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Stacked Cabin / Johnsen Schmaling Architects

first_img Year:  Projects Houses United States 2012 “COPY” Save this picture!© John J. Macaulay+ 18Curated by Paula Pintos Share CopyHouses•Muscoda, United States Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Photographs:  John J. Macaulay Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project center_img Stacked Cabin / Johnsen Schmaling Architects Architects: Johnsen Schmaling Architects Area Area of this architecture project Stacked Cabin / Johnsen Schmaling ArchitectsSave this projectSaveStacked Cabin / Johnsen Schmaling Architects ArchDaily Area:  880 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Manufacturers: Andersen Windows & Doors, Artemide, Benjamin Moore, Caesarstone, Johns Manville, Lacava, Schlage, Archispekjes, Juno Lighting, KnollSave this picture!© John J. MacaulayText description provided by the architects. This modest, 880 square-foot cabin for a young family sits at the end of an old logging road, its compact volume hugging the edge of a small clearing in a remote Wisconsin forest.Save this picture!© John J. MacaulayThe tight budget required a rigorously simple structure.  In order to minimize the building’s footprint and take advantage of the sloped site, the horizontally organized components of a traditional cabin compound – typically an open-plan longhouse with communal living space, an outhouse, and a freestanding toolshed – were reconfigured and stacked vertically.  The bottom level, carved into the hill and accessible from the clearing, houses a small workshop, equipment storage, and a washroom, providing the infrastructural base for the living quarters above.  A wood-slatted entry door opens to stairs that lead up to the open living hall centered around a wood-burning stove and bracketed by a simple galley kitchen and a pair of small, open sleeping rooms.Save this picture!Exploded AxonSave this picture!© John J. MacaulayFloor-to-ceiling curtains on either end of the living hall can be moved or retracted, their undulating fabric and delicate texture adding a sensual dimension to the crisp interior palette.  Depending on their arrangement, the curtains can provide privacy for the sleeping rooms, open them up to the main living space, or screen the kitchen when not in use.  Large-scale lift-slide apertures along the sides of the living hall offer extensive views of the forest and direct access to an informal hillside terrace.  In the summer, the apertures become screened openings, virtually transforming the living hall into a covered outdoor room and facilitating a high degree of cross-ventilation that eliminates the need for mechanical conditioning.  A small study, originally conceived as another room adjacent to the living hall, was instead stacked on top of it, creating an intimate, elevated observatory with treetop views.Save this picture!SectionsThe meticulously detailed project takes advantage of readily available materials used in the region’s farmstead architecture. On the outside, exposed concrete, cedar, anodized metal, and cementitious plaster all echo the muted, earthy hues of the surrounding forest and rock formations.  The material palette extends to the inside, where integrally colored polished concrete floors on the two main levels provide sufficiently durable surfaces against the periodic abuse from cross country skies, dogs, and muddy hiking boots.  Walls, ceilings, and built-in cabinets are painted white, lightening up the interiors during the long winter months and providing a quiet, neutral foreground against which nature’s complex and ever-changing tableau, carefully framed by the cabin’s large openings, can unfold.Save this picture!© John J. MacaulayOriginally published 1 April, 2013.Project gallerySee allShow lessDeja Vu House 2 / Nemo StudioSelected ProjectsTree Art Museum / Daipu ArchitectsSelected Projects Share “COPY” CopyAbout this officeJohnsen Schmaling ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabasMuscoda3D ModellingWoodIcebergHousesUnited StatesPublished on September 29, 2019Cite: “Stacked Cabin / Johnsen Schmaling Architects” 29 Sep 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Winner of Special Forces Ultimate Hell Week coming to Limerick

