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Auxo invests in Andrie

Auxo Investment Partners has made an investment in Michigan-based Andrie LLC, a bulk transporter of specialty products including liquid asphalt, cement, light oil petroleum products and calcium chloride. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE February 20, 2019 (Muskegon, Mich.) – Private investment firm Auxo Investment Partners announced today that it is partnering with the Andrie family with an investment in Andrie LLC, a Michigan-based Jones Act bulk transporter of specialty products...
Tags: Trends, Michigan, Manufacturing, Great Lakes, North America, Midwest, Greg, EBITDA, Grand Rapids Mich, Business Services, PE Deals, ACM, Auxo, Auxo Investment Partners, Jeff Helminski, Jack Kolodny

Have you got any of this 'Brady Bunch' memorabilia? HGTV needs your help

Are you a collector of groovy 70s decor? If so, you may have the missing pieces to the nearly-renovated Brady Bunch house. The home that served as the exterior shot for the Brady Bunch is currently being gutted and rebuilt. HGTV and the Brady kids (who are, of course, now adults) are renovating the Studio City-based property to make its interior match what we saw on television. A Very Brady Renovation, the renovations' web series, is being shown on Facebook and a call was recently put out to l...
Tags: Facebook, Post, News, Lance Bass, Alice, Hgtv, Brady, Greg, Studio City, Brady Bunch, Groovy, The Brady Bunch, Don't Play Ball In The House

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 lineup arrives with four new models

In what may well be the most Samsung move in Samsung history, Samsung just introduced four new Samsung S10 models. For the 10th anniversary of the flagship line, Samsung is going all in on this thing. And with more information expected on Samsung’s upcoming foldable, well, that’s a lot of Samsungs, Samsung. Before we dive in to what’s bound to be a lot of words about a lot of phones, here’s the basic breakdown of the line: S10: The flagship. 6.1 inch. Starts at $900. S10+: A little bigge...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Verizon, Hardware, Microsoft, China, Samsung, Tech, Smartphones, Xiaomi, Knox, Huawei, Qualcomm, Qi, Greg, Samsungs Samsung

Episode 28: Jennifer Roberts – Data Science Superhero

  Not all Data Scientists wear lab coats to work. Intapp’s Jennifer Roberts wears a cape! On the latest episode of The Geek in Review, Marlene and Greg dive into the wonderfully geeky world of data science and its application within law firms and the legal industry. Jennifer Roberts, Manager, Strategic Research at Intapp, discusses exactly what it means to be a data scientist, and why law firms are leveraging them to help run their legal operations. When it comes to “the business of law,” Rober...
Tags: Podcast, Law, Congress, California, Uncategorized, Cisco, Eu, New York Times, Data Science, Gdpr, Cristian Farias, Greg, Jennifer, Roberts, Emily, American Association of Law Libraries

Chairman’s Note * Air Culinaire Worldwide expands to Phoenix

Dear Friends and Colleagues, I’m extremely excited to announce we’ve expanded our global Air Culinaire Worldwide network to Phoenix! Now up to 23 owned and operated locations! Our new kitchen is centrally located, so we can now support your in-flight catering needs at nine Phoenix-area airports (CHD, DVT, FFZ, FLG, GEU, GYR, IWA, PHX, SDL). The kitchen will feature our standard Air Culinaire Worldwide menu, but I encourage you to sample our regional chef specialties like our Southwest Empenada, ...
Tags: Aviation, Phoenix, Greg, In-flight Catering, Air Culinaire Worldwide, Universal News, Note Air Culinaire Worldwide

After Aurora Shooting, ‘Cross Man’ Builds 5 for His Community

Greg Zanis has delivered more than 26,000 handmade memorials for victims of shootings and natural disasters, including the five to remember last week’s shooting in Illinois.
Tags: News, Murders, Greg, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Volunteers and Community Service, Greg Zanis, Aurora (Ill, Zanis

He’s Made Thousands of Crosses for Victims. These 5 Were for His Neighbors.

Greg Zanis has delivered more than 26,000 handmade memorials for victims of shootings and natural disasters, including five after last week’s shooting in Aurora, Ill.
Tags: News, Murders, Greg, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Volunteers and Community Service, Greg Zanis, Aurora (Ill, Zanis

How to de-stress, the Sheltie way!

