Find out where your favorite driver rolls off for Coors Light Pole qualifying at the Monster Mile READ: Post-Coca-Cola 600 Driver Reports READ: Pit crew key as Hamlin claws back READ: Kenseth, Johnson hopes wrecked in 600 Track Qualifying Record:Driver Date Time SpeedJeremy Mayfield 6/06/04 22.288 161.522# Car Driver Team Time Speed Time Speed1 13 Casey Mears GEICO Ford 2 39 Ryan Newman Haas Automation Chevrolet 3 51 Austin Dillon(i) Phoenix Construction Chevrolet 4 35 Josh Wise(i) MDS Transport Ford 5 14 Tony Stewart Code 3 Associates/Mobil 1 Chevrolet 6 83 David Reutimann Burger King/Dr.Pepper Toyota 7 29 Kevin Harvick Jimmy John’s Chevrolet 8 22 Joey Logano Shell Pennzoil Ford 9 44 Scott Riggs No Label Ford 10 34 David Ragan Front Row Motorsports Ford 11 87 Joe Nemechek(i) Royal Teak Toyota 12 7 Dave Blaney SANY Chevrolet 13 99 Carl Edwards Subway Ford 14 78 Kurt Busch Furniture Row/Sealy Chevrolet 15 32 Timmy Hill # OXY Water Ford 16 30 David Stremme Widow Wax Toyota 17 98 Michael McDowell Phil Parsons Racing Ford 18 33 Landon Cassill(i) Bicycle NASCAR Playing Cards Chevrolet 19 11 Denny Hamlin FedEx Freight/Autism Speaks Toyota 20 9 Marcos Ambrose DeWalt/Ace/CMN Ford 21 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. National Guard Chevrolet 22 27 Paul Menard Menards/Libman Chevrolet 23 15 Clint Bowyer 5-hour Energy Toyota 24 2 Brad Keselowski Miller Lite Ford 25 93 Travis Kvapil Burger King/Dr.Pepper Toyota 26 55 Mark Martin Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota 27 16 Greg Biffle RiteAid/Ace Ford 28 42 Juan Pablo Montoya Energizer Chevrolet 29 48 Jimmie Johnson Lowe’s/Monsters University Chevrolet 30 19 Mike Bliss(i) Plinker Tactical Toyota 31 1 Jamie McMurray Parade Media Group Chevrolet 32 20 Matt Kenseth Dollar General Toyota 33 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. # Best Buy Ford 34 24 Jeff Gordon AARP Credit Cards from Chase Chevrolet 35 10 Danica Patrick # GoDaddy Chevrolet 36 31 Jeff Burton Cheerios Chevrolet 37 38 David Gilliland Long John Silver’s Ford 38 56 Martin Truex Jr. NAPA Auto Parts Toyota 39 47 Bobby Labonte Scott Products Toyota 40 36 JJ Yeley DOHS Click it or Ticket Chevrolet 41 43 Aric Almirola Smithfield Ford 42 5 Kasey Kahne Farmers Insurance Chevrolet 43 18 Kyle Busch M&M’s Toyota * Required to qualify on time, (i) Ineligible for driver points in this seriesREAD MORE: READ: Harvick’s late charge leads to 600 win ___________________________________________________________________________________________Comments are currently unavailable. We’re working on the development of a NASCAR fan forum – please stay tuned.
