The National Weather Service forecasts today’s high in Los Alamos near 80 with patchy smoke in the air and tonight’s low around 56. Courtesy/NWS
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Navigate the Hamptons food scene like a pro with my five favorite spots, from the best in al fresco dining to where to sneak off in the early AM for the best coffee!The American HotelThis Sag Harbor restaurant has so much character and Old-World charm. The bar is one of my favorites in the Hamptons; I could sit there for hours mixing it up with talking to neighbors and reading. I love to drink tea and play backgammon in the lounge during the afternoons. It’s the perfect escape. I love to do brunch on the front patio.Jack’s Stir BrewThough most known for its Amagansett location, I frequent its Sag Harbor coffee shop as it is within easy walking distance to the Long Wharf and Marina. I always love to grab a honey latte or cappuccino before going sailing in the mornings, or after a workout at the nearby gym.SaazGulab Jamun from Saaz.This Southampton restaurant is one of my favorite places to stop on my way out from the city. Its lunch buffet is one of the best deals around. My favorites are the korma curry and the mango chicken. For dessert, order a traditional Indian gulab jamun, a spongy dessert soaked in rose scented syrup.Lulu Kitchen & BarGrilled Heirloom Cauliflower from Lulu Kitchen & Bar.I would come to dine at Lulu, in Sag Harbor, every day if I could. I love to sit next to its open kitchen that is anchored by the wood burning grill and oven. My top choices are Lulu’s grilled heirloom cauliflower, which can easily be split among four people, and the Trufata pizza.East Hampton GrillA staple dining spot in the Hamptons, it offers some of the best service and is highly regarded among residents and visitors alike. Go for its heavenly rosemary biscuits with honey, and for me, it is always a tossup between the barbecue ribs and crab cakes. Either way, I know I will have a substantial portion to take home with me for the next day.Vanessa Gordon is the founder and publisher of www.eastendtaste.com. Follow her @EastEndTaste. Share
The Indian Naval Hydrographic Department (INHD) is the agency responsible for hydrographic surveys and nautical charting to support national and international agencies, as well as public and private sector activities in Indian waters.INHD utilizes leading equipment and techniques as part of their commitment to provide accurate hydrographic information in a timely manner and to ensure customer satisfaction.As part of their continuous modernization, in June 2011 INHD implemented a database driven production system at National Hydrographic Office (NHO) India, which is responsible for the publication of paper charts, electronic navigational charts (ENCs) and other nautical publications. The enterprise system, which included CARIS HPD and Bathy DataBASE, provided NHO India with technical infrastructure to improve the management of hydrographic information and increase rates of production for their extensive chart portfolio.Today, the database solutions are fully integrated into their operations and data acquired from INHD surveys undergo quality control at NHO India, which is then integrated into the database for production of chart products. Since the initial implementation NHO India has produced a notable 77 paper charts and 92 ENCs from the database environment.Now entering their fourth year of production with HPD, the hydrographic office also has approximately 40 other paper charts and equivalent ENCs at various stages of completion. The release of the additional products will further enhance marine safety, international trade and other maritime activities, and highlights the ongoing efforts of NHO India to provide accurate and updated information for mariners in the region.Press Release, July 04, 2014
A 27-tonne Interceptor pilot boat with dimensions of 15 m x 5 m x 5.5 m was shipped from Ireland to Hodeidah in Yemen, while an oversized cooling milk tank 3 m x 6 m x 6 m went to Jeddah Port in Saudi Arabia. On arrival fellow WWPC partner Almajdouie Group took care of all necessary Customs and transport arrangements for the final leg to Riyadh.Jenkinson has also moved mobile water well drilling rigs with dimensions of 11 m x 2.5 m x 4.1 m and weighing 24 tonnes via ro-ro vessel services to Namibia and Ethiopia.www.jenkinson.iewww.wwpc.eu.com
NORWAY: National railway authority Jernbaneverket has appointed Danish engineering group Ramboll to assess the feasibility of constructing a high speed line between Trondheim and Oslo, one of six high speed rail schemes currently being considered for inclusion in the government’s 2014-23 National Transport Plan.The study is to be completed by February 2012. It will consider possible routes, station locations, costs and service patterns to help inform the government’s decision. Announcing the contract on March 18, Ramboll said its project team will be drawn from Norway and Sweden, and include high speed rail specialists from ILF Consulting and IGV.
Share Sharing is caring! 894 Views no discussions Share Tweet Share NewsRegionalTravel Princess Juliana International Airport could open next week by: Dominica Vibes News – September 8, 2017 St. Maarten’s Director of Tourism Rolando Brison has said Speaking in an interview with the Caribbean Tourism Organization Friday, Princess Julianna International Airport should be opened for commercial flights next week. The island was ravaged by Hurricane Irma Tuesday leaving an unconfirmed number of people dead as well as the island out of communication for a few days.A week Brison said sounds long but it is also due to Hurricane Jose which also poses a threat to the island. “If not for Jose…I would imagine we would have probably been able to get the airport back up and running by Saturday, Sunday however being that Jose will be entering the area from midday Saturday going into Sunday evening, now we have again a situation where the island needs to assess damage Sunday, Monday, start clean up on Tuesday, Wednesday, so it’s going to be another week before civil aviation can come in,” he explained. He said it is hoped that the airport can make some sort of exception for commercial airlines doing flights for relief purposes. Many airlines including Caribbean Airlines and Seaborne among other have expressed that they are ready and willing to come in.
