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Increased police presence and helicopter join Winnipeg round dance


first_imgAPTN National NewsWinnipeg played host to another Idle No More round dance this week.That’s not surprising but what was above maybe was.A helicopter circled the protest, while police were seen on nearby roof tops with cameras.Police said it was for safety reasons.APTN National News reporter Ntawnis Piapot has the story.last_img


Back to business in Waterton Lakes National Park


first_imgBusiness owners are breathing a huge sigh of relief now that the evacuation alert has been lifted in Waterton Lakes National Park.Parks Canada spokesman John Stoesser says the area has received 32 millimetres of rain, which is sufficient to rescind the alert that was issued last week.It was lifted just in time for one of the park’s busiest months.Shameer Suleman with the Waterton Chamber of Commerce says September is not only profitable but also his favourite month of the year, as he’s been in Waterton Park for nearly three decades.“The weather is great, the animals are out, and so to lose such a big lucrative month last year was a big hit for a lot of business owners and the thought of losing it again was crushing, two years in a row,” he said.However, he adds thankfully the wind and rain came, and they can return to business as usual.The 860-hectare blaze remains entirely on the U.S. side of the border in Glacier National Park, about seven kilometres away.Waterton was devastated by a wildfire last September which consumed more than 190 square kilometres within the park and led to a two-week mandatory evacuation.last_img read more


Verdict for Neil Harris Trial


A verdict for the Neil Harris murder trial was made today.Lisa Hepfner has the story


Boyfriend of aristocrats daughter admits he was too high to save her


Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Lady Beth Douglas died following a two-day drug and alcohol binge Lady Beth Douglas died following a two-day drug and alcohol binge Mr Karagoli said they had spent at least two days drinking and taking drugs while staying in hotels.He briefly left the party to buy a bottle of red wine and said that when he returned, Lady Beth was apparently asleep on a sofa. He said he fell asleep alongside her but when he awoke, she was unresponsive and he called an ambulance.”I couldn’t wake her up,” he said. “The man in the flat said she had taken heroin. I just picked up her arms and saw a little peck of dots.”Lord Queensberry criticised police for showing little interest in identifying the dealer, who had also possibly helped his daughter inject the drug. Lord Queensberry has been married three times and had eight children. Lady Beth was the only daughter of his most recent marriage to Taiwanese artist Hsueh-Chun Liao.Caroline Carey, the half sister of his eldest son, Ambrose Carey, married Salem Bin Laden, older brother of Osama, when she was an art student. She was pregnant with their first child when he was killed in an air crash in 1988 and later married his younger brother Khaled. Lady Beth Douglas died following a two-day drug and alcohol binge An inquest last week heard that she had died after attending a house party at a £2.5million flat in  Notting Hill, west London, in March. The boyfriend of an aristocrat’s daughter who died after a two-day drug and alcohol binge has admitted he was too high on drugs himself to save her.Jenan Karagoli, 21, has described how he tried to resuscitate 18-year-old Lady Beth Douglas, the youngest daughter of the Marquess of Queensberry, after finding her unconscious at a house party with needle marks in her arm.He had been dating the talented young violinist for ten months and was confronted by her grieving father David Douglas, the 88-year-old 12th marquess, days after her funeral.Mr Karagoli told the Mail on Sunday: “He told me that I could have looked after her better. There was a heavy sense of I could have done something.“I fully believe I could have done more, but unfortunately at the time I was too gone.”Lady Beth, who was known to friends and family as Ling Ling, had a history of drug abuse and self harm and was being treated for a range of mental health problems. She was sectioned for six months when she was 17. Lady Beth Douglas died following a two-day drug and alcohol binge The inquest recorded Lady Beth’s cause of death as a cardiac respiratory failure and cocaine and heroin poisoning. She was cremated in a Buddhist ceremony in London.Her death was the latest tragedy to befall the aristocratic family, which has a colourful history and has endured such misfortune over the centuries it has been labelled the “Queensberry curse”.Most recently, Lord Queensberry’s third son, Lord Milo Douglas, who suffered with depression, died in 2009 aged just 34 after jumping from a block of flats. read more


