Lorde is currently on tour with Run The Jewels, playing stadiums nationwide. Last night brought the tour to Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York. Performing surprise live covers in Toronto (Drake‘s “Shot For Me”), Chicago (Kanye West‘s “Love Lockdown”), and Milwaukee (Frank Ocean‘s “Solo”), the pop starlet took the opportunity to cover fellow female rocker St. Vincent for an appropriate “New York” in New York.Producer Jack Antonoff joined the New Zealand pop artist on stage with an acoustic guitar for the MASSEDUCTION cover, transitioning into “Hard Feelings” from Lorde’s 2017 Melodrama, which Antonoff helped produce.Watch Lorde and Jack Antonoff perform St. Vincent’s “New York” and Melodrama‘s “Hard Feelings” in the fan-shot video below.[Photo: NYYankeeGirl][H/T CoS]
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Photo: CDCMAYVILLE – Public health officials in Chautauqua County say the number of residents under isolation or some type of quarantine continue to rise.During Thursday’s update, the Chautauqua County COVID-19 Response team reported there were no new positive tests today. Although, they say they are not aware of the exact number of tests awaiting results because tests are being performed at a variety of sites.So far, the county has recorded 53 negative lab reports.“The large number of negative results is a positive sign that community mitigation strategies are working,” officials said. “Your efforts are paying off, keep practicing social distancing and everyday precautions to decrease the spread of illness.” From the beginning, the county has said its goal is to identify new cases quickly and prevent or limit secondary exposures to ensure public health and safety.Public health nurses conduct epidemiologic investigations per public health standards and in conjunction with NYSDOH epidemiologists to determine who may have been exposed to an individual confirmed by lab testing to have COVID-19.“In all three of the confirmed cases in Chautauqua County to date, the individual and all household contacts were identified and ordered in mandatory quarantine and all proximal contacts were identified and ordered into precautionary quarantine,” said officials. “If a broader potential exposure would have been identified, it would have been publicized.”Isolation and quarantine orders by the public health director are as follows:Mandatory Quarantine*: 11*confirmed positive COVID-19 case or a household contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 casePrecautionary Quarantine*: 25*travel history to CDC level 3 country or proximal contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19.Mandatory Isolation*: 46* symptomatic of COVID-19 and pending COVID-19 lab testNursing homes, long-term care facilities, local hospitals, the federally qualified health center, and local physician practices in Chautauqua County are active partners and have been taking steps to assess and improve their preparedness for responding to COVID-19. Their comprehensive response plans include plans for:Rapid identification and management of ill residents and patientsConsiderations for visitors and staffSupplies and resourcesEducation and trainingSurge capacity for staffing and equipment and suppliesSick leave policiesThese critically important providers of healthcare services need your help. It is imperative that everyone abide by their visitation restrictions. Avoid visiting those most at risk; call instead.“The ONLY way we can protect our community and healthcare system from becoming overwhelmed with illness as a result of the novel coronavirus is to avoid being exposed to the virus,” said officials. “People at high-risk for severe illness include people aged 65 years and older; in a nursing home or long-term care facility; with high risk conditions – diabetes, chronic heart /lung / renal disease; who are immunocompromised; who are pregnant.”Health officials ask the community to understand that our actions will help stop the spread of the virus. Keep those most vulnerable safe.Cancel all group activitiesHave supplies and medications on hand to minimize going outTake everyday precautionsClean your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer that contains as least 605 Alcohol if soap and water are not available.Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.Put distance between yourself and others – at least 6 feet.Cover coughs and sneezes with your elbow or a tissue. Throw the used tissue in the trash.Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces.Stay home if you are sickCall your healthcare provider if your symptoms (fever, shortness of breath, cough) worsenIndividuals with questions or concerns regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) or travel related questions are encouraged to call the New York State Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline 24/7 at 1-888-364-3065.For locally-specific information, County residents may also contact the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services at 1-866-604-6789 during normal business hours.
