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Hawaii travel news: January 13, 2021

– Costco has some special vacation packages at the two Fairmont properties in Hawaii. We love these two luxury resorts. You can see our review of Maui’s Fairmont Kea Lani here and our review of Hawaii (Big) Island’s Fairmont Orchid here. Both packages are very good deals and include rental car and resort fees. – Two, sister Waikiki hotels are offering some interesting “workcation” packages. Here are the basics about these two options: Shoreline Hotel Waikiki – https://shorelinehotelwaikiki. com...
Tags: Travel, Google, Cdc, Hawaii, Costco, County, Waikiki, Maui, Center, Oahu, Polynesian Cultural Center, Big Island Deals, Oahu Deals, Hawaii Big Island, Fairmont Kea Lani, Fairmont Orchid


GoMo Health EarlyCare program nurtures prenatal, postnatal moms to address psychological health

GoMo Health and the Center for BrainHealth® at The University of Texas at Dallas have joined forces to incorporate the Center's research-backed strategies that enhance brain health and build resilience, into GoMo Health's evidence-based patient engagement platform.
Tags: Health, Dallas, Center, The University of Texas, GoMo Health


USA Water Polo aware in 2017 of sexual assault allegations against Bahram Hojreh and his club

The first sign of trouble came in the third quarter of a July 2017 girls ages 14 to 16 water polo match between the Capistrano Valley Aquatic Club, also known as Alliance, and International Water Polo based in Los Alamitos. “Don’t you see she’s fouling me?” an Alliance player shouted at referee Ron Baron during a transition, according to an incident report filed with USA Water Polo officials. “She’s grabbing me.” Baron excluded the Alliance player, who, after exiting the pool, threw off her cap,...
Tags: Usa, California, US, Sports, International, Sport, Indianapolis, Fbi, Soccer, Olympics, Connecticut, Baron, Michigan, Local News, Smith, Irs


NRA-ILA: Spending that Sweet, Sweet Taxpayer Money

The Centers for Disease Control recently announced the projects funded by more than $7.8 million dollars to “Prevent Firearm-Related Violence and Injuries.” IMG NRA-ILA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- The Centers for Disease Control recently announced the projects funded by more than $7.8 million dollars to “Prevent Firearm-Related Violence and Injuries.” This is after the National Institutes of Health-funded more than $11 million in firearms-related research from 2014 to 2017. We don’t know much abou...
Tags: Guns, California, Cdc, Brown University, National Institutes of Health, Nih, Nra, Center, University of Washington, IMG, Centers for Disease Control, Rosenberg, Mark Rosenberg, Ranney, Gun Rights News, NRA-ILA


September 18 is National Black Voter Day — here's how Black Americans still face disproportionate barriers to voting

Helen T. Crosson, 84, displays her I Voted sticker after voting early for the June 2nd primary at McKinley Technology High School in Ward 5s Eckington neighborhood on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images September 18 is National Black Voter Day.  Black Americans still face massive disparities and inequalities in accessing the right to vote 150 years after the passage of the Fifteenth Amendment, which extended the franchise to Black men. Due to ongoing raci...
Tags: Politics, Supreme Court, US, America, Barack Obama, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, Indiana, Racism, United States, Iowa, DMV, Philadelphia, University of Florida, Nevada


LGBTQ Center Long Beach will not renew leader’s contract after probe into allegations of racist, sexist behavior

The LGBTQ Center Long Beach will not renew the contract of Executive Director Porter Gilbert, the nonprofit announced Tuesday, Sept. 1, following a two-month investigation into allegations of racist and sexist behavior on his part. Gilberg did not respond to requests for comment, although he said in a Facebook post when the investigation began that he supported the probe and was committed to making The Center a better place. Gilberg has been on leave since June 29 as the investigation has unfold...
Tags: Facebook, Sport, Soccer, Lgbtq, Local News, Board, Center, The Board, LGBTQ Center, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Gilberg, LGBTQ Center Long Beach, Ursua


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Check out our Daily Gun Deals page for more savings! Lapua Center-X Ammo 22 Long Rifle 40Gr Round Nose Deal USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Brownells has a make your own package option on 650 rounds (or 12 boxes) of Lapua Center-X Ammo 22-Long Rifle 40Gr Lead Round Nose ammo that after a coupon code you can pick it up for $146.88 That is $0.225 each a round. Brownells Edge Members get FREE Shipping on all their orders. Do not be miss lead by the poor product description as this is top-quality target...
Tags: Usa, Guns, Center, Eley, Lapua, LRN, Brownells, Ammunition News, 22LR, Ammoland com Brownells, Daily Gun Deals, AmmoLand INC


LGBTQ Center Long Beach executive director on leave amid accusations of racist, sexist behavior

