Judge Joey Williams attended the Jan. 16 Shen Yun efficiency at the UNF Fine Arts Center with his young child. Mr. Williams stated he was influenced and captivated by Shen Yun’s “high level of artistic creativity.” (Courtesy of NTD Television)
AutoNation (NYSE: AN) traded up 1.00 % throughout trading on Friday, reaching $49.57. The business had a trading volume of 885,538 shares. The stock has a 50 day moving typical price of $60.99 and a 200 day moving typical rate of $61.26. AutoNation has a 52 week low of $47.91 and a 52 week high of $67.50. The firm has a market capitalization of $5.48 billion and a P/E ratio of 12.31.
An institutional financier just recently raised its position in AutoNation stock. Janus Capital Management enhanced its position in AutoNation, Inc. (NYSE: AN) by 1,418.6 % during the third quarter, according to its most current Kind 13F filing with the SEC. The institutional investor owned 157,140 shares of the companys stock after purchasing an additional 146,792 shares throughout the duration. Janus Capital Management owned 0.14 % of AutoNation worth $9,143,000 as of its most recent filing with the SEC.
In other news, COO William R. Berman sold 3,380 shares of the firms stock in a deal that happened on Monday, November Second. The shares were soldcost a typical cost of $63.38, for a total transaction of $214,224.40. Following the conclusion of the sale, the chief operating officer now owns 3,844 shares in the company, valued at around $243,632.72. The sale was revealed in a legal filing with the Securities amp; Exchange Commission, which can be accessed through this link. Likewise, Director Robert R. Grusky sold 2,000 shares of the companies stock in a deal that took place on Thursday, October 29th. The stock was offered at a typical price of $62.39, for an overall deal of $124,780.00. Following the sale, the director now owns 17,381 shares of the business stock, valued at around $1,084,400.59. The disclosure for this sale can be found here.
AutoNation, Inc. is an automobile merchant in the United States. The Company provides a range of automotive productsservices and products, consisting of new cars, made use of vehicles, parts and service, which includes vehicle repair work and upkeep services, along with wholesale parts and collision companies, and vehicle financing and insurance items, which includesthat includes automobile service and other defense products, in addition to the setting up of financing for car purchases through third-party finance sources. It runs through three sections: The Domestic segment includes retail vehicle franchises that sell brand-new cars manufactured by General Motors, Ford and Chrysler. The Import section consists of retail vehicle franchises that sell new vehicles manufactured mainly by Toyota, Honda and Nissan. The Premium Luxury sector includes retail automobile franchises that sell brand-new automobiles produced mostly by Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Lexus.
CFM chairman Rev Dr Eu Hong Seng told Malay Mail Online that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak started the meet since he was not able to meet the leaders for a planned Christmas hi-tea last year.– Picture by Choo Choy May KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18– Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s meeting with Christian leaders today was a follow up to last year’s cancelled Christmas hi-tea and not a conference to discuss conversion laws or the National Security Council (NSC) bill, the Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM) said today.
CFM chairman Rev Dr Eu Hong Seng informed Malay Mail Online that Najib started the satisfy since he was not able to fulfill the leaders for a planned Christmas hi-tea in 2014.
“The PM was unable making it for the Christmas hi-tea so he welcomed us for a hi-tea today. It was simply a short lunch,” Eu said.
Eu rejected that the primary agenda of the discussions were pertinent national problems, as declared in a report by The Malaysian Expert previously today.
“No, no such thing. It was simply a typical chit chat, just a hi-tea,” Eu stated when asked.
Conversion laws had come under public examination again after the Court of Appeal just recently supported the unilateral conversion of two kids of Hindu mama M Indira Gandhi by her separated Muslim spouse.
The NSC bill, which was passed in December in 2014, was criticised for offering the prime minister “excessive power” to proclaim security locations and enforce curfews.
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Standard Pacific Capital Llc Ca had the biggest stake with ownership of 187,159 shares since Q2 2015 for 6.83 % of the US equity exposure. Tpg is another notably bullish fund who is having 2.12 million shares of KAR Auction Solutions or 6.39 % of their US equity direct exposure. Also, Oskie Capital Management Llc have 6.25 % of their United States equity exposure invested in the company for 416,630 shares. The California-based fund Snyder Capital Management L P divulged it had purchased a stake worth about 5.29 % of the funds stock portfolio in KAR Auction Services. The New York-based fund Marathon Partners Equity Management Llc is also favorable about the stock, possessing 2.52 M shares or 5.15 % of their US equity exposure.
