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Tomiaki also displayed one of Paolos 10 four hun

first_imgTomiaki also displayed one of Paolo’s 10, four hundred page, aluminum encased journal/sketchbooks. Nick Falevina receives his certificate of completion from Workshop Coordinator, Wes Ozier. Site Coordinator Tomiaki Tamura opened up the Archives to share some of Paolo’s scrolls with the June Workshop. Pictured is a Space for Peace scroll. June 11, 2001GraduationOn Friday, the May Workshop graduated from the five-week program. The group marked the event by posing on Sebastian and Karsten’s 1979 Caddy.[Photos and text by Jennifer Thornton] The last week of the May Workshop coincided with Seminar Week of the June Workshop in which the Workshoppers are familiarized withArcosanti and Arcology Theory. Landscape Manager Karen Taylor shows the group the various flowers, trees, herbs, vegetables and other plants that beautify the Site.last_img read more

Rep Maturen takes oath of office in Lansing

first_img Categories: Maturen News State Rep. David Maturen, R-Brady Township, took the ceremonial oath of office administered by Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert P. Young Jr. Accompanying Maturen is his daughter, Nicole, and his wife, Nancy. Maturen was elected last November as the state representative for the 63rd House District, which consists of parts of Calhoun and Kalamazoo counties. Residents are invited to contact Maturen and his staff by phone at (517) 373-1787, via email at DavidMaturen@house.mi.gov, and by mail at P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909. 15Jan Rep. Maturen takes oath of office in Lansinglast_img read more

Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month established

first_img House Resolution 94, adopted today, declares May 2015 Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month in the state of Michigan.Cystic Fibrosis is a life-threatening genetic disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system. About 1,000 new cases are diagnosed each year.State Rep. Ben Glardon, R-Owosso, offered the resolution.“Approximately 1,100 children and young adults in Michigan are living with Cystic Fibrosis. Rep. Glardon said. “This resolution invites Cystic Fibrosis chapters, foundations and volunteers to come together in Michigan to raise awareness about this devastating disease this May to achieve their mission of curing and controlling the disease.”Rep. Glardon has volunteered his auction services for Cystic Fibrosis awareness for over 25 years and has developed friendships with families affected by the disease.### Categories: News 21May Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month establishedlast_img read more

Stéphane Richard Oranges management does not beli

first_imgStéphane RichardOrange’s management does not believe in making direct investments in the media industry and has no plans to increase its involvement in the content business the model adopted by a number of its peers, according to CEO Stéphane Richard.Speaking to analysts after Orange’s latest quarterly financial release, Richard said that he did “not believe in a strategy based on heavy investment in content rights or pay TV activities”. He said that the Orange Cinéma Series service in France would “more or less” break even this year and that its budget was minuscule compared with Orange’s business as a whole. “It’s a marginal aspect and we have no plans to increase our investments in content,” said Richard.Richard said the content business was “a different business that requires different skills”, adding that “no-one has ever really proved that there is a significant synergy” between the access network business and content creation.Richard said that Orange does have to secure access to content for its subscribers, but that the route to do this was to take part in joint projects with others, as in France, or to tackle problems with the antitrust authorities, as in Spain, where Orange has argued that Telefónica, which controls 80% of the pay TV market, must make more of its content available to rivals.Separately, Richard said that Orange’s goal in Africa, where it has recently ramped up its investment activity, with the acquisition of a controlling stake in Morocco’s Méditel and a deal with Bharti Airtel to buy four of its African subsidiaries, was to achieve “critical size” across “the whole continent”. He said that Orange’s MTN was currently the only truly pan-African telco and that the company’s strategy in the continent would deliver long-term value creation for shareholders.last_img read more