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August 10, 2019
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January 25 2016The third annual Here we see Zuni

first_imgJanuary 25, 2016The third annual Here we see Zuni Ishakawa teaching her class “Dying with Natural Dyes” outside in the silt-cast area below the Music Center.[photos and text by Sue Kirsch]Val Hilburgh with her “Hand Spindle” class in the Music Center.Mary Conti with some of her students of “Tapestry and Beyond” in the old bakery.Louise Hall and her student Chris with a gorgeous scarf made during “Nuno Felting” class.Tasha Miller Griffith teaching Felt Cuff and Beads.last_img

August 7, 2019
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Ukrainian cable operator Volia has added locallyp

first_imgUkrainian cable operator Volia has added locally-produced music channel RU Music HD to its line-up. The standard-definition version of the channel, which airs a mix of Ukrainian and Russian music, has been available since 2005.Rudolf Kirnos, the channel’s owner, said that the broadcaster was taking the risk of launching what he said was central and eastern Europe’s first homegrown HD music channel at a time of economic difficulty for Ukraine.Volia marketing director Viktoriya Tsomaya said that the cable operator was always ready to support partners that invested in the future.RU Music HD will be available in the cmopany’s Volia HD, Powertime, Optimal HD, Premier HD and Vlia Extra HD packages.last_img

August 5, 2019
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LEGENDERRY BOOST AT BBC GOOD FOOD SHOW IN BELFAST

first_img LEGENDERRY BOOST AT BBC GOOD FOOD SHOW IN BELFAST LEGENDERRY Food producers and tourism ambassadors from Derry City and Strabane District Council (DCSDC) and Visit Derry rubbed shoulders with the culinary elite and celebrity chefs at the BBC Good Food Show’s first ever visit to Belfast as part of Northern Ireland Year of Food & Drink 2016 at the weekend.Showcasing the cream of local produce in conjunction with Tourism NI and Food NI at the three-day event held in Belfast Waterfront were Doneybrewer Butter (Eglinton) with their sea-salted butter and, Tamnagh Foods (Park) with their Dart Mountain cheese brand and chutneys whose attendance was supported by DCSDC.Huge crowds attended the BBC Good Food Show which featured live cookery demos by TV favourites Paul Hollywood, The Hairy Bikers, John Torode and James Martin, while local star Paul Rankin led Northern Ireland Year of Food & Drink sessions.Two of the North West’s best known chefs, Emmett McCourt (‘Feast or Famine’) and Ian Orr (Browns restaurants) also made special guest appearances on the prestigious Interview Stage. Mayor of Derry and Strabane district, Alderman Hilary McClintock, said she was delighted that LegenDerry Food had been so well promoted at the BBC Good Food Show and was extremely proud of all the work being done by Council and its strategic partners to build on the city’s rising reputation as an international food tourism destination.Pictured above from left are:- Richard Leighton, Doneybrewer Butter; Louise Millsopp, Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) NI Regional Food Programme; Mary Blake, Head of Tourism with DCSDC; Alison Leighton, Doneybrewer Butter; Howard Hastings, Managing Director Hastings Hotel Group and former Chair Tourism NI; and Niamh Ashford, Visit Derry.For more information on DCSDC’s events during Northern Ireland Year of Food & Drink 2016 visitwww.derrystrabane.com/foodLEGENDERRY BOOST AT BBC GOOD FOOD SHOW IN BELFAST was last modified: October 17th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags:center_img ShareTweetlast_img read more

July 28, 2019
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Parks Foundation Bolsters Baker Institute Endowment

first_imgAddThis Share CONTACT: Dana Durbin PHONE: (713)831-4797E-MAIL: ddurbin@rice.edu PARKS FOUNDATION BOLSTERS BAKER INSTITUTE ENDOWMENTHouston attorney and Rice alumnusFred Parks has made a significant contribution to an endowment fund benefitingthe James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy.The Fred and Mabel Parks Foundation Endowed Fund now stands at$300,000 with the recent contribution of more than $102,000 from the ParksFoundation. The Parks started the fund in 1995 with a $100,000 contribution,which was invested and had accumulated to more than $197,000.The total contribution will be invested in the Rice Universityendowment pool, with the value of the fund to benefit the BakerInstitute.“Fred Parks’ generosity and support of the James A. Baker IIIInstitute for Public Policy is deeply appreciated. These funds will be used tofurther the institute’s research projects and programs, and will help assure theinstitute’s continuing contributions to public policy at the local, national andinternational levels,” said Baker Institute Director Edward Djerejian. ###last_img read more