Of all the beachfront restaurants in Montauk, Navy Beach is a favorite. Owned by partners Frank and Kristina Davis, Franklin Ferguson, Leyla Marchetto, and Martin Cabrera, Navy Beach splashed on the Montauk restaurant scene in 2010 and has been a preferred destination for locals and visitors alike ever since.Positioned on a 200-foot private beach, the laid-back, family-friendly waterfront location offers a memorable dining experience with a wonderful sunset view. The kitchen delivers a quality fish-centric menu, with an emphasis on sustainable seafood and local produce.Head to Navy Beach for a cocktail. Try the South Fork fizz, made with vodka or gin, mint, lemon and cucumber soda, or the Aperol spritz.The restaurant has a nice variety of small plates, perfect for sharing. A highlight is the tuna tostada made with pickled serrano, wasabi tobiko, avocado, and oil cured olives.The salad menu is also strong, with choices like the chickpea falafel served with ruby red beets, red sorrel, mint-tzatziki, or the tortilla salad consisting of romaine, avocado, black beans, skillet corn, and a coconut-lime vinaigrette.Under the large plates portion of the menu, the buttermilk fried chicken with cheddar-jalapeño cornbread, house made slaw, spicy honey drizzle is a fan favorite.Navy Beach is open for lunch and dinner daily in season. Visit email@example.com Share
Bluestream Offshore and Sky-Futures have announced a partnership providing a turn key offshore inspection service to the Dutch North sea Oil and Gas market. The move further enhances both companies’ positions as leaders in the offshore oil and gas inspection market. The relationship will provide clients with a total solution utilizing Sky-Futures’ advanced unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) inspection and measurement services. This combined with Bluestream Offshore’s complementary rope access, diving and ROV inspection, repair and maintenance services will provide a unique advantage for the customers in their maintenance campaigns and projects. The inspection service will be delivered out of Bluestream’s Den Helder office.Bluestream Offshore Managing Director, Rolf de Vries: “This partnership is a good example of embracing innovations in the inspection market. We recognize the professional attitude of Sky-Futures, with emphasis on safety, knowledge of UAV systems and flare technology. The UAV services can be seen as an extension of our own topside inspection capabilities. Through the partnership we aim to provide a wider range of services to our clients to deliver the most effective solution. The added value that UAV inspections have to offer for clients shows great potential.”Chris Blackford, Sky-Futures’ Operations Director: “The partnership will enable us to immediately add value to Bluestream’s existing clients both offshore and onshore, whilst strengthening the joint proposition for the future.”Press Release[mappress mapid=”10853″]
Coffee at the London Stand this morning was served with a bacon sandwich, a side of sun and a dose of hard hitting statistics. I was catching up with a trio who hit the headlines in the week leading up to Mipim, Craig Sparrow from Skanska, David Glover from Arup and Chris Smith from GE.For anyone who missed the news, the three firms have formed a partnership to deliver clients with a join green retrofit and rufurb service – something they think needs to be addressed by the industry immediately.Their message is that the time for talking has been and gone and now, action is required. and fast. “In order to meet the 2050 carbon reduction targets, the industry will need to retrofit one existing building in the UK per second,” said Craig. “The time has come to really get the ball rolling,” added Chris.” The GE/Skanska/Arup threesome, let’s call them Geskankup, are now urging other firms to follow suit in offering this kind of one stop shop to go some way to tackling the problem of retrofitting the 98% of existing building stock in the UK.They have been busy down here in Cannes scoping out opinion, especially from clients, and the resopnse has been good: “We have had a very strong reaction and enquiries from high end clients with portfolios of projects all the way down,” said David. And they are all quick to quash concerns about extra costs and the need for new technology: “It’s all a myth about costing too much and cliams the technology doesn’t exist,” said Craig. “there is really no debate about what’s required, it’s about better management of equipement post conmstruction with technology that already exisits.Everything we are doing, we have always done. Just more effectively. It’s not as hard as you would think.” Go Team Geskankup…
RUSSIA: United Wagon Co’s TikhvinChemMash tank wagon business has won its first order, covering the supply of 105 methanol tanks to chemical company Metafrax. Production is to begin by the end of the year, with entry into service planned for 2016.Announcing the contract on November 3, UWC said the design had been developed in close co-operation with Metafrax. The wagons will have 25 tonne axleload bogies, with the 71·5 tonne or 94 m3 capacity being higher than existing designs. The wagons are designed for a service life of 32 years.UWC estimates that 15 000 Russian tank wagons will reach the end of their life by 2020, or about 40% of the total. The company is planning to offer a range of more than 15 types of tank wagon, and Metafrax is planning an order for Type 15-6900-01 stainless steel tank wagons for transporting formaldehyde.
