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LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 TAGSApopka High School Theatre DepartmentJames and the Giant Peach Previous articleWhat the flu does to your body, and why it makes you feel so awfulNext articleFitzpatrick announces bid for Orange County Public School Board Chair Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. James and the Giant Peach opens this weekThe Apopka High School Theatre Department would like to invite you to their production of James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl adapted by David Wood.This is the second mainstage production for the 2017-2018 school year. James and the Giant Peach has been a favorite story of many children. When James is orphaned and sent to live with his horrible aunts, Spiker and Sponge, he is miserable. One night an old man visits James to share with him some very powerful magic. When James falls and accidentally spills the magic under an old peach tree in his aunts’ garden, something truly magical happens that sets James and his new friends on a wonderful journey.Performances are February 14 – 16, 2018 at 7 p.m. and February 16 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 general admission or $10 for preferred seating. For more information or tickets: [email protected] Please enter your name here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment!
By Alexey AlbuThe writer is a coordinator of the banned Ukrainian Marxist organization Union Borotba (Struggle), who participated in a recent international solidarity delegation to Syria. Albu is a former regional deputy of the Odessa region and survivor of the May 2, 2014, neo-Nazi massacre at the Odessa House of Trade Unions. He is currently living in political exile in Russia and the Lugansk People’s Republic.Workers World contributing editor Greg Butterfield translated the article at the author’s request. Abridged here, it is available in full at RedStarOverDonbass.blogspot.com, Nov. 2.The movement of people adhering to communist views around the world is vast. But the political spectrum within this movement is also vast. The construction of a new, more just society without war, destruction, poverty and exploitation is the dream of hundreds of millions of people around the world. However, views on how to build this new society are all very different.I would like to make my views clear. I support any attempt to make progressive social changes in society, and I support any political, social and government initiative, if the alternative to it serves reaction, regression and rollback to a lower stage of human development. That is why I support the young People’s Republics of Donbass, because their antipode is Ukrainian fascism, which kills innocent people, destroys cities and villages, and arranges massacres as it did in Odessa on May 2, 2014, the horrors of which I experienced myself. …Today, in the struggle against imperialism (a pity that some uninformed people confuse this term, which they often use to mean “imperial” or “imperial ambitions,” and not a phase of the capitalist system), Syria takes the main place. … It was therefore very important for us to establish a relationship with all progressive forces challenging the U.S. as the main center of world imperialism, including the government of the Syrian Arab Republic.It was important for us to see the situation from within the region, the lives of the people in the frontline towns and refugee camps. It was important to meet with senior officials of the government, religious and community leaders in Syria, for me — and for the other comrades from Italy, Morocco, Lebanon, Scotland and Greece who participated in the delegation. …[When we reached Damascus] I had a good impression from our conversation with [President] Bashar al-Assad’s Deputy Hilal al-Hilal, which took place behind closed doors, in a small circle. I said then that Syria and Donbass are two sections of a united front against American hegemony, U.S. imperialism. And now, being back in Donbass, I can’t stop thinking about how we can expand this front, as we help each other to survive in this difficult struggle.It was very interesting to see the work of the Syrian government in the area of basic necessities of the common people — repairing housing destroyed by militants, water, electricity, medical care. Speaking of health care, during our visit to wounded soldiers in the hospital, I saw excellent conditions, which often do not exist in Ukraine or Donbass. Yes, perhaps we were shown one of the best medical facilities. But it is comparable to the best hospitals in Ukraine.During the trip, I realized that the social burden the state carries is huge. This policy is the antithesis of the policy of the new Ukrainian authorities. …It so happens that as a result of my political activities, I’ve met a lot of comrades from Kurdistan, who told me about the struggle of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) for a free, socialist Kurdistan, and how they resisted the troops of the Turkish government on one hand and the U.S. puppet Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) on the other. Of course, I believe