WILMINGTON REC REMINDERS Kids Dreamcatcher Class On August 14

WILMINGTON REC REMINDERS Kids Dreamcatcher Class On August 14

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is a recent reminder from the Wilmington Recreation Department:Signup for a fun afternoon of arts and crafts with our Dreamcatcher class on Wednesday, August 14, 2019. Open to kids entering grades 3-6.In some Native American cultures Dreamcatchers are handmade wall hangings placed where a person sleeps to ensure good dreams.When a person goes to sleep, the Dreamcatcher will attract all dreams. Bad dreams get trapped inside the web; good dreams pass through. In the morning light, bad dreams dissolve and disappear.In this class you will stencil a picture of a Dreamcatcher on wood using wood stain and paint. All supplies included.To register, visit https://www.wilmingtonma.gov/recreation, call 978-658-4270, or stop by Town Hall, Room 8. The Department is open Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Wednesday, August 14, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”WILMINGTON REC REMINDERS: Registration Now Open For Upholstery Workshop This FallIn “Community”WILMINGTON REC REMINDERS: Spots Still Available In ‘Learn To Sail’ ProgramIn “Community”last_img read more

Harvey Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty To Rape Sex Charges

Harvey Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty To Rape Sex Charges

first_imgRichard Shotwell/Invision/APProducer Harvey Weinstein has been fired from The Weinstein Company in the wake of new reports documenting decades of his alleged sexual harassment of former female employees and associates, the company’s board of directors announced Sunday.Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty Tuesday to rape and criminal sex act charges in New York.Weinstein quietly answered a series of yes and no questions from the judge asking if he understood his rights at the hearing in Manhattan after a grand jury indicted the former movie mogul last week on charges involving two women.One alleged victim, who has not been identified publicly, told investigators that Weinstein cornered her in a hotel room and raped her. The other accuser, former actress Lucia Evans, has gone public with her account of Weinstein forcing her to perform oral sex at his office in 2004. The Associated Press does not identify alleged victims of sexual assaults unless they come forward publicly.Dozens more women have accused him of sexual misconduct ranging from harassment to assault.The 66-year-old Weinstein has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex. His lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, has challenged the credibility of his alleged victims and says his client is confident he is going to clear his name.Brafman called the rape allegation “absurd,” saying that the accuser and Weinstein had a decadelong, consensual sexual relationship that continued after the alleged 2013 attack.Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. has said it was predictable that Weinstein’s camp would attack the integrity of the women and of the legal system.Vance, a Democrat, came under public pressure from women’s groups to prosecute Weinstein after declining to do so in 2015, when an Italian model went to police to say Weinstein had groped her during a meeting.Police set up a sting in which the woman recorded herself confronting Weinstein and him apologizing for his conduct. But Vance decided there was not enough evidence to bring charges.Weinstein is out on $1 million bail. Sharelast_img read more

Sheriffs Office Asks Victims Of Local Security Company To Come Forward

Sheriffs Office Asks Victims Of Local Security Company To Come Forward

first_img Share Harris County Sheriff’s OfficeHarris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez held a press conference to discuss the arrest of Pablo Munoz Garza.The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is asking victims of a man who works for a local security company and that has been arrested for aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping to come forward.Sheriff Ed Gonzalez held a press conference Thursday to discuss the arrest of Pablo Munoz Garza, 39, owner of TexGuard Services Co.A joint task force of the Violent Crime Unit at the Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) and the Criminal Investigation Division of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) arrested Munoz Garza for aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping for an incident that occurred in July of 2018.Photo provided by Harris County Sheriff’s OfficeInvestigators with the HCSO and the Texas DPS arrested Pablo Munoz Garza for aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping.According to the investigation, on July 29, 2018, Garza and several of the security guards that work under him assaulted and robbed a 33-year-old Hispanic male at a club called La Oveja Negra. One of the security guards could be identified with the name “Cowboy.”HCSO lieutenant Jeff Stauber said that, based on their findings, investigators think there are other victims.“We definitely believe, even from this particular instance, that there seems to be a group of them that are working together to carry out these crimes,” Gonzalez said. He emphasized the HCSO doesn’t require victims of crime to report their immigration status.Information can be provided to the HCSO’s Violent Crime Unit by calling 713-274-9100.last_img read more

