What do you think of lawyer advertising? The Florida Bar’s Advertising Task Force 2004 is seeking input from Bar members during the upcoming Annual Meeting.The task force is meeting from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursday, June 24, at the June convention, held at the Boca Raton Resort & Club.Members are being invited to share their experiences with the Bar advertising rules (subchapter 4-7, Rules Regulating The Florida Bar) or their opinions about lawyer advertising.The task force appreciates the submission of written comments along with any oral testimony, but written comments are not required. Anyone who cannot attend is also invited to submit written comments.Also, anyone wishing to speak should contact Bar Ethics Counsel Elizabeth Tarbert, to schedule a time, at (850) 561-5780, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or in writing to The Florida Bar, 651 E. Jefferson St., Tallahassee 32399-2300. May 1, 2004 Regular News What do you think of lawyer advertising?
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– Advertisement – “I feel like I couldn’t do a dating app just because I’m on TV,” she said. “I feel like people would seek me out.”Lowry noted that even if she wanted to use an app to find love, she wouldn’t know where to start.“I’m so awkward that I don’t know how I would be on a first date,” she revealed. “Like, I don’t eat in front of someone for, like, 10 weeks. Do not take me out on a date where I have to eat in front of you because I won’t.”- Advertisement – The mother of four previously joked about her past relationship issues, blaming the breakups on her lack of filter.“Maybe that’s why my relationships haven’t worked out, because I’m just, like, immediately, like, ‘Here’s all my baggage,’” Lowry said on a September episode of her podcast. “Instead of showing them the good parts of me first, I just dive right into it.”The Hustle and Heart author has been vocal about her ups and downs with her exes over the years, but vowed earlier this month that she was done fighting the men.“I’m not gonna fight. I’m not fighting with nobody,” she told her cohost Vee Rivera on the Tuesday, November 3, episode of their “Baby Mamas No Drama” podcast. “You know what? [In] 2021, Vee, I’m not even f–king playing.”She added: “I am done paying for attorneys. I have six attorneys. When I told you I’m done paying f–king all of them, unless it’s related to my f–king businesses, I am done. I’m done! We [are] working this s–t out.”Lowry shares son Isaac, 10, with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera, son Lincoln, 6, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin, and sons Lux, 3, and Creed, 3 months, with ex-boyfriend Chris Lopez.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! When Chrisley, 31, asked the Teen Mom 2 star how she knew she wouldn’t click with a possible suitor, she pointed to her children.Kailyn Lowry Courtesy of Kailyn Lowry/Instagram“I have four f–king kids! I don’t have anything in common with any man,” Lowry explained. “I’m not gonna date someone who has kids. I’m just not gonna do it. Like, I will not.”The reality star revealed that because her life is so public, she is hesitant about trying any dating app.- Advertisement – Dads are off limits! Kailyn Lowry has a few rules when it comes to what type of man she wants to date.“Part of me wants to try casual dating just to see what it’s like,” Lowry, 28, said on the Thursday, November 5, episode of her “Coffee Convos” podcast with Lindsie Chrisley. “But I don’t think that I could talk to people. I don’t have anything in common [with men].”- Advertisement –
Jun 5, 2009World’s novel flu count nears 22,000The global count of novel flu cases jumped to 21,940, including 125 deaths, from 69 countries, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported today. The count was up 2,667 since the last report 2 days ago. Appearing on the list for the first time are Barbados, Luxembourg, and Saudi Arabia. Besides the United States, Mexico, and Canada, countries reporting more than 300 cases are Australia, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Chile.[WHO update 44]US case total passes 13,000The number of confirmed and probable novel flu cases in the United States reached 13,217 today, 27 of them fatal, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced. The death toll rose by 10 since the CDC’s Jun 3 count. Wisconsin has the most cases (2,217), followed by Texas (1,670), Illinois (1,357), California (973), and New York (858).[Current CDC numbers]Deaths reported in five more statesFive more novel H1N1 deaths were reported over the last day, one each in Arizona, California, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Utah, according to news reports. The patients from Arizona, Illinois, and Pennsylvania were older than 55 and had underlying conditions. (The Arizona patient also had pneumonia.) The California patient was a 9-year-old girl who also had a bacterial infection. The patient from Utah was younger than 18, and reports didn’t say if he or she had an underlying condition.[Jun 5 Associated Press story]Australia’s novel flu case count tops 1,000Australia’s tally of novel H1N1 cases reached 1,006 today, up by 130, and Health Minister Nicola Roxon said the government expects the virus to spread nationwide, according to Bloomberg News. The total is the most of any country outside North America. The state of Victoria added 122 cases today for a total of 874. Australian officials said earlier this week that they were seeing sustained community transmission. But Roxon said the cases are mild and travel restrictions are not warranted.[Jun 5 Bloomberg report]Scotland sees surge of H1N1 casesScotland confirmed 22 new cases of H1N1 flu today, bringing its total to 141, the Scottish government said in an online update. None of the new cases were travel-related. The country has seen a sixfold increase in H1N1 flu cases this week, Bloomberg news reported today. As of yesterday, Scotland’s 119 cases accounted for about a quarter of the 459 cases in the United Kingdom, the story said.[Scottish government’s Jun 5 H1N1 update]Cayman Islands, French Polynesia report first casesThe Cayman Islands and French Polynesia have both reported their first cases of the novel flu. The Cayman Islands case was confirmed yesterday in a young person who recently returned from a trip to New York City, the Associated Press (AP) reported. In French Polynesia, the illness was found in a young American woman who arrived from Los Angeles and was flagged through thermal screening at the airport, Radio Australia News reported. The woman and her husband were isolated and treated.[AP report on Cayman Islands case]International novel flu isolates show little genetic changeInfluenza experts at the CDC who have been analyzing genetic sequences of novel H1N1 isolates from a wide geographic area, including New Zealand, have seen little variation, said Anne Schuchat, MD, interim deputy director of the CDC’s science and public health program, at a press briefing yesterday. Global health officials have voiced concern that the new strain could mutate as it spreads to other regions, including the southern hemisphere, where the flu season is just starting.[Transcript of Jun 4 CDC briefing]
