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TagsCommercial Real EstateMultifamily E&M’s Irving Langer and 633 E. 104th St. (Getty, Google Maps)One of New York City’s biggest residential landlords turned a hefty profit on a long-held property.Irving Langer’s E&M Management sold the 86,800-square-foot building at 633 East 104th Street for $51.3 million, according to property records. The deed was recorded with the city on Friday.The company purchased the building in 2004 for $12.5 million. The deal for the five-story property was done through E&M Associates, and the seller was Canarsie Hotel.In the most recent sale, the buyer entity was 615 East 104 Holdings at 1 State Street, records show. Yehoshua Leib Fruchthandler and Jeffrey Zwick signed documents for the transaction.Langer and Fruchthandler did not respond to messages for comment. Zwick could not be reached for comment.E&M Management has a 3,000-unit portfolio that is concentrated in Northern Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.Read moreMultifamily giant Irving Langer racing to refi 3K-unit portfolioIsaac Kassirer is buying a 21-building multifamily portfolio in HarlemThe company is making an aggressive push in the Kingston area and tenants and public officials are responding fast Contact Akiko Matsuda Full Name* Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Share via Shortlink Email Address*
The foraging areas and diets of the grey-headed albatross Thalassarche chrysostoma and wandering albatross Diomedea exulans were studied in March/April 2000 at Bird Island, South Georgia, during their respective chick-rearing and brood-guard periods. Oceanographically, March/April 2000 was abnormal, with warm conditions close to South Georgia. These conditions affected albatross foraging behaviour, particularly that of grey-headed albatrosses. Both species tended to forage in different areas of the ocean, with significant differences in trip durations. Grey-headed albatrosses (n = 9) foraged mainly in Antarctic waters (predominantly shelf waters of the South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula, and also in oceanic waters around South Georgia), feeding mainly on krill (Euphausia superba; 77% by mass). Foraging trips lasted 13.3 days (range: 5-26 days), far longer than the 1-3 days found in previous studies. Only one grey-headed albatross was associated with the APF (Antarctic Polar Front), a reported foraging area in recent studies. Wandering albatrosses (n=9) foraged in Antarctic (South Georgia Shelf) and Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone (APFZ) waters, with trips of 1-4 days trip duration (usual for this species), feeding on fish (46% by mass) and cephalopods (32%). One bird was associated with the APF, and two birds foraged on the shelf/shelf break over the Patagonian shelf. These findings suggest that sea surface temperature anomalies, produced by movement of the APF closer to South Georgia or by eddies, may have had an effect on the foraging strategy of greyheaded albatrosses that year (the main prey of grey-headed albatrosses in previous studies, the omma-strephid Martialia hyadesi, is known to be associated with the APF). Also, when both albatross breeding periods overlap, their foraging areas were complementary, which reflected the prey taken.
Written by March 27, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah slips by Western Kentucky 69-64 to reach NIT title game Tags: Basketball/NIT/Utah Utes FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNEW YORK (AP) — Justin Bibbins scored 19 points and Utah beat Western Kentucky 69-64 on Tuesday night in the semifinals of the National Invitation Tournament at Madison Square Garden.Sedrick Barefield added 14 points for the Utes (23-11), who advanced to the NIT championship game for the third time. They will play Thursday night against the winner of the second semifinal between Penn State and Mississippi State.David Collette added 13 points and seven rebounds for Utah. Tyler Rawson scored 12, including a 3-pointer that put the Utes ahead to stay with 38.1 seconds left.Justin Johnson had 24 points for Western Kentucky (27-11). Lamonte Bearden added 12 and Dwight Coleby scored 10.Back and forth throughout, the game wasn’t decided until the final seconds. Utah took a 66-64 lead when Rawson hit a 3 from the right side to snap an 0-for-7 shooting slump for the Utes, who went 8:23 without a field goal.On the ensuing possession, Bibbins drew a charge against Bearden and knocked down two free throws.Bibbins made all 12 free throws he attempted. He finished 3 for 8 from the field.Utah reached the NIT title game for the first time since losing to Purdue in 1974. Associated Press
