For Joe Bastianich, the business partner with whom Batali had founded and built their restaurant empire over the course of 20 years, the full effect of Batali’s transgressions was only beginning. “On the day in December that it broke, I had to walk into these restaurants and talk about these allegations,” Bastianich said. Their properties included Esca, Del Posto, Lupa, and Otto in New York, along with outposts nationwide and abroad. “To see people who were crying — I became emotional at some of these meetings,” Bastianich added. “It was real. Some of them felt angry. Some felt betrayed by Mario. To me, it was about bringing a bit of spirituality to the situation and immediately moving to create a new corporate culture.”
All told, the site would feature a planned 805 parking spaces, more than the 727 spots that would be required. The daycare center would have the lowest allotment, of just 24 spaces, as Lehrer said some five vans would be used to shuttle seniors back and forth to the facility.
By 1993, the Jackson family drama was increasingly in the public eye. Michael was still a couple of years away from child abuse allegations, trial, and “Wacko Jacko,” but his eccentricity had long been fodder for public conversation. The Jacksons: An American Dream miniseries had aired with high ratings the year prior. LaToya’s ’91 tell-all, although full of unsupported allegations, had given insight to Joe’s dysfunctional dynamics with his children. Janet mostly stayed out of the fray and made a declarative break from her family with this album by putting an actual period at the end of her first name in the title.
McKinley 5th graders and their teacher Joseph Paradise share questions, predictions and observations about a novel they are reading with a fifth grade class in Atlanta, Georgia, part of the Global Read Aloud whose goal it is to connect the world through reading. (Photo: ~Courtesy of Westfield Public Schools)
Over 50 College of the Arts graduates celebrated the completion of their degree programs at the college’s recognition ceremony in the University Auditorium. Dean Onye Ozuzu presided over the ceremony, welcoming Assistant Professor of Dance Trent D. Williams Jr. to provide faculty remarks and McKenna Nelson, who received her Bachelor of Music, to present the student keynote. Nelson was selected by her fellow graduates to speak at the ceremony.
Arthur Kull, chairman of the Civic Auditorium Committee, speaks about the renovations at the theater. The auditorium’s Phase 1 construction is just about finished with new carpet, acoustic paneling, and temporary chairs — lowering seating capacity but adding more seat space. A mechanized orchestra pit lift will be installed soon with a donation from the Maeck Family Foundation.
This is evident in how others have dodged Disney. In so doing, other studios have opened movies to great results during non-summer and non-holiday periods on the calendar and expanded the box office marketplace as a result.
The city will seek that grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs’ Energy and Mineral Assistance fund, which provides grants for projects to cities that have energy development occurring in their area. It would cover roughly half of the cost of the design process, which Fort Morgan Director of Public Works Steve Glammeyer said would cost about $2 million.
In a filing with the Justice Department — required of U.S. firms working as agents for foreign powers — Qorvis said it had spent $190,000 on lodging at the Trump hotel, and another $82,000 on catering and parking.
During a dedication ceremony held on Nov. 27, Rolling Thunder Inc. and the Dante family bestowed upon North Hunterdon High School an empty POW-MIA chair that commemorates the service men and women who did not return home and their sacrifice to protect the country.
Boys may not have acted alone in Fort Morgan murders: Morgan County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Jon Holt testified that he does have reason to think persons other than the two Fort Morgan teenagers arrested for the 2017 murders of Destiny McMinn and Santos Macias may have been involved in the murders, though not necessarily in the actual killing act, and continues to consider and investigate such theories, The Times reported Jan. 26.
The two newest members of the Central Hall of Fame are brothers Jim and John Kafer, who both graduated from Central High School, received appointments to the U.S. Air Force Academy and graduated from the Academy with political science degrees, achieved the rank of colonel, and earned numerous promotions, major awards and decorations throughout their illustrious military careers.
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