Spanish Navy’s Reina Sofía to Join SNMG-2 View post tag: Spanish Navy Authorities View post tag: News by topic The Spanish Navy’s frigate ‘Reina Sofía’ (F-84) has just departed from Rota Naval Base towards the Mediterranean to integrate into the Second Standing NATO Maritime Group (SNMG-2) whose mission is to enhance and warrant the security in that Sea.During her deployment in the NATO Task Group, the ‘Reina Sofía’ will call at the following foreign ports: Aksaz and Antalya (Turkey) and Alexandria (Egypt).The SNMG-2, where another Spanish Navy frigate is also integrated (the F-102), is scheduled to participate in exercise ‘Noble Mariner 14’ in the Alborán Sea and in the Turkish manoeuvers ‘Mabi-Valina’ in Eastern Mediterranean.The frigate’s complement is made up of a total of 212 people including the embarked Air Unit personnel for the SH-60B helicopter and a Marine Corps security squad.[mappress mapid=”14085″]Image: Spanish Navy View post tag: Navy View post tag: join View post tag: Reina Sofía View post tag: europe Back to overview,Home naval-today Spanish Navy’s Reina Sofía to Join SNMG-2 October 16, 2014 View post tag: SNMG-2 View post tag: Naval Share this article
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Buckingham Palace declined Cherwell’s request for comment.A member of St Benet’s JCR further explained to Cherwell why he believes the invited speakers to be problematic, commenting, “The Hall lobbied the University to remove the PPH opt out from the University admissions process, which probably means they should be more open to the greater diversity of students they’re going to get now people can’t elect not to be considered by a PPH.“They said it created a bad impression. When you applied to Oxford, you used to get an email asking if you wanted to opt out of being considered by any PPHs.“If the Hall campaigned to have the opt out removed so people could no longer chose not to be considered by a religious hall then they should have taken into account that people who would have previously opted out, for example gay people uncomfortable at the thought of attending a conservative Roman Catholic institution, would end up attending the Hall, and so should have made moves to provide welfare and a more inclusive atmosphere.”St Benet’s has made steps towards becoming more inclusive, with a board of trustees of the PPH voting unanimously on Thursday to formally confirm the decision to admit female undergraduate students for the academic year 2016 to 2017.Currently, St Benet’s has female graduate students, but no female undergraduates, as the six Benedictine monks that live and work in the Hall are not permitted to live with women. St Benet’s is the last PPH or College at Oxford that is not co-educational.Professor Jeanrond commented on the future admission of female undergraduates, “This vote means the happy end of a process. Last year the St Benet’s Trust decided to admit female graduate students, and we were delighted to welcome the first female graduate student doing an MSt course in Jewish Studies last October.“The reason why we are deciding now to admit undergraduate students has to do with our success in identifying a second building for St Benet’s. Our main site at St Giles houses a Benedictine community of monks. Therefore, the house offers male accommodation only.“The new house offered to us to buy by the Sisters of the Sacred Heart in Norham Gardens would allow us to accommodate both male and female students. I am very happy indeed that we now have the opportunity to transform St Benet’s into a coed college community within the Benedictine educational spirit. And I am encouraging female students interested in the subjects we teach to apply now for admission in October 2016.“My colleagues in Ampleforth Abbey, at St Benet’s Hall and I are actively engaged in fundraising to secure the funds for the acquisition of this new building. We hope to move into the new site already in October 2015.” Students at St Benet’s Hall have claimed that they were “emotionally blackmailed” by the Master of the Permanent Private Hall (PPH) to cancel an emergency JCR meeting called to discuss a boycott of a student dinner to which HRH Princess Michael of Kent had been invited to attend.St Benet’s Hall host a ‘common table’, where the Master, fellows of the PPH, the six Benedictine monks who reside in the Hall, and both graduate and undergraduate students eat together and have discussions.HRH Princess Michael of Kent was invited by the Master, Professor Werner Jeanrond, to attend one such pre-paid dinner in St Benet’s Hall. However, students had spoken out against this invitation, as, according to one undergraduate at the PPH who wished to remain anonymous, “[HRH Princess Michael] has a history of publicly expressing appallingly racist, classist, and elitist views”.The JCR called an emergency meeting to be held last Friday, where they planned to discuss a boycott of the dinner in protest against the PPH’s association with Princess Michael and to write and issue a statement clarifying the JCR’s opposition to her attending the dinner. This was intended to distance the undergraduate community at St Benet’s from the remarks Princess Michael has made on record about BME individuals.However, before the emergency meeting was to take place on Friday evening, Professor Jeanrond allegedly threatened both his resignation, and the loss of the new building necessary for the admission of female undergraduates in future years, if it went ahead. The emergency meeting was subsequently cancelled.A St Benet’s student, who wished to remain unnamed, explained, “The Master has informed us that if we are to speak out we will lose our new building and he will have to resign. We don’t believe that to be true. The Master said the Hall would lose all of its funding, we’d lose