On Thursday, May 17, the Mayor of the City of Dubrovnik, Mato Franković, signed an Agreement on the donation of 2/3 of the co-ownership space owned by the Republic of Croatia to the Bunić-Kaboga summer house, making the City of Dubrovnik the majority owner of the summer house.Mayor Mato Franković expressed his gratitude to the Government of the Republic of Croatia and the competent ministries for the real understanding of the needs of local self-government units that know best how to activate property in their area and give it a wider social and cultural purpose. The transfer of ownership was approached in order to facilitate the management of the summer house for the purpose of further development of the cultural offer of the City of Dubrovnik.Photo: Bunić Kaboga mansionThe president of the Caboga Stiftung, Dr. Ivo Felner, the legal successor of the Batahovina Foundation, also agreed with the transfer of ownership to the City of Dubrovnik.The market value is estimated at HRK 21,13 million, and in the future this new cultural and tourist product will be managed by the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and the company Baština.
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Alexandre Lacazette shares Arsenal fans’ fury over Davinson Sanchez kick out Kane very nearly missed the north London derby, having butted heads with Cesar Azpilicueta in the midweek defeat to Chelsea, though referee Marriner saw the incident and chose not to take any action.Manager Unai Emery also seemed unhappy with the ref, saying: ‘I think VAR is coming to help the referees. VAR is coming for matches like today.‘For me the referees were with big personality but it’s not enough to make decisions on difficult action in the box, both for them and us.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement The Frenchman seemed a little salty on social media after the game (Picture: Getty)Alexandre Lacazette has joined Arsenal fans in hitting out at Davinson Sanchez for appearing to aim a kick at Gunners defender Laurent Koscielny during the north London derby.The two sides played out a thrilling 1-1 draw on Saturday, with Harry Kane’s second-half penalty cancelling out Aaron Ramsey’s early strike – while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed the chance to win it from the spot late on.Shortly after that miss, Spurs went up the other end and had a set-piece of their own which resulted in a goal mouth scramble.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAs centre-back Sanchez got to his feet, he tussled with Koscielny who was prone on the floor and seemed to lash out at the Arsenal skipper, who looked furious.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe incident was missed by referee Anthony Taylor during the game, though it was picked up by Arsenal fans on social media afterwards.One fan uploaded a clip along with the caption, ‘Will Sanchez get done for this or did Anthony Taylor see it like [Andre] Marriner “saw” the Kane headbutt against Chelsea?’Lacazette appeared to share that grievance, retweeting the comment to his 1.08million Twitter followers, while on Instagram he also ‘liked’ a post showing Kane in an offside positon before winning his penalty and then Jan Vertonghen encroaching for Aubameyang’s miss.Lacazette fuming down in London. pic.twitter.com/KYIoSt1FYn— Arsenal Editor (@Arsenal_Editor) March 2, 2019 Comment Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 2 Mar 2019 6:47 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link304Shares
July 17, 2020 Español, Press Release, Public Health Tres exgobernadores de Pennsylvania expresaron hoy su apoyo a la manera en que el Gobernador Tom Wolf y su administración han respondido a la pandemia de COVID-19, que incluye la aprobación de los esfuerzos de mitigación en todo el estado y el uso de máscaras.“Como exgobernador de Pennsylvania, conozco muy bien la importancia de tomar medidas rápidas para mantener a los residentes de Pennsylvania a salvo durante una crisis”, dijo el exgobernador Mark Schweiker. “El Gobernador Wolf ha trabajado durante esta pandemia tanto para proteger a nuestros ciudadanos como para mantener a nuestra economía en movimiento durante este momento difícil. El decreto de ayer tiene la finalidad de ayudarnos a evitar los problemas de salud pública que enfrentamos la primavera pasada. En mi opinión, estas medidas de verano son parte de una estrategia para ayudarnos a evitar una segunda crisis de salud pública y económica más adelante en el año. Usar una máscara equivale a decir que vamos a vencer al virus ahora, no después cuando ya sea demasiado tarde”.