Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website The Stand’s menu features an extensive selection of custom, made-to-order American classics such as “Stand Burgers”, “Stand Dogs” and “Standwiches,” with innovative spins and unique ingredients, designed and executed by Culinary Director Jason Wishengrad. They will serve “redefined” American classics and a variety of custom, made-to-order original burgers, grilled chicken sandwiches and entrée salads. Choose from over twenty-five Stand-made toppings for sausages or hotdogs. More Cool Stuff Subscribe EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Stand Dogs and Sausages can be custom made or selected from the menu offerings, including The “O” Dog with a grilled dog, corn salsa, cilantro lime aioli, sriracha, and crispy onion strings served on a poppy seed bun, and their Three Pigs Sausage with Bratwurst and Porchetta topped with bacon, tomato jam, Swiss cheese, chimichurri, green apple and red onion slaw. Also offered are Fries, Sides and Veggies including Porchetta Fries, Stand Gourmet Chili, Asian Slaw, Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato Fries, and Mac N’ Cheese. The Stand’s interior embraces an upscale casual vibe, with sophisticated and modern interiors designed by architect Jonathan Glasglow in partnership with Murray and Jason Wishengrad. Extending both indoors and outdoors, The Stand features a 32-seat patio, a space that is communal by design with dining tables made for sharing and family gatherings. Inclusive of an open kitchen acting as both a showpiece and a hyper functional work space, The Stand includes marble counter tops, rich wood tables, individual and communal seating, a large 71” screen television, digital menus and display boards. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * The Stand is located at 36 South El Molino Avenue. Visit www.thestandlink.com for more information. Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Top of the News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Pasadena Eats, The Dining Blog The Stand Opened Wednesday in the Playhouse District From STAFF REPORTS Published on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 | 5:30 pm Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Make a comment HerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyShort On Time? 10-Minute Workouts Are Just What You NeedHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Female Celebs Women Love But Men Find UnattractiveHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat’s Your Zodiac Flower Sign?HerbeautyHerbeauty Community News Business News Community News “We’re excited to bring The Stand to the Pasadena market,” says Murray Wishengrad, CEO/President of The Stand. “We want Pasadena residents to experience great quality food at a pace and price that fits with their lifestyle. Whether it’s for a quick bite or comfortable dining experience, we aim to be the ideal space for everyone to enjoy with friends and family.” First Heatwave Expected Next Week Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes There’s a new burger in town. The Stand, a custom-made burger, hot dog and sandwich stop, opens in the Playhouse District today. 9 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it
The arrival of 2019 for music fans and concert goers in New York City also means the return of one of the city’s beloved venues, Webster Hall. The four-level venue located in the East Village of Manhattan closed its doors for some serious renovations starting back in August 2017, following its ownership acquisition by AEG Live and Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment. Local concert promoter Bowery Presents will now handle the artist bookings when the revamped venue reopens sometime in 2019, although its new owners did not go into detail as to when exactly that will happen. The venue’s new owners did not waste any time in reminding fans of its existence with a digital rebrand on New Year’s Eve. In addition to updating its logo across its major social media platforms, the venue also shared a brief but trippy animated video showcasing the new brand imagery to go with the subtle copy, “See you in 2019!” The venue’s marketing team also sent out an email to select recipients stating the following: “To our closest friends, Happy New Year, we’ve missed you! While we’ve been closed, we have made some venue enhancement and think you will dig them. While updates are still underway, we are pleased to say that Webster Hall will return in 2019.”Rumors have been circulating amongst the NYC music scene in recent months as to what said “venue enhancement” could mean, with some whispers detailing the addition of a restaurant in the space which used to house The Studio part of the venue. Other fun talking points amongst fans have also included which artists will be the first to play the newly renovated club. Notable local acts like Blondie or The Strokes make for possible names who are strong enough to reopen Webster Hall with a bang, in addition to local pop acts like Lady Gaga, Vampire Weekend, or even the surviving members of the Beastie Boys. With new owners who have deep pockets, the possibilities are endless for headlining acts for on the venue’s first night back in operation since summer 2017. Fans should stay tuned as the venue begins to share more details of its reopening as 2019 continues to unfold in the coming winter months.
