Man Dies After Being Arrested At Dead & Company’s Chula Vista Show

first_imgSad news out of Chula Vista, as a man who was arrested at Wednesday night’s Dead & Company show at Sleep Train Amphitheatre passed away while in police custody, as was first reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune. The heavy-set man in his 50’s was caught moving from seat to seat before the show started, which eventually led to him being confronted by security who asked to see his ticket. The man was apparently very intoxicated, according to security, and tried to run away, which led to a brief struggle before police arrived at the scene.When police did arrive, they found the man in question yelling incoherently and acting irrationally. The officers arrested him for public intoxication, which led to the man starting to struggle again. Police first took him to the medic tent, where he was evaluated and discharged with no major injuries, and he was then taken by police to be processed for the arrest.While the man was in processing, he apparently fell asleep sitting upright in a chair. An officer went to check on him, and found that he was suddenly unconscious. After several attempts to revive him, the man was pronounced dead. His death is currently under investigation.Our thoughts and prayers go out to this man’s friends and family.last_img read more

Productivity Plus with New Dell P Series Monitors

first_imgJust when you thought you’ve seen it all: The World’s favorite computer monitor brand1 is back with a range of new and innovative features aimed at revolutionizing productivity. Introducing the new Dell P Series Monitors.Boasting multiple productivity-boosting features, including a compact design that frees up desk space, simplified USB-C connectivity, great usability and trusted reliability, now your customers’ workforce can experience and accomplish more faster on powerful monitors specifically designed to let them work the way they like in a clutter-free environment.Seeing is achieving – more When considering the needs of the transforming workforce, a dual-monitor setup with a large screen estate and minimized clutter are key to maximized productivity. With an upgraded design that’s perfect for evolving workspaces requiring more compact desks and components on the desk, the new P Series Monitors offer a slimmer profile and reduced base that’s ~23% smaller than its predecessor.2 Advance your customers’ workforce experience with 3-sided, ultra-thin bezels for seamless viewing, then move them to a dual-monitor setup. Dual monitors, together with Dell’s MDS19 Dual Monitor Stands, deliver maximum viewing comfort and productivity – up to 18% greater productivity than with a single monitor3 – perfect for those workers who spend most of their working day at their desk.Users can also multi-task with ease with Dell Display Manager’s Easy Arrange feature. They’ll be able to quickly tile and view multiple applications across screens, selecting from up to 38 predefined templates.Single cable solution Let’s face it: Excessive cable clutter and lack of desk space are major setbacks in the workplace. As the need for more efficient workspace steadily increases, the demand for versatile, seamless monitors and viewing experiences has never been greater.With USB-C connectivity, offered on select new Dell P Series Monitors, users will enjoy reduced cable clutter and simple, easy connectivity. The single cable connection from the monitor to the laptop not only transmits data and video, but also delivers up to 65 watts of power to the laptop.4 It’s the ideal solution for hoteling or hot desk environments, where users need to transition from desk to meeting and back quickly. Plus, thanks to DisplayPort 1.2, your customers can easily and efficiently connect multiple monitors – minus the inconvenience of excessive cables.Great usability, trusted reliability Boasting outstanding built-in cable management design, the new P Series Monitors allow users to swivel, pivot, tilt and height adjust the screen to work the way they want. In addition, ComfortView and a flicker-free screen optimize eye comfort for long hours at work. You can further assure your customers that they are in good hands by letting them know our monitors are backed by Advanced Exchange Service5 and Premium Panel Guarantee.6 Upgrade them to optional ProSupport7 for added peace of mind knowing they have 24×7 access to tech support from highly qualified in-region8 ProSupport engineers.Accessories for every work style If that’s not enough, your customers will love our tailored range of accessories designed to help them and their end users get the most out of their Dell Monitors. Those working remotely will benefit from the Dell Pro Stereo Soundbar – an innovative sound system that optimizes conference calls and multimedia streaming with exceptional audio clarity. For those who spend the majority of their time at their office desk, they can turn their cubicle into a multi-tasking, performance-enhancing idea factory thanks to the Dell Dual Monitor Stand and the OptiPlex Micro PC.Spread the word We’ve built a set of marketing assets that will help expand your revenue potential by putting you at the forefront of your customer communications when explaining the benefits of the new P Series Monitor portfolio.You can add your own personal touch to these marcom assets for deeper engagement, while the quick-reference call scripts provided will equip your sales force with the right answers when engaging customers.Find out how you can cross sell these amazing new monitors by reading up on all the benefits our new line of OptiPlex and Latitude products offer.1 Based on publicly available market data, 2013-20172 Based on Dell internal analysis comparing the area of the monitor base on P2719H/P2719HC vs. P2717H.3 Source: “Dell Displays, Productivity and Satisfaction Single vs. Dual Monitors,” conducted by SURL, Wichita State University and commissioned by Dell, October 2015.4 Dell adheres to standard USB-C specifications and protocols and the P-series USB-C monitors deliver up to 65W of power. Functionality with non-Dell USB-C systems may vary.5 Advanced Exchange Service replacement part/unit ships, if needed, after phone/online diagnosis. Fee charged for failure to return defective unit. See Dell Premium Panel Guarantee – Even if only one bright pixel is found on our select range of monitors, a free panel exchange is guaranteed during the Limited Hardware Warranty period.    For a copy of Limited Hardware Warranty, write to Dell USA LP, Attn: Warranties, One Dell Way, Round Rock, TX 78682 or see Advanced Exchange Service replacement part/unit ships, if needed, after phone/online diagnosis. Fee charged for failure to return defective unit.  See In some countries, hours for in-region support may vary. Support after local business hours may be provided in a language other than the local language.last_img read more