the Kurdish liberation movement is progressive, and for me it was very important to learn about the relationship between the Syrian government and the young Kurdish state of Rojava arising in the north.The fact is that we do not always get unbiased information through the lens of the media. Very often the media contrasts Rojava and the Syrian government, saying that Assad bombed peaceful Kurdish villages and violated the agreement granting autonomy to the Kurds. After the trip to Syria, I realized that this is not quite true. The political landscape of the region is extremely difficult. Within the same area there are many different forces and groups that are under the influence of large political centers — united, separated, fighting with each other. …I realized that the Syrian government intends to respect the agreement and give the Syrian Kurds their long-awaited autonomy. This was very important to me. That is, for now the union of progressive forces continues to operate against the Islamists, and inside this union there is no war. I really hope that mutual understanding will continue within the progressive camp. …In September 2013, when we carried out actions against U.S. intervention in the war in Syria, I couldn’t imagine that the United States would soon unleash a civil war in my own country. Today we have a common enemy, and the only solution is a united struggle and mutual aid. If we organize — we will win!FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
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News UpdatesKarnataka HC Staff Dies Of COVID Without Getting RT-PCR Result; High Court Directs Action Against Lab Mustafa Plumber13 May 2021 6:17 AMShare This – xA staff member of the Karnataka High Court died awaiting results of the RT-PCR test results, following which the Karnataka High Court on Thursday reiterated that the state government should direct and ensure that all laboratories make available test results within 24-hours.The Court has directed the State Government to initiate action against the concerned lab for not acting as per the earlier direction to give RTPCR results within 24 hours. Advertisement A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Aravind Kumar talked about the plight of a deceased employee of the High Court, who had undertaken a test on May 10 and he died on May 12, till then he was not communicated the test results. The court orally said, “This is an eyeopener. This is how the system is working. The man was not communicated till yesterday night about him being tested positive. Therefore no treatment was given to him.”Advertisement The court had on April 22 directed the state government to instruct all laboratories to make available the test results within 24-hours. It had even asked the state government to consider taking action against those labs which are not following the directions. Today the bench in its order said “The report shows that on May 10, at 11.06.53 hrs swab test was collected by the lab of Sir CV Raman General hospital. The lab received the swab sample after 22 hours. It appears that the sample was tested on May 11 and the result was reported at 13.43 hrs on May 11. The Registry has confirmed that till time of the death the result of the test was not communicated to him”. The patient had died on May 12.Advertisement Advertisement The court opined “There is a direction of this court that test results should be informed to the patient in 24-hours from taking a swab test. We are not taking up the matter only because the person concerned is an employee of this court. We are worried about implementation of the order of this court and the lives of the citizens.” Accordingly it directed “We direct the state government to initiate action against the said lab which is responsible for this lapse and place on record the action taken report on the next date. We direct the state government to issue a direction to all laboratories to follow the directions issued by the court to avoid any such instances”.TagsKarnataka High Court Covid-19 RT-PCR Test Karnataka Government Chief Justice AS Oka Justice Aravind Kumar Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
ABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Tropical Storm Fay is moving north on Friday, bringing pounding rains to the Jersey Shore as it nears New York City.With winds of 60 mph, Fay is currently moving north at 12 mph. As of 11 a.m., the center was about 170 miles south of New York City.Fay may reach 65 mph before making landfall on Friday afternoon. Tropical Storm Fay is forecast to make landfall along the New Jersey coast on Friday afternoon.Fay will bring heavy rain into New York City by the afternoon.The storm will then head north up the Hudson Valley and into Vermont on Saturday.The biggest threat with Fay will not be damaging winds but flash flooding. In some areas, seven inches of rain is possible.Winds will be gusty along the coast, 40 to 50 mph, but no major wind damage is expected.Tornadoes cannot be ruled out in the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast on Friday and Saturday.Tropical Storm Fay is already the sixth named storm of the 2020 hurricane season, which is the earliest at this point in the year ever. In 2005, the busiest hurricane season on record, the sixth named storm was recorded on July 22.