Found: Limited Edition Ritchey x Cadence Collection C260 Stem

first_imgThe finish uses Cadence’s textile pattern from their Airflow cycling kit and Ritchey’s Wet Black gloss paint. Lengths are 90, 100, 110, 120 and 130mm. It’s available now on Cadence’s and Ritchey’s website for $139.95.Just. Keep. Going. San Francisco based clothing brand Cadence has partnered with Ritchey for a limited edition air stream graphicked C260 stem.At just 103g claimed, the all-alloy, 3D forged and internally machined C260 stem is one of the lightest on the market without giving up the strength and durability Ritchey’s known for. The faceplate holds the threads, and the opening provides a more secure grasp of the bar without requiring shifter/lever removal to install.More pics and details below…last_img

Inside Look at a Broadway Debut! Go Backstage & Onstage at The Prom with Broadway.com’s Paul Wontorek

first_imgWontorek poses with the full company onstage just moments before the show starts. Christopher Sieber Final shot of Paul Wontorek, Broadway newcomer. (That’s Sheldon Henry at left as his trusty camera man!) Showtime! Wontorek makes entrance: “This is Paul Wontorek from Broadway.com…” Session ID: 2021-01-17:7ce980beeee5eddf37554489 Player Element ID: vjs_video_3 OK Close Modal DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Star Files Broadway.com Editor-in-Chief and Show People host Paul Wontorek made his Broadway debut on May 14, kicking off a special week of guest stars at the Tony-nominated Broadway musical The Prom. Wontorek played himself at the top of the show, replacing Broadway red carpet reporter character Olivia Keating, normally played by cast member Courtney Balan, interviewing Dee Dee Allen (2019 Tony nominee Beth Leavel) at opening night of her musical Eleanor: The Eleanor Roosevelt Musical. “I’ve never performed in front of an audience before so I was genuinely terrified,” Wontorek admitted. “But I know I was in good hands with the fantastic company and, honestly, couldn’t say no to getting to be a part of one of my favorite musicals ever.” Check out Wontorek’s video and photo diary of his Broadway adventure! Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 11, 2019 Red carpet realness with Paul Wontorek, Beth Leavel, Brooks Ashmanskas and Teddy Toye. Angie Schworer View Comments  Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 5:56Loaded: 0.00%0:00Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently behind liveLIVERemaining Time -5:56 1xPlayback RateChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedEnglishAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window. This video is either unavailable or not supported in this browser Error Code: MEDIA_ERR_SRC_NOT_SUPPORTED Technical details : The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported. Wontorek has a second runthrough with a pre-wigged Beth Leavel at half hour. Wontorek gets chatty with Dee Dee Allen. Wontorek rehearses with The Prom associate director Casey Hushion (left) and production stage manager Glynn David Turner (at right, back to camera). Wontorek waits by the Longacre water cooler for his moment. Paul Wontorek and Beth Leavel, the best scene partner a Broadway newbie could ask for. Related Shows Brooks Ashmanskas The Prom Paul Wontorek goes over his lines backstage before the show. Beth Leavel View All (4)last_img read more

Zoot signs ITU Triathlon World Champion Javier Gómez Noya

first_img Related In its latest release, Zoot Sports is proud to announce the addition of ITU Triathlon World Champion Javier Gómez Noya to its stable of professional athletes.‘Javi’ will train and compete in Zoot footwear and wetsuits for the next two seasons, with his ultimate sights on the London Olympic Games in 2012.Gómez said, “It’s a real honour to be part of the team and I’m very excited to work closely with the developers and to compete in Zoot.”For the next two years, Javi’s focus will be on retaining his 2010 ITU World Championship title, in addition to qualifying for the 2012 Olympics in London.Gómez’s race shoe for 2011-12 is Zoot’s Ultra Race 3.0. According to Zoot, ‘The 3.0 is cleaner, lighter and faster; offering a better fit and ultimately providing athletes with that all important competitive edge. Equipped with a Quick Entry System and BareFit Technology, the Ultra Race 3.0 allows flawlessly fast transitions, when it matters most: on race day.’Gómez added, “Every second you can gain in the transition is so important. Not only is it faster, it’s easier!”Being a former swimmer, Javi looks for flexibility, freedom of movement and flotation in his wetsuit. Zoot’s The Prophet’ gets high marks on all accounts, making this Javi’s choice of wetsuit for 2011-12.www.zootsports.comlast_img read more

