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Lantmännen Unibake to open UK production site

first_imgLantmännen Unibake UK aims to make a bigger impact in the sweet pastries sector by opening a factory in Bedford.Its new 8,000sq m unit will employ more than 200 people and is close to the firm’s existing site in Milton Keynes. The first phase of investment is scheduled to start operation in May 2011.The cold bakery will comprise two separate lines for manufacturing pre-proven dough as ready-to-bake Danish pastries, for in-store bakeries and caterers. All production will be distributed through sister company Bakehouse, which currently takes its products from a Unibake factory in Denmark.Martin Jones, sales and marketing director, said: “Once the new factory has opened, all of the company’s Danish pastry requirements will be produced locally in the UK. In the medium-term we will still be importing some Viennoiserie.”He added that the factory had been designed to meet all current and future demand: “Lantmännen already has a large customer base for these products in the UK but is always receptive to new business opportunities.”Lantmännen Unibake UK supplies frozen breads to the UK foodservice sector and completed the takeover of Bakehouse in July. UK CEO Søren Landtved, said: “The UK is Lantmännen Unibake’s single biggest market. Moving our production base from Denmark to a local UK site will greatly benefit our overall growth opportunities here.”last_img read more

Father, son killed in crash in Michigan City

first_img Twitter (Photo supplied/Michigan City Police/ABC 57) A father and his son were killed in a crash in Michigan City.It happened around 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 10, in the 5800 block of Franklin Street when a Honda Civic drifted left of center and collided head-on with a Dodge Ram.A passenger in the Honda, 22-year-old Brandon Sparks, was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver, 47-year-old Douglas Sparks, died at the hospital, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.The driver of the pick-up truck was not injured. By 95.3 MNC – May 11, 2020 0 439 IndianaLocalNews Pinterest Facebook Twitter Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+ Google+ Father, son killed in crash in Michigan City Pinterest Previous articleEmporium Restaurant closed for “forseeable future”Next articleMany Hoosier businesses reopening with uncertainty 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan.last_img read more

Funk You Gets Supernaturally Grooving On Their Debut Album, Apparitions [Premiere]

first_imgJam out with the album, and follow along with our own review of the release below:From the very first blast of the opening track, “Resolution,” the listener is pulled in by the invitingly familiar blast of horn laden soulful funk that greets them like a welcoming friend. As is often the case with funk, the lyrics speak to the mind with a higher purpose, calling for equality and compassion while the music itself speaks to a more physical part of the body, urging boogie time on the floor. The next steps on the band’s musical journey around the world finds a fiery guitar lead and gypsy-esque tilt-a-whirl feel rolls around the sonic landscape in the song “Ghost For Me,” rising to an organ break that would fit in the most majestic cathedrals ever constructed.The musical travelogue continues as Funk You takes you “Drifting” through a lazy, calypso infused intimate journey between two lovers. When the clapping hands and popping horns burst joyously into a wild series of  flourishes there’s a call to the dance floor that’s practically irresistible. With their musical bonafides already impeccably established, Funk You starts to build upon the many facets they’ve displayed by delivering one of the best songs of the disc, “She’s So High.” The band crafts a powerful, mature and sultry song that commands attention. Through dramatic tempo shifts that go from the depths of a sexy piano and sax interlude to brash brass punctuating a passionate call and response between Hamilton and an enticing guest singer distill the very essence of attraction and seduction into sonic form.Capable of creating wide open spaces to let concepts and sounds stretch out as easily as a runaway locomotive, Funk You shows great insight in how to use a concept without overusing it.  Miller’s guitar work has an element of the majestic to it in his solos for songs like “Your Soul,” but he regularly pulls back to sparse leads and funky rhythm sections. Achingly simple piano leads alternate with sky high organ fills from Foster, while Gavin Hamilton imparts the same amount of evocative emotional resonance in everything from a whisper to a shout. More impressive than what they can do separately, it’s when the band moves as one, united seamlessly in motion, whatever the pace, that moves them above and beyond what music fans have come to expect from funk based bands.On the album’s closing track, “Ghost For You,” the band keeps the paranormal theme that has pervaded Apparitions’ compositions lyrically, connecting the nature of haunting to an obsession in a very insightful manner.  All the most engaging elements are called back for one last hurrah, as “Ghost For You” rises and falls in ever shifting ways, like an infinite variety of waves crashing against the shore of consciousness. The inevitability of the manic acceleration of the song’s finale was preordained by the amazing momentum built up throughout the piece, and the silence in the moments after the last note fades has a very real edge of sorrow that such an enjoyable ride is finished.With Apparitions, Funk You has moved well beyond any expectations the music world had set for them, promising much for them in the years to come. They’ve given the world a clutch of songs that elevates the spirit and feeds the soul, while rarely not also giving the toes something to tap along with. Though it’s hard to predict the future, even with the help of some Apparitions, if the effort and talent shown on this album is any indication, Funk You will be casting inescapable incantations for many years to come.Apparitions is due out April 22nd, and you can find more information about the band on their official website. The group also has some exciting appearances coming up soon, including a Sweetwater 420 Festival after party/album release show on April 22nd, and a performance at the fest proper on April 23rd.Also, don’t miss this funky bunch when they hit the Augusta Common to open up for the James Brown Band, as part of the James Brown Birthday Bash on May 3rd. With an amazing ensemble featuring players from Brown’s actual band, as well as special guest spots from haron Jones, George Porter Jr. (The Meters), Ivan Neville (Dumpstaphunk), Ty Taylor (Vintage Trouble), Chris Rob (Nasty Delicious), Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), and more, this is one night that should not be missed!Tickets and more information can be found here.Check out the credits for the album below: Funk You has shared their debut album, Apparitions, showing off an amazing confidence and impressive diversity from this Augusta, GA based collective. The dynamics that singer Gavin Hamilton, guitarist Evan Miller, keyboardist Will Foster and the rest of the band display on the album is truly marvelous. Over the course of the eleven tracks, the band shows such seemingly effortless competence in so many distinct styles that you start to wonder if they have a few extra members hiding behind a curtain somewhere.The band has generously offered us a full stream of the album to share with you funkophiles of the world, so tune in below:last_img read more

