“After 14 years of marriage with my deepest sadness our road is coming to the end,” she wrote at the time.Savchenko later confirmed the news in his own statement, telling Us Weekly, “It is with a heavy heart that I tell you my wife and I are parting ways after 14 years of marriage. We still intend to coparent our wonderful children together who we love so dearly, and we will strive to continue to be the best parents that we can to them. We ask that you respect our family’s need for privacy and healing during this time.”The Russian model rose to fame in 2013 when he first competed on season 16 of DWTS with partner Lisa Vanderpump. He later returned to dance with Jana Kramer in season 23, which aired in 2016. Over the next five seasons, he performed with Erika Jayne, Sasha Pieterse, basketball player Arike Ogunbowale, comedian Nikki Glaser and singer Lauren Alaina. In September 2020, the choreographer was partnered with Chrishell Stause for the 29th season of the dance competition.- Advertisement – News of Savchenko’s split came shortly after he and the Selling Sunset star were eliminated from DWTS in the eighth week. After being voted off the ABC show, the Kentucky native gushed over how “therapeutic” it was to turn her focus onto her dancing and to have Savchenko by her side throughout the competition.“I know it should be a sad moment right now, because of course, I didn’t want to leave, but I’m so happy that I’ve had this experience and I’m so grateful,” she told Entertainment Tonight in November 2020. “It’s a once in a lifetime experience and I’ll never forget it.”- Advertisement – The way they were. Gleb Savchenko and wife Elena Samodanova seemingly made a perfect match, but ultimately, they weren’t able to last forever.The Dancing With the Stars pro and the Russia native wed in July 2006 and went on to welcome two daughters, Olivia and Zlata. In November 2020, the So You Think You Can Dance choreographer announced via her Instagram Story that she and Savchenko had called it quits.- Advertisement – Scroll down to relive Savchenko and Samodanova’s relationship timeline. – Advertisement –
Topics : The club added that all their staff had been informed of the government guidelines, which include one piece of exercise a day and to restrict oneself to social interaction with just those of the household.”Everton has regularly stressed the importance of following all the government guidelines — including rules and advice for inside and outside of the home — through a series of official communications to all staff members, including players,” the club said.”The amazing people in the NHS deserve the utmost respect for their hard work and sacrifice. The best way to show them respect is by doing everything we can to protect them.”Kean, signed for £24 million ($29.7 million) from Juventus last year, is one of several Premier League players to be held to account for breaking the guidelines.Manchester City and England defender Kyle Walker reportedly broke lockdown rules by hosting a party involving two sex workers.Tottenham’s Ivory Coast defender Serge Aurier and French midfielder Moussa Sissoko apologized for training together despite the coronavirus restrictions.Their manager Jose Mourinho “accepted his actions were not in line with protocol” after being pictured holding a one-on-one training session in a park with midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. Everton said they are “appalled” at one of their players widely reported to be Italian international Moise Kean hosting a house party contravening the social distancing measures recommended by the British government due to the coronavirus pandemic.The 20-year-old striker filmed himself hosting the party, the Daily Mirror reported.The Mirror says Kean sent video clips to a private Snapchat group, with the footage showing female guests giving lap dances. The caption on one picture was labeled ‘quarantine clean’.Everton issued a statement expressing their fury at the player’s actions — they did not name Kean — on a day when the death toll in hospitals in the United Kingdom passed the 20,000 mark.”Everton are appalled to learn of an incident in which a first-team player ignored government guidance and club policy in relation to the coronavirus crisis,” read the club statement.”The club has strongly expressed its disappointment to the player and made it clear that such actions are completely unacceptable.”