“Todos los residentes de Pennsylvania deberían cumplir las directivas de la Administración Wolf que indican usar una máscara al salir de casa”, dijo el exgobernador Tom Ridge. “Al igual que todos los residentes de Pennsylvania, el Gobernador Wolf y la Secretaria Levine esperan evitar que los picos de COVID-19 afecten a otros estados para que podamos sacar a flote a nuestra economía lo antes posible. Usar una máscara es un acto simple y desinteresado que todos deberíamos apoyar”.“Una pandemia mundial como esta exige liderazgo y medidas rápidas para evitar efectos devastadores en nuestros ciudadanos y nuestra sociedad”, dijo el exgobernador Ed Rendell. “Los esfuerzos de mitigación del Gobernador Wolf han sido eficaces y contundentes, y, como resultado, han salvado la vida de innumerables residentes de Pennsylvania. El aumento reciente significa que debemos unirnos nuevamente como Estado para detener la propagación de esta enfermedad y mantener a nuestros ciudadanos y a nuestras comunidades a salvo. El nuevo decreto del Gobernador sobre la mitigación es lo correcto, es atinado y Pennsylvania estará mejor y más segura gracias a ello. Aliento a todos mis conciudadanos de Pennsylvania a mantenerse a salvo, usar una máscara, practicar el distanciamiento social y ayudar a detener la propagación de esta enfermedad”.La orden más reciente del Gobernador sobre los esfuerzos de mitigación se puede encontrar aquí.La orden de la Secretaria sobre el uso de máscaras se puede encontrar aquí.Las preguntas frecuentes sobre el uso de máscaras se pueden encontrar aquí.View this information in English. Exgobernadores de Pennsylvania expresan su apoyo a la respuesta de la Administración Wolf a la pandemia de COVID-19 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Food & DiningLifestyle Ranchero Frittata by: – May 10, 2012 68 Views no discussions Eating breakfast is essential for a balanced metabolism, and this nutrient-packed egg dish contains a wealth of healthy ingredients. Omega-3-rich eggs, parsley, and olive oil help reduce inflammation. Black beans contain antioxidants and are a great source of fiber, which helps to balance your blood sugar and detoxify your body.Ingredients 6 large omega-3 eggs 2 large omega-3 egg whites Coarse salt and ground pepper 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 1 cup medium onion, finely chopped 1 cup grape tomatoes or cherry tomatoes, halved 2 jalapeno peppers, halved, seeded, and finely chopped 1/4 cup crumbled soft goat cheese 15 ounces black beans (1 can), drained and rinsedDirections1. Heat the broiler with the rack 4 inches from the heat source. In a large bowl, whisk together the whole eggs, egg whites, and parsley; season with 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper.2. In a medium (10-inch) nonstick ovenproof skillet, heat oil over medium. Add onion and tomatoes and cook until the onion has softened, about 6 minutes. Stir in the jalapeno peppers and egg mixture. Sprinkle cheese over top. Cover, reduce heat to low, and cook until eggs are almost set, 5 to 7 minutes.3. Place frittata under broiler and cook until the top is set and starts to brown, 3 to 4 minutes. Meanwhile, in a small saucepan over medium-low heat, cook beans until heated through (add water if too dry); season with salt and pepper.4. Run a rubber spatula around the edge of the pan to loosen the frittata. Carefully slip the frittata out of the pan onto a large serving platter. Serve wedges of frittata with black beans on the side.Recipe: Whole Living Share Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet
Alfred W. “Pete” Barhorst, 90, passed from this life on Sunday, May 3, 2020 at his home surrounded by family.Born on February 28, 1930 in McCartyville, Ohio, he was the son of Frank and Ida (Fry) Barhorst.Pete joined the United States Marine Corp. in 1951 and served in the Korean War. He married Laverne Waters in Millhousen, Indiana on November 26, 1953. He was a devoted father and hard-working farmer, as well as a proud member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg, Indiana. As a proud member of the USMC, Pete attended the Indy Honor Flight in 2015 and is a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the American Legion, Post 129.Pete is survived by his loving wife, Laverne Barhorst, his children: Ronnie (Carol) Barhorst, Tim Barhorst, and Sharon (Gary) Fischer and sister: Delores Simon. He was preceded in death by his son, Kenneth Barhorst, and his brother, Norbert Barhorst.He was blessed with seven grandchildren: Rebecca (Scott) Rahschulte, Jason (Erin) Barhorst, Stephanie (Dan) Kress, Jacqueline (Davin) Jobst, Aaron Barhorst, Benjamin (Caitlin) Fischer, and Alexander Fischer, and eight great grandchildren: Madison Rahschulte, Ethan Rahschulte, Lauren Jobst, Morgan Jobst, Maya Kress, Sunny Kress, Harrison Kress, and Maxwell Fischer.Private Funeral services will take place on Thursday at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home followed by burial at Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery in Millhousen.Memorials can be made in Pete’s honor to St. Mary’s Catholic Church or Indy Honor Flight through Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home.Online condolences can be made at www.popfuneralhome.com