The LGBTQ Center Long Beach has opened an investigation into its executive director after 14 anonymous former employees wrote a letter accusing the nonprofit’s leader of creating a “traumatizing and hostile work environment” for its Black staffers and other employees of color, particularly women, and demanding his removal. The Center said Executive Director Porter Gilberg was placed on leave pending results of the investigation. Gilberg said in a Facebook post that he welcomes the investigation ...
Tags: Facebook, News, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Lgbtq, Local News, Board, Center, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Gilberg, Voice News, Porter Gilberg


Sutter Health’s Request to Delay $575 Million Settlement Is Denied

The large California hospital system wanted to postpone an agreement reached in a state antitrust case, as coronavirus cases rise.
Tags: News, California, Sutter Health, Hospitals, Price Gouging, Center, Xavier, Prices (Fares, Health Insurance and Managed Care, Antitrust Laws and Competition Issues, Becerra, Fees and Rates, Federal Aid (US, Nicholas C, Petris, Your-feed-healthcare


Harris Center For The Arts Closing For At Least 1 Year

FOLSOM (CBS13) – The Harris Center for the Arts in Folsom is closing on July 1 and it will stay closed for at least the next year. The decision by the Los Rios Community College District to temporarily close the Center was based upon advice from federal, state, and local government officials and health experts, according to Gabe Ross, Associate Vice Chancellor of Strategy and Communications, Los Rios Community College District. In addition, it’s unknown when public events can safely resume. The...
Tags: News, Entertainment, Local, Syndicated Local, Ross, Center, Gabe Ross, Harris Center for the Arts in Folsom, Harris Center for the Arts, Los Rios Community College District, Folsom News, Whitney Yamamura


REPORT: Voter Registration Has Plummeted With The COVID-19 Outbreak

Voter registration took a major hit as the coronavirus outbreak began, according to a new of 13 states by the Center for Election Innovation & Research. All 13 states saw a decline in their new registrations in April, when compared to the registration numbers in April 2016. Eleven of those 13 states also saw lower registration numbers in March. The dip came after all 13 states bested their 2016 registration numbers in January. For about half of the states, that positive trend continue...
Tags: News, Virginia, DMV, Black Lives Matter, Voting Rights, Tierney Sneed, Center, Center for Election Innovation Research, COVID-19


Coronavirus Impact Report: Americans Have Driven 60 Percent Less Since Stay-At-Home Order Began

DAVIS (CBS13) – Efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus have led to an estimated 60 percent less driving in the U.S. since the shelter-at-home order began. As a result, vast amounts of greenhouse gases have been cut but so have millions of dollars in gas-tax revenues. A report issued Friday from the Road Ecology Center at UC Davis estimated that U.S. drivers went from traveling 103 billion miles in early March to 29 billion miles during the second week of April. The report used data from S...
Tags: News, California, Local, UC Davis, Center, Fraser, Senate Bill, Road Ecology Center, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID


Rent A Center Cares Whirlpool Sweepstakes (351 Winners)

Enter to win a Whirlpool Washer and Dryer from Rent-a-Center! #RACCares Rent-a-Center cares about all healthcare heroes who are working tirelessly to keep everyone safe during this pandemic. To show... Click to read more...
Tags: Frugality, Center, Whirlpool Washer, Instagram Contests, Food & Household, One Entry Per Person, Ending in May, Twitter Sweeps, Cash & Gift Cards


The Courage Way

Leadership demands courage. You have to make good decisions while balancing inevitable tensions and knowing when to take risks. You need to keep your values in sight, regardless of the pressures around you. At its core, leadership is a daily, ongoing practice, a journey toward becoming your best self and inviting others to do the same. Listen in to as Shelly L. Francis, who authored The Courage Way: Leading and Living with Integrity on behalf of the Center for Courage & Renewal, and Parker J. Pa...
Tags: Video, Leadership, Integrity, Courage, Personal Development, Webinar, Webinars, Timothy, Center, Parker J Palmer, Becky Robinson, Berrett Koehler Publishers, Shelly L Francis, Center for Courage Renewal, Center for Courage Renewal 's Circle of Trust, Shelly Francis


Craftsbury Seeks Junior/BKL Assistant Coach/Intern for 2020

Please note: with the current global pandemic and its unknown impact on our programs, the details of this position are somewhat speculative. The Craftsbury Outdoor Center is seeking an assistant coach/intern to work with its Junior & BKL Nordic skiing programs for the summer of 2020, with the potential to continue the position through the following fall and winter season. This coach/intern would join the Center’s current coaching staff and help manage summer programming while our head junior c...
Tags: News, Sport, Skiing, Center, Craftsbury, Job Postings, Craftsbury Outdoor Center, BKL, Anna Schulz


