Related Posts The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 AssamAssam State Disaster Management AuthorityBarpetaCacharChief Minister’s Relief FundChirangCSRDarrangflood-affectedFortis HealthcareHojaiJorhatMorigaonNagaon Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app By EH News Bureau on August 14, 2019 Share MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” News Read Article Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Comments (0) The donation is to support, aid rehabilitation efforts by State Government for flood-affected victimsFortis Healthcare, donated a sum of Rs 1 crore to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, Assam to support and aid rehabilitation efforts by the State Government for flood-affected victims. A team from the healthcare group led by Jasrita Dhir, Head, Corporate Social Responsibility, Fortis Healthcare and Tituraj Kashyap Das, Sr Manager, Corporate Communications, Fortis Healthcare met Sarbanand Sonowal, Chief Minister, Assam, in New Delhi recently and presented a cheque to him, reinforcing its commitment to the cause of public health.According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), severe floods in Assam have affected 10 out of 33 districts and as per news reports, almost 50 lakh people have been affected with around 90,000 people seeking shelter in relief camps. According to latest data on the ASDMA site till August 4, 2019, the total death toll has risen to 91. The most affected districts are Darrang, Barpeta, Chirang, Morigaon, Nagaon, Hojai, Jorhat and Cachar. Morigaon is the worst affected followed by Barpeta with 9,554 and Jorhat with 3,762 people affected. Although with waters receding now, people are gradually returning to their homes, however, 2,816 people are still lodged in 11 relief camps at Chirang, Morigaon, Nagaon and Jorhat districts. A total crop area of 16,221 hectares of land is still under floodwaters.Dhir shared, “We feel grateful that we could meet the CM, Sonowal recently and make a humble contribution towards the much-needed relief and rehabilitation efforts being driven by the State Government. As a leading healthcare service delivery provider in the country, the Fortis fraternity is committed to the cause of public health. Our CSR initiatives are dedicated to the cause of social good and need of the community.” Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Fortis Healthcare donates Rs 1 crore to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, Assam Add Comment read more
Mad River Glen Cooperative,Vermont Business Magazine Open Road Ski Company (openroadski.com(link is external)) marked the end of their successful campaign in partnership with James Niehues (jamesniehues.com(link is external)) and Mad River Glen (madriverglen.com(link is external)) over the weekend, releasing a first look at the hand-painted trail map and raising a total of $121,327, surpassing their initial goal by over 1,500 percent.Open Road Ski Company, the company that created The Man Behind the Maps(link is external), led a Kickstarter campaign for a new Mad River Glen trail map hand painted by James Niehues. The campaign ran for one month with an initial goal of $7,500, which was surpassed within the first hours after launch. The campaign finished on Mad River Glen’s Green and Gold weekend, the traditional kick-off to the ski season. All profits will benefit the Stark Mountain Foundation.“This partnership took off immediately and absolutely blew us away with its success,” says Mad River Glen’s marketing and events director Ry Young. “Not only do we now have a stunning hand-painted trail map from the best in the business, but we’ve also raised a sizeable nest-egg we can use to help with all-new, on-mountain signage and other mountain projects utilizing the artwork.”The artist behind Mad River Glen’s new map, James Niehues, has created a career as the premier trail map painter. James photographs the mountain from all angles, and then interprets the different perspectives into a single flat painting—something not easily replicated by computers. Through his process James paints everything down to the individual trees and rocks with unmatched accuracy.“Mad River Glen has been an absolutely fascinating project,” says James. “There are so many intricacies to the mountain. An important rock here, and a lightly cut glade there — the mountain is dotted with features that make it unique and prove why it’s such a deeply loved mountain.”Now that the Kickstarter campaign has been completed, all 514 backers will receive prints in the coming weeks, with maps available online later in the year. The money raised will go to Mad River Glen and the Stark Mountain Foundation to help with on-mountain projects related to the artwork for years to come.