AREC speaker, James KerrNEGOTIATING a sale can sometimes feel like being in the middle of a rugby scrum, but there’s plenty of good things real estate can learn from the game.Best selling author James Kerr, said the All Blacks – one of the world’s most successful rugby teams, had plenty to teach Australian business.Mr Kerr, a proud kiwi and author of a best-selling book Legacy about the All Blacks, was speaking at the Australasian Real Estate Conference on the Gold Coast.He said the team’s 78 per cent win rate across its 120-year history had much to do with its legacy.“It’s kind of the glue and oil, it’s the central organising idea, that purpose, that reason ‘why’ that sits at the heart of this team and helps compel it to extraordinary high performance over such a long period of time.”Mr Kerr said these same five rules could be applied by leaders in any field to get the best performance from their team. 1. Exceptional quality requires exceptional circumstances “Your role as a boss, as a leader, as a human being is to create exceptional circumstances.“The leader’s job is to create an environment in which the right behaviours are manifest, to bring out the best in their people.” 2. Leave it all out on the field It’s when a team gives their all when that opportunity presents itself.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago“For the All Blacks, it means three things. Leave all that belligerence and testosterone and macho stuff, leave that out on the field where it belongs, don’t bring that back into the family, leave no calories unspent and leave no regrets.” 3. Stab me in the belly and not the back A team member must be open to healthy critique, and it was better to criticise someone to their face than behind their back. 4. Clean your own house Before the All Blacks leave the locker room, they all grab brooms and tidy up after themselves.“Sweeping the sheds, taking care of business because no one looks after the All Black, the All Blacks take care of themselves.” 5. Champions do extra Mr Kerr said the best players know that in order to outperform their competition, they will always do more than is asked.“This idea is, in fact, one of the most common and useful and powerful in sport,” he said.“Put simply is don’t try and do one thing 100 per cent better, try doing 100 things one per cent better. The aggregation of all those small incremental improvements will lead to breakthrough results.”
Aaron Ramsey moves to Juventus. He has played 256 games and scored 36 goals. Ramsey has won three FA Cup and two community shield. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The debate surrounding Arsenal’s midfielder Aaron Ramsey finally comes to a rest as he moves to Juventus for a four-year deal, reportedly paying him £400,000 a week. The whopping deal will make the 28-year-old highest-salaried British footballer ever. The Wales International is expected to arrive in Northen Italy on 1st July and his four-year contract will end on 30th June 2023. The official club statement says that: “Juventus will incur additional costs of € 3.7 million, to be paid within 10th July 2019.” His transfer to Juventus will bring his 11-year stint with Gunners come to a rest, having moved to Cardiff in 2008. Over the past decade, Aaron Ramsey has played 256 premier league games and has scored 36 goals. He also won three FA Cup, and two community shield. He also had two loan spells at Nottingham Forest in 2010, and back at the former club, Cardiff in 2011. highlights Ramsey also wrote on Instagram that he has been absolutely loyal and supportive to Arsenal fans in all these years.”I wanted to issue a personal statement for all the Arsenal fans that have been extremely loyal and supportive,” he said.”You welcomed me as a teenager and have been there for me through all the highs and lows I have encountered during my time at the club. It is with a heavy heart that I leave after 11 incredible years in north London. Thank you.”He further said that he will continue to give his best on the field to help his side clinch the title.”I will continue to give the team 100 percent and hope to finish the season strongly, before heading on to my next chapter in Turin.” Interestingly, he becomes the third Welshman to play for Juventus following club legend John Charles and former European Golden Boot winner Ian Rush.The London club wished Aaron Ramsey saying, “Everyone at Arsenal Football Club wishes Aaron Ramsey a happy and successful future. Aaron’s made a fantastic contribution to our club since joining from Cardiff City in 2008. He has always been a consummate professional and will always have a special place in the hearts and memories of Arsenal fans around the world.”
22-year-old Branden Saintard approached the elderly woman who was gardening, and stabbed her multiple times with a knife before running away, deputies said.Witnessess say they saw the woman’s son-in-law grab a crowbar and follow Saintard until deputies arrived.Police arrested Saintard and took him in for questioning.He confessed to the stabbing and also claimed he wanted to stab the victim’s daughter.“This morning I woke up wanting to prove I’m God for my girl,” he told deputies, according to a probable cause affidavit. “I left my house with a knife to kill the first person I saw.”Saintard’s father, Frantz Saintard, told deputies that his son had been “acting crazy” for three months.Deputies said his father didn’t seem surprised about the incident and Saintard showed no remorse for his actions.Saintard faces charges of attempted murder and aggravated battery.The woman is expected to survive after she had surgery. She suffered seven stab wounds to her abdomen, chest and back. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man after he allegedly stabbed an 81-year-old deaf woman in her front yard.