Max says: “It was an exhausting but bountiful Christmas!” We know how Max feels, Greg and Dianne. ;) Sheltie Nation - Largest Community of Sheltie Lovers on the Net!
Tags: Crafts, Max, Greg, Dianne, Sleeping Shelties

Episode 27: Heather Ritchie on Marketing, BD, KM, and Library Collaboration

“All Problems Are Communications Problems.” This is Greg’s go to phrase when it comes to working with and leading others. Marlene actually beats Greg to the punch this week when they talk with this week’s guest, Heather Ritchie. Heather is the  Chief Knowledge and Business Development Officer at  Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP in Toronto, and as her title suggests, she wears multiple leadership hats at her firm. In her recent ILTA KM article, “12 Ways Marketing & Business Development...
Tags: Facebook, Podcast, New York, Hollywood, Law, Uncategorized, Marketing, Toronto, Library, Collaboration, Communications, Greg, Ritchie, Business Development, Marlene, ILTA

Team Red or Team Pink

After almost 13 years of YLF, I can’t believe we haven’t run this poll, so let’s do it for Valentine’s Day. Do you prefer red or pink? Note that any shade of red or pink counts. From the darkest burgundy, wine and Bordeaux to a cool fire engine, cherry and fuchsia. From the brightest tomato red, shocking pink, neon pink, bubblegum pink and watermelon, to pale ice pink, ballet pink, mauve, dusty pink, antique pink and blush. I LOVE both red and pink, and have since I was a little girl. I’ve had a...
Tags: Fashion, Brussels, Seattle, Bordeaux, Greg, Team X Team Y

Managing a Wardrobe in Two Homes

For the last nine months we’ve been living in both Seattle and Salt Lake City. Greg is working for a company that has offices in both cities. We have a house in Seattle, and we now rent a loft apartment in Salt Lake City too. Greg is in Utah more frequently than I am, but Yorkie Sam and I try to join him every four to six weeks for about two weeks at a time. Apart from house slippers, snow boots, a short puffer jacket, trail shoes, some socks, a sun hat, beanie, and a complete set of toiletries ...
Tags: Utah, Fashion, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Greg, Wardrobe Planning, Yorkie Sam, Salt Lake City Greg

Game Haven Lodge Heaven on Earth

Game Have Lodge was absolute proof that every cloud has a silver lining. Thanks to the boss Greg everything was sorted out with the car and he alleviated our stress by giving us a free upgrade from a really nice ro
Tags: Travel, Earth, Greg

Melich rejoins Evercore ISI as senior managing director

Greg Melich has rejoined Evercore ISI‘s research team as a senior managing director. Previously, Melich worked at MoffettNathanson where he led the multichannel retail business. PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Evercore (NYSE: EVR) announced today that Greg Melich has rejoined Evercore ISI as a Senior Managing Director covering Broadline and Hardline Retailers. Mr. Melich most recently led the Multichannel Retail business at MoffettNathanson. Prior to that, as a Senior Managi...
Tags: Europe, New York, Trends, People, Middle East, North America, Morgan Stanley, Greg, Evercore ISI, North America Europe South America, MoffettNathanson, Mike Paliotta, Evercore, EVR, Greg Melich, Evercore NYSE

The best dash cams you can buy

The   Insider Picks   team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. A reliable dashboard camera can prove fault after a car accident, capture amazing footage of your road trip, or help keep an inexperienced young driver responsible out there on the roads. The Vantrue N2 Pro Dual Dash Cam is our top pick because its high-definition camera captures crystal clear footage day and night, while its cab...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Michael, Business Insider, Cam, Greg, Dash Cam, Vava

Mailbag: The Best Movie Apps, How To Watch More Movies, What To Eat At The Movies, and the Keto Diet

On the February 8, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to answer some reader emails. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). Opening Banter: It’s a slow news day today. I...
Tags: Movies, Australia, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, James Gunn, Chris, Koji, Don, Greg, Dallas Texas, Tokyo Japan, Ben Pearson, Buffalo NY, Brian Thomas, Peter Sciretta

Making the Turn: 10 Warning Signs You aren’t Shifting from Founder to Leader

By Thomas Brattle Gannett and Dr. Greg Giuliano You came up with an awesome idea. Your singular focus has been to make it real. You started a company. You got funding. Maybe you’re looking for Series B or C funding now. Maybe you’re prepping for the IPO. Congratulations! You’re ready to scale or go public. You’ve gotten this far. What could go wrong? Every founder reaches this turning point. Some make the turn. Others do not. Missing the turn or making it too late can cause a company to stagnate...
Tags: Leadership, Carnegie Mellon University, Forbes, Board, Greg, Colorado College, Toby, Aspen Institute, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, National Association of Corporate Directors NACD, Thomas Brattle Gannett, Greg Giuliano You, Board Leadership Fellow, NACD Cyber Board Oversight Program, University of Colorado Colorado Springs He, Greg Giuliano

