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As Performances In Italy Remain Banned, Competitive Ballroom Dancing Waltzes On

“[Competitors] are preparing for the Italian Championships in Rimini in July and as such are allowed to keep practicing, given that the government considers their activity in the national interest. It’s the same allowance that has enabled other federally recognized competitive athletes to keep training in Italy even during the latest round of virus-related closures.” – AP
Tags: Art, Dance, Italy, RIMINI, 04.05.21


Biography Pellico, Silvio: Meine Gefängnisse. V1 [German] 22.2.2021

Der Leser von Ricarda Huchs "Das Risorgimento" kennt den Verfasser des vorliegenden eBooks: es ist der italienische Dichter Silvio Pellico (seine Tragödie "Francesca da Rimini", 1815, genießt bis heute in Italien großen Ruhm), der seine Gefängniserfahrungen — besonders auf dem Spielberg (in Brünn, Mähren), einer Gefängnisfestung, deren Verwaltung der bornierte, hasserfüllte Kaiser Franz I. von Österreich zur vordringlichen Chefsache gemacht hatte — 1832 in dem Erinnerungsbuch "Le mie prigioni" (...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Spielberg, RIMINI, Francesca, Ricarda Huchs, Der Leser, Meine Gefängnisse, Dichter Silvio Pellico, Brünn Mähren, Gefängnisfestung, Kaiser Franz I von Österreich, Lithographie, Giuseppe Moricci, Silvio Pellico, Franz Zschech


COVID-19: Innovating a New Approach to Service

Have you been skiing or riding this year? If so, you've experienced a new sensation - standing atop a snow-covered ridgeline, soaking in the alpine peaks and feeling a small freedom from the COVID-19 restrictions that have ruled your life for eight months. Utah's resorts have been busy since last March, innovating ways to get open, stay open and provide a safe and meaningful experience for guests. In this episode of Last Chair, we visited some of Utah's iconic resorts to learn how they are manag...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Park, Skiing, Alan, Suzy, Albion, Collins, Sarah, Grace, Tom, Don, Alta, Brandon, Julie, Southern Hemisphere


The Analyst Cam: Rimini Street Database Support Survey

As we have moved to virtual vendor briefings, I have increasingly been excerpting short segments (with permission from vendors), as part of my Analyst Cam series. Dan Ashton, Senior Director, Product Marketing covers multiple databases at Rimini Street - Oracle,... [Author: vinnie]
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, Oracle, Sap, Vinnie, RIMINI, Enterprise Software (IBM, Analyst Cam, Enterprise Software (Open Source, Dan Ashton


How Filmmaker Anita Rivaroli Lured Foo Fighters to a Small Town in Italy

In 2015, desperate to get his favorite band, Foo Fighters, to play in Cesena, a small town near Rimini, Italian marine geologist Fabio Zaffagnini came up with a rather unorthodox solution. Reportedly inspired by the prank pulled by the team of “School of Rock,” which saw Jack Black and Richard Linklater asking Led Zeppelin to […]
Tags: News, Foo Fighters, Global, Italy, Richard Linklater, Jack Black, RIMINI, Cesena, IDFA, Anita Rivaroli, Fabio Zaffagnini


How Foo Fighters Came to Play in a Small Town in Italy

In 2015, desperate to get his favorite band, Foo Fighters, to play in Cesena, a small town near Rimini, Italian marine geologist Fabio Zaffagnini came up with a rather unorthodox solution. Reportedly inspired by the prank pulled by the team of “School of Rock,” which saw Jack Black and Richard Linklater asking Led Zeppelin to […]
Tags: News, Foo Fighters, Global, Italy, Richard Linklater, Jack Black, RIMINI, Cesena, Small Town, IDFA, Anita Rivaroli, Fabio Zaffagnini


The Analyst Cam: Rimini Street - the "secret sauce"

As we have moved to virtual vendor briefings, I have increasingly been excerpting short segments (with permission from vendors), as part of my Analyst Cam series. Rimini Street has provided third party maintenance to Oracle and SAP customers for 15... [Author: vinnie]
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, Oracle, Sap, Vinnie, RIMINI, Rimini Street, Enterprise Software (IBM, Analyst Cam


United States: Oracle Notches Major Win Against Rimini In Nevada District Court - Tactical Law Group LLP

In a 94-page opinion, Nevada Federal District Court Judge Larry Hicks handed Oracle a huge win against arch rival Rimini Street. There are lots of interesting points in the Order that will...
Tags: News, United States, RIMINI, Larry Hicks, Nevada Federal District Court


Rimini Days 4 and 5 and 6 Lifes a beach but at least were all socially distancing

For our final day in Rimini we had booked a couple of sun beds and an umbrella on beach 21 the section allocated to our hotel. As the majority of this day was spent at the beach where I had my eyes closed most of the time I have merged today with tomo
Tags: Travel, RIMINI