The Trump administration says it needs up to two years to find thousands of children who have been separated from their families at the Mexican border.In a court filing made on Friday, the Justice Department says it will likely take at least one year to review approximately 47,000 cases of unaccompanied children who were taken into government custody between July 1, 2017 and June 25, 2018 — the day before U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw stopped the practice of separating families.The administration plans to work through the list by seeking out traits that are most likely to indicate separation, such as children under the age of 5. It would provide information about separated families to the American Civil Liberties Union on a rolling basis.Lee Gelernt, the ACLU’s lead attorney, says, “We strongly oppose a plan that could take up to two years to locate these families. The government needs to make this a priority.”….In the meantime, the Democrats in Congress must help the Republicans (we need their votes) to end the horrible, costly and foolish loopholes in our Immigration Laws. Once that happens, all will be smooth. We can NEVER allow Open Borders!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 6, 2019 ….it’s powerful common sense Immigration Laws to stop illegals from coming through Mexico into the U.S., and removing them back to their country of origin. Until Mexico cleans up this ridiculous & massive migration, we will be focusing on Border Security, not Ports of Entry….— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 6, 2019 On June 26 of last year, Sabraw ordered that more than 2,700 children who were in government care be reunited with their families. However, in January, the U.S. Health and Human Services Department’s internal watchdog announced that thousands more children could have been separated from their families since the summer of 2017.Sabraw said last month that he might hold the government accountable for families that were separated before his June 2018 order. He also asked the government to submit a proposal outlining the next steps. A hearing on that proposal is scheduled for April 16.According to reports, most of the separated children are released to relatives other than their actual parents. The government’s plan aims to reunite the remainder of the separated children with the parents, when possible. We have redeployed 750 agents at the Southern Border’s specific Ports of Entry in order to help with the large scale surge of illegal migrants trying to make their way into the United States. This will cause traffic & commercial delays until such time as Mexico is able to use….— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 6, 2019
FIU Infectious diseases expert Dr. Aileen Marty told the South Florida morning show this morning that there are other, more unusual symptoms of the coronavirus that indicated a need to be tested. In addition to fever, dry cough and upper respiratory distress, some people suffer a loss of the sense of smell and possibly taste.Listen to Jen and Bill’s full interview with infectious diseases expert Dr. Aileen Marty here.Dr Aileen MartyDr. Marty also confirmed the efficacy of the anti-malarial drugs that are being used in a compassionate care basis to help treat and prevent the coronavirus.
PRESIDENT of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), Wayne Forde has expressed his delight at the approval by CFU of the Leonora Stadium,for Guyana’s crucial 3rd round Caribbean Cup match against defending Champions, Jamaica.In a Press Release from the Federation,the GFF’s boss expounded on how much a plus it is for the sport.“I think, apart from the venue being available for the Jamaica game, we now have one additional venue in Guyana that is certified for International football, and I think that gives us a second set of options,and it couldn’t have been any timelier… I think Guyana needed to have home court advantage. We all know that Jamaica is a formidable opponent and apart from the advantage that we needed, it has been almost forty years since we last played Jamaica in Guyana”.Also sharing the happy feelings on the ‘Green Light’ for the venue is Operations Manager, Trevor Williams.“We are grateful to be able to have the facility stand scrutiny and reviewed by the CFU. It is very encouraging for us because a lot has been invested in this facility and to know that outside of the National Stadium, we can actually play International football, is good news for Guyana, the Government,and the GFF who has done a lot to encourage the growth and development of the sport. “So we are very happy and I am sure the entire Government will be pleased”.