AMAZING SUPPORT 88634 votes for the Worlds Best Female Player 2013


Here is the explanation of the Voting process for the World’s Best Female Player 2013. Handball-Planet.com made the Jury consisted of the handball specialized journalists from 12 countries (Germany, Spain, France, Serbia, Montenegro, Brazil, Hungary, Poland, Denmark, Austria, Romania and Norway) and the last member were fans. All the Jury members gave the three names per position with 3, 2 and 1 point, while the fans’ opinion was calculated different with 5, 3 and 1 point per position.Three players with the biggest support – Zsuzsanna Tomori (10.030), Eduarda Amorim (9.032) and Anita Gorbicz (7.777) got 10,7 and 6 points.World’s Best LEFT WING (W) 2013?ANN GRETE NORGAARD (46%, 2,440 Votes)CAMILLA HERREM (34%, 1,783 Votes)SIRABA DEMBELE (20%, 1,061 Votes)Total Voters: 5,284World’s Best LEFT BACK (W) 2013?ZSUZSANNA TOMORI (46%, 10,021 Votes)EDUARDA AMORIM (41%, 9,025 Votes)SANJA DAMNJANOVIC (13%, 2,937 Votes)Total Voters: 21,983World’s Best PLAYMAKER (W) 2013?ANITA GORBICZ (49%, 7,777 Votes)ANDREA LEKIC (47%, 7,381 Votes)MILENA KNEZEVIC (4%, 621 Votes)Total Voters: 15,779World’s Best RIGHT BACK (W) 2013?KATARINA BULATOVIC (65%, 5,071 Votes)SUSANN MULLER (21%, 1,609 Votes)LOUISE BURGAARD (14%, 1,100 Votes)Total Voters: 7,780World’s Best RIGHT WING (W) 2013?ALEXANDRA DO NASCIMENTO (55%, 7,476 Votes)NORA MORK (26%, 3,546 Votes)JOVANKA RADICEVIC (19%, 2,563 Votes)Total Voters: 13,585World’s Best LINE PLAYER (W) 2013?HEIDI LOKE (59%, 6,130 Votes)DRAGANA CVIJIC (32%, 3,362 Votes)BEGONA FERNANDEZ (9%, 915 Votes)Total Voters: 10,407World’s Best GOALKEEPER (W) 2013?BARBARA ARENHART (51%, 6,383 Votes)KATRIN LUNDE (44%, 5,421 Votes)CLARA WOLTERING (5%, 657 Votes)Total Voters: 12,461Jury members:Bjorn Pazen (Germany, Handball-Woche)Jozsef Simon (Hungary, Nemzeti Sport)Wojciech Osinski (Poland, przegladsportowy.pl)Sasa Joncic (Montenegro, vijesti.me)Adrian Costeiu (Romania, prosport.ro)Thierry Gozzer (Brazil, globoesporte.com)Patrick Andersen (Denmark, hbold.dk)Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud (Norway, timeoutmag.com)Mark Hegedus (Austria, timeoutmag.com)Nicolas Chardon – Handnews.fr TEAM (France)Zorica Radojkovic (Serbia, Balkan-Handball.com)Jorge Dargel Amigo (Spain, Marca) ← Previous Story WORLD’S BEST HANDBALL FEMALE PLAYER 2013: HEIDI LOKE! Next Story → Poland win Provident Cup handball voteshandball world read more


Meshkov Brest sign Rajko Prodanović


Meshkov BrestRajko Prodanovic Belarussian champions Meshkov Brest announced signing of Serbian right wing Rajko Prodanović. Ambitious East-European squad would be reinforced by 30 years-old lefthander who spent three years at Hungarian PICK Szeged with an episode in MVM Veszprem, when he was loaned to Rhein Neckar Lowen.Prodanović is experienced player who was a part of Serbian silver generation at Men’s EHF EURO 2012 on home soil with competing at Olympic Games in Rio same year.Serb began proffesional career at RK Jugović Kać after he moved to Spanish Antequera and RK Vardar Skopje. ← Previous Story Anna Vyakhireva is ADRIATIC World Young Female Handball Player 2015/2016! Next Story → Besiktas MOGAZ new-old Turkish champions


Vipers and Thuringer HC reach Womens EHF Champions League 201718


Women’s EHF Champions League 2016/2017 is completed! The Norwegian Viper Kristiansand and German Thuringer HC won the qualification’s tournament to grab the last tickets for the best European female competition.Ambitious Vipers, reinforced with the girls like Katrin Lunde and Linn Jørum Sulland, smashed RK Podravka 42:14 (22:6).The German Thuringer had a little bit tougher rival – Swedish H 65 Hoors 33:24 (16:9). ← Previous Story DEFEATED AGAIN: MT Melsungen beat THW Kiel! Next Story → TSV Hannover Burgdorf at the TOP – Flensburg lose in Leipzig!


