Koziol

15 Feb 19
News by Eatery Pulse Streem

Koziol is first Bojangles’ chief restaurant support officer Bojangles’ has hired Ken Koziol, a 35-year restaurant industry veteran, who was executive vice president of Supply Chain, Manufacturing and International, at Panera Bread. Koziol fills the new chief restaurant support officer role for Bojangles’, reporting to Jose Amario, chief executive of Bonjangles’. Koziol spent 20 years […]

12 Feb 19
Data-Labor-Technology

Real estate listing site Realtor.com has selected Brooklyn-based design and digital shop Huge as its creative agency of record, effective immediately, following a review. “It is a big opportunity for our team at Huge to partner with Realtor.com,” Huge global CEO Michael Koziol said in a statement. “As the brand that defined the category of…

10 Feb 19
Pop Culture Shock

One of the oddest comforts of romantic love is the expectation that conflict is inevitable. Most love stories are only somewhat aware of this. Couples bicker early on–perhaps disliking one another on the onset–only to overcome their own hangups and surrender to the heart. And the story ends before we get a chance to see […]

09 Feb 19
Canberra Journey

Tempers flared from the very first minute when a man was removed from the venue after he began yelling “this process is a scam” and “this inquiry is a sham”. He was manhandled by fellow attendees and fell over on his way out, prompting cheers and claps from the crowd. “Nobody should attack other people […]

08 Feb 19
2GB
Image: SMH – Michael Koziol There’s been a fiery start at the parliamentary hearing into Labor’s proposed retirement policy. If the Opposition wins the federal election they’ll scrap cash refunds on excess franking credits. The government argues the measure would force many self-funded retirees on to the pension. Hearings into Labor’s proposed policy have been taking place around the country with a protestor disrupting one on Sydney’s north shore this morning, calling it a sham. Tim Wilson and Matt Thistlethwaite start the franking credits inquiry in Chatswood with a partisan scrap. A bloke in the audience stands up and yells “we’re not interested in this political bickering” #auspol pic.twitter.com/57LZBxuONa — Michael Koziol (@michaelkoziol) February 7, 2019 The hearing’s Chair, Liberal MP Tim Wilson, blew up at the heckler, telling him to let others have their say. Click PLAY below to hear the fiery exchange Mr Wilson joined Ray Hadley after the meeting, explaining what happened. “There was a gentleman there who wanted to shut the inquiry down. “Unfortunately, he had to be removed from the room because he was denying other people a right to speak. “This is a democracy and everybody has a right to speak.” There are calls for Mr Wilson to resign from parliament, with claims he is related to the owner of a company that would benefit from the proposal being scrapped. The Liberal MP tells Ray his link to a man named Geoff Wilson is tenuous at best. “If you go back to 1850 or thereabouts you can establish a connection, yes. “Distant, distant, distant. I met him in March 2018 for the first time. “This is a deliberate attempt to distract from the inquiry and giving a voice to the people who are affected by the issue.” Click PLAY below for the full interview
08 Feb 19
4BC
Image: SMH – Michael Koziol There’s been a fiery start at the parliamentary hearing into Labor’s proposed retirement policy. If the Opposition wins the federal election they’ll scrap cash refunds on excess franking credits. The government argues the measure would force many self-funded retirees on to the pension. Hearings into Labor’s proposed policy have been taking place around the country with a protestor disrupting one on Sydney’s north shore this morning, calling it a sham. Tim Wilson and Matt Thistlethwaite start the franking credits inquiry in Chatswood with a partisan scrap. A bloke in the audience stands up and yells “we’re not interested in this political bickering” #auspol pic.twitter.com/57LZBxuONa — Michael Koziol (@michaelkoziol) February 7, 2019 The hearing’s Chair, Liberal MP Tim Wilson, blew up at the heckler, telling him to let others have their say. Click PLAY below to hear the fiery exchange Mr Wilson joined Ray Hadley after the meeting, explaining what happened. “There was a gentleman there who wanted to shut the inquiry down. “Unfortunately, he had to be removed from the room because he was denying other people a right to speak. “This is a democracy and everybody has a right to speak.” There are calls for Mr Wilson to resign from parliament, with claims he is related to the owner of a company that would benefit from the proposal being scrapped. The Liberal MP tells Ray his link to a man named Geoff Wilson is tenuous at best. “If you go back to 1850 or thereabouts you can establish a connection, yes. “Distant, distant, distant. I met him in March 2018 for the first time. “This is a deliberate attempt to distract from the inquiry and giving a voice to the people who are affected by the issue.” Click PLAY below for the full interview
07 Feb 19
Karolina Koziol

Whoever said “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend”, have never witnessed the incredibly close bond Gabriela and Freddie share. Freddie, 5 months, has never left Gabriela’s side since adopting him in October. He has been there for her for all her recent health issues and consistently makes sure that she is safe and sound.

07 Feb 19
Karolina Koziol

In the midst of the cold winter weather, Dorian Koziol, 7, pays a visit to a Butterfly Conservatory in Massachusetts. He squeals in delicate as hundreds of butterflies fly all around him, even landing on his shoe.

07 Feb 19
Karolina Koziol

As the clock reads 3 o’clock , Gabriela and Freddie wait patiently by the door. Their excitement grows as they see their friend walking up the driveway.

05 Feb 19
Forester Haynie

Over the last year, Catholic Dioceses from across the United States have released lists of known clergy sexual abusers. There’s no greater breach of trust than when someone in a position of power and authority sexually abuses someone. These acts have devastating effects on victims. Forester Haynie is an advocate for victims of clergy abuse […]

05 Feb 19
Misplaced Women?

Group Interventions of Mapping around the neighborhood of Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz, Berlin-Weißensee, 23.01.2018. A contribution by Mad Kate Participants: Gaby Bila-Günther, Tatiana Bogacheva, Sajan Mani, Kathryn Fischer aka Mad Kate Listen to the Soundscape Weißensee It was important to me to begin our interventions by understanding some answers to the question: “Where am I?” […]

04 Feb 19
Misplaced Women?

A Poetry Intervention by Nati Canto: One Art by Elizabeth Bishop, 2018 For the Misplaced Women? Workshop lead by Tanja Ostojić in Berlin in January 2018, I thought it was interesting to have something feminine to show in my performance and that I could identify with because being someone from Brazil in Berlin and having […]

03 Feb 19
Karen Rader

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03 Feb 19
Misplaced Women?

Misplaced Roots  Concept and performance: Katja Vaghi Location: landing stripe, Templehofer Feld, Berlin Duration: 15 minutes January 2018 Misplaced Roots is a solo performance that was created in the framework of Tanja Ostojić’s MISPLACED WOMEN? workshop unfolding in the range of public spaces in January 2018 in Berlin. I have found the discussions during Tanja […]