Fleming’s Steakhouse Says It Will Open Pasadena Restaurant in October

first_img More Cool Stuff First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday 13 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Make a comment HerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Hollywood Divas Who Fell In Love With WomenHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThis Trend Looks Kind Of Cool!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyShort On Time? 10-Minute Workouts Are Just What You NeedHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyInstall These Measures To Keep Your Household Safe From Covid19HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Most Startling Movie Moments We Didn’t Realize Were InsensitiveHerbeautyHerbeauty Top of the News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, a fine dining restaurant chain founded in 1998 in Newport Beach, said this week it anticipates opening its doors in Pasadena in early October.Locals have watched as the new building has gone up just north of the AT&T building at 179 E Colorado Blvd., on the northwest corner of North Marengo Avenue.The chain, which has over 66 locations in the United States, last opened a restaurant in Las Vegas in January 2014.The restaurant features fine steak cuts aged for a minimum of 21 days, seafood favorites such as ahi tuna and lobster tempura, a variety of indulgent desserts, and a special award-winning wine program that offers over 100 wins available by either glass or bottle, according to the press releaseThe restaurant will also have premium design elements, such as a wine room and champagne-inspired pendant lights.The new location will be lead by operating partner Connie Alvarez and chef partner Derek Reshaw, who both have extensive backgrounds in the industry with more than 12 combined years of experience at Fleming’s.For more see https://www.flemingssteakhouse.com/ Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy center_img Community News Business News Community News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Subscribe Business: Retail News Fleming’s Steakhouse Says It Will Open Pasadena Restaurant in October From STAFF REPORTS Published on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 | 4:27 pm faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Donald CommunityPCC- COMMUNITYVirtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimeslast_img read more

Former Waterford Crystal workers to receive € 300 million as they win case against…

first_img Previous articleTaoiseach says Government will proceed with abortion legislationNext articleFormer Junior Minister Ivor Callely sent forward for trial to the Circuit Court News Highland Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter News Twitter Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Facebook By News Highland – April 25, 2013 Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Google+center_img The Government is going to have to find up to 300 million euro for former workers of Waterford Crystal after they won their case against the State.The European Court of Justice found that under EU law the State had an obligation to protect the pension entitlements of workers in the event of a company becoming insolvent.The ten workers lost large parts of their pensions when the company went bankrupt four years ago.Earlier, the Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore told the Dail the Government is awaiting a further High Court hearing before deciding how to proceed.The trade Union Unite is calling on the government to implement fully the EU Insolvency Directive on pensions.Jimmy Kelly is Regional Secretary with Unite:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/15jimm1.mp3[/podcast] Facebook Google+ Former Waterford Crystal workers to receive € 300 million as they win case against the State 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApplast_img read more

