CDC NEW YORK – A new website has been launched to connect people with COVID-19 vaccine trials.The site CoronavirusPreventionNetwork.org went live Wednesday and it provides information on all the clinical trials in the United States.Researchers are looking to recruit tens of thousands of volunteers. Anyone interested in joining a vaccine clinical study can fill out a quick questionnaire. After registering, if you qualify, your information will be sent to the study site closest to you.People who don’t get out much, and who wear a mask when they do leave home would not necessarily make the best study subjects. Scientists want to test the effectiveness of the vaccine which is hard to judge if the participant hasn’t been exposed to COVID-19.The website will handle registration for the four large vaccine studies expected to start this summer and fall, and any others that follow. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) read more
James Earl Jones Kinky Boots Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on April 7, 2019 Star Files Everyone loves drag queens—even Tony winner James Earl Jones! The legendary stage and screen star took a trip to Price and Son shoe factory on May 7 to catch a matinee of the Tony-winning hit musical Kinky Boots. After tapping his toes to the catchy score by Cyndi Lauper, Jones headed backstage to greet the cast, including Tony winner Billy Porter (Lola), Andy Kelso (Charlie) and Jeanna de Waal (Lauren). Check out these Hot Shots of Jones hanging out with the stars, then high-kick your way to the Al Hirschfeld Theatre to catch Kinky Boots! View Comments
Photo by Dillan ForseyIt’s a good thing Kelsey and Connor Scott paid attention during high school Home Ec. The brothers moved to Chattanooga to be closer to the climbing and bouldering and quickly decided they needed to build a better chalk bag. Using their mom’s sewing machine, some scrap fabric, and the minimal sewing skills they picked up in Home Economics, the brothers crafted their first chalk bags. Five years later, the Scotts have a legit outdoor gear and apparel business called Granola, specializing in handmade chalk bags and backpacks. “I read Let My People Go Surfing and was feeling pretty pumped after that,” says older brother Kelsey Scott, of their decision to turn a hobby into a gear business. And Kelsey is still pumped, particularly since he and his brother just signed a deal with Diamond Brand that will increase the production and distribution of Granola, while still allowing them to perform R&D and testing in Chattanooga.We asked the brothers to name their five favorite pieces of gear for a bouldering session. Here’s what they came up with.NO. 1 Chaco Updraft EcotreadThese are our approach shoes. In the fall and winter, we convert them into “Sacos” for bouldering. You don’t have to tie your shoes from boulder to boulder. It’s a pain in the ass to tie your shoes. $95NO. 2 Petzl Tikka +We always take headlamps. That’s key, so you can keep climbing until dark and then hike out without breaking an ankle. $39.95NO. 3 Ice Breaker Oasis Long Sleeve CreweThey’re warm in the winter, but also really breathable because of the Merino wool. Most importantly, you can wear them for three days straight and they don’t reek as bad as polyester. $100NO. 4 Stanley Steel FlaskThis might be the most important piece of gear. We always fill it with bourbon before we go out. It’s ideal for bouldering season, when it’s 40 degrees and you need a little burn. We can’t leave the house without it. $18NO. 5 Granola Chalk BagEvery one of these bags is a little unique because we use different colors and patterns. And the fleece on the inside is made out of recycled soda bottles, and it’s really warm in the winter. $26NO. 6 Deuter AirLite 22A lightweight, efficient all-purpose pack that’s perfect for bouldering sessions or day hiking. $109; deuter.comStudio für Werbefotografie Augsburg/Würzburg/Hamburg. Professionelle Photographie in den Bereichen Image, People, Stills, Industrie & Architektur.NO. 7 Oboz SundogThe Sundog provides aggressive traction from 4mm deep lugs yet flexes naturally and has a light feel for the ground. $100NO. 8 Bridgedale Speed Trail SocksThese are our go-to socks for race day on trails. The Merino ventilated socks handle water and grit like a champ. $19.95NO. 9 Ternua JannuThis form-fitting jacket is featherweight, windproof, and downproof, constructed with top-of-the-line Pertex Quantum fabric and insulation originally developed for U.S. Special Forces. Its Polartec stretch side mesh and fill offers comfortable insulation and superior freedom of movement for winter adventure. $220 read more
“The latest rise in hate crime signals a new brutal landscape, where targeted attacks against rotating victim groups not only result in spikes, but increases are also being driven by a more widely dispersed rise in the most violent offenses,” said Brian Levin, executive director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Decatur County, In. — Indiana Department of Transportation officials say work on a $2.6 million project that includes seven bridge or smaller structures on State Road 3 and S.R. 7 will begin by replacing the existing culvert on S.R. 3 at Poplar Root Creek, located 8.6 miles north S.R. 7 next Tuesday, September 4- weather permitting.The Decatur County operation south of Sardinia will close State Road 3 for up to 20 days. A signed detour routes motorists around the site via State Road 46, U.S. 31 and State Road 7.Dave O’Mara is charged with installing the 4-sided precast concrete box culvert measuring 9 X 18 feet. The new State Road 3 culvert’s length is 56 feet.Replacement of a State Road 3 small structure at Wyaloosing Creek, located 16.1 miles north of State Road 7, north of Westport, will be scheduled after the Poplar Root Creek culvert is put in place. read more