Neo development, 51 Peerless Ave, Mermaid Beach.BUYERS are showing a big interest in Mermaid Beach’s newest residential building Neo.The nine-level building will feature 32 apartments, a rooftop terrace and a ground-floor boutique coffee house. “Thirty per cent of units have been sold, to a mixture of owner occupiers and investors,” said marketing agent Brent Dallow of McGrath Projects. The site has reached the next phase of construction with the arrival of a crane.“Both demographics are buying for the location, and they love that it’s only a block of 32 apartments.”Mr Dallow said buyers purchasing for investment have highlighted that because Neo doesn’t have a pool or gym, they are not paying for facilities they are not going to use. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago“It ticks a lot of boxes, and the other positive is that it’s actually under construction — when you buy off the plan you don’t know when it’s going to start but the crane has just gone up,” said Mr Dallow. An artist’s impression of what Neo will look like.Neo offers a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments priced from $450,000. Project renders reveal a blend of neutral tones and stylish finishes will feature throughout the interiors, and private balconies flow through to light-filled, open-plan kitchen, dining and living rooms. Some of the apartments will also feature a coastal view.“Everything to the south has a three-storey height limit, so there’s a one-bedroom unit on level five that has a view to Coolangatta that’s not going to be blocked,” Mr Dallow said. Project renders revealed open plan living. Neo offers a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments.The luxury development, at 51 Peerless Ave, is on the easterly side of the highway, offering residents an easy 200m walk to the beach. It’s also on the northern end of the suburb, within walking distance to the light rail, Pacific Fair shopping centre, The Star and the centre of Broadbeach. Developed by Cru Collective and designed by Hal Architects, the project is scheduled to be finished by the third quarter of 2018.
TPT Retirement Solutions runs a consolidation vehicle for DB and defined contribution (DC) schemes, with the vast majority of its £10bn assets in the DB master trust.The Medicash transfer comes after TPT took on the £220m DB scheme of Coventry Building Society, the UK’s second largest building society, in June.At the time Mike Ramsey, CEO of TPT Retirement Solutions, said a number of other schemes were looking to join.Commenting on the Medicash transfer, he said in the past year a “wide variety” of schemes had transferred to TPT.“Looking forward many more are expected to join TPT as increasing regulation, complexity and the need to run schemes more effectively, encourage scheme sponsors and trustees to review the best way to deliver on their financial obligations to members,” he added.In May Hinckley & Rugby Building Society completed the transfer of its closed £30m scheme to TPT’s DB master trust arrangement.Trustees and sponsors of UK DB pension schemes also have the option of pursuing consolidation via two new entities in the market, Clara Pensions and Pension SuperFund. The latter last month said it had signed up its second client, a £300m scheme, in its second deal since opening for business last year.Health cash plans are insurance packages that provide cash back towards policyholders’ healthcare bills as well as providing cover for medical treatment. Further readingPension SuperFund signs up second client in £300m dealUK regulator toughens stance on poorly performing pension schemesHow We Run Our Money: TPT Retirement Solutions Medicash, a UK not-for-profit health insurer, has transferred its £20m (€21.5m) defined benefit (DB) scheme to TPT Retirement Solutions’ DB master trust. The Medicash scheme has around 174 members.Sue Weir, CEO of the Liverpool-based health cash plan provider, said the benefits of a DB master trust “can be attractive for schemes with less than £1bn under management”.“The transfer will improve the security of our members’ benefits by enhancing the scheme’s governance, gain access to a more diversified range of assets […], reduce running costs and ensure our members will continue to be well looked after,” she said.
Image courtesy of EngieExelon Generation, a unit of the US energy producer Exelon Corporation, struck an agreement with France’s Engie to purchase the company’s Everett LNG import terminal in the US.The acquisition would enable Exelon to supply fuel to Exelon’s Mystic generation station’s units 8 and 9 while they remain in operation before the planned shutdown in 2022.Following the acquisition Exelon will continue providing LNG to gas utilities, marketers and other market participants in New England, the company said in a statement.Transaction closure is dependent upon regulatory review by the U.S. Department of Energy for LNG import authorization and, as necessary, authorization from the U.S. Department of Justice, all expected in the fourth quarter of the year.The Everett Marine Terminal, also known as the Distrigas Terminal, is the longest-operating LNG import facility of its kind in the United States. The facility has connections with two interstate pipeline systems, as well as a local gas utility’s distribution system.Mystic generating station is a 2,000-megawatt natural gas- and oil-fueled power plant. Its units 7, 8 and 9 are the operating units currently, but Exelon has unveiled its plans to retire the units in June 2022.