Is having a P-Card an essential function of this position?No Classification TitleAssistant Professor Posting NumberF0766P Retirement Plan Anticipated Start Date08/01/2021 Effective End Date (for Limited-Term postings) Minimum Qualifications EEO Statement College/Unit/Department websitehttps://www.drama.uga.edu/ Position Summary Physical Demands Job Posting Date11/20/2020 Faculty RankAssistant Professor This program is a collaboration between the Franklin College ofArts and Sciences and the Grady College of Journalism and MassCommunication and is a first of its kind at the University ofGeorgia. UGA’s Grady College also invites applications for aprofessor-of-practice position at the clinical assistant professorrank. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply to bothpositions. Review of candidates will begin on January 15, 2021, andapplications submitted by January 15, 2021 will receive fullconsideration. Applicants should include a curriculum vitae andcover letter describing their academic qualifications andprofessional experience, showing how they will add value to theprogram. Furthermore, they should show how their teaching, serviceand work has supported the success of students from racial, ethnicand gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in the film andentertainment industries. Applicants who may not yet have had thatexperience should explain how their work will further the College’scommitment to diversity. Contact information for three referencesshould also be provided.If you have any questions, please contact:Professor Richard NeupertDepartment of Theatre and Film Studies203 Fine Arts BuildingUniversity of GeorgiaAthens, GA 30602-3154(706)[email protected] Franklin and Grady Colleges, their departments, and theUniversity of Georgia are committed to increasing the diversity ofboth faculty and students and sustaining a work and learningenvironment that is inclusive. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, andpeople with disabilities are encouraged to apply.Applications for both positions must be submitted online throughUGAJobs.Franklin College Position:http://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/176159Grady College Application:http://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/176165 Advertised SalaryNegotiable About the College/Unit/Department FLSA Employment TypeEmployee Position Details Underutilization Additional Requirements Does this position have operation, access, or control offinancial resources?No Posting Details Competitive applicants will have five years of significant industryexperience and accomplishments in one of more of the followingareas: producing, writing, directing, and/or post-production forthe screen. Posting TypeExternal Open until filledYes The Department of Theatre and Film Studies is a unit of theFranklin College of Arts and Sciences. It offers B.A. degrees inFilm Studies and in Theatre, plus a Film Studies Minor, andadditional MFA degrees in Acting, Design & Technology, andDramatic Media (including Computer Animation and Motion Capture),as well as a Ph.D. in Theatre and Performance Studies. Thedepartment encompasses the applied and scholarly study of a widerange of media, including stage, film, and 3D computeranimation. Location of VacancyOutside Athens DepartmentFranklin College Theatre and Film Studies Contract TypeAcademic (9 mo.) Master of Fine Arts degree or PhD in Film Studies, Media Studies,or a related discipline.For more information regarding UGA promotion and Tenure guidelinesplease seehttps://provost.uga.edu/faculty-affairs/promotion-tenure/. Working TitleAssistant Professor Benefits EligibilityBenefits Eligible Tenure StatusTenure Track Relevant/Preferred Education, Experience, Licensure, and/orCertification Be advised a credit check will be required for all positions withfinancial responsibilities. For additional information about thecredit check criteria, visit the UGA Credit Background Check website. Credit and P-Card policy Job Closing Date Does this position have Security Access (e.g., public safety,IT security, personnel records, patient records, or access tochemicals and medications)No The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction employer. All qualified applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, color,religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, geneticinformation, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation orprotected veteran status. Persons needing accommodations orassistance with the accessibility of materials related to thissearch are encouraged to contact Central HR ([email protected]). Terminal degree appropriate for the discipline Is this a Position of Trust?No Special Instructions to Applicants The University of Georgia ( UGA ), a land-grant and sea-grantuniversity with statewide commitments and responsibilities is thestate’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversifiedinstitution of higher education ( http://www.uga.edu/ ). UGA is currentlyranked among the top 20 public universities in U.S. News &World Report. The University’s main campus is located in Athens,approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, with extended campusesin Atlanta, Griffin, Gwinnett, and Tifton. UGA was founded in 1785by the Georgia General Assembly as the first state-charteredUniversity in the country. UGA employs approximately 1,800full-time instructional faculty and more than 7,600 full-timestaff. The University’s enrollment exceeds 36,000 studentsincluding over 27,500 undergraduates and over 8,500 graduate andprofessional students. Academic programs reside in 17 schools andcolleges, as well as a medical partnership with Augusta Universityhoused on the UGA Health Sciences Campus in Athens. Does this position require a P-Card?No Is driving a responsibility of this position?No Does this position have direct interaction or care of childrenunder the age of 18 or direct patient care?No About the University of Georgia Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies The Department of Theatre and Film Studies in the Franklin Collegeof Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia invitesapplications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position tobegin in August 2021. This individual will be primarily responsiblefor teaching in the new Master of Fine Arts program in Film,Television, and Digital Media that launched in 2020 in partnershipwith Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.The Department seeks an individual to teach a range of courses onproducing, writing, directing, and post-production for the screen.This position will include mentoring and supervision of MFA ThesisProject productions and teaching in at least two of the followingareas: directing, screenwriting, post-production, producing featurefilms, and/or television productions. Promotion and Tenure willdepend upon an active creative research agenda, including on-goingprofessional credits and accomplishments in the candidate’s area ofspecialization. Service on department committees is expected. Theselected candidate will be appointed at the Assistant Professorrank.This position will primarily involve teaching at the TrilithStudios (formerly Pinewood) satellite campus in Fayetteville,Georgia (20 miles south of the Atlanta airport). Our MFA program inFilm, Television, and Digital Media operates in partnership withthe Georgia Film Academy and the Trilith Studio facilities inFayetteville, GA. Duties/ResponsibilitiesPosting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResume/CVCover LetterOptional Documents
A weekly feature from Ocean City Beach Patrol historian Fred Miller:The results of the first-ever county lifeguard tournament was reported in USA Today 30 years ago on July 18, 1984, : “The Ocean City Beach Patrol won the Cape May County Lifeguard Championship in Wildwood Crest. Ron Kirk and Tom Stephanik (pictured) won the one-mile, 2-man lifeboat race. Rob Guzikowski was second in the 2-mile beach run, Lee Diprizito second in the half-mile ocean swim and Tom Morrison second in the quarter-mile 1-man lifeboat race.”Last summer, the OCBP won the county championship when Brian Pasternak won the rescue board race, Dylan Kosten won the singles row, Jeff Garbutt and Matt Garbutt placed third in the doubles row, Mike Kelly placed third in the swim and Frank Brady placed third in the run-swim.The OCBP has won this tournament nine times since 2001.The 31st annual Cape May County Lifeguard Championships will be held on Thursday, July 3, 2014 at 6 p.m., on the Rambler Road beach in Wildwood Crest.__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter“Like” us on Facebook
Earlier this year, funk fans everywhere mourned the loss of Bernie Worrell. The elite keyboard player cut his jib with Parliament Funkadelic, and later found success with the Talking Heads and many more exciting projects. Though he suffered from cancer in his final days, Worrell maintained a positive spirit, working with musicians whenever he had the strength.One of Bernie Worrell’s final projects was with the Joe Marcinek Band, working on their upcoming album Slink. Due out on December 9th via Hitman Records, the album sees Marcinek collaborate with greats like Joey Porter (The Motet), Garrett Sayers (The Motet), Pete Koopmans (Family Groove Company), Nicholas Gerlach (Turbo Suit) and Gabriel Mervine (The Motet).Worrell had previously toured with Joe Marcinek, and the two had discussed recording together, but unfortunately Worrell’s condition left him unable to physically attend the sessions in Colorado. However, one track was in need of a keyboard melody part. Marcinek sent over the tape to Worrell, who recorded a lead melody at his home studio back in March. After Worrell’s death just a few months later, the track become a living tribute and earned the title, “Bernie”.“It was such an honor to know and work with Bernie and I am forever grateful for the time spent together,” said Marcinek. “Not only a remarkable musician and a genius innovator of the keyboards. He was a loving giving human being who left everyone he met a better person.” In honor of Worrell, we’re beyond honored to exclusively share the Joe Marcinek’s newest song, “Bernie”. Enjoy it below.Joe Marcinek Band Tour Dates11.30.16 The Cabooze – Minneapolis, MN12.1.16 Redstone Room – Davenport, IA12.2.16 House Pub – St Charles, IL12.3.16 Beachview Motel – Burlington, WI12.8.16 IPA – Greenville, SC12.9.16 Asheville Music Hall – Asheville, NC12.10.16 Good Ol Days – Cumming, GA12.14.16 High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI12.15.16 Tonic Room – Chicago, IL12.16.16 Buddy & Pals – Schererville, IN12.17.18 Cranky Pats – Neenah, WI12.18.16 Founders Taproom – Grand Rapids, MI1.8.17 Charleston Pour House1.13.17 The Funky Biscuit – Boca Raton, FL