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KAR Auction Solutions, Inc. is a service provider of vehicle auction services in The United States and Canada. We run as three reportable company sections: ADESA, Inc. (ADESA Auctions), Insurance Automobile Auctions, Inc. (IAA) and Automotive Finance Corporation (AFC). ADESA Auctions is a provider of whole car auctions and relevant services to the vehicle remarketing industry in The United States and Canada.
KAR Auction Solutions (NYSE: KAR) traded down -1.40 % on 15 January, hitting $33.7. A total of 1.67 M shares of the business’s stock traded hands. This is up from average of 1.48 M shares. KAR Auction Solutions has a 52 week low of $33.25 and a 52 week high of $39.87. The company has a market cap of $4.70 B and a P/E ratio of 22.28.
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SPRINGVILLE Is this a case of mistaken identity? The male in the doorway cant be Wayne Kimball, the artist, the master printer and lithographer who slaves away in his basement studio with slabs of stone and bottles of ink for months at a time simply to produce a single artwork. This cant be the male whose often-surreal work was as soon as explained by one art aficionado as something that a person might think of a monk doing.
When you show upget to Kimballs Springville house, you anticipate Andy Warhol; you get Fred MacMurray. The guy who welcomes you at the door, dressed in khakis and a plaid shirt, is high, inviting and soft-spoken. Rather of eccentric, you get Man Next Door.
There are grandchildren playing on the floor within, and his wife is resting in a chair. Kimball is the daddy of eight kids and an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who served a two-year church objective in his youth. Youd never ever know it from his art, which is certainly not exactly what you think of when you picture Mormon art.
His renderings are unbelievably detailed, vibrant, dreamlike collages that feature oddly compared images: horse heads and ancient statuary and leopard rugs and drifting hands and potted plants and heads on a pole and a wooden chair and birds. They are tapestries of puzzles.
Its a difficulty to explain or explain Kimballs art. Shalee Cooper offered it a good try for Utahs Art Publication a few years ago while writingblogging about among Kimballs displays, which the artist playfully titled Things Put Together By Hand Without Instructions in a Basement. Cooper described Kimballs art as a world of broken and ruined antiquity, birds, timepieces and fragmented body parts. She continued, The audience, left equally without guideline, is invited to piece it entirely, a job that might need some work, however offered the rich nature of these finely performed lithographs and collages, it is work well rewarded.
As the title of that program recommends, Kimball has a dry sense of humor. He called his recent exhibition at Salt Lakes Visual Art Institute Things Made in a Below ground Chamber near a geological fault. Kimball chuckles. Its real, he says. My basement is on a geological fault.
If youre not an art fanatic, then you most likely don’t know Kimball or his work, but the art world does. It has been shown in all 50 states, along with Excellent Britain, Holland, France, Italy and Germany. It is consisted of in irreversible collections throughout the United States, most notably the National Gallery of Art in Washington, the New york city Public Library, the Brooklyn Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Phoenix Art Museum, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, the BYU Museum of Art and numerous other university collections, including almost 600 operate in an unique collection at Texas Tech.
Asked to explain his art, Kimball states: Its a bit surreal. Its likewise Dadaism, which was a group of artists who took anything from anywhere and put things together in an odd association of objects. Something from one source and something from another source; they collide.
Concepts for his art originated from everywhere. Statues seen on a trip to Italy. Tile patterns. His imagination. His own drawings. Publications. He has actually filled a whole drawer with photos he has actually excised from publications.
Lithography is a complicated and laborious form of printing that was created in 1796 in Germany, and it starts with large slabs of limestone. There are just 2 quarries on the planet both found by the Romans centuries back in Bavaria that produce limestone judged to be appropriate for lithography since of its harmony and hardness. Illustrations are made on the surface area of the stone with what are essentially grease pencils, then treated with the sticky sap of an acacia tree and coated with acid. Its actually more complicated than that, however completion result is an image that has actually penetrated the stone, which avoiding many other actions can be moved to paper with grease-based ink.
