Archive for juli, 2016

Teeworlds

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

Teeworlds – dwuwymiarowa komputerowa gra akcji dostępna na licencji open source, obsługiwana przez większość systemów operacyjnych (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X). Daje ona możliwość gry z maksymalnie 16 innymi graczami w trybach takich jak Team Deathmatch, Deathmatch oraz Capture The Flag, a także możliwość projektowania własnych plansz gry. Oprócz głównych trybów istnieje wiele modyfikacji, takich jak: zCatch, Battle

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, iDM, iCTF, OpenFNG, SoloFNG, Infection, zEsc, zChaos, Race, Bomb, mPanic (a także xPanic), Catch16, Ghost, TeeBall, City – jednak jedną z najpopularniejszych jest tryb DDrace (w wielu różnych odmianach: DDRace, iDDRace, +DDRace, XXLDDRace, PPRace)

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, który przemienia grę konkurencyjną na grę kooperacyjną, w której głównym celem jest dotarcie do linii mety poprzez pokonanie dużej ilości zagadek logicznych i zręcznościowych (zazwyczaj wymagających współpracy wielu graczy).
Zaletą gry jest dostarczanie zarówno trybów oferujących wyzwania czysto zręcznościowe, jak i tych które wymagają wysiłku intelektualnego. Niezwykle ważny jest także bardzo widoczny społecznościowy aspekt gry – tee, czyli postacie graczy

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, pokazują kierunek w jakim celuje gracz poprzez przemieszczanie oczu, a dodatkowo gracze mogą pokazywać nad swoją głową rozmaite emotikony (przy których w większości modyfikacji zmienia się także kształt oczu tee). W połączeniu z możliwością wyboru wyglądu i kolorów swojej postaci – a w DDRace także domyślnego kształtu oczu (np. radosnych, zdziwionych albo smutnych) – powoduje to, że Teeworlds pozwala na znacznie większą ekspresję niż typowe gry wyposażone jedynie w czat.

Newark Evening News

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

The Newark Evening News was an American newspaper published in Newark, New Jersey. As New Jersey’s largest city, Newark played a major role in New Jersey’s journalistic history. At its apex, The News was widely regarded as the newspaper of record in New Jersey. It had bureaus in Montclair, Elizabeth, Metuchen, Morristown, Plainfield, Kearny, and Belmar. There were also bureaus in the New Jersey State House in Trenton and in Washington, DC.

The News was founded in 1873 by Wallace Scudder. The newspaper was operated by the Scudder family for 96 of its 98 years. The grandson of Wallace Scudder, Richard Scudder, worked as the newspaper’s publisher from 1952 until 1972.
For years, the paper thrived as a daily and Sunday paper. It had five editorial writers, an editorial cartoonist, a military writer, and an aviation writer. The paper even had a Sunday magazine. However, a great deal of the paper’s focus was on politics.
In 1970

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, the paper was sold to Media General. In February 1971, the newsroom voted to go out on strike and walked out in May 1971. The strike lasted almost a full year — not settling until April 1972

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. It faced increasing competition from the Newark Star-Ledger

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, and for its final four months, the daily editions of the Newark Evening News were printed on Star-Ledger presses

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The paper folded on August 31, 1972.
Since its demise, the Newark Public Library acquired the paper’s records, including ancillary materials (reporters’ notes, etc.), and has undertaken a major preservation project.

Ann Richards

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

Dorothy Ann Willis Richards (September 1, 1933 – September 13, 2006) was an American politician and the 45th Governor of Texas. A Democrat, she first came to national attention as the state treasurer of Texas, when she delivered the keynote address at the 1988 Democratic National Convention. Richards served as the 45th Governor of Texas from 1991 to 1995 and was defeated for re-election in 1994 by George W. Bush. Richards was the second female governor of Texas, and was frequently noted in the media for her outspoken feminism and her one-liners. As of 2016, she is the most recent Democrat to serve as governor of Texas.