By Muriel J. SmithSHREWSBURY – Lisa and Jim Halpern love this time of year. They love all the celebrations that generally begin in November, either when older daughter Emily celebrates her birthday Nov. 22, Thanksgiving, or Hanukkah, whichever comes first. And the celebrations just keep rolling on until well into the New Year.All four family members participate in all the family events for both Hanukkah, which officially started Tuesday night and continues through Dec. 23, and Christmas. There are three menorahs, the candelabra of eight candles to be lit, each by the ninth candle which stands higher than the rest. But there is also a Christmas tree, holiday decorations, and a ceramic Nativity scene set up in a prominent spot in the family room of the Halpern home, a light shining behind it to give it more emphasis.For each of the eight nights of Hanukkah, it’s usually Sophie who lights the candles while her father leads the family in the ritualistic prayers. Now that the girls are older, the smaller gifts for each of the eight nights have been replaced with one gift for each family member, usually the first or second night. The family also enjoys traditional Jewish foods for the Festival of Lights. Lisa not only brags about her husband’s famous latkes…potato pancakes, but notes that “all our non-Jewish friends want to be sure they have some, too.” Her pride in Jim’s culinary expertise is not without good reason….a few years ago, when Monmouth Reformed Temple had a contest for latke making, Jim walked off with the top prize. The gold wrapped chocolate coins – gelt – are also part of the Hanukkah festivities in the Halpern home.At Christmas, the family worships together at Christ Church, and this year will be as exciting as previous. Once again, Sophie will be serving on the altar; both Jim and Lisa are in the choir, he as a tenor, she as both a soprano and alto. The family will host a family Christmas Eve party, then head off to church in time for the 10:30 p.m. lessons and carols, followed by the 11 p.m. festive Eucharist. “This is so exciting,” Lisa exclaims, “not only because it is the celebration of the birth of Christ, but also because the church is decorated in greens and bows so beautifully, it’s a candlelight ceremony, and it is the most beautiful high service; it’s just exquisite.” The only drawback to this year’s midnight celebration is the fact that Emily is employed in the retail field in Boston, and won’t be able to be home until the day after Christmas. “That just stretches all our celebrations out an extra day,” her mom said.Christmas Day is “our day,” Lisa stresses, “when we might just be relaxing, enjoying each other’s company and sitting around in our pajamas all day.”Both Lisa and Jim brought a different religion into their marriage when they were wed 32 years ago. At that time, Lisa was Catholic and their wedding took place in a Catholic church. Jim was Jewish. Emily, their older daughter, has been raised a Christian but is currently undecided on which religious path she’ll follow in the future; teenaged daughter Sophie is leaning towards Judaism.Both religions are vitally important in the Halpern family. Lisa, in the years when her daughters were youngsters, found a great degree of comfort, spirituality and security in the Episcopalian Church and is an active member of historic Christ Church in Shrewsbury. Jim is a member of the Monmouth Reformed Temple and active in numerous activities there, including serving on the board. Their girls are involved in services and activities in both religious communities.While both the Jewish and Christian celebrations are highlights in the Halpern family, Lisa concedes she prefers it when Hanukkah falls in late November or earlier December to give more attention to the menorah, the miracle of the oil, and the festival of lights. “When it’s this close to Christmas, it seems the lights of the menorah are kind of dimmed by all the glitter and bright lights of Christmas. Each holy day deserves to be honored, revered, and kept at a high level.”Professing faith in two different religions has never presented a problem to the Halperns or their daughters. “We have always tried to teach our girls tolerance,” Lisa said, “and want them to know it’s OK to celebrate and honor the religious beliefs of their friends. We have taught them, and we ourselves believe, that we should all be open to each other’s beliefs. It’s wonderful when we can also participate in each other’s religions and celebrate all beliefs in a really wonderful way. I cherish this time of year because it does bring out so much faith and goodness.”
