This island would make the perfect getaway — if you’ve got the cash
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"We did what we came to do - and so much more," Mr Trump says, a day before he leaves office.
The declaration comes a day before the Trump administration hands over to President-elect Joe Biden.
Brigit Stryder releases ‘I See You: A Journey out of Abuse by Creating a Conversation with Your Inner Child’ MANHATTAN, NY, Jan. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Brigit Stryder has been a victim of sexual abuse and has been a therapist for over two decades. She has devoted her craft and experiences to finding new tools to help her clients and herself to continue to recover from this type of violation and trauma. Her own personal work has led her to use ritual to honor and ‘see’ the inner child fully for the first time, and her professional training has helped her create scripts using emotional freedom technique, to open the much needed dialogue from the now formed adult self to give a voice to the ‘silent/buried/unconscious inner child self. “I See You: A Journey out of Abuse by Creating a Conversation with Your Inner Child” (published by Balboa Press) shares the raw account of how Stryder struggled for years with her untold story of sexual abuse and her journey out of the cycle of feeling like a victim. She provides honest and vulnerable details of her childhood story that many can identify with. She narrates how the journey back into herself gave her the tools to step off the trauma treadmill and bring her girl home. In this self-improvement book, Stryder tells how she harnesses the power of emotional freedom technique (EFT) tapping and ritual as tools to support others’ individual process. “This is a refreshing new way of approaching a delicate topic with compassion and professional guidance. There are so many of us that have unshared/buried or scary secrets of abuse that need to be spoken out loud. My book is written so that the reader feels safe, perhaps for the first time, to begin to be guided out of the agony of shame and secrecy and to living a more empowered life,” Stryder says. “If in the past no one would listen…. I am listening.” When asked what she wants readers to take away from the book, Stryder answers, “Recovery, loving themselves more by hearing and attending to their own wounded inner child's memories and experiences, where the adults of our past did not and perhaps still don’t and feel the hope re-emerge that was also buried with the secrets of abuse, in all its forms.” For more details about the book, please visit https://www.balboapress.com/en/bookstore/bookdetails/771674-i-see-you “I See You: A Journey out of Abuse by Creating a Conversation with Your Inner Child” By Brigit Stryder Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 244 pages | ISBN 9781982257583 Softcover | 6 x 9in | 244 pages | ISBN 9781982257569 E-Book | 244 pages | ISBN 781982257576 Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble About the Author Brigit Stryder has been a practicing psychotherapist for 25 years. During this time, she has helped many clients suffering from childhood sexual abuse. Stryder has worked in a drug rehabilitation clinic using her emotional freedom technique skills to help people suffering from addiction to recovery. She also conducts women circles and dream groups empowering her clients to explore and develop their own relationship to the unconscious mind. Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, Inc. – a leading provider in publishing products that specialize in self-help and the mind, body, and spirit genres. Through an alliance with the worldwide self-publishing leader Author Solutions, LLC, authors benefit from the leadership of Hay House Publishing and the speed-to-market advantages of the self-publishing model. For more information, visit balboapress.com. To start publishing your book with Balboa Press, call 844-682-1282 today. Attachment Cover_l CONTACT: Marketing Services Balboa Press 844-682-1282 email@example.com
Syros Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: SYRS), a leader in the development of medicines that control the expression of genes, announced today that it has priced an underwritten public offering of 5,400,000 shares of common stock at a public offering price of $14.00 per share, which would result in gross proceeds of approximately $75.6 million, before underwriting discounts and commissions. The proceeds of the offering are expected to be used to fund the development of Syros’ ongoing clinical and preclinical programs, and for working capital and other general corporate purposes. All shares are being offered by Syros. Closing of the offering is expected to occur on or about January 22, 2021, subject to customary closing conditions. Syros has also granted the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 810,000 shares of common stock offered in the public offering on the same terms and conditions.