Ann Richards was born Dorothy Ann Willis in Lakeview (now part of Lacy Lakeview), McLennan County, Texas, the only child of Robert Cecil Willis and Mildred Iona Warren. She grew up in Waco, participated in Girls State, and graduated from Waco High School in 1950. She attended Baylor University on a Debate team scholarship, and earned a bachelor’s degree. After marrying high school sweetheart David ”Dave” Richards, she moved to Austin, where she earned a teaching certificate from the University of Texas. David and Ann Richards had four children named Cecile, Daniel, Clark, and Ellen.
Richards taught social studies and history at Fulmore Junior High School in Austin from 1955–1956. She campaigned for Texas liberals and progressives such as Henry B. Gonzalez, Ralph Yarborough, and future U.S. District Judge Sarah T. Hughes.
By the 1970s, Richards was an accomplished political worker, having worked to elect liberal Democrats Sarah Weddington and Wilhelmina Delco to the Texas Legislature, and having presented training sessions throughout the state on campaign techniques for women candidates and managers. She supported ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, presenting the amendment to the delegates of the National Women’s Conference, held in Houston in 1978, but the amendment was never ratified by enough states to become part of the Constitution.
In 1976, Richards ran against and defeated a three-term incumbent on the four-member Travis County, Texas Commissioners’ Court; she took 81.4 percent of the vote against Libertarian opponent Laurel Freeman to win re-election in 1980. During this time, her marriage ended, in part because of the strain of politics on the relationship. Richards’ drinking became more pronounced, and she sought and completed treatment for alcoholism in 1980.
After the incumbent Texas State Treasurer, Warren G. Harding (no relation to the former U.S. president of the same name), became mired in legal troubles in 1982, Richards won the Democratic nomination for that post. Winning election against a Republican opponent in November that year, Richards became the first woman elected to statewide office in more than fifty years. In 1986, she was re-elected treasurer without opposition. Richards was a popular and proactive treasurer who worked to maximize the return of Texas state investments. Richards said that when she took office, the Treasury Department was run something like a 1930s country bank, with deposits that didn’t earn interest.[citation needed] At the 1984 Democratic National Convention, Richards delivered one of the nominating speeches for nominee Walter Mondale, and she campaigned actively for the Mondale/Ferraro ticket in Texas, even though President Ronald Reagan enjoyed great popularity in her state.
Richards’ keynote address to the 1988 Democratic National Convention put her in the national spotlight. The speech was highly critical of the Reagan Administration and then-Vice President George H. W. Bush. Her address was notable for including several humorous remarks displaying her down-home Texas charm such as: ”I’m delighted to be here with you this evening, because after listening to George Bush all these years, I figured you needed to know what a real Texas accent sounds like”, ”Poor George, he can’t help it. He was born with a silver foot in his mouth”, ”…two women in 160 years is about par for the course. But if you give us a chance, we can perform. After all, Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels, and ”When we pay billions for planes that won’t fly, billions for tanks that won’t fire, and billions for systems that won’t work, that old dog won’t hunt. And you don’t have to be from Waco to know that when the Pentagon makes crooks rich and doesn’t make America strong, that it’s a bum deal.” Richards’ convention address has been cited by rhetorical experts as a historically significant speech. The speech set the tone for her political future. In 1989, with co-author Peter Knobler, she wrote her autobiography, Straight from the Heart: My Life in Politics and Other Places.
In 1990, Texas’ Republican governor, Bill Clements, decided not to run for re-election to a third nonconsecutive term. Richards painted herself as a sensible progressive, and won the Democratic gubernatorial nomination against Attorney General (and former U.S. representative) Jim Mattox of Dallas and former Governor Mark White of Houston. Mattox ran a particularly abrasive campaign against Richards, accusing her of having had drug problems beyond alcoholism. The Republicans nominated colorful multi-millionaire rancher Clayton W