the new building, so women would be off the agenda, he’d have to resign, and Benet’s would have to shut down.”Speaking on the day of the planned emergency meeting prior to its cancellation, one St Benet’s JCR member told Cherwell, “We feel that this [the meeting and its aims] is of significance because, due to some members of the Hall making it clear that [they] felt unwelcome and ill-fitted to the atmosphere of the Hall, we have recently (in a very controversial JCR meeting) instituted a BME position on the JCR committee.” The student continued, “Furthermore, a significant majority of the JCR also want to move Benet’s towards being more progressive; we believe this move [inviting HRH Princess Michael to the PPH] significantly contradicts the Master’s publicly aired views, leading him open to accusations of hypocrisy, as he is reinforcing the toxic elitist image of St Benet’s, which so many of us who care about the image of the Hall want to address.”Professor Jeanrond told Cherwell, “St Benet’s Hall prides itself for its hospitality at its common table. Every Tuesday evening in term time students and fellows suggest guest speakers from very different parts of society and culture to address our table for approximately ten minutes. A member of our JCR has suggested we invite HRH Princess Michael of Kent, an invitation which the Hall has supported.“No member of the Hall has ever been coerced into dining. The decision on the admission of female undergraduate students to the Hall is entirely unrelated.”The dinner to which HRH Princess Michael was invited as the Hall’s guest took place last Tuesday. Students were not allowed to bring phones or cameras into the hall, and security was hired for the evening.Another controversial guest, Cardinal Raymond Burke, was welcomed to St Benet’s Hall on 28th May. Cardinal Burke’s attendance caused further anger amongst St Benet’s students, due to alleged homophobic comments he had made prior to his visit. Cardinal Burke was removed from the Vatican committee in 2013 for his “anti-gay” values, and in 2014 he claimed that children should not be exposed to same-sex couples.
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Glenbervie-based Macphie has raised £25,000 for a Scottish mental health charity during the Covid-19 outbreak.The food ingredients manufacturer has been fundraising for the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) since last year and is set to donate the final total during the Covid-19 pandemic.Its 280-strong workforce has raised funds by participating in obstacle courses, marathons and selling crafts. Macphie also hosted ‘lunch and learn’ sessions with employees to raise awareness of mental health and the support available.“Raising awareness of mental health has been high on our agenda for a while now, but amid the Covid-19 outbreak and a nationwide lockdown, looking after our wellbeing is more important than ever. As we all do our best to look after our physical health, this ongoing crisis can take its toll on our mental health,” said chairman Alastair Macphie.There were now 130 SAMH staff working on the front line and delivering face-to-face support to vulnerable adults across the country, said the company.The charity has created a hub of information and guidance on its website dedicated to looking after mental health during lockdown.“Many of us are feeling worried or stressed about how coronavirus could affect our lives, as well as our loved ones. The money raised by Macphie will help SAMH continue our work to help provide support to people who need it the most. All mental health services can be life-changing for someone experiencing poor mental health,” added Fiona Lewis, corporate partnerships manager at SAMH.
Earlier in the year, The Peach Music Festival finalized its highly anticipated lineup for its 2018 edition, which will take place at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania, from July 19th through 22nd (almost a full month earlier than it has in previous years). Today, the festival has dropped its daily schedules, giving fans the opportunity to begin plotting their plans for the beloved four-day festival.On Thursday, July 19th, Twiddle will headline the warm-up festivities for the weekend, rounded out by performances by Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Turkuaz, and The Marcus King Band. Thursday will also host the highly anticipated sole 2018 performance from Cabinet, the bluegrass outfit which recently announced their indefinite hiatus in December 2017.On Friday, July 20th, Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, Umphrey’s McGee, The Revivalists, moe., Twiddle & “Frends”, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Jaimoe’s Jassz Band will headline The Peach Festival, with additional performances from Leftover Salmon, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, ZZ Ward, Anders Osborne & Jackie Greene, The Suffers, BIG Something, The Main Squeeze, and more.On Saturday, July 21st, the stacked musical weekend continues, with its top act being Gov’t Mule‘s special set dubbed Dark Side Of The Mule. Saturday’s daily lineup also boasts two sets from Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, a special collaborative set from moe. and Little Feat featuring the Turkuaz Horns and performing Waiting For Columbus, in addition to Blackberry Smoke, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Spafford, The Devon Allman Project featuring Duane Betts, and more. Closing out the weekend, on Sunday, July 22nd, The Peach Music Festival will close with performances by Gov’t Mule, Dickey Betts & His Band, Wake Up with Warren Haynes, Oteil Burbridge & Friends, and others.You can check out The Peach Festival’s recently announced daily lineups below, and head to the Peach Fest website for more details and tickets.