Delhi High Court Issues SOP For Physical Hearings From September 1

first_imgNews UpdatesDelhi High Court Issues SOP For Physical Hearings From September 1 LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK27 Aug 2020 2:38 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court has issued a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for resumption of physical hearings with effect from September 1, 2020. Roster of sitting of Judges for taking physical courts for the period of September 1 till Septe,ber 14 has also been released and is attached at the end of this report. It has been intimated that Five Benches of the High Court shall start…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Delhi High Court has issued a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for resumption of physical hearings with effect from September 1, 2020. Roster of sitting of Judges for taking physical courts for the period of September 1 till Septe,ber 14 has also been released and is attached at the end of this report. It has been intimated that Five Benches of the High Court shall start holding physical hearings on rotational basis. Further, the Court will observe suspended functioning till September 30 and all pending matters listed between September 1 and September 30 shall stand adjourned to specified dates between November 3 and December 7, 2020. The High Court has further intimated that remaining Benches shall continue to take up matters through video conferencing. Therefore, at the time of e-filing, the concerned Advocate shall clearly mention in the prescribed slot whether such Advocate desires the matter to be heard through videoconferencing or through physical mode. The SoP for physical hearings stipulates as follows: Matters to be Heard The Courts, whether conducting proceedings through physical mode or through videoconferencing, shall take up following matters as per the roster: Urgent mattersNon-urgent matters filed during the lock-down.Regular matters where the consent for final hearing has been received from both the sides. Who can Enter Entry into the court block, for the purposes of attending physical hearings and VC hearings shall stand restricted to: Only one Advocate per party whose vakalatnama is on record or who has been duly authorized by such Advocate to appear and whose case is listed for hearing that day.Senior Counsel engaged by any such Advocate.Registered Clerk Standing/Nominated counsel Party-in-person Juniors, Interns, law students or Non-registered clerks shall not be allowed to enter the court blocks. Staggered Entry Entry time to any court block shall be regulated as per the time slots mentioned in the cause list for different batches of cases.There would be a break between hearing of each batch of cases in order to facilitate the sanitization of the courtrooms and other areas.Entry in the court-room shall be permitted to those Advocates/ party-in-person whose matter is called out for hearing and also for the Advocates whose item is the immediate next, subject to availability of space.Ordinarily, no request for pass over shall be entertained to ensure adherence to time slots, effectively regulating the entry and orderly conduct of cases. System of Mentioning The existing system of mentioning of urgent matters through the designated link shall be continued till further orders.All the urgent matters be filed through online e-filing module only. Reasons for urgency be very clearly specified. To read other regulations relating to sanitization, etc. read the Public Notice attached below. Click Here To Download SoP Click Here To Download Roster Click Here To Download Notice [For Suspended Functioning] Next Storylast_img read more

Harden to be recognized for church service

first_img Email the author Latest Stories Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day By Jaine Treadwell Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Book Nook to reopen “I just didn’t care about those things,” he said. “The church had strict rules of conduct and any form of misconduct, including non-attendance, could be brought before the church.”Over the years, there was a somewhat loosening of the rules of conduct at Ramah.When Gilbert Walker became pastor of the church, he was not nearly as strict and more young people began going to church there. “The Baptist church up the road at Enon had a preacher but he was a weekend preacher,” Harden said. “Soon Pastor Walker assumed the role of pastor for the entire Josie community. He drove the school bus; he married couples; he buried the dead. Pastor Walker was the pastor for all of us.”Harden has fond memories of his childhood church — of the church house with no lights and the frame building with a long hall. He remembers the wood burning heaters that provided heat on cold winter Sundays and “church fans” that were elbow powered to move the air on hot, during hot, summer services. He remembers going to singing school to learn to sing by the shapes of the notes in the songbook.