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Dolan’s Summer Party: The sound of the underground

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first_imgTwitter Email Facebook Linkedin Previous article€1.2 paid out to Limerick prisonersNext articleGuide dog owner to complete Mini Marathon Eric Fitzgeraldhttp://www.limerickpost.ieEric writes for the Entertainment Pages of Limerick Post Newspaper and edits the music blog www.musiclimerick.com where you can watch and listen to music happening in the city and beyond. NewsDolan’s Summer Party: The sound of the undergroundBy Eric Fitzgerald – August 22, 2014 630 center_img Advertisement WhatsApp THIS weekend’s Summer Party at Dolan’s boasts an exciting lineup. In association with Seoda Shows the gig features God Knows and mynameisjOhn, R.S.A.G, Moscow Metro, Elaine Mai, The Vincents, New Secret Weapon, Jet Setter, Slow Riot, Elastic Sleep and choosing the platters that matter, Lenny DJ Set, Steve Windings DJ Set and Tom Fitz (Termight Klub) DJ Set.RSAG (Rarely Seen Above Ground) is Kilkenny based multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Hickey. Jeremy records, performs and produces all the material in his home studio. His live shows are an audio visual treat. From behind his drum kit Hickey controls a bank of instruments, samples and is backed by a virtual band projected onto a big screen. While the feat of being able to perform this show with dexterity is fascinating enough to be worth checking out, RSAG also has the songs and chops as witnessed on 2013’s ‘Rotate EP’. His debut album ‘Organic Sampler’ received a Choice Music Prize nomination for the Irish Album of the Year 2008 and the long promised third album is now progressing along as Jeremy revealed a few weeks ago, “The hard part is over, songs for the album have been selected. Now to record the drums…. it’s gonna get LOUD!!!”RSAG plays the Dolan’s Summer Party this weekend and Electric Picnic on August 31.Limerick’s Moscow Metro had a successful summer touring in Germany. The band has already raised their profile nationally having played festivals including Electric Picnic, Body and Soul and Liss Ard in Cork. In Germany the band performed at Karrera Klub, Berlin, a sold out show in Stuttgart and joined The National and Warpaint at The Maifeld Derby Festival in Mannheim among others.Their EP Spirit of the City was recorded between Grove Studios, Exchequer studios and Grouse Lodge and co-produced by the band, Owen Geaney and Rob Kirwin who has worked with Glasvegas and The Horrors.The band taped their official debut TV performance for Clár Imeall on TG4. The performance will be aired in October.Tickets for Dolan’s Summer Party are just a fiver. It will take place over four venues: The Warehouse, Dolan’s Upstairs, The Terrace and the Kasbah Social Club featuring God Knows and mynameisjOhn, R.S.A.G, Moscow Metro, Elaine Mai and many more. It happens this Saturday August 23. Printlast_img read more

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Shannon Group Plc heralds new beginning for region

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first_imgPrint Twitter Previous articleEuroMillions winning ticket sold in IrelandNext articleSharma appeals €100m planning refusal Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsShannon Group Plc heralds new beginning for regionBy Staff Reporter – September 20, 2014 679 Advertisement Emailcenter_img “The establishment of Ireland’s newest commercial semi-state company, The Shannon Group plc, is the beginning of a new direction for Shannon and the wider Atlantic Corridor area,” the Presidents of Ennis, Galway, Limerick and Shannon Chambers stated in response to its official establishment by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe on Friday, 5 September 2014.“While much has been written and said about the gains achieved to date at Shannon Airport since it was made independent, the real significance of the new corporate entity can only now be gleaned as its four pillars – Shannon Airport, Shannon Commercial Enterprises Limited, Shannon Heritage and the International Aviation Services Centre (ISAC) –  gain the legislative ability to frame and sanction their strategic and operational directions.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “As highlighted in the recently released quarterly National Household Survey, the growing skew between the Dublin east coast area and the West of Ireland, which is pointing to an obvious lack of focus on balanced regional development in the country, needs to be addressed. The Shannon Group, with its remit for airport development, industry, tourism and property, can become the catalyst for better and stronger regional development and initiate much-needed change in how national economic activity is spread.“The Shannon Group starts out on a strong footing. Early gains and achievements in delivering increased air access and an air of certainty at Shannon Airport have instilled a confidence in the local and regional communities  – the general public, industry and tourism sectors – and similar early gains in the Group’s other operational areas will serve to qualify the overall benefits of the combined assets of the Group.“The official establishment of the Shannon Group now gives the board and management team clarity of purpose and a combined focus. We look forward to seeing the positive dividends that will emanate from their sphere of influence along the entire Atlantic corridor,” the Presidents concluded. Facebook Linkedin WhatsApplast_img read more

