A rape was reported Tuesday to a University administrator, according to the Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) crime log for Wednesday.The alleged rape occurred March 26 in a North Quad women’s residence hall, according to the entry.Information about sexual assault prevention and resources for survivors of sexual assault are available online from NDSP and from the Committee for Sexual Assault Prevention.Tags: NDSP, NDSP crime log, rape, sexual assault
Monday, June 24: Julie Halston of Tootsie Rock of Ages is officially back on a New York City stage and CJ Eldred is with it as Drew. Eldred has recently been seen in Desperate Measures and appeared in The Book of Mormon national tour. Don’t miss out on his #LiveAtFive interview on Thursday, June 27, to hear all about bringing the rock-and-roll musical back to NYC. Julie Halston Star Files Wednesday, June 26: Kaitlyn Black of #DateMe: An OkCupid Experiment Broadway.com’s #LiveAtFive is a daily news show on Facebook Live, in which our editors discuss the newest buzz on Broadway, chat with stage stars about their current projects, and take questions from viewers. This week’s guests are starring in the hottest new shows on the boards, so be sure to tune in! Kaitlyn Black is helping audience members fall in love in off-Broadway’s #DateMe: An OkCupid Experiment. This marks Black’s New York stage debut. Known for starring in Hart of Dixie, Black’s other screen credits include Floaters, NCIS: New Orleans, The Petal Pushers and more. Watch this live interview on Wednesday, June 26, to learn all about this new interactive musical. P.S. Did you know that #LiveAtFive is also a podcast? Make sure to subscribe and stay up to date with Broadway news and interviews. Tuesday, June 25: Mallory Portnoy of Oklahoma! View Comments Thursday, June 27: CJ Eldred of Rock of Ages Mallory Portnoy Julie Halston is currently appearing in Tootsie as Rita Marshall and will be a #LiveAtFive guest on Monday, June 24. The 11-time Tony-nominated new musical marks Halston’s ninth Broadway production in her impressive resume that features turns in On the Town, Anything Goes, Gypsy, Hairspray and more. She has been seen on screen in Sex and the City, The Class, The Battery’s Down and more. Don’t miss out on this live interview! Mallory Portnoy has been busy making her Broadway debut in the Tony-winning revival of Oklahoma! and will be a #LiveAtFive guest on Tuesday, June 25, to talk all about it. While this may be her first time on the Great White Way, Portnoy is no stranger to the spotlight. She has been with director Daniel Fish’s reimagined Oklahoma! since its run at St. Ann’s Warehouse and previously appeared in off-Broadway’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Her screen credits include Roger, the Chicken, Grace and Frankie and more. Be sure to tune in live to hear Portnoy talk about the acclaimed revival and, of course, chili.
Brattleboro Retreat,Vermont Business Magazine The Brattleboro Retreat has announced the appointment of Gaurav Chawla, MD, as the hospital’s new chief medical officer (CMO). Dr. Chawla served as CMO at Providence Behavioral Health Hospital in Holyoke, MA, where he has worked since 2012 in various roles including Chief of Psychiatry and Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Services. He began his official duties at the Retreat on September 30th.“With board certifications in three areas—child and adolescent psychiatry; adult psychiatry; and addiction medicine—we are fortunate to have someone of Dr. Chawla’s experience and clinical expertise lead our medical staff,” said Louis Josephson, president and chief executive officer of the Brattleboro Retreat. Dr. Chawla is a certified physician executive who received his medical degree from Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College in Aligarh, India. In 2001 he completed a residency program in Psychiatry at the Medical University of Ohio followed by the completion of a residency program in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Tufts New England Medical Center in 2003.An innovative healthcare leader, Dr. Chawla has a track record of partnering with regional and state agencies in implementing initiatives to improve access, clinical care, and patient and provider experiences in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.