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. Williams, Jr., of Fort Stockton and Midland. Republican political activist Susan Weddington of San Antonio, a Williams supporter, placed a black wreath that read ”Death to the Family” at the door of Richards’s campaign headquarters in Austin. After a series of legendary gaffes by Williams (most notably a joke about the crime of rape), Richards narrowly won on November 6, 1990 by a margin of 49-47 percent. Libertarian Party candidate Jeff Daiell drew 3.3 percent in an effort that included television spots and considerable personal campaigning. Richards was inaugurated governor the following January.[citation needed]
Although officially she was the second woman to hold Texas’s top office, Richards is considered the first woman elected governor of Texas in her own right, since twice-elected Miriam ”Ma” Ferguson is often discounted as having been a proxy for impeached governor James E. ”Pa” Ferguson, her husband.
The economy of Texas had been in a slump since the mid-1980s, compounded by a downturn in the U.S. economy. Richards responded with a program of economic revitalization, yielding growth in 1991 of 2 percent when the U.S. economy as a whole shrank.[citation needed] Richards also attempted to streamline Texas’s government and regulatory institutions for business and the public; her efforts in the former tried but failed to help revitalize Texas’s corporate infrastructure for its explosive economic growth later in the decade, and her audits on the state bureaucracy saved $600 million.[citation needed]
As governor, Richards reformed the Texas prison system, establishing a substance abuse program for inmates, reducing the number of violent offenders released, and increasing prison space to deal with a growing prison population (from less than 60,000 in 1992 to more than 80,000 in 1994). She backed proposals to reduce the sale of semi-automatic firearms and ”cop-killer” bullets in the state.
She signed into law the amendment of the Texas Financial Responsibility Law where renewal of a motor vehicle’s registration (also covers initial registration of a motor vehicle), safety inspection sticker, driver’s license, and/or obtaining new license plates require that a motorist must have a valid auto insurance policy. The law, which passed on September 1, 1991, broadens the 1982 law where a police officer will request a driver’s license and proof of insurance during a traffic stop.[citation needed]
She appointed then State Representative Lena Guerrero of Austin to a vacancy on the Texas Railroad Commission. The Hispanic Guerrero (1957–2008) was the first non-Anglo to serve on the commission in history. However, problems over falsification of her resume led to her resignation from the commission and defeat by the Republican Barry Williamson in the 1992 general election.
The Texas Lottery was also instituted during her governorship—advocated as a means of supplementing school finances; Richards purchased the first lottery ticket on May 29, 1992, in Oak Hill, near Austin.
School finance remained one of the key issues of Richards’ governorship and of those succeeding hers; the famous Robin Hood plan was launched in the 1992–1993 biennium and attempted to make school funding more equitable across school districts. Richards also sought to decentralize control over education policy to districts and individual campuses; she instituted ”site-based management” to this end.
In 1993, Richards signed into law the re-codified Texas Penal Code which included anti-homosexual Section 21.06, the state’s ”Homosexual Conduct” law which states: ”(a) A person commits an offense if he engages in deviate sexual intercourse with another individual of the same sex. (b) An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor.”. In 1990, Richards had campaigned in Houston to repeal the law. But, as governor, her signature criminalized same-sex sexual relations in Texas.
Despite outspending the Bush campaign by 23%, she was defeated in 1994 by George W. Bush, with 45.88% of the vote to Bush’s 53.48% while Libertarian Keary Ehlers received 0.64%. The Richards campaign had hoped for a misstep from the relatively inexperienced Republican candidate, but none appeared, while Richards created many of her own, including calling Bush ”some jerk”, ”shrub” and ”that young Bush boy”
Karl Rove, the Bush campaign strategist, listed three specific reasons that may have contributed to Richards’s defeat:
Richards was defeated in the 1994 Republican landslide that also unseated New York Governor Mario Cuomo and brought a Republican majority to the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. Richards and Cuomo appeared in a series of humorous television commercials for the snack food Doritos shortly afterward, in which they discussed the ”sweeping changes” occurring. The changes they are discussing turn out to be the new Doritos packaging.
Beginning in 2001, Richards was a senior advisor to the communications firm Public Strategies, Inc. in Austin and New York. From 1995 to 2001, Richards was also a senior advisor with Verner, Liipfert, Bernhard, McPherson and Hand, a Washington, D.C.-based international law firm.[citation needed] Richards sat on the boards of the Aspen Institute, J.C. Penney, and T.I.G. Holdings.
One of her daughters, Cecile Richards, became president of Planned Parenthood in 2006. Ann Richards demonstrated interest in social causes such as equality, abortion, and women’s rights.
She was a tireless campaigner for Democratic candidates throughout the United States. In the 2004 presidential election, Richards endorsed Howard Dean for the Democratic nomination, and campaigned on his behalf. Richards later stumped for Democratic nominee John Kerry, highlighting the issues of health care and women’s rights. Some political pundits mentioned her as a potential running mate to Kerry; however, she did not make his list of top finalists, and he selected North Carolina Senator John Edwards. Richards said that she was ”not interested” in a political comeback.
Richards had taught social studies and history at Fulmore Junior High School in Austin (1954–1957). She continued teaching in later years.
Richards served at Brandeis University as the Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Visiting Professor of Politics from 1997 to 1998