<a href=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryFto0IEhBk” rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank”> <img src=”https://img.youtube.com/vi/ryFto0IEhBk/0.jpg” alt=”0″ title=”How To Choose The Correct Channel Type For Your Video Content ” /> </a> Popular cartoonist, children’s book writer, and songwriter Sandra Boynton will present a fast-paced audiovisual retrospective of her work on Tuesday. This talk, titled “The Pursuit of Hipponess,” is part of the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s (HGSE) Askwith Forum series.Originally known for her offbeat greeting cards — one of which (“Hippo Birdie Two Ewes”) may be the best-selling birthday card of all time — Boynton has gone on to create more than 50 best-selling books, many of them for young children. She is also a Grammy-nominated record producer, with three of her albums certified gold and “Philadelphia Chickens” recently certified platinum.Boynton grew up in Philadelphia, and attended kindergarten through 12th grade at Germantown Friends School, a Quaker school where her father, educational publisher Robert W. Boynton, M.A.T. ’47, taught English. She received her bachelor’s degree in English from Yale in 1974, and went on to study drama at the University of California at Berkeley and the Yale School of Drama. Boynton has four children with her late husband, writer Jamie McEwan.Her talk will take place at Longfellow Hall from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The event is open to the public, and will also be live-streamed.Boynton spoke with the Gazette about her career and the upcoming talk.GAZETTE: Could you summarize what you’ll be speaking about at HGSE?BOYNTON: I’ll try! It will be a somewhat free-form slideshow of my work over the past 40 years. I’m also going to preview two tracks (“Rat Race” and “Tyrannosaurus Funk”) from “Hog Wild,” the new record album I’m working on. No one anywhere has heard these songs yet, so this will be a sort-of world premiere. And I’m going to also show a musical short film that I wrote and directed in 2009: “One Shoe Blues,” starring B.B. King, and attitudinal sock puppets. After my talk, I’ll be sitting down with HGSE senior lecturer Pamela Mason, and we’ll talk more directly about questions of education and pedagogy. And then I’ll take hostile questions from people in the audience who are angrily opposed to cartoon hippos.GAZETTE: How did a Quaker upbringing influence your art?BOYNTON: It can’t really be quantified. It’s just how I grew up. The things that I think of being at the heart of Quaker education are non-violence, and a sincere valuing of the individual. I hope these are also at the center of the upbeat and kind of offbeat work I do. I’m certainly grateful — beyond grateful — for the school I went to, and for the wonderful family I grew up in.GAZETTE: Why do you think your work is so popular?BOYNTON: I don’t really know. I just make things that I like making, and that have value and interest to me. I’m delighted that what I create resonates with other people. I’m so lucky to be able to do this for a living. I’m pretty much a professional kindergartner.A poster Sandra Boynton designed and illustrated for the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Askwith Forum, where she will speak on Tuesday. Courtesy of the artistGAZETTE: Your breadth of work hits all the marks — writing, illustration, music, video director/creator. Was this a planned path, or one that simply evolved as your interests grew?BOYNTON: Much to my parents’ dismay, I was never much of a “planned path” sort of person. I pretty much go where my curiosity and my cheerfully contrarian nature lead me.GAZETTE: Your music projects have featured such varied artists as Meryl Streep, Brian Wilson, Darius Rucker, Kevin Kline, Blues Traveler, Alison Krauss, Ryan Adams, B.B. King, Brad Paisley, Kacey Musgraves, Neil Sedaka, and Dwight Yoakam. You even wrote and produced a duet with “Weird Al” Yankovic and Kate Winslet. How did you first approach all these artists, and what made them agree to be part of a children’s album?BOYNTON: I tend to write each song with a particular performer in mind. With my music production partner, Mike Ford, I create a tight demo, and then I send it off to the artist’s manager. When artists like a song, they say yes. Admittedly, though, it can take a long time to get an answer at all!GAZETTE: With your many talents, what would you consider your current passion?BOYNTON: Absurdly dark chocolate.Askwith Forum: The Pursuit of Hipponess Cartoonist Sandra Boynton presents an up-tempo visual retrospective of her work, starting in 1973 with the quirky greeting cards she began designing in college, and then on through her many children’s books, five record albums of what she calls “renegade children’s music,” and her seven film shorts. In the subsequent conversation with Senior Lecturer Pamela Mason, Boynton will consider her work and offbeat career in the context of her own education (from Kindergarten through 12th Grade) at Germantown Friends School, a Quaker school in Philadelphia.
A major, multi-institutional study based at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has identified a promising treatment strategy for Huntington’s disease (HD).The team’s identification of a novel compound, MIND4, appears to protect against neurodegeneration in cellular and animal models of HD by means of two separate mechanisms — inhibiting a regulatory enzyme of the nervous system (SIRT2), and stimulating activity of the NRF2 pathway, which regulates the expression of protective, antioxidant proteins. The report will be published online in the journal Cell Chemical Biology.“Based on numerous studies, it has become evident that the pathologies of neurodegenerative diseases, including Huntington’s disease, are very complex, so targeting multiple pathways may help us achieve maximum therapeutic benefit,” said Aleksey Kazantsev, who led the study as an investigator at the MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease (MIND). “The lead compound identified in the current study has two distinct mechanisms, both of which are shown to be potentially neuroprotective and which we expect will have synergistic benefits.”Previous work from Kazantsev’s MIND team identified SIRT2 as a promising treatment target for Huntington’s as well as for Parkinson’s disease. Building on those findings, he and his collaborators from 12 research institutions in five countries began searching for a scaffold — a group of molecules with similar chemical structures — that could be the basis of more potent and selective SIRT2 inhibitors. Starting with the most powerful SIRT2-inhibiting compound they identified, which they called MIND4, they assembled a group of structurally similar compounds with varying levels of effectiveness.In investigating how MIND4 acted to inhibit SIRT2, the researchers were surprised to find that the top seven pathways activated by treatment with MIND4 were related to the oxidative stress response mediated by NRF2. Additional experiments indicated that activation of NRF2-mediated pathways did not depend on SIRT2 inhibition.“Finding that MIND4’s SIRT2 and NRF2 activities are independent of each other is a critical step for further drug development, which indicates that work to improve the potency of each activity should proceed separately,” said Kazantsev. “We still don’t know whether the neuroprotective results we observed in this study depend more on one activity or the other, but since MIND4, which produces both activities, was a better protectant than [a MIND4 derivative] which only activates NRF2, I speculate that both activities will be necessary.”He added, “MIND4 is a great starting template for drug development, and we have promising preliminary results in two mouse models. We also need to optimize the pharmacology to meet FDA requirements for a version we can test in human patients. Right now, we expect to have results regarding the mechanism behind NRF2 activation ready for submission soon.” Kazantsev recently joined the Cambridge, Mass.-based startup company Effective Therapeutics, LLC, but continues to collaborate with his colleagues at MGH and other institutions.Anne B. Young, former MGH chief of neurology and founder of MIND as well as Effective Therapeutics, said, “These multidisciplinary studies highlight new pathways that can be targeted for HD therapy but also very likely for other neurodegenerative diseases, too.”A pdf of the study is available here.