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#WATCH 96 first years begin the Thomond College story in Limerick

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first_img TAGSlimerickThomond College RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Twitter NewsEducationLocal News#WATCH 96 first years begin the Thomond College story in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – September 5, 2016 1952 Linkedin Facebook Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live center_img WhatsApp Jaylynn Roche with her mum Leeanne from Annacotty pictured as Thomond Community College officially came into being today with the initial intake of First Years at the school, which is an amalgamation of Salesian Secondary School and St. Nessan’s Community College.Pic. Brian ArthurA NEW era for second level education on Limerick’s north side officially dawned on Thursday last as Thomond Community College came into being.The school – an amalgamation of Salesian Secondary School and St. Nessan’s Community College that will be run under the auspices of the Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board (LCETB) – celebrated as it enjoyed its initial intake of First Years, with 96 students walking through the doors today and starting out their five year second level education.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Thomond Community College is located in the state-of-the-art, former St. Nessan’s Community College facility off the Old Cratloe Road.  Its students are drawn predominantly from Limerick city and county but also east Clare.The First Year intake at the college is up 50% from three years ago when the amalgamation was announced. Overall numbers on the campus, which is located adjacent to Limerick Institute of Technology, is now 500, up from 320 in 2013.In addition to the new First Year intake, Fifth Year and Second Year students from Salesian Secondary School have today transferred to the Thomond Community College, with all set to retain the teachers for the various subjects they had in the 2015/2016 school year at the Salesians.The amalgamated Community College, thanks to the transfer of teachers from Salesians this year, now has a teaching body of 57, an increase of 17 from the numbers that taught at the Old Cratloe Road school last year.  The first day of the new school was marked by the planting of a cherry blossom tree by staff, with the full complement of 500 students crossing the threshold on Friday.Thomond Community College School Principal Eugene O’Brien said that today was a historic day for education at the campus and for the city.  “This is a monumental day for us all and there’s a great air of excitement amongst everyone, teachers, students and parents. It has been three years in the making and we are starting with a very positive intake of 96 students.“Above all, it was great to see the First Years coming through with such positivity.  It’s the start of a new period in their lives, a hugely important one. They and their parents have chosen Thomond Community College and the entire teaching staff here is committed to making sure they get the best possible platform for the rest of their lives.”Thomond College Deputy-Principal Vivienne Hogan said nothing will be spared to give the students the best start, with a very strong focus on progression to third level.  “We have a great campus here, with fantastic facilities, very committed teachers and a hugely supportive LCETB.  We’re going to build something really special at Thomond Community College.“Our ethos is built around ensuring that students achieve to the best of their ability, with the best possible results, ensuring progression to Third Level and also very much helping them to become rounded and confident young men and women,” she said.Parents also gave the new Community College their seal of approval.  Said, Leeianne Roche, from Annacotty, whose daughter Jaylynn was among the starting First Years:   “For me as her mom, it’s a nervous day as my first born daughter embarks on a new journey into becoming an adult and getting new experiences and subjects that she’s going to learn. It’s an emotional and proud time as I know she’s going to grow into a fantastic little woman.“I wanted her to go to Salesians primary and she’s out the other side of that now.  With the amalgamation, it made sense to follow through and send her here.  I’m a past pupil of Salesian Secondary also and many of the teachers that taught me are here also now and I’ve  met them here today.  That gives me great confidence. They taught me well and I’ve no doubt Jaylnn will get the same experience.”As for Jaylynn herself, there was a mix of excitement and nervous.  “I’m excited and nervous.  We were here for the introduction night and I have friends as well here today from my primary school, the Salesians, so that’s great. We were made feel very welcome.” Previous articleThe public and private Michael Collins: A Great ArrangementNext articleStudios screening ‘Campaign to Change the National Monuments Act’ Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Print WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement Emaillast_img read more