Lessons of the Week! Queen Latifah, Wayne Brady & More

first_img View Comments Happy Friday, and welcome to a post-The Wiz Live! society. It’s been a wild week, from live telecasts to Jedi founding fathers and punk rock longshoremen. As always, we’re here to wind down with a roundup of the craziest stories from the past seven days. Put Mary J. on pause for one minute; it’s time for Lessons of the Week!Wiz Casual Is the New Biz CasualSo we wanted to meet the Wizard, and on December 3, we finally did. And this time, the Wiz was a Queen (no, not Lesli Margherita). While Queen Latifah served us drag king realness in her first scene of The Wiz Live!, she shocked us even further with her next look: a bathrobe. Pair that with David Alan Grier’s Lion slippers and you’ve got the perfect watch-from-home ensemble!Lin-Manuel Uses the ForceDoes he have a time turner? Has he cloned himself? We don’t have answers; all we know is Mr. Miranda deserves a break that he probably wouldn’t take anyway. There’s Hamilton. He’s writing for Disney. He and Vanessa Nadal are raising a toddler. Now, he’s composing a new cantina song with J.J. Abrams for Star Wars. So yes, Lin-Manuel’s playing everywhere, including a galaxy far, far away.Fantine Needs Her Hand CreamThere was a time when men were kind, and Fantine’s hands were soft. While preparing for her show, Les Miserables star Montego Glover revealed that even though she’s playing a defeated, down on her luck factory worker-turned-prostitute, hand cream is an absolute must at all times. She goes through all that and still keeps her beauty products?! They must be worth a centime, my dear.Les Miz Will Run for 1×276 Days MoreLes Miz (and, in turn, Fantine’s super soft hands) have set a date to bid us adieu. The revival will wave the flag of freedom high for the last time on September 4, 2016. So if you’re mourning the loss, just think of how much you can do in nine months! If you get a super short haircut, you can grow it out! You can build a 24,601-foot barricade! You can walk from Montreuil-sur-Mer to Paris and back 80 times!Mark Strong Could’ve Been a Punk LawyerBefore Olivier winner Mark Strong was starring on Broadway and hanging out with Arthur Miler at the von Trapp mansion (that really did happen), he was a total punk. The View From the Bridge star revealed that acting wasn’t always his goal; he started in a punk rock band and went on to law school. If he ever wanted to return to his roots, “Eddie and the Longshoremen” wouldn’t be the worst band name.Waitress’ Pie Is Filled With InclusivenessWhat’s sweeter than pie? An all-female, all kick-ass creative team for the Broadway-bound Waitress musical. Director Diane Paulus and writers Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson have ordered up some choreography from Broadway alum Lorin Latarro, marking the first all-female creative team in Broadway history. Throw in Tony-winning star Jessie Mueller and you have a recipe for a pie that packs a punch.Fiyero’s Been Blending Through LifeFiyero is one fine, scandalacious Winkie prince, and you can even drink him in smoothie form! According to Jonah Platt, a Fiyero smoothie would consist of, among other things, passion fruit and protein powder. Wait, why aren’t there Wicked smoothies available at the Gershwin Theatre? We would totally drink a kale-infused smoothie if it had “Elphaba” in the title. OK, maybe.Wayne Brady Will Give You a PiggybackWayne Brady’s rocking some serious footwear on stage in Kinky Boots, and he’s learning that in order to fully understand being a diva, you have to walk, strut and dance a mile in her shoes. Now that he’s entered the Land of Lola, Brady’s much more sympathetic to those who wear high heels. He’ll even give you a piggyback ride if you need it! But if you’re wearing kinky flats, you can walk.Anthony Ramos Is a Sucker for Boy BandsAnthony Ramos may rap and croon R&B on stage in Hamilton, but when he’s not in the spotlight, it’s entirely possible to catch him listening to the Backstreet Boys or *NSYNC. The Broadway newcomer revealed that his pop culture guilty pleasure is any and all boy bands. That’s not a bad thing, Anthony. We can totally see you strung up like marionettes with Lin, Leslie and Daveed.Ali Stroker Is Ready for Her CloseupSpring Awakening’s Ali Stroker is making history as the first Broadway actor in a wheelchair, so she might be offended after seeing Kylie Jenner fetishizing her disability in a controversial photo shoot. Instead, she’s excited to highlight the bridge between sexuality and disability. She even wants to recreate the shoot herself. If you need a photographer, Ali, Melchior and Wendla have our info.last_img read more

