March 1, 2019 /Sports News – National Giants CEO caught on camera knocking wife to the ground FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailStephen Lam/Getty Images(SAN FRANCISCO) — San Francisco Giants team president and CEO Larry Baer was caught on camera in a physical altercation with his wife in a San Francisco park on Friday.The video, first published on TMZ Sports, shows Baer knocking his wife, Pam, to the ground during a fight over a cellphone. In the video, you can hear her scream ‘Oh my God! No!It also shows Baer holding the cellphone while walking away.Baer told the San Francisco Chronicle, he and his wife had an argument over a family member and his wife fell off a chair during the argument.He also told the Chronicle he has apologized to his wife.San Francisco police were not called to the scene, but tell ABC News they are aware of the video and are investigating.“Regrettably today we had a heated argument in public over a family matter,” the couple said in a statement. “We are deeply embarrassed by the situation and have resolved the issue.”Major League Baseball released a statement saying they are looking into the incident.“Major League Baseball is aware of the incident and, just like any other situation like this, will immediately begin to gather the facts,” the league said. “We will have no further comment until this process is completed.”Baer was part of the ownership group that bought the team in 1992 to keep them in San Francisco. He became CEO of the Giants in 2012.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by
French Navy frigate FS Aconit (F713) has sailed to the Republic of Cyprus for a joint exercise that is taking place March 11 off the coast of Cyprus.The search and rescue (SAR) Exercise, titled CYPFRA-01/16, will involve search and rescue (SAR) units and personnel from the Republic of Cyprus and France.The aeronautical SAR exercise will be conducted under the operational control and coordination of the Joint Rescue Coordination Center (JRCC) Larnaca, in close cooperation with the French frigate.According to the Cypriot ministry of defense, the scenario deals with a simulated maritime accident in which the Cyprus National SAR Plan NEARCHOS, would be immediately implemented by the JRCC Larnaca in order to confront the situation. Specifically, the exercise will focus on daylight SAR operations, MEDEVAC emergency drills and deck-landing of the SAR Helicopters of the Republic of Cyprus onboard the French frigate.This will be the first exercise on SAR matters in 2016. Republic of Cyprus and the French Navy conducted five such exercises last year. March 11, 2016 Share this article Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today French Navy, Cyprus conduct joint SAR exercise View post tag: French Navy View post tag: FS Aconit French Navy, Cyprus conduct joint SAR exercise
A Ugandan doctor was arrested last weekend after claiming to have earned a degree in Medicine from Oxford University, among other institutions.Moses Tumusiime, 28, also used the aliases Dr Job Mike Feeth and Dr Job Mark Vie, and was able to perform surgery in over four Ugandan hospital before he was caught.In addition to Oxford, he carried forged certificates for various medical qualifications from Makerere University in Uganda, Kenwood International University of Science and Technology, San Francisco Northern California College of Science, India University of Science and Technology, and the Medical and Dental Practitioners Council in Uganda.Police arrested Mr Tumusiime in the Ugandan capital city, Kampala, and he will now be charged with forgery and posing as a medical officer.Simon Nsubega, a spokesman for the Kampala police force, recommended that employers carry out more careful background checks on the educational qualifications of their staff.Nsubega also suggested that the Uganda National Examinations Board as well as national and international universities consider more sophisticated degree certificates to combat forgery.After his arrest, Mr Tumusiime said that he had at one time been pursuing a Bachelor of Medicine at Oxford University but had dropped out due to financial concerns.However, a spokesman for the University reported that “we don’t have any record of anyone by that name enrolling at Oxford”.Last week a 29 year old Bavarian banker, who had performed 190 operations, was found to have faked the Oxford degree that enabled him to gain a position as a trainee doctor.‘Dr Christian E’ created the certificate on this home computer in 2003, and was only caught by an anonymous tip-off to the University Hospital of Erlangen.
BHS Senior Dale Murphy has committed to playing baseball at Penn State Berks Campus. Pictured with Dale are BHS Head Coach Dave Hoffmann, parents Tom and Brianne Murphy and sister Dara. ×
(Image courtesy National Weather Service) The National Weather Service has issued a Coastal Flood Advisory in effect for Ocean City from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday.These conditions are created by Hurricane Dorian, which will be well out to sea as it passes by Ocean City on Friday.Water levels are expected to peak in the hours around high tide on the bay side of Ocean City at 2:55 p.m. Forecasters project a tide of 5.7 feet on the mean low water scale (MLW). This projection falls into the category of “minor” tidal flooding. Visit www.ocnj.us/octides to compare these predictions to other recent and historic tide levels.Residents should monitor conditions and be prepared to move vehicles from areas that typically experience tidal flooding. The roads closer to the beach including Central and Wesley avenues are typically at higher elevation. For your safety and the protection of your vehicle and neighboring properties, never attempt to drive through flood waters, and do not drive around barricades.The National Weather Service also issued a High Surf Advisory in effect from 2 p.m. Friday through 10 a.m. Saturday. The surf will build rapidly through Friday, and swimming conditions will be dangerous.Please avoid the ocean on Friday as the storm passes. Rough surf will continue through the weekend as the weather improves. Remember to swim only at beaches guarded by the Ocean City Beach Patrol. See list.For Police and Fire Department emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies, call 609-399-9111.