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. In 1998 she was elected as a trustee of Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, she was reelected in 2004, and continued to hold the position until her death.
She was diagnosed with osteoporosis in 1996, having lost 3⁄4 inch in height and broken her hand and ankle. She changed her diet and lifestyle, and then her bone density stabilized. She spoke frequently about this experience, teaching or advocating a healthier lifestyle for women at risk of the disease. In 2004, she authored I’m Not Slowing Down, with Dr. Richard U. Levine (M.D.), which describes her own battle with osteoporosis and offers guidance to others with the disease.
In a review of I’m Not Slowing Down by Steve Labinski, the book was described as inspiring women to fight the disease with various tactics, such as:
Reviewer Labinski also noted that in the mission to help women overcome osteoporosis, Ann Richards had created a useful, and often humorous, book that would inspire many.
In the fall of 2005, Ann Richards taught a class called ”Women and Leadership” at the University of Texas at Austin: twenty-one female students were selected for that class.
One of her first legislative requests was to move the Texas Music Office (created in 1990 during the administration of Governor Bill Clements) and the Texas Film Commission (created in 1971 during Governor Preston Smith’s term) from the Texas Department of Commerce to the Office of the Governor.
Her longtime personal interest in Texas film and music greatly raised the public profile of both industries and brought the two programs into the Governor’s Office institutionalized these industries as key high-profile parts of Texas’ future economic growth plans. Other of her music milestones include publishing the first ”Texas Music Industry Directory”(1991) and her ”Welcome to Texas” speech to the opening day registrants of the 1993 South By Southwest Music and Media Conference. She was involved with the Texas Film Hall of Fame from the beginning. At the first ceremony, she inducted Liz Smith. She was emcee every subsequent year but had to cancel at the last minute in 2006 because of her diagnosis with cancer.
Richards said, ”I’ve been a friend to Texas film since the number of people who cared about Texas film could have fit in a phone booth.” She was an advocate for the Texas film industry and traveled to Los Angeles to market her state.
Gary Bond, the director of the Austin Film Commission, noted, ”She was far from being the first governor to appoint a film commissioner; I think she was the first that really brought the focus of Hollywood to Texas.”
She was also a mentor to other women. She advised Rebecca Campbell, executive director of the Austin Film Society, ”Whenever you speak in public you’ve got to tell them what you need from them.”
She put the spotlight on film as a genuine industry, brought more focus to Texas, and had a tremendous network of people in the entertainment industry. She gave more focus to film as a business than had been done before.
Evan Smith, editor of Texas Monthly magazine and president of the Austin Film Society board of directors, commented about Ann Richards and the film industry:
”I came to know Ann first as a moviegoer. I’d walk into various movie theaters and see the white hair up above the stadium seating. That’s how you’d know she was there. People do all kinds of things to get noticed in politics, but Ann wasn’t there for anyone but Ann. She was someone who loved the movies, loved the tactile experience of being in the movie theater, loved talking about movies, loved meeting filmmakers – I think she was more excited to meet filmmakers than foreign dignitaries. At the Texas Film Hall of Fame, she was as much a celebrity at that event as anyone honored. People paid money to see her as much as anyone else there. She would often ride down to Austin on the New York plane with the celebrities being honored. One year it was with Ethan Hawke. All she wanted to talk about, at the pre-party, was that “Ethan Hawke is so cute.” She loved him. This was not something that could be faked. She was starstruck. She loved these guys … (Watching a clip from Terrence Malick’s “Days of Heaven” at a Hall of Fame ceremony), she is mesmerized by this image. I mean, her eyes are glued to that screen. Again this is not something that you can fake. And she looked at me and she said “I love the movies” with this childlike voice, this passion. Standing next to me at that moment was not the former governor, a political swordsman… she was like all the rest of us, just someone who loved the movies. It’s a terrible loss for Texas in so many ways, but for the cultural community to have an advocate in that position, you don’t have that but once a generation, if you’re lucky.” –
Richards also lent her trademark voice and command of language to the screen. She narrated the popular and humorous documentary film ”Barbecue: A Texas Love Story” for young Austin director Chris Elley, going as far as holding a big BBQ rib in front of her face for publicity photos. During the voice session, she even helped revise the script. In the audio booth, she pointed out a phrase in the original script that was too vague in her opinion by joking ”What does that mean?! It doesn’t mean anything. It sounds like something George Bush would say.” Richards also voiced parts in the Disney film Home on the Range, and the Fox TV series King of the Hill. Richards also appeared in the 1996 documentary The West.
It is believed her last appearance in film was in a short public announcement used at the Alamo Drafthouse asking patrons not to be disruptive during the film. The Alamo Drafthouse still uses it today, with an addition at the end in honor of Ann Richards.
Richards was active in the Austin City Limits Festivals, and the SXSW festival: the interactive, music, and film festival, held each year in Austin.
During her career, Ann Richards received many awards and honors including: Baylor Distinguished Alumna, the Texas NAACP Presidential Award for Outstanding Contributions to Civil Rights, the National Wildlife Federation Conservation Achievement Award, the Orden del Aguila Azteca (Order of the Aztec Eagle) presented by the government of Mexico, the Maurice N. Eisendrath Bearer of Light Award from the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame honoree for Public Service.
While the events of 9/11 motivated many New Yorkers to leave the city, Liz Smith wrote that it drove the former governor to that city in which she would spend the last five years of her life.
In March 2006, Richards disclosed that she had been diagnosed with esophageal cancer. She received treatment at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Of the two types of esophageal cancer, instances of this disease that occur in the upper esophagus are linked to alcohol and smoking. A news article that highlighted the rapid progress towards death from this form of cancer noted, ”Richards admitted to heavy drinking and smoking in her younger years, saying she ”smoked like a chimney and drank like a fish.””
She died from the cancer on the night of September 13, 2006, at her home in Austin, surrounded by her family. Richards is interred at Texas State Cemetery in Austin. She was survived by her four children, their spouses, and eight grandchildren. Three memorial services were held.
On November 16, 2006, the City of Austin changed the official name of Congress Avenue Bridge (which opened in 1910) to ”Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge”.
Her 1988 DNC keynote address was listed as #38 in American Rhetoric’s Top 100 Speeches of the 20th Century (listed by rank).
The Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders in Austin, Texas, which Ann Richards helped to create, is named for her. The Ann Richards School, a college preparatory school for girls in grades 6-12, opened in the fall of 2007 in Austin, and continues to celebrate the life and legacy of Governor Richards.
Richards was interviewed in the 1996 Ken Burns’ documentary series The West about the history of Texas and the United States of America in the 1800s.
In 2001, Richards guest starred as herself in a fifth season episode of the Texas-based animated TV series King of the Hill. In the episode entitled ”Hank and the Great Glass Elevator”, she gets mooned by Hank Hill and then enters into a brief relationship with Bill Dauterive. She is also seen in the closing credits of King of the Hill Season 1 Episode 4, playing tether ball with Willie Nelson’s roadie.
Richards was a topic in the film Bush’s Brain (by Joseph Mealey and Michael Shoob), in a long segment regarding her defeat in the 1994 election for Texas governor. The film presents the case that the defeat of Richards involved a whisper campaign that the governor (mother of four children) was a lesbian because she had allegedly hired many gays and lesbians to work on her re-election campaign.
In the 2008 Oliver Stone film W., Richards is mentioned during George Bush’s campaign as ”Ms. Big Mouth, Big Hair”.
Richards was one of the characters portrayed by Anna Deavere Smith in her play, Let Me Down Easy, which explores the meaning of the word ”grace.” The show opened in 2008