first_imgBilly Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Advertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostNetwork IrelandNetwork Ireland Limerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Previous articleNew University of Limerick Foundation CEO and UL Vice President Development appointedNext article92 people on trolleys in Limerick the highest ever recorded in an Irish hospital Meghann Scully Email LimerickNewsWinner of Special Forces Ultimate Hell Week coming to LimerickBy Meghann Scully – January 6, 2020 2112 center_img Twitter WhatsApp Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin Print WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Network Ireland Limerick will have the winner of RTE’s Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week, Grace O’Rourke as a guest speaker at the first event for 2020.Grace is a Fitness and Mindset Coach and will be sharing her grueling experience on the show which was an eight day programme designed by former members of Ireland’s elite Special Forces unit, the Army Ranger Wing (ARW).Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Those in attendance will learn about positive mindset, that there is no limit to what you can achieve and how to deal with mental, physical and emotional endurance.Winner of RTE’s Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week – O’Rourke beat 24 other contestants and is the first ever female in the history of the State to pass this level of formal military assessment“Whether it be when competing in athletics or show-jumping; applying for the army after being rejected; taking on the challenge of starting a new business or pushing myself that extra mile when training, having a complete harmony and balance between mind and body is what has helped me to keep battling through.”, Grace said.The evewnt takes place in the Savoy Hotel opn Wednesday 22nd of January from 6pm.Petrina Hayes, President of Network Ireland Limerick, said, “Grace has an incredible story to tell. I heard her speak at the Network Ireland conference last September and know that attendees will be inspired by her inner strength and ‘can-do’ attitude. It promises to be an entertaining and inspiring evening.” Facebooklast_img read more

STONE: New Year, new you!

first_img It’s time to put the year 2020 in our rearview mirror. A new year brings a fresh start, a re-boot if you will, to reflect on past transgressions and make wiser decisions ahead. One of the ways we do this is going through the perennial motions of making New Year’s resolutions. Unfortunately, these resolutions often fall flat by end of January…maybe stretching into February if we’re lucky. However, New Year’s resolutions don’t have to have such an abrupt and disappointing ending. Following a few simple tips can improve the likelihood of finally hitting those goals. The most effective way to avoid failure is to have a game plan designed to address potential pitfalls that would otherwise compromise your success. Since goals take time, effort, and commitment to reach; it’s not reasonable to expect something monumental such as losing a significant amount of weight or quitting smoking to suddenly happen overnight. While we wish for quick results, pushing too many goals at one time can lead to a loss of focus. If its pounds you aim to drop, don’t focus necessarily on the exact amount of weight you want to lose. Instead, set goals more likely to be achieved…such as drinking water instead of soda, pick three days each week to increase physical activity, and stay away from fast food for a month. Taking small steps leads to positive lifestyle changes in the long term which is key. Include a friend in your endeavors, preferably one that is a motivator rather than an enabler. A true friend will help you stay the course and vice versa. Sharing each other’s progress is a great way to recognize results and remind each other of the benefits you set out to achieve to begin with. No one wants to let a friend down, so use each other as a support system to keep on task. Simple strategies such as grocery shopping together, going for a run, taking a walk, or just revisiting why you set your goals are all examples of how friends can help maintain the intensity needed to see it through. Schedule time to reach your goals. Whether your preferred reminders come from a computer, smartphone, or post-it notes; include them as part of each day. This effortless task will help carve necessary time in gaining momentum in fulfilling your success. As busy as we are, there still is time throughout the day to spend on your goals. If it’s important enough, you’ll find a way to take a care of it. But, it’s ultimately your responsibility to schedule it within the hustle and bustle of everyday activities. Hitting your initial goals proves you can do it. The prize of seeing it through and the results that follow can be highly motivating to build upon additional success. Remember, modifying a lifestyle, that has been ingrained over years, takes time and repetitive acts to change. With this in mind, don’t forget to reward yourself. Celebrating victories large and small encourage us to press on. Rewards can come in different forms…be creative, but don’t give in to getting the chosen incentive until your goal is complete. Continue to set new goals and reward yourself each time to build upon the positive changes your making for your life. Bottom line is to be realistic by keeping your resolutions simple, straight forward, and open to continued lifestyle improvements. The building blocks for continued success start with the initial small steps in allowing you to make the big changes you’ve always wanted to achieve. Here’s to 2021 finally being your year to make it happen. Have a blessed, prosperous, and especially healthy New Year! Pinterest Facebook Pinterest TAGS  Twitter Previous articlePET OF THE WEEK: BaileyNext articleGEEK TO ME: Roller coaster year ends with a conundrum Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – December 27, 2020 center_img Facebook WhatsApp PeopleHealthLocal News WhatsApp Twitter STONE: New Year, new you!last_img read more

