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New Grill Magazine Reveals How to Master the Art of Outdoor Grilling Just in Time for Labor Day 2014 Holiday Grilling
Huntington Beach, California (PRWEB) August 27, 2014
As the country nears the Labor Day 2014 holiday weekend and basks in the heart of the backyard grilling season, DCS by Fisher & Paykel is revealing how to master The Art of Outdoor Grilling through a new magazine that includes instructions how to grill the perfect steak, seasonal grilling recipes, and all the tools needed for a perfect summer of grilling. Called Grill, the digital edition of the new magazines Spring/Summer 2014 issue is free at http://www.dcsappliances.com/company/press-room/brochures/.
We developed Grill magazine because the DCS by Fisher & Paykel brand is all about a premium cooking experience and recognizing the desire for home chefs to master restaurant culinary cooking right in their own backyards, says Gina Lathrum, brand marketing manager for DCS by Fisher & Paykel. In this issue, renowned chefs Charlie Palmer and Ben Farley offer their grilling tips. We consider the ultimate outdoor kitchen and show readers how to create an easy multi-course feast cooked entirely on the grill.
To illustrate, Lathrum refers to the Spring/Summer issues preface, Grilling isnt just a style of cooking its an attitude. From dishes to design, we are passionate about every aspect of outdoor grilling. Thats why weve created a magazine entirely devoted to the art of grilling because grilling can be contentious. When passion runs high, so does debate. Its part of what makes grilling so great. Every state has its own local lore, tried techniques, and loved ingredients; you can discover the flavor of every part of America through its backyard grills
For a taste of whats inside, Lathrum offers up a look at one of the recipes included in the issue:
Grilled Pork Chops with Cucumber, Apple, and Fennel Salsa
4 tsp fennel seeds
4 whole, small, red, dried chilies
2 tsp whole allspice
1 cinnamon stick
2 tsp dried oregano
4 cloves garlic
Salt and pepper
Colloidal silver has made it to many different homes. This product is made by taking nano particles of silver and suspending them in water. Many people report good things to their health when they are using this product. It is found in lotions and even as a liquid form. Those that ingest it as a liquid for state it has anti-inflammatory properties and it is even used as an antibiotic. It was marketed in the 1990s as an alternative medicine. You do have to be careful of ionic silver. This can have health problems. In order to figure out if it is ionic you can add table salt to a little bit of it. If it creates a white cloudy appearance then it is silver ions and not silver colloids. Colloidal silver is a product that has been used for many years and it projected to be used for many more.
Wintergreen, VA (PRWEB) August 26, 2014
Wintergreen Performing Arts (WPA) has selected Erin Freeman as its new Artistic Director. Hailed by media as engaging, elegant, and entertaining, Dr. Freeman will assume her new duties effective October 1, 2014. Larry Alan Smith, WPAs Artistic and Executive Director since 2006, will step down at the end of WPAs 2014 fiscal year to return to composing and to pursue other musical interests.
In announcing Freemans appointment, Tom Steele, President of the Board, said: After concluding an exhaustive national search, we are delighted to welcome Erin to Wintergreen. She brings a level of energy, a breadth of musical experience and a love of performing arts that will surely enrich the audience experience for all of us. We knew the day would come when Larry would want to get back to composing on a greater scale and, like the remarkable artist that he is, venture into new musical endeavors. We will miss him but are excited that Erin will be our new artistic leader to both build upon and carry forward the wonderful and extraordinary music and festival we have here at Wintergreen.
With a varied background that includes orchestral, choral, and ballet conducting; secondary, college, and conservatory teaching; artistic and community planning; and non-profit management (as well as a love for Central Virginia), Dr. Freeman will become the new creator and producer of the Wintergreen Summer Music Festival and the associated Wintergreen Summer Music Academy, as well as the organizer of other WPA programs throughout the year. She will work with the Board and relevant committees on development, strategic planning, promotion and marketing efforts.
Dr. Freeman will continue her work as Director of the Richmond Symphony Chorus, a newly created position sponsored by the Richmond Symphony, and as Assistant Professor/Director of Choral Activities at Virginia Commonwealth University. This joint position comes on the heels of a successful seven years as the Richmond Symphonys Associate Conductor, and will include overseeing all of the choral ensembles at VCU as well as vocal chamber music, and preparing the 150-voice Richmond Symphony Chorus for all of its performances.
As Associate Conductor and Chorus Director of the Richmond Symphony from 2007-2014, Dr. Freeman conducted subscription concerts, led the Pops and Lollipops Series, spearheaded the Symphonys education initiatives, including its four youth orchestras, and directed the 150-voice symphony chorus. In 2012 she prepared the Richmond Symphony Chorus for an historic performance and recording of Mahler Symphony No. 8 with the Virginia Symphony, under the direction of JoAnn Falletta.
Dr. Freeman maintains an association with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus, for whom she has served as Music Director, and with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, where she has been a frequent guest conductor. She has also been a guest conductor for the South Carolina Philharmonic, the Savannah Symphony, the Richmond Ballet, and other ensembles in Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, Missouri, and Illinois.
Passionate about making classical music accessible to all, Dr. Freeman led the Richmond Symphonys ground breaking Come and Play program, resulting in a community orchestra of over 650. She has served as Director of Orchestras at Baltimore School for the Arts and American University, Conductor at Northwestern Universitys National High School Music Institute, Lecturer for the National Philharmonic and Baltimore Symphony, Music Director of the Richmond Philharmonic, and Resident Conductor at Peabody Conservatory. She has instructed national seminars for the Conductors Guild, and serves on their board of directors as Vice President.