“I am honored and privileged to be part of the Brattleboro Retreat, which has such a strong history of commitment to people with mental health and addiction issues,” said Chawla. “I am also excited to be joining the Retreat’s talented and forward-thinking leadership team.”Chawla says he looks forward to working with the Retreat’s dedicated medical staff and inter-disciplinary teams, and to collaborating with state agencies, patient advocacy groups, and community providers in efforts to enhance the quality and availability of mental health and addiction care in communities across Vermont and throughout New England.Dr. Chawla resides on Longmeadow, MA, with his wife who is also a physician specializing in cardiac anesthesiology. They have an 11 year old daughter and an 8 year old son.The Brattleboro Retreat, founded in 1834, is a not-for-profit, regional specialty psychiatric hospital and addictions treatment center, providing a full range of diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitation services for individuals of all ages and their families. Nationally recognized for its premier treatment in behavioral healthcare, the Brattleboro Retreat offers a high quality, individualized, comprehensive continuum of care including inpatient, partial hospitalization, residential and outpatient treatment.Source: BRATTLEBORO, VT (October 7, 2019) —The Brattleboro Retreat
Peeling paint is among the codes violations Prairie Village sought to address with the addition of staff time.Prairie Village has seen increased compliance with its regulations for things like peeling paint and unkempt lawns since the city approved additional staff hours for its codes enforcement department in late 2015.A report presented to the city council earlier this month showed that with the increase to two full-time code enforcement officers in early 2016, Prairie Village has seen a sharp uptick in the number of code-violation cases proactively initiated by city staff while the number of resident complaints about code violations at neighboring properties has dropped off.There were only around 100 proactive code violation cases logged in the city in 2014. Last year, the number was nearly 850, showing the degree to which city staff have increased their attention on code issues.“This is a huge increase from what we saw just a few years ago,” said Assistant City Administrator Jamie Robichaud. ”Data from the code enforcement department also shows that the average time to close a case — meaning the problem has been addressed — decreased from 59 days in 2014 to 32 day in 2017.Improperly screened or stored trash containers were the dominant code violation in 2017, making up 54 percent of total cases. The city updated its solid waste ordinance in 2017, including changes to the requirements for screening bins.Tall weeds and grass was the second most common violation, making up 12 percent of the cases.The council spent a good deal of time in 2015 reviewing its building maintenance ordinances and developing policies to ensure violations were being enforced consistently.
There’s no such thing as a “small” deal in this industry, coming out of a recession. However, it’s the big deals, and the brokers who make them, that make the market an interesting one to watch.In every issue, AZRE publishes the top five notable sales and leases for a period of 60 days (one month out from publication) based on research compiled by Cassidy Turley and Colliers International with CoStar.Top 5 Notable Leases and Sales (October 1 to November 30, 2013) Source: Cassidy Turley Research Department, Colliers International and CoStarSALES1. Fountain Hills Plaza, Fountain Hills 111,289 SF; $20.5MBuyer: Whitestone REITSeller: The Pederson GroupListing Brokers: Glenn Smigiel, Bob Young, Steve Brabant and Rick Abraham, CBRE2. Safeway, Peoria57,795 SF; $14.36MBuyer: SAR EnterprisesSeller: Pacific West LandListing Brokerage: CBRE3. LA Fitness, Casa Grande45,000 SF; $9MBuyer: The McNaughton CompanySeller: Vanderbilt Group, LLCListing Brokerage: Retail Investment Group, LLC4. Ashley Furniture/Oasis Bedrooms, Mesa53,312 SF; $6.1MBuyer: Ashley FurnitureSeller: Coventry II DDR SMListing Brokerage: Marcus & Millichap5. Palm Valley Pavilions East, Goodyear35,199 SF; $4.8MBuyer: Claxton Real Estate LPSeller: John & Cathy MonsonListing Brokerage: CBRELEASES1. Greenway Village, Phoenix 94,500 SFLandlord: McKinley, Inc.Tenant: HobbyTown USALandlord Broker: Trent Rustan, Arizona Partners Retail Investment Group LLCTenant Broker: Josh Gosnell, Commercial Properties, Inc.2. Broadway Dobson Center, Mesa42,303 SFLandlord: MGF Property, LLCTentant: Call It New, Call It AntiqueLandlord BrokerAGE: Rein & GrossoehmeTenant BrokerAGE: LevRose Real Estate3. 