CHINA: The signalling and communications systems on the Hong Kong and Mainland sections of the Guangzhou – Shenzhen – Hong Kong Express Rail Link high speed line were connected on July 5, enabling the third of the nine trainsets for the future service to be delivered from CRRC Qingdao Sifang’s factory by rail instead of by sea.‘This is one of the key milestones of the XRL project, marking full connectivity between the Hong Kong section and the Mainland section of the high speed rail network’, said MTR Corp Projects Director Dr Philco Wong when the trainset arrived. The 350 km/h XRL trainsets are based on the CRH380A design, with eight cars offering a total of 579 seats plus two wheelchair spaces. The remaining six sets are expected to arrive in Hong Kong later this year.According to MTR Corp, the XRL project was 94·3% complete by the end of June, and opening is envisaged for the third quarter of 2018. ‘Tracklaying works and installation of overhead lines have been substantially completed’, Wong reported. ‘Overhead lines in the main tunnels and along parts of the tracks at West Kowloon Terminus have been energised. The signalling and communications systems of both the Hong Kong and the Mainland section were connected on July 5. This allows the operation control centres at the Shek Kong stabling sidings and in Guangzhou to be able to jointly monitor trains operating along the whole Guangzhou – Shenzhen –Hong Kong section.’
Share 267 Views no discussions Share Sharing is caring! Share LocalNews MAS Dominik queen contestants ready to compete by: – February 1, 2013 Tweet (L-R): 2013 Carnival Queen contestants; Melinda Chervon Ulysses, Jeanne Royer, Daina Wandae Mathew, Leslassa Adey Armour-Shillingford, Nickisha Anne Philbert, Kelshia Breezie and Fatima Noel with Miss Dominica 2012 Nadira Lando at the back.Ahead of the Miss Dominica 2013 competition set for February 8th, the organizers have announced that the pageant promises to be a showcase of talent, intelligence, and stunning beauty flowing under the theme of ‘Triumph of Elegance’.Tickets went on sale this week at EC$100 (VIP), EC$55 (uncovered seating) and EC$40 (standing) and can be purchased at the Dominica Festivals Committee (DFC) located on the Ground Floor of the Financial Centre, Roseau.“The Miss Dominica Pageant ‘Triumph of Elegance’ plans to ‘wow’ queen show patrons with a show of class featuring seven Dominican beauties. The four competitive rounds will be a display of elegance and style,” said chairperson of the Queen Show Committee Mrs. Romualda Hyacinth.The contestants and their sponsors are as follows;Melinda Chervon Ulysses – Miss DA Vibes Inc, Vibes Radio and Petro CaribeJeanne Royer – Miss Dutch Lady MilkLeslassa Armour-Shillingford – Miss Auto Trade and Anchorage HotelKelshia Breezie – Miss AID Bank and the Clear Harbor CommunityFatima Noel – Miss Fast CashDaina Matthew – Miss DOMLEC andNickisha Philbert – Miss NCCU & 4Dominica LimitedDFC Events Director Ms. Natalie Clarke indicated that all the contestants finally secured full and part sponsorship which “significantly boosted their confidence as they continue their preparations for pageant. “It was a joy to have all seven ladies officially sashed at our weekly press conferences and I hope this augurs well for the development and sustainability of this prestigious event product. “We at the DFC are very grateful to the corporate entities that have come forward to support the contestants. Staging the show would simply be a greater challenge without their financial contributions,” Clarke said.Guest artistes at the show are Dominica’s history-making female Calypso Monarch ‘Tasha P’ and promising rising artiste Colton-T. Carlyn Xavier-Phillip will also make a special appearance along with house musicians the Fanatik Band. Dominica Vibes News
Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling. Related TopicsCleveland MonstersIowa Wild CLEVELAND, Ohio- The Cleveland Monsters were back at home on Wednesday, as they took on the Iowa Wild. Cleveland would win the game by a score of 4-3 in overtime.The first period started off as a defensive battle, as few shots were taken on both sides. Iowa scored first, as Alex Tuch scored at the 8:22 mark of the first. The Monsters found the back of the net three consecutive times after that, as Joe Pendenza, Daniel Zaar and Alex Broadhurst scored to make it a 3-1 lead going into the second period.Iowa made the second period one to forget for Cleveland. Iowa scored twice, as Nick Saracino scored at the 5:12 mark and Mike Reilly netted the equalizer with 0.4 left in the second stanza. It was tied at three going into the final twenty minutes.After a scoreless third period, T.J. Tynan scored the game-winner in overtime at the 2:27 mark off of the power play.The Monsters have won four in a row and are currently 12-11-1-1 on the season. Eli Mooneyham