This is an industry that needs capital reform?

first_imgThe single biggest shortcoming of NCUA’s pitch for its risk-based capital proposal is its unwillingness or inability to articulate why it feels reform is necessary at this time.I know, I know; some credit unions made bad investments, some made bad loans and these incompetent malcontents did this — or so NCUA believes — despite the clairvoyant predictions of doom by well-meaning examiners, who like the stars of those 1970’s disaster movies, were powerless to prevent the imminent calamity. If only Jack Lemon were alive he could play an NCUA examiner predicting that the whole industry was about to blow up.Leaving aside NCUA’s somewhat self-serving view of history (were examiners really telling corporate credit unions they were headed for disaster and telling natural person credit unions that their corporate capital was at risk and I just missed the memo?), these are hardly the type of systemic problems that justify imposing system wide constraints on an industry. As the latest summary of credit union performance results shows, this is hardly an industry that has a capital problem — instead it is an industry making commonsense decisions given the economic environment in which it finds itself.No doubt Chairman Matz had NCUA’s RBC proposal on her mind when she lead off NCUA’s press release summarizing the latest credit union quarterly results by commenting “The continued growth in credit union lending and gains in membership during the first quarter are positive signs . . . Investing in people and communities will produce dividends for credit unions in many respects, but the higher interest rate environment of late 2013 and the first quarter of 2014 slowed mortgage originations. To protect the Share Insurance Fund, NCUA continues to closely monitor the risks posed by rising interest rates, long-term investments and fixed-rate mortgages.” continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Cohen expands Southwest presence with two new hires

first_imgCohen Financial, a national real estate capital services firm, has announced that it has hired Kevin Sellers, Director of Capital Markets, and Krisie Holdaway, Associate, in the company’s Phoenix office.  Mr. Sellers and Ms. Holdaway report to Manny Brown, President of Capital Markets. In May 2015, Neal Churney joined Cohen Financial to lead the Phoenix office.“We are quickly renewing Cohen Financial’s presence in the Southwest,” said Manny Brown, President. “Neal, Kevin and Krisie are all outstanding CRE professionals who will again bring our well-regarded mortgage banking services to current and new clients in this marketplace, as well as facilitate client access to a variety of direct lending programs via our partnership with Pillar.”Prior to joining Cohen Financial, Mr. Sellers was the Arizona Market President for First Fidelity Bank where he led the Arizona commercial lending team and served on the Senior Management Committee and Senior Loan Committee. Mr. Sellers experience includes leadership and business development positions in commercial real estate lending, private banking and small/middle market business lending.Mr. Sellers earned a B.S. in Finance from Oklahoma State University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University. He is a graduate of the Chandler (AZ) Leadership Institute and Leadership Tulsa. Mr. Sellers is a Board Member of the Arizona Commercial Mortgage Lenders Association. He is a former Board Member and Secretary of Southwestern Business Financing Corporation, a Certified Development Company authorized to originate and service SBA 504 loans. Additionally, Mr. Sellers serves on the Board of Directors of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce.“Cohen Financial has a long-standing, excellent reputation in this market, and I look forward to expanding the company’s brand and to working with Neal and Krisie,” said Mr. Sellers.Prior to joining Cohen Financial, Ms. Holdaway was an Assistant Vice President, Capital Markets at Walker & Dunlop, LLC for 9 months. Prior to Walker & Dunlop, LLC, she worked for Johnson Capital for more than 10-years, serving as Vice President of Commercial Loan Closing.  Ms. Holdaway has closed more than $800 million in transactions since 2011 in loans ranging in size from $500,000 to $65 million. Ms. Holdaway has studied at the University of Utah, Salt Lake Community College, and College of the Desert.last_img read more

Industrial chill in valley of the doldrums

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Squeeze on grade-A space puts development back on the agenda