Winner of numerous awards, including the Womens Philharmonic Conducting Scholarship, Dr. Freeman was selected by Virginia Lawyers Weekly as one of Virginias 50 most influential women. With degrees from Northwestern University, Boston University, and Peabody Conservatory, she has studied and performed in masterclasses with such notables as Gustav Meier and Robert Shaw.
Located at Wintergreen Resort, Virginias beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain destination southwest of Charlottesville, Wintergreen Performing Arts has enjoyed 19 continuous, successful years of operation since its founding in 1995. Its primary focus is the four-week Wintergreen Summer Music Festival, launched in 1997, and featuring national and international artists, music Academy drawing active participants from across the country, and events and performances that embrace the performing, visual and literary arts.
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About Wintergreen Performing Arts, Inc.: Wintergreen Performing Arts, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that produces a high-quality summer music festival, as well as other performing arts programming throughout the year. The presentation of symphonic and chamber music is at the core of its mission, but by attracting first-rate artists to serve as performers and educators, it diversifies its musical programming as well as offers educational opportunities in the literary, culinary, creative and performing arts to the communities of Central Virginia. Education is a major part of the organizations mission reflected both in the Wintergreen Summer Music Academy and in the variety of cultural programs it presents. It strives to enrich the lives of a broad audience of individuals, who participate as residents or visitors, in the unique Wintergreen experience. For more information, call (434) 325-8292 or visit WPAs web site at http://www.wintergreenperformingarts.org.
Landscape Painting Fundamentals – Corel Painter X3/2015 Online Course (Open now through 2014) Registration & Info: http://www.aaronrutten.com/classes.html A preview of my Landscape Painting…
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Demo of Landscape painting in Pencil Media by Rahul Deshpande.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 26, 2014
Schools and districts around the country are increasingly personalizing the learning process to ensure that all students are on track for meeting and exceeding todays more rigorous learning goals and graduating college career-ready. To continue to support educators in this critical mission, Pearson today unveiled the newest update to SuccessMaker, its research-based, award-winning personalized digital math and reading curriculum for grades K-8.
SuccessMaker adapts to the unique learning needs of each individual student, continuously analyzing performance, identifying areas for remediation or acceleration, and effectively estimating the amount of time necessary for students to reach achievement levels.
For more than four decades, SuccessMaker has personalized reading and math instruction for young learners around the country. Beginning in the 2010-2011 school year, district leaders at Killeen Independent School District in Texas turned to SuccessMaker to help them fill in gaps in student knowledge in reading and math. Killeen has a unique opportunity to work with students of parents stationed at Ft. Hood Army Post. Over 50 percent of the students in Killeen schools are the children of military parents. Due to the frequency of military post changes, Killeen leaders were grappling with a student mobility rate of nearly 30 percent, a disruption in education that is especially challenging for the 11 percent of Killeen’s students who have been identified as needing special education services.
In the 2010-2011 school year, Killeen district leaders integrated SuccessMaker into the special education program and quickly saw significant acceleration in student progress. For example, after only five months of learning with SuccessMaker, students in special education at Harker Heights High School demonstrated 1.13 years of academic growth in reading and 1.43 years academic growth in math. Additionally, by the end of the 2013-2014 school year, 92 percent of 8th grade students in special education at Manor Middle School who were building reading skills with SuccessMaker passed the state reading assessment on their first attempt.
Killeen special education teachers value SuccessMaker as a trusted partner in the classroom. Ruth Roberts, English language arts and reading special education resource teacher at Manor Middle School, said, SuccessMaker helped me see which skills students were not mastering and re-teach those during instruction. I have seen all my students grow academically, which created success in other core classes. One student came to me in the 6th grade and was basically a beginning reader. He is now leaving for high school and has made almost four years of growth and has developed the skills he needs to function in high school.
Now SuccessMaker 7.0 will include the following major content additions and enhancements for reading and mathematics:
Comprehensive content alignment to state standards for college and career readiness
Enhanced interactivity that focuses on building close reading skills and deep conceptual understanding in math
New teacher-driven course and reporting options
Access to more than 12,000 additional learning resources in reading, math, science and social studies
“Every day, teachers from around the country share inspiring stories about the ways that SuccessMaker is helping them ensure that all of their students are on the path to success and meeting and exceeding todays more rigorous learning goals, said Mike Evans, senior vice president and general manager for Pearsons preK-12 Literacy and Math group. Now SuccessMaker 7.0 gives them an even more powerful tool for helping K-8 students reach their full potential using its proven personalized and adaptive instructional model.
To learn more about SuccessMaker 7.0, please visit http://www.pearsonschool.com/successmaker.
Pearson is the worlds leading learning company, with 40,000 employees in more than 80 countries working to help people of all ages to make measurable progress in their lives through learning. For more information about Pearson, visit http://www.pearson.com.
Brandon Pinette, brandon(dot)pinette(at)pearson(dot)com, or (800) 745-8489
INDIANAPOLIS (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
An exhibition featuring the works of Georgia OKeeffe and her contemporaries will open in the Allen Whitehill Clowes Special Exhibition Gallery at the Indianapolis Museum of Art on Nov. 2, 2014. Georgia OKeeffe and the Southwestern Still Life tells the story of the Southwest as seen through the eyes of the artists who lived there. The exhibition is produced by International Arts