Hacker turns a 3D printer into an air hockey robot


first_imgSHOULD YOU NEED to practice your air hockey skills, but can’t find anyone to play with, you’re in luck.A programmer has used parts from a standard 3D printer and created an air hockey table with a robot opponent.The printer can move and return pucks with enough speed and precision to present a challenge to anyone who wishes to play against it.Inspired by his daughter’s love of air hockey, Jose Julio used parts from a RepRap 3D printer, a PS3 EYE camera and a DIY air hockey table to develop a machine that can hold its own in a game.But just how good is it? Julio writes on his blog: What is the current robot skill? Well, now the robot could easily beat a child. An adult with some experience… can still win the robot, but I am sure that with some more small improvements it is going to be really hard to beat (sic).Julio published the code for the robot on GitHub and a build manual for anyone who wants to reproduce their own version and improve upon it. He also mentions other ideas to progress it such as adjusting the difficulty level of the robot, or pitting two robots against each other in a game. (Video: Jose Julio/YouTube)Read: Beer ‘tasting’ robot in Spain drinks lager and pilsner >Read: What you need to know about 3D printing >last_img read more


Qualcomms gesture control beats Kinect to the tablet space


first_imgAnecdotal though this may be, every time I walk into an electronics store I ask what the #1 accessory sold with a tablet outside of a case is. I get the same answer every time — a keyboard. When I go to a coffee shop or a library, I see users with tablets and keyboards eager to do anything but touch the screen.For a little while now we have seen individual pieces of technology that allow us to control our screens without touching them. Microsoft’s Kinect added a whole new layer to their gaming platform, and recently Leap introduced similar technology as a plug-and-play adapter for traditional PC’s. So far, however, no one is trying to put this tech onto a tablet. Well, no one except Qualcomm.In a pair of demonstration videos released by the increasingly popular Snapdragon manufacturer, Qualcomm shows off ways in which having gesture controls on your tablet would be useful. However, neither of the videos show much in the way of OS level navigation, which is one of the ways I feel it would be the most useful.We’re already seeing face recognition is being used to unlock machines, and now Qualcomm is demonstrating gameplay where your head is the controller. The demonstrations show real life situations in which the tablet would be present, but reaching out and touching it would be less useful.These demonstrations are only being done on Qualcomm’s new reference tablets, which typically include hardware that is one full generation ahead of what is being sold in stores. Qualcomm will license this software to their partners who might be interested in taking advantage of it, but don’t expect to see this pop up on your existing tablet. Better front facing cameras, more powerful processors, and operating system-level integration of the software are the key things needed in order for Qualcomm’s demonstrations to truly take shape in a consumer grade product.By the time we see this in a product on the shelf, it is entirely possible that there will be real competition for it.via Engadgetlast_img read more


Memorial Day events will remember those who gave their lives


first_imgThe three-day Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer with backyard barbecues and the Indianapolis 500.The holiday itself is a solemn time to remember those who died defending this nation.“For me, it’s the most important event of the year,” said Larry Smith, a retired Army colonel and co-chairman of the Community Military Appreciation Committee. “It’s all about respecting and honoring the individuals throughout our history who have given their lives to our country.”The committee, in partnership with the National Park Service, Clark County and the city of Vancouver, is organizing the annual Memorial Day Observance at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Waste Connections has contributed $6,000 as the event’s sponsor.Activities begin at 10 a.m. Monday with a Soldiers Bivouac featuring costumed re-enactors, followed by the observance ceremony at 11 a.m.Smith, who served two tours of duty in Vietnam, said he doesn’t think the community can ever provide too much thanks and appreciation for those who gave their lives, as well as for the families they left behind.“We don’t forget,” he said. “And we always remember the importance of folks who step up and are willing to put their lives on the line to protect this country.”The Community Military Appreciation Committee is a patriotic group formed after the Army Reserve’s 104th Division transferred north to Joint Base Lewis-McChord in 2010, leaving a void in commemorations.last_img read more


