Edna Lewis Birthday Celebration and Awards Dinner - at Asante Restaurant Atlanta, GA April 13, 2015
Edna Lewis Foundation Birthday Celebration and Awards Dinner - at Asante Restaurant Atlanta, GA April 13, 2015
JOE RANDALL, The Edna Lewis Foundation, Inc., Founder & Chair Owner | Chef Joe Randall’s Cooking School | Savannah
MARVIN WOODS, Owner | Asante Resturant | Atlanta, GA
CHARLIE HATNEY, Owner | Charlie Hatney & Company| Atlanta, GA
KEVIN MITCHELL | Culinary Institute of Charleston | Charleston, SC
HEATHER HURLBERT, Owner | HHDesserts | Atlanta, GA
DUANE NUTTER | Lushlife Restaurant Group | Atlanta, GA
TODD RICHARDS | The Shed at Glenwood | The Pig & The Pearl Restaurant | Atlanta, GA
Food Adventure #2 / HITCH / SAVANNAH GA
Eating dinner at Hitch (sister to Treylor Park) located off Drayton Street in Savannah Georgia. Very cool atmosphere, fair prices, and friendly staff await.
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Shoofly Shiraz $9 (glass)
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Crabcakes & Football
Quick scene from the movie Wedding Crashers.
The Spot: Savannah Irish Festival and more
Host Pearl Fyderek learns about the Savannah Irish Festival and shows you where you can having a coffee tasting, learn to cook southern food, and much more!
2018 Spring Commencement
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That photoshop teacher might be a North Korea Fanatic
The idea for it came up while watching an surprisingly uninformative yet somewhat entertaining tutorial video on Adobe TV. I got there by coincidence while being on a search for (guess what?) Photoshop Tutorials which ideally would expand my knowledge.
After all I can say that I wasn't able to do the INCONCEIVABLE, ENHANCING MY ENDLESS EXPERTISE IN PS, however my imagination got inspired by the video, leading me to do this!
If you think you got what it takes make yet another That photoshop teacher might be a [insert random word], feel free to download the Photoshop Guy Pack, it includes the layers I made use of, an After Effects project file and the original video. If you are acquainted with AE, you can easily do such a video in less than 2 minutes!
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Speed limits in the United States by jurisdiction | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
00:00:41 1 Alabama
00:01:54 2 Alaska
00:04:29 3 American Samoa
00:05:00 4 Arizona
00:08:38 5 Arkansas
00:12:36 6 California
00:12:45 6.1 Basic speed law
00:17:44 6.2 Speed limits
00:19:42 7 Colorado
00:21:01 7.1 Night speed limits
00:21:32 8 Connecticut
00:25:02 9 Delaware
00:28:28 10 Florida
00:32:15 11 Georgia
00:37:01 12 Guam
00:37:30 13 Hawaii
00:39:24 14 Idaho
00:41:45 15 Illinois
00:44:49 16 Indiana
00:46:39 17 Iowa
00:48:08 18 Kansas
00:50:10 19 Kentucky
00:51:38 20 Louisiana
00:53:43 20.1 Other laws
00:54:46 21 Maine
00:56:34 22 Maryland
00:59:23 23 Massachusetts
01:02:25 24 Michigan
01:08:51 25 Midway Atoll
01:09:08 26 Minnesota
01:11:00 27 Mississippi
01:14:08 28 Missouri
01:16:01 28.1 Variable speed limits
01:17:18 28.2 Exceptions to the statutory limits
01:23:00 29 Montana
01:23:29 29.1 Reasonable and prudent
01:25:12 29.2 No speed limit
01:27:44 29.3 75 and 80 mph speed limits
01:29:39 30 Nebraska
01:30:48 31 Nevada
01:35:17 32 New Hampshire
01:38:02 33 New Jersey
01:41:46 34 New Mexico
01:52:40 35 New York
01:57:50 35.1 History
01:59:48 36 North Carolina
02:07:01 36.1 60 mph speed limits
02:11:36 37 North Dakota
02:13:18 38 Northern Mariana Islands
02:13:37 39 Ohio
02:16:39 40 Oklahoma
02:17:56 41 Oregon
02:19:19 41.1 Engineering studies
02:21:42 41.2 Attempts to raise speed limits
02:24:07 41.3 School speed limits
02:25:56 42 Pennsylvania
02:35:24 43 Puerto Rico
02:36:55 44 Rhode Island
02:38:29 45 South Carolina
02:42:09 46 South Dakota
02:43:33 47 Tennessee