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Demetri Garcia describes the experience of going back to his seventh grade classroom after a month in COVID-19 quarantine as being akin to his stomach “collapsing in on itself.” “I got into the classroom, and saw my classmates, who all said: ‘Welcome back!’ and it made my stomach feel even worse. I sat down in my chair, tried not to look at them, and stayed silent because of the sheer fear of being back,” the 12-year-old wrote in a recent non-fiction narrative assignment at River Heights School in Winnipeg. “I was scared to be in public and talk to people again.” A positive COVID-19 test is unnerving enough, let alone having to return to junior high school after the fact — unsure of how people will act. In an interview with the Free Press, Demetri recalled not wanting to talk about the experience at all, once he first returned to school in late November; instead, he wanted to shrink in his seat. But days later, he decided to put his feelings on paper when given the chance in English class. Following a lesson on how to show rather than tell through writing, Demetri and his peers were tasked with picking an emotion they once felt strongly and then describe the scene with descriptive language. Demetri picked “anxiety.” His final piece, “Back in School” would be published in a classroom collection of best non-fiction narrative works from the fall. “This kind of writing is about telling your truth. We’re trying to teach kids to be honest,” said Colin Steele, a retired teacher who has been filling in for an absence at River Heights School. Steele said it’s been his job as a teacher this school year to gauge how students are feeling and make them feel as comfortable as possible. Citing how visibly anxious Demetri was upon his return, Steele said he was surprised Demetri chose to be so vulnerable in writing, which was shared with, and well-received by, the rest of the class. Not only was Demetri stressed out about being around other people after being cooped up in his room alone for weeks, the Grade 7 student said he also worried about the academic workload he had to catch up on. After learning his father had tested positive for the novel coronavirus — having been deemed a close contact of a co-worker who had broken public health directives and attended a Halloween party — Demetri went to get swabbed with his mother, who he was staying with at the time. Only Demetri, who spends time at both his mother and father’s homes, received a positive test result, in early November. He experienced a sore throat, nausea, dizziness, a cough and at one point, woke up in the middle of the night and couldn’t move. “It just sucks as a parent, when you can’t do anything for your kid... knowing that he was struggling with an illness that nobody can really help him with,” said Gorete Rodrigues. Rodrigues added the situation was made even more frustrating since both she and Demetri’s father had been “extra cautious” because each household has a baby. Meantime, Demetri said his school has been strict about COVID-19 precautions. Among them: masking, announcement reminders to stay apart, and physical distancing requirements. The principal, Demetri said, has entered his classroom more than once with a measuring stick to ensure desks are spaced two metres apart. “I always thought it was real and I was pretty careful and I just kind of stayed away from people. I have the same mind-set (now),” he said, adding it is annoying to see other students mingling around in clusters outside after school. His advice for peers who are not taking the pandemic seriously? “It was not fun. It was hard to breathe, so if you value being able to breathe, take it seriously.” Maggie Macintosh, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Winnipeg Free Press
James Wosochlo, Jr. imagines how Matthias Schaumboch murdered travelers in his debut novel, ‘Appalachian’ ALAMOSA, Colo., Jan. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Based on the true story of America’s unofficial first serial killer, “Appalachian: Schaumboch’s Tavern” (published by Archway Publishing) by James Wosochlo, Jr. takes readers on a journey to the Appalachian Mountains where travelers in the 1800s went missing, murdered by the local tavern owner. Beginning with Matthias Schaumboch on his deathbed due to dementia in 1889, he confesses to murdering 14 people, but adds that because his memory isn’t good, there may have been more. Next, the new buyers of his tavern discover human bones and skulls in the four water wells on the property. Jumping back to 1850, the novel follows Matthias and his wife Margret as they began their journey as tavern owners until it comes full circle back to how the book opened. Wosochlo hopes his book gives readers “Knowledge of local history and what happened. A sense of such a beautiful area to live and grow, beautiful forest, animals. But a sense of a darkness that once ruled these lands.” “Appalachian” is available for purchase online at the Archway link above, at Barnes & Noble and on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/Appalachian-Schaumbochs-James-Jr-Wosochlo/dp/1480898759. “Appalachian” By James Wosochlo, Jr. Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 254 pages | ISBN 9781480898769 Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 254 pages | ISBN 9781480898752 E-Book | 254 pages | ISBN 9781480898776 Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble About the Author James Wosochlo, Jr. grew up in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania and has a passion for history and finding native and colonial artifacts on the family farm and surrounding areas. He has a love for all things outdoors. Former president of Deer Lake & West Brunswick Fire Company, former president of Pennsylvania Archaeology Society for Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley Chapter. Wosochlo also has worked for production industry in the cities of Reading and Pottsville Pennsylvania and now resides in Colorado as a supervisor for the world’s largest mineral mining company. Wosochlo also has loved to be in films and TV series in the Philadelphia and New York City areas as a background cast actor, Creed II, Saints of Newark, 21 Bridges to name a few. “Appalachian” is Wosochlo’s first novel and he is currently working on his second. Simon & Schuster, a company with nearly ninety years of publishing experience, has teamed up with Author Solutions, LLC, the worldwide leader in self-publishing, to create Archway Publishing. With unique resources to support books of all kind, Archway Publishing offers a specialized approach to help every author reach his or her desired audience. For more information, visit www.archwaypublishing.com or call 844-669-3957. Attachment Cover_l CONTACT: Marketing Services Archway Publishing 844-669-3957 firstname.lastname@example.org