“My brother, J.C., was 24 years old when I was born, and he loved shape note singing,” Harden said. “He encouraged me and I enjoyed shape note singing. But what I really enjoyed, and still do, is four-part harmony. For many years, musical instruments were not allowed in Primitive Baptist churches. We sang harmony and I love that.”Harden said Ramah Primitive Baptist Church now has a piano and he enjoys singing with it but “there’s nothing as pretty as four-part harmony.”Perhaps, the congregation will be invited to join Harden in singing in four-part harmony when he is honored for his long and dedicated service to Ramah Primitive Baptist Church at the 11 a.m. service on Sunday.There is not a position in the church that Harden has not filled. He has served as the church secretary and treasurer. He has been the song leader. He has been a deacon and the church pastor. In each capacity, he served joyfully.When Harden made that long walk to the altar 76 years ago, he did so with no thoughts of ever being pastor of his church. But when God called him, he “got up and went.”Pastor John Harden is still answering God’s call. He is honoring that commitment he made 76 years ago. For Harden that long walk to the altar was the beginning of a journey of a lifetime of service to his church and to his God By The Penny Hoarder “I just had a different feeling at that service,” Harden said. “I had no idea that I was going to make a commitment until I was walking down the aisle and scared slam to death.”Back then, children as young as Harden didn’t often make that kind of public commitment of faith so it was unusual for an 11-year-old to be baptized into the membership of Ramah Primitive Baptist Church. Young people were usually in their late teens before they offered prayers in church, Harden said.“I was baptized that same day in a nearby pond and I knew that whatever I did from that day on would be a reflection on my church,” he said. “What I did or said, my debts, everything would be a reflection on my church.” Members of Primitive Baptist churches didn’t dance or drink and Harden made that commitment at an early age and never desired to do any of the things his church marked as sinful. On the fourth Sunday in June 76 years ago, 11 year old John Harden walked down the aisle of Ramah Primitive Baptist Church and gave his life to Christ.On Sunday, the membership of the church will recognize and honor Pastor John Harden for his many years of dedicated service to his church and to his God.Harden said he had not planned to make a public profession of faith on that fourth Sunday in June 1941 but he found himself on his feet and walking toward the altar. Published 3:00 am Friday, June 23, 2017 “I always enjoyed sitting around listening to the old people talk,” Harden said. “They talked about many different things — often their faith and what God had done in their lives. Hearing them talk lifted me up.”Traditionally, on the Fourth Sunday in June, Ramah Primitive Baptist Church in the Josie community held a communion service of bread and wine and also a foot washing service. But Harden said there was something special about that Fourth Sunday in June 1941. Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits You Might Like Rave alerts active Countywide weather alerts – and more– are officially live as Pike County has launched its Smart911 and Rave Alerts system…. read more John Harden walked the aisle of Ramah Primitive Baptist Church in 1941. Sunday, he’ll be honored for his many years of service in the church. Sponsored Content The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Harden to be recognized for church service Print Article Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthRemember Them? I’m Sure Their New Net Worth Will Leave You SpeechlessbradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. 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Policies must benefit all staff, not just the parents