Next Stage of Economic Recovery Will Be ‘Unprecedented’

first_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, Market Studies, News Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Next Stage of Economic Recovery Will Be ‘Unprecedented’ Subscribe 2021-04-19 Christina Hughes Babb Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Share Save Previous: Mr. Cooper Promotes Kurt Johnson to Lead Compliance Next: Number of GSE Loans in Forbearance Plans Dips Lower Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago While the levels were somewhat larger than anticipated, economists at Fannie Mae say they knew the sharp pullback in most housing-related metrics was inevitable due to harsh weather and widespread power outages in February 2021. According to April 2021 commentary from the Fannie Mae Economic and Strategic Research (ESR) Group, a strong rebound to housing and the greater economy is likely to follow.Full-year 2021 real GDP growth expectations improved to 6.8%, the team reported, including 9.1% annualized growth in Q2, due predominately, they say, to the continued easing of virus-related gathering restrictions and stimulus-driven consumer spending.New home sales fell 18.2% over the month while pending sales declined by 10.6%. Existing home sales, which lag contract signings by about 30 to 45 days, on average, will therefore likely be considerably weaker in March and perhaps April, the ESR reported.Those stats come following a slight downward revision to the forecast due to continued supply constraints and a modestly higher outlook for mortgage rates, noted the ESR.”The ramp-up we’d previously forecast for the economy is underway, as evidenced by, among other measures, increasing airline passenger reservations and restaurant bookings,” said Doug Duncan, SVP and Chief Economist. “Vaccinations are continuing to roll out, and consumers appear to be increasingly looking toward post-pandemic life. While inflationary pressure is growing, our latest forecast update suggests that in the near term interest rates will remain steady at borrower-friendly levels. In fact, despite the recent increases, mortgage rates remain near historical lows, which we expect will help maintain strong housing demand in 2021.Duncan added: “An above-average pace of renters converting to first-time homebuyers is continuing, with many migrating into the suburbs from denser urban areas. However, strong consumer demand for housing continues to hit up against a lack of supply, limiting sales and bolstering home prices, which we expect will further compound affordability concerns in the months ahead as homebuilders also wrestle with input supply restraints.”Some risks lie ahead, the Fannie Mae team reports.”The pandemic-driven recession of 2020 was unprecedented, and so too is this next stage of economic recovery,” the researchers noted. “While growth is clearly accelerating, consumers’ eagerness to return to previously restricted activities is somewhat uncertain, as is their willingness to tap into the nearly $2 trillion in built-up savings from the past year. There are other meaningful risks to the macro forecast, as well, including ongoing supply chain disruptions, most notably semiconductors (and related auto manufacturing), and shipping bottlenecks.”They expect these factors to be resolved this year, however, if not,  they will likely hold back the pace of growth.Their outlook, the researchers say, is tinted with macroeconomic unpredictability.”If a combination of surging consumer demand coupled with ongoing supply constraints leads to higher inflation, the Fed may be compelled to tighten monetary policy more quickly than we currently expect,” they said. “Future developments in fiscal policy, notably a potential infrastructure and tax bill, have not been incorporated into our current baseline forecast. Lastly, COVID variants that resist current vaccines, or further complications regarding the vaccination roll out, cannot be ruled out.”And the housing sector is even more dubious. Aside from supply and demand issues, uncertainty surrounds the timing and implications of the end of the forbearance policies and how those might impact the number and nature of home sales.”However, we believe continued improvement in the labor market and higher levels of home equity will likely help limit distressed sales,” the ESR team concludes.Their full report is available at Home / Daily Dose / Next Stage of Economic Recovery Will Be ‘Unprecedented’ The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago April 19, 2021 861 Views About Author: Christina Hughes Babb The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago  Print This Post Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly,, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articleslast_img read more

Gardai double down on Covid checkpoints in Donegal

first_img Gardai double down on Covid checkpoints in Donegal Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook More Garda checkpoints will be in place across Donegal from this morning.Gardai in the county will be redoubling their efforts from today with an extensive network of static and random checkpoints.As part of the Gardai’s redoubling of efforts they say they will be interviewing people at checkpoints as to why they have left their residence and unless it is to access an essential retail outlet, essential service or for work in an essential outlet or service, Gardaí will be requesting members of the public to come into compliance and return to their home.It comes as Gardai say unfortunately traffic across the county has continued to remain busy and the numbers of positive COVID 19 cases are also remaining stubbornly high.People are being urged to comply with Level 5 restrictions over the coming weeks, to reduce non-essential travel and to not leave their place of residence without a reasonable excuse. Homepage BannerNews Twitter Pinterestcenter_img Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications By News Highland – November 17, 2020 WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Previous articleProposed tax changes will have ‘devastating impact’ on Donegal sectorsNext articleMinister urged to consider extending Christmas holidays News Highland Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens furtherlast_img read more