02:48:09 48 Texas
02:49:37 48.1 Truck speed limits
02:51:10 48.2 Night speed limits
02:51:54 48.3 Environmental speed limits
02:55:19 48.4 Elimination of Dallas-Fort Worth region environmental speed limits
02:56:44 48.5 75 mph limits
02:58:22 48.6 80 and 85 mph limits
03:01:58 49 US Virgin Islands
03:03:00 50 Utah
03:05:06 50.1 80 mph speed limit
03:08:02 51 Vermont
03:09:31 52 Virginia
03:15:52 53 Wake Island
03:16:09 54 Washington
03:18:56 55 West Virginia
03:21:04 56 Wisconsin
03:24:20 57 Wyoming
03:26:11 58 See also
Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago.
Learning by listening is a great way to:
- increases imagination and understanding
- improves your listening skills
- improves your own spoken accent
- learn while on the move
- reduce eye strain
Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone.
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I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think.
Speed limits in the United States vary depending on jurisdiction, with 75 to 80 mph (120 to 130 km/h) common in the Western United States and 65 to 75 mph (100 to 120 km/h) common in the Eastern United States. States may also set special speed limits for trucks and night travel along with minimum speed limits. The highest speed limit in the country is 85 mph (140 km/h), which is posted on a single stretch of tollway in rural Texas.
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Put Me On Steve: The Woman That Made Steve Cry || STEVE HARVEY
Duranice is a former gospel singer who has faced more than her share of adversity, but always stays positive. This interview brought everyone in the room to tears - including Steve.
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Cathey Steinberg, Reflections on Georgia Politics
ROGP 106. Cathey Steinberg interviewed by Bob Short, February 24, 2010.
Cathey Weiss Steinberg served in the Georgia General Assembly for sixteen years in both the Georgia House of Representatives (1977-1989) and in the Georgia Senate (1991-1993). She is recognized as a strong advocate for women's rights. She was the primary sponsor of the 1981-1982 Equal Rights Amendment legislation. From 1993-1999, she was the managing partner for Ahead of the Curve, a public policy consulting and advocacy training firm. In 1999, Governor Roy Barnes appointed Cathey Steinberg as Georgia's first Consumer Insurance Advocate. She held that position until 2003. Steinberg later served as the executive director of the Juvenile Justice Fund, a non-profit child advocacy organization based in Atlanta, Georgia. She has been a consultant in public and community relations and marketing, and a frequent guest speaker and lecturer. Steinberg discusses the sexism and antisemitism she faced early in her legislative career, her work in the private sector with juveniles, insurance, and women, and the state of party politics in Georgia.
From the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies. For more information, see:
Cox HS Graduation - Class of 2019
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Joker Movie Review (Classic Or Trash?)
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Performance & Discussion of Visible Language—Musical in American Sign Language—Washington, DC
The WSC Avant Bard theatre company and the Gallaudet University Theatre and Dance Program present Visible Language—a world premiere musical, performed in American Sign Language and English, about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every Deaf person in America—livestreaming from Washington, DC, on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Sunday, November 16, 2014, at 11am PST (San Francisco) / 1pm CST (Chicago) / 2pm EST (Washington, DC).
The performance will be followed by a discussion with members of the creative team. In Twitter, use #howlround.