Share 195 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Poster by Tana Valmond(Press Release) Roseau, Dominica – (July 17, 2018) – Dominica Grammar School student, Tana Valmond has secured second place in the senior Division of the 2018 FCCA Environmental Poster Competition. The competition was held under the theme “Weathering the storm: Disaster preparation for my Destination”.Tana will be awarded USD $1,500 by the FCCA and the Dominica Grammar school will also be awarded USD $1,500. Emilio Sanford from Saint Mary’s Academy has also made it to the final round for the Junior Division on this year’s FCCA Poster Competition. Emilio will receive a prize of USD$200 for participating in the Poster Competition. Last year, Dominica also secured a winning spot in the Competition when the Dominica Grammar School secured 3rd place in the 2017 FCCA Environmental Poster. Held annually, the FCCA Environmental Poster Competition seeks to promote and stimulate environmental awareness among Caribbean students, while effectively educating our younger generation on the importance of environmental protection. This year’s competition attracted entries from six schools namely Orion Academy, St. Mary’s Academy, Convent Preparatory School, Kelleb John Laurent Primary, and Wills Strathmore Stevens Primary and the Dominica Grammar School. The annual FCCA Environmental Poster Competition is locally coordinated by the Discover Dominica Authority (DDA) through the Ministry of Tourism and Culture. The local selection of the posters for submission to FCCA was done by local artists Mr. Earl Etienne and President of the Waitukubuli Artist Association, Mr. Lowell Royer.DDA appeals to the various primary & secondary schools on island to work with students for continued participation in future competitions aimed at increasing tourism awareness. Share BusinessLocalNews Dominica places 2nd in 2018 FCCA poster competition by: – July 17, 2018 Tweet Share
Tweet Share Share Anthony Scotland, Coordinator for the Mahaut, Massacre, Campbell, Despond, Tarreau and Layou Park Roof Replacement ProgrammeUnder phase one of the roof replacement project in the Mahaut Constituency over one hundred houses have been reroofed. During the press ceremony on Thursday 30 August 2018, Coordinator for the Mahaut, Massacre, Campbell, Despore, Tarreau and Layou Park Roof Replacement Programme for the Mahaut Constituency, Anthony Scotland explained that the Mahaut Village Council received a cheque of two million dollars from the government of Dominica. These funds were to facilitate phase one of the Mahaut roof repair programme. “Actually we were able to do over a hundred houses with that money; houses have been done from Warner, Tarreau, Jimmit, Mahaut, Massacre, Campbell, Despore and in the Canefield area. So we have done tremendously well with this money.”Meanwhile he revealed that over one hundred and fifty people were given the building materials needed to do their repairs. “While we were not able to assist them in giving them the labour cost, we were able to give them the materials to repair their home.”Scotland said the program under phase one went well in the Mahaut Constituency. “I must shower my praise to some of the assessors; we had eleven assessors in the area and some contractors…they have done a very good job.” LocalNews Over 100 houses reroofed in Mahaut Constituency so far by: Dominica Vibes News – September 3, 2018 Sharing is caring! 242 Views no discussions Share
The Internet of Things World, is the largest and most comprehensive IoT event of 2016. It started yesterday in Santa Clara, California and highlights transformational IoT topics and industries, including smart homes and cities, connected healthcare, wearable devices, autonomous cars, and intelligent energy. Over 10,000 people and 200 exhibitors are attending this event over three days. This event combines Internet of Things World, Future Connected Cars, Wearable World Congress, and Apps World North America all in to one large event. Executives from BMW, GE, Lyft, Amazon, John Deere, and Microsoft will be presenting on a variety of panels. A complete list of speakers can be found at https://iotworldevent.com/2016-speakers/.Lyft will be participating on the panel “Embracing Shared Mobility and the Cultural Implications to Create Smarter Cities” with executives from Uber, Zipcar and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.“Smart cities require even smarter transportation. Whether people are traveling for business or leisure, transportation is a cornerstone of any city’s economic health. We can’t rely on minor improvements to the existing infrastructure to meet the needs of growing populations. Lyft is already laying the groundwork for tomorrow’s drivers and passengers by developing rideshare systems for autonomous cars and on-demand networks. I’m looking forward to a lively discussion about how private and public transportation organizations can work together to drive economic growth and greater shared mobility” – said Annabel R. Chang, Director of Public Policy for Lyft.Current, powered by GE will sponsor the ‘IoT for Cities Hackathon’ being held at the event on May 11 and 12. Over 200 pre-qualified developers, data scientists and urban experts will present app and product ideas that solve the problems affecting today’s and tomorrow’s cities to a panel of experts and civic leaders from around the world. They will address traffic, parking, building, public safety, economic development and public health challenges.The grand prize winner will receive $10,000 cash. Additional prizes include a spot in Wearable IoT World Labs, Glyph Mediawear, and a $2,500 fully paid scholarship to attend the Coding House School.According to John Gordon, Chief Digital Officer, Current, powered by GE – The next era of Intelligent Cities starts by digitizing the physical city and empowering individuals, innovators, and entrepreneurs to change the way they live, work and play using data. They are looking forward to partnering with the developer community to leverage insights from intelligent infrastructure to propel economic growth and bring to life new ideas that unleash a whole new world of potential.Click here to learn more about the IOT World Event.