On Friday night, The Revivalists kicked off their three-night hometown throwdown at the Orpheum Theatre in New Orleans, LA. As per new tradition, the first night was dedicated to their loyal fanbase, affectionately dubbed “RevHeads”, for an intimate evening with all those who purchased a three-night pass. The RevHeads Ball featured the band performing on the ground level, with a slightly elevated round stage in the middle of the room. With a select number of die-hard fans surrounding the band in all directions, the setting made for a very special evening of acoustic favorites, sing-along anthems, and even some unrecorded tunes and rarities, like “Mary Joanna” from the band’s 2008 debut record. The band also invited a newly-engaged couple to sit in the middle of the stage, to enjoy “Shoot You Down” during the encore, which was followed by “Wait For The Sun”–two songs that are not recorded in any official Revivalists’ discography.The Revivalists are full of surprises and will continue the party tonight to close out what’s been their best year yet. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for The Revivalists in 2018!Enjoy the gallery below, courtesy of photographer Adam McCullough.Setlist: The Revivalists | Orpheum Theatre | New Orleans, LA | 12/29/17Men Amongst Mountains, Chase’s House, Nobody Knows, Not Turn Away, Stand Up, Mary Joanna, It Was A Sin, Pretty Photograph, Keep Going, Wish I Knew You, Wild Flowers (Tom Petty)E: Shoot You Down, Amber, Wait For The SunThe Revivalists | Orpheum Theatre | New Orleans, LA | 12/29/17 | Photos by Adam McCullough Load remaining images
Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 6, 2015 The world premiere of John, the first show of Pulitzer winner Annie Baker’s residency at Signature Theatre, has extended off-Broadway. Originally set to shutter on August 30, the production will now play through September 6. Directed by Fun Home Tony winner Sam Gold, the show will star Girls’ Christopher Abbott and Tony nominee Lois Smith, Emmy nominee Georgia Engel and Hong Chau.John takes place in a Gettysburg, Pennsylvania bed and breakfast the week after Thanksgiving. It follows a cheerful innkeeper, a young couple struggling to stay together and the thousands of inanimate objects watching.Performances will run from July 22 at the Irene Diamond Stage at the Pershing Square Signature Center. Opening night is set for August 11. View Comments Related Shows John
By Dialogo May 13, 2010 The Brazilian government has donated 200,000 dollars to Guatemala to purchase food with the aim of alleviating the hunger that worsened last year due to the destruction of crops, especially beans and corn, by the drought, causing around four hundred deaths. The Brazilian ambassador, Luiz Fachini, formally delivered the donation to the Guatemalan foreign minister, Haroldo Rodas, although the funds will be transferred and administered by the World Food Program (WFP), the international organization indicated in a statement. The money will be used for “the acquisition of food, with the aim of providing nutritional and food security to those affected” in the eight departments that make up the so-called “dry corridor,” in eastern Guatemala, as well as in the departments of Izabal (in the northeast) and Quiché (in the north), the statement specifies. The press release explains that the donation, Brazil’s second, following one of 100,000 dollars made in October, is in response to the international request for aid made by Guatemalan president Álvaro Colom’s administration in 2009 to address the nutritional and food emergency.
September 15, 2004 LAWS Notices September 15, 2004 Notices Notices Third DCA judgeship available Notice is hereby given to all interested persons and groups of three vacancies of judicial office on the Third District Court of Appeal.The Third District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission is actively seeking applicants for these three positions.All persons who desire to be considered must submit a background statement in substantial compliance with The Florida Bar application. All applicants must also submit waivers of confidentiality of all materials necessary to adequately investigate each applicant.Applicants must be a resident within the Third District, a registered voter, and have been a member in good standing of the Florida Bar for the preceding 10 years.Applications may be requested from the office of Thomas R. Spencer, JNC chair, Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or they may be downloaded from The Florida Bar Web site at www.flabar.org in the section titled “Bar Forms and Applications.”All applications must be submitted in the form of an original with nine copies and must be filed no later than 5 p.m. September 30,2004 at the office Chair Thomas R. Spencer, Spencer & Klein, P.A., 2 Alhambra Plaza, Penthouse 2-B, Coral Gables 33134, telephone (305) 446-5711, fax (305) 446-5523, e-mail [email protected] First DCA judgeship availableApplications are being sought to fill a vacancy on the First District Court of Appeal created by the retirement of Judge Anne C. Booth, effective January 3, 2005.Applications will be screened by the First District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission, who will send nominees to the governor. The governor then has 60 days from the receipt of the nominees to make the appointment.Applicants must be a resident within the First District, a registered voter, and have been a member in good standing of The Florida Bar for the preceding 10 years. Application forms are available on The Florida Bar’s Web site at www.flabar.org or by calling Jeanne M. Miller, JNC chair, at (904) 630-1540.Ten copies of the completed application must be returned to Miller at 220 East Bay Street, 14th Floor, Jacksonville 32202, no later than 5 p.m. on October 7. Interviews are tentatively set for the week of October 18th or October 25th in Tallahassee. NoticePursuant to Standing Board Policy 