GunFreedomRadio EP146 Magical Mystery Tour of 2019 SHOT Show

Gun Freedom Radio U.S.A. –-( We called this show the Magical Mystery Tour of 2019 SHOT Show because you never know WHO you will run into at the amazing National Shooting Sports Foundation, NSSF SHOT Show ! Hour #1 Guests: Kerry Slone – the Founder of We The Female, a non-profit organization created to both empower and provide personal security and firearm safety education to women. Kerry is a wife, mother, and successful entrepreneur, with a diverse background in multip...
Tags: Hollywood, Guns, United States, John, Benghazi, Washington State, Kerry, Tulsa, Greg, Ashley, Tiegen, Buffalo Bill Center, Dianna, Ashley Hlebinsky, Firearm News, Shooting Media News

Maine Huts and Trails Hiking

If you want to go hiking in Maine, you’ll probably end up being bombarded by options in Acadia National Park. It is the most popular hiking area in the state. However, if you are looking to get away from the crowds, but have an incredible hiking experience in Maine, then you’ll want to go west away from the coast and into the Maine high peaks region where you’ll find 10 4,000 foot peaks. There you will also find the Maine Huts and Trails Organization. It is a nonprofit organization whose mission...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, Hiking, Amc, US, National Parks, Maine, Portland, Greg, Ottsworld Unique Travel, Flagstaff, Moosehead Lake, Acadia National Park, Western Mountain, European Alps, Deuter

‘Brady Bunch’ actor Barry Williams’ longtime Malibu family home seeks $6.37 million

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Tags: Business, Housing, Sport, Soccer, Williams, Pasadena, Craig, Malibu, Joan Collins, Hgtv, Brady, Greg, Linda Evans, Marcia, Studio City, Barry Williams

Trilobites: Beaked Whales Are the Deepest Divers

Cuvier’s beaked whales off Cape Hatteras dive farther and stay underwater longer than any other marine mammal.
Tags: News, Sonar, Greg, Duke University, Schorr, Shearer, Jeanne, Cape Hatteras, Journal of Applied Ecology, Whales and Whaling, Diving and Divers, Royal Society Open Science (Journal, Cuvier, Your-feed-science, Cuvier's beaked whales

Buying a home by age 35 is worth it now – and later, study shows

By Beth Buczynski, Nicole Christianson, a 26-year-old sales rep, was tired of writing big checks for tiny apartments. And she wanted to do more with her cash than stash it in a savings account. One night, she and her husband Thure, 28, took a look at their newly combined finances and uncovered a pleasant surprise: Together, they had saved enough for a 5 percent down payment on the affordable fixer-upper right across the street from their Milwaukee apartment. They closed in Decembe...
Tags: Navy, Milwaukee, Usda, Sport, Soccer, Nerdwallet, Greg, Urban Institute, Department of Agriculture, Norfolk Virginia, Federal Housing Administration, Goodman, Avila, Laurie Goodman, Christianson, Avilas

Kincannon & Reed announces unexpected death of its chairman

In Virginia, Kincannon & Reed announced the passing of its chairman Gregory J. Duerksen. Greg died unexpectedly in Richmond, VA on Thursday, Jan. 31. Greg joined Kincannon & Reed in 2001 and became chairman and CEO in 2007. Part of Greg’s long-term vision for the firm was evolving the leadership structure to expand the partner group and bring in a food executive as president and CEO for day-to-day management, allowing Greg to move into the Chairman role and focus on what he loved:  building rela...
Tags: Virginia, Producer News, Reed, Greg, Richmond VA, Kincannon & Reed, Kincannon, Virginia Kincannon Reed, Gregory J Duerksen Greg

RAJAR Q4 2018: National brands and London radio update

Radio’s total reach has dropped more significantly in London over the past 12 months than across the rest of the UK. Total UK radio audiences were down 0.9% in Q4/18 compared with Q4/17, but in the capital the drop was 3.9% – with some stations losing hundreds of thousands of listeners. But we can’t lose sight of the fact that 88% of the population still listen to the radio at some point each week. Despite Radio 1’s falling audience, Greg James added 231,000 listeners to his Radio 1 breakfast...
Tags: UK, England, London, Top, Scotland, Digital, Global, Bbc, Industry, Radio, Liverpool, Manchester, Grimmy, Magic, LBC, Dave Berry