When asked about the quality of Turopolje truffles, Ceroja added that this is a topic of expert discussion, but that there are 16 types of black truffles, and the quality depends primarily on how the truffle is treated when harvested and stored, so as not to lose quality. “Most importantly, there are 16 newly discovered types of truffles that have been analyzed, determined and authenticated by Professor Romano Božac. All these truffles, which until 2018 were not recorded anywhere in the world, can be seen today in the Mushroom Museum on the central Zagreb Square. One of them, the Turopolje truffle, is named after the extinct Turopolje cattle, Tuber prigmenius bos, and the other is named after its inventor – Tuber Kolić. There are also Tuber uncinatum, Tuber macrosporum, Tuber mesentericum, Tuber brumale… Said Nikola Tarandek, an experienced truffle grower from Istria. Although Istria is a synonym for truffles, black truffles can be found in Turopolje, ie in the area of Turopolje grove, even in Slavonia. With the aim of informing the public about truffles in the area of Turopolje grove as well as the promotion of the destination from the Zagreb County Tourist Board, they organized a hunt for black truffles for the needs of future promotional activities. How to experience the complete and authentic taste and smell of black truffles, restaurants of the Turopolje region, Mon Ami, Pivnica Turopolje and Bistro Babriga through the following period, they included dishes on the theme of black Turopolje truffles in their offer. As for the gastronomic offer, Ceronja points out that in his restaurant he will have a hot and cold appetizer, main course and black truffle dessert. “ From the cold appetizer, we will have a steak carpaccio with grated black truffles, and the warm appetizer will be combined with wide noodles with eggs, specific to the Turopolje region, with truffles. Pumpkin soup with truffles is also a great addition. For the main course, we plan to offer pork in cranberry and truffle sauce as well as duck breast. As for desserts, we will offer ice cream as well as chocolate mousse with truffles, to complete the whole gastro story. ” While some slept through the emergency, some were, despite everything, proactive. Thus, the Zagreb County Tourist Board began to work actively on the gastronomic promotion of Turopolje as well as the Zagreb County through the branding of truffles of the Turopolje grove. Mon Ami Restaurant Through additional promotion of the Zagreb County Tourist Board, the potential of this exclusive branch of mushroom growing has found its way to local menus and encouraged caterers to pair traditional dishes of the Turopolje region or discover new combinations. Bruno Ceronja, the owner of the Mon Ami restaurant, points out that the black truffle of Turopolje certainly has great potential for enriching the gastronomic offer, as well as for the motive for coming to Turopolje. “We used to use Istrian black truffle, and now we will proudly use our black truffle from Turopolje grove.”Ceronja points out. As Ceronja points out, apart from the gastronomic offer, active and rural tourism, Turopolje is also ideal for the development of cycling tourism. And that is proof of that, Ceronja points out, how often teams that hold trainings in Turopolje come to Turopolje because of the ideal conditions, thanks to the hilly and lowland environment. Black truffles are found in the indigenous pedunculate oak forest, they are very difficult to grow commercially, but people with specially trained dogs have to find and dig them up. Admittedly, there is commercial production of black truffles in which France, Italy and Spain are in the lead, as well as in consumption, while in the world there is no confirmed success in plantation cultivation of white truffles. There has been an attempt for a long time to develop the tourist story of Turopolje, which certainly has great potential for the development of active, gastro and rural tourism. Especially because of the proximity of Zagreb, where the entire Zagreb green ring is an ideal weekend destination for escape from the crowds and stress. The fact that there are black truffles in Turopolje is a great potential for our destination, points out Ivana Alilović, director of the Zagreb County Tourist Board, and adds: ” Zagreb County, Turopolje area makes a significant contribution to better gastronomic and thus tourist offer, mostly the offer of restaurants, farms and hotels located in the green ring of Zagreb. Inconspicuous in appearance, but irresistible in smell and taste, the underground mushroom is one of the most expensive and most appreciated foods in the world and represents an additional step forward and potential in the promotion and branding of the destination Turopolje. ” Therefore, four truffles, led by Mr. Mario Kolić, after whom one of the truffles of the Turopolje grove is named, TUBER KOLIĆ, went hunting for black truffles, and everything is documented for the promotion and branding of Turopolje as a gastro destination in whose restaurants will soon be be able to taste authentic dishes combined with Turopolje black truffle. Photo: Zagreb County Tourist Board “It is necessary to connect value chains, create new tourist products in the destination, only in these new times can we be an attractive destination for all of us ” emphasizes Alilović and adds that the emphasis is on sustainable, green and above all safe tourism in the green ring of Zagreb. ” First of all, discover the undiscovered from today, take home the unforgettable memory of truffle hunting”Concludes Alilović.