“Ben and I are thrilled with the results. We are proud to have raised so much money for Mad River Glen and The Stark Mountain Foundation,” says Todd Bennett, co-founder of Open Road Ski Company.Learn more about the legendary ski artist James Niehues at jamesniehues.com(link is external).See the completed Kickstarter and learn more about the collaboration here: (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/orsc/a-ski-legend-paints-mad-river-glen-a-new-trail-map?ref=522q4c(link is external)).About The Mad River Glen Cooperative (MRG)The Mad River Glen Cooperative aims to forever protect the classic skiing experience by preserving low skier density, natural terrain and forests, varied trail character, and a friendly community atmosphere for the benefit of its shareholders, personnel, and patrons. It boasts the only single chair in North America and it’s the only skier-owned cooperative in the US. The Mad River Glen Cooperative has always been and intends to remain fiercely independent. More: https://www.madriverglen.com/(link is external)About The Stark Mountain FoundationThe Stark Mountain Foundations is a charitable organization with a mission to preserve and protect the environment and ecosystem of General Stark Mountain, including its recreational access and historic value, and to support programs that promote and sustain that environment for the enjoyment of present and future generations. More: https://www.starkmountain.org/(link is external)About Open Road Ski CompanyOpen Road Ski Company was formed by two passionate skiers, Ben Farrow and Todd Bennett, in 2018 to create a book cataloguing Niehues’ life work. With over 200 hand painted trail maps and 292 pages, the hardcover coffee-table necessity The Man Behind The Maps: Legendary Ski Artist James Niehues(link is external), was funded as a Kickstarter project(link is external) and raised more than $590,000.00 making it the #1 Art Illustration campaign of all-time. More about James Niehues and Open Road Ski Company: jamesniehues.com/pages/about(link is external)About James NiehuesJames Niehues has painted over 200 trail maps that are used by hundreds of millions of people to navigate ski resorts across the world. As everything goes digital, Niehues maintains his analog approach, hand painting every trail, tree and rock, with details so accurate the maps can be used to navigate unmarked and unnamed areas of the mountain. He was recently inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame and has defined the look of an entire sport, capturing the unique character and soul of mountains worldwide. Jamesniehues.com(link is external)Source: Fayston, Vt. (Oct. 5, 2020) — Mad River Glen read more
North America’s oldest bike-racing title is going back to its roots as VeloNews. After five years under the name Velo, the 44-year-old print publication has, with its April issue, rebranded as VeloNews. The issue, featuring Taylor Phinney on the cover, hit newsstands this week on 8 March.“VeloNews is officially back,” said Editor-in-Chief John Bradley, who took charge of both the magazine and VeloNews.com in June 2015. “This brand has been such an integral part of American cycling culture, and now we’re back to the original name as we recapture the passion and energy that defined us for decades.”Known as the ‘Journal of Competitive Cycling’, VeloNews has reported on and helped shape American bike racing culture for decades. The brand takes readers ‘behind the scenes of all of cycling’s biggest races and most important stories, with breaking news, commentary, humour, and deep dives into cycling culture.’“Like the sport of cycling, VeloNews is constantly evolving but also steeped in history,” Bradley added. “And just like our readers – and the athletes we cover – our editors balance a love of racing and modern cycling technology with an appreciation for cycling’s deep traditions. That’s what this name change is about. It’s both an embrace of our past and a big, flying leap forward. This is going to be a lot of fun.”As the publisher of the official North American guide to the Tour de France, VeloNews aims to deliver the most authentic and authoritative editorial and marketing packages within the cycling industry, to a qualified and influential audience.VeloNews has more than 40-years of history delivering content that informs and entertains cycling enthusiasts worldwide. VeloNews adds that it reaches serious bicycle competitors – present, past and future – as well as the retailers, suppliers, and service providers who are at the leading edge of cycling.Online since 1994, VeloNews.com ‘delivers the most timely, trusted cycling content on the web.’www.VeloNews.com Related read more
Canada: Toronto Transit Commission put Alcatel’s SelNet System Management Control into revenue service on the Scarborough Rapid Transit line in July.France: Alongside a programme to increase capacity at Toulouse Matabiau station, SNCF is discussing with local authorities a 15 km ’tram-train’ (RG 7.01 p467) route to Blagnac Airport, north of the line to Auch. The project is expected to cost up to Fr1bn.Germany: Planning procedures are to start in Hamburg for construction of a 12 km light rail line between Hauptbahnhof and Steilshoop, mainly on reserved track. The cost of the line is expected to be DM420m, including rolling stock (RG 6.00 p338).Great Britain: In July Centro recommended four new Midland Metro corridors for inclusion in the West Midlands Local Transport Plan. They are Birmingham Eastside – Quinton or Halesowen, Coventry Road – Birmingham Airport and NEC, Great Barr or Kingstanding – Bournbrook or