home tour worth waiting for. The Federal-country style home, designed by “Hollywood Society’s Architect” Gerard R. Colcord, is situated on park-like grounds in leafy north Arcadia. New for this year’s event is a schedule of onsite musical performances and PSHA remains hopeful the Saturday night concerts will continue as planned.To date, PSHA has raised more than $23 million from the Pasadena Showcase House of Design, PSHA’s only fundraiser. Money has gone to support music and art programs throughout Southern California as well as three of the organization’s own music programs, Music MobileTM, Youth Concert and an Instrumental Competition. Each year PSHA awards gifts and grants to a diverse list of local and regional non-profit organizations in support of their efforts in the community. PSHA also underwrites concerts to ensure that the joy of live music is available to a broad range of audiences. Its support of non-profit organizations enriches the community and provides opportunities for a variety of groups, from students to seniors, to learn, enjoy and grow from their experiences in these programs. In addition, PSHA has a longstanding history of supporting the Los Angeles Philharmonic and its community outreach programs.For more information on tickets and updates, please visit the website at www.pasadenashowcase.org. Business News Make a comment 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. Top of the News EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDSlast_img read more


Letterkenny excels in the 2012 Tidy Towns awards

first_img Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Letterkenny excels in the 2012 Tidy Towns awards By News Highland – September 10, 2012 Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Facebookcenter_img Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous articleHasson calls for social housing building programme in DerryNext articleMan seriously ill in hospital after house fire in Plumbridge News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News Letterkeny has retained its gold medal in the 2012 SuperValu TidyTowns Award competition, and has been named the tidiest town in the North West region, as well as in County Donegal.With 310 points, the town was two points behind national winner Abbeyshrule in County Longford, and one point behuind Category winners Westport in County Mayo.Letterkenny is also one of ten towns across Ireland in the running for a prestigious tourism award, which will be announced at a later date.Anne McGowan of the Letterkeny Tidy Towns committee says they are delighted with the results today:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/anne1pmTIDY.mp3[/podcast]A gold medal was also won by Glenties, with 304 points. Malin and Raphoe both secured silver medals with 303 and 297 points respectively.A silver medal was also won by Buncrana, with 292 points.Carrigart secured a bronze medal with 300 points, as well as retaining the national Gaeltacht award, which it has held for a number of years.Ther endeavour award for Donegal went to Manorcunningham with 200 points, up 6.3% on last year. Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennanlast_img read more



first_imgIS IT TRUE that the State of Illinois blew the deadline of passing a budget by July 1, 2017 and is now moving into its third year without a budget?…having their debt downgraded to junk ratings is now imminent which will make infrastructure and maintenance improvements more expensive by raising the interest rates to banana republic levels?…Illinois still is not caught up on $16 Billion in routine expenses and another Billion in fees and penalties?…the financial meltdown of Illinois is run from Chicago and the rest of the state is locked into the bus hat Chicago drove off a cliff?…Chicago is also being assisted to fight street crime by the federal government because they can’t seem to keep murders and shootings down to video game levels?…it is a sad state of affairs across the Wabash River?IS IT TRUE last week the City of Evansville was grappling with a request to allocate $100,000 tax dollars for the purpose of helping poor people with repairs to their homes?…one writer even opined that $100,000 is like buying a cheeseburger to a city with a budget of over $300 Million and the writer is correct?…what the writer conveniently ignores is that $100,000 tossed into the sea of disrepair that makes up several areas of Evansville isn’t even enough to repair broken mailboxes much less a significant number of homes?…it is enough to show favoritism to a fraction of a percent of the people struggling with dilapidation and favoritism or downright cronyism is always at play when public money assists private problems?…from “who gets a “Front Door Pride” house to who gets to rent a $180,000 house at below market rate, to what contractors get approved to do the repairs at inflated prices, there is always the appearance of cronyism and corruption with such programs?IS IT TRUE that former DMD Director Tom Barnett gave the CCO a tour of some of the areas of worse dilapidation once?…Director Barnett’s statement to the CCO was that Evansville has 10,000 houses that need over $100,000 in repairs to be habitable?…that amounts to a billion dollar problem with dilapidated houses?…$100,000 is 0.01% of what was needed to address this problem 7 years ago?…what the magnitude of this problem should drive home is that there is no damn money for nonsensical things like penguin exhibits, ball fields, and welfare hotels but our elected leaders keep obsessing over fun and games which the roofs fall in?…tossing $100,000 at a crony driven housing assistance program makes about as much sense as putting a cup of boiling water into the Ohio River to warm it up in January?…it does however make more sense than spending millions on a penguin park?…saving the money for real collective benefit is even better?…we know the hungry sharks are circling the potential for $100,000 if graft,to be authorized, and it probably will be, but it just perpetuates irresponsible management to do so?Todays “READERS POLL” question is: Would you join a positive and non-violent protest in support of the City of Evansville Police and Firemen receiving an increase in salaries and healthcare benefits?We urge you to take time and click the section we have reserved for the daily recaps of the activities of our local Law Enforcement professionals. This section is located on the upper right side of our publication.If you would like to advertise or submit and article in the CCO please contact us City-County [email protected] FOOTNOTE:  Any comments posted in this column doesn’t represents the views or opinions of our advertisers.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more


