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ADA Inks Sara Evans' Born To Fly Records

WMG owned indie distributor ADA Worldwide has partnered with multi-platinum country artist Sara Evans and her indie label, Born To Fly Records. ADA will support the Nashville-based label with sales and distribution globally. Launched in 2017, Born To Fly Records is home to Evans’ critically acclaimed eighth studio record, Words, which was named one of Billboard and Rolling Stone’s Top Country Albums of the Year. The ACM Female Vocalist of the Year is currently prepping her new album, due ...
Tags: Music, Nashville, Evans, Warner, Rolling Stone, Ada, Bruce Houghton, Sara, WMG, Aaron Watson, Craig Dunn, Sara Evans, ADA Worldwide, Kenny Weagly, Records ADA, Big Label Records and Broken Bow Records


Your Website As ADA’s Latest Frontier | By Larry Mogelonsky

You wouldn't dare build a property nowadays without designated rooms for those who have special needs. All necessary compliances like this are taken in stride by hoteliers, with the appropriate CapEx set aside as a regular part of doing business.
Tags: Travel, Ada, Larry Mogelonsky


Accessible Pizza And Other Highlights From CSUN 2019

Domino’s Pizza suffered a major blow recently: A federal appeals court reversed a lower court ruling* and affirmed that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does cover the Domino’s websites and mobile apps — and yours, too. The lower court will now examine the extent to which the pizza maker’s digital properties are inaccessible and […]
Tags: Ecommerce, Customer Experience, Accessibility, User Experience, Ada, CSUN, Assistive Technology


5 Google Business Profile Tweaks To Improve Foot Traffic

Posted by MiriamEllisYour agency recommends all kinds of useful tactics to help improve the local SEO for your local business clients, but how many of those techniques are leveraging Google Business Profile (GBP) to attract as many walk-ins as possible? Today, I’m sharing five GBP tweaks worthy of implementation to help turn digital traffic into foot traffic. I've ordered them from easiest to hardest, but as you'll see, even the more difficult ones aren’t actually very daunting — all the more re...
Tags: Google, Post, US, Seo, Ada, GMB, Mark, Greg, Greg Gifford, MiriamEllis, Google Post, Google My Business GMB, MiriamEllisYour, Mark Cummins, Pointy, Joel Headley


WIRTW #546 (the “Arrivederci” edition)

Today is good bye … but only for two weeks. My kids' school gives them that much time off for Spring Break each year. So we are headed to Italy. Rome and Florence to be precise. I'll be back on April 1 (no foolin') with some thoughts about what I learned on my Spring Break. In the meantime, if you have any last minute tips on what to do, see, or eat in either of these cities, drop a note in the comments below. Here's what I read this week: Discrimination Two-Percent, Schmoopercent — via Kate Bi...
Tags: Spotify, Texas, Law, Congress, Chicago, Ada, Florence, Harvard Business Review, Joe, Citrix, Jonathan, EEOC, NLRA, Eric Meyer, FLSA, Jon Hyman


WIRTW #545 (the “International Women's Day” edition) #IWD2019

Happy International Women's Day! I didn't always consider myself a feminist. But I'm proud to call myself one ever since May 27, 2006—the day my daughter was born. It wasn't that I was hostile to the issue; I just never engaged in any active thought about it. Now that I have a female life for which I am responsible, I fully embrace the term. I worry about the world in which she lives, and how that world may treat her because of her sex. ❔ Will she have the same opportunities? ❔ Will she earn the...
Tags: Facebook, Law, Connecticut, Ada, Harvard Business Review, Aba, Eric Meyer, Jeff Nowak, OSHA, Dan Schwartz, FMLA, FLSA, Jon Hyman, Suzanne Lucas, Mike Haberman, John Sumser


Emotional outbursts as ADA-protected disabilities

The term hysteria comes from the Greek word hysterika, meaning Uterus. In ancient Greece it was believed that a wandering and discontented Uterus was blamed for that dreaded female ailment of excessive emotion, hysteria. The disease's symptoms were believed to be dictated by where in the body the offending organ roamed. It was not religious belief but a social belief. Hysteria https://academic.mu.edu/meissnerd/hysteria.html Less than two months after Jessica Mullen's hysterectomy, she applied...
Tags: Greece, Law, Ada, Mullen, Fisher, Frances Fisher, Prentiss, Merry, Jon Hyman, Jessica Mullen, Julie Prentiss, Rachel Merry Mullen


Trump Mar-A-Lago Buddy Wrote Policy Pitch. The President Sent It To VA Chief.