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Father-of-two jailed for murdering his Limerick flatmate

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first_imgLinkedin Latvian Arnis Labunskis was found guilty of murdering his Limerick flatmate in 2015A LITHUANIAN man who came to Ireland in search of a better life was bludgeoned to death in his Limerick home just two-months after his arrival in the city.Dainius Burba was 39 when his flatmate beat him to death with the leg of a coffee table at an apartment they shared off Wolfe Tone Street in Limerick in April 2015.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Last Friday, Arnis Labuskis (56), a Latvian father-of-two, began a life sentence when he was found guilty of the murder after initially blaming the violent attack on a fictitious intruder.Mr Burba was murdered between April 20 and 21, 2015, after he suffered several blows to his face and a broken skull.When he was questioned by Gardaí, Arnis Labuskis blamed an intruder but during the trial at the Central Criminal Court, he claimed he had acted in self-defence.He said that Dainius Burba called him in to a darkened room in the middle of the night and attacked him with the leg of a coffee table. He managed to get the table leg off his attacker and used it to swing out in defence.He walked for four hours before calling to his daughter’s house and telling her he had been in a fight. He returned home a short time later and when a neighbour checked in on him, he was found trying to hide evidence. He had also dumped a bloodied t-shirt in a nearby wheelie bin.Deputy State Pathologist Dr Michael Curtin said he found Mr Burba’s blood-stained body on a bed and that he had “full thickness” injuries as well as a broken skull and jaw. He had received around 19 blows to the head and face which caused his death.Sergeant John Farmer read a short victim impact report on behalf of Mr Burba’s sister, Gitana Burbaide who described the victim as “a good person, who never wanted to die.“He came to Ireland two months before his death looking for a better life,” she explained.The statement went on to describe the impact the killing has had on the lives of Mr Burba’s family.After the jury returned a unanimous guilty verdict, Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy jailed Arnis Labunskis for the mandatory life sentence and commended the Gardaí involved in the investigation.“This investigation is a fine model of how investigations should be conducted,” she said. Print Facebook Email Twittercenter_img Previous articleChildbirth deaths don’t make courtNext articleThe Pied Piper in panto at the ’Bridge Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsFather-of-two jailed for murdering his Limerick flatmateBy Staff Reporter – February 20, 2017 1218 Advertisement WhatsApplast_img read more

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#Watch New SFI research centre, CONFIRM at UL to create more…

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first_imgFacebook Email Previous articleShannon Foynes Port Company to host conference of major EU transport figures on FridayNext articleCAO decision time – Smart Futures calls on Limerick students to explore the benefits of a career in STEM Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisement NewsBusiness#Watch New SFI research centre, CONFIRM at UL to create more than 100 jobs nationwideBy Staff Reporter – May 16, 2018 2946 WhatsAppcenter_img Linkedin Minister Heather Humphreys TD launched the CONFIRM headquarters at Park Point, University of Limerick. Pic: Sean Curtin True MediaThe Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys TD today, Tuesday, May 16, launched the latest Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centre, CONFIRM – a ‘smart manufacturing’ research centre led by University of Limerick (UL) and involving 42 companies.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The centre is funded by SFI and industry to a value of €47 million, making it one of the largest new research and development centres in the country. The manufacturing sector is the second largest employer in Ireland and accounts for 24 per cent of total economic output – €110 billion in exports.Commenting ahead of the launch UL’s Professor Conor McCarthy, CONFIRM Centre Director, said, “This truly is a game-changer for Irish manufacturing competitiveness. The establishment of this SFI research centre will position Ireland to play a leading role in the global smart manufacturing revolution. This innovation will enable consumer-driven mass customisation, where future Irish products will be tailored to individual needs and delivered directly to them just hours after placing orders.”Minister Heather Humphreys TD launched the CONFIRM headquarters at Park Point, University of Limerick. The Park Point site, close to the main UL campus had been empty for some time and the university will continue to invest in its rejuvenation over the coming years.“CONFIRM will benefit Ireland through enabling us to compete internationally, generating employment, enhancing student skills, and attracting new investment,” Said Minister Humphreys.She added, “We are delighted to support this centre which will transform manufacturing in Ireland through the expertise of highly-skilled researchers. CONFIRM is one of five new Research Centres to receive funding from the Irish Government through Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).”The CONFIRM SFI Research Centre is a consortium led by University of Limerick including the Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, Cork Institute of Technology, National University of Ireland Galway, Athlone Institute of Technology, Maynooth University and Limerick Institute of Technology. The centre will comprise more than 200 researchers in smart manufacturing, including 106 new appointments.The CONFIRM SFI Research Centre is supported by 42 Industry partners including technology providers and end users from the Multi-National Corporation (MNC) and Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sectors across Ireland.Dr Ciarán Seoighe, Deputy Director General of Science Foundation Ireland, said, “By enhancing Ireland’s smart manufacturing systems through expert research, CONFIRM, alongside the other SFI Research Centres, will deliver important scientific advances that will enhance our economy, provide excellent training for students and maintain Ireland’s outstanding global reputation.”Speaking about the launch, Minister of State for Training, Skills and Innovation, John Halligan, TD, said, “Through impactful research led by manufacturing and engineering experts, CONFIRM will continue the excellent work to date of the 16 other SFI Research Centres, all of which generate value in our economy through education and training, job creation, advancing key sectors and important scientific discoveries. I want to congratulate the researchers of CONFIRM and to wish them the best of luck.” Print Twitterlast_img read more