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — Months-old embers from a deadly California fire were blown back to life Tuesday by powerful winds that raked the state and prompted safety blackouts to tens of thousands of people. Firefighters chased wind-driven blazes up and down the state, trees and trucks were toppled, Yosemite National Park was forced to close and two coronavirus vaccination centres were shut down. South of San Francisco, the state’s firefighting agency said it responded to 13 vegetation fires in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties in 12 hours, and isolated evacuations were ordered for a total of 120 homes near two of them. The fires were small, with the largest no more than a couple dozen acres, and by nightfall were “creeping" rather than racing, according to state fire website descriptions. Two were within the area burned by last year's CZU Lightning Complex inferno. “Fires within the CZU Lightning Complex burn area were regenerated by high winds,” the local unit of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection tweeted. The complex started Aug. 16, 2020, during a barrage of lightning strikes. Separate fires merged, torching 1,500 buildings across 135 square miles (350 square kilometres) in San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties. One person died. The Santa Cruz Mountains have a thick layer of “duff,” dead vegetation under heavy timber in which deep smouldering embers can be revived by the wind, said Cecile Juliette, a Cal Fire spokeswoman. Cal Fire received nonstop reports of toppled trees and branches during the windstorm, Juliette said. Small fires blazed throughout the state, though most were quickly stopped from spreading and posed no serious threat to homes. The largest, near Bakersfield in the San Joaquin Valley, burned about 1 square mile (2.77 square kilometres) but was mostly surrounded. In both the north and south, residents were blacked out by utilities to prevent downed or damaged power lines from sparking blazes. Southern California Edison shut off power to more than 78,000 homes and businesses in seven counties and was considering blacking out well over a quarter-million more. Pacific Gas & Electric cut power to more than 5,000 customers. That was in addition to nearly 300,000 customers in the northern and central parts of the state that had lost power because of the weather. About 70,000 remained without power by Tuesday evening. Most of California is experiencing drought conditions and the remainder is considered abnormally dry. Winter snowfall and rain have largely been woeful. Gusts howled at speeds up to 95 mph (152.8 kph) in the Mayacamas Mountains to the north of San Francisco Bay, and winds raised clouds of ash and dust from wildfire burn scars across Monterey County, the regional National Weather Service office said. High wind warnings were posted in the Sierra Nevada and adjacent foothills. “People should avoid being outside in forested areas and around trees and branches,” the Hanford weather office wrote. “If possible, remain in the lower levels of your home during the windstorm, and avoid windows. Use caution if you must drive.” Yosemite National Park closed for the day, citing the winds and downed trees that smashed trucks and at least one building. The park said it could remain closed until Friday morning. In Southern California, the region’s notorious Santa Ana winds were ramping up, making travel hazardous for big rigs. Some were blown over. One gust hit 86 mph (138.4 kph) in northern Los Angeles County, the National Weather Service said. The wind forced closure of a mass COVID-19 vaccination site at Hansen Dam in the San Fernando Valley. Another site at a Disneyland parking lot was closed in advance of the gusts. The city of Los Angeles instituted its program of restricting parking in hilly neighbourhoods where narrow, winding streets can be difficult for fire engines to manoeuvr. Downtown Los Angeles has had only 1.95 inches (4.95 centimetres) of rain since the Oct. 1 start of the “water year,” nearly 4 inches (10.16 centimetres) below normal. The Associated Press
A new, government-funded, not-for-profit organization opened its doors Tuesday in Winnipeg, with the express purpose of helping the Prairie region recognize the risks, and potential opportunities, presented due to climate change. ClimateWest will serve as a resource hub supported by some of the top climate-focused research organizations in the country: Prairie Adaptation Research Collaborative, based at the University of Regina; Prairie Climate Centre, based at the University of Winnipeg; and International Institute for Sustainable Development, with its headquarters in Winnipeg. ClimateWest will focus on research and recommendations that address how communities will need to change and adapt in a warming world, instead of on the emissions mitigation side of the equation. “Our mandate is to support greater climate adaptation across the Prairies by empowering people, businesses, communities, governments to use climate information and data in their decision making,” executive director Jane Hilderman said in an interview with the Free Press. Hilderman said she knows, especially for smaller communities that can’t afford to bring someone onto the municipal payroll to look at climate change impacts, the amount of information available is daunting and hard to sort through. The hope is ClimateWest can help bridge the gap. David Sauchyn, Prairie Adaptation Research Collaborative director, said the time has come: adaptation must be a bigger part of the conversations had about climate change. “PARC’s been in the adaptation business for more than 20 years now. Initially, when we were launched, people complained that we’d given up on climate