Rimini day 2 A Stroll through the Old Town

After a decent nights sleep we both woke refreshed after the long day we experienced yesterday. Breakfast normally a hot and cold buffet was waitress service only. Menus were placed at each table and orders taken accordingly. It was basic but adequat
Tags: Travel, Old Town, RIMINI


Rimini day 1 Stress and worry almost back to normal

The virus has been around for seven months now. The UK has recently relaxed its lockdown rules. The European infection rate declined during the lock down. However since the reopening of most businesses the infection rate has started to creep up from thre
Tags: Travel, UK, RIMINI


Pandolfo and Sigismondo V Canto: Two Faces of a Hero

The two new fragrances by V Canto, Sigismondo and Pandolfo, were inspired by one person from the history of Italy. Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta (1417-1468), condottiere and governor, was one of the most daring military leaders of his time, the famous "Wolf of Romagna" and Signor of Rimini and Fano. The Malatesta family got its surname from the nickname of the family's founder who was famous for h... Read full article: Pandolfo and Sigismondo V Canto: Two Faces of a Hero from Fragrantica Perfum...
Tags: Fashion, Italy, Wolf, RIMINI, Romagna, Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, Malatesta, Signor, Sigismondo, Pandolfo, Sigismondo V Canto, Canto Sigismondo


Costa di più andare in vacanza a Dubai o Rimini? (VIDEO)

In questo articolo proveremo a fare un confronto tra quella che può essere una vacanza in Italia rispetto a quella
Tags: Travel, Video, Dubai, RIMINI, Consigli di viaggio, Viaggi a Dubai, Voli Dubai, Vacanza, Costo, Quanto costa, Video YouTube, Stop over a dubai, Riviera Romagnola


Alone on the Adriatic: The Italian Resort of Rimini Opens Carefully to Summer Tourists

Germans are finally able to travel to their favorite holiday destination again: Italy. In the tourist city of Rimini, hosts are setting up lounge chairs and putting out the umbrellas, but even so, this summer won't be the same.
Tags: Italy, RIMINI


United States: Oracle Contends Rimini Can't Legally Access Its Support Website Without Oracle's Permission - Tactical Law Group LLP

As discussed in our previous blogpost, in Rimini I Oracle sued Rimini Street ("Rimini") in the District Court of Nevada asserting a number of claims including copyright infringement.
Tags: News, United States, RIMINI, Permission Tactical Law Group LLP, Rimini Street Rimini, District Court of Nevada


Tech CEOs say they plan to scale back on real estate for offices now that they know everyone can work from home, and it's not good news for WeWork

Office workers have been working at home en masse across the world for about a month and have been successfully maintaining their productivity, tech CEOs tell Business Insider. This is causing CEOs to rethink whether they really need to provide office space for everyone. Some CEOs are starting to think about using offices more like "flex-space" meeting rooms, rather than as permanent desks. One New York VC who has invested in real estate startups thinks that a whole new business model may emer...
Tags: Japan, New York, San Francisco, Trends, Cnn, Larry Ellison, Tokyo, Las Vegas, WeWork, Nissan, Todd Mckinnon, Osaka, Donnell, RIMINI, Honda Toyota, McKinnon


'Extraordinary' recovery: 101-year-old Italian man with COVID-19 was released from the hospital

"Mr. P." was born during the Spanish flu pandemic. His recovery from COVID-19 gives Italy "hope for the future," Rimini's deputy mayor said.
Tags: News, Italy, RIMINI, COVID


101-year-old Italian man released from hospital after recovering from coronavirus

A 101-year-old man has been released from hospital after recovering from the novel coronavirus, Gloria Lisi, the deputy mayor of the Italian city of Rimini, has said.
Tags: Cnn, RIMINI, Gloria Lisi


Inspired by Rimini: a tour of Fellini’s magical home town

The fabled director’s centenary is being celebrated with a major exhibition in the city where he was born, but just strolling the streets gives a taste of its allureRimini is best-known for its vast swathe of Adriatic beach – and as the birthplace of revered film director Federico Fellini. The visionary behind La Dolce Vita and 8½ is regarded by fans and critics as one of the world’s greatest film-makers. I explored “his” city, including its Old Town, where Fellini grew up, taking in history and...
Tags: Travel, Film, Rome, Cultural Trips, Federico Fellini, Europe Holidays, Italy Holidays, Old Town, La Dolce Vita, Adriatic, RIMINI, Fellini, Film-inspired holidays


‘Calvinists’ Before Calvin? Predestination in the History of the Church

ABSTRACT: Luther’s and Calvin’s Catholic contemporaries argued against Reformed doctrine because it disagreed with the teaching of Rome. The Reformers argued, first, that their doctrines agreed with Scripture, but they also appealed to church history. Predestination and the other doctrines of grace were, according to them, not novel teachings, but teachings held as far back as the church fathers — especially Augustine. For our ongoing series of feature articles by scholars for pastors...
Tags: England, New York, Milan, London, Church, Religion, Rome, Cambridge, Catholic Church, Nashville, Philadelphia, Catholic, John, Luther, Damascus, Christ