1.60, the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar hereby publishes this notice of intent to consider or take final action at its October 15 meeting on the following items. These matters are additionally governed by Rule 1-12.1, Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, where applicable.Most amendments to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar that are finally acted upon by the board must still be formally presented to the Supreme Court of Florida, with further notice and opportunity to be heard, before they are officially approved and become effective. To receive a full copy of the text of any of these proposed amendments call (850)561-5751 – please reference any requested proposal by its title or item number and date of this publication. RULES REGULATING THE FLORIDA BAR Chapter 4 Rules of Professional Conduct Subchapter 4-1 1. Rule 4-1.8 Conflict of Interest: Prohibited and Other Transactions Summary: Within subdivision (h), prohibits lawyers from making arrangements that prospectively limit liability for malpractice without first advising the affected person in writing of the opportunities of independent representation. Subchapter 4-8 Maintaining the Integrity of the Profession 2. Rule 4-8.6 Authorized Business Entities Summary: Within subdivisions (b) – (g) and comment, adds “proprietor” and “proprietor of a solo practice” to those business entities in which lawyers are authorized to practice law. Chapter 6 Legal Specialization and Education Programs Subchapter 6-3 Florida Certification Plan 3. Rule 6-3.5 Standards for Certification Summary: Within subdivison (d), adds language in (1) to require substantial involvement in a “particular area” of law instead of the general term “practice” of law; adds new language in new subdivision within (5) to allow certification without examination in limited circumstances as permitted by individual area standards. Chapter 10 Rules Governing the Investigation and Prosecution of the Unlicensed Practice of Law Subchapter 10-6 Procedures for Investigation 4. Rule 10-6.1 Hearings Summary: Revises title to read “Taking of Testimony” instead of “Hearings”; within subdivision (a), similarly revises reference to when hearings are held, to read when “testimony is taken”; and, within subdivision (d), additionally revises references to a complainant’s right to be present at any circuit UPL committee “proceeding” rather than “hearing”, further clarified to be when the respondent is present before the committee to give testimony. Subchapter 10-8 Confidentiality 5. Rule 10-8.1 Files Summary: Consistent with proposed revisions to rule 10-6.1, adds “transcribed testimony” to the definitions of the record for UPL and circuit committee purposes. STANDING BOARD POLICIES 600 Series – Continuing Legal Education Subchapter 6.20 Authority for CLE Courses 6. Policy 6.21 Division, Section and Committee Programs Summary: Repeals subdivision (d), “Section Certification Review Programs,” which allows sections to provide certification review outside the CLE Committee umbrella. Subchapter 6.30 – Fees for CLE Courses 7. Policy 6.30 Fees for CLE Courses Summary: Amends the base CLE course fee to not less than $105.00 per day, formerly $85.00; amends the surcharge for non-members of cosponsoring section attending bar CLEs to $25.00, formerly $15.00. 8. Policy 6.31 Distribution of Proceeds Summary: Adds new subdivision (a)(1)(B), to allow for the capping of proceeds if the total gross fees for a CLE course, after subtraction of allowable expenses, are less than the percentage share specified in subdivision (a)(1)(A); revises or renumbers existing subdivision entries as necessary to accommodate this new matter. 1500 Series – Lawyer Regulation Policies Subchapter 15.50 Administration and Admonishments 9. Policy 15.55 Deferral of Disciplinary Investigation During Civil or Criminal Proceedings Summary: Adds new language to clarify that bar counsel, with concurrence of the chief branch discipline counsel, may close a civil or criminal discipline file and may decline to reopen the file. Subchapter 15.70 Disciplinary Action on Malpractice/Incompetence 10. Policy 15.75 Policy on Review of Continuing Complaints Summary: New policy, codifying procedures and policies regarding the review of closed inquiries and disciplinary files when further action is requested by a complaining witness or other individual. PROCEDURES 11. Florida Bar Procedures for Ruling on Questions of Ethics and Florida Bar Procedures for Issuing Advisory Opinions Relating to Lawyer Advertising or Solicitation Summary: Amends procedures to reflect the bar’s revised headquarters address. BYLAWS 12. General Practice, Solo, & Small Firm Practitioners Section Summary: Within Article II, ( Membership), adds the definition and term of office for law professor, affiliate members. BLSE POLICIES 500 Series – Course Approval 13. Policy 5.01 Course Approval Administration 14. Policy 5.02 Member Submissions for Course Evaluation and Credit 15. Policy 5.03 Course Approval Standards 16. Policy 5.04 Credit Approval 17. Policy 5.05 Credit for Other CLE Activities 18. Policy 5.06 Complimentary Audiotapes Summary: Throughout the 500 Series, proposes new fee structure for course evaluation; adds other minor adjustments to various policy provisions to specify credit assignments for particular educational activities.