4 men scramble to steal jewelry at Northeast MiamiDade store


first_imgNORTHEAST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are searching for four men who were captured on camera snatching thousands of dollars in merchandise from a jewelry store inside the Mall at 163rd Street.Surveillance video showed the subjects casing C & S Jewelry, at around 8 p.m., Dec. 15.Minutes later, another camera captured them running inside. One of the robbers, seen wearing a blue baseball cap and a blue and black jacket, smashed a display case with a hammer while two others jumped the counter, pushed an employee out of the way and grabbed as many goods as they could.“Like, shame. It’s hard. It’s horrible,” said shopper Brandon Hamilton.According to Miami-Dade Police, the thieves took off moments later when the owner of the store came out from the back with a gun.The video shows one of the subjects tripping over a large potted plant as he runs out of the store.“It’s crazy. They should have more security, more supervision on the mall,” said Hamilton. Officials said the men got away with about $10,000 worth of jewelry.Three of the men had their faces covered, but the security footage captured the fourth subject’s face, so investigators are hoping someone will come forward with information about their whereabouts.If you have any information on this smash and grab, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more


Alaska News Nightly Wednesday Oct 24 2018


first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNewsListen nowTrump administration approves first oil production in federal Arctic watersElizabeth Harball, Alaska’s Energy Desk – AnchorageCalled the Liberty Project, Hilcorp aims to build a 24-acre gravel island in shallow waters about five miles from shore and drill for oil from there.Anchorage Catholic Archdiocese announces investigation into sexual abuse within churchAbbey Collins, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThe Catholic Archdiocese in Anchorage announced today it will take a close look at possible sexual abuse within the church.Sitka man faces felony charges for allegedly firing upon state troopers Robert Woolsey, KCAW – SitkaA Sitka man is facing felony charges for allegedly firing on a group of state trooper recruits as they were on an early-morning run.Anchorage Assembly approves police move into former LIO buildingZachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThe Anchorage Police Department is moving headquarters, taking over an embattled downtown building that has been vacant since it was abandoned by state lawmakers.Two earthquakes rock YK DeltaAnna Rose MacArthur, KYUK – BethelIn an unprecedented event, two minor earthquakes shook the coast of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta last night. The quakes hit about 45 miles offshore of the community of Hooper Bay.State delays scheduled Seward Highway closures until springAssociated PressThe state will postpone culvert work on the Seward Highway that would have closed the roadway at night.The mystery landscape of Ohmer Creek’s flood plain explainedAngela Denning, KFSK – PetersburgA popular creek near Petersburg could soon be getting restored by the U.S. Forest Service. For decades trees in a flood plain near the creek weren’t growing right.Through digital storytelling, Bristol Bay students uncover the NN Cannery’s historyIsabelle Ross, KDLG – DillinghamThe NN Cannery in Naknek was in operation almost continuously from 1895 until 2015. In early October, 19 students at Bristol Bay High School took part in a digital workshop to document stories of the people who worked there.How the Princess Sophia grounded and sank with all aboard 100 years agoMatt Miller, KTOO – JuneauWhat happened on Vanderbilt Reef in October 1918? And why was the sinking of the S.S. Princess Sophia quickly forgotten in Alaska and Canada?last_img read more


Study Looks Into Issues Affecting How Communities Bounce Back From Floods


first_img 00:00 /01:12 X Share Jason WardA fellowship from the National Academies Gulf Research Program will help fund research by Dr. Ashley Ross with Texas A&M’s Marine Sciences Department. She says the two-year study will look at the drivers of community resilience to natural disasters.“What I study is disaster resilience from a public administration and policy perspective — how community organizations contribute to overall community resilience.”Earlier research indicates that a person’s preparedness varies by their socio-economic status, as well as where they live.“We know for example that low income households and those that are exposed to hazards to a higher degree are going to be those that have potential problems, right? So this is looking a little bit deeper into understanding how we can respond and recover from disasters.”Dr. Ross suspects that economic, social and cultural issues also affect a person’s ability to recover after a flood.“The way that people are attached to their residence, the resources that they have as a household, the capacity levels for mobility and for responding to a disaster.”The idea is to pinpoint ways to improve emergency response to floods and other natural disasters. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listenlast_img read more