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, played in cities around the country, and was featured as part of PBS’s Great Performances series on January 13, 2012.
In 2010, actress Holland Taylor debuted in a one-woman show called ”Ann: An Affectionate Portrait of Ann Richards” at the Charline McCombs Empire Theater in San Antonio, Texas. The show was subsequently staged at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC and the Vivian Beaumont Theater in New York City’s Lincoln Center in 2013. Taylor said of her subject, ”She was brave, strong, and funny—Bill Clinton has said the wittiest person he’d ever met!…She ran as a liberal in conservative Texas, so I had to write a play about her four incredible years in Austin…. She was ahead of Obama by about 10 years as in ‘inclusive’ leader.”
In 2012 a documentary about her political life Ann Richards’ Texas was released. On April 28, 2014, HBO released a documentary, All About Ann: Governor Richards of the Lone Star State.

Interstate 190 (Illinois)

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

Interstate 190 (abbreviated I-190) is an intrastate Interstate Highway in the U.S

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. state of Illinois. I-190 runs west from I-90 to O’Hare International Airport. This is a distance of 3

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.07 miles (4.94 km). Interstate 190 is the westernmost leg of the Kennedy Expressway. This leg is often referred to as the O’Hare Expressway.[citation needed]

Interstate 190 has two lanes in either direction between Interstate 90 and Interstate 294, and three lanes west of I-294. The freeway portion of I-190 consists largely of cloverleaf interchanges.
Each road crossing I-190 is accessible via exit ramps. Not all interchanges are accessible in the same way from both directions, however. For example, the exit to southbound U.S. 12/45 traveling eastbound on I-190 requires exiting at Bessie Coleman Drive. Westbound, direct access is provided.
There is no specific sign indicating Interstate 190’s western terminus at O’Hare. Interstate-standard freeway ends roughly at the ramps to the upper (Departure) and lower (Arrival) loops. The freeway then resumes shortly after both loops merge to cross an emergency fire lane.
The eastern terminus, I-90, is considered to be the origin point of the highway. Both exit numbers and mileage markers on roadside light fixtures ascend traveling westbound.
The highway that is now I-190 was signed as part of Illinois Route 194 from 1960 to 1970.[disputed – discuss] In 1971, it was changed to Illinois Route 594. and was changed to I-190 around 1978 after the rest of Illinois 194 was changed to Interstate 90 in the mid to late 1970s.
O’Hare Airport originally opened in 1942, and was expanded to its current size in 1962.
In late 2005, the intersection with Mannheim Road was reconstructed to remove unsafe conditions and bring the route closer to Interstate standards. In the late 1990s, the Illinois Department of Transportation restriped I-190 at Interstate 294. This action increased the number of lanes west of I-294 from two to three. In the process, the speed limit was reduced from 45 to 35, and yield signs were erected at the ends of the ramp from northbound Mannheim Road to westbound I-190, the busiest ramp at that intersection

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. This created a hazardous condition, often leading to high-speed crashes should drivers waiting on the ramp become impatient or underestimate the speed of westbound traffic. Often, an IDOT Minuteman (rapid response vehicle) would be stationed on the ramp waiting to tow away vehicles that would be involved in a crash during rush hour.
The improvements are designed to widen bridges and create significantly more merging space so that collision hazards are mitigated. In addition, the Mannheim Road bridge over Interstate 190 had outlived its useful life.
Although exit numbers on I-190 increase from east to west, this table presents interchanges from west to east to follow IDOT milepost measurements starting at O’Hare International Airport.
The entire route is in Cook County.
Route map: Bing / Google

Laurabuc

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Aude
Géolocalisation sur la carte : Aude
Géolocalisation sur la carte : France
Géolocalisation sur la carte : France
Laurabuc est une commune française, située dans le département de l’Aude en région Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées.
Ses habitants sont appelés les Laurabuciens.