A handwritten note to Trump, addressed “Dear King,” presents another instance of access and influence for Mar-a-Lago associates. In late 2017, on one of President Donald Trump’s retreats to Mar-a-Lago, his private club in Palm Beach, Florida, he caught up with an old friend: Albert Hazzouri. When Hazzouri is not at Mar-a-Lago, he’s a cosmetic dentist in Scranton, Pennsylvania. At a campaign rally there in 2016, Trump gave him a shoutout: “Stand up, Albert. Where the hell are you, Albert? Sta...
Tags: Florida, News, Washington, Saudi Arabia, Politico, House, Veterans Affairs, Va, Medicare, Graham, State Department, Donald Trump, Ada, Environmental Protection Agency, Trump, Albert


Woman’s ‘humiliating’ concert experience, ADA settlement prompt Chateau Ste. Michelle to improve accessibility

Under a settlement with the Department of Justice, the popular winery will make numerous modifications to its Woodinville tasting room and amphitheater.
Tags: Music, News, Entertainment, Life, Food & Drink, Department Of Justice, Ada, Nightlife, Woodinville, Chateau Ste Michelle


ODOT project would add bike lanes on key stretch of N Lombard

The Oregon Department of Transportation is seeking feedback on a project that will add bike lanes to North Lombard between Newman and Wilbur avenues. This 1.2 mile section of Lombard currently has five lanes, four of them are general purpose vehicle lanes and one of them is used for on-street auto parking. ODOT’s $10 million Lombard Multimodal Safety Project would repave the street and reconfigure the roadway space to include two, seven-foot-wide bicycle-only lanes, two through vehicle lan...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Portland, Projects, Portsmouth, Ellen, Ada, Newman, Wilbur, Lombard, ODOT, Oregon Department of Transportation, Jonathan Maus, BP Headlines


Getting older, found a little help to get around the range. Rollator from Aldi.

I was at the range the other day and saw a fellow with a walker that was also a rolling seat. He used the seat while shooting and then loaded up his gear on the seat and rolled it out the door. He did not seem to be having any issues walking. :confused: A few weeks ago I noticed a fellow at a gun show using a walker in a similar way to carry a few guns that he had for sale. (The shows around he don't allow any kind of a wheeler or cart during show hours, even for table holders.) Apparently ADA ...
Tags: Aldi, Weapon, Ada, Firearms General Discussion


Riverside acquires ADA as an add-on

The Riverside Company has acquired ADA Solutions, a provider of solutions for the visually impaired. No financial terms were disclosed. The transaction was an add-on acquisition for Riverside portfolio company SureWerx. Golub Capital provided debt financing for the deal. PRESS RELEASE The Riverside Company, a global private equity firm, has acquired ADA Solutions. ADA designs, develops and distributes detectable warning surface and way-finding solutions for the visually impaired that address fed...
Tags: Trends, Healthcare, Ada, Riverside, Roberts, Eric Nowlin, Brad Roberts, Riverside Company, PE Deals, Alvarez Marsal, Riverside Company The Riverside Company, Linda Xu, Golub Capital, Suzy Kriscunas, Kriscunas, Anne Hayes


4 Ways to Avoid Employer Discrimination Against Drug and Alcohol Histories

By DeAnna M. Crosby To avoid employer discrimination against individuals with drug and alcohol histories, one must first understand one’s own perceptions about this subject. It’s understandable that as a business owner, you want to hire the best qualified job candidate, but given the widespread stigma that follows people who have substance abuse histories, how will you know if this employee will exhibit questionable behaviors down the road? Navigating the murky waters of employment is tricky bus...
Tags: Business, Massachusetts, Management, Ada, Right Now, FMLA, Barbuto, Alcohol Dependence, DeAnna M Crosby, Alcohol Policy Communicate, LaMonaca, Tread Corp, New Method Wellness, Dr Phil National Geographic 's Taboo Elle Magazine, Huffington Post Employer


17 Amazing Women Who Made History — That You've Never Heard Of

Update: In honor of Women's Equality Day, we're sharing this slideshow on 16 history-making women you've probably never heard of. Ahead, a look at the barriers they broke in supporting rights for all women.This story was originally published on March 8, 2016.It’s a pretty great time to be a woman. A lot remains to be done to support women’s rights around the world, but more women now have access to education, economic opportunities, and leadership roles than ever before.This progress is thanks ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, England, Hollywood, London, Minnesota, Greece, Navy, Mexico, China, Wikipedia, Singapore, America, Georgia, Rome, Harvard


Dorm-room-inspired hotels

If your college years were the best of your life and you’d love to relive those fond memories, there’s a way to do that without having to sign up for another four years of school — some hotel lines are mimicking the uber-cool feel of college dorm rooms for your nostalgic pleasure. But these are no hostels or college-kid bunking situations, and there’s no cafeteria food, inconsiderate roommates, or communal showers — they are luxurious and cool. If you’re ready to bring back your glory days in...
Tags: Travel, Google, New York, New York City, US, Accommodation, Amsterdam, Ada, Columbia, Stockholm, Accommodations, All, Fika, Times Square, Berkeley California, Richmond Virginia