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Watching The Waters Of East Hampton

first_imgHarbormaster Matt Zukosky is seen here scanning the waters of Gardiner’s Bay, watching for any problems on the water. Independent/T.E. McMorrowThey write tickets, make arrests, and are first responders in case of emergency, just like any other police officer in East Hampton, but the harbormasters’ authority is on sea, not land.On Saturday, August 24, harbormasters Matt Zukosky and Jay Sharron took the 43-foot-long state-of-the-art patrol vessel the John L. Behan out of the dock at the Coast Guard station on Star Island, and went on a routine patrol. Over the next few hours, they monitored a Connecticut vessel being towed off the beach that had gone aground the night before near Devon Yacht Club in Amagansett, and stopped a few boaters violating the rules of the watery road.The boat is a new acquisition for the town, made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The John L. Behan is named for the former New York State Assemblyman from Montauk.“It’s the crème de la crème,” Zukosky said. It is versatile craft. The cabin can be sealed from outside air, allowing the boat to fight otherwise toxic fires with a robotically-controlled water cannon. The Montauk Fire Department have personnel trained to use the vessel for fire-fighting in Montauk Harbor.After the plane crash that claimed the lives of Ben and Bonnie Krupinski, and their grandson, William Maerov, along with pilot Jon Dollard, the John L. Behan served as the dive platform for the East Hampton Town police dive team, Zukosky said.On the beach by Devon Yacht Club, a salvage boat had tied a tow line to the vessel, slowly pulling it back into Gardiner’s Bay. The boat had taken on water early that morning, forcing the pilot, who had his wife on board, to put the boat close to the beach, with the wind and current doing the rest.“It got very windy, very choppy, so the stern of the boat started taking on water,” Zukosky said, adding the driver was a seasoned boater. “He recognized that, and tried to get it close to shore so it wouldn’t sink.”With that situation under control, they headed back across Gardiner’s Bay before Zukosky spotted a group of paddleboarders and kayakers.“It looks like one guy may not have a life jacket,” Zukosky said, before adding that if a personal flotation device is on the board or in the vessel, it doesn’t have to be worn. On the other hand, if a paddleboarder doesn’t have the proper equipment, harbor patrol can terminate his or her voyage.When they returned to the Coast Guard station, Chief Harbormaster Ed Michels hopped onboard. Michels has organized the harbor patrol to enable it to work with 16 other departments across the East End in a marine task force, to step in where help is needed. He spoke about “the ocean rescue that started out with a bunch of off-duty lifeguards, and has turned into an agency that the state is getting ready to recognize. Every time we get a plane crash, they are right there with me.”A particular concern for Michels is pollution.“Every time we board a boat, we check the head,” Michels said. “We lose our water, we don’t have any place else to go.”Michels has been on the job for 40 years. He is originally from Astoria. He joined the Coast Guard in 1973 and was first sent to Boston.“I came out here in 1986,” Michels said. He was chief on the cutter Point Wells, the Coast Guard’s rescue boat at the time, which has since been replaced by the Bonito, for three years, then became chief of the base for another three years, before making the career move to harbor patrol. He became chief harbormaster in 1999. Michels also stresses keeping drunk boaters off the waters. This is the first year in a while that Marine Patrol hasn’t made a boating while intoxicated arrest. He supports legislation introduced by Assemblyman Fred Thiele that would make boating while intoxicated a felony if there are children aboard.t.e@indyeastend.com Share Jay Sharron and Matt Zukosky.last_img read more

Air Products operating margin at 25-year high

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Greek Lawmakers Approve Sale of Piraeus Stake to Cosco

first_imgThe sale of the majority stake in the Greek port of Piraeus to China’s port operator Cosco Group (Hong Kong) Limited has been ratified by the country’s lawmakers on Thursday, Reuters reports.Under the agreement, the port operator will purchase 67 percent in the port for EUR 368.5 million (USD 411 million), representing a price of EUR 22 per share.The company will initially purchase 51 percent in the port for an amount of EUR 280.5 million, and the remaining stake of 16 percent over five years, for EUR 88 million.The deal includes the investment of EUR 350 million in the port over a period of ten years.After it signed an agreement with the TAIPED (Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund) for the transfer of the majority stake in the Piraeus Port Authority in April, Cosco Group (Hong Kong) Limited received approval for the new concession agreement in mid-June.The Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) and Thessaloniki Port Authority (THPA) are being privatized as part of the country’s bailout plan.Russia’s President earlier revealed his intention to bid for the port of Thessaloniki, the second biggest port in Greece, which is being privatized under the same terms as the port of Piraeus.Greece plans to invite investors to submit binding bids for a majority stake in the port in Thessaloniki at the end of September.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more