Harvard scientists are all for collaborating when it comes to research. But when it comes to saving energy in their labs, the competition can get fierce.Whether it’s closing fume hood sashes when they’re not in use or adjusting freezer temperatures, researchers in labs across campus are setting the sustainability bar higher for each other through friendly contests. And their steps are paying off — a building-wide energy-efficiency project at Northwest Labs alone is projected to save $900,000 a year. 7Using gas chromatography and mass spectrometry, researchers in the Northwest Labs analyze trace residues on ancient vessels found in Turkey. A building-wide energy-efficiency project at the labs is projected to save $900,000 a year by adjusting ventilation and airflow levels. From left are Julia Strauss ’19, GSAS student and research assistant in chemistry and chemical biology Tim Roth, Bary Lisak ’19, and Jordan Donald ’18. 10Professor Hopi Hoekstra works with GSAS students Rockwell Anyoha (left) and Brock Wooldridge. The Hoekstra Lab recently won the national North American Laboratory Freezer Challenge in the academic division, saving energy costs and reducing emissions by taking steps like tuning their freezers to minus 70 C from the standard minus 80 C. 12Lab manager Kyle Turner (left) teaches in the Hoekstra Lab. 6GSAS student Cristin Juda works in the Betley Lab, where a recent renovation incorporates cutting-edge sustainable technology and green building features that aim for LEED certification. 5The Weitz Lab is partnering with the Green Labs program to assess the energy use of lab equipment. Pictured here are Biyi Xu (from left), associate researcher at Nanjing University; Kirk Mutafopulos, GSAS physics student; and Pascal Spink, a research fellow in applied physics. 8A tetrode twister is used in the Murthy Lab by researchers studying the neural and algorithmic bases of odor-guided behaviors in animals. The lab won a recent energy-saving competition by shutting the sash on fume hoods when not in use. 11Emmanuel D’Agostino ’19 (left) and Rebecca Greenberg ’18 (right) work with Professor Hopi Hoekstra (center). 4Shima Parsa works with a UV-visible spectrometer. The Weitz Lab is active in the Office for Sustainability’s Shut the Sash Competition, which aims to reduce the energy consumption of fume hoods. 1Yuka Amako (left), visiting fellow and postdoctoral candidate, and GSAS student Hope Flaxman do chemical biology research in the Woo Lab, where researchers compete to save energy by keeping fume hood sashes closed when not in use. 3Researchers measure the absorption of light in a fluid sample using a UV-visible spectrometer in the LEED Gold-certified Weitz Lab. Shima Parsa (left) is a postdoctoral candidate and Zhehan Zhong is a fellow in applied physics 2Professor Christina Woo works in her lab, which has been upgraded with equipment that meets high sustainability standards, including the most energy-efficient freezer on the market. New fume hood controls conserve energy by reducing airflow when not in use. 9Alex Su ’18 works in the Betley Lab, which participates in an expanded lab recycling program while consistently meeting its monthly goal through the Shut the Sash Competition. In addition, lab members reduce waste by composting in their kitchen.
Alaska governor Michael Dunleavy has made changes to the board of the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC), the company in charge of developing the Alaska liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. Governor Dunleavy named department of labor commissioner Tamika Ledbetter and department of environmental conservation commissioner Jason Brune to serve as State of Alaska department-level appointees to the AGDC board.Doug Smith and Dan Coffey, both of Anchorage, were also named to replace outgoing board members Hugh Short of Girdwood and Joey Merrick of Eagle River. Short and Merrick were both notified of their dismissal from the AGDC board earlier, a statement by the governor says.“Alaskans have long focused on the benefits of reduced energy costs, bringing our rich energy resources to market and monetizing our North Slope gas. Today’s announcement continues those goals, while putting in place the personnel to make diligent review of the project,” said Dunleavy.AGDC is governed by a seven-member board of directors, five public members and two principal department heads of the State of Alaska. New members of the board will join AGDC board members Dave Cruz of Palmer, David Wight of Anchorage, and Warren Christian of North Pole.AGDC has taken leadership of the project at the end of 2016. Partners in Alaska LNG are ExxonMobil, BP and ConocoPhillips.The partners are looking to commercialize Alaska’s North Slope natural gas resources through proposed facilities including a liquefaction facility in the Nikiski area on the Kenai Peninsula.Other facilities include an 800-mile large diameter pipeline, up to eight compression stations, at least five take-off points for in-state gas delivery, a gas treatment plant located on the North Slope and transmission lines to transport gas from Prudhoe Bay and Point Thomson to the gas treatment plant.The project is designed to export up to 20 million metric tons of liquefied natural gas per year and the construction works are expected to start this year.
The recently sunken supply vessel will not affect shipping traffic in the Singapore Strait, according to the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).The Dominica-flagged vessel Ocean Cooper 2 capsized and sank within Singapore territorial waters in mid-February 2019.MPA Singapore has since the incident completed a hydrographic survey of the wreck site.The wreck is located 41 meters below the sea surface, significantly deeper than the deepest draught of transiting vessels, which is 22 meters below the sea surface.The authority has therefore determined that the wreck does not pose a risk to the safety of navigation and will not affect shipping traffic in the area.MPA will update its nautical charts to indicate the location of the wreck, and issue a Notice to Mariners to keep the maritime community updated.