Commune de l’aire urbaine de Castelnaudary située dans le Lauragais Le territoire de la commune est presque entièrement situé dans la plaine de Castelnaudary qui forme un large couloir fertile du seuil de Naurouze à Carcassonne. Sur les 804 hectares de la commune, près de 700 sont des terres cultivables qui produisent essentiellement des céréales. Le village est blotti dans un vallon entre deux collines (la colline du moulin et celle du calvaire) sur la première ligne de relief de la Piège, à l’extrémité occidentale du territoire communal.
La plaine de Laurabuc est habitée dès la Préhistoire (âge du bronze et âge du fer). Les traces d’une ferme gallo-romaine ont été identifiées à Sarrazy. Au cours du Moyen Âge, le village de Laurabuc se développe autour du château (dont le donjon correspond à l’emplacement de l’église actuelle), il a une forme semi-circulaire. La seigneurie de Laurabuc est placée sous la dépendance de celle de Laurac, capitale du Lauragais

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. Au centre du pays Cathare, Laurabuc va connaître l’invasion des seigneurs du nord de la France lors de la croisade contre les Albigeois à partir de 1209. Ainsi Simon de Montfort s’empare-t-il de Laurac en 1211, et exproprie-t-il le seigneur Aymeri. Après la croisade, le Lauragais tombe sous l’autorité du roi de France.
Les actes notariés des XIIe, XIIIe et XIVe siècles, montrent que de riches terres agricoles de la paroisse (appelée Saint-Pierre-de-Laurabuc dans la plaine, ce nom correspond encore à un lieu-dit au centre du territoire de la commune) sont acquises par les seigneurs de Laurac, par le monastère dominicain de Prouille, et surtout par la commanderie des chevaliers de l’ordre des Hospitaliers de Saint-Jean de Jérusalem) qui était implantée à Pexiora. À partir du XIVe siècle, la paroisse de Laurabuc est placée sous l’autorité de l’évêque de Saint-Papoul (évêché crée en 1308) Au XVIe siècle, les guerres de religion vont toucher Laurabuc qui est prise par les protestants en juin 1573. En 1575, l’armée catholique reprend le village. Au XIXe siècle, à la suite d’une épidémie de choléra qui atteint la France en 1832, et la région de Castelnaudary dans l’été 1835, puis réapparait plusieurs fois, le chanoine Bize, curé de Laurabuc, fait promettre à ses paroissiens de construire un calvaire si le village est épargné (l’épidémie avait atteint Pexiora, la commune voisine)

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György Szabados

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

György Szabados (13 July 1939 – 10 June 2011) was a Hungarian jazz pianist, and is sometimes referred to as the ”father” or ”unofficial king” of the Hungarian free jazz movement since the 1960s.

Szabados was born in Budapest. Even though he started performing in 1962, his rise to fame is generally considered to have started with his quintet winning the renowned San Sebastian Jazz Festival Grand Prize in the free jazz category in 1972. His first album that was recorded with a quartet in 1975 was entitled Wedding. Despite the abstraction of the music, the record was well received in Hungary and abroad, thereby setting the scene for his subsequent albums. International recognition is probably noted by including the album in The Essential Jazz Records compiled by Max Harrison, Eric Thacker and Stuart Nicholson (Volume 2: Modernism to Postmodernism). Even though he could not record again until 1983, he maintained his status by establishing the Kassák Workshop for Contemporary Music, in which a new generation of musicians acquired a free and intuitive manner of playing jazz, with a distinct Hungarian sound. Generally, his collaborators would make up the next generation of Hungarian jazz, including acclaimed saxophone player Mihály Dresch. Further international recognition followed in the 1980s, through his collaboration with Anthony Braxton on their duo record Szabraxtondos. In Hungary, he proceeded to form MAKUZ, or the Royal Hungarian Court Orchestra, which membership varied, but always consisted of at least nine musicians that were committed to free, improvised music. Subsequently, he still collaborated with Roscoe Mitchell on their 1998 record Jelenés (Revelation) and again with Braxton and Vladimir Tarasov this time for the live recording Triotone. He was awarded the Kossuth Prize, the most prestigious cultural award in Hungary, in 2011 by the President of Hungary

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. He died in Nagymaros on 10 June 2011.
Szabados’ work and thinking is distinctly placed in Hungarian culture. Most importantly, a good deal of his music is influenced by Hungarian folk music, mainly from Transylvania. Apart from direct folk associations, this influenced on Szabados’ work was to a great extent mediated through the work of Hungarian composer Béla Bartók (1881–1945), who pioneered the reintegration of folk tradition in classical by his numerous field recordings