MANILA – The Senate has unanimously approved on second reading the measure that would extend the validity of the unspent money under the 2019 national budget until next year. Sen. Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara said that his colleagues have unanimously voted the one year extension of the validity of some portion of this year’s budget, which was only signed on April 15. “As of Sept. 30 this year, a little more than P261 billion of the people’s money – that has already been programmed but has yet to be released – could lapse if our bill does not pass muster,” Angara said. “By the time the GAA was signed, the election ban on construction of infrastructure projects also kicked in, “so in effect, for six months we were operating on a reenacted budget,” added the chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance. Angara further explained: “Wala tayong bagong budget kaya yung mga bagong proyekto, hindi naumpisahan. That’s why we want to extend ‘yung validity nung 2019 budget,” President Rodrigo Duterte’s Executive Order No. 91 or the implementation of the cash-based budgeting system, provides that appropriations for capital outlay and maintenance and other operating expenses for 2019 “shall be valid for obligation until Dec. 31, 2019. This means that all unutilized appropriations for 2019 will lapse and revert to the National Treasury unless Congress authorizes the extension of its validity and availability./PN
Congratulations to Sarah Billingsley of Oldenburg for a sensational performance in the Girls Cross Country State Finals in Terre Haute with a Top 10 finish.Sarah placed 9th overall.Way to go Sarah!
Loading… “I don’t think Matchroom want the fight. All day long, Tyson Fury beats AJ. “It’s not a difficult fight to make. Whatever is on the table is 50-50. Fury is the No 1 heavyweight but we don’t say 60-40. 50-50 down the middle. “Once we get the offer that we’re supposed to be getting, we’ll be in a position to sit around the table and knock it into shape. It’s not about me or Matchroom. It’s about getting this fight made.” Hatton reached agreements for fights against superstars Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao during his career and is hopeful that Fury and Joshua can confirm their huge showdown. “This fight, it can’t not happen,” said Hatton, who has been a member of Fury’s training team in the past. read also:Fury better than Joshua in every department, claims Warren “It’s got to go ahead, otherwise all of us will never forgive ourselves. Years ago, British boxing, you couldn’t think of two British heavyweights. We have the two best in the division now and they’ve got to fight each other. “When they sit around the negotiating table, everyone has just got to be sensible. A lot of fights don’t take place because of who has the lion’s share. We can’t let this fight not happen, I feel.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Fury’s promoter Frank Warren has suggested that talks are ‘ongoing’ for a massive fight against Joshua in 2021, with all the world heavyweight titles at stake. The Brit rivals could be lured to America or even the Middle East by lucrative offers, but former world champion Hatton has urged Joshua and Fury to deliver a historic fight on home soil once the sport resumes. “I don’t see why it can’t happen at Wembley,” Hatton told The Boxing Show on Sky Sports News. “You need a big outdoor arena. “The majority of money is made when you go boxing in the United States. The vast size of the United States, that tends to be where you earn your money, but a fight of this size, I think it needs to be in England. Two British heavyweights. “Two men at the top of the game. A brilliant clash of styles, a brilliant clash of personalities. We’ve got to have it in the UK, for British boxing. We need this in the UK, it’s an absolute must.” Warren insists WBC champion Fury is ready to finalise terms with unified title holder Joshua, provided they agree a 50-50 deal. “There have been ongoing talks,” Warren told Sky Sports. “Fury? I know I speak on his behalf – he wants the fight. More than anything, he wants the fight. Anthony Joshua’s battle of Britain against Tyson Fury should rightfully be staged in front of a big audience in the UK, says Ricky Hatton. Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Extremely Dirty Seas In The WorldYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime10 Albino Animals Who Look Like GhostsThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do This
