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17 Feb 19
My Dose of Happiness

First and foremost, I just want to say, “Happy birthday my Ai! Happy happy 22nd birthday ❤️! Thank you for choosing to spend your birthday with me for 2 years now ❤️! Have a wonderful day today! Don’t forget to thank the Lord for another year for you, okay? 😊” For Sam’s early birthday celebration, […]

16 Feb 19
Roger Farnworth

[NB: I have sought, where-ever possible to attribute all sources and have no intention of contravening copyright. Should there be an issue with any of the images below, if you are the copyright holder, please contact me. Please accept my apologies in advance if this has occurred.] The Owataki (Otaki) Forest Railway The red-dotted route on […]

15 Feb 19

The global Commercial Flooring Market is expected to cross USD 47.69 billion by 2025. Floorings are essential components of any commercial structure that is gaining a wider prominence in applications that include automobiles, aviation, manufacturing, and aerospace. Technological advances and stylish trends have paved the way for market growth in the past few years along […]

15 Feb 19
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13 Feb 19
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Ann Telnaes Trump is changing his narrative on the wall By Ann Telnaes Washington Post Voices Bernie Sanders would like to talk about Social Security He is reintroducing his Social Security Expansion Act on Wednesday. Helaine Olen · 1 hour ago Why the United States will never have high-speed rail Our country’s infrastructure and legal system […]

13 Feb 19
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Global Industrial Embroidery Machine Market Industrial embroidery machine is an embroidery process whereby a sewing machine or embroidery machine is used to create patterns on textiles. It is used commercially in product branding, corporate advertising, and uniform adornment. It is also used in the fashion industry to decorate garments and apparel. Machine embroidery is used […]

11 Feb 19
Roger Farnworth

[NB: I have sought, where-ever possible to attribute all sources and have no intention of contravening copyright. Should there be an issue with any of the images below, if you are the copyright holder, please contact me. Please accept my apologies in advance if this has occurred.] Railways for the transport of timber from Japanese State […]

11 Feb 19
The Daily Hatch

_I have read over 40 autobiographies by ROCKERS and it seems to me that almost every one of those books can be reduced to 4 points. Once fame hit me then I became hooked on drugs. Next I became an alcoholic (or may have been hooked on both at same time). Thirdly, I chased the […]

11 Feb 19
Business

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10 Feb 19
East Bay Times
Two very different but equally captivating shows can be seen within a few hundred yards of each other as the Berkeley Repertory Theatre and the Aurora Theatre present thought-provoking works, both without ntermissions. Mary Zimmerman’s mesmerizing Tony Award-winning adaptation of Ovid’s “Metamorphoses” not only reminds us of the timelessness of Ovid’s stories but also enriches us with its creative splendor. Stunningly designed by Daniel Ostling with exquisite lighting by T.J. Gerckens, the production features a large pool of water where much of the action takes place. The “gods” appear on a catwalk above the action and a pseudo-classic doorway hints of worlds beyond. The production explores the gorgeous, destructive and transformative nature of water as the various myths of passion, betrayal and hope unfold. The story of Midas and his love of gold frames the action beginning with King Midas (Raymond Fox) asking the gods to make everything he touches turn to gold (unfortunately his daughter decides to jump into his arms at this point) and ending with him reversing the spell and returning his daughter (Sango Tajima) back to a little girl. In between, the myths of Orpheus and Eurydice, Narcissus, Eros and Psyche and many more float to the surface in the magical hands of writer/director Zimmerman and her astonishing cast (Steven Epp, Raymond Fox, Rodney Gardiner, Benjamin Ismail, Louise Lamson, Felicity Jones Latta, Alex Moggridge, Sango Tajima, Lisa Tejero and Suzy Weller). While a fascinating spectacle to watch (except maybe for those seated in the front row!), the use of so much water poses many challenges to the cast and crew. Lights have to be protected, non-skid surfaces created, heaters and dehumidifiers employed and costumes designed to withstand long periods in the water. Actors not only have lines, characters and blocking to learn, but they must also find ways to keep their skin hydrated and hair healthy. Producing “Metamorphoses” presents a monumental challenge for theater companies, but one that Berkeley Rep (which also produced the show 19 years ago) easily navigates. Obviously, audiences must agree, as the production has been extended for two weeks. You now have the opportunity to see this unique show through March 24 in Berkeley Rep’s intimate 400-seat theater at 2025 Addison St. in Berkeley. Call 510-647-2949 or go to www.berkeleyrep.org for tickets or more details. Also at Berkeley Rep is “Paradise Square: A New Musical,” which has been extended through Feb. 24. Set in 1863 in a 20-block area of Manhattan, the musical tells of black and Irish Americans who live side of side, work together, marry and for a brief period realize racial harmony. Just down the street at 2081 Addison St., the Aurora Theatre is presenting Scottish playwright David Greig’s new version of August Strindberg’s “Creditors.” Quite different from one of Greig’s early works, “Charlie and The Chocolate Factory,” this three-character work examines a sexual triangle of deceit and passion as one man fills another’s mind with doubts about his wife. The powerful psychodrama shines a light on the dark side of chauvinism and obsession, which seems appropriate given the current political climate. Although Strindberg’s work is 131 years old, his ideas of fidelity, hypocrisy, honesty and accountability resonate today, especially with Greig’s contemporary adaptation. Barbara Damashek directs the Aurora production with a skillful hand, keeping the pacing tight and the tension high as the story of artist Adolph (Joseph Patrick O’Malley), his friend Gustav (Jonathan Rhys Williams) and Adolph’s wife, Tekla (Rebecca Dines), comes to life on Angrette McCloskey’s soft grey period set. Kudos go also to costumer Christine Crook, who fashioned lovely period designs with attractive touches of bright red on Tekla’s flowing gown. For tickets, call 510-843-4822 or go to www.auroratheatre.org. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]Pleasanton: The Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre continues its successful run of the ever-popular “Mama Mia!” featuring Laura Diestler Park as Sophie and Joy Sherratt as Donna. The show runs through Feb. 20 at the Firehouse Arts Center, 4444 Railroad Ave. in Pleasanton. For tickets, call 925-931-4848 or go to www.pcrtproductions.org. San Francisco: Always ready to have fun, the Exit Theatre presents “Burlesque Extravaganza” Feb. 20-23. The festival features four unique evenings with more than 35 of the Bay Area’s sultriest sirens. It all takes place at 156 Eddy St. in San Francisco. Go to www.theexit.org for more information. If you love blues and jazz, you can’t do much better than the songs of Billie Holiday. Thanks to performer Doris Bumpus, you not only hear some of Holiday’s most popular songs, but you also get a glimpse into this legendary singer’s life as she struggles with racism, abuse and addiction. “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill” tells Holiday’s story by reliving her final concert, given just four months before the singer’s death. The show will be performed at 4 and 7 p.m. Feb. 17, March 17, April 21, May 19 and June 16 at the Speakeasy’s Palace Theatre, 644 Broadway in San Francisco. Go to www.boxcartheatre.org for tickets. Sally Hogarty can be reached at sallyhogarty@gmail.com. Search for “Curtain Calls” by Sally Hogarty at eastbaytimes.com to read more of her reviews online.
08 Feb 19
Market Growth

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08 Feb 19

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08 Feb 19
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08 Feb 19
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