Source: Roberts BakeryCheshire-based Roberts Bakery is launching an advertising campaign to “bust bread boredom” with a look at what goes on behind its doors.Hitting screens across ITV Central, Granada and Yorkshire regions on September 4, the Remarkably Roberts advert celebrates the bakery’s commitment to product innovation, health and sustainability.It highlights products including Roberts’ Good for You Energy Balance Bloomer with quinoa, watermelon and chia seeds, the just launched Porridge Loaf, plus reduced plastic Bloomer bags that can be recycled at home. The advert also enters The Exploratory, Roberts’ innovation hub where its ideas are brought to life.The 30-second advert is also being used to launch Roberts’ six-strong breakfast-inspired snacking range for ‘when toast is too slow’. This is available from September 7 in convenience stores across the UK. From September 10, multipacks will also be on sale at Roberts’ recently launched e-shop, Roberts Bakery Direct. Roberts’ marketing director Megan Harrison said: “We’re showcasing our innovative product portfolio – and the pillars of health, sustainability and innovation – that underpin everything we do here.The TV advert shows how Roberts is transforming its business and the bread and baked goods category as a whole, she said.“When we first opened the doors to The Exploratory a couple of years ago, we made innovation a priority. Our new ad campaign brings to life our attitude and approach perfectly.”
On Saturday night, the one-and-only Billy Joel performed a concert at Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium. The 23 song set, five song encore included a nostalgic mix of originals and covers, along with a few very special guests. Guns N’ Roses’ Axl Rose and Pink separately joined the Piano Man for a pair of songs each, including their own originals.It has become a frequent part of his set for Joel to incorporate a cover of AC/DC‘s “Highway to Hell,” but Saturday night’s performance appropriately included vocal parts from Axl Rose, who recently toured with the band for their final Rock or Bust shows. Rose and Joel also performed a duet of the latter’s “Big Shot” for the encore.Watch fan-shot footage below: Pink also stopped by the stadium to perform Joel’s “New York State of Mind” before performing her own “Try.”Setlist: Billy Joel | Dodger Stadium | Los Angeles, CA | 5/13/17Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song), My Life (with “Ode to Joy” intro), Your Song (Elton John cover), Vienna (fans choice over “Just The Way You Are”), Zanzibar, The Entertainer, The Lion Sleeps Tonight (The Tokens Cover), The Magnificent Seven Theme (Elmer Bernstein cover), The Ballad of Billy the Kid, Don’t Ask Me Why, New York State of Mind (with Pink), Try (Pink cover, with Pink), Allentown, She’s Always A Woman, Say Goodbye to Hollywood, Sometimes a Fantasy, Highway to Hell (AC/DC cover, with Axl Rose), We Didn’t Start The Fire, The River of Dreams (With the Eagles’ “Take It Easy” as the mid-song interlude), Nessun dorma (Giacomo Puccini cover, sung by Mike DelGuidice; Billy Joel on piano), Scenes From an Italian Restaurant, Piano ManE: Uptown Girl, It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me, Big Shot (with Axl Rose), Only the Good Die Young, You May Be Right (with a snippet of Led Zeppelin’s “Rock & Roll”)[cover photo by @its.still.rock.and.roll.to.me][H/T Rolling Stone]
On Sunday night, Hollywood celebrated its biggest night of the year at the 91st Annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles. The evening featured a number of notable storylines, from Spike Lee nabbing his first-ever Oscar for “Best Adapted Screenplay” (BlacKkKlansman) to Bohemian Rhapsody taking home four awards including a “Best Actor in a Leading Role” statue for Rami Malek‘s portrayal of Queen‘s embattled frontman, Freddie Mercury.However, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper‘s duet performance of “Shallow”, the hit song from their multiple Oscar-nominated film, A Star Is Born, was what set the Internet ablaze during the ceremony. In the film, the song serves as a significant plot point in the love story between Cooper and Gaga’s respective characters, a musical representation of new yet star-crossed love. It was clear from their Oscar performance that the chemistry between the two is still as strong as ever. The sexual and emotional tension was palpable—particularly when Cooper made his way to Gaga’s piano bench to help sing the song’s final refrain. They didn’t quite make out onstage, but they may as well have.Related: Lady Gaga And Bradley Cooper Perform “Shallow” During Surprise Live Debut In Las Vegas [Watch]Whether it was the song itself, the chemistry between the two performers, or some combination of the two, the powerful ballad made a strong impression on more than just the viewers in theaters and at home. “Shallow” wound up taking home “Best Original Song” honors later in the evening. Check out Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s performance of A Star Is Born‘s Oscar-winning original song, “Shallow”, below:Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper – “Shallow”[Video: ThatGuyInPhilly]You can also watch Lady Gaga and her songwriting collaborators accept the award for “Best Original Song” below:Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, & More Accept “Best Original Song” Oscar For “Shallow”[Video: SOUNDBEAT]
One of the nation’s most eminent economists and a dynamic young development economist are recipients of the 2011 Richard E. Neustadt and Thomas C. Schelling Awards. The awards will be presented on May 5 during a dinner at the Charles Hotel hosted by Dean David T. Ellwood of Harvard Kennedy School (HKS).Paul Volcker, A.M. ’51, who served as chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank from 1979 to 1987 and more recently as chairman of President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board, will receive the Richard E. Neustadt Award. The award is bestowed annually to an individual who has created powerful solutions to public problems, drawing on research and intellectual ideas as appropriate. Past recipients include Judith Gueron (2005), Muhammad Yunus (2006), Justice Richard J. Goldstone (2007), Gro Harlem Brundtland (2008), and Alice M. Rivlin (2009).Esther Duflo, the Abdul Latif Jameel Professor of Poverty Alleviation and Development Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will be presented with the Thomas C. Schelling Award, bestowed annually to an individual whose remarkable intellectual work has had a transformative impact on public policy. Past recipients include Richard Posner (2005), Daniel Kahneman (2006), Jagdish Bhagwati (2007), Howard Raiffa (2008), and Harold Varmus (2009).Each recipient will be awarded a $25,000 prize.For the full story.