Looking to rebound at Nottingham Friday night, WG nearly did so, but was caught late by the Bulldogs and fell by a score of 57-56.Down 18-13 after one period, the Wildcats stormed in front 28-26 by halftime, and for most of the rest of the game neither side could sustain any margin.WG lost despite 15 points from Cunningham, 13 points from James and 12 points from Molly Benetti, with Erin Dipaola adding nine points. Nottingham’s Amaya Williams poured in 26 points, nearly half her team’s output.On the boys side, West Genesee took a 7-3 record into last Tuesday’s game against 1-9 Cicero-North Syracuse, but nearly got upended before escaping with a 64-61 victory.A close first half gave the Northstars some belief and then, in the third quarter, it outscored the Wildcats 16-9 to take a 44-38 lead, led by Luke Paragon, who would finish with 20 points and eight rebounds.Not panicking, WG reeled in C-NS during the fourth quarter, went back in front and held tight as Will Amica’s 15 points led a balanced effort.Adam Dudzinski put in 13 points, with John Benson getting 10 points. Kam Jones contributed nine points as James Tully put in six points.Two nights later, WG’s game against Nottingham was designated as Coach Joe Adams Night in honor of the former basketball and lacrosse coach at the school who passed away from brain cancer at age 46 in January 2018.And it proved a close, tense affair that the Wildcats pulled out 50-46 over the Bulldogs to improve to 9-3 overall.Having handled Nottingham 63-45 when they first met in December, WG had a much more difficult time in the rematch, falling behind 22-20 by halftime.The Wildcats’ offense roared to life in the third quarter enough to inch in front 36-32, and it held on late with a mix of production from Amica and help from his teammates.Amica finished with 19 points, while Jones had seven points. Benson, Dudzinski and Tully got six points apiece, all of which was needed since Nottingham’s Mazi Jackson led all scorers with 22 points.Both of WG’s teams face Liverpool late this week, with the boys game taking place Saturday at Onondaga Community College’s Allyn Hall as part of the Pathfinder Bank Classic.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story What C-NS still had was its dominant junior forward, Jessica Cook, but WG mostly contained her in the first half, though it could not take advantage due to its own offensive struggles.Down 20-11 at halftime, the Wildcats did pick things up in the game’s latter stages, Meredith James earning 10 points as Catie Cunningham and Mollie Coyne each got seven points.Yet C-NS pulled further away as Cook finished with 19 points, helped by nine points from Alita Carey-Santangelo, eight points from Mackenzie White and six points from Julia Rowe. Tags: basketballWest Genesee Halfway through its league slate, the West Genesee girls basketball team found itself firmly entrenched in third place in the Salt City Athletic Conference Metro division.The Wildcats were now chasing both Baldwinsville and Cicero-North Syracuse in the wake of last Tuesday night’s 46-32 defeat to the Northstars.This was, of course, the first encounter between WG and C-NS since the Wildcats topped the Northstars for the second consecutive year in the 2019 Section III Class AA final.
Kaya Press and The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective hosted the workshop Lit in Color Write-A-Thon in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Wednesday, attracting writers and enthusiasts of writing. The workshop promoted the Asian-American diaspora of poetry, fiction and nonfiction and aims to hold space for anyone interested in writing, creativity and community.The workshop is an off-site event of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs — the nation’s largest writing conference and book fair happening at the Los Angeles Convention Center — and is expected to attract around 12,000 writers from around the world. The five-hour rotating workshop helped attendees create ideas to counter writer’s block and giving people the tools to create. The line-up included poet and Ph.D. student Douglas Manuel from the (Great) Indian Poetry Collective as well as Minal Hajratwala, Shikha Malaviya, Ellen Kombiyil, Tananarive Due, April Naoko Heck, Sofia Samatar, Paul Hlava, D’Lo, Kristina Wong, Samiya Bashir and Erika Wurth.“It’s a great way for people to generate ideas for any fiction and writings,” said Anita Chen, president of the student organization branch of the Kaya Press publishing company, Kaya Students for Independent Publishing, and a senior majoring in narrative studies major. “It’s an emerging platform for voices of the Asian-Pacific diaspora to be heard, and also unites people of color.”“It’s wonderful to have so many writers giving advice, and there’s always something to learn,” said Soniah Kamal, Townsend Prize for Fiction award nominee for An Isolated Incident. “An idea can come from anywhere, and it’s always fun to write from different perspective.”Neela Banerjee, managing director of Kaya Press and organizer of the workshop, said that it was important to bring in leaders of color.“It’s a great platform to draw attention to writers and bring workshop leaders of color,” Banerjee said .The workshop invited poets like Malaviya, a poet and writer who’s been writing for nearly 20 years. One of her most notable works include Geography of Tongues, a poetry collection. She has also given talks for TEDx in Golf Links Parkin Bangalore.“It’s really special that we rarely get to see many writers in a same day, and it’s always worth it to get out of comfort zone,” Shikha said.