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‘Apart from the occasional moments, it is difficult to find traces of Bartók’s music in our music. Hungarian music has such characteristic features that, when they appear, they are immediately linked to Bartók, whereas the real kinship is not with Bartók but, on a much deeper level, with Hungarian music, a world view, and a special taste’
Apart from folk influences in his work, Szabados always gave clear references to other key instances of Hungarian culture. His 1983 record Adyton, for instance, is partially a reference to Hungarian poet Endre Ady, whereas his 1989 album A szarvassá vált fiak (Sons that became deer) was inspired by the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Choosing the word Adyton as a title for his record also shows the Szabados’ philosophical thinking about his music. A documentary film about his work was issued by Duna TV

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Joel Mandelstam FRS (13 November 1919 – 20 December 2008) was a British microbiologist, a Professor, at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford

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, differentiation, and the turnover of macromolecules — which had more usually been investigated in higher organisms.
Born in Johannesburg, and educated at the Jeppe High School for Boys, his parents were Lithuanian Jews. He attended the University of the Witwatersrand, where he read for an honours BSc degree. After graduating in 1942

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He came to London in 1947 to work for a PhD under John Yudkin at King’s College of Household and Social Science in London (which became Queen Elizabeth College in 1953). From 1966 until his retirement in 1987 he was Iveagh Professor of Chemical Microbiology at the University of Oxford, where he built up a highly successful research group studying spore formation in bacteria.

WSHS (FM)

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

WSHS (91.7) is a student-run high school radio and public radio station operating on a non-commercial license in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Owned by the Sheboygan Area School District, the station’s studio is located on the second floor of Sheboygan North High School on the city’s north side, and the transmitter is located atop the North High building. An auxiliary studio is also located at Sheboygan South High School, though most programming originates out of North High. The station’s signal covers most of Sheboygan and portions of Kohler and the towns of Mosel, Sheboygan and Wilson, and is also simulcast as the audio on the district’s South-produced cable channel SASD TV during non-programming hours, which is carried on Charter Communications digital cable systems in Sheboygan, Fond du Lac and Washington Counties.

WSHS-FM was the call letters of the Sewanhaka High School, Floral Park, NY station for a period that began broadcasting before 1950 and continued to at least 1960(and possibly further). It served the metropolitan New York City and surrounding counties with NAEB (National Association of Educational Broadcasters) produced and tape recorded educational programs directed to mostly elementary schools in the surrounding area. The staff were Senior High School students. A couple of English Department teachers supervised the on-air staff of announcing and programming personnel most of whom were trained in special classes designed for that purpose. The technical staff were students from the V0-Tech department’s electronics classes supervised by a professional broadcast engineer. It was an early FM station. Few people had FM receivers at that time. The FM frequencies fell in the wavelengths between TV channels 6 and 7. In those days some TV sets could be fine tuned between those channels enabling listeners to receive the relatively new FM signal band. Broadcast hours were limited to a few hours morning afternoon during school hours. From 5 to 7 PM the high school students provided original live programming which included public service programs serving the community and music…dj style. The station also broadcast football games direct from the school stadium. Several of the students went on to professional careers in broadcasting after graduation from high school and/or college.
The station came on the air in 1968, and was the first high school radio station in the state of Wisconsin. Under the direction of North High French/Radio teacher, the late Jerrold Molepske, some local and state personalities had their starts on the air of WSHS, like current Milwaukee radio host WTMJ Radio (620)’s Gene Mueller and Dick Alpert, the current traffic reporter and director for iHeartMedia’s Madison and Milwaukee radio clusters, and for television partners WMTV (Channel 15) and WITI (Channel 6) in each respective city. Locally

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, WHBL/WHBZ (1330/106.5))’s Josh Dekker had his start during ”South Nights” in the mid-1990s.
During the school year, the station runs a music format from 8am-6pm CST, which is run by broadcasting students at North with a variety of genres played, including Top 40, soft rock, alternative music, and some hard rock. As the station is also an educational tool for the students, WSHS also runs news briefs, weather forecasts and fact segments (such as trivia questions, ”Today in History”, and ”Birthdays”) at various times throughout the day, along with taking requests via the phone and an in-studio fax machine (NPR News is also broadcast at the top of every hour in student-operated hours). All of the station’s DJs are required to take two semesters of broadcasting classes, go through an application process, and be selected by the station manager before they can have an on-air shift on the station. Formerly the station broadcast both North and South high school athletics play-by-play with student commentary, though this role has been ceded in recent years to the SASD TV cable channel, along with WHBL’s occasional broadcasts of athletic events.
After school hours, the station serves as the Sheboygan affiliate of the Ideas Network of Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR), which has a talk format, and acts mainly as a repeater of the schedule for WPR’s Green Bay station, WHID (88.1). This was begun in the fall of 2000 to provide full-time programming for the station, as local translators for religious broadcasters began to fill the lower band of Sheboygan’s radio dial, making reception of the Ideas Network’s Milwaukee area affiliate, WHAD (90.7) (based in Delafield) near impossible except for car radio reception