USA: PSNS & IMF, NNSY Recognized as 21st Century Registered Apprenticeship Trailblazers and Innovators

first_img USA: PSNS & IMF, NNSY Recognized as 21st Century Registered Apprenticeship Trailblazers and Innovators View post tag: century View post tag: NNSY View post tag: Recognize The U.S. Department of Labor will recognize Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS & IMF) and Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s (NNSY) apprentice programs, as 21st Century Registered Apprenticeship Trailblazers and Innovators, Aug. 1, in Washington, D.C.Registered Apprenticeship is a Department of Labor program that connects job seekers looking to learn new skills with employers looking for qualified workers.The Naval Sea Systems Command shipyards use their apprentice programs as part of their efforts to develop an agile, flexible, and diverse workforce focused on recruiting and hiring superior candidates.The shipyards’ four-year apprenticeship programs combine trade theory, academics, and on-the-job training. Apprentices are paid to attend all required curriculum. The educational partners provide accredited academic courses that result in an academic certificate and/or degree. Following completion of the required academics, apprentices document on-the-job learning and complete the trade theory and skills training which result in journey-level certificates from both the Department of Labor and the Department of the Navy.PSNS & IMF’s apprentice program began in 1901. It has produced nearly 9,000 graduates throughout its 111 years of continuous operations. The program’s tie to secondary education began in 1925, and now each graduate receives an associate degree in technical arts from educational partner Olympic College. The program currently has 812 apprentices in 28 trades related to the repair and maintenance of the naval fleet.NNSY also operates one of the nation’s oldest and most vital apprentice programs, observing its 100th anniversary Jan 2, 2013. Registered by the United States Department of Labor in 1970, it currently trains approximately 700 apprentices in 24 skilled occupations each year. NNSY partners with Tidewater Community College to provide the required academic courses. The NNSY apprenticeship program has been recognized twice in the past five years by the Virginia Apprenticeship Council for its outstanding apprentices.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, July 27, 2012 Industry news Share this article View post tag: Registered View post tag: Labor View post tag: US View post tag: Apprenticeship View post tag: Innovators View post tag: Department View post tag: 21st Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: PSNS & IMF, NNSY Recognized as 21st Century Registered Apprenticeship Trailblazers and Innovators View post tag: PSNS View post tag: Trailblazers View post tag: IMF July 27, 2012last_img read more

Danish sailor dies in accident aboard HDMS Absalon

first_img Danish sailor dies aboard HDMS Absalon during Baltic Sea drill View post tag: Royal Danish Navy September 19, 2017 A Royal Danish Navy able seaman died in an accident aboard support ship HDMS Absalon on Monday, September 18.According to the Danish defense forces command, the sailor sustained a severe head injury while the ship was at sea, taking part in an international drill in the Baltic Sea.The ship called for a rescue helicopter immediately and rendered first aid to the sailor, the command said. All efforts to save the sailor were unsuccessful as the doctor pronounced the sailor dead upon arriving aboard the ship.At the time of the incident, HDMS Absalon was northeast of Bornholm, where ship and crew participated in the Sweden-hosted exercise Northern Coasts. The international drill is set to conclude on September 21.HDMS Absalon is one of the two largest Danish Navy ships designed for command and support roles. The ship was launched in 2005 and commissioned in 2007. View post tag: Northern Coasts Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today Danish sailor dies aboard HDMS Absalon during Baltic Sea drill Share this article View post tag: HDMS Absalonlast_img read more