Daily Dirt: Record AT Conservancy Volunteering, Bike Show in Charlotte, Giant Snowball

first_imgYour daily outdoors update for February 19th, the day Fleetwood Mac released “Rumours” in 1977.APPALACHIAN TRAIL CONSERVANCY REPORTS RECORD VOLUNTEER HOURS FOR 2013Volunteers devoted a record number of hours last year to maintain the Appalachian Trail for hikers to use. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) announced that close to 6,000 volunteers donated approximately 245,500 hours by the end of the federal fiscal year on September 30, 2013.Since the ATC began reporting volunteer hours in 1983, volunteers have devoted 4.9 million hours to the A.T., and there has been a 33 percent increase in volunteer hours over the past 10 years. In 2013, volunteers helped maintain the A.T. corridor, monitor and remove invasive species, and support teachers in the Trail to Every Classroom (TTEC) program.“The Appalachian Trail Conservancy exists because of the generosity, talents and support of our volunteers – they are the very soul of the Appalachian Trail,” said Ron Tipton, executive director of the ATC. “The record number of volunteer hours reported for fiscal year 2013 illustrates a continued dedication to the preservation and management of the Trail.”E-BIKES AT NORTH AMERICAN HANDMADE BICYCLE SHOWThe North American Handmade Bicycle Show, held from March 14-16 in Charlotte, North Carolina, is the world’s largest and most influential custom bike show, holding a reputation for creativity and innovation. This year, Gates Carbon Drive, maker of the leading belt drive system for bicycles and eBikes, plans to display the first-ever “Custom eBike Showcase” featuring a dozen original electric bicycles.Partnering with leading electric bike system companies Bosch, SRAM, and BionX, as well as hub maker NuVinci, Gates enlisted some of America’s finest custom builders to create the belt drive eBikes for the show.“Electric bikes can get more people out of cars and onto two wheels, and we want to expose more Americans to this efficient, affordable, and healthy transportation solution,” said Todd Sellden, global director of Gates Carbon Drive.The market for eBikes is growing as well. Sales have doubled annually in Europe and the United States for the past several years.Giant Snowball Gets Out of ControlAfter 12 inches of snow dumped on Reed College in Portland, Oregon, one student attempted to make the world’s biggest snowball. By the end of the day on February 8th, the snowball was three feet in diameter and weighed approximately 800 to 900 pounds.As surrounding students chanted “Roll it!,” two math students sent the snowball barreling down a hill where it proceeded to crash into a dormitory wall.Maintenance workers spent 45 minutes cutting through the snowball to discover that wall was ripped off its studs. Damage repairs are estimated between $2,000 and $3,000. No word as to whether or not the students kept playing in the snow.last_img read more