Famous mathematician KC Nags 125th birthday to be celebrated in grand way

Famous mathematician KC Nags 125th birthday to be celebrated in grand way

first_imgKolkata: Whenever we talk of the subject Mathematics in our school days, we only tend to recollect the difficulties we faced while comprehending a sum about a monkey climbing up and slipping down a greased bamboo pole or water going in and coming outof a cistern.Perhaps, there is not a single person among us, who will be able to dissociate the Mathematics book by Keshab Chandra Nag, popularly known as KC Nag in our school days.The Mitra Institution in Bhowanipore, where KC Nag had been a teacher from 1924 to 1960, will be celebrating his 125th birth anniversary in a grand way as a tribute to him on Friday. A memorial book on KC Nag will be published, which will focus on the various aspects of his life. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedNag was born at Gurap in Hooghly, around 125 years ago, on the day of Rathyatra (July 10, 1893) and his books on Mathematics are still very popular among students from Class V to Class X.”By the end of this month, we will hold a memorial lecture on the great mathematician,” said Asit Baran Giri, the headmaster of Mitra Institution, Bhowanipore.Nag had passed the ISC examinations on 1914 with first division marks. He then graduated with Mathematics, Sanskrit and Arts and joined Krishnanath Collegiate School in Berhampore as a Mathematics teacher. Also Read – Naihati: 10 councillors return to TMC from BJPImpressed with his teachings, Sir Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay brought him to Kolkata and introduced him as a teacher of Mitra Institution.He became the headmaster of the school in 1956 and served the post till 1960.Noted personalities like Hemanta Mukhopadhyay, Subhas Mukherjee, Tarun Banerjee, Arjun Sengupta, Siddharta Shankar Ray to name a few were his students.Apart from his skills in Mathematics, he had a knack to serve the common people, which he had inherited from the then principal of Ramkrishna Math and Mission Vishuddhananda Maharaj, who he regarded as his guru. He was a disciple of Ma Sarada Devi. From 1925 to 1980, he wrote his diary named Ratna Bedi that contained many poems, songs, and jokes. He also took part in the Freedom Movement. He went to jail after participating in Mahatma Gandhi’s “Quit India” movement.The most interesting aspect associated with his life was his avid interest in sports – like cricket, football and tennis. He was a life member of Mohun Bagan club.His love for cricket also led to his bad helath. On February 1, 1985, he suffered a cerebral attack due to tension while watching a test match between India and England.He survived for two years after the attack but died on February 6, 1987.last_img read more

Heavy rains lash city disrupt road traffic normal life

Heavy rains lash city disrupt road traffic normal life

first_imgKolkata: Heavy rains lashed various parts of the city on Saturday evening, resulting in slow movement of vehicular traffic in various places.As it did not last for long, there was no major case of water logging reported from the city. Drainage department officials of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) inspected various locations following the rain to oversee the situation.However, a man was killed after being struck by lightning in Maidan area of the city, police said. Ajoy Mallick (27) was hit by lightning during a thunderstorm at around 6.30 pm. He was rushed to SSKM Hospital where doctors declared him “brought dead”. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeHeavy rains disrupted the normal lives of the people in the city as many officer goers faced difficulties while returning home. According to the prediction of the Regional Meteorological Centre in Alipore, the city, along with other South Bengal districts, may receive light to moderate rainfall in the next two days. Heavy rainfall has also been predicted in the North Bengal districts in the next 48 hours.The weather office has pointed out that a low pressure trough formed over Bihar has been bringing more rainfall in the districts of North Bengal. Alipurduar and Cooch Behar may witness heavy to very heavy rainfall due to the same. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedSince Saturday morning, the sky remained overcast in most parts of the city and South Bengal districts as well.As the day progressed, it started raining in almost all the South Bengal districts.It may be mentioned that in the past few days, various South Bengal districts have witnessed heavy rainfall due to cyclonic circulation created over North Bay of Bengal and its neighbourhood, which later contributed in the formation of a low pressure area over the bay and its adjoining areas. Under its influence, heavy to very heavy rainfall occurred in districts like North 24-Parganas, South 24-Parganas, Nadia and Murshidabad, Hooghly, West Midnapore andSouth 24-Parganas.A few days ago, a low pressure trough had formed over North Odisha and adjoining parts of Bengal resulting in more rainfall across the state.last_img read more