Low usage of the female condom in Uganda is becoming a major concern for health officials. After a successful campaign to reduce HIV and Aids in the country, prevalence rates have started to rise again.While the male condom is a success story, the female ones are struggling, especially among men, largely due to cultural biases.Health officials are now worried that these sentiments could reverse the country’s gains in the fight against HIV and Aids.Recent government statistics show a reversal in HIV prevalence rates from 6.4% previously to 7.3% currentlyCulturally in Uganda, men tend to make the decisions regarding sex. This is something that activists say has exposed women more to the virus.HIV prevention campaigners believe that empowering women and encouraging them to use female condoms will help them to protect themselves.Experts say if the country is to roll back rising HIV prevalence, the female condom must be a major part of Uganda’s HIV prevention strategy. Related Egyptian woman becomes one of the first female Mesaharaty Ugandans leading pork eaters in Africa Egyptian Woman Becomes First Female Football Referee
Tweet National School Arts Festival 2011This event is organized by the cultural division every two years. As traditional with every ceremony, it was opened with our National Anthem followed by the welcome done by Chief Cultural Officer; Mr. Raymond Lawrence. Mrs. Justina Charles; Minister of Cultural Division highlighted the importance of the event in showcasing and nurturing our children’s talents. “The number one sponsor is the Waitikubuli National Trail,” announced the Master of Ceremony Mr. Mikael Ferrol during the proceeds.The first section of the event was the choral section judged by Jennifer White, Ester Robinson, and Mr. Simeon Joseph, the participating schools: Castle Bruce Secondary ‘draw me close to you’ Convent High School ‘One day’ Dominica Community High School ‘The Banana Song’ Dominica Grammar School ‘We Wish you song’ Dominica Seventh Day Adverntist ‘Get All Excited’ North East Comprehensive ‘Ain’t Got Got Time To Die’ Orion Academy ‘Halleujah’ Pierre Charles Secondary School ‘Don’t Let Me Fall’ Portsmouth Secondary School ‘Imagine Me’Next was the vocal or solo section judged by Ophelia Marie, Michele Henderson and Fred Nicholas. The participating singers and the corresponding schools were: Convent High School – Ms Philadelphia ‘Colors of the Wind’ Castle Bruce Secondary – Mellisa Morgan Community High School – Ailda Breedy ‘The Journey’ Dominica grammar school -Karlyn Wright ‘Footprints in the sand’ Seven Day Adventist School -Dina Pendenque ‘How great thou art’ Goodwill Secondary School -Kevin Joseph ‘Praise you in the storm’ Isaiah Thomas secondary -Carla Henry ‘My heart will go on’ North East Comprehensive -Chelsea Prince ‘Waitikubuli Nature Trail’ Nehemiah Comprehensive- ‘New Season’ Pierre Charles Secondary- Amian Dangleben ‘If I ain’t got you’ Portsmouth Secondary -Jasmine Laville ‘His eye is on the sparrow’ St Martin Secondary -Ms Maureen D ‘Praise you in the storm’ St Mary’s Academy- Jerome Christopher ‘Everybody Knows’ Wesley High School -Alkenra John ‘I believe in you’While the judges deliberated, there were various musical interludes from flutes, recorders and drums.Certificates of participation were given to all the performing schools by Chief cultural officer Mr. Raymond Lawrence.The winners with silver medals were awarded in the choral section to North East Comprehensive and Portsmouth Secondary.In the bronze category medals awarded to Dominica SDA, Dominica Community High School and Castle Bruce Secondary.In the gold category medals awarded to Dominica Grammar School, Convent High School, Dominica SDA school.In the vocal section awards in the silver medal category were St Mary’s Academy, St Martin Secondary and Pierre Charles Secondary.In the bronze medal category those awarded were North East Comprehensive, Convent High School, Dominica Grammar School, Community High School, Isaiah Thomas Secondary, Castle Bruce Secondary, Portsmouth Secondary and Dominica Seventh Day Adventist Secondary School.The gold medalists were Dominica Grammar School, Convent High School and Dominica Seventh Day Adventist.Based on this Judging Criteria the school was given points according to how well they performed, this consisted of: Tonal Quality (well rounded tone, breath control) 25 points Expression (manipulation of voice for effect, dynamic variation, phrasing with audience) 25 points Musicality (clarity/correct pitching) 25 points Diction (clarity of words, pronunciation) 15 pointsPresentation (use of stage in context of song/poise) 10 pointsWell deserved mentions to Philadelphia Cadette(Convent High School), Dena Pendenque (Seventh Day Adventist Secondary) and Karlyn Wright (Dominica Grammar School) for their outstanding performances and heart stroking talent.By Jerlyn Williams Sharing is caring! Share Share 195 Views one comment EducationLocalNewsSecondary National School Arts Festival 2011 by: – April 4, 2011 Share