Group Nine Media Taps ExGo90 Exec Jeff Siegel as Senior VP of


first_imgGroup Nine Media, parent of digital-media brands Thrillist, the Dodo, Seeker and NowThis, has hired Jeff Siegel as senior VP of distribution.Most recently, Siegel was head of licensing and syndication for Verizon’s Go90, where he oversaw off-platform content licensing and syndication for the ad-supported service’s original programming. Verizon shut down Go90 this summer after the nearly three-year-old initiative failed to gain traction.Sigel, based in the company’s New York headquarters, is responsible for sales and strategy around Group Nine’s intellectual-property library across platforms globally. Siegel will report to Mickey Meyer, chief network and IP management officer; Meyer joined the Discovery-backed company with Group Nine’s acquisition of comedy studio JASH, where he was president/COO. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety center_img “Jeff has extensive national and international media distribution experience and deep expertise in sourcing and negotiating TV and digital content sales and licensing deals with leading global platforms,” Meyer said in a statement. “As we continue to expand Group Nine’s IP library and evolve onto new platforms and into new formats, Jeff’s experience will be invaluable to helping us connect with new and diverse audiences around the world.”Siegel added, “The company’s brands have already built huge audiences of superfans both domestically and abroad, and I Iook forward to helping to continue to expand the audience in new and exciting ways.”Siegel has more than 20 years of experience monetizing digital content globally with a focus on international distribution.At Verizon, Siegel landed Go90’s first international content-licensing deal and advised cross-functional teams on rights, content configuration and assets with an eye toward global distribution. Before joining the telco in March 2017, Siegel was VP, international distribution at Defy Media where he oversaw content monetization for the digital studio outside of the U.S. He previously held distribution roles at FremantleMedia International and Viacom’s MTV Networks, and worked at Cinedigm for seven years.last_img read more


Google patent calls on eyes to unlock smart glasses


first_img More information: Patent Citation: Google patent calls on eyes to unlock smart glasses (2012, August 9) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-08-google-patent-eyes-smart-glasses.html (Phys.org) — In patent language, the application granted to Google this week says simply “Unlocking a screen using eye tracking information” but the message seems clear enough that Google plans to offer a way for wearers of Google headsets from its Project Glass to unlock their systems with just movements of their eyes. The patent describes a number of systems and methods for seeing to it that eye movements will cause the computing system to switch from being in locked mode of operation to unlocked mode, based on eye-tracking information. The technology furthers the ideal of hands-free computing for wearable devices without having to resort to disconcerting gestures, waves, and taps when in public view. Google will benefit in strengthening its past history of coming up with the simple yet innovative for end users. The methods for making the eye tracking and eye movements work include projecting moving objects and displaying a path for the eye to follow. Alternatively, a method might consist of displaying text, and tracking the eye’s movement and speed to determine whether the user is actually reading the text. Reading through lines of text would unlock the device.The patent was filed in November last year but was made public this week. One of the inventors is Hayes Raffle; the other two are Adrian Wong and Ryan Geiss. Raffle is an award-winning product and interaction designer. His title at Google is Staff Interaction Designer, working on Project Glass. Project Glass is one of other projects being built inside the Google X lab near Mountain View, California. His past experience includes a lot of tinkering at the MIT Media Lab where he invented technologies and materials for interpersonal communication.According to the patent, “Methods and systems for unlocking a screen using eye tracking information are described. A computing system may include a display screen. The computing system may be in a locked mode of operation after a period of inactivity by a user. Locked mode of operation may include a locked screen and reduced functionality of the computing system. The user may attempt to unlock the screen. The computing system may generate a display of a moving object on the display screen of the computing system. An eye tracking system may be coupled to the computing system. The eye tracking system may track eye movement of the user. The computing system may determine that a path associated with the eye movement of the user substantially matches a path associated with the moving object on the display and switch to be in an unlocked mode of operation including unlocking the screen.” Explore furthercenter_img Apple bowl-headed patent shows wearable computing plans © 2012 Phys.org This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more


Get Access to Complete Computer Science Education for Just 39


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Breakfast is the last thing guests experience befo


first_imgBreakfast is the last thing guests experience before leaving Relais & Chateaux properties. It is a memorable experience, in which every breakfast bears the indelible mark of the land and loving hands that created it.Enjoying a bowl of fresh fruit served on a sunny patio at an American ranch, savouring flaky pastries in the muted hall of a large Parisian hotel, sipping miso soup in a peaceful Japanese home, eating brunch from a basket brimming with gourmet food as kangaroos hop by in the Australian bush – these are just some of the moments that make holidays unforgettable.Whether showcasing regional products, playing up local flavours or sharing a unique art of living, all of the following 15 Relais & Châteaux properties have passed considerable muster to serve some of the world’s most sought-after breakfasts.Lake Placid Lodge, New York Lake Placid Lodge may sit amid the legendary Adirondack Park mountains and century-old forests, but it also offers its share of surprises. The property is actually known for serving spectacular breakfasts. Travel+Leisure Magazine ranked its delectable pancakes among the 10 best in the country.Every day of the week, the hotel offers tailor-made brunches that satisfy any desire its guests may have. For the cherry on the cake, they can enjoy their breakfast on the patio while taking in the stunning views.The Inn at Dos Brisas, Texas There is so much about the Inn at Dos Brisas ranch for guests to love. Spanning over 120 hectares, it is the perfect destination for anyone who loves the great outdoors. Run by chef Jason Robinson, the property is the perfect location to grow the aromatic herbs, spices and vegetables he uses in his dishes. His amazing breakfast is delivered to the rooms and includes mini-croissants, raspberry muffins hot out of the oven and a delicious homemade granola served with freshly ground coffee. A moment to savour while watching the ranch horses and fields stretching to the horizon.The Louise, Barossa Valley Located in the Barossa wine valley amid shiraz vineyards, you can enjoy breakfast at The Louise in the presence of your private guest suite. The property’s chef uses only fresh local products at the peak of ripeness and creates an array of morning selections from simple fresh squeezed fruit juice, a bounty of house-baked bakery items, to a cast-iron pot of local free-range eggs and pork bursting with flavour. All available at the time of your choosing and delivered to your room, private courtyard or private vineyard view terrace to be savoured in your robe after an indulgent sleep-in.During the months September – May, guests have the option to get up close with some of Australia’s most iconic flora and fauna with a sunrise gourmet picnic breakfast in the beautiful Australian bush. Wander and wonder at the unique native plants, flowers and grasses, then sit down to a delicious breakfast accompanied by sparkling wine and a local ‘mob’ of kangaroos.Wharekauhau Country Estate, FeatherstonRichard Rooney, General Manager of the Wharekauhau property, very proudly serves food made from local ingredients. Chef Marc Soper dreams up dishes based on products grown at neighbouring farms or, better yet, in the property’s kitchen garden. For breakfast, guests are treated to homemade smoked salmon, fried potatoes grown in the garden and wild spinach served with eggs collected that morning. Add in some fruit juices, homemade bread and regional honey, and you have a virtual feast to enjoy outside overlooking a herd of 200 sheep grazing on the Wharekauhau grounds.Kobe Kitano Hotel, Kobe In Kobe’s super-trendy Kitano district lies a spectacular red brick building renowned for serving “the best breakfast in the world”. Chef Hiroshi Yamaguchi learned the ropes at Bernard Loiseau’s property and delights gourmet food-lovers with equal doses of culinary innovation. When guests wake up at the Kobe Kitano Hotel, they can enjoy an energy-packed brunch of freshly squeezed fruit juice, dulce de leche, honey from Hyogo Prefecture and a large assortment of breads and poached eggs made to order. The perfect light meal for wandering through the streets of this wonderfully cosmopolitan city.Il Borro, San Giustino Valdarno Time seems to stand still at this 700-hectare Tuscan property. Il Borro is an ambassador of the art of Italian living and offers guests an unforgettable experience that starts in the kitchen at breakfast time. The chef personally prepares the meal and lays out a generous spread of local products at a “table d’hôtes”. It includes regional salami and cold meats, fine cheeses, jams and organic honey, yogurt and fresh breads. Fruits and vegetables grown on the premises are freshly juiced to make the feast a tad sweeter.Le Chambard, Kaysersberg Chef and owner of Le Chambard Olivier Nasti runs the kitchen and loves featuring regional products. And he never misses an opportunity to introduce them to his guests. At breakfast time, they cannot wait to arrive at the buffet of assorted cheeses, Alsatian meats and homemade smoked salmon. To accompany these local specialties, visitors can choose from thin baguettes, pastries, some legendary kougelhopf or a fruit salad. A note to jam lovers: they also serve a dozen varieties of Maison Ferber jams. Take your pick from the selection in a rustic cupboard. Rhubarb, strawberry, raspberry, apple, quince, citrus, vanilla… Who said choosing was easy?last_img read more


Upstairs on the second floor landing the drywall


first_imgUpstairs, on the second floor landing, the drywall was installed, mudded and sanded … The metal shop is working on a railing for the staircase. The post present an interesting challenge, as holes for the railing had to be drilled at an angle. More on this later. April 8, 2011We continue our report from 3/30 – 4/6/2011 about work on the interior of the West Housing apartment. The east wall has been painted with a color requested by the new tenants.center_img … and painted.We will continue this report after a weeks interruption with news of the upcoming Bluegrass Festival [see the announcement on our home page].last_img


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