City Of Sacramento Announces Coronavirus Relief Fund

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The City of Sacramento has announced the establishment of a new relief fund in the face of the coronavirus crisis. With businesses closing down and record unemployment claims, response to a one million dollar emergency fund set up by the city more than a week ago was overwhelming – with 3,000 applicants in 48 hours. This new relief fund already has $340,000 in donations. @TheCityofSac and community groups launch fundraising effort for COVID-19 relief. @CBSSacramento @GoodDa...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Center, Hewitt, Darrell Steinberg, Sierra Health Foundation, Chet Hewitt, Sacramento News, Coronavirus, Rachel Wulff


Judge Orders Deportation of Tennessee Man Who Served as Nazi Camp Guard

The Justice Department said Friedrich Karl Berger, 94, was an armed guard at a concentration camp in Germany where prisoners were held in “atrocious” conditions.
Tags: News, Germany, Tennessee, Justice Department, Simon, Center, Wiesenthal, Immigration and Emigration, World War II (1939-45, Holocaust and the Nazi Era, Concentration Camps, Friedrich Karl Berger, Rebecca L. Holt, Nazi Camp Guard


VP, Marketing & Communications at Segerstrom Center for the Arts (Costa Mesa, CA)

The Vice President, Marketing & Communications (“VP”) is a critical member of the Executive team at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts (“the Center”) in Costa Mesa, California, and leads a division that is responsible for $31 million in earned revenue while overseeing a marketing budget of $5.5 million. The Center’s diverse array of programming spans touring Broadway, classical and contemporary music, dance, cabaret, and more. The successful VP will understand the nuances and unique sales...
Tags: Art, New York, Jobs, Broadway, Orange County, Center, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Costa Mesa California, VP Marketing Communications, VP Marketing amp ; Communications, Segerstrom Center for the Arts Costa Mesa CA


Two suspended by U.S. Center for SafeSport remain involved in equestrian

Steve Milne, an instructor at an Orange County horse riding center for people with disabilities, was suspended by the U.S. Center for SafeSport for allegations misconduct in December. The conditions of Milne’s suspension include no contact directives including no unsupervised coaching, training, travel and lodging restrictions as well as contact/communication limitations. “The terms of their participation are known by the parties involved in the matter,” Teresa Roper, safe sport coordinator for ...
Tags: Florida, News, Massachusetts, Sports, California News, Sport, Iran, Soccer, Olympics, Arizona, Tokyo, West Coast, Local News, Orange County, San Diego County, Cornell


Youth Foundation Funds Frozen Amid Allegations It Used Taxpayer Money For Personal Expenses

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Funding is being frozen to a prominent Sacramento nonprofit foundation amid allegations that it is using taxpayer money to pay personal expenses. The Roberts Family Development Center in North Sacramento has been around for nearly two decades, but now questions are swirling around where the money is going. Darrell Roberts is one of Sacramento’s most well-known advocates for kids. He’s also the CEO of the Roberts Family Development Center, which offers after-school youth prog...
Tags: News, Yosemite, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Fbi, Community, Bank, San Joaquin County, Irs, Robert, Center, Roberts, North Sacramento


Denver Nightlife: The Splendor of the Mile High City

Welcome to the Mile High City – where you’re always on top of the world. Most newcomers to Denver assume that the city got its nickname because of the stunningly tall Rocky Mountains that surround the city. In reality, it’s simply the most accurate nickname around. Denver is precisely one mile above sea level, which means that if you choose to adventure into the nearby Rockies, you’ll be feeling the effects of thinner air. Note: although everyone who is vacationing in Denver should take an afte...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Colorado, United States, Performing Arts, Broadway, Denver, Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Center, Rocky Mountain, Downtown Denver, Mile High City, Stranahan, Larimer Square, Denver Center


Denver Splendor: Cool Nightlife in the Mile High City

Welcome to the Mile High City – where you’re always on top of the world. Most newcomers to Denver assume that the city got its nickname because of the stunningly tall Rocky Mountains that surround the city. In reality, it’s simply the most accurate nickname around. Denver is precisely one mile above sea level, which means that if you choose to adventure into the nearby Rockies, you’ll be feeling the effects of thinner air. Note: although everyone who is vacationing in Denver should take an afte...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Colorado, United States, Performing Arts, Broadway, Denver, Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Center, Rocky Mountain, Downtown Denver, Mile High City, Stranahan, Larimer Square, Denver Center


U.S. Center for SafeSport concludes sex abuse investigation of Charlie Wade without findings