So I’m deep in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington right now which is about as far away from my home as you can get and still be in the continental U.S. For all you fanboys out there, this is Twilight country. Teenage vampires and lots of rain. The forest looks a lot like the Southern Appalachians, only bigger. The ferns are the size of cars, the trees are as big around as a house. Even the four leaf clovers are massive. But in a lot of ways it feels like home. Mostly because I’ve spent my days riding bikes, paddling and drinking beer, just like back home. I had the chance to paddle a chunk of Lake Crescent in a paper boat. Ok, it’s not made of paper. It’s called Oru Kayaks, and it’s actually made of foldable plastic, so you can fold it down into a box about the size of a crash pad, slide it into a backpack and hike it wherever you want, then unfold it and crease it into a kayak (like origami). Even if you don’t want to hike with the thing, it folds down so small that storage and transporting it to the lake or beach is a cinch. Imagine the ease of an inflatable and the performance of a hard boat. That’s what you get with an Oru. It’s badass. It’s important that the boat be badass because I’m not a badass paddler. An hour into the paddle, my shoulders are sore and I’m worn out. There’s something comforting about sucking at something on both sides of the country. It’s familiar, like finding a McDonalds in Asia. Sucky, but familiar. As for the lake, Crescent sits just inside Olympic National Park, a massive clear lake, surrounded by steep, lush green peaks. It’s an odd shade of blue, like the color of Gatorade Fierce. I paddled to rock beaches, swung on rope swings and peeped tall waterfalls way up on the slopes above. I might not have been paddling fast, or efficiently, but that didn’t make it any less fun. After the paddling, there was beer, mostly from Seattle. An Amber from Two Beers Brewing Company. An IPA from Pike Brewing. The adventure is great, the beer is great. Just like back home.
As they blasted Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf for his bank’s unfolding financial scandal, members of the House Financial Services Committee said Thursday they have expanded their probe to include financial regulators and possibly the banking industry as a whole.Committee ranking Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) went one step further, calling for Wells Fargo to be broken up.“It is too big to manage,” she said.“This is the beginning of our investigation,” House Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) said at the start of the committee hearing. “It is not the end.”“It is impossible at this time, based on the information we have, to draw firm conclusions about the performance of our regulators, but all this does raise serious questions,” he continued. “Maybe our Federal regulators deserve a pat on the back; but maybe they deserve a swift kick on the backside. We’ll find out which.” continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr We never think it will happen to us, that a cyberattack like February’s credit union phishing campaign will be successful. But what if is? By now, you are probably aware that NCUA Part 748 Appendix A requires credit unions have a data breach incident response plan. But before you author or update your organization’s cyber crisis management plan, consider the steps of an incident response.Step 1: Attorney-Client PrivilegeData breaches may result in litigation against the credit union. Communication with an attorney for the purpose of obtaining legal advice regarding the incident is privileged, meaning it is generally not discoverable during litigation. Attorney-client privilege, afforded by the courts so that clients may speak freely with their counsel, is important when dealing with potential data breaches. Be sure to train your team on how it works and when it applies, and review and implement it in each incident response. continue reading »
The end of the traffic collapse in Split is looming, with a large infrastructure project connecting the Airport and Ferry Port in Split, which will certainly revive Split. In the train that left Kaštel Stari for the city port of Split with a stop in Kopilica, two contracts were signed which are a precondition for relieving the traffic in the City Port of Split and its approaches.These are the Land Lease Agreement between the City of Split and HŽ Infrastruktura and the agreement with HŽ Cargo. On that occasion, the project of connecting Split Airport with the City of Split and the development of the intermodal hub of the new Split main station in Kopilica was presented, and the strategic project was adopted by the Government at a session held in Split this year.”Signed contracts allow us to rent a space in Kopilica where we will realize a temporary bus and train station”Said Mayor Andro Krstulović Opara and added that for this purpose, four million kuna has been proposed in the Budget for next year.Kopilica from next summer, the new traffic center of SplitThus, as early as next summer, Kopilica will be connected by train with the city port, which will run every 15 minutes, in January 2019 according to the plan.Otherwise, the full profile of this line will be from Split Airport, where it is necessary to upgrade another six kilometers of railway to the airport, while a temporary bus station with 19 platforms and a railway station will be built in Kopilica, four parking lots will be arranged, of which one intended for buses, mainly tourist buses. In the following period, another railway station will be built on the Square of the Croatian Fraternal Union. The budget for next year envisages four million kuna for this phase of the project. It is planned to apply for EU funds for the permanent project of relocating the bus and railway station.This year alone, more than three million passengers will pass through Split Airport, while the Ferry Port reached the number of almost 5,5 million passengers in September. So, it is about 9 million people who will have a much better connection between the Ferry and the Airport this way. Also, the citizens of Kaštela, Trogir and Solin should definitely be taken into account, who will use this line every day with a connection to the center of Split.This project should have been realized at least 10 years ago, if not much earlier, to think about the strategic development of the city as well as tourism, but better late than never.
Read also: Indonesia looks to closer security, defense trade with Turkey: MinistryDuring the conversation, Jokowi noted his appreciation of the increasing cooperation between the two countries, including the possibility of working together to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic.“I understand that Turkey is in an advanced stage of vaccine development. I am pleased to hear that our two research and technology ministers have discussed the possibility of cooperation in this matter,” said Jokowi.Jokowi said he hoped that in a later visit of Erdogan to Indonesia, the two could actualize the cooperation efforts under discussion.Topics : President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo exchanged Idul Adha (Day of Sacrifice) greetings with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan by phone at the Bogor Presidential Palace in West Java on Sunday.“Happy Idul Adha to Your Excellency President Erdogan and Mrs. Emine and all the people of Turkey. May you always be in good health,” said President Jokowi, according to a press release from the Presidential Secretariat.In return, Erdogan extended his wishes to Jokowi, First Lady Iriana Joko Widodo and the people of Indonesia.
