Justice Teaching at the Royal Palm School in Lantana

first_img JUDGE JOHN PHILLIPS AND ATTORNEY SHERI HAZELTINE brought the Justice Teaching program to Regina Brodsky’s Royal Palm School class in Lantana in Palm Beach County in September to present “Carnac’s History Lesson: How We Got a Constitution and Why.” Judge Phillips researched content and photos and wrote the script for the presentation and Hazeltine assisted by putting the program into a Powerpoint presentation. At the end of the presentation, Judge Phillips put on his “Carnac” hat and played the famous Johnny Carson character where he gave the students answers and the students were asked to pick the questions. Brodsky helped by putting the question-and-answer session into a format that allowed the children to make selections on the screen in order to choose the correct answer. The school has a population of the most developmentally disabled children in Palm Beach County and all in the class need wheelchairs for mobility and assistive communication devices. November 15, 2013 Regular News Justice Teaching at the Royal Palm School in Lantanalast_img read more

BW Leo delivered to BW LPG

first_imgBW LPG said that it has taken delivery of BW Leo, the fourth Very Large Gas Carrier in its newbuilding programme of eight VLGCs from HHI. In addition, BW LPG has recently acquired a four VLGC newbuilding programme from DSME, the company informed in a statement.The BW Leo is financed by a combination of free cash and the USD 400 million loan facility from KEXIM, DNB and SEB, as lending banks. The BW Leo joins the fleet held available to serve voyage charter opportunities and meet CoA commitments.Including the BW Leo, the company now owns and operates a fleet of 38 vessels, comprising 24 owned VLGCs, nine chartered-in VLGCs and five owned LGCs.[mappress mapid=”16958″]Image: BW LPGlast_img

ESL and Intel expand partnership through to 2021

first_imgTurtle Entertainment‘s ESL has expanded its partnership with technology company Intel through to 2021. As of writing, the two parties have been working together for 18 years.As part of this new deal, the two parties will launch new esports tournaments in the Asia-Pacific region and plan to “trial new technologies during large-scale tournaments”. Over $100 million (£79 million) will be invested over the next three years.Intel is ESL’s global technology partner and will continue to work with the tournament organiser on ESL One and Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) events, ESL CS:GO Pro League, and the Intel Grand Slam (which Astralis just won).Ralf Reichert, Founder and co-CEO at ESL commented on the long-standing partnership: “ESL and Intel have worked side by side on growing esports for nearly two decades. We built a number of cornerstones of this industry together and helped many gamers in becoming legends of the sport. The long-term extended partnership with Intel opens even more opportunities for us to take our efforts to a whole different level on a global scale.”IEM, a series of international esports tournaments, was founded in 2007 as ESL-sanctioned events that are sponsored by Intel. Over its tenure, IEM has hosted titles such as StarCraft II, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, and Hearthstone. Tournaments have been hosted in locations such as Katowice in Poland, Chengdu in China, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, and Los Angeles in the United States.John Bonini, Vice President and General Manager of VR, Gaming and Esports at Intel Corporation added: “This joint investment with ESL into the ecosystem means that the esports growth and innovation that we’ve led over the past two decades will continue. This partnership will advance the rapid evolution of esports, and Intel is committed to ushering in this new era with technology solutions that place the gaming community and fans first.”The Intel Grand Slam is a $1,000,000 initiative that sees the winning team receive the total prize pool. Danish organisation Astralis, which is owned by RFRSH Entertainment, recently took home the inaugural run of the Grand Slam by winning four of the 10 most recent premier tournaments it competed in.Esports Insider says: ESL and Intel have been working together longer than some professional players have been alive! The two companies have become synonymous with each other when discussing flagship events in the industry, so it’s great to see that their partnership will continue and is still growing.Subscribe to ESI on YouTubelast_img read more

‘Someone should be fired’ – Blues fans demand action after talented youth is loaned out

first_imgChelsea youngster Lewis Baker won’t be playing his football at Stamford Bridge next season.The highly-rated youth prospect, who has previously been tipped to make the grade in Jose Mourinho’s first team, is set to be sent out on loan to Dutch outfit Vitesse Arnhem.The 20-year-old must have hoped that he would be able to claim a place in the Blues’ squad next term, but will now have to prove his worth abroad before such a luxury is afforded to him.Meanwhile, are the west Londoners happy to see the England Under-20 international depart? Or do Chelsea fans believe their midfielder should have been given more of a chance to impress?You can see the best reaction to Lewis Baker’s season-long loan move to Vitesse Arnhem below…. ‘We’ll never hear from him again’ – Chelsea fans upset with the decision to send Lewis Baker on loan to Dutch outfit Vitesse 1last_img read more