140 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa33,438 SFLandlord: A & S Capitol, LLCTenant: J Levine AuctionsLandlord BrokerAGE: Menlo Group Commercial Real EstateTenant BrokerAGE: Menlo Group Commercial Real Estate4. Chandler Festival, Chandler31,906 SFLandlord: Cole Real Estate InvestmentsTenant: Conn’sLandlord BrokerAGE: RED Development, LLC5. Glendale Market Square, Glendale28,909 SFLandlord: Kimco RealtyTenant: EJ’s AuctionLandlord BrokerAGE: Kimco Realty
The Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED) has announced Karime Hayer, business development coordinator for the Greater Yuma Economic Development Corp. (GYEDC), as the winner of the 2017 AAED Ben Warren Memorial Scholarship.The scholarship, named in honor of Ben Warren who was one of AAED’s founding fathers, charter member and past president, provides full tuition for the Arizona Basic Economic Development Course.According to the selection committee, Hayer was chosen this year because of the benefits her community will gain as a result of her participation in the course. The Basic Economic Development Course will provide Hayer with the professional development necessary to further her skills and assist the GYEDC in research, business retention, social media development and bi-national relations with sister economic development organizations in Mexico.AAED, founded in 1974, has a mission to serve as Arizona’s unified voice advocating for responsible economic development through an effective program of professional education, public policy, and collaboration.
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Chef Laird Hamilton by Jennifer Cawley.WHO: Laird Hamilton, author of Fuel Up, published by AssoulineINSTAGRAM: @LairdHamiltonSurfLAIRD’S GUEST-WORTHY RECIPE: Ditch Plains Green PancakesWHY?“My girls and I visit the Hamptons every year for a charity stand-up paddle event and to visit long-time friends in the area. The Ditch Plains pancakes are one of my favorite recipes in my new Assouline cookbook, and they’re obviously relevant to the Montauk area. They are an unusual, savory brunch plate, but are really light and loaded with iron-rich spinach. [Iron] helps make the hemoglobin in our red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout our bodies. It’s ideal for vegetarians and those who avoid gluten as well. The inclusion of a jalapeño pepper and the lemon juice bring a zingy and bright flavor to the start of the day.”INGREDIENTS:For the lemon butter1/4 c raw butter, softened2 tsp grated lemon zest1 tsp minced parsleySea salt and black pepperFor the pancakes5 oz spinach leaves, washed2 Tbsp raw butter, melted3 green onions, finely sliced1 jalapeño pepper, trimmed, seeded, and minced1/2 c gluten-free flour3/4 Tbsp baking powder2 eggs1/2 tsp ground cumin1 c almond milkSea salt and black pepperOlive oil, for the panLemon wedges, for garnishDIRECTIONSFor the lemon butterWhisk together all the ingredients in a small bowl until blended. Place in the freezer to firm up while you prepare the pancakes.For the pancakesPreheat the oven to 200ºF.Heat a little water in a small pan over medium heat.Add the spinach leaves, cover, and cook for just one minute, until the spinach wilts. Place the spinach in a bowl to cool down. Drain the spinach and coarsely chop.Combine the melted raw butter, green onions, jalapeño, and spinach in a mixing bowl. Add the flour, baking powder, eggs, cumin, and almond milk. Season with salt and pepper. Give it a good whisk to combine.Coat a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat with olive oil. When the pan is hot, pour on several quarter-cup pancakes. Cook about three minutes, until air bubbles form on the surface, then flip them over and give the other sides a couple of minutes. Add a little more oil as the skillet dries out. You can stack the cooked pancakes on a plate and keep them warm in the oven until ready to serve.To serve, place the desired quantity of pancakes on a plate with a teaspoon of lemon butter on top and a lemon wedge on the side. Share
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