Health officials warn of hepatitis A spike in Boise region

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Public health officials say there is a spike of Hepatitis A cases in the Boise region, with six cases reported among Ada and Elmore county residents since Jan. 1. Normally, the area sees just one or two cases a year. The Idaho Statesman reports the Central District Health Department sent a […]
Tags: News, Ada, Northwest, Boise, Jan, Idaho Statesman, Elmore, Idaho AP, Central District Health Department


President & CEO – Ruth Eckerd Hall

The President & CEO will partner with and report to the board of directors in advancing the programs, visibility, and impact of Ruth Eckerd Hall, Inc. OrganizationRuth Eckerd Hall, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that manages and operates the Ruth Eckerd Hall (owned by the City of Clearwater, Florida), the Murray Theatre, the newly renovated ballroom known as the Margarete Heye Great Room, the Marcia P. Hoffman School of the Arts, and the Capitol Theatre. It also operates as a con...
Tags: Art, Florida, England, Jobs, United States, John, Gulf Coast, Road, Ada, St Petersburg, Tampa Bay Rays, Tampa Bay, Tony, Capitol Theatre, Clearwater, Barry Manilow


On the Smugglers’ Radar

“On The Smugglers’ Radar” is a feature for books that have caught our eye: books we have heard of via other bloggers, directly from publishers, and/or from our regular incursions into the Amazon jungle. Thus, the Smugglers’ Radar was born. Because we want far more books than we can possibly buy or review (what else is new?), we thought we would make the Smugglers’ Radar into a weekly feature – so YOU can tell us which books you have on your radar as well! On Ana’s Radar: From the Departm...
Tags: Amazon, Books, America, Los Angeles, Earth, Philippines, Malaysia, New York Times, Kuala Lumpur, Consortium, Ada, Jay, Mel, Ana, Devil, Ava


Advocates, residents see Highway 30 paving project as chance for safer bicycling

Highway 30 has potential to be a direct route from downtown Portland to St. Johns. Unfortunately its bike access is abysmal.(Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Anyone who’s ridden a bicycle on Highway 30/St. Helens Road between northwest Portland and the St. Johns Bridge understands why it has the moniker “Dirty 30”. With a major paving project in the pipeline, ODOT has a chance to change that bad reputation. The narrow, unprotected bike lanes are almost always strewn with gravel and all m...
Tags: US, Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Portland, John, Ada, Sarah Taylor, Helen, PPS, St Johns, Springville, Chris Jones, Kocher, Germantown


Three keys to engaging your Deaf neighbors with the Gospel

USA (MNN) -- Do you know who your Deaf neighbors are? There is probably a Deaf community closer than you think. However, it can be difficult for hearing people to know how to engage the Deaf. There is a language barrier and even a cultural barrier between the hearing and Deaf communities. JR Bucklew, President of Deaf Bible Society says despite these challenges, Christians have an obligation to reach the Deaf with the Gospel. We often talk in ministry circles about equipping believer...
Tags: Usa, United States, Jesus, Ada, Deaf, Christ, Bucklew, Deaf Bible Society, Indiana Wesleyan University, JR Bucklew President of Deaf Bible Society, Deaf Bucklew


PE-backed Hallcon names Stoiber president and CEO

Hallcon Corporation, a provider of transportation and mobility services, has appointed John R. Stoiber as president and CEO. His appointment became effective December 1, 2018. Since 2015, Stoiber has been Hallcon’s chief operating officer. With offices in Lenexa, Kansas, Toronto and South San Francisco, Hallcon’s backers include Novacap Export Development Canada, BMO Capital Partners, Manulife and Investar. PRESS RELEASE LENEXA, KAN. (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 15, 2019 Hallcon Corporation, a North America...
Tags: Trends, People, John, Ai, Ada, Cma, Edc, Northwestern University, Johnson Controls Inc, Marquette University, Lenexa, Ernst Young, New Ventures, PE, Kellogg School of Management, PRWEB


Frontiers of the ADA: must live-entertainment vendors stage sensory-friendly versions?

Claim: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) obliges live-entertainment vendors such as Broadway shows to offer “sensory-friendly” versions for autistic customers as “a civil right.” [Whitney Ellenby, Washington Post/Taunton Gazette] Tags: disabled rights, music and musicians
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Broadway, Ada, Music And Musicians, Disabled Rights, Whitney Ellenby Washington Post Taunton Gazette


Hunt The Beav and Help Adaptive Athletes

No matter your background or ability, the sensation of skiing and snowboarding down a snowy slope is one of the most invigorating feelings a human can hope to experience. The vistas, the fresh air, the sensation of harnessing gravity to control your descent down a mountain...it’s enough to leave you breathless and feeling vitally alive.  The folks at Common Ground, in partnership with , believe in spreading that joyful feeling to everyone, regardless of any challenges they may be up against. ...
Tags: California, Sport, Skiing, Harry, Ada, Beaver, Logan Utah, Beaver Mountain, Seeholzer, Common Ground, AMK Foundation, Amie Hansen, Golden Beaver, AMK Foundation BIO WEST Adaptive Center