Vanderburgh Democrats’ February 2020 Updates

first_img History of Women’s Suffrage and “First” Women in Politics – the Southwest Indiana ExperienceRoberta Heiman for LWVSWIN has developed a 40-minute PowerPoint presentation that she is presenting to local civic organizations and classrooms.   She will reach several thousand people with this talk during 2019-2020.To arrange for this presentation contact Roberta Heiman at [email protected] . Mardi Gras FundraiserforAt-Large City CouncilmanJonathan WeaverTuesday, February 255:00 – 7:00pmMyriad Brewing Company101 S.E. 1st St., #1Evansville, In 47708 Any Democrat interested in attending this precinct committee training session is welcome, even if they are not currently precinct committee-persons. It’s an excellent opportunity to find out how things work. Make Republicans UncomfortableBy David Leonhardt Renewable Energy Day, January 7, 2020. Activists met with their legislators to ask them to transition Indiana to renewable power. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., pushed back on the GOP’s argument that Democrats are using the impeachment procedures to oust President Donald Trump from office, and said that the impeachment trial is about the high crimes and misdemeanors he committed through his office. Jeffries cited the work Democrats have done with the President on bipartisan bills that addressed lowering healthcare costs and criminal justice reform. “We don’t hate this President, but we love the Constitution,” he said. “We love our Democracy.” Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December on two articles – abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The Senate will now decide whether to convict trump of those charges and remove him from office, or acquit him. Indiana has the 3rd worst maternal mortality* in the country, a rate that puts Indiana on par with Iraq and Samoa. From 2013 – 2017, the U.S. had a maternal mortality rate of 29.6 out of 100,000 births; Indiana had a maternal mortality rate of 50.2 out of 100,000 births. Mexico, at 38 per 100,000, had a lower maternal mortality rate than the state of Indiana from 2013 – 2017. To give those numbers some perspective, in 2015, Australia had 6, Germany had 6, the United Kingdom had 9.Likewise, our infant mortality rate is the 7th highest in the country.In June, Democratic State Senator Jean Breaux introduced an amendment that would combat these abysmal numbers by providing Medicaid resources for pregnant women. But the decision was voted down along party lines, with 100% of Republican senators voting against women and children.Note: Should you attempt to find data on maternal mortality rates from Indiana on the State Department of Health website, the data is not available. Links that might appear to get to that data only take you in a circle. You are instructed to send email to [email protected] , presumably, to obtain it.*The Maternal mortality rate (MMR) is the annual number of female deaths per 100,000 live births from any cause related to or aggravated by pregnancy or its management (excluding accidental or incidental causes). Buy 2020 Vision Fair Tickets center_img Meet Your LegislatorsSaturday, February 89:00am – 11:00amEvansville Central Library200 SE Martin Luther King Jr BlvdEvansville Indiana 47713Local state legislators are invited to make themselves available to answer questions from the audience on the second Saturday of each month during each year’s legislative session.Doors open at 9 am. Sessions start at 9:15 am and end at 11 am.MYL sponsors are the Evansville Teachers Association, the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library, League of Women Voters of SWIN, Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 136, Teamsters Local 215, United Neighborhoods of Evansville, and Valley Watch.Sessions are made available for streaming on the WNIN website under Regional Voices. Direct links will be posted as they become available. Action Request:HB 1414Call Your State RepresentativesThere’s a bill at our Statehouse that needs everyone’s action to stop it. It’s currently in the House.HB 1414 would block the electric utilities from retiring a coal plant unless the federal government mandated the retirement. Alternatively a coal plant could be retired if proved to not be in the public interest, which would add time, red tape and expense to the retirement process.Indiana law requires investor-owned utilities to create a plan every two years to identify resource investments to meet electricity requirements. Utilities are directed to choose the resources with the lowest reasonable costs taking into account risks and uncertainties over a 20-year planning horizon. HB 1414 overrides this consumer protection law.  Not the utilities, the customers, the Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC), the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC), the Mid-continent Independent System Operator (MISO), nor Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has said there is any need to change the current planning law or to stop coal plant retirements.Coal plants are being retired because the 20-year planning analyses indicate that maintaining the coal plants cost the ratepayers more than newer, cleaner alternatives. That is exactly how the process was designed to work.  The coal industry should not be allowed to override laws created to protect utility customers from abuse.This bill is not necessary; coal is not required to provide reliable electricity. This bill forces ratepayers to pay for the most expensive and highest risk source of generation. Coal pollution raises our health costs and shortens our lives.Arctic ice is melting, oceans are rising, and forests are burning. We need to quickly move away from fossil fuels. Delaying the transition is immoral. This bill is immoral.Please ask your Legislators to oppose HB 1414.(***If you don’t know who your Senator or Representative is, find out here.)State Senator Vaneta Becker, Senate District 501-800-382-9467 or [email protected] Senator Jim Tomes, Senate District 491-800-382-9467 or [email protected] Representative Matt Hostettler, House District 64 1-800-382-9841 or [email protected] Representative Ron Bacon, House District 751-800-382-9841 or [email protected] Representative Wendy McNamara, House District 761-800-382-9841 or [email protected] Representative Ryan Hatfield, House District 77317-232-9622 or 1-800-382-9842 or [email protected] Representative Holli Sullivan, House District 781-800-383-9841 or [email protected] FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare Indiana House approves Hatfield amendment to lower prescription drug pricesJanuary 29, 2020News & Media, Member FeaturedIndiana House Democratic CaucusINDIANAPOLIS – State Rep. Ryan Hatfield (D-Evansville) today offered an amendment to House Bill 1005, that allows Indiana to import certain prescription drugs, already used in the United States, from Canada to help lower prescription drug prices.“Hoosiers have been crippled by the high cost of prescription drug prices for far too long,” said Hatfield.“This amendment will allow us to import certain prescription drugs from Canada to ensure that Hoosiers have a safe and effective pathway to more affordable health care.“Promoting competition in the prescription drug industry, through similar legislation, has already been implemented by the Republican governor in Florida and supported by President Trump,” continued Hatfield. “Accessible health care is not a partisan issue.”Currently, Colorado, Florida, Maine and Vermont have passed similar legislation to create a drug importation program.This amendment passed with a vote of 49-44. Vanderburgh County Democratic Party Opinion Democratic Indiana State Representative Ryan Hatfield files his candidacy for re-election while holding his daughter. Vanderburgh County Democratic PartyCentral CommitteeEdie Hardcastle, Chair; [email protected] Iaccarino, Vice ChairAlex Burton, Political DirectorCheryl Schultz, TreasurerMelissa Moore, SecretaryHeadquarters220 N.W. 4th St.Evansville, INWe welcome volunteers!Call 812-453-8949last_img read more

