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11 Dec 18
New York Stage Review

★★★★ This early play by the two-time Pulitzer-winner is a comedy lark

11 Dec 18
Nachrichten Welt

Mindestens eine Person sagte voraus, dass Harold Baines eines Tages Mitglied der Baseball Hall of Fame sein würde. Nach der Auswahl von Baines mit dem ersten Gesamtergebnis im Entwurf von 1977 sagte White Sox GM Paul Richards, der damals 18-jährige Linkshänder „war auf dem Weg in die Hall of Fame. Er ist nur 20 Jahre […]

11 Dec 18
SCNG
The California Supreme Court has decided to let stand an appeals court ruling that prevents Moreno Valley developer Iddo Benzeevi from avoiding environmental scrutiny of the sprawling campus of warehouses he wants to build on the city’s east side. Despite the high court’s denial, city officials insist that a development agreement for the World Logistics Center remains in effect. However, attorneys for groups who sued over the matter said Benzeevi and his Highland Fairview firm will have to comply with state environmental laws. And they said the decision establishes a major precedent that no developer in the state may circumvent environmental scrutiny of a project by persuading voters to approve a development agreement through a ballot measure. “Hopefully, we have slammed the door shut on this clever legal strategy,” said Adrian Martinez, an Earthjustice attorney in Los Angeles who represents several of the groups. “It’s just a recipe for abuse.” The Nov. 28 Supreme Court decision lets stand an Aug. 23 ruling by the 4th District Court of Appeal, Division 1, concerning the planned World Logistics Center project. That decision followed an unfavorable June ruling that voided an environmental impact report for the project. “This represents the third court decision in less than six months which the World Logistics Center has lost,” George Hague, conservation chairman for the Sierra Club’s Moreno Valley Group, said in an email. City officials were disappointed the high court did not take the case, Moreno Valley City Attorney Martin Koczanowicz said in a statement. Eric W. Rose, a Highland Fairview spokesman, said the denial would not halt the project. “The decision has no bearing on the development of the World Logistics Center,” he said. Rose said a revised environmental impact report is “substantially complete and will be finalized next year,” with public hearings scheduled at that time. The project envisions more than 40 million square feet of warehouses on 2,610 acres, covering one-tenth of Moreno Valley’s 51-square-mile land area. Benzeevi has said the logistics center would create 20,000 permanent jobs. An environmental report said it would generate 68,721 daily vehicle trips — more than 14,000 of them trucks. The Moreno Valley City Council approved the project in a 3-2 vote in August 2015. A few months later, Highland Fairview funded a signature-gathering campaign aimed at adopting essentially the same development agreement approved in August via a ballot initiative. It was thought the initiative process would shield the agreement from environmental review. Project opponents cried foul and sued. After an initial setback, they won on the appeal the Supreme Court let stand. “I think it’s a tremendous victory for the plaintiffs here,” said Rachel Hooper, an attorney with the San Francisco law firm of Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger who represented the Sierra Club. While the high court issued no opinion, Hooper said it is likely justices gave the issue some thought. “They declined to take the case,” Hooper said. “It may be because they thought the court of appeal got it right. That’s something I think we can infer.” [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links Court voids Moreno Valley’s agreement for World Logistics Center, in what foes call a setback for the project Judge voids environmental study for Moreno Valley’s World Logistics Center WORLD LOGISTICS CENTER: Moreno Valley OKs megawarehouse on 3-2 vote (UPDATE) Judge sides with Moreno Valley in challenge against World Logistics Center MORENO VALLEY: Mega-warehouse plan would hit entire region’s traffic [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] Hooper said there is virtually no chance Highland Fairview could appeal the denial to a federal court. “No, this is the end,” she said. “It’s over. Their last shot was the Supreme Court petition.”
11 Dec 18
234sport.com

North London side Arsenal have shown big interest in Willem ll Tilburg forward Donis Avdijaj and are already taking steps to have his signature ahead of the winter transfer window which reopens in coming weeks. With English international Danny Welbeck set to stay out of action for a long period of time, the Gunners are […]

11 Dec 18
Russia News Now

RAF fighter jets have been scrambled in response to “unidentified aircraft” approaching UK airspace. The Typhoons took off from RAF Lossiemouth on Monday morning armed for the first time with the latest Meteor air-to-air missile. They were launched in a “quick reaction alert” mission as a “precautionary measure”, said the Ministry of Defence (MoD.) Join Indpendent Minds […]

11 Dec 18
234sport.com

Injury or no injury, Joe Gomez is too valuable to Liverpool to not joke with his signature, hence, they offered him a new and lengthy contract. The young England defender is being in top form with the Reds since the start of this season but his recent injury brought a halt to his blistering start […]

11 Dec 18
Thewistle

Emerging reports indicate that Chelsea will finally have their way in securing the signature of Italian outfit Napoli defender Elseid Hjsaj in the winter transfer window which reopens in coming weeks. The West London side have longed been linked with the star defender but there seem to have been a blockade in the attempt because […]

10 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

RAF fighters were upset in response to "unidentified aircraft" approaching British airspace. The typhoons launched RAF Lossiemouth on Monday morning for the first time with the latest Meteor air-to-air missile. They were launched as a "precautionary measure" in a "quick response alert" mission, said the Department of Defense (MoD). To join Independent thoughts For exclusive […]

10 Dec 18
234sport.com

It has been reported that North London side Arsenal have already held talks with their long-term target and Hoffenheim midfielder Nadiem Amiri ahead of the winter transfer window which would be open in January. The reports added that a bid is already being prepared after talks have been successful with the player as the Gunners […]

10 Dec 18
The H Hub

On many of the online application and submission requests looking for the next star in the modeling industry, we may see age concentrations focused around finding talent eighteen and older. Although, modeling and brand representation is not purely fixated on those just emerging into the industry at a young age. There’s still many opportunities and castings […]

10 Dec 18
Always a Work In Progress

On May 9, 1960, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first oral contraceptive pill known as Enovid. Enovid gave women more control over reproduction a big step towards reproductive rights. Immediately, doctors were prescribing Enovid to housewives who could afford the 10-dollar pill. Although Enovid was a milestone step for women, there was much […]

10 Dec 18
234sport.com

A number of English Premier League sides are set to battle for the signature of Hertha Berlin star Arne Maier as he has been attracted to them. The likes of Arsenal, Man United are believed to be leading in the race for the impressive midfielder with both teams already considering of making a bid for […]

10 Dec 18
I Just Read About That...

SOUNDTRACK: NICHOLAS PAYTON TRIO-Tiny Desk Concert #801 (November 2, 2018). I feel like the Tiny Desk hasn’t had a good old-fashioned jazz trio on in a while.  With the Nicholas Payton Trio you get drums, upright bass and Payton on organ, trumpet and sampler. All three compositions in this set are from Payton’s 2017 album, Afro-Caribbean […]