Sociologist Bruce Western has been named faculty director at Harvard Kennedy School’s Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy. Western will succeed Julie Wilson, who has served as director since 1993, beginning on Aug. 1. Wilson will remain an integral part of the center and its work as she will continue to serve the School as Harry Kahn Senior Lecturer in Social Policy.Western is professor of sociology at Harvard College. His research interests are in the field of social stratification and inequality, political sociology, and statistical methods, and he is currently studying the social impact of rising income inequality in the United States. Western is the author of “Punishment and Inequality in America,” analyzing the role of incarceration on American economic inequality, and “Between Class and Market,” an examination of the development and decline of labor unions in the postwar industrialized democracies.Read the full release.
CUNA met with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s business lending team Tuesday to discuss small business lending data collection. The business lending team is currently implementing section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act, which requires information gathering from financial institutions for credit for women-owned, minority-owned or small businesses.The team is currently in the formative stages of collecting information, conducting research and engaging in industry outreach. This will lead up to a formalized rulemaking process that will include a Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act panel in late 2017 or early 2018, with a rulemaking likely in 2019.The team is currently grappling with how to define “small business” and “small business loan.” Dodd-Frank points to the definition spelled out in the Small Business Act. The group is also considering how to define “ownership” of a business entity in the small business context. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Cover photo: ShenXin, Pixabay.com As pointed out by the Tax Administration, fiscalization inspections will be performed in the period from 5 to 11.12.2019 December XNUMX. while supervisory activities will cover all taxpayers of fiscalization, and especially taxpayers who perform the activity: – G 47.7 – Retail sale of other goods in specialized stores, – G 47.8 – Retail sale via stalls and markets, – I 56 – Food and beverage service activities i – N 77.11 – Renting and leasing of cars and light motor vehicles. Through risk analyzes and procedures for monitoring the issuance and fiscalization of invoices, it was noticed that there is still a significant number of taxpayers who either do not issue invoices or do not fiscalize the issued invoices, committing the most serious tax violations, the Tax Administration concluded. Accordingly, in their statement they inform taxpayers that as part of regular supervisory activities, the Tax Administration in cooperation with the Customs Administration will conduct even more intensive inspections of fiscalization during Advent and the upcoming holidays throughout the Republic of Croatia.
Freddie Ljungberg has won just one of his five matches in charge of Arsenal (Picture: Sky Sports)‘He took the pressure off, he took everything that came with the pressure of managing Arsenal and his legacy which was on the line if he carried on the way it was going on.‘But he still was his own man. He came out and called them out saying something has to be done and you can’t leave me hanging like this.‘Nobody knows the young players better than Freddie. I’m sure Mikel will come in and be delighted Freddie is still there.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘What you want is that kind of continuity, especially for the young guys. You can see how much they loved him when things were going right.‘We need that guy in there. He’s an invincible as well. He’s one of our greats. We have to back Freddie at all costs.’Should Arteta keep Ljungberg as part of his coaching staff?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Mikel Arteta joked about Arsenal defence while Manchester City coach and highlighted huge weaknessMORE: Arsene Wenger questions Arsenal board as he compares his former club to Liverpool Comment Metro Sport ReporterFriday 20 Dec 2019 8:43 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link415Shares Advertisement Mikel Arteta is expected to be confirmed as Arsenal’s new head coach (Picture: Getty)Ian Wright has implored Mikel Arteta to find a place for Freddie Ljungberg in his backroom team once he is confirmed as Arsenal’s new head coach.Ljungberg was asked to hold the fort on an interim basis following the sacking of Unai Emery last month, but the club legend has been unable to stop the rot, winning just one of his five matches at the helm.The 42-year-old was promoted to Emery’s senior coaching staff in the summer having impressed as head coach of the Under-23s last season, playing a key role in the development of Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe and Joe Willock, all of whom have made an impact at first team level this term.AdvertisementAdvertisementArteta, meanwhile, is keen on bringing Sam Fagbemi with him from Manchester City, but former Arsenal striker Wright believes it is essential that Ljungberg be kept on in some capacity.ADVERTISEMENTHe said: ‘Absolutely [he should be kept on]. We have to protect Freddie at all costs. He wasn’t there trying to suck up to get the job. He knows the club. You cant buy him. Ian Wright tells Mikel Arteta he has to keep Freddie Ljungberg as part of his Arsenal coaching staff Advertisement