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Odessa native headed to Sundance Festival

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first_img Reid Miller, right, with his mother Megan Miller with their family dog Bella Thursday at their home in Odessa. Facebook WhatsApp By admin – January 4, 2018 Midessa Music Fest is in July Local NewsEntertainment Odessa native headed to Sundance Festival Twitter Country crooner featured at Rolling 7’s A small white and tan dog chimed in with the ring of a doorbell and inside an Odessa home, tucked in the back of a winding housing addition, lighted Christmas decorations cast a warm glow in the living room. As everyone got comfortable on cozy couches and chairs, the Millers seemed like just another family enjoying their Christmas break.But the Millers aren’t your average Odessa family and 18-year-old Reid Miller isn’t your average Texas teenager. Some days he works up to 12-hour days in Los Angeles to pursue his dreams.Reid started acting at the age of 13, graduated high school at the age of 15, and for the past four years has been traveling back and forth from Odessa to Los Angeles to build a career in Hollywood. And his mother, Megan, has been there to support him along the way—whether it’s to help negotiate contracts or help set up headshots for a portfolio.Later this month Reid will be heading to the 2018 Sundance Film Festival after the short film “WYRM” was selected, in which he plays the leading role. Reid Miller, right, with his mother Megan Miller with their family dog Bella Thursday at their home in Odessa. Pinterest Reid Miller, 18, graduated high school at the age of 15 and for the past four years Reid has been traveling back and forth from Odessa to Los Angeles to build a career in Hollywood. Reid is home for the holidays and then headed to Sundance festival in January.center_img Megan said out of the 40,000 films that were submitted, only 60 are chosen in three categories, so in Reid’s category only 20 films were selected.“So the fact that they picked it out of that big of a pool is a big deal and it’s really exciting,” Reid added. “And what’s also really exciting is that a lot of big stars are gonna be there so I’m hoping I get to, like, meet some of my heroes like Robert Downy Jr., (or) any of the Avengers.”Reid said he has always wanted to go to the Sundance Film Festival, but they wanted to have a reason to go because it is costly. But this year it was in the back of their minds, he said, because they knew “WYRM” turned out “fantastic.”“It’s gonna be a new and awesome experience,” he said.This year has been Reid’s busiest year since he began, starring as Pete Hickey on Play by Play, a TV series on Verizon’s mobile channel Go90, and having minor roles in other TV Series including The Fosters and Training Day. He has also filmed a pilot for the TV Series Rounds this year; has been a part of the feature film F.R.E.D.I., which will have a soft premiere in May; and has a starring role in short film “A Love Deed.”With more than 20 IMDb credits, Reid said he feels like each year he has progressed and he has a feeling this year will be a really good year.His acting career began after taking part in an Applause Rising Talent Showcase, but the opportunity was really more like a door that was waiting to be opened.“It wasn’t just a thing that was spur of the moment, like ‘I should be an actor. I should be in the movies.’ There’s always been that creative drive to create stuff,” Reid said.His father, Shawn Miller, said from the time Reid was very small he always showed an intense interest and passion for making films and telling stories. From creating small stop-motion films to drawing tons of comics, Reid’s passion just continued to build.“It wasn’t like a passing phase like I wanna be a movie star or that kind of thing,” Shawn said.Now Reid spends more time writing than drawing and more time coaching, training and auditioning then he does making stop-motion films, but his passion remains the same.His biggest goal is to one day be an action star like Tom Cruise, or portray a superhero when he gets older. His biggest motivation and why he really loves acting, he said, is because he loves to play other people.