By Dialogo June 05, 2009 Bogotá, 03 June (EFE).-Forty years of publications by Spanish authors, assembled for the exhibit “Browsing …. Four decades of books and magazines by artists in Spain”, which will be exhibited starting today in the Luis Ángel Arango Library in Bogotá. The exhibit includes a collection of publications of Spanish artists, painters and photographers who have compiled their works in a volume, they have designed the catalogue of their exhibitions as a supplement and they intended their creation more as an artistic magazine or as an open support to any type of format. The art curator, José Arturo Rodríguez, explained to Efe that “this exhibit is intended to disassociate the concept of what is art and what is expensive, and it attempts to eliminate the confusion between value and price”, as he defined the volume of artists as “the trade off to traditional art. Expensive, made with technical traditions in offset”. Rodríguez explained that the two hundred copies exhibited, that belong to the Spain’s Corporation for Overseas Cultural Action (SEACEX), are inexpensive and unlimited editions, and they were compiled by bridging together works from museums, expositions and galleries”. The curator asserted that “really some of these works become expensive over time, but at the time when they are published they are not a limited edition, and many times they have the price of a normal book that is re-edited because it is very successful”, The order and availability of the exhibit modules tend to follow the progression of these publications since the sixties; therefore they show the different identities which exist between the environment in Catalonia and in Madrid, and they group the themes according to the supports employed by the use of video or photography. From publications presented as an item inside a green bag to sample copies of “objectual poetry” that do not conceive the magazine as a mere compilation of pages but as a “container” for works, stand out in the exhibit for their originality. From this last type, the curator showcases the annual numbers of “The most beautiful”, which present their content in a tool case or in a gardener’s apron. Rodríguez asserted that the works of the artist Joan Fontcuberta protagonize several of the modules for the interest of their “recreations of reality”, patents in the catalogue from the “supposed doctor Ameisenhaufen and his impossible animals” and in the book entitled “Deconstructing Bin Laden”. Also a photo book from the filmmaker Carlos Saura is exhibited which illustrates a project by Ramón Gómez de la Serna and the picturesque interpretation of the “Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri on the paintbrush of the internationally renowned Miquel Barceló, as well as the photographs taken by the photographers Alberto García-Alix, Chema Madoz and Juan Muñoz. For the exhibit’s curator, the volume of artists is now experiencing its golden age, since never before has there been a production that is so extensive and with so much variety.
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continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr When I was little, my mom always told me I could be anything I wanted to be, just as I’m sure your parents told you. I remember her saying to me over and over again that I needed to be a strong, independent, ambitious woman—basically, her way of saying “take no sh*t” to a 7-year-old. (Oh, wait … she said that, too.) If I worked hard and always stayed true to myself, I really thought I could accomplish anything and get anywhere. However, this ambition and tenacity we instill in our daughters can be a double-edged sword once they leave the nest and flock into a professional setting.Unfortunately, an ambitious woman in the workplace is rarely described as just that. Instead, a strong female presence is often degraded, viewed as “bossy,” “intimidating,” or “aggressive,” instead of being celebrated. Too often women are expected to be submissive, gentle, and are told they should be grateful to have a seat at the table. This same tenacity in men is instead interpreted as a positive and necessary leadership trait, something other men should aspire to. There seems to be a tightrope women have to walk between ambition and aggression. It’s a fine line; one misstep can push you off the rope and derail your career trajectory.The social cost of being ambitious in the workplace can be high for women. Too frequently, when women choose to think big, they are shut out, viewed as difficult to work with, interrupted and suddenly no longer considered a “team player.” The effects of this on women’s confidence and success is huge. Women may lose connections, opportunities and even their aspirations towards a senior management position. According to a study by Bain & Co., 43% of women aspired to be in top management during their first two years in a new job, but after that, only 16% were still shooting for those C-suite positions.