The airline had previously painted a blue surgical mask livery on the nose of one of its Airbus A330-900 Neo craft, showcasing the mask-wearing plane on Thursday at the hangar of the Garuda maintenance facility in Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, in Tangerang, Banten.Garuda president director Irfan Setiaputra said the aircraft livery was a symbol of support for the government’s efforts to promote mandatory mask-wearing measures to help curb the transmission of the coronavirus.“We realize that efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 requires full support and the active role of various parties,” Irfan said in Thursday’s statement.“Hopefully, our efforts can help increase public awareness on the application of health protocols in everyday life, especially using masks.”The five mask-wearing planes, Irfan said, would be used for domestic and international routes, including flights to Singapore and Japan. National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia is holding a competition to design face mask livery for its Airbus planes as part of its campaign to promote health protocols amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.Through the competition, the airline invites the public to submit their mask livery design for the planes.Participants can submit their work through Instagram or Twitter until the end of October and the airline will announce the winners on Nov. 7.“The four most attractive designs selected will each get one Garuda Indonesia business class airplane ticket and the design will be used as the Garuda Indonesia aircraft livery,” the airline wrote in a post published Thursday on its official Instagram account, @garuda.indonesia. Topics :
John and Judy Coleman’s home The Cove has been listed for sale at $4.25 million. The property is located at 14-16 Old Ferry Rd, Banora Point.WELCOME to one of Banora Point’s ritziest homes, built in 2010 on an imposing 2505sq m site.A bird’s eye view of the impressive home.Designed by Noosa-based designer Paul Clout, guests are greeted by a grand entry over moat-style access and imposing, glass front door.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoInside, the two-level home captures 180-degree views of Fingal and Byron Bay through its bi-fold doors and floor-to-ceiling windows.Even the entrance to the home makes an impression.An open-plan living area includes a contemporary monochrome kitchen and lounge room with a stylish, floating gas fireplace.The luxurious and sprawling home features four bedrooms in its design along with a home-cinema, games room, steam room and a guest retreat.Sit back and enjoy the view…Outside, sandstone steps lead down to a manicured garden surrounding the pool, beautiful stone water feature and timber pergola.The home is flooded with plenty of natural light.
Danish pension giants ATP and PFA are to buy stakes totalling DKK3bn (€402m) between them in DONG Energy, the Danish state enterprise.ATP will invest DKK2.2bn and PFA DKK0.8bn.The deal will see the energy group issue new shares worth DKK11bn, with the remaining DKK8bn invested by two funds run by Goldman Sachs – Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners and Broad Street Energy Partners.DONG Energy was valued at DKK31.5bn before the capital increase. DONG Energy is Denmark’s biggest energy producer.It also operates gas-fired power stations in Norway, the Netherlands and the UK and is the European leader in offshore wind power, running offshore wind farms across Northern Europe.The agreement reduces the Danish state’s ownership interest in DONG Energy from 81% to 60%, and the total ownership interest of the existing minority shareholders – a small number of locally based energy companies – from 19% to 14%.ATP will own around 5% and PFA 2% of the total capital, with Goldman Sachs’s interest at 19%.However, this could be altered if any minority shareholders take up the offer to participate in the capital increase on equal terms with the new investors.ATP and Goldman Sachs will be represented on the board of directors.The agreement includes a commitment to seek an initial public offering (IPO) of DONG Energy when conditions are right.If an IPO has not been completed following the release of financial statements for the 2017 financial year, the new investors will have the option to sell their shares back to the Danish state on pre-agreed terms.The transaction should be concluded by the end of this year, following political approval and the consent of the Danish competition authorities.The capital increase is part of DONG Energy’s financial action plan announced in February.One of the objectives is to improve its net debt/earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) to around 2.5 by end-2014.The ratio is currently 3.5.Claus Wiinblad, head of equities at ATP, said: “The investment offers interesting and attractive prospects, with a good risk/reward profile.“We fully appreciate that, to fulfil certain projects, especially in wind power, DONG Energy needs more capital, and we have confidence in their business plan.”The shares will make up less than 1% of ATP’s investment portfolio.Wiinblad added: “We will be long-term shareholders, but, after the IPO, the investment will be managed as any other, so may be adjusted accordingly.”In June, PFA announced it had bought DONG Energy’s onshore wind-power business in partnership with energy company SE for DKK760m.