Selly Oak, and Wolverhampton – Walsall.Nottingham City Council has appointed consultant Turner & Townsend as project manager for its planned Nottingham Express Transit extensions.Docklands Light Railway Ltd Chairman Ian Brown announced on August 15 that Serco Docklands Ltd had been awarded a two-year franchise extension to operate and maintain the DLR network until March 31 2006.A feasibility study for a light rail line linking the Waterfront Edinburgh development zone with the city centre via Leith is due to be published this month.Spain: Work is expected to begin within two years on an extension of the Valencia metro from Mislata to Manises Airport, now costed at Pts16bn with four stations in the Quart and Mislata districts. As part of the project, Renfe’s Valencia – Riba-roja suburban line is to be covered over within these areas.Madrid Metro has awarded Indra a Pts675m contract to supply two driving simulators to train staff in preparation for the arrival of its Series 7000 and 8000 trainsets (RG 1.01 p53).USA: The first of 10 Siemens SD160 LRVs for Utah Transit Authority was delivered to Salt Lake City on July 19, and is expected to enter service this month.Yugoslavia: Inekon and Gosa are to modernise 30 CKD-built Beograd trams at a cost of DM12m. The Swiss city of Basel has donated to Beograd 40 tramcars and 10 years’ worth of spares, which will be delivered by February. read more
Matt Loede Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. CLEVELAND – Football fans, we have reached the mid-way point of the season and another coach has fell victim to the grinder that is the NFL. Ken Whisenhunt, now former head coach of the Tennessee Titans, was given his walking papers early Tuesday morning leaving Mike Mularkey to serve as interim head coach.In NFL trade deadline news, tight end Vernon Davis was sold to the undefeated Broncos for a pair of sixth-round draft picks – (’16 & ’17). Someone who will not be on the move is Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack, who stated he would not waive his trade clause in his contract.An exciting week in the NFL as the Top 10 looks like phony imposter to the previous weeks’ power rankings. Teams have made a significant stride finishing up the first half of the season and this past weekend of action caused some shake-up on our list. NEO Sports Insiders NFL Power Rankings1. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (1) 7-0Not so fast, Dan Campbell. The Patriots were by no means impressed with the Dolphins recent success against the Titans and Texans and showed no mercy in a victory on Thursday night, which may have locked up the AFC East at the mid-way point of the season. Tom Brady adds 4 TDs to his season total (20) and Rob Gronkowski finished with 6 catches for 113 yards and a TD. 2. CINCINNATI BENGALS (3) 7-0It took eight weeks for the Green Bay Packers to fall out of the No. 2 spot but if there is any team more deserving up the runner-up title than the Cincinnati Bengals as of now I would love to hear that argument. Yes, Andy Dalton didn’t exactly light-up the stat sheet, but they beat a very good Pittsburgh team who got their QB back in Big Ben. Even though Roethlisberger doesn’t do historically well in his first game back from injury, the Bengals are making a strong statement in the AFC. Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Related TopicsNFLNFL Power RankingsNFL Week 9 Power RankingsPower Rankings read more
Sign in to follow this It’s better than what they had, but it’s still pretty unpleasant. Also, they changed the snake jersey numbers last season from the old St. Louis Vipers font to a near-illegible knockoff. Members Phoenix is a bangwagon town 5 hours ago, SnakesFan said: YELDARBfield Followers 2 0 1,098 posts 1,259 It’s a huge upgrade (albeit a tad generic), and looks to put them near the top of their league’s brandings. Excited to see the rest. Location:Memph-ish 7 hours ago, SnakesFan said: 450 Favourite Logos:Nashville Predators (primary and pick), Toledo Walleye, Tucson Roadrunners (Kachina), Arizona Diamondbacks, Hillsboro Hops, Louisville Mashers. Posted June 8, 2016 Link to post Location:Tucson, AZ 0 Posted June 9, 2016 2,215 Share this post Members Link to post Share on other sites 2,077 0 The Man Behind the Curtain YELDARBfield Share on other sites So we have a “Snakes” script plus the water tower mark The Barn had in their sketches. Looks like some neat art; can’t wait to see how they utilize it. Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish 210 0 OldRamsFan SportsLogos.Net 1,364 Link to post Posted June 9, 2016 Posted June 8, 2016 Location:Racine, Wisconsin 0 BeerGuyJordan 2,077 1,123 2,192 New Columbus Cottonmouths Logo (SPHL) Share this post Share this post 13,464 posts Posted June 9, 2016 Posted June 8, 2016 OldRamsFan 1,259 5,708 posts 2,077 233 Share on other sites 2,215 That’s a great first impression. Can’t wait to see the rest of this identity 450 Sports Logo News walkerws The old one had too much history associated with it…this is TECHNICALLY a better design, but I’m not giving this five years for nostalgic reasons. Share on other sites 1,123 officeglenn Their twitter account has a wordmark: I can agree with that. My top three would be Pensy, Mississippi (bias alert!), and Huntsville. Peoria’s look is pretty solid, too. 41 10,452 posts Link to post Share on other sites Sports Logos I knew it… Members 2,215 Share this post IMO, not by a long shot. I think that goes to Pensacola. 