Arsenal are also hoping to sign Jonathan Dinzeyi who has been released by Tottenham (Picture: Getty)Arsenal’s technical director Edu and academy chief Per Mertesacker are hoping to conduct a major overhaul of the Under-23 squad ahead of the new season, while the club’s scouting network has already undergone a transformation.AdvertisementAdvertisementLong-serving scouts Francis Cagigao and Brian McDermott were relieved of their positions earlier this month and a stream of new arrivals are set to swell Steve Bould’s options at Under-23 level with deals in place for the likes of Jonathan Dinzeyi and Tim Akinola.Salah, meanwhile, describes himself as a creative midfielder and is looking forward to the challenge of establishing himself at the club of his dreams.He added: ‘I’m a central midfielder and I like to play box to box. Offensively I’m a creative player and I can play with my left or right foot. I score goals and get assist, and defensively I like to think I do my bit too, especially in the transition.‘First I want to become an important player in the under-23s and then eventually get involved with the first team in some capacity. I want to see what that’s like, but above all else I want to have a really good season with the under-23s. ‘Maybe if I do that then I’ll be able to join the first team here and there in training. Those are my targets.’MORE: Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar wants Juventus move over Arsenal and Manchester CityMORE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reacts to Arsenal legend Ian Wright telling him to ‘sign da ting’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 22 Aug 2020 10:42 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link8.6kShares Arsenal confirm signing of Salah-Eddine from Feyenoord Comment Advertisement Arsenal have signed Salah-Eddine on a free transfer (Picture: Arsenal / Twitter)Arsenal have completed the signing of Salah-Eddine from Feyenoord on a free transfer.The 17-year-old midfielder will go straight into the club’s youth set-up and compete for a spot in the Under-23 side having left the Dutch club earlier this summer. ‘It feels great to join a massive club like Arsenal,’ said the teenager following confirmation of his signing. ‘It’s a good environment for me to work on my development and hopefully through the academy I can become a first-team player.ADVERTISEMENT‘They first contacted my dad and then I went there for a week just to see what the club is all about, and after that they didn’t really have to say anything. I immediately knew that it was the right club for me.’ Advertisement
Government That Works, Human Services, Press Release, Results, Veterans Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and Brigadier General Anthony Carrelli, acting adjutant general with the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA), today announced that Pennsylvania exceeded its 100-day goal with 629 homeless veterans in Pennsylvania were placed in permanent housing between Sept. 23 and Dec. 31, 2015 as part of the Governor’s challenge to significantly reduce veteran homelessness. The 100-day challenge was announced on Sept. 22 with a goal of serving 550 homeless veterans by the end of 2015.The commonwealth’s efforts continued in 2016 with 243 veterans being placed in housing in January, bringing the total to nearly 900 homeless veterans served from the end of September until the end of January. Numbers for February 2016 are still being tabulated.“I am extremely proud of the commonwealth agencies, local governments and community partners who have banded together to identify and provide homeless veterans with stable housing and access to the programs and services that will help them rebuild their lives,” said Governor Wolf. “While we exceeded our goal, we know that there are still many homeless veterans on our streets and we remain committed to reaching out to these brave men and women who served our country.”The commonwealth along with local officials, community housing and homeless service providers, federal agencies, and corporate and philanthropic organizations are committed to effectively ending veteran homelessness; this means having the programs and systems in place so that future homeless episodes will be rare, brief and non-recurring.“Over the past several months it’s been exciting to see that the city of Lancaster/Lancaster County, Philadelphia and Reading/Berks County have formally announced they have the systems in place to successfully meet the needs of homeless veterans in their areas,” said Gen. Carrelli. “It’s also been rewarding for the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs to coordinate and rally the efforts of all of the stakeholders in this effort and we will continue to advocate for Pennsylvania’s homeless veterans.”General Carrelli will be available for media interviews today following his testimony in front of the House Appropriations Committee at 11:00amThe challenge, officially known as the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness, is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that was launched in June 2014. It was conceived as a means for local leaders to create and coordinate strategies to curb veteran homelessness. In early 2015, HUD conducted a point-in-time count which identified approximately 1,400 homeless veterans in Pennsylvania. Across the United States, 859 mayors, governors and county executives are currently participating in the challenge. For more information about the challenge, visit the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness.To read Governor Wolf’s September 22 proclamation, click here. To keep up to date on programs and services benefitting Pennsylvania veterans, follow DMVA on Facebook or Twitter.# # #Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf March 03, 2016 Governor Wolf Provides Update on Pennsylvania Efforts to End Veterans Homelessness SHARE Email Facebook Twitter