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Policies must benefit all staff, not just the parentsOn 19 Sep 2000 in Personnel Today Work to live, or live to work, the Government wants more employers to adopt work-life practices for all – including those who do not have children. For the politicians charged with addressing the issue of work-life balance, 7 September was a busy day. At the Department of Trade and Industry, Stephen Byers was launching what was billed as a national debate on the subject. “If we are to remain competitive in this modern economy, it is essential that we have an open debate about how we can help parents balance work and the responsibility of being a parent,” he reasoned. At the Department for Education and Employment, Margaret Hodge, minister for employment and equal opportunities, was launching the results of a survey of 7,500 workers. Her message was that “everyone, not just parents, wants to get a life” (News, 12 September).While pedants might sense mixed messages, some long-standing campaigners for greater employer understanding of the needs of parents in the workplace regard the campaign as both welcome and tactically very sensible. “We recognise that work-life balance is going to work best within the workplace if everyone can benefit,” says Sue Monk, chief executive of Parents at Work. “Whenever we talk to HR directors, there is far greater interest in work-life balance than family friendly policies. It makes it more do-able.” After all, some recent press attention has sought to portray family-friendly personnel policies as divisive. A survey published in July by Management Today magazine and work-life balance consultancy Ceridian Performance Partners found 55 per cent of managers believe childless staff resent family friendly policies. Yet other campaigners, while applauding the Government’s involvement, believe there can never really be parity between leisure and caring responsibilities, be they for children, elderly relatives or people with disabilities. “Long-hours culture and presenteeism are widely resented, but in terms of corporate social responsibility, we do not think you can give equal weight to playing golf and caring for someone,” says Madeleine Starr, employment project manager for the Carers’ National Association. Dean Mahoney, spokesman for the National Family and Parenting Institute, adds, “Work-life balance is not exclusively the domain of parents, but the problems of raising a family while doing increasingly demanding jobs are more persistent and every day.”There are signs that these tensions are already being addressed by employers. Sainsbury’s, which features as a case study in the Government’s guide to creating a work-life balance, has been running a huge variety of different programmes within a work-life strategy for two years now – with the family-friendly bits firmly ensconced within the umbrella of the whole scheme. “We aim to look at it in terms of life-stages,” says Carolyn Gray, head of HR policy. “People require different support at different times of their career, but there is no doubt that the programme has satisfied both the needs of the business in terms of flexibility and been very popular.” The firm runs a range of different benefits, including enhanced maternity pay, paternity and parental leave, career breaks, adoption and fostering leave, leave for fertility treatment, time off for emergencies, paid bereavement leave, nursery facilities (in London), part-time, flexible working and job-share, as well as breaks to care for the elderly and study breaks.As the DTI concentrates on parents, the DfEE is taking up work-life balance on behalf of everyone. Its campaign to encourage more employers to take up flexible policies has been running since March and comes at a time of complicated and conflicting attitudes to the subject. While long-hours culture is seen as unproductive and often unnecessary, it is not solely slave-driving bosses who are behind it. Some people like working long hours – at least for a part of their lives. Soho twentysomething media whizz-kids favour a seamless blend of work and life. But according the Association of Graduate Recruiters, work-life balance is becoming a significant player in graduate career choices, and a major factor in becoming an employer of choice. And then there are legal aspects. Lawyers have consistently argued that failing to consider a request from a female worker for a part-time role could breach equal opportunities laws. As a result, the Government’s guide aims to be “a celebration of success”. It avoids being prescriptive, seeking to encourage employers to consult employees to find arrangements that work best for mutual advantage and setting out different options. Work-life balance strategies can comprise the location of work (office or from home), when people work (flexitime, compressed hours, annualised hours, shift swapping or self-rostering), time issues (job-sharing, going part-time, or overtime) or be to do with breaks from work – for a short period, or for a longer absence. Then there are options to do with offering choice and security such as childcare schemes, health and fitness facilities, financial packages or savings schemes.It features nine case study organisations: Huber and Suhner, which manufactures energy and signal transmission products, Bristol City Council, Lloyds TSB, Dutton Engineering, King’s Healthcare NHS Trust, Classic Cleaners, Sainsbury’s, Motorola and Listawood, a firm making promotional magnets and mouse mats, all of which have introduced assorted flexible working options.At Lloyds TSB, Work Options, launched in March 1999, aims to be a recruitment and retention tool. In essence, the scheme works by employees initiating a request which they do not have to justify and the managers trying to meet it, as long as it does not affect the business. Managers retain the final say, but the firm is open to all suggestions including working part-time, job-sharing, term-time working, compressed hours or teleworking. The reason for it is irrelevant, although managers have the final say. The result has been a 6 per cent increase in flexible working arrangements. A total of 93 per cent of applications were approved, 15 per cent from men.• Creating a Work-Life Balance: A good practice guide for employers is available from DfEE Publications, tel: 0845 6022260 (Quote reference WLBGPGE1).The Government’s work-life checklist for employersRecognise that effective practices benefit both organisation and employeesAcknowledge individuals work best when they achieve an appropriate balance between work and all other aspects of their livesHighlight joint responsibility to discuss workable solutionsDevelop appropriate policies and practical responses that meet specific needs or an organisation: fairness and consistency, valuing employees for their contribution to business, monitoring and evaluationCommunicate commitment to work-life strategiesDemonstrate leadership from top and encourage managers to lead by example.Source: DfEE Creating a Work-Life Balance: A good practice guide for employersFacts and figuresThe DTI says:• 63 per cent of families had two wage earners in 1996, compared with 46 per cent in 1983• Employment rates for lone mothers have increased only marginally in 15 years: from 42 per cent to 44 per cent• 67 per cent of women return to work within a short time of childbirthSource: DTI Work and Parents: Competitiveness and ChoiceThe DfEE says 19 per cent of employees want to work part-time – with or without caring responsibilities21 per cent would like to work an annualised hours scheme Among those without caring responsibilities, 34 per cent would like a compressed hours system (four-day week) compared with 37 per cent of carersSource: DfEE Survey on Worklife BalanceBy Stephen Overelllast_img read more