In his large subterranean studio, the 72-year-old Kimball hefts 125-pound limestone slabs to bring his art to life. His drive and persistence to create the image to his satisfaction would wear out a marathoner. For one piece alone, he repeated the previously mentioned process 19 times that is, from a total illustration he redrew 19 different parts of it on the limestone and printed them one at a time to re-create the total image in color. The process took a year and a half.
That is not uncommon. He can invest months making trial evidences of a singe image while experimenting with numerous colors and patterns and even the sequence in which he prints the different colors to see what he can discover.
Im sort of nuts, he states.
In the computer system age, there are easier methods to achieve much the same thing, which is one reason lithography is a passing away art; the field isn’t growing as digital imaging has eliminated real hand-crafted printmaking. For a craftsman like Kimball, its the difference in between a painting and a photograph, or French cooking and fastjunk food.
Lithography is hanging on, but just hardly, states Kimball. Kids want that simple way. In lithography you need to get all foul-smelling and dirty with solvents and inks. Its manual labor. The computer images are great, but if they see them as the very same thing its a mistake. Its your very own hand-made imagery. Theres that thing about someone making something.
A photograph doesn’t work for me; I get delighted when I see an embroidered pillow that some grandma has invested months doing it. Or an engraving. Not lots ofFew do it, but to look at a nice engraving is something else. The method the ink rests on the paper, the kind of lines that can be made.
Kimball calls himself a latecomer to art. In his developmental years his only official exposure to art consisted of one art class in junior high and a ceramics class throughout his freshman year in college. A graduate of now-defunct South High, he went to Southern Utah University on a football/basketball scholarship. His college football profession lasted 3 days. I thought, these individuals are too major, he says. I simply wasnt aggressive enough. He gave up sports completely and invested the next 2 years serving an LDS Church objective.
When he returned to SUU, he took more ceramics classes, but for the next year and a half he thought about majors in business or psychology. I was married and had a kid, he states. I needed security.
But as he continued to take art and design classes, he completed a degree in art. He went to graduate school at the University of Arizona, where he studied printmaking since, in his words: I was not protect about my drawing. I knew I needed to improve my illustration.
In grad school, he planned to study engraving however discovered that lithography resonated with him and recorded his creativity. After finishing his masters degree in fine art, he went to the Tamarind Institute at the University of New Mexico. The institute had actually just been created to train master printers, mainly to prevent the art kind from dying.
After becoming just the 20th student to graduate from Tamarind with a master printer certification, Kimball was granted a grant to function as an artist in residence in Roswell, New Mexico. For an artist, it didnt get betterimprove than that.
They paid me to do art, he says. The grant included a supplied home, a studio, materials and a one-man show in the Roswell Museum and Art Center. He may have stayed indefinitely, but 6 months later on something else came along throughout a see to Chicago, where his father was functioning as president of an LDS mission. While participating in a workshop there, Kimball was motivated to speak with for a position at the University of Wisconsin, a mecca for printmaking in 1972. He was worked with on the area.
That began the ball rolling, he says. I had no problem getting a task after that.
In the coming years he spent a year at Wisconsin, a year at San Diego State University, a year at Cal State-Long Beach, 2 years at Texas-San Antonio, another year at San Diego State, 6 years at Arizona State and then 25 years at BYU.
I was a migrant employee, he says.
He retired from BYU in 2009. He and his partner, Pamela, who is battling cancer, dote on their grandkids, and he still pursues his art in his below ground studio near a geological fault.
Its a significant true blessing, Kimball says. It distracts me from Pams ailment. When Im refraining from doing something with her or running errands, Im hanging out in my studio. I like it. Its actually enjoyable.
Christopher Halkides wrote:
As a fan of WHQR for lots ofyears, I at first liked the concept of splitting the station into two, one for news and one for classical music. Nevertheless, the reality has actually not measured up to my hopes, by a wide margin. The primary problem is the lack of range of programming.