A new short film from Illustra Media is sure to delight children – and adults, too.Lad Allen, producer of all the excellent nature documentaries at Illustra Media, wrote this about a new short film that is different. It contains no speech or scientific explanations; it’s just for sheer joy.Jerry Harned and I are grandfathers. Between us we have eight grandchildren (above), ranging in age from one to twelve. We enjoy them immensely. So much so that we decided to produce a film dedicated to each of them.Recently, we took a brief detour from cell biology, genetics and cosmology to develop a short video that would make our grandchildren (and, hopefully, thousands of other kids) smile, laugh, and jump around the living room like kangaroos. A film that, after everyone calmed down, would open the door for some good conversations about the creative power of God.First, we dug through our film archives and pulled out some of the best mammal, bird, reptile, insect, amphibian and fish footage we’ve photographed and accumulated over the years. Then we commissioned a special version of one of the most emotionally moving pieces of music ever written (Beethoven’s Ode to Joy). The editing process was a delight, and when we were done we had a lively and inspiring two-minute celebration of life on Earth. We call it ODE TO THE ANIMALS.In just two minutes, viewers are treated to fast-moving montage of animals large and small.Okay. Now round up your kids, grandkids, great-grandkids, kids in your neighborhood, kids in your Sunday school and Awana programs… any kids you know anywhere. Then, after making sure they have plenty of room to jump and run around, hit the “Play” arrow … and be sure to stick around to watch it with them. We’ve had some test screenings with adults and they loved it too.He ends, “May the Creator of everything fill your hearts with joy.” Watch it now, right here:If you enjoyed it, please share the film located at TheJohn1010Project.com so that you and your friends can enjoy “life, and that more abundantly” (John 10:10b). While at the website, look at all the other short films available for free viewing and sharing.CEH often deals with answering Darwinists and their outlandish claims that all these creatures just “emerged” by chance mutations and natural selection. We need to step back and look at the amazing and diverse world of life that the origins controversy is about. Sometimes, enjoying creation – standing in awe of the wonders around us – can be the best tonic to ward off unbelief.(Visited 286 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Johannesburg, Saturday 5 October 2013 – As the 2013 One Young World Summit draws to a close, Brand South Africa wishes all delegates to the Summit 2013 well, they travel to their respective countries. Around 1,500 young people from over 180 countries participated in this year’s Summit.Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola said, “As the delegates travel home, we wish them all the success in their efforts to make their countries better. We also thank them for the energy and enthusiasm they have brought to the conference and we look forward to welcoming these young leaders back to South Africa in the near future. We will be watching with interest, as so many of them make a positive impact on our world”Brand South Africa on Friday hosted a One Young World breakout session at Maboneng Precinct in Johannesburg. As the country gears up to implement the National Development Plan, the session was held under the banner of Youth’s Role in Long-Term Planning.The panel that interacted with approximately 35 youth at the session was made up of Brand South Africa’s Head of Research Dr Petrus de Kock, the Police Ministry’s Head of Communication Zweli Mnisi, the National Planning Commission’s Zama Ndlovu, the head of NGO 35 Maveris, Bokang Seritsane, and Tebogo Ditshego from Read A Book SA.“This is a platform that brings young people from around the world together, to share ideas, perspectives and projects. Our role as Brand South Africa, at this breakaway session, is to focus on long-term planning, in the context of South Africa’s National Development Plan, and to deepen the discussion about youth’s involvement in that process,” said Dr de Kock.Brand South Africa ambassador to the Summit, Aslam Levy said, “One of the quotes that has stuck with me from this conference, is that we have an opportunity to think globally and act locally. This was something that Kofi Annan left with us on day one, and that really struck a chord with me.”The discussions focused on issues that affect competitiveness in South Africa and other nations and is critical since young people in all countries of the world will drive their nations’ developmental agendas that will impact on the lives of all citizens.On Thursday evening, Mr Matola participated in a panel discussion on Sustainable Development at the One Young World Summit, at the Sandton Convention Centre, during which young people from Croatia, Uzbekistan, Australia, New Zealand, the United States and South Africa shared success stories related to their work in the fields of sustainable water management, farming, literacy, medicine and energy efficiency in the corporate world.“Hearing about the work these young people are doing in their various countries, gives us hope and inspiration. They are truly playing their part – they’re not waiting for their governments to do things for them, they’re using their initiative and in so doing, they are making positive changes in their communities and beyond. It is exactly this type of initiative that will see us, here in South Africa, reach the goals outlined in our National Development Plan. As a nation we must harness the energy of these young leaders, to implement Vision 2030,” said Mr Matola, following his interaction with the youth.Brand South Africa has sponsored five young people to attend the Summit, namely, Zanele Mabaso, Luvuyo Mandela, Raelene Rorke, Thembi Graham and Aslam Levy.The One Young World 2013 summit closing ceremony will take place at the Sandton Convention Centre at 19h30 on Saturday.About Brand South AfricaBrand South Africa is the official marketing agency of South Africa, with a mandate to build the country’s brand reputation, in order to improve its global competitiveness abroad. Its aim is also to build pride and patriotism among South Africans, in order to contribute to social cohesion and nation brand ambassadorship.Further resources from Brand South AfricaMedia are invited to visit www.southafrica.info for further resources which can be reproduced without any copyright infringement. Kindly attribute to Brand South Africa.For more information or to set up interviews, please contact:Nadia Samie-JacobsPublic Relations DomesticTel: +27 11 712 5007 Mobile: +27 (0)72 777 9399Email: [email protected] www.brandsouthafrica.comEnds
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