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Absolutely pouring in Ocean City. Flash flood warning in effect. pic.twitter.com/L62qAdll30— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) July 10, 2020 A tropical storm warning was issued from Delaware to Connecticut while a flash flood watch is in effect from Maryland to Massachusetts.On Friday morning flash flooding struck Delaware, Maryland and the New Jersey shore, where some areas are seeing as much as six inches of rain. The flooding at the shore in Margate is covering the sidewalk. Be careful as the center of Tropical Storm Fay is now less than 90 miles from Cape May. @6abc pic.twitter.com/VtGWMCx1h8— Karen Rogers (@karenrogers6abc) July 10, 2020 Driving down to Ocean City pic.twitter.com/26NWhJRat9— Katie Katro (@KatieKatro6abc) July 10, 2020 NOAA’s #GOES16 #satellite is tracking #TropicalStorm #Fay this morning with its visible and infrared bands. You can see the center of circulation spinning just off the mid-Atlantic coast. #DEwx #NJwx #NYwx #CTwx #RIwx https://t.co/eb2LIAxGRD pic.twitter.com/fLZg5ufwS8— NOAA Satellites – Public Affairs (@NOAASatellitePA) July 10, 2020
IS IT TRUE that today we shall examine the claim of “explosive growth” made by Mayor Winnecke in the State of the City address with references from the United States census?…we will start by visiting just what “explosive growth” is?IS IT TRUE that Mayor Winnecke brought out a term that hasn’t been associated with Evansville for at least half a century?…the term chosen by our Mayor in the State of the City address to describe what is happening in Evansville was “explosive growth”?…we wonder just what the heck Mayor Winnecke thinks that “explosive growth” means because to any layman in the streets growth of any kind is just not that apparent?…the best definition we could find was to describe explosive growth as “an abrupt positive change of significant magnitude”?…in order to examine the growth that may have occurred we consulted the federal governments repository for such information?…that is the website for the United States Census that has official 2010 counts and approximations from 2015?…the following data is for a FIVE YEAR PERIOD?IS IT TRUE that the population of the City of Evansville actually shrunk from 2010 to 2015 by 0.1% from 120,081 to 119,943?…when it comes to population the growth is negative which is more associated with the term implosive than it is with explosive?…in spite of the pollyanaish claim of explosive growth the reality is that Evansville has less people than it did 70 years ago by roughly 25,000 people and if it were not for annexation the number of the loss would approach 40,000?…that over and over the numbers associated with the economics in Evansville display nothing that could be considered to be anything other than tepid growth or negative growth?…income is stagnant, housing values have not increased significantly for 20 years, the labor participation rate languishes in the low 62% range! and while the “misery index” has improved, we are still in the bottom quartile?IS IT TRUE that it is a well known fact that the highly touted crown jewel of downtown Evansville, Ford Center is losing money to the tune of $9 Million per year below what former Evansville Mayor Weinzapfel’s masters of the universe said it would?…furthermore the plethora of big musical acts that never played Roberts Stadium but would beg to play downtown haven’t?…the number of businesses downtown is still about the same as it was before the Ford Center opened?…that has now been nearly 6 years so the bugs should be worked out of the magic medicine that the traveling medicine show said they planted?…to believe that Evansville is experiencing explosive growth is about as silly as thinking a chicken fat video would shape us all up?…it is delusional to think such things and disingenuous to say such things?IS IT TRUE that the Hillco Real Estate group is offering all 88 of the HH Gregg Stores inventory and leasehold properties in a public auction?…the entire chain if HH Gregg stores have filed for bankruptcy and are being liquidated rapidly?…the management and owners did try to find a buyer but not one interested party came forth?…HH Gregg came to Evansville into the space formerly occupied by Circuit City which filed for bankruptcy as well?…this is just another of the death march of big box retailers from the marketplace?…the prognosticators on CNBC are projecting that over 8,600 retail stores will close this year in the United States which is more than double the largest number that we have ever seen close in a single year?…we can thank the conveniences brought to us by big online retailers like Amazon?…this will truly be seen as the year that big box retail became obsolete and the malls started to search for other ways to maintain relevance?FOOTNOTE: Todays “READERS POLL” question is: Do you feel that the taxpayers of Evansville should spend another dollar to subside Ice Hockey at the Ford Center?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] LinkEmail