“I love to step into the shoes of someone I would have never been and never have the opportunity to be and it’s like I get to live kind of different lives and get paid to do it. That’s why I especially love the Sci-Fi genre, because it’s like I — to be able to play out those scenarios and live in that world is like, you’re getting paid to play make-believe. You really are and that’s like the best job. I love that so much,” he said.While Reid and his mother have spent more time in L.A. than they have Odessa this year due to a busier schedule, when they are able to come back home they recognize the slower pace.“…It definitely feels like a vacation anytime I visit because I can actually sit down and breathe,” Reid said, as he drew in a deep breath. “L.A. is like hustle-bustle. It’s so fast and it never really slows down and the people never slow down. It’s always: go, go, go.”He also has some interesting conversations with friends when he visits home, which is a good break from the constant networking he does when he’s in California. Reid recalled one of his friends asking him who he met this year and whether he’d met any stars.“It’s just different because someone like a big star could walk down the street in L.A. and no one’s going to notice,” he said.Reid’s friend Dawson Shrum, who he met through a local homeschooling group called IGNITED, said it’s pretty cool to have a friend in the TV and movie industry. For Shrum, it’s a neat experience to watch his best friend on a TV show and hear about the projects he works on.Shrum said Reid is a hard worker, never gives up on anything and although it may seem like Hollywood and Odessa are two completely different worlds, Reid knows he’s just another person and “doesn’t act crazy.”“At the end of the day, I know if I really need him, help be there. Even if he’s crazy busy, he’ll be there for me,” Shrum said. “It’s like we’re brothers almost.”Although at 18 years old, Reid is officially an adult, he and his mother have agreed that she will be there for him as long as he wants her there. Reid said due to the fact he looks more like 15 than 18, people may try to take advantage of him and think he’s naïve.“If I do another season of my show Play by Play, I probably wouldn’t need her with me because I’m so close with everyone on set. Like with all the other actors and the crew and there’s no weird anything, so that would be fine. But doing something new, or if I had to go out of the country, she would come with me and I would want her to because you never know what’s gonna go down,” he said.Those interested in following Reid’s career can like his Facebook page, Reid Miller Actor, or follow him on Instagram @therealreidmiller. 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WNPAC segment airing on FOX

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first_img Slap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasseroleSouthern Style Potato SaladFruit Salad to Die ForPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Previous articleTraffic stop leads to pursuit, narcotics chargesNext articleWWE’s Aiden English carrying Guerrero legacy back through West Texas, as SmackDown gets set to rock Odessa admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Home Local News WNPAC segment airing on FOX FOX Channel 24 (KPEJ) is now featuring a Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center segment on its Wednesday morning broadcasts.Marketing Manager Ginny Van Doren said “Wagner Noël Wednesdays” will highlight different events coming up, and when there is time, offer a behind-the-scenes look at the WNPAC.This is the first time the Wagner Noël has participated in this paid partnership with Fox, she said.Van Doren said the segments usually last about three minutes. OC employee of the year always learning Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School Facebookcenter_img Twitter ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ WhatsApp Facebook Local News WNPAC segment airing on FOX Lorra Johnson points to a sensory icon on a smart board during elementary primary class in the new Bynum School in Midland. By admin – March 16, 2018 Pinterestlast_img read more

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GOOD NEWS: Sul Ross students win awards in TIPA Competition