SHARE Email Facebook Twitter 301 Fifth AvenueSuite 390, Piatt PlacePittsburgh, PA 15222333 Market Street8th Floor Suite 501Harrisburg, PA 17101-2210110 North 8th StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19107 African American Affairs, Hate Crime, National Issues, Non-discrimination, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf, the Governor’s Advisory Commission on African-American Affairs, and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission released the following joint statement about acts of discrimination in places of public accommodation:“We have shared public concerns over recent incidents in Pennsylvania, including the arrest of two Black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks, the treatment of five Black female golf club members at the Grandview Golf Course in Dover, York County, and racial slurs being shouted at a Black student by a Penn State student. These types of incidents have no place in Pennsylvania.“We must do everything we can to curb the painful and far-reaching impact of bias, prejudice, and hate on individuals across the commonwealth. We must all work together to stand up for what is right and protect individuals in our communities from discrimination.“Our commonwealth – especially our shared interests of better communities and opportunities for our families – is stronger when we are united and treat each other as equals. We must continue to work to combat discrimination, reject both avert and systemic racism, and bring fairness to our institutions at all levels.”“The commonwealth has strengthened anti-discrimination policies for state employees, visitors to state buildings, and all contractors that do business with the commonwealth. However, we must ensure all commonwealth employers and places of public accommodation are ensuring no one is the subject of discrimination and violators must be held accountable.“We urge business managers and owners to reflect upon the treatment of individuals who seek to patronize your businesses. Businesses are considered places of public accommodations and are subject to the anti-discrimination provisions of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA).”The Pennsylvania Human Relations Act guarantees that individuals have the right to obtain all the accommodations, advantages, facilities and privileges of any public accommodation. If you feel a place of public accommodation has treated you differently because of your race, color, sex or any other protected class status, please visit our website: www.phrc.pa.gov or call your regional office for more information on filing a complaint. April 26, 2018 Governor Wolf, PHRC and Governor’s Advisory Commission on African-American Affairs Issue Statement Condemning Racial Discrimination in Places of Public Accommodation Pittsburgh Regional OfficeHarrisburg Regional OfficePhiladelphia Regional Office 412-565-5395412-565-5711 TTY only717-787-9780717-787-7279 TTY only215-560-2496215-560-3599 TTY only
This rundown house at Woodend was recently purchased by Apprenticeships Queensland, and will be given a full reno in the new year. SuppliedA HOUSE described as a “time capsule” will be renovated by school-aged apprentices — the third such project undertaken by Aprenticeships Queensland.The company, which employs apprentices and trainees and provides on-the-job experience, recently bought 10 Williams St East in Woodend, with students to start work on it early next year. And the kitchen after the transformation. The bathroom before … The Hill Street project before the renovation … Even the wash basin remained. Supplied And the pedal-power Singer sewing machine. Supplied.Another renovation project at Herbert St in Sadlier’s Cross is nearing completion. It was bought for $285,000 in 2017, and the young apprentices have been working alongside experienced tradies to completely renovate the 1925-era house.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoThe first project house — 12 Hill St, North Ipswich — was bought for $275,000 and sold a year later for $447,500, according to property records. The Hill St kitchen before the renovation … And after the renovation.The apprentices and trainees will be a mix of local boys and girls from grades 11 and 12.They will work alongside local tradies, and will learn a wide range of skills.Mr Hilberg said the students would, unlike a lot of trade workers, see the project from start to finish.“They tend to take a lot of pride from the work they do,” he said, noting some would go on to secure long-term apprenticeships. Inside the Woodend house is a treasure trove of old world furniture. Supplied … and after the renovation. But it is inside that the changes are more dramatic.Apprentice Queensland CEO Paul Hilberg said their most recent house acquisition at Woodend offered a snapshot of the past.He said the house was full of old world furniture, and even had original family photographs still on the walls. “There was a pedal-powered Singer sewing machine, the old wash basin at the end of the bed, it was like a treasure trove and many of the students would never have seen some of these items,” he said. “The house, we are told, is about 100-plus years old, and we were also told it had been in the same family that entire time.“When time comes to renovate it, we will want to maintain the heritage of the house and update it.”
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