Alex & Greg’s Fun & Relaxed Canberra Wedding

Alex & Greg Sometimes a wedding filled with pomp and circumstance just isn’t your jam and if that’s you, then the wedding of Alex and Greg is a must read, because these two? They did it their way. They did away with everything that didn’t work for them- grand entrances, a bridal party, a first dance. Instead, they spent the day together, celebrating with guests with amazing food, amazing gin (yes please!) their favourite four-legged friends and plenty of sunshine. Continue reading Alex & Greg’s ...
Tags: Wedding, Canberra, Alex, Bride, Greg, Inspired Weddings, Australia - ACT, Alex Greg

A little more lift we look at a whole week of soarable weather we presume that each day will get better as the temperature rises. Today was a little better than yesterday. We were able to get over 2,800' (2,700' AGL). Light northeast winds. No cu's. A few of us were able to get away leaving at 2,800' and heading north northwest. I ...
Tags: Rob, John, Greg, AGL, John Simon, Mascotte

#RHOA Nene & Gregg Leakes Named Ambassadors For American Cancer Society… (PHOTOS)

Nene Leakes of The Real Housewives of Atlanta and her husband Gregg Leakes attended the 2019 Super Bowl Gospel Celebration at Atlanta Symphony Hall on January 31, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. [READ: Celebs Attend the 20th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Awards in Atlanta (PHOTOS)] The couple attended the event on behalf of the American Cancer Society as their first role as ambassadors. More photos + details below… (more…) Related Posts #RHOA Nene Leakes Explains Why She Labeled ‘The View’ Ho...
Tags: Featured, Celebrities, News, Atlanta, Greg, Atlanta Georgia, American Cancer Society, Nene Leakes, Atlanta Gossip, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Gregg Leakes, RHOA Nene, Atlanta Symphony Hall

Episode 26: Cat Moon on Legal Problem Solving for the 21st Century

Vanderbilt Law School Professor, Cat Moon, doesn’t just have one of the coolest names in the legal industry, she also brings insights and a perspective on the human element of legal project management. Human centered design thinking is a core function of her teaching. It all goes back to the fact that you can teach law students, lawyers, and legal managers all the concepts in the world, but it’s all for naught if you leave out the human element. Professor Moon also gives a brutally honest view o...
Tags: Facebook, Podcast, New York, Law, Congress, Uncategorized, New York Times, Moon, Legal Project Management, Thomson Reuters, Devil, Pacer, South Florida, Greg, James Goodnow, Marlene

How Boring Was the Super Bowl? The Punts Got Exciting

The game featured a 65-yarder, the longest in Super Bowl history. That didn’t wow the crowds but it did show how important defense was for the winning Patriots.
Tags: News, Football, Super Bowl, New England Patriots, Anderson, Gurley, Todd, Greg, Los Angeles Rams, Goff, McVay, Zuerlein, Hekker, C J (1991-, Jared T (1994-, Sean (1986-

Whicker: Despite its wounded image, is football beginning to heal itself?

ATLANTA — The cultural needle, wielded by Saturday Night Live, pointed squarely at football last March. The bit was an interview with sporting champions. Charles Barkley and Alex Rodriguez were joined by cast member Kenan Thompson, playing D.C. Timmons, “the hardest-hitting man in football” as a Pittsburgh linebacker. Barkley and Rodriguez were suave and funny. Timmons was a one-car pileup. He kept calling his fellow guests “Greg.” He talked about how tough football was and said, “If you want to...
Tags: California, Washington, Sports, NFL, Toronto, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Steelers, Arizona, New Orleans, Tom Brady, NHL, Saints, Cte, Usc

The IM Saturday Monks Brunch: February 2, 2019

Icicles transforming the winter sky and trees on a brilliant sunny day. Photo by jaisril at Flickr The IM Saturday Monks Brunch: February 2, 2019 The cold grows colder, even as the days grow longer, February’s mercury vapor light buffing but not defrosting the bone-white ground, crusty and treacherous underfoot. This is the time of year that’s apt to put a hammerlock on a healthy appetite, old anxieties back into the night, insomnia and nightmares into play; when things in need of doing go undo...
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