SALT LAKE CITY -- A venue that began life as the Pantages Theatre in 1918 will be getting a new lease on life in Salt Lake City as the Utah Theater. "The concrete, so-to-speak, is hardly dry under our feet [at the Eccles Theater] and we're already moving forward with our next project, which is the Utah Theater," said Justin Belliveau, the chief operating officer for the redevelopment agency of Salt Lake City.
Because Facebook knows we're already addicted to our News Feeds, the social media juggernaut is rolling out new features designed to maximize our time on the site - as well as get out more. The latest upgrades to Facebook now allow users to poll their friends for recommended shops, find goings-on in their area to attend, and even place orders or schedule appointments with local businesses without leaving the app.
Two recycling executives are partnering to revitalize the former Entropex LLC plastics recycling facility in Sarnia, Ontario. "Our aim will be to create products that help our customers -- producers and brand owners -- achieve the best possible environmental outcomes that result in cost-efficient end-of-life product management," noted Moucachen in a news release.
Making plans can take the enjoyment out of leisure time, so making fewer scheduled plans and leaving time for spontaneity can alleviate stress of too many commitments. -- Picture by Natalie Andrewson/The New York Times NEW YORK, Oct 17 -- Adult life is full of commitments: Bills to pay, family to see and a job you probably have to show up for.
It could be a weekend for the couch and box-sets as the rain is set to stay. "What's happening is we had been dominated by a Scandinavian high for the last while, but that is going to be replaced by a more typical Atlantic flow, which brings with it more wind and rain," Met Eireann's Siobhan Ryan told Independent.ie earlier this week.
Producer Cameron Mackintosh has told The Telegraph that he is looking into ways to stop ticket touts from buying up Hamilton tickets when they go on sale. "We have already been able to identify, and refuse entry to a significant number of people who purchased tickets through resale sites and will continue to track down touts and refuse entry to anyone who has knowingly bought a ticket from a tout through the secondary market."
Equipment repair and a group resignation led to the closure of the Pine Mountaineer Senior Citizen Club and its weekly lunches in Backus, but that closure didn't last long. The weekly meals, which is the center's only current activity, draw from 80 to 100 customers, depending on the time of the year, and the center usually sells out of its down home cooked comfort foods.
On 15 September 2016, the Regional Coordination Group on SDG4-Education 2030 in West and Central Africa (WCA-RCG4) gathered for the third time to discuss their plans to support countries in achieving the 2030 education commitments. Having gathered following the regional launch of the 2016 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report - which details the substantial gaps remaining in ensuring equitable, quality learning opportunities for all and underscores the central role of education in meeting the SDGs - the group agreed on its joint areas of support.
HONOLULU (AP) -- Video game entrepreneur Henk Rogers is calling for the state to become a leader in space exploration and has proposed developing a prototype lunar base in Hawaii. Rogers, chairman of the board for the state-funded Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems, made his proposal Tuesday during a discussion at the state Capitol as part of the 2016 Hawaii Aerospace Summit.
Donald Trump could be dropping out of the race for president, with reports on Friday that Republicans are exploring their options for another candidate in the wake of the bombshell tape showing Trump making crude and disparaging comments about women. With his campaign already reeling from more than a week of campaign stumbles and harmful stories, some close to Trump believe that the most recent story could be enough to sink the candidate.
Naome Zuber, 17, was shot and killed early on Oct. 1, 2016, in the Back of the Yards neighborhood. The last words Naome Zuber, 17, said to her stepfather, Ernesto Alvarez, were "I love you, Papi." Zuber would visit Alvarez in the suburbs, going to her brother's baseball games and hanging out with her stepfather.
The Cullman City Council met on Monday evening, where the two biggest items discussed were relieving traffic congestion around the Cullman City Schools area and free legal advice. "By providing a new access road in the area of Cullman High, Middle, and Primary it will decrease traffic congestion as well as increase the safety for our students in an emergency situation. Having the three schools in such close proximity certainly increases the traffic during student drop-off and pick-up, and during special events. This addition will certainly have a positive impact for our schools and community as a whole."