Visible Language is a world premiere, Helen Hayes Award Recommended© musical with book and lyrics by Mary Resing and music by Andy Welchel. Performed in American Sign Language and English, the show tells the true story of the 1890s culture war when two powerful and egotistical men—Alexander Graham Bell and Edward Miner Gallaudet—clashed over how the Deaf should be taught to communicate. The outcome of that contest, vividly dramatized in sign and song in Visible Language, changed the life of every Deaf person in America.
The performance runs about one hour 50 minutes, after which there will be a discussion with members of the creative team.
Visible Language is directed by Tom Prewitt with musical direction by Elisa Rosman. Complete credits and cast and creative/production team bios can be found in the Visible Language program, which can be downloaded as a PDF available here.
Book and Lyrics by Mary Resing
Music by Andy Welchel
Directed by Tom Prewitt
Music Direction by Elisa Rosman
Lisa Anne Bailey | Carrie Harrison
Tom Baldridge | Edward Miner Gallaudet
Adam Bartley | Dr. Edward Fay
Mikey Cafarelli | Rep. Joseph Cannon
John Cartwright II | Sam, a Kendall Green student
Tyresha Collins | May, a Kendall Green student
Lewis Freeman | Samuel Randall
Kari Ginsburg* | Mabel Bell
Brady Humphrey | Adolf, a Kendall Green student
Harv Lester | Alexander Graham Bell
Aarron Loggins | Ennals Adams Jr.
Jose Martinez | Jacob, a Kendall Green student
Miranda Medugno | Helen Keller
Sarah Anne Sillers | Anne Sullivan
Emily Stemper | Laura Redden Searing
Jaclyn Young | Mary Cannon
*Member, Avant Bard Acting Company
Alex Aucoin | Drums
Mitch Bassman, Lindsay Williams | Reeds
Meagan Frame, Rick Netherton | Bass
Elisa Rosman | Piano/Conductor
CREATIVE TEAM & PRODUCTION CREW
Stage Manager | Kathryn Dooley
Scenic Designer | Ethan Sinnott
Lighting Designer | Annie Wiegand
Assistant Lighting Designer | Casey Analco
Master Electrician | Alex Keen
Costume Designer | Elizabeth Ennis
Assistant Costume Designer | Lauren Lentini
Sound Designer | Neil McFadden
Choreography |Tyler Herman
Choreography for “I Want to Communicate” | Kriston Pumphrey
Properties Designer | Kevin Laughon
Production Manager | Lena Salins
Director of Artistic Sign Language | Aaron Kubey
Visual Dramaturg | Willy Conley
Assistant Directors | Charlie Ainsworth, Tyler Herman
Assistant Stage Manager | Victoria LeBlanc
Technical Director | Jacob Fisher
Assistant Technical Director | Nate Eubanks
Avant Bard Producer | Tom Prewitt
Gallaudet Producer | Ethan Sinnott
Gallaudet Theatre Department Coordinator | Juanita Cebe
Tom Prewitt | Artistic Director
Visible Language is a joint production of the WSC Avant Bard theatre company and the Gallaudet University Theatre and Dance Program, commemorating the 150th anniversary of Gallaudet University and the 25th anniversary of Avant Bard.
Livestreamed as performed November 16, 2014, in the Eastman Studio Theatre, Elstad Annex, Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002.
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Kevin Costner and Ashton Kutcher star in THE GUARDIAN, the powerful, action-packed drama that takes you inside the never-before-seen world of the elite Coast Guard Rescue Swimmers. Reeling with grief in the wake of a mission gone tragically wrong, legendary Rescue Swimmer Ben Randall (Costner) is given a mission he doesn't want — training raw recruits. Once there, he knocks heads with cocky Jake Fischer (Kutcher), a swimming champ driven by a painful secret, who's more interested in breaking Ben's records than saving lives. But Ben also sees Jake has what it takes to be the best of the best. Filled with spectacular rescues in the lethal waters of the Bering Sea, THE GUARDIAN is a riveting and compelling story that dives straight into the heart and soul of real heroes, the unsung guardians of the sea.