Facebook Linkedin “Documenting 75 years of resilience” is a series of special reports by The Jakarta Post to celebrate Indonesia’s Independence Day, August 17, 1945.Corruption remains an intractable issue to resolve in Indonesia 75 years after the country became independent.The present-day antigraft campaign has been largely spearheaded by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), which was established in late 2003 because of low public trust in the police and the Attorney General’s Office.The KPK was quick to uncover two corruption cases throughout its first year of operation. In 2018, it uncovered 199 corruption cases, the highest yearly number of cases the commission has investigated.Yet corruption persists. Many modern-day scholars believed that it has become an inseparable part of Indonesia’s culture. A similar view was shared by the country’s first … LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? Google KPK corruption #corruption #KPK 75th-indonesian-independence-day #IndependenceDay #Indonesia75 Topics : Log in with your social account
Inside 133 Westlake Rd, Westlake.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“The fact that it’s heated means we get a few extra months a year to enjoy it. There’s also a great entertaining area near the pool that gets a lot of use.”Located on the ground floor, the master or guest suit features a large walk-in-robe and ensuite, complete with freestanding bath, separate shower, vanity and toilet with direct access to the garden. real estate, 133 Westlake Dr, WestlakeDesigned with families and entertainers in mind, this large family home has been beautifully renovated.Owner Michael Carpentier said his family have enjoyed the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house at 133 Westlake Drive, Westlake since 2000.“We bought it off my parents when they retired and moved in straight away. Since then, we’ve renovated and enjoyed the large living space and open floor plan,” he said.Featuring dual entertainment areas, Mr Carpentier said the house is ideal for families.“We love watching movies in the big lounge, and spend lots of time in the pool during summer,” he said. Inside 133 Westlake Dr, Westlake.Upstairs, a second master bedroom comes airconditioned with ensuite and walk-in-robe. There is also two queen-size bedrooms, study and second living room.The designer kitchen has a butler’s pantry, wine fridge, and top-of-the-range appliances. Inside 133 Westlake Dr, Westlake.There is also a second kitchen in the three-vehicle garage.The home is on a 701sq m block, close to shops and parks.“We’re really going to miss the location,” said Mr Carpentier.“It’s so close to schools, transport, sporting ovals and shopping centres.“Westlake is a fantastic neighbourhood, everyone is so friendly. It really is such a great family area.”
The Lady Pirates traveled to Madison and fell to the Lady Cubs 2-1.Madison passed and possessed the ball well and utilized a direct kick and a late breakaway to earn the victory. Maddi Hellmich scored the lone goal off an assist from Julia Pacilio for Greensburg with 25 minutes to play giving the Lady Pirates a 1-0 advantage. The late surge and constant hustle of the home team lead them to victory with their goals at the 17 and 4 minute marks.The Lady Pirates outshot the Lady Cubs 20 to 10 in the contest and McKella Lynette made 8 saves. Taking shots for Greensburg were: Maddi Hellmich, Abby Bailey, Keirsten Lynnette, Emma Hellmich, Michaela Myers, Julia Pacilio, Emma Overmyer and Abby Easley. The loss drops the Lady Pirates to 3-3-1 for the season.The JV Lady Pirates played to a 0-0 tie for the second straight match.Emily Lowe secured the shut out with 9 saves and Sara Brown also made a kick save. Easley, Katelyn Hall and Holly Reed all shots on goal for the Lady Pirates.Both teams will be in action next Tuesday as they host the Lady Owls from Seymour with a 5:30 Varsity kickoff and JV half after.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Mike Myers.
Jac-Cen-Del Boys Soccer team is ranked #2 in The 1A ISCA Soccer Pre-season polls. Oldenburg is also in The Top 10 at#7. East Central Girls is #13 in The 3A ISCA Soccer Pre-season polls. Three teams are ranked in 2A. South Dearborn is #4, Batesville #6, and Lawrenceburg #13. Oldenburg is #8 in 1A.North Decatur is #13 in The 1A Football Coaches Pre-season polls. Lawrenceburg is #8 in 3A and East Central also in The Top 10 in 4A at #6.Best of luck to all our area teams this season from WRBI!