Colombian President Orders Review of Security System

first_imgBy Dialogo August 09, 2011 Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos ordered on 7 August, 2011, a review of strategy in the fight against leftist guerrillas and emerging criminal gangs, amid criticism sparked by an increase in insecurity and in actions by these illegal armed groups. “I have ordered the Defense Ministry to conduct a review of the territorial control paradigm, including the control of our borders, in order to make more efficient and more effective use of our forces,” the president said at an event marking the anniversary of the National Army. President Santos affirmed that in response to the offensive conducted by the military, members of the FARC are trying to make themselves invisible by dressing in civilian clothes in order to cause unease with small operations that have a large impact. He added that this is a survival strategy, a desperate effort to maintain a presence in the media and in public opinion. “But we cannot for that reason underestimate that strategy,” the president warned. “We have to adjust our doctrine, our operations, and our procedures to that way of operating, without falling into the trap of reducing the effectiveness and vitality of the operations that we will continue to conduct against them, in the depths of the jungle or the heights of the mountains, wherever we may need to go,” he added. The president revealed that intelligence should be improved and deployment structures revised in order to operate in smaller and more effective units, against a hidden enemy, at the same time that action should be taken in close coordination with the justice system in order to be able to defeat the guerrillas. Santos said that, in addition, the consolidation and presence of the state in regions previously controlled by illegal armed groups should be made more flexible, and legal assistance should be provided to military personnel. “As an administration, we have to have the humility to know how to correct what needs to be corrected, and that is exactly what we’re doing,” the president specified.last_img read more

Bar, FMA considera joint committee

first_imgThe Florida Bar Board of Governors has given conceptual approval to a committee to improve relations between lawyers and doctors.Acting at the recommendation of the Program Evaluation Committee, the board at its June meeting approved the idea of the new panel. Chair Frank Walker said the PEC will set up a subcommittee to meet with the Florida Medical Association to work out the details of the new committee in the coming year.The PEC studied the issue for a year before unanimously approving the idea of the new panel, Walker said.The action comes in the wake of bruising battles between the FMA and the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers on constitutional amendments on lawyer contingency fees in medical malpractice cases, the rights of patients to get records on doctor and hospital mistakes, and removing the license of doctors found to have committed three instances of malpractice.On another matter, Walker announced that the committee has approved placing results from the Bar’s every-other-year survey of law office economics and management practices on the Bar’s Web site, That way, he said, members will be able to access the results for free instead of having to pay $35 for a printed report of the findings.The survey looks at salaries for associates, partners, and nonattorney staff at law firms, how firms use technology, and related information. The survey will be conducted this summer and the results released late this year. Bar, FMA considera joint committee July 1, 2006 Regular Newscenter_img Bar, FMA consider a joint committeelast_img read more

Elmont Memorial HS Lockdown Lifted

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Elmont Memorial High School (Photo: Facebook)UPDATE:Authorities have lifted the lockdown at Elmont Memorial High School Tuesday afternoon after police deemed the school safe, Nassau County police said.During the search of the school, police discovered a toy gun on the property and decided to lift the lockdown around 12:30 p.m., the school and police said.Police did not say who brought in the toy gun or if anyone had been interviewed.ORIGINAL POST:Nassau County police are investigating a call of a suspicious person at Elmont Memorial High School that came in early Tuesday morning, police said.The school was put on lockdown as police investigate the call, authorities said. The high school will remain on lockdown until further notice, the school said.Police received the call around 7:30 a.m., a police spokesman said. He couldn’t elaborate on the investigation.The Sewanhaka Central High School District superintendent wasn’t available for comment.last_img read more

Claire Friedlander Family Foundation Supports ‘Your Voice, Your Viewpoint’ Campaign

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York In response to this summer’s Black Lives Matter protests and demonstrations, Schneps Media, under co-publisher Victoria Schneps, launched a campaign to put a voice to uncover systemic racism that exists for the Black and brown population in New York City.Schneps Media’s “Your Voice, Your Viewpoint” campaign invited students ranging from eighth grade through college to submit essays, poems, videos, and TikToks on the topic.Peter Klein, president of the Claire Friedlander Foundation, awarded a $15,000 grant to Queensborough Community College to help encourage students to submit their stories.Klein, who is also the Chief Investment Officer and Founder of Aline Wealth (Melville, NY) and author of two books (Getting Started in Security Analysis, 1998, 2009; A Passion For Giving: Tools And Inspiration For Creating A Charitable Foundation, 2012), said he felt compelled to help launch the “Your Voice, Your Viewpoint” campaign.“Throughout my financial services career, I understand the impact, influence, and importance of the written word,” Klein said.For many years, Klein served as an investment advisor for the late Claire Friedlander, a Holocaust survivor who immigrated to New York and became blessed with wealth.  She established the foundation and asked Klein to advocate for her beliefs.“Civil rights, human rights, eliminating intolerance, prejudice, racism, bias, and stereotyping were important issues to Claire,” Klein said. “She inspired people, especially students, to stand up, speak out, engaging in freedom of expression — rights taken away from many during the Holocaust.”Klein said he believes that the Claire Friedlander Foundation’s partnership with Schneps Media and Queensborough Community College for the “Your Voice, Your Viewpoint” campaign can “energize citizens to become drivers of positive social change in their communities.”“We have the ingredients, including a vital college campus which can attract students and a prominent media platform which can spread communication and dialogue on these issues,” Klein added.The winning entries were selected by a panel of Queensborough Community College students, with a $500 prize given to each winner.The winners of the “Your Voice, Your Viewpoint” campaign are:Grand PrizeName: Skyla ChimAge: 12School: Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle School 74Runner UpName: Zoe ChuangAge: 13School: JHS 190Grand PrizeStudent: Violetta KingAge: 14Central Park East High SchoolRunner UpStudent: Joshua MercadoAge: 15 years oldSchool: La Salle AcademyPanel’s Honorable MentionStudent: Luke EcksteinAge: 19School: Kingsborough Community CollegeVideo Submission (“The Invisible Man”)Student: Mekhi HewlingAge: 16School: Curtis High School on Staten IslandSign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.last_img read more