EC calls for common list of illnesses for EU workers

first_img Comments are closed. The European Commission (EC) has called on European Union (EU) member countries– including the UK – to adopt an updated and common EU list of illnesses forwhich workers should be compensated if they contract them at work. In a formal ‘recommendation on the schedule of occupational diseases’,Brussels calls on governments “to introduce as soon as possible”rules covering “compensation and preventative measures” for suchmedical conditions. It has also published a second list of illnesses, which are not alwaysdirectly linked to workplace health problems, and has asked member states tointroduce rules demanding compensation for workers where a condition “canbe proved to be occupational in origin and nature”. As the commission’s proposals are in the form of a recommendation, they cannotbecome mandatory as if written into an EU directive or regulation. However, employment and social affairs commissioner, Anna Diamontopoulou,has called on governments to follow Brussels’ disease list plan and also toconduct further research. http://europa.eu.int/comm/employment_social/news/2003/sep/occ_disease_en.htmlNeed to knowThe EC’s high priority list specifies both health problems andcauses required to be considered an occupational illness. It spans:– Diseases caused by 36 named chemical agents, includingarsenic, ammonia and chlorine– Skin diseases provoked by nine elements and allergies, suchas soot, tar and paraffin– Respiratory problems, such as silicosis and asbestosis– Cancers, including lung cancer, caused by wood dust– Infectious and parasite diseases, such as tetanus,tuberculosis and brucellosis– Physical injuries, such as cataracts, caused by heat radiationThe second list covers similar ground, naming less toxicchemicals, such as magnesium Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article EC calls for common list of illnesses for EU workersOn 7 Oct 2003 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Have You Tried Out the New Ocean City NJ Vacation App? Everything At Your…

first_imgOcean City Regional Chamber of Commerce and Ocean City Tourism Development Commission are happy to announce the release of the Ocean City NJ Vacation app. The two groups worked together to create an easy to use mobile app for all vacationers needs when they are visiting the island.The app instantly informs you of the beach report and everything that is happening in town. The latest Ocean City information is only a tap away.The Dashboard features a local beach report and upcoming events. The app includes a business directory and map, specials, information on beaches and parking, along with frequently asked questions. The business directory has a handy “click to call” feature and provides information and location of each business.The dashboard helps you navigate the app. You can choose from a wide variety of options that cover the Boardwalk, Downtown and the Bay.App users can receive push notifications in different categories for News Updates, Deals and Discounts, Events, and Weather and Surf. There is also a favoriting option so users can save their favorite events, businesses and specials, keeping everything at their fingertips!This is the easiest way to stay informed of all the events and specials in Ocean City.The app was built for iOS and Android so it can be downloaded on the App Store https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ocean-city-vacation/id1228343660?mt=8 or Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.oceancityvacation&hl=en .last_img read more

What’s new?

first_imgThe 2009 version of this small automatic dough dividing and rounding machine is on the market. The König Mini Rex is now available to through European Process Plant featuring enhancements to the design of the dividing and rounding system, which mean the weight range has been extended to 13g-140g.== Is this a glimpse into the future? ==Close – it’s called the Futura. It’s a two-pocket machine that can produce up to 4,000 pieces an hour, and is now available with a single-phase power supply.== Does it break the mould? ==Thankfully not – it’s said to give a “bolder mould” due to a recent improvement in the design of the pistons and rounding system, according to EPP. Up to 50 product settings can be stored on the machine, with the computer controlling dough piece weight, stroke speed, run quantity, rounding speed, rounding pressure and rounding action.== What else is it good for? ==A small footprint; simplicity of use – it only requires one person to operate it; flexibility in handling a wide range of doughs; a gentle dividing and rounding action; and a sturdy design that’s easy to clean and maintain.== Sounds good, though I might ask a mate before I splash the cash ==There should be plenty of them – EPP’s sales of the König Mini Rex to British and Irish bakers have now surpassed the 800 unit mark.last_img read more

Tiny treats at Starbucks

first_imgStarbucks has launched a Petites range of bakery products this spring. It includes cake pops – small cake balls, dipped in chocolate, on a lollipop stick – in almond, rocky road and sparkle varieties; red velvet, and chocolate whoopie pies, a salted caramel pecan bar, and a raspberry white chocolate cake.Starbucks is also offering multi-buy offers on the small treats. The eat-in prices are £1.55 for one, £1.45 each for between two and five treats, and £1.20 each for six items or more. Takeaway prices are £1.30, £1.20 and £1.00 each, respectively.The Starbucks Petites range differs slightly from the US range, which comprises rocky road, tiramisu and birthday (vanilla cake and icing, dipped in pink chocolate) cake pops, whoopie pies, mini cupcakes – in carrot cake and peanut butter varieties – and lemon, and salty caramel ’sweet squares’.last_img read more