A textbook lesson the ADA's interactive process

Does an employer have an obligation to return an employee to work following an extended unpaid leave of absence granted as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA? You might be inclined to say, "Of course." The answer, however, is nuanced, and depends on the length of the leave, the composition of your workforce at the time the employee seeks to return to work, and your efforts to engage in the ADA's interactive process with the employee during the leave. For your consideration: Brunckhorst v....
Tags: Law, City, City Council, Ada, Fournier, 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, FMLA, Jon Hyman, Brunckhorst, City of Oak Park Heights, Gary Brunckhorst, Oak Park Heights Minnesota, Brunckhors


How To Find A Business Attorney In 5 Steps

A small business is any company that employs fewer than 500 employees or falls beneath an industry-specific annual receipts cap. While this makes for quite a broad pool of organizations, most small businesses are significantly smaller than this, employing no more than a few dozen employees at most. Every day, new companies open their doors, provide jobs, and drive local economies, helping to sustain the functions that our nation needs most. However, not all small business ideas are made equal, ...
Tags: Startups, Ada, Others, Legal Issues, Galveston TX, Business Advice, Law Office of Tad Nelson Associates


5 Things to Demystify Hiring Disabled Employees

According to DOL statistics, 11.9% of the total U.S. population has a disability (29.6% when it comes to those 65 and older). But only 18.7% of those who are disabled are in the labor force. With the continuing tight job market, employers should not overlook the opportunity to hire valuable talent despite disabilities. Hiring Disabled Employees Here are 5 things to know when tapping into this pool of workers. ADA Protection Starts with the Interview It’s 19 years since enactment of the Amer...
Tags: Congress, Sales, Ada, Irs, DOL, DepositPhotos, Small Business Operations, Things You Didn't Know, Tax Credit for Hiring, Tax Credit for Assistance Small, DOL s Office of Disability Employment Policy


WMG Names Eliah Seton As President of Independent Music and Creator Services

Warner Music Group has named Eliah Seton has been named its first President of Independent Music & Creator Services.  Seton is bing promoted from his post as President of ADA Worldwide as of WMG's effort grow its footprint in independent music. Seton's portfolio will include WMG owned indie distributor ADA (Alternative Distribution Alliance), Asylum Records and Level – WMG’s platform for unsigned artists. In addition, Seton oversees WMG’s Arts Music division, headed by President Kevin Gor...
Tags: Music, New York, Broadway, Nashville, Ada, Bmg, Bruce Houghton, Tony, Warner Music Group, Seton, Ghostlight Records, WMG, Max Lousada, Christine Taylor, Doug Morris, Sesame Workshop


Amy Feltman's Playlist for Her Novel "Willa & Hesper"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Amy Feltman's novel Willa & Hesper is an auspicious debut, a complex and delicate portrayal of love and its effects on our lives. Publishers Weekly wrote of the book: "Feltman sli...
Tags: Music, Christina Aguilera, Germany, Berlin, Georgia, David, House, Copenhagen, Ada, Florence, Tbilisi, Tunde Adebimpe, Laura Marling, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Atomic Books Comics Preview


Secretly Leaves Warner Music's ADA, Signs With AMPED

Independent music label and distribution company Secretly has parted ways with Warner Music Group's indie arm ADA, and entered into a US distribution partnership with Florida-based AMPED. AMPED, is part of Alliance Entertainment and it its client labels include AWAL/Kobalt, Believe, Empire, IDOL, Lindsey Stirling, Mad Decent, Merge, mTheory, SM Entertainment, Soulfood, TFE, Tuff Gong, We Are Hear and others. AMPED will now handle physical distribution for over 50 active labels associa...
Tags: Music, Florida, US, Ada, Bruce Houghton, Sharon Van Etten, Warner Music Group, Lindsey Stirling, Alliance Entertainment, AMPED AMPED, Shelly Westerhausen, Dean Tabaac


BUSINESS OF INDIE: Secretly Moves To AMPED • EMPIRE Adds Staff • A2IM West Coast Mixer • More

In this edition of the Business Of Indie , Secretly Distribution leaves ADA for AMPED, EMPIRE staffs up before some BIG releases, A2IM announces West coast mixer and much, much more. Like Hypebot's More News section, The Business Of Indie is nestled under its own Indie tab at the top of the site and features a constantly updated compendium of indie news  from hundreds of global sources.   Read The Business Of Indie here. [Author: Bruce Houghton]
Tags: Music, Ada, Bruce Houghton, Business Of Indie