Ohio Thunder Sprint Series brings IMCA, RaceSaver to the Buckeye State

first_imgFRANKFORT, Ohio – Fourteen point races are on the initial schedule for the inaugural Ohio Thun­der IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Series. Atomic Speedway at Waverly hosts April 18, May 2 and 16, July 31, Aug. 1 and Oct. 3 events. Jackson County Speedway at Jackson is the site of April 17 and 24, May 8 and 15, June 5 and 19, July 24 and Aug. 21 races. Sponsored locally by Southern Ohio Equipment Company of Frankfort, the Ohio Thunder Series is the first RaceSaver series in Ohio. “RaceSaver keeps everything on a level playing field. You don’t have to spend $50,000 on an engine to be competitive,” Series Director Andy Hill said. “The rules are clear and don’t have any gray areas.” Encouraged by attendance at a meeting held late last year for potential drivers, Hill expects to start the series with 10-15 cars. “We’ll have drivers new to Sprint Cars and we’ll have others who have raced 410’s before,” he explained. “We like the backing we’ll get from IMCA, we like the point funds and we appreciate the help we’ve gotten getting this series started.” A second drivers’ meeting will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 7 at Jackson County Speedway owner Chris Smalley’s shop, located at 13706 US Route 23 in Waverly. The last IMCA-sanctioned Sprint Car event held in the Buck­eye State was in 1970. Test and tune sessions are March 14 at Atomic and April 4 and 11 at Jackson. IMCA RaceSaver Sprints are part of Atomic’s Open Wheel Championship special on May 2. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, Allstar Performance State and special series points will be awarded for the first 13 Ohio Thunder Series events; special series points only would be given for the Oct. 3 race.More information is available at the Ohio Thunder IMCA RaceSaver page on Facebook. The series website address will be read more

Three changes on Tipp team for Waterford match

first_imgSubs:16.        Darragh Mooney – Éire Óg Annacarty17.        Kieran Bergin – Killenaule18.        Andrew Coffey -Nenagh Éire Óg19.        Conor Kenny – Borris-Ileigh20.        Liam McGrath – Loughmore-Castleiney21.        Conor O’Brien – Éire Óg Annacarty22.        Niall O’Meara -Kilruane MacDonaghs23.        Daire Quinn – Nenagh Éire Óg24.        Adrian Ryan – Templederry Kenyons25.        Liam Ryan – Drom & Inch26.        Willie Ryan – Clonakenny Throw-in at Semple Stadium on Sunday is at 3 o’clock.  Tipp FM’s live coverage of the match will be brought to you in association with Alliance Medical, South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel. Seamus Callinan of Drom & Inch makes his anticipated return to the side and will line out at full-forward, Nenagh Éire Óg’s Barry Heffernan makes his league debut at right-half back and Ronan Maher of Thurles Sarsfields makes his first start in the NHL at centre back.The match-day 26 is as follows:1.        Darren Gleeson – Portroe2.        Cathal Barrett – Holycross-Ballycahill3.        Tomás Hamill – Moyne-Templetuohy4.        Michael Cahill – Thurles Sarsfields5.        Barry Heffernan – Nenagh Éire Óg6.        Ronan Maher -Thurles Sarsfields7.        Padraic Maher – Thurles Sarsfields8.        Brendan Maher (Capt.) – Borris-Ileigh9.        Michael Breen – Ballina10.        Noel McGrath – Loughmore-Castleiney11.        Dan McCormack -Borris-Ileigh12.        Patrick Maher – Lorrha-Dorrha13.        John O’Dwyer – Killenaule14.        Seamus Callanan -Drom & Inch15.        John McGrath – Loughmore-Castleineylast_img read more