395 posts SnakesFan 1 19,560 posts Huge, huge upgrade. Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary YELDARBfield Link to post Posted June 8, 2016 Sodboy13 Is this the best logo in the Sphl Share on other sites 450 Share this post jaha32 10,452 posts Luke_Groundrunner 1,259 sphl 0 By SnakesFan, June 8, 2016 in Sports Logo News 41 41 Share this post 1,364 2,215 Location:Tucson, AZ 15 hours ago, ldconcepts said: Share this post -kj Posted June 8, 2016 19,663 posts Members Posted June 8, 2016 Location:Massillon, OH NO. STOP THAT. Share on other sites Is this the best logo in the Sphl 2,129 posts Location:Memph-ish hettinger_rl MBurmy Sports Logo News Members Go To Topic Listing 0 Share this post Posted June 9, 2016 Location:Aberdeen, SD Moderators Share on other sites The more I look at this the less I like it. The perspective is off, which you can really see in the nostrils area. Also, aren’t cottonmouths supposed to have a bright white mouth? Hence the name? Overall it is in the right direction from what they had, but seems kinda [email protected]$$ed IMO. 1 I knew it… Location:San Jose Share on other sites Location:Ashburton Grove 233 2,129 posts Previews of alt logos 0 -kj -kj walkerws I don’t like it. I don’t think it’s done poorly. It just scares the crap outta me. 210 Share this post Not a bad idea, but the kerning there is pretty awful. 102 Share on other sites 1,259 Luke_Groundrunner 450 0 Forums Home I also just noticed the Bank Gothic at the top. Location:Wisconsin / South Korea Share this post Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary New full/complete primary logo Location:San Jose Posted June 8, 2016 1,461 posts 233 walkerws Members Sodboy13 Posted June 8, 2016 0 102 Share on other sites Members Posted June 8, 2016 new logo 5,159 2,828 posts Share this post SnakesFan Location:Massillon, OH 2,215 102 1,123 7 hours ago, SnakesFan said: The word mark and snake head don’t match. The word mark should be more fluid 1,364 450 69 posts Members 69 posts 1 14 hours ago, BeerGuyJordan said: 0 officeglenn 1 Share on other sites walkerws New Columbus Cottonmouths Logo (SPHL) Share this post Share this post BeerGuyJordan 210 Link to post columbus cottonouths Members Overall it is a mostly solid look, especially at first glance, but sometimes I wish I wasn’t such a perfectionist so I wouldn’t have to notice all the small details. I agree with Hettinger about the perspective on the nostrils being off. The word mark also has some areas of inconsistent spacing, and the thick blue outline on the letters doesn’t fit with the outline-less snake. Again, it is a big upgrade. To the average fan it’ll do, but I still think it could benefit from one final round of touch-ups. 1,259 Vintage Mascot Guru Link to post Sports Logos Members SnakesFan Link to post All Activity 19,663 posts 1,259 Just a fan who happened to find this page. Posted June 9, 2016 YELDARBfield Previews of alt logos 233 Link to post IMO, not by a long shot. I think that goes to Pensacola. Share this post Sign in to follow this -kj 233 @YELDARBfield 0 2,192 1,461 posts The Man Behind the Curtain Link to post 2,215 ldconcepts It’s definitely an upgrade from what they had, but I don’t think it’s the best in the SPHL. This topic is now closed to further replies. Share on other sites hettinger_rl Link to post Share on other sites ldconcepts Followers 2 Share on other sites 2,192 Link to post Link to post SportsLogos.Net 0 Victoria Concordia Crescit Link to post Share this post Link to post Share on other sites 233 1 hockey I am supremely biased, so I won’t share my SPHL logo rankings right now. What does everyone else think? Posted June 8, 2016 Posted June 8, 2016 Share this post 0 Members Is this the best logo in the Sphl Favourite Logos:Nashville Predators (primary and pick), Toledo Walleye, Tucson Roadrunners (Kachina), Arizona Diamondbacks, Hillsboro Hops, Louisville Mashers. 0 Share on other sites Location:Vancouver, BC Canada 450 0 Share on other sites Posted June 8, 2016 Location:Effington Link to post Link to post jaha32 Members Favourite Logos:Hartford WhalersVancouver Canucks ‘Johnny V’BC LionsWashington Capitals ‘Weagle’ St Louis BluesNew Jersey DevilsCharlotte Hornets 2014-PresHouston Texans Seattle Seahawks Link to post New Columbus Cottonmouths Logo (SPHL) Posted June 8, 2016 5,159 SnakesFan Members I think the main thing I dislike about Columbus’ new look is that they’ve abandoned green. One reason we (RiverKings) changed from green to black & gold was because both the Snakes and Gators used it. Now that Columbus dropped it (and Louisiana is inactive for a year), there is no green in the league. Columbus could’ve owned it in the SPHL. 0 Members MBurmy Share this post 0 BeerGuyJordan BeerGuyJordan Forums Home @YELDARBfield 2,958 posts Share this post All Activity 1,440 posts 5,159 0 Members Recommended Posts read more
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