Melvin Seals & JGB Welcome John Kadlecik On “The Harder They Come” & “Deal” [Listen]

first_imgOn Friday night, March 3rd, renowned Port Chester, NY venue The Capitol Theatre featured a very special tribute to the late Jerry Garcia. The headlining band of the night was none other than Melvin Seals & JGB, keeping up the torch of the Jerry Garcia Band with its beloved keyboardist. Opening the show was guitarist John Kadlecik and his band, another disciple of Garcia who made waves as the lead guitarist of Furthur with Bob Weir and Phil Lesh.Kadlecik not only opened the show, but he also emerged at the end of JGB’s set for two classic songs. They played Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” and ended the show with Garcia’s song, “Deal.” Both were staples of the JGB rotation, and they rounded out a fantastic performance at the Cap.Fortunately, thanks to taper Keith Antaya, we can listen to Melvin Seals & JGB’s set with the special guest sit in from Kadlecik. The whole show also features saxophonist Ron Holloway!Taper Keith Antaya also recorded the full John Kadlecik Band set, embedded below for your listening pleasure. Enjoy![Photo via Cap Theatre Instagram]last_img read more

DWTS’ Derek Hough Still Out of Spring Spectacular

first_img View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 7, 2016 Derek Hough remains unable to perform in New York Spring Spectacular. As previously reported, the five-time Dancing with the Stars winner sustained an injury during rehearsals for the TV show’s 10th Anniversary special. A spokesperson for Spring Spectacular said: “until further notice, Taylor Frey will be performing the role of Jack.”Directed and choreographed by Warren Carlyle, with Diane Paulus and Randy Weiner as co-creative directors, the show is penned by Joshua Harmon. The new production featuring the iconic dance troupe is a whirlwind adventure across the Big Apple that tells an inspiring and hopeful story about three New Yorkers who change each other’s lives in unexpectedly wonderful ways. Spring Spectacular contains 3D special effects, large-scale puppetry and a soundtrack of original songs, classics and pop hits.Spring Spectacular also stars Tony winner Laura Benanti and recently extended through May 7 at Radio City Music Hall. Related Shows Star Files New York Spring Spectacular Laura Benantilast_img read more

Temporary Delays Planned for Interstate 91 in Hartford starting May 19

first_imgTemporary Delays Planned for Interstate 91MONTPELIER – The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) beginning May 19 will conduct a series of temporary delays along Interstate 91 just south of the I-89/I-91 interchange so that work crews can set beams for a new bridge that will cross over the roadway.The bridge is being constructed by the Greater Upper Valley Solid Waste District, who is erecting the structure so trucks can access a new landfill from Route 5 in Hartford.Delays along the Interstate will affect travel both north and southbound for two days and last about 15 minutes each. The first closure will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, May 19. Motorists wishing not to be delayed should seek alternate routes.The schedule is as follows:·       Monday, May 19 at 9:00 a.m. Northbound.·       Monday, May 19 at 10:00 a.m. Northbound.·       Monday, May 19 at 11:00 a.m. Southbound.·       Monday, May 19 at 1:00 p.m. Southbound.·       Tuesday, May 20 at 9:00 a.m. Northbound.·       Tuesday, May 20 at 10:00 a.m. Northbound.·       Tuesday, May 20 at 11:00 a.m. Southbound.·       Tuesday, May 20 at 1:00 p.m. Southbound.John ZicconiVTrans Communications DirectorTelephone: 802.828.1647 ¨ Fax: 802.828.3522 ¨ Email: [email protected](link sends e-mail)last_img read more