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first_img Pinterest Twitter GOOD NEWS: Sul Ross students win awards in TIPA Competition Previous articleMASTER GARDENERS: Celebrate Easter in your garden with the ‘long-flowered lily’Next articleREUNIONS: April 1, 2018 admin Facebook By admin – April 1, 2018 WhatsApp GOOD NEWS: Sul Ross students win awards in TIPA Competition ALPINE Sul Ross State University student journalists received 18 awards from the annual Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (TIPA) convention, held March 22-24 in Dallas.Sul Ross won seven first-place awards, four in yearbook competition, including best cover design and overall excellence for The Brand. Vashti Armendariz, Marfa, won both first and second place in two categories, feature page/spread design and inside news page design.In newspaper competition (The Skyline), Noah Fields, Newnan, Ga., won first place in the environmental portrait category. Jesus H. Guerrero, El Paso, won first place in sports page/spread design. Andrew Smith, Houston, was a first-place winner in the sports column category.Kacey Barton, Midland, placed second in both static graphic information and cartoon strip panel categories, and received an honorable mention in illustration competition. Magaly De Leon, Houston, received a second-place award in general news photo and third in sports feature photo competition.Malyssa Reed, Katy, placed third in critical review competition; Andrea Bode, Georgetown, was third in general news column; and Rainey Miller, Hico, placed third in general news photo. Susanna Mendez, Temple, received an honorable mention in the sports action photo category.All awards were received in previously-published categories.With the original 1909 meeting at Baylor, the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (TIPA) became the oldest state collegiate press association in the nation and has grown into one of the largest and most respected collegiate groups in the country.Contests have grown from three initial competitions to contests in general magazine, radio, television, online, two divisions of yearbook, two divisions of literary magazine and four divisions of newspaper, plus more than a dozen on-site contests during the annual convention. Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Local News Pinterestlast_img read more

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Flowers, food highlight Ellen Noël event

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first_img WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp Ellen Noël Art MuseumIt really is time to smell the flowers and all for a good cause – supporting the the Ellen Noël Art Museum.The Ellen Noël Art Museum, 4909 E. University Blvd., has scheduled Flower Market 2018, a fundraising event, May 4-5 in the garden.A variety of events including live music and shopping and free art activities for children are on the agenda.The schedule:May 4: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Preview Party. There will be food, beverages, live music, early shopping at vendor books and first access to the plant and flower sale. Tickets are $35. Advance registration is required.May 5: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Plant and Flower Sale. There will be a wide selection of plants, flowers, herbs, pots and more for sale, as well as demonstrations, food trucks, music and family art activities.May 5: 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Community Art Day with Earth Day activities and free hands-on art stations for all ages.May 5: An Evening in the Garden. There will be plants and flowers for sale, along with music, food trucks, a cash bar, artisan vendors and more. Tickets are $15 (includes one drink).The museum will begin selling raffle tickets during the Preview Party for a trip for two to Brandywine Valley in the picturesque Pennsylvania countryside.Tickets are $50 each and include airfare, hotel and car rental for four days and four nights and a $500 gift card to be used toward dining and other entertainment.Admission is free and open to the public (unless otherwise stated).For more information, call 5509696 or visit www.noelartmuseum.org Facebook Pinterest ellen noel logo Local NewsEntertainmentcenter_img Twitter Pinterest Flowers, food highlight Ellen Noël event Twitter By admin – April 27, 2018 Previous articleTEXAS VIEW: San Jacinto Day commemorates Texas independenceNext articleAutism SHARE Walk adminlast_img read more

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Global Oncology Partnering Directory 2015-2020: Updated with the Latest Deal Trends, Players and Financials…