The U.S. Center for SafeSport has concluded its 17-month sexual abuse investigation of Charlie Wade, head coach of Hawaii’s top-ranked men’s volleyball team, without reaching a finding, the Southern California New Group has learned. Wade was removed from SafeSport’s database of banned and suspended individuals last week after the center concluded its investigation without recommending sanctions against the coach. SafeSport decisions to close cases are not statements on the innocence or guilt of ...
Tags: News, Sports, Sport, Canada, Soccer, United States, Hawaii, Mlb, College sports, Ncaa, Pacific, Ducks, Cal State Fullerton, Center, Wade, Astros


Kyle Larson wins, advances to tonight’s Gateway Dirt Nationals finale

NASCAR Cup star Kyle Larson captured Friday night's Main A feature in the second night of the three-night Gateway Dirt Nationals at The Dome at America's Center in downtown St. Louis. After winning his heat race earlier in the evening, Larson powered on to take the checkered flag again in the main event, holding off Cannon McIntosh, Michael Pickens, Tanner Thorson and Cole Bodine. NBC Sports' reporter Dillon Welch finished sixth, Gio Scelzi (son of four-time NHRA drag racing champ...
Tags: News, Sports, America, St Louis, Nbc Sports, Center, Larson, Kyle Larson, NHRA, The Dome, Gary Scelzi, Cannon McIntosh Michael Pickens Tanner Thorson, Dillon Welch, Gio Scelzi, Jonathan Beason Sean McClellan


Ryan Newman 11th, Christopher Bell 15th in first night of Gateway Dirt Nationals

Even though he hasn't driven a midget car on dirt for nearly 20 years, it was like getting back on a bicycle for NASCAR Cup star Ryan Newman in Thursday night's midget Main A event on the first of the three-night Arizona Sport Shirts Gateway Dirt Nationals at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis. Newman finished 11th in the 17-car field, 9.543 seconds behind winner Thomas Meserauli, who pocketed $3,000 for taking the checkered flag. Budding NASCAR star Christopher Bell was kn...
Tags: News, America, Nascar, Motor Racing, Center, Ryan Newman, Christopher Bell, The Dome, Arizona Sport Shirts, St Louis Newman, Thomas Meserauli


Director of Social Impact

Working across the Center’s activities, with a focus on development, education and artistic planning teams, the Director of Creative Leadership and Social Impact Initiatives collaborates with artists and Center administration to hold the Center accountable to the metrics and processes for Impact work as outlined by the VP of Social Impact. The Director will support the VP of Social Impact, as well as support existing artistic programs as may be requested by colleagues. The Director m...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Performing Arts, Jfk, Kennedy Center, Social Impact, Center, Creative Leadership and Social Impact Initiatives, VP of Social Impact, Social Impact Team


Director, Theater Producing and Programming

The Director, Theater Producing and Programming works with VP, Theater Producing and Programming to create, develop, and manage all aspects of program administration for the Theater department. The Director is responsible for the overall achievement and function of the Theater Producing and Programming department, with focus on the annual programmatic budget of approximately $50M and staff management. The Director may be responsible for supervising other staff within the department. ...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Washington, America, Broadway, John F Kennedy, Kennedy Center, Center, Potomac River, VP Theater Producing and Programming, Theater Producing and Programming


Gravestone Portraits Become Fragments Of The Floor In A Shopping Center

Citizens of Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan, were shocked to see the new floor in a shopping center “Alem” in details. It was not hard to notice that the floor contained fragments of gravestones with portraits of the dead… h/t: englishrussia The administration of the shopping center admitted this shocking fact and put the blame on the contractor that was responsible for the construction works and... Source
Tags: Design, Shopping, Tomb, Gravestones, Center, Ust Kamenogorsk Kazakhstan


Report Finds Surge in Number of Uninsured Children in Ohio

An increasing number of Ohio children have no health insurance coverage. A report from Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families indicates the number of uninsured children in the state increased by 28% from 2016 to 2018. That amounts to nearly 30,000 children. The Center’s Director Joan Alker authored the report. She cited policy changes as a reason for the loss in coverage. "Congress began efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, make cuts to Medicaid and delay extension of the...
Tags: Congress, Ohio, Medicaid, Center, Georgetown University, David Williams, Joan Alker, Center for Children and Families, Children 's Health Insurance Program, Alker


Parents frustrated with U.S. Center for SafeSport for delays in Anna Li, Jiani Wu abuse case

On August 23, a frustrated mother emailed a U.S. Center for SafeSport official asking for an update on the center’s investigation of allegations that two prominent coaches, Anna Li, a former U.S. national team member, and her mother Jiani Wu had physically, verbally and emotionally abused young female athletes they coached at a suburban Chicago gymnastics club. Nearly a month earlier the mother and other parents whose daughters had trained with Li and Wu filed with USA Gymnastics the first of mo...
Tags: News, China, Sports, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Olympics, Capitol Hill, Michigan, Johnson, Ucla, Center, Michigan State, Li, Wu, Moran