“The 19th Hole” runs Mondays. To comment on this story, email Joey at email@example.com or comment below. USC athletic director Pat Haden’s rationale for retaining men’s basketball coach Kevin O’Neill, despite a 6-26 record last season, has always been simple: His players go to class, graduate and keep their noses clean.For months, he has reiterated as much.Questions · USC coach Kevin O’Neill is known for running a clean program, but the arrests of two players are making that image blurred. – Luciano Nunez | Daily Trojan“He graduates kids, and the kids don’t get into trouble,” Haden told the Los Angeles Times on March 7.That remains, to a large degree, why O’Neill will return for a fourth season as head of the Trojans’ basketball program. And that’s more than fair. Running a clean program is nothing to scoff at.But that general perception is fading.Last month, junior forward Ari Stewart, who had been sitting out the season because of NCAA transfer rules, was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in Arizona while traveling with the Trojans on a road trip. Charges are still pending after the case was referred to the Maricopa County attorney’s office last week.Next season, Stewart will likely start for USC, along with incoming junior college transfer guard J.T. Terrell, who carries his own baggage, so to speak.Terrell left Wake Forest in September after he was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.Neither charge is unheard of in today’s world of big-time college basketball, sure. Neither is exactly shocking.But remember this is one of the primary reasons O’Neill is back: He runs a clean program and his players stay out of trouble. Yet, two players, with arrest records, could start for the Trojans when the season tips off come November. And that’s fine, but they better win. They can’t afford to wallow in mediocrity much longer.The saving grace for O’Neill, who holds a rather pedestrian 41-55 mark in three seasons with USC, has been two-fold: He’s managed a mess in the wake of NCAA sanctions stemming from improper benefits former guard O.J. Mayo received while with the program in 2008, and his players have been high-character guys.But Stewart and Terrell’s pasts devalue that latter notion and frustrate a growingly apathetic fanbase. Perhaps more than anything, they increase pressure on O’Neill to win in his fourth season, pressure that will only grow as the season draws nearer.O’Neill said he expects things to turn around. He said USC will be markedly better in 2013, that the team’s performance from last season was, by and large, an anomaly.“That will be our goal — To be in the NCAA tournament — and I think we have a chance,” O’Neill said about his team’s prospects following its season-ending 55-40 loss to UCLA in the Pac-12 tournament.Haden has uttered similar statements.After a six-win season, it’d be pretty tough not to recognize USC has to be better.Coaches don’t typically get the benefit of the doubt forever. Eventually they have to win.At some point, if O’Neill hopes to keep his job in the coming seasons, USC has to get back to the Big Dance. It can’t afford not to. He recognizes that. After all, USC loses money when it comes to basketball.It suffered losses of $464,000 and $1.1 million, during the 2010-2011 and 2009-2010 seasons, respectively, according to the NCAA Equity in Athletics report. Data is not available for its most recent season.Interest among alumni and students is waning too. USC averaged just 3,970 fans at the Galen Center last season — the lowest in the six-year history of the venue. All signs indicate general indifference among fans.It all means one thing: USC can’t afford to slip up when it comes to graduation rates and run-ins with the law. There is little room left for error for O’Neill at this point. Brushes with the law are generally bad. That goes without saying for the most part. But they’re even worse when a program is coming off a school record for losses in a single season. It’s one thing to lose. It’s another thing to lose and have players arrested on drug charges in the middle of a roadtrip.Eventually, O’Neill will be judged, to a large degree, on his record. How many games does he win? How much money can he help the program make?But his clock is ticking, and unfortunately — at least for his job security — arrests and criminal charges only make it tick faster.