Tempestuous Francesca da Rimini opens Concertgebouw Saturday matinee series

Two Russian love letters to the tragic thirteenth century noblewoman Francesca da Rimini inaugurated the Saturday matinee series at the Concertgebouw.
Tags: Religion, RIMINI, Francesca, Francesca Da Rimini


Moto E Releases Revised Schedule

A New Schedule Adds Races Following the devastating fire in the paddock that housed all the bikes in Jerez, Spain. Moto E has released a new schedule that actually adds races to the calendar. According to the new schedule, there will be four events and six races held to finish the season. Here’s a look at where and when the events will be held: Sachsenring, Germany (July 5 to 7) Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Austria (August 9 to 11) Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, San Marino and Riviera di ...
Tags: Germany, Austria, Motorcycles, Riviera, Electric Motorcycles, RIMINI, Jerez Spain, Motorcycle News, Moto E, Sachsenring Germany July, Red Bull Ring Spielberg Austria, Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli San Marino, Circuit Ricardo Tormo Comunitat Valenciana


Tuesday round-up

Yesterday the court released orders from Friday’s conference, adding a patent case to its docket for next term and declining to review two related cases involving public funding of religious institutions. Amy Howe covers the order list for this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court. At Jurist, Erin McCarthy Holliday covers the patent case, Iancu v. NantKwest, which asks whether a federal law allowing a patent applicant to seek review of a patent denial in district court but re...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Wall Street, Court, Bloomberg, Ap, Cnn, House, New York Times, New Jersey, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Los Angeles Times, Round-up, Thomas, Copyright Office


What links US Supreme Court, copyright legal bills, and stadium hot dog prices? A: Oracle

You can't full me, Larry: Rimini swerves $13m invoice in crucial ruling on 'full' versus 'all' Oracle can't relieve Rimini Street's coffers of $12.8m in legal bills, the US Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Monday. The database giant tried to recover non-taxable court costs from Rimini, which the Supremes have now, in a pivotal decision, said are off limits in a copyright case.…
Tags: Software, US supreme court, Supremes, Larry, RIMINI, Rimini Street


Fouled waters reveal lasting legacy of US mining industry

RIMINI, Mont. (AP) — Every day many millions of gallons of water loaded with arsenic, lead and other toxic metals flow from some of the most contaminated mining sites in the U.S. and into surrounding lakes and streams without being treated, The Associated Press has found. That torrent is poisoning aquatic life and tainting drinking […]
Tags: Business, Science, News, US, Nation, Associated Press, RIMINI, Mont AP


Ardian to acquire Italian beverage solutions company Celli

Ardian has agreed to acquire Celli, an Italian beverage solutions company. The seller is Consilium. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE Milan, February 11 2019. Ardian, a world-leading private investment house, announces the signing of a binding agreement for the acquisition of 100% of Celli S.p.A., the leading Italian beverage solutions company, which is currently owned by Consilium – an asset management company specializing in private equity – and the Celli family. Senior manageme...
Tags: Asia, Europe, UK, Americas, US, Trends, Santiago, United Kingdom, Italy, Group, Seoul, Coca Cola, Zurich, RIMINI, Celli, San Giovanni


Iseo Lake

I always talk about my experiences around the world and rarely about my hometown but this time I would like to dedicate a couple of blogs to my favourite places nearby my city Brescia. I was actually born in Rimini but since the age of 8 I grew up in
Tags: Travel, RIMINI, Brescia, Iseo Lake


Rimini and Oracle's legal eagles return to the ring in front of Supreme Court

Top US justices hear oral arguments in copyright battle Rimini Street and Oracle were once again at odds in the courtroom yesterday, as the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the pair's long-running copyright battle.…
Tags: Supreme Court, US, Software, Oracle, US supreme court, RIMINI, Rimini Street


Argument analysis: Quiescent bench dubious about broad fee awards in copyright cases

The week’s second argument, Rimini Street v. Oracle USA, has the justices considering the scope of fees available to a prevailing party in litigation under the federal Copyright Act. Sitting for the second week without Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the bench was remarkably quiescent. To the extent the justices evinced any strong interest in the case, they seemed skeptical about allowing broad fee awards. The case calls for a reading of Section 505 of the Copyright Act, which defines the recove...
Tags: Featured, Law, Congress, Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Paul Clement, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, Perry, Roberts, Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, Kagan, RIMINI, Clement, Mark Perry


Monday round-up

This morning the justices begin the second week of the January sitting with two oral arguments. First up is Thacker v. Tennessee Valley Authority, in which the court will decide whether an implied discretionary function exception bars a negligence claim against the TVA. Gregory Sisk previewed the case for this blog. Ushin Hong and Russell Mendelson have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. This morning’s second argument is in Rimini Street Inc. v. Oracle USA Inc., which...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, White House, Court, United States, Wyoming, New York Times, Fox News, Npr, Oklahoma, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Cornell, Hyatt, Round-up, Reuters