The present programs is extremely heavy on baroque, and on the useusing guitars, for instance. Today I am paying attention to a guitar variation of Winter from the 4 Seasons. A day or two ago it was Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto Number 6 played by the LAGQ [Los Angeles Guitar Quartet] A few months ago it was Vivaldi’s Summer season played by a guitar trio.
Another severe issue is the trend towards playing single movements from larger works. In addition to the absence of range of programming, is the pattern toward irrelevant chit-chat to present the work. A current example including Percy Granger can only be identified TMI.
Lastly, the lack of power for 96.7 relative to 91.3 is obvious when one is traveling out of town, and one station fades out much quicker than the other. 96.7 appears to be the red-headed stepchild of WHQR. I can only really hope that the circumstance enhances.
James in Southport composed:
We have recently retired here from a part of North Carolina where your signal didnt reach … We changed our radio obligation to WHQR this year. We are sustainers. I have actually no buttons set on my automobile radio. I do not need anything besides 91.  My spouse has numerous buttons set. However they all relate to where we used to live. If her car radio is on, it is on 91. 
Two thoughts. I delight in listening to jazz in the eveningsat nights. Thank you for broadening my horizons with your selections. However, truly?? [In December] in between 10 p. m. and 11 pm you played I wish I remained in love once again. Truly?? Return and pay attention to lyrics. [editors keep in mind: see listed below]
Prior to retirement I spent numerous hours counseling mistreated women. Sadly, lots of believed a shiner is part of remaining in love. Even more, after escaping one abusive relationship, some would rapidly fall back into another. After all, a shiner is part of being in love. Do you desirewish to encourage that belief? Really?? And it is so much a part of being in love that this young womangirl wishes she were in love again. Really?? Really?? You seriously needhave to edit your play list. Actually!
[Likewise, current] Friday Feedbacks have consisted of comments to the effect that you ought to drop Car Talk. I disagree. No. Automobile Talk is a delight. Thank you for continuing to carry it.
[AUDIO CLIP] Hi, this is Polly Electric shaver. I was calling just to thank you for putting on Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie show. I never did hear the time, so all day Sunday I was glued to WHQR. Finally at 4 o’clock it came on, and made me seem like the 2016 election is starting now. So thanks for playing that.
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Unique bonus offer: lyrics to I Wish I Remained in Love Again by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart:
You do not know that I felt great
When we up and parted
You don’t knowhave no idea I knocked on wood
Happily, busted hearted
Stressing is through, I sleep all night
Cravings and health recovered
You don’t understandaren’t sure just how much
The sleep deprived nights, the daily battles
The quick toboggan when you reach the heights
I miss out on the kisses and I miss out on the bites
I want I were in love again
The busted dates, the unlimited waits
The lovely loving and the despiteful hates
The discussion with the flying plates
I wish I were in love once more
No more discomfort
No more strain
Now Im sane
But I would rather be ga, ga
The taken out fur of cat and cur
The great mis breeding of a him and her
Ive discovered my lesson
However I want I were in love once again
The furtive sigh, the blackened eye
The words, I love you till the day I die
The self deception that believes the lie
I want I remained in love once again
When love congeals, it quickly exposes
The faint scent of performing seals
The double crossing of a pair of heels
I wish I were in love once more
No more care
Im all there now
However Id rather be punch drunk
Believe me sir, I much prefer
The classic battle of a him and her
I do not like quiet and I want I were
In love again
No more pain
No more pressure
Now Im sane
However I would rather be ga, ga
The pulled out fur of feline and cur
The great mis breeding of a him and her
Ive discovered my lesson
However I want I remained in love once again
Beginning at 9 pm EST, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin OMalley will go head-to-head in a two-hour debate in Charleston, South Carolina. It will be held at the Gaillard Center, down the street from the Emanuel AME Church where 9 African Americans were fatally shot by admitted killer Dylan Roofing system last June.It will air on
NBC and stream on YouTube. NBCs evening news anchor Lester Holt will moderate.We will be live tweeting the argument and please join us at @NTFLA_Politics
Since October, the Democratic presidential contenders have actually contrasted their positions with an extremely civil conversation of the issues during their 3 telecasted debates. However that good chit chat between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will end as both are anticipated to be playing offense tonight as they have their fourth face-off tonight.Things have actually ended up being very close
as Iowas first-in-the-nation caucuses take locationoccur Feb. 1 and the New Hampshire Primary Feb. 9. Sanders has actually closed on Clinton in Iowa and leads her in New Hampshire as the race for the Democratic Governmental nomination is truly warming up.Clinton remains the front-runner nationally but Sanders
continues to act as a strong advocate worth of consideration. There is no factor to think that he is not going to remain in the race for a long time to come and that might be excellent news for both camps.Clinton might make use of the strong battle from Sanders and he in turn will challenge her for the nomination making things much more interesting than once believed.