Arsenal legend, Thierry Henry, has lifted the lid on some sensational rows that took place at the training ground when he was a player. The Gunners enjoyed significant success while Henry was in his prime, winning the Premier League on several occasions, and going unbeaten the last time they lifted the trophy. And Henry admits it was hard work, and the players had to push themselves to achieve that success. He told Sky Sports: “Kolo Toure, I had to deal with him every morning. And they had to deal with us. “And we had Patrick Vieira, Gilberto and Edu. Edu would have started maybe in every single team in the league, but with us he was on the bench. Great player don’t get me wrong, I’m not having a go, you need a great team. But Gilberto and Patrick were starting.Advertisement “A lot of players, Sylvain Wiltord, [Nwankwo] Kanu, Dennis [Bergkamp]. “You know it was so hard in training. Jamie, you know sometimes you had fought in training, that’s why sometimes it makes me laugh when you hear ‘oh they argued’. It’s meant to happen. “Sometimes you would argue in training just because the ball went out a bit and suddenly it’s me and Dennis or me and Patrick, ‘what do you mean the ball didn’t go out?’ And I’m like, ‘yeah, the ball went out’. And you know, you’re like ‘shut up and play’. read also:Bergkamp, Kanu contributed to my Arsenal successful story – Henry “Because you don’t win things without having that mentality, that ego and that respect for the team, and yes things that happen at the training ground.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You6 Best Natural History Museums In The World7 Famous And Incredibly Unique Places In Thailand6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneWe’re Getting More Game Of Thrones: Enter House Of The Dragon!Rihanna Is Getting Her Own Museum In BarbadosCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayPlus-Size Girls Who Set The Catwalk On FireBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime read more
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Rumours have spread around the city in the last week that the 50-year-old, currently in charge until the end of the campaign, has already been told he will be appointed as Alan Pardew’s successor despite continuing speculation that Derby boss Steve McClaren is leading the race for the St James’ Park hot-seat. However, the man himself is adamant he has been given no indication that his reign will extend beyond the remaining five games of this season. John Carver has insisted he has not been told he will be Newcastle head coach next season – but is desperate for that to be the case. Asked if he had got the job, he replied: “Absolutely not. On the Gospel, I haven’t been told that. “We have had discussions about ongoing issues at the club, and I have regular meetings with [managing director] Lee [Charnley] and [chief scout] Graham [Carr] at least once a week. “But I have not been given any assurances or been told what my situation is next season.” Carver, of course, has five years of an eight-year contract remaining and sees his future at his home-town club regardless of whether or not he is appointed. But despite a dreadful run of results – aided in no small part by injuries and suspensions – which has seen the Magpies lose six league games on the trot, he still feels he is in contention. He said: “I feel in contention, absolutely – why wouldn’t I? I’m not a defeatist. I’m a positive guy and I’m not going to write myself off. “The club know the situation. A lot of people might write me off. A lot of ex-players and pundits might – they’re entitled to do that. They don’t see the work I do every day to prepare the team, but people on the inside do.” Nevertheless, Carver will have to engineer a significant up-turn in results if he is to stand any chance of winning over his critics, and that remains his immediate focus. Press Association He said: “Only they [the hierarchy] know, but every time I get together with them, they are positive. “Whether that’s to keep me going or they have someone else lined up, I don’t know. That doesn’t affect me. The future will take care of itself. I’m just concentrating on now.” Carver is fighting for his future at a time when fans are in open revolt over the way the club is being run, with activists calling for a 34th-minute protest during the Swansea game – a reference to the £34million the club banked during the last financial year – as well as peaceful demonstrations outside branches of owner Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct chain. Thousands boycotted last Sunday’s 3-1 home defeat by Tottenham as they made their feelings known about the club’s perceived lack of investment in recent seasons, and the delay in appointing Pardew’s replacement. Carver is well aware of the strength of feeling and admits a swift resolution of his position and a concerted early foray into the summer transfer market are required to address the situation. He said: “That would be for everyone’s benefit. The fans, myself, everyone could enjoy their summer. “I think it will be [resolved quickly] because don’t forget the window opens very soon after the season finishes. It has to be done and your recruitment has to be done in that period of time.” In the meantime, Carver and his players will have to deal with whatever comes their way on Saturday, with the head coach admitting he was surprised at the magnitude of last weekend’s boycott. He said: “Yes, I was surprised. I didn’t think it would be as many people. We have to find a way of dealing with it and managing the situation because it can only hurt us – that is the fans and the club. “We need to find a solution.” read more
THE Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) yesterday beat the deadline to hand over its four-year strategic plan to the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA).The deadline was January 31. In this photograph GOA president K. Juman-Yassin (left) receives the plan from GBA president Steve Ninvalle.