Five Unexpected Outdoor Hidden Gems in Arlington

first_imgConnected to Washington, DC by five bridges, Arlington has wonderful waterfront views and experiences on the Potomac River’s western shore in Virginia.Home to national treasures like Arlington National Cemetery, the Marine Corps War Memorial, and the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial, Arlington has lively neighborhoods and several great spots to access the riverfront. Make your way to the water by bike or trail, just minutes away from great restaurants featuring tastes from around the globe. A go-to area for locals enjoying happy hours, dates and more, Arlington is known for its chill vibe and postcard view of the capital skyline.Photo: StayArlingon1) Snap a postcard-worthy pic from Theodore Roosevelt IslandDiscover Theodore Roosevelt Island, a memorial to America’s 26th president and a true oasis in the middle of the bustle of city life. The island, in the middle of the Potomac, consists of miles of trails through wooded uplands and swampy bottomlands, all designed to honor Roosevelt’s legacy as a great outdoorsman and conservationist. Hike your way through the brush and emerge on the memorial plaza, where a 17-foot-tall statue of Roosevelt awaits. There’s no other national park that’s as much of a hidden gem as this one.Photo: @laustin.252) Watch the planes (duck!) at Gravelly PointFor simple thrills by yourself or with friends and family, visit Gravelly Point Park. Located just outside of Reagan National Airport, the park lies adjacent to the Potomac River. From this strategic vantage point, you can watch planes take off up close and personal. Bring a picnic lunch, Frisbee or a bike and discover beautiful views.Photo: StayArlington3) Walk, run, bike along the Mount Vernon TrailThis paved trail along the Potomac River is large, wide open and has stunning views of the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and U.S. Capitol running south from Key Bridge to George Washington’s famed estate, Mount Vernon. Popular with runners, bikers, and commuters, it’s mostly flat and offers picnic spots along the way. Jog for miles along the path’s shady, winding paths, take a leisurely walk or ride on a Capital Bikeshare cruiser.Photo: @maureen.rachel4) Stroll the gardens at Potomac Overlook Regional ParkSpend some time deep in the forest of Potomac Overlook Regional Park, where you can explore 70 acres of woods, trails, and educational gardens. Hike miles of trails while following interpretive displays to learn about Northern Virginia’s flora and fauna.Photo: StayArlington5) Go birding within view of the Washington MonumentBirdwatchers flock to the Roaches Run Waterfowl Sanctuary, a popular spot to spy osprey, green heron, red-winged blackbirds, and mallards in summer or watch wintering waterfowl make a glorious appearance in cooler months. Birders also flock to Theodore Roosevelt Island with their checklist to discover many of the nearly 200 species of birds that have been documented within its 88 acres.last_img read more

Shirley Glider Crash Under Investigation

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An elderly glider pilot killed over the weekend is the third person to die in the second small airplane to crash shortly after taking off from same Shirley airstrip in nine months.Vincent Petruso, 74, of East Moriches, was described by his family as a “dedicated member of the Long Island Soaring Association,” a five-decade-old nonprofit group dedicated to piloting such engineless aircraft.The group is based out of Brookhaven Calabro Airport, where Petruso’s glider left shortly before 11 a.m. Saturday until it went down about 15 minutes later near Titmus Drive in Mastic.Two people died in August when their single-engine propeller plane that crash landed on a Shirley side street minutes after taking off from the same airport.Two others died when their small plane crashed into the Moriches Inlet in October. That plane had taken off from Spadaro Airport in East Moriches.National Transportation Safety Board investigators are expected to issue a preliminary report on the glider crash in about a week.last_img read more

Is old fashioned marketing still in fashion?