Pippin will shortly no longer have its magic to do on Broadway. The Tony-winning revival of Stephen Schwartz and Roger O. Hirson’s hit musical is set to shutter on January 4, 2015 at the Music Box Theatre. The re-imagined production, directed by Diane Paulus, officially opened on April 25, 2013. At time of closing the show will have played 37 previews and 709 regular performances. The tuner tells the story of a young prince as he is guided on a journey by a mysterious group of performers, led by the Leading Player. Pippin features a score of memorable songs including “Magic to Do,” “Glory” and “Corner of the Sky.” Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 4, 2015 The cast currently includes Josh Kaufman as Pippin, Carly Hughes as Leading Player, John Dossett as Charles, Charlotte d’Amboise as Fastrada, Rachel Bay Jones as Catherine and Lucie Arnaz as Berthe. Pippin View Comments
Bright Star Show Closed This production ended its run on June 26, 2016 About the Artist: With a desire to celebrate the magic of live theater and those who create it, and with a deep reverence for such touchstones as the work of Al Hirschfeld and the wall at Sardi’s, Squigs is happy and grateful to be among those carrying on the traditions where theater and caricature meet. He was born and raised in Oregon, lived in Los Angeles for quite a long time and now calls New York City his home. Shine on! Bright Star, the new musical by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, opens officially at the Cort Theatre on March 24. The production, directed by Walter Bobbie, stars Carmen Cusack in her Broadway debut, plus Paul Alexander Nolan and A.J. Shively. In commemoration of the musical’s big night, Broadway.com resident artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson created this sketch of the cast in action.In addition to Cusack, Nolan and Shively as Alice Murphy, Jimmy Ray Dobbs and Billy Cane, respectively, the portrait features Hannah Elless as Margo Crawford, Michael Mulheren as Mayor Josiah Dobbs, Stephen Lee Anderson as Daddy Murphy, Dee Hoty as Mama Murphy, Stephen Bogardus as Daddy Cane, Emily Padgett as Lucy Grant and Jeff Blumenkrantz as Daryl Ames.Congratulations to the cast of Bright Star; may the sun shine on you again and again. Related Shows View Comments © Justin “Squigs” Robertson
Here’s a quick roundup of video-centric stories you may have missed today. Busta Rhymes Isn’t Throwing Away The Mixtape’s ShotWith every word, they drop knowledge! The Hamilton Mixtape is riding high on iTunes in its first week of release. To remind you why (as if you needed it) check out below as Busta Rhymes, The Roots and Joell Ortiz perform “My Shot” on The Tonight Show on December 5. The Tony-winning tuner continues to play to standing room only audiences at Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre. Busta Rhymes(Photo: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC) View Comments Who Will Go to Cinderella’s Ball?Full casting has been set for Cinderella, which will bring pantomime back to the London Palladium from December 10 through January 15, 2017. The company will comprise of Paul O’Grady (Baroness Hardup), Julian Clary (Dandini), Amanda Holden (The Fairy Godmother), Lee Mead (Prince Charming), Paul Zerdin (Buttons), Nigel Havers (Lord Chamberlain), Count Arthur Strong (Baron Hardup), Natasha J Barnes (Cinderella) and Suzie Chard and Wendy Somerville (The Wicked Stepsisters), along with Liz Ewing, Christopher Howell, James Paterson, Carrie Sutton, Vicki Lee Taylor, Ed Wade, Rhianne Alleyne, Charlotte Alloway, Gianni Arando, William Atkinson, Pamela Blaire, Myles Brown, Lucy Carter, Jacob Fearey, Diana Girban, Chloe Hudson, Emma Johnson, Ricky Lee Loftus, Holly Prentice, Niall Swords, Luke Woollaston and Tom Woollaston.The Chicago Cast Gets FestiveStill need some help getting into the seasonal spirit? Here are Angel Reda, Alexander Nolan, NaTasha Yvette Williams, Lana Gordon and Tonya Wathen from Broadway’s Chicago singing “Holiday Melody.” Penned by Brian O’Brien, the new song appears on the 2016 edition of the annual Carols for a Cure album, which benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. P.S. Here’s the second trailer for Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, which stars Tony winner Neil Patrick Harris as you’ve never seen him before…
Three candidates in the race for Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture will face off in a debate at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 2 at the Emory University School of Law’s Tull Auditorium in Atlanta, Ga.The debate marks the first time candidates have been called together to discuss their views on sustainable agriculture. The three candidates vying for votes are Republican Gary Black, Libertarian Kevin Cherry and Democrat J.B. Powell.Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Rickey Bevington will moderate the event, which is free and open to the public.The debate is sponsored by the Emory University Office of Sustainability Initiatives and School of Law, Georgia Organics, Atlanta Community Food Bank, Georgia Citizens Coalition on Hunger, the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and Whole Foods Market.For more information and to register, visit georgiaorganics.org/rsvp/enter_rsvp.php?id=1265. The debate will be streamed live online at georgiaorganics.org.