Former Miss India Ushoshi Sengupta harassed by group of youths 7 held

Former Miss India Ushoshi Sengupta harassed by group of youths 7 held

first_imgKolkata: Former Miss India Ushoshi Sengupta was allegedly harassed by some youths late on Monday night while she was on her way home with one of her colleagues in a cab.The accused youths allegedly followed her all the way to the area where she lived and tried to get her out of the car. When she screamed for help, the youths fled. Later, police arrested seven youths. According to Sengupta’s post on Facebook, on Monday night, near Exide crossing towards Elgin, a few youths, who were riding a bike without helmets, hit her cab from behind. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThey allegedly blocked her way and started yelling at the driver. Within a few minutes more youths appeared in the spot and started banging on the car window. They also dragged the driver out of the cab and started beating him. Sensing danger, Sengupta ran to Maidan police station, which was close to the spot to sought help of the police. When a police officer approached, the youths fled. The youths followed Sengupta and her colleague even when they reached near home. They had blocked her way and pelted stones on the car windshield. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThe accused youths even tried to break her mobile phone when she was recording the incident. When Sengupta shouted for help, some local residents arrived to help her. Seeing the locals, the youths fled the spot. Following the incident late on Monday night, Sengupta along with the cab driver went to Charu Market police station and lodged a complaint against the accused youths. After lodging the case, cops checked the CCTV camera footage of the road and arrested seven youths.last_img read more

As the ink dries on their Air Berlin deal Lufthansa now eyes

As the ink dries on their Air Berlin deal Lufthansa now eyes

first_img Posted by Travelweek Group Tags: Air Berlin, Alitalia, Lufthansa As the ink dries on their Air Berlin deal, Lufthansa now eyes Alitalia << Previous PostNext Post >>center_img MILAN — The Italian daily Corriere della Sera says Lufthansa is preparing a 500 million-euro ($590 million) bid for large parts of bankrupt Italian carrier Alitalia, including the fleet, pilots, air crew and air slots.Alitalia, which declared bankruptcy in May, faces a Monday deadline for binding offers.Citing three unidentified sources, Corriere said that Lufthansa’s plan calls for cutting 6,000 jobs and reducing the airline’s short- and medium-haul routes, which have suffered under the pressure from low-cost airlines. Alitalia declined comment.Lufthansa recently reached a deal to buy parts of the bankrupt carrier Air Berlin. Both Air Berlin and Alitalia have been controlled by Gulf airline Etihad, which has ceased financing.The Italian government has offered bridge loans, including a new 300-million-euro extension, to keep the airline operating. Monday, October 16, 2017 Sharelast_img read more

Intrepid now accepting applications for mystery trip into the unknown

Intrepid now accepting applications for mystery trip into the unknown

first_img Share NEW YORK – Do you have what it takes to travel ‘blind’ on a mystery trip? Ten intrepid travellers will soon find out.Intrepid Travel is calling for applications for a one-off ‘Uncharted Expedition’ that will see 10 travellers take a 2,200-mile trip into the unknown. Featuring towns and villages that can’t be found on Google Maps, the 22-day expedition traverses a route that Intrepid has never travelled before.The only known variables about the trip are the start and end points: Astana, Kazakhstan and Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, respectively. Other than that, participants will be going in blind with only small hints of what’s to come.Intrepid Travel co-founder Darrell Wade says this ‘mystery’ trip is unlikely to appeal to anyone but the most courageous travellers.“You won’t know where you’re going, what you’ll see, where you’ll stay or what you’ll be eating. There’ll be long travel days, intermittent electricity and Wi-Fi, a few cold showers and a few treats along the way though, including fermented mare milk,” he said. “But it’s going to be a real adventure. One day you could be hiking through the world’s most remote and breathtaking landscapes, the next soothing your aching muscles in a sauna in the middle of nowhere.”More news:  Venice to ban cruise ships from city centre starting next monthThe expedition, which will depart on June 30, 2019, will coincide with the company’s 30th anniversary.“When we first started out and we wanted to go somewhere new, we’d place a classified ad in the newspaper calling for intrepid people to join us on research trips,” added Wade. “Thirty years later, we go to more than 120 countries and we still get a thrill out of discovering new places with our most curious travellers.”The Uncharted Expedition is part of Intrepid Travel’s Expeditions range, a style of tours that the company still uses to discover new destinations and test new trip ideas. Participants will be asked to provide feedback, which will determine if the tour is added to Intrepid’s 2020 Expeditions offering.The Uncharted Expedition is available from today, at US$5,650 per person, excluding flights. Space is strictly limited to one departure only. For more details or to apply go to https://www.intrepidtravel.com/us/uncharted-expedition. Tags: Intrepid Travel, Kazakhstan, Mongolia Travelweek Group Posted bycenter_img Intrepid now accepting applications for ‘mystery’ trip into the unknown Tuesday, June 19, 2018 << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more