first_imgTraditional Marketing is dying. Or so it’s been said. But is it really? There has been much debate on the topic and while it cannot be denied that many traditional marketing channels have seen dramatic decreases, it doesn’t necessarily mean the audience for these mediums has disappeared.Digital and traditional marketing can give your members a unique experience in their own ways. Traditional marketing, however, offers something that digital marketing cannot – engagement of more than two senses. And for credit unions who are all about the member experience, and for the consumer who wants to be drawn in by an experience when they come in contact with your brand, it becomes hard to completely dismiss traditional efforts when devising your marketing plan.Let’s take a look at what some traditional marketing channels still can offer:Direct MailEveryone, for the most part, still receives direct mail. It’s a great way to get your message directly into the hands of potential members. It’s also relatively inexpensive and still proves to be highly effective. And, despite all the “junk mail” we think we get, direct mail often has fewer distractions than the increasingly cluttered online ad space. Instead of competing for attention with social media, video, and other online ads, use those channels to support your direct mail efforts with keywords, sponsored social media posts and by creating content that is interesting and will engage your target audience when they search for you online. Make it easy for them by always including your website and a call to action for other ways they can engage with you online, for instance “Visit us on Facebook for more, etc…TV Television is still one of the most effective marketing tools. Most people still have cable or satellite TV, and many still watch live TV, meaning they watch television commercials. TV is also a great way to reach a specific market. It is a bit more expensive, but many credit unions have found TV to be a profitable means of marketing and it’s a great means to keep you top of mind with target audiences.BillboardsAnother great marketing method is through large billboards. Not only are they hard to miss, advertising on a billboard allows you to market your products or brand on a large scale. When placed in strategic areas and by making them memorable with a clever tagline or attention-grabbing image, billboards leave an impression, whether the consumer realizes it or not.Radio AdsLike television, commercial radio is still thriving. Marketing products and services on radio through commercials or other means can still be effective even in this age of satellite radio and online streaming services. Most commuters still listen to the radio to and from work. And like billboards, with a catchy jingle or fun script, radio adverting leaves an impression. And, for those who claim to only listen to “commercial-free” satellite radio or streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora, and even YouTube, there are still advertising opportunities within those mediums giving you a chance to reach potential members through both traditional radio and streaming radio.Bottom line: traditional marketing can still work in our increasingly digital world. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing. The most comprehensive marketing strategies involve the best of both worlds in fact. Your members’ overall experience with your brand should be part of story that involves multiple touch points within digital and traditional media. After all, your existing members were more than likely first introduced to you through direct mail, print ads, billboards or other traditional marketing efforts. These are now the perfect targets for your “untraditional” efforts moving forward. 63SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jeff Kjoller Jeff has extensive experience in branding, art direction and graphic design, having served employers and clients in a creative capacity for more than twenty-five years. After graduating from the University … Web: Detailslast_img read more

Boris Žgomba, Uniline: Slavonia has the opportunity to become an attractive year-round destination

first_imgGiven its natural beauty, historical and cultural sights and eno-gastronomic specialties, it is time for Slavonia to start using tourist potentials more intensively and eventually grow into a year-round and attractive tourist destination. We have positive examples nearby, from Bavaria, Austria, Switzerland and Slovenia, and as for the tourist potential for year-round tourism in Slavonia, it is not questionable at all, the first question is whether we want, and then set it as a goal.And the time is right now, that’s why it was launched The initiative to hold the Days of Croatian Tourism in 2018 in Slavonia. An initiative that has raised and launched the entire tourism profession and has already succeeded in one of its most important missions – the media focus on the development of tourism in Slavonia and the continent, awakening tourism workers in Slavonia, encouraging tourist arrivals in Slavonia, and animating travel agencies to start selling tourist packages to Slavonia.In the meantime, various arrivals were made, both by private individuals and business entities that organized their team building programs in Slavonia instead of the sea. For this reason, the Management of Uniline, the leading Croatian tour operator, has decided to visit Osijek-Baranja and Vukovar-Srijem counties and consider the possibility of developing multi-day destination and daily excursion programs. “We chose Slavonia as the destination for our team building in order to give it business and social support considering our know-how and the sales channels we have at our disposal.” said Boris Žgomba, President of the Board of Uniline, Vice President of the European Association and National Associations of Political Agencies and Tour Operators, President of the Association of Travel Agencies at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and a longtime member of the Croatian National Tourist Board.Thus, Uniline’s top management from Wednesday 11.10.2017. to Saturday 14.10.2017. to visit the wider area of ​​Beli Manastir, Vukovar and Osijek and talk to the representatives of these two counties and individual cities and the offices of the tourist boards of the mentioned counties and cities. By the way, Uniline, which also has the Europcar franchise in its portfolio, a rent a car operation with more than 1.200 vehicles in its fleet, is a leading Croatian tour operator that annually provides travel services to over 350 guests in Croatia and the region of Southeast Europe. .Uniline as a One stop travel companyBy entering into the management of sales processes and the entire hotel business (hotel management), the company is transformed into a complete business tourism group, that is, one stop travel company.With headquarters in Pula, a business center in Zagreb, branches throughout Croatia and offices in Slovenia, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, offices in China (Shanghai) and South Korea (Seoul) and offices in Japan and Thailand, the company has become a recognizable player in international scale. In recent years, a significant focus has been placed on the markets of the United States, Canada and Australia.Related news:GREAT NEWS FOR CROATIAN TOURISM! UNILINE OPENS OFFICE IN SEOOLUNILINE WANTS TO BECOME “ONE STOP SPORT TRAVEL COMPANY” ROBERT SEDLAR, UNILINE: GREAT SUPPORT FOR THE INITIATIVE STARTED BY UNILINE BECAUSE SLAVONIA HAS A LOT TO OFFER AND SHOWlast_img read more