What’s already been a pretty good season for Mitchell Hunt got even better early Thursday afternoon.

first_imgHunt ran fourth in the second of two rescheduled Modified qualifying features to earn his career-first start in the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s main event.“This is pretty much what I’ve dreamed about since I was little,” said Hunt, 19 years old, from Greenville, Mich., and grandson of 1998 Super Nationals qualifier Jerry Pace. “Our season has already been phenomenal. This is amazing.”A regular at I-96 Speedway and Crystal Motor Speedway, Hunt made his first trip to Super Nationals four years ago to race in the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.His morning started with a heat race win and ended with Hunt chasing Jeff Aikey, Riley Simmons and Jay Noteboom across the finish line.“I tried to keep my nose clean and stay close to the bottom. Right around the tires was where I was at,” he said. “If you can keep up with Jay Noteboom, you’re doing good.” Mitchell Hunt’s fourth place finish in the second rescheduled Modified feature put him on the starting grid for the main event at Super Nationals. (IMCA Photo)last_img read more


Nick Buoniconti, Hall of Fame linebacker, dies at 78

first_imgBuoniconti was examined by a Boston University physician in 2017, who said Buoniconti had all the signs of CTE. However, a conclusive diagnosis was impossible — at this point the only way to determine if someone has CTE is to examine the brain after a person has passed.With that, Buoniconti pledged in 2017 to donate his brain for research.During his playing career, Buoniconti was known as a force on the field. He spent the first seven years of his 14-year career with the Boston Patriots before he was traded to the Dolphins in 1969.Buoniconti said he was devastated when his hometown Patriots traded him and considered retiring but decided to stay with Miami. His decision led him to be part of the famous “No Name Defense” and a legendary 1972 Dolphins team that went 17-0 en route to winning Super Bowl 7 and then was part of the 1973 team that saw the Dolphins win Super Bowl 8.Buoniconti retired in 1976 with two Pro Bowl and six AFL All-Star selections under his belt. In 2001 he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In addition to becoming a TV presence on HBO’s trailblazing “Inside the NFL” in the 1980s, he also eventually started the Buoniconti Fund after his son Marc became paralyzed during a college football game in 1985. This organization helped launch the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, which has become a huge contributor to neurological research.NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, in a statement issued Wednesday afternoon, noted Buoniconti’s contributions on the field and off:”All of us at the NFL are deeply saddened by the passing of Nick Buoniconti. Nick will be remembered as a champion on and off the field. He was the leader of one of the most dominant NFL teams in history and earned his place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame with his grit, fearlessness and skill while playing with the Patriots and Dolphins.”Nick was also a broadcaster and businessman, but his biggest impact was through the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, which he co-founded in 1985. The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis has become one of the country’s largest neurological centers and has provided funds for spinal and brain research; as well as hope and comfort to thousands of people and their families. We extend our condolences to his wife Lynn, his daughter Gina, his sons Marc and Nick, and his entire family.”In the HBO documentary, Marc said: “We’re both, in a way, paralyzed. I’m paralyzed because I can’t do the basic things in life. It’s not pleasant to think about where my life is going to take me.” Nick Buoniconti, who helped the Dolphins win Super Bowls 7 and 8 in the early 1970s, has died, the team confirmed Wednesday. He was 78.The Hall of Fame linebacker had been battling dementia and showing signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), which was highlighted in HBO’s documentary “The Many Lives of Nick Buoniconti.” In the documentary, Buoniconti was healthy enough to conduct the interview from his home but described how he had a hard time keeping his thoughts straight.“Everything is jumbled for me. It’s just not possible for me to do it without stumbling,” Buoniconti said in the documentary. Related News NFL news and notes: Dolphins make coaching moves; Ezekiel Elliott still a no-showcenter_img Ryan Fitzpatrick ‘leading the way’ to be Dolphins’ starting QB, Brian Flores says When asked in 2017 if he would have kept playing if he knew what years of hits and concussions would do to his brain, Nick Buoniconti didn’t sugarcoat his answer.“I didn’t have any idea the price would be this debilitating,” he said, via the Palm Beach Post. “Had I known, would I have played? I had no alternative; there was no other way for me to get a college education. Football kept rewarding me — I can’t deny that. But I’m paying the price.“Everybody pays the piper.”last_img read more