The last time Dan Minerva heard from his sibling, Danyelle Minerva, everything seemed fine.
That conversation on Oct. 14 was chit chat, simply checking in with one another, Dan Minerva remembered Thursday.
Then, the next day, there was no contact. We stopped hearing from her.
Today Dan received the worst news possible. His sibling Danyelle, just 19, was discovered dead in Alloway Township.
Her body was found Monday just about 10 feet off of the Alloway-Woodstown Roadway in a remote area not far north of the town of Alloway.
I really didnt understand how to react, Dan, who is 20, said. It was difficult to believe. I couldnt think it.
Cops say they do not know how Danyelle passed away or how long her body had actually been along the roadway before its discovery Monday afternoon by members of a tree-trimming crew.
Dan stated after the days passed last October and he heard absolutely nothing from Danyelle, his family and others started the look for her.
He said they heard she may be in Atlantic City. Dan, in addition to his partner, Darielle Bondiskey, and his aunt and uncle, Denise and Frank Arnieri, went to the Jersey Coast a number of times to search.
We were down there 3 or 4 in the morning all upset, said Dan who stated they focusedfocused on the locations near the Boardwalk casinos. We left dissatisfied.
Bondiskey even produced a Facebook page requesting for help in finding Danyelle.
Dan stated he and his sister experienced tragedy as they matured.
Both were just toddlers when their daddy, Daniel Minerva, died. Then about a year and a half ago they lost their mom, Penny Kahn.
Their house was too much for them to handle so they vacated, Dan stated. He went to deal with an aunt in West Berlin and Danyelle went to cope with a partner in Williamstown.
Last fall Danyelle and the partner had some sort of difference and she left where they cohabited.
She just went to do her own thing and thats she went missing, Dan said.
There were reports that Danyelle had last been seen in Bridgeton on Oct. 15 entering a gold vehicle with a guy explained as remaining in his 30s. Then came reports of her being perhaps seen in Atlantic City.
She was reported missing out on to Waterford Authorities and later New Jersey State Cops became included in the case.
Dan said both firms were excellent in their efforts to find Danyelle.
Despite their disasters, they grew up like other brothers and siblings.
We had our moments here and there. We liked each other still, Dan said.
New Jersey State Cops Sgt. Jeff Flynn stated Thursday there disappeared information authorities needed to release in the case.
He stated how long Danyelle had actually been along the road and how she passed away stay under examination, he stated.
The question remains, too, how Danyelle wound up in Alloway. She is reported to have had bags with personal products with her.
Thats a concern Dan says he likewise has no responses to.
On Thursday he went to the site where Danyelle was discovered. The visit left him pretty shaken up.
Its hard to believe somebody would leave someone out there like that, he stated.
He stated all the assistance to discover Danyelle has been greatly valued.
Dan finished from Hammonton High School in the Class of 2013. Danyelle graduated a year later in 2014.
Our hearts were broken when we heard this tragic news about Danyelle, said Tom Ramsay, principal of Hammonton High School. She was a really good kid.
Our ideas and prayers go out to her household and good friends.
Along with her bro, Dan, and her aunt and uncle, Danyelle is made it through by her paternal grandparents, Dennis Minerva and Rosanna Minerva.
Services are prepared for Monday for Danyelle at the Wooster Funeral service House in Atco.
A gofundme page has been established to assistto assist with funeral expenses.
Authorities are asking anyone with details about the case to get in touch with the New Jersey State Police Major Criminal activity System, Detective Sergeant Glen Garrels at 609-882-2000 Ext. 3355 or the Woodstown State Cops Station at 856-769-0775. Confidential suggestions are welcome, authorities state.
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