#ARGOS#Print Friendly Version Becca Taylor was a four-time GSC Pitcher of the Week selection during the year and led the GSC in wins (23), batters struck out looking (36) and shutouts (5), while playing a role in five other UWF shutouts in the regular season. She also ranked in the top 5 in the league in innings pitched (175.2), total strikeouts (124), ERA (2.07) and opponents batting average (.230). Taylor strung together 31.1 consecutive scoreless innings from March 12 through March 30, a streak that ranks 10th in conference history. This is Taylor’s first all-conference honor, having posted career bests in ERA, wins, shutouts, strikeouts and opponent batting average. UWF’s five All-GSC selections are the most for the program since 2009, when the team also had five honorees. West Florida now has 88 all-conference performers in its history. Caitlin Steel led all GSC catchers in batting (.343) during the regular season, adding seven doubles, two triples and a home run at the plate. The Concord, North Carolina, product has also established herself as one of the top defensive players behind the plate in her time at UWF, leading the GSC in runners thrown out (25) and percentage of runners caught stealing (32 percent) over the last two years. This is her first All-GSC selection. Rhiannon Sassman picks up her second All-GSC honor after being an all-conference third baseman as a freshman last year. The shortstop from Orlando earned an at-large spot on the first team this season. Sassman was named the GSC Player of the Week on March 21 and ranks 10th nationally with seven triples on the year. Those seven three-baggers lead the conference, and she ranks in the top five in the league in on-base percentage (.505), slugging (.678), batting average (.403), walks (29) and runs scored (47). She reached base in 23 consecutive games to start the year and topped 100 total bases for the year against Lee last weekend, becoming the first UWF player to do so since Shannon Miles in 2009-10. Jacey Castro was selected to the first team as a DP/utility player, after splitting time in left field and first base during the season. The senior has been a defensive asset at both positions, with a combined .981 fielding percentage in 51 games. Castro ranks sixth in the conference in hits (64) and ninth in batting average (.381), and leads UWF with 19 multi-hit games on the year. She has found a home at the leadoff spot in the lineup, hitting .391 and slugging .600 with nine doubles and five home runs from the top spot. Castro picked up her 100th career hit against Delta State on April 14 and is a career .339 hitter over her two years at UWF. This is her first All-GSC award. Meghan Toney earned All-GSC honors for the second time in her career on Wednesday, after ranking sixth in the GSC in stolen bases (22) and totaling 13 multi-hit games for the Argonauts. Toney led conference second basemen in batting (.356), stolen bases, assists (84) and double plays (14), while ranking second in runs scored (29), on-base percentage (.401), and putouts (107). An All-South Region selection in 2016, Toney and Sassman are the first UWF student-athletes to earn two All-GSC nods since 2011. GSC RELEASE BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The 12th-ranked University of West Florida softball team saw five student-athletes earn All-Gulf South Conference honors on Wednesday. Becca Taylor, Rhiannon Sassman and Jacey Castro were each first team selections, and Caitlin Steel and Meghan Toney were second-teamers. West Florida will head to Huntsville, Alabama, for the GSC Tournament beginning on Friday. The team will face Shorter at 11 a.m. and either Lee or Mississippi College at 2 p.m. at the Huntsville Sportsplex.
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. The Browns have been without number one overall pick Myles Garrett since the start of the season, missing the first three games due to an ankle sprain.He finally is back on the field, practicing for the first time since September 6th, and by all accounts looks like he’s recovered and could be ready to go Sunday when the Browns battle the 0-3 Bengals at First Energy Stadium.Here’s a tweet the Browns released with video of Garrett doing what the Browns hope he will do best, come off the edge and get after the quarterback..@MylesLGarrett is back at practice pic.twitter.com/vZbAvwNUdK— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) September 28, 2017“If he is able to play, we might not play him the whole game,” Browns coach Hue Jackson said on Wednesday about Garrett. “So we’ll see how that unfolds if he’s able to go. We’ll find out more as we go through the week.” Related TopicsBrownsMyles Garrett Matt Loede
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 MIYOSHI, Aichi Pref. – Yusaku Miyazato matched the day’s low round with a 3-under 68 to take a two-stroke lead over six players after the second round of the Coca-Cola Tokai Classic on Friday. Looking for his first tour victory, the brother of U.S. LPGA regular Ai Miyazato made five birdies against two bogeys for a two-day total of 4-under 138.