Mr Kipling steps into puddings arena

first_imgMr Kipling has thrown its hat into the ambient dessert market, with the launch of Mr Kipling Puddings. It marks a new focus for the brand, which currently produces cakes, tarts, pies and slices.The ambient sponge puddings market is currently worth £14.5m (IRI value sales 52w/e 9 July 2011), but is currently in decline as consumers switch to chilled products said the firm. Given the brand’s long established baking credentials, and its popularity with consumers, sponge puddings were a natural next step, it added, and the brand aims to grow this area of the market by bringing some of its existing cake customers into the ambient desserts aisle.“Six in ten households bought a Mr Kipling product in the last 12 months offering ample opportunity for crossover,” commented Tim Olley, category controller for desserts at parent company Premier Foods. “The launch of Mr Kipling sponge puddings is a real opportunity for Premier Foods to step change the ambient pudding market and return it to growth,” added Sarah Burnett, senior brand manger cake for Premier Foods. She said the firm would be competing with the likes of the Aunty’s brand, as well as own-label and chilled products, adding that the new range was been targeted at the mainstream market.The new range of microwaveable sponge puddings will be available in five varieties – Chocolate, Sticky Toffee, Lemon, Golden Syrup and Raspberry, and will launch in stores from late August.last_img read more

Spafford Celebrates Halloween With Debut Covers, Saxophonist On Herbie Hancock Song [Full Audio]

first_imgFans of Spafford had the treat of seeing the band perform two nights at Last Exit Live, a venue situated in the band’s home state of Arizona. The Phoenix, AZ celebration was one for the ages, as Spafford took fans through a jam-fueled journey in honor of the spooky holiday.The second night was the true Halloween party, with the band debuting a number of covers for the occasion. Spafford opened the show with the “Ghostbusters” theme song, and even included Green Day and Herbie Hancock covers in their first set. The cover of Herbie Hancock’s “Canteloupe Island” also featured saxophonist Mike Cunningham, adding some extra oomph to the first set closer. The show also featured debut renditions of Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love” and Todd Rundgren’s “Bang On The Drum All Day” in the second set, throwing it back to the 80’s for a great night of music!Fortunately, thanks to taper Grout, we have audio to share from this Halloween show. Check out the stream below!Setlist: Spafford at Last Exit Live, Phoenix, AZ – 10/29/16Set One – Ghostbusters(1) > Todd’s Tots, Ain’t That Wrong, Longview(2), Backdoor Funk, Cantaloupe Island(3*)Set Two – Tainted Love(4), The Reprise > Salamander Song, America > Galisteo Way > Dis Go In 5? > Galisteo Way, Bang The Drum All Day(5*)Encore – Leave The Light On > GhostbustersNotes:1 – Ray Parker Jr. cover FTP2 – Green Day cover FTP3 – Herbie Hancock cover FTP4 – Soft Cell cover FTP5 – Todd Rundgren cover FTP* – ft. Mike Cunningham(saxophone)Spafford has a number of exciting shows coming up, including two nights supporting Lotus this weekend in Chicago. They’ll also be playing with The Magic Beans in New York, NY post-Phish at MSG, and will then go on to tour with Umphrey’s McGee throughout winter of 2017! Details and tickets for all shows can be found on the band’s website.last_img read more