change, that if you focus on adaptation then you’re assuming that the climate is changing. And people weren’t sure 20 years ago, now they’re absolutely certain the climate is changing,” he said. “So, even though mitigation is absolutely necessary to slow the rate of climate change, we know we’re living in a changed climate and therefore a certain amount of adaptation is required.” Economic analysis of adaptation costs proves time and time again investing in adaptation earlier rather than later is beneficial, he said. The first order of business for ClimateWest will be to establish a help desk, which will provide a public service of answering climate adaptation questions. “Whether it’s a small town trying to track down the most relevant climate data for its geography and region, whether it’s a city planner that’s wondering if they have the right kind of design specs in terms of building for anticipated weather extremes,” Hilderman said, the vast research knowledge of the founding three partners will be tapped. Sauchyn was one of the lead authors on a recent report released by Natural Resources Canada that identified how significant the impacts of climate change in the Prairies already have been, as well as how it will progress. “Probably, the most challenging impact of climate change is going to be how it’s amplifying the severity of our weather. So, the wet seems to be getting wetter, the dry seems to be getting dryer,” Sauchyn said. Funding for the research hub comes from the Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta provincial governments, as well as the federal government. Sarah Lawrynuik, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Winnipeg Free Press
Calgary, Alberta--(Newsfile Corp. - January 19, 2021) - Bengal Energy Ltd. (TSX: BNG) ("Bengal" or the "Company") is pleased to provide an update on ongoing operational matters.Water Injection Pilot - The Cuisinier pilot project is scheduled to commence active water injection in late January 2021. This program is designed to begin increasing pressure in the pool and thereby increase the expected oil recovery in both productivity and reserves. As injected volumes ramp up the ...
James Harper v. Charles P. Rettig, et al.Washington, D.C., Jan. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The New Civil Liberties Alliance, a nonpartisan, nonprofit civil rights group, filed a Memo in Opposition to IRS’s Motion to Dismiss today in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire in the case of Harper v. Rettig, et al. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) seeks to dismiss the case of NCLA client and cryptocurrency holder, James Harper, who is suing the agency—and several unknown individual IRS agents in their personal capacity—over violations of his Fourth and Fifth Amendment constitutional rights. Mr. Harper had contracted with third-party virtual currency exchanges to protect his private information against unlawful government intrusion. Despite his efforts to ensure his records were properly safeguarded, IRS brazenly gathered sensitive information about Mr. Harper’s use of virtual currency from the third-party exchanges without a lawful subpoena. NCLA contends that IRS’s attempt to avoid the Court’s jurisdiction is a misguided effort to avoid a significant constitutional challenge to IRS’s unlawful data collection practices. Mr. Harper is one of 10,000 virtual currency owners who received a letter from IRS in 2019 informing him the agency had obtained his financial records related to ownership of bitcoin. In this case, IRS violated the Fourth Amendment by issuing an informal demand for Mr. Harper’s financial records from a third party, even though it lacked any particularized suspicion that he had violated any law. Notably, IRS does not dispute in its motion to dismiss that it acquired Mr. Harper’s information without a lawful subpoena. IRS’s sole argument in defense of its attack on Mr. Harper’s Fourth Amendment claim is its assertion that Mr. Harper “does not have an expectation of privacy in his financial information.” However, the Fourth Amendment significantly constrains the types of searches IRS may conduct, particularly where a person has contracted with an exchange to keep his information private. Mr. Harper is also entitled under the Fifth Amendment’s Due Process Clause to a notice and an opportunity to protect his private information from unreasonable searches and seizures. IRS concedes that it did not comply with this bare minimum due-process requirement. NCLA released the following statements: “When you enter into a third-party agreement, the reasonable expectation is that the third party and the government will respect contractual rights. But the IRS agents in this case departed from cherished Constitutional principles that prohibit peeking into a person’s private papers without first obtaining a judicially-approved subpoena. Not only did IRS demand and seize Mr. Harper’s private information, but it is unlawfully holding on to that data without any judicial process. NCLA will right these wrongs.” — Caleb Kruckenberg, Litigation Counsel, NCLA “This motion to dismiss shows how IRS requires law-abiding citizens to jump through numerous procedural hoops to even have their day in court. At the same time IRS tries to claim in the same motion that it would be impossible for them and their agents to abide by the Constitution to obtain Mr. Harper’s private financial information. Assuredly, the Constitution does not protect IRS from Mr. Harper’s suit. It protects Mr. Harper from IRS’s illegal surveillance.” — Adi Dynar, Litigation Counsel, NCLA ABOUT NCLA NCLA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit civil rights group founded by prominent legal scholar Philip Hamburger to protect constitutional freedoms from violations by the Administrative State. NCLA’s public-interest litigation and other pro bono advocacy strive to tame the unlawful power of state and federal agencies and to foster a new civil liberties movement that will help restore Americans’ fundamental rights. ### CONTACT: Judy Pino, Communications Director New Civil Liberties Alliance 202-869-5218 email@example.com
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Rahane said that they did not discuss anything after the disastrous defeat in the first Test and started afresh.