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. A few years later, the launch of Family Radio station WMWK, also on 88.1, from Milwaukee, likewise removed near all reception of WHID in the area, though WSHS uses a mix of a satellite feed and tower reception of WHID depending on conditions to translate the station

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. The full-time schedule also made any attempt for a religious organization to challenge a license renewal and claim the frequency from the Sheboygan Area School District due to lack of service unlikely, a strategy attempted with WEPS in Elgin, Illinois, which has also since used WPR Ideas Network programming to fill non-school hours.
With WYVM, a new station which repeats the programming of Suring’s WRVM coming to the air north of Sheboygan on 90.9 on December 3, 2012, WHAD has lost nearly all its Sheboygan reception, leaving WSHS and the network’s web stream the only way to listen to Ideas Network programming in the area.
The Ideas Network also runs almost all day on weekends and throughout the summer break, along with any school holidays. Since the fall of 2009 WPR hours have been extended during the school year due to budget constraints

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During the latter part of the week, ethnic broadcasters air their programming on the station. A Hmong language talk/music program locally originated from the local Hmong Mutual Assistance Association since 1983 and hosted by Vue Yang airs on Thursdays after 4:30 pm

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Ruß-Segge

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

Ruß-Segge von Torneträsk, Schweden.
Die Ruß-Segge (Carex fuliginosa) ist eine Pflanzenart aus der Gattung der Seggen (Carex) innerhalb der Familie der Sauergrasgewächse (Cyperaceae). Sie ist in Europa verbreitet

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Die Ruß-Segge ist eine ausdauernde krautige Pflanze und erreicht Wuchshöhen von 10 bis 30 Zentimetern. Sie wächst dicht horstartig. Die stumpf dreikantigen und maximal leicht rauen Stängel sind zwei- bis dreimal so lang wie die Laubblätter. Die Laubblätter sind 2 bis 4 Millimeter breit

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Die Ruß-Segge ist eine Verschiedenährige Segge. Es gibt zwei bis sechs Ährchen, die gestielt und sind länglich-eiförmig. Alle oder nur die unteren Ährchen stehen entfernt voneinander. Das endständige Ährchen trägt an der Spitze weibliche, am Grund männliche Blüten. Die seitenständigen Ährchen sind weiblich, haben einen bis 5 Zentimeter langen, haarfeinen Stiel und sind überhängend. Die Ährchen sind bis 25 Millimeter lang und 6 bis 8 Millimeter breit. In Form und Farbe ähneln alle Ährchen einander. Die stumpflichen Tragblätter sind schwarzviolett und haben einen weißen Hautrand. Der Griffel endet in drei Narben.
Die braune oder schwarze und kahle Frucht ist mit einer Länge von 4 bis 6 Millimeter länger und schmäler als ihr Tragblatt, schlank und besitzt einen zweizähnigen, am Rand gesägten Schnabel.
Die Chromosomenzahl beträgt 2n = 40.
Die Ruß-Segge ist nur in Europa verbreitet. Sie ist ein submeridional-alpines bis temperat-alpines

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Sie wächst auf steinigen, kalkarmen, durchrieselten alpinen Rasen oder durchsickerten Wuchsorten. Sie gedeiht auf steinig-grusigen, nur mäßig basenreichen, stets kalkarmen oder kalkfreien Böden. Die Ruß-Segge wächst in Mitteleuropa an Rinnsalen, Bachufern und auf feuchten Matten der Alpen. Sie kommt in der subalpinen und alpinen Höhenstufe in Höhenlagen zwischen 1700 und 2600 Metern vor.

Joan Benham

söndag, juli 31st, 2016

Joan Benham (* 17. Mai 1918 in London; † 13. Juni 1981 in Westminster, London) war eine britische Schauspielerin.
Benhams Karriere begann zunächst Ende der 1930er Jahre im Londoner West End als Theaterschauspielerin. Auch wenn sich ihre schauspielerische Tätigkeit später hauptsächlich auf das britische Fernsehen konzentrierte, übernahm sie in regelmäßigen Abständen ihrer Karriere immer wieder Theaterrollen. Am Broadway spielte sie 1954 die Helena in der Wiederaufnahme von William Shakespeares Ein Sommernachtstraum als Partnerin von Patrick Macnee in der Rolle des Demetrius.
Bekanntheit erlangte Joan Benham besonders durch ihre Darstellung der Lady Prudence Fairfaix

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Benham übernahm auch Rollen in Kinofilmen. In Erinnerung bleibt sie hier vor allem durch zwei Rollen: als Hausmutter Alice Fanbraid in der Miss-Marple-Verfilmung Mörder ahoi! nach Agatha Christie und als Sekretärin Miss Potter in Hotel International (The V.I.P.s). In beiden Filmen spielte sie an der Seite von Margaret Rutherford.
Außerdem spielte sie von 1972 bis 1973 in der englischen TV-Serie Doctor in Charge und 1974 in der Serie Pater Brown

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