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first_img WhatsApp Global Oncology Partnering Directory 2015-2020: Updated with the Latest Deal Trends, Players and Financials – ResearchAndMarkets.com TAGS  Previous articleJohn Sarkis Joins Align as Chief Revenue OfficerNext articleFA rescinds 1 of Southampton’s red cards in 9-0 loss Digital AIM Web Support Twitter Pinterest DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 4, 2021– The “Global Oncology Partnering 2015-2020: Deal Trends, Players and Financials” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The Global Oncology Partnering 2015-2020: Deal trends, players and financials report provides an understanding and access to the oncology partnering deals and agreements entered into by the worlds leading healthcare companies. The report provides a detailed understanding and analysis of how and why companies enter oncology partnering deals. The majority of deals are development stage whereby the licensee obtains a right or an option right to license the licensors oncology technology. These deals tend to be multicomponent, starting with collaborative R&D, and commercialization of outcomes. Most of the deals included within the report occur when a licensee obtains a right or an option right to license a licensor’s product or technology. More often these days these deals tend to be multi-component including both a collaborative R&D and a commercialization of outcomes element. The report takes readers through the comprehensive Oncology disease deal trends, key players and top deal values allowing the understanding of how, why and under what terms companies are currently entering Oncology deals. The report presents financial deal terms values for Oncology deals, where available listing by overall headline values, upfront payments, milestones and royalties enabling readers to analyse and benchmark the value of current deals. In addition, a comprehensive appendix is provided with each report of all Oncology partnering deals signed and announced since 2015. The appendices are organized by company A-Z, stage of development at signing, deal type (collaborative R&D, co-promotion, licensing etc) and technology type. Each deal title links via Weblink to an online version of the deal record and where available, the contract document, providing easy access to each contract document on demand. In conclusion, this report provides everything a prospective dealmaker needs to know about partnering in the research, development and commercialization of Oncology technologies and products. Understanding the flexibility of a prospective partner’s negotiated deals terms provides critical insight into the negotiation process in terms of what you can expect to achieve during the negotiation of terms. Whilst many smaller companies will be seeking details of the payments clauses, the devil is in the detail in terms of how payments are triggered – contract documents provide this insight where press releases and databases do not. This report contains a comprehensive listing of all oncology partnering deals announced since 2015 including financial terms where available including over 4,000 links to online deal records of actual oncology partnering deals as disclosed by the deal parties. In addition, where available, records include contract documents as submitted to the Securities Exchange Commission by companies and their partners. Contract documents provide the answers to numerous questions about a prospective partner’s flexibility on a wide range of important issues, many of which will have a significant impact on each party’s ability to derive value from the deal. Report scope Global Oncology Partnering 2015-2020: Deal trends, players and financials is intended to provide the reader with an in-depth understanding and access to oncology trends and structure of deals entered into by leading companies worldwide. Global Oncology Partnering 2015-2020: Deal trends, players and financials includes:Trends in oncology dealmaking in the biopharma industry since 2015Analysis of oncology deal structureAccess to headline, upfront, milestone and royalty dataAccess to over 4,000 oncology deal recordsThe leading oncology deals by value since 2015 In Global Oncology Partnering 2015-2020: Deal trends, players and financials, the available deals are listed by:Company A-ZHeadline valueStage of development at signingDeal component typeSpecific therapy target Key Topics Covered: Executive Summary Chapter 1 – Introduction Chapter 2 – Trends in Oncology dealmaking 2.1. Introduction 2.2. Oncology partnering over the years 2.3. Oncology partnering by deal type 2.4. Oncology partnering by industry sector 2.5. Oncology partnering by stage of development 2.6. Oncology partnering by technology type 2.7. Oncology partnering by therapeutic indication Chapter 3 -Financial deal terms for Oncology partnering 3.1. Introduction 3.2. Disclosed financials terms for Oncology partnering 3.3. Oncology partnering headline values 3.4. Oncology deal upfront payments 3.5. Oncology deal milestone payments 3.6. Oncology royalty rates Chapter 4 – Leading Oncology deals and dealmakers 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Most active in Oncology partnering 4.3. List of most active dealmakers in Oncology 4.4. Top Oncology deals by value Chapter 5 – Oncology contract document directory 5.1. Introduction 5.2. Oncology partnering deals where contract document available Chapter 6 – Oncology dealmaking by therapeutic target 6.1. Introduction 6.2. Deals by Oncology therapeutic target AppendicesAppendix 1 – Directory of Oncology deals by company A-Z since 2015Appendix 2 – Directory of Oncology deals by deal type since 2015Appendix 3 – Directory of Oncology deals by stage of development since 2015Appendix 4 – Directory of Oncology deals by technology type since 2015 For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/ofadi1 View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210204005813/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: HEALTH ONCOLOGY SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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