Third-tier Shrewsbury were playing their first competitive match since December following a raft of coronavirus cases and were without manager Steve Cotterill after he had spent time in intensive care due to Covid-19.
CEDARHURST, N.Y., Jan. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The securities litigation law firm of Kuznicki Law PLLC issues this alert to shareholders of the following publicly traded companies. SolarWinds Corporation (SWI) Class Period: February 24, 2020 and December 15, 2020Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: March 5, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://kclasslaw.com/cases/securities/nyse-swi/ QuantumScape Corporation (QS) Class Period: November 27, 2020 and December 31, 2020Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: March 8, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://kclasslaw.com/cases/securities/nyse-qs/ Penumbra, Inc. (PEN) Class Period: August 3, 2020 and December 15, 2020Lead Plaintiff Motion Deadline: March 16, 2021SECURITIES FRAUD To learn more, visit https://kclasslaw.com/cases/securities/nyse-pen/ Shareholders who purchased shares in these companies during the dates listed are encouraged to contact us via the case links above, by calling toll-free at 1-833-835-1495 or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you wish to serve as lead plaintiff with the goal of overseeing the litigation to obtain a fair and just resolution, you must petition the Court on or before the deadlines provided above. Kuznicki Law PLLC is committed to ensuring that companies adhere to responsible business practices and engage in good corporate citizenship. The firm seeks recovery on behalf of investors who incurred losses when false and/or misleading statements or the omission of material information by a Company lead to artificial inflation of the Company's stock. Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee similar outcomes. CONTACT:Kuznicki Law PLLCDaniel Kuznicki, Esq.445 Central Avenue, Suite 344Cedarhurst, NY 11516Email: email@example.comPhone: (347) 696-1134Cell: (347) 690-0692Fax: (347) 348-0967https://kclasslaw.com
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Fulcrum Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: FULC), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on improving the lives of patients with genetically defined rare diseases, today announced that it has priced an underwritten public offering of 4,000,000 shares of its common stock at a public offering price of $11.00 per share, for total gross proceeds of $44.0 million, before deducting underwriting discounts and commissions and offering expenses payable by Fulcrum. All of the shares in the offering are being sold by Fulcrum. In addition, Fulcrum has granted the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to 600,000 additional shares of its common stock at the public offering price, less the underwriting discount and commissions. The offering is expected to close on January 22, 2021, subject to customary closing conditions. SVB Leerink, Piper Sandler & Co. and Credit Suisse are acting as joint book-running managers for the offering. H.C. 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It was more misery for Roma, just a few days after an embarrassing 3-0 Serie A loss to Lazio in the capital derby.
New Delhi [India], January 20 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday paid his tributes to Guru Gobind Singh on the occasion of his Parkash Purab.
China has deployed 16 professional rescue teams and dozens of medical personnel to try to save 12 miners trapped underground for 10 days after an explosion in a gold mine in northern China's Shandong province, state media reported. A total of 22 miners were left trapped after an explosion on Jan. 10 at the Hushan gold mine on the outskirts of the city of Yantai on China's eastern coast. Rescuers found 11 of the survivors on Tuesday and spoke to them via a waterproof telephone delivered underground, the official provincial newspaper Qilu Daily said on Wednesday.