Beckham Grill Announces It Is Closing August 8 After Nearly 40 Years

first_imgCommunity News Beckham Grill Announces It Is Closing August 8 After Nearly 40 Years From STAFF REPORTS Published on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 | 1:31 pm 5 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday 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. More Cool Stuff Community News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  HerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyCostume That Makes Actresses Beneath Practically UnrecognizableHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Trends To Look Like An Eye-Candy And 6 To Forget AboutHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty18 Ways To Get Rid Of HiccupsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat’s Your Zodiac Flower Sign?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeauty Business Newscenter_img Pasadenans will have one last chance to dine at Beckham Grill and Bar in Old Pasadena on Saturday, August 8th, before it finally closes its doors, and before apartment developers start tearing the place down.Beckham staff posted the announcement on Facebook on July 7th inviting the public to “make your reservation to say goodbye to a Pasadena landmark.”“It saddens us to inform all of our customers that we have lost our lease and Beckham Grill’s last day serving will on Saturday, August 8th. It was our privilege to be part of the community and we thank you for being our loyal guests for the past 37 years,” the post said.“This place is a landmark restaurant. We’ve been here forever and we have a very loyal following, a lot of very sad customers that we’re going to be shutting down,” General Manager Ed Mysolveckhad said then.Beckham was set up in 1978 and has been serving prime rib and other mostly English fare and drinks to happy customers since then. It was originally called Beckham place and was named Beckham Grill in 1999.Recently, Greystar Development acquired the site previously occupied by the Pasadena Athletic Club and Beckham Grill. They plan to build about 200 apartment units with 10,000 square feet of ground floor retail, now in the final stages of design review.As to what happens to the good old English-style pub that is Beckham, the owners, David and Hank Yost, plan to remodel what is currently Shakers Family Restaurant in Glendale with a brand new upscale and trendy concept.“We hope to serve some of the same type of Beckham Grill meals there. It’s a 10-minute drive from here at Central Avenue,” Mysolveck said. They hope to have the bar and 180 seat restaurant remodeled by January.The symbolic English taxicab and red phone booth out front at 25 West Walnut Street have long welcomed visitors into the cozy rooms of the English-style pub. Now, those and all the charming furnishings and memorabilia inside the pub will be up for sale. Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Make a comment First Heatwave Expected Next Week faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Donald CommunityPCC- COMMUNITYVirtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Community News Subscribe Top of the News EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDSlast_img read more

Victim dies from apparent alligator attack in South Carolina

first_imgiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — An unidentified victim has died from an apparent alligator attack on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina Monday morning, according to local authorities.Witnesses saw the person being attacked near a golf course at Sea Pines Plantation, a gated community on Hilton Head, said Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Capt. Bob Bromage.The victim was believed to be walking a dog at the time, Bromage said.A body has been recovered from a lagoon, Bromage said.Additional details were not immediately available.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Capabilities and performance of Elmer/Ice, a new-generation ice sheet model

first_imgThe Fourth IPCC Assessment Report concluded that ice sheet flow models, in their current state, were unable to provide accurate forecast for the increase of polar ice sheet discharge and the associated contribution to sea level rise. Since then, the glaciological community has undertaken a huge effort to develop and improve a new generation of ice flow models, and as a result a significant number of new ice sheet models have emerged. Among them is the parallel finite-element model Elmer/Ice, based on the open-source multi-physics code Elmer. It was one of the first full-Stokes models used to make projections for the evolution of the whole Greenland ice sheet for the coming two centuries. Originally developed to solve local ice flow problems of high mechanical and physical complexity, Elmer/Ice has today reached the maturity to solve larger-scale problems, earning the status of an ice sheet model. Here, we summarise almost 10 yr of development performed by different groups. Elmer/Ice solves the full-Stokes equations, for isotropic but also anisotropic ice rheology, resolves the grounding line dynamics as a contact problem, and contains various basal friction laws. Derived fields, like the age of the ice, the strain rate or stress, can also be computed. Elmer/Ice includes two recently proposed inverse methods to infer badly known parameters. Elmer is a highly parallelised code thanks to recent developments and the implementation of a block preconditioned solver for the Stokes system. In this paper, all these components are presented in detail, as well as the numerical performance of the Stokes solver and developments planned for the future.last_img read more

Future circulation changes off West Antarctica: Sensitivity of the Amundsen Sea Low to projected anthropogenic forcing

first_imgThe Amundsen Sea Low (ASL) is a major driver of West Antarctic climate variability, with the potential to accelerate the loss of glacial ice. Using the 11 global climate models which most reliably simulate the seasonality in ASL location, we assess the ASL sensitivity to projected future changes using the CMIP5 historical (1951–2000) and representative concentration pathway experiment RCP8.5 (2051–2100). For the first time, we show that the future ASL will likely migrate poleward in summer (December, January, and February) and autumn (March, April, and May), and eastward in autumn and winter (June, July, and August). The autumn-winter changes drive colder southerly winds over the Ross Sea and warmer northerly winds toward the Antarctic Peninsula. This is consistent with recent trends in ERA-Interim reanalysis meridional winds (1979–2014) and reconstructed temperature (1957–2006), suggesting that the impact of anthropogenic forcing on the ASL is likely to play an important role on both past and future patterns of West Antarctic climate variability.last_img read more

Michael Bruce’s ‘Boomin’ LaunchB property project revealed

first_imgBirmingham-based LaunchB today has revealed the brand name of its new venture, which promises to transform the property market in a way which, the limited details published today suggest, sound distinctly portal-like.The business will trade under the name Boomin and also has Michael’s brother Kenny on board as an investor, he recently revealed.Gary Barker, former CEO of the Reapit Group and a highly respected figure with more than two decades in the property industry, was named earlier this month as CEO of the new venture. Boomin has revealed its proposition:Transforming the property market for everyone and promises to be the most agent and customer centric solution ever created, putting agents at the forefront of determining the future rather than needing to react to it.”• Open the market and get more people moving• Get customers engaging with agents like they used to• Increase revenues – during and long after the transaction• Give agents unprecedented life-long brand exposure• Increase productivity, giving agents more time to do what they love• Power a transformational experience for everyone – building loyalty • Support, promote, advertise and enhance the profile of Estate AgentsBoomin is inviting agents to register their interest to find out more and has recruited an impressive senior leadership team to work under Barker and Executive Chairman Michael Bruce.Phil Lloyd, who joined Boomin as CMO in January 2020, is a highly experienced marketeer with a strong track record of helping to grow technology businesses and creating powerful, established brands. He left the role of CMO at carwow, one the UK’s fastest growing technology start-ups, to join Boomin. He was previously the Global Head of Advertising at Paddy Power Betfair Group PLC (now known as Flutter), was headhunted to a successful Silicon Valley tech start-up, and has grown household brands at well-known creative agencies BBH and AMV BBDO.James Kydd, one of the UK’s leading and most respected advertising experts, has also joined Boomin, teaming back up with Michael and Kenny Bruce and working closely with Phil to help make Boomin a major brand. James has been named as one of the UK’s marketing visionaries and spent 15 years working with Sir Richard Branson at several Virgin companies, including as Director of Brand and Marketing at Virgin Media, where he signed up Kill Bill star Uma Thurman to front a rebrand after its acquisition of Ntl:Telewest. He was a pivotal figure in the launch of Purplebricks, becoming Marketing Director of the innovative online estate agency, and has advised several leading brands, including and TravelLocal.The new COO is Andrew Stewart, who has been recruited from the innovative online car dealership platform, Cazoo, where he was Partnerships Director, focused on delivering an unbeatable customer experience and fostering long-term relationships to create additional revenue. Previously, he was Marketing Services Director at Zoopla, Market Insight Manager at Microsoft and Group Head at ITV.Gary Barker (left), CEO of Boomin, says: “I am thrilled to be working with such an amazing team to launch a unique business, which will have a transformative impact on the property market. We have attracted world-class talent and are creating a powerful new brand, supporting agents, generating new revenue for them, and engaging customers in a new and enduring relationship. I am looking forward to sharing more of our plans in the coming weeks and sharing our vision to open the market to all”.Michael Bruce, Executive Chairman of Boomin, said: “The strength and depth of the team that we have managed to attract is remarkable, it is a genuine privilege to be working with people who share our vision and have the energy and experience to do transformational work that makes a difference to so many other people’s lives. We are proud to launch our brand name, which best describes how we want to see the future for the property market for everyone”. founders James Kydd Andrew Stewart Boomin LaunchB gary barker Kenny Bruce Michael Bruce July 22, 2020Grant Leonard3 commentsmark flynn, Julian Marks Julian Marks 22nd July 2020 at 10:12 pmWe want to create an environment where Estate Agents are:Empowered to deliver exceptional experiencesRespected and rewarded for the work they doAble to create lasting relationships with their customers.I’m sure these guys are very good at what they do but if all it does is just as they are saying above then it doesn’t offer anything new to what we already do for our customers and clients. We already have an incredibly successful business but if they can genuinely and honestly make it better then I’m all ears.I think they need to be a little less cloak and dagger and tell us what the product is. In our Industry we constantly hear about transformational products but don’t think I’ve ever seen one that has changed things very much for our business if at all. 😏Log in to ReplyJames Gibbs, Gibbs Gillespie Gibbs Gillespie 22nd July 2020 at 2:46 pmIt takes your money.Log in to ReplyAdam McHenry, Cadman Homes Cadman Homes 22nd July 2020 at 2:14 pmBut what does it do?Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Michael Bruce’s ‘Boomin’ LaunchB property project revealed previous nextProducts & ServicesMichael Bruce’s ‘Boomin’ LaunchB property project revealedThe new business under development by the Purplebricks founder, Michael Bruce, has been partially revealed as the company’s ‘teaser’ campaign continues.The Negotiator22nd July 20203 Comments7,600 Viewslast_img read more

Audrey Mae Bachman (McAuliffe) , 89, of Somers Point, NJ

first_imgDaffodil flowers on spring background Audrey Mae Bachman (McAuliffe) , 89, died , at peace, at home, in Somers Point, NJ, surrounded by her family, January 23, 2017. She was born October 1, 1927, to Daniel J. and Mary (Mame) McAuliffe, in Pittsburgh, PA., the youngest of three daughters. She went to grade school at Sacred Heart School in Emsworth, PA, where she met her life long friend, Marianne Monteverde, who survives her. She graduated from Avonworth High School, in Ben Avon, PA where she was a cheerleader and popular student. After graduation she went to work for the telephone company as a switchboard operator until her marriage to Roger Bachman, December 27, 1947. Her sister in law, Donna Bachman Fischer, who also survives her, became her life long friend, a real sister in every way that counted. Audrey loved to read, sew, played bridge with great skill, and enjoyed dominoes. She loved to skate and to dance, both of which she did well. Audrey possessed a sharp, delicious wit, and she loved to laugh. She took great pleasure in her garden, and delighted in the first real tomatoes of the season, her hostas, her daffodils. She loved a good bargain, was a champion garage sale /thrift store shopper and thrilled at her great finds, which she generously shared with friends and family. Audrey read her newspapers every day, and many magazines and books and had an insatiable curiosity about life. She never got lost, she went on adventures, and had some remarkable experiences. She loved her hometown, Pittsburgh Pa. and was very proud of its history and its revival. She loved the Steelers football team, and Pirate baseball. She was a basketball fanatic and watched the games through out her life. She could and would, strike up a conversation with anyone, anywhere, and people responded in the most remarkable ways. People would disclose all sorts of details about themselves and their lives, and within minutes of meeting her, no one was ever a stranger to Audrey. She made friends everywhere she went and many valued her counsel. They repaid her kindness with their own, and some were there to ease her passing. She always said she was blessed and so lucky to have had so many good people as her friends.Most of all, Audrey loved her family and the best times of her life found her surrounded by those who loved her, celebrating the milestones of their lives, and sharing stories and a good meal. She found her happiness in their happiness and delighted in their achievements. She made sure they knew how much she loved them and how proud they made her feel. She left all , with that love and her best wishes for them and their futures.She was predeceased by her sisters, Peggy Wright, and Bette Sollar, her husband, Roger, her son in law, Tommy Repici, her granddaughter, Lorrie Chabosil Kaawar, and her great-granddaughter, Emily Robbins.She is survived by her four daughters, Sharon Pfahler (John ), Terry Bachman (Mike) , Aimee Repici (Tom) and Pollyann Bachman, her grandchildren, Krista L. Robbins (Tom), Kendra L. Wright (Brody), Thomas R. Repici (Jessica), Michael R. Repici , Matthew C. Repici (Vivianne) and Jonathan D. Repici . Great-grandchildren, Angela Robbins , Andrew C. Robbins, Samuel W. Robbins, Brian S. Wright, Kaiya Wright, Jared Smith, Josh Kaawar, Cecilia Repici, Robert Repici, and great-great granddaughter, Stella Williams.A Service of Memory and Love will be offered Thursday afternoon at three o’clock from The Godfrey Funeral Home, 809 Central Avenue, Ocean City, NJ where friends may call from two o’clock until the time of service. Burial is private.For condolences to the family, visit read more

Learn About Ocean City’s Recycling Program at Environmental Lecture Series on March 27

first_imgLearn about Ocean City’s recycling program, what can be recycled and Cape May County’s goals for recycling during a free lecture 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 27 at the Ocean City Free Public Library.The event is part of the Environmental Lecture Series sponsored by the Ocean City Environmental Commission in partnership with the library. Lyn Crumbock, recycling coordinator for the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority, will be the featured speaker.The lecture will be in the Chris Maloney Lecture Hall at the library. For more information, call 609-399-2434, ext. 5222Download (PDF, 83KB) Ocean City Free Public Librarylast_img read more

News story: Washroom suppliers’ merger faces in-depth investigation

first_imgToday’s decision follows the Competition and Markets Authority’s (CMA) initial Phase 1 investigation, which found that the deal could lead to higher prices and lower quality for businesses.Rentokil, which trades as Initial for washroom services, and Cannon are 2 of the UK’s largest suppliers of washroom products and services. They install and maintain equipment such as air sanitisers, feminine hygiene units, nappy bins and soap dispensers in commercial, industrial and public buildings.The firms did not offer measures to address the CMA’s concerns, and so it has referred the merger for a more in-depth, Phase 2 investigation.A decision on the merger will now be made by a group of independent panel members supported by a case team of CMA staff. The deadline for the final report is 12 December 2018.More information can be found on the Rentokil / Cannon case page.last_img read more

Press release: UK and Russia sign MoU on Regulatory Cooperation on Medicines

first_img Out of office hours: 07770 446 189 (17:00 – 08:30) Email [email protected] Working in an increasingly global environment, the sharing of intelligence between medicines regulators is the cornerstone of protecting the health system worldwide. Formalising our already close working relationships with international counterparts helps facilitate this exchange of information. This makes it easier for us to track down criminals, promote good practices internationally, and identify emerging safety trends to protect public health. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with its Russian counterpart; the State Institute of Drugs and Good Practices of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.This agreement will increase collaboration between the two bodies and further enhance cooperation in the field of regulation of medicines.The MoU is designed to establish mechanisms of cooperation which will facilitate: Media enquiries News centreMHRA10 South ColonnadeLondonE14 4PUcenter_img Dr Sam Atkinson, MHRA’s Director of the Inspection, Enforcement and Standards Division, said: the exchange of information on medicines regulations the exchange of safety information cooperation on Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) inspections collaboration on enforcement activities During office hours: 020 3080 7651 (08:30 – 17:00) Office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5pm. For real-time updates including the latest press releases and news statements, see our Twitter channel at read more

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Goes Mainstream

first_imgThe Opportunity to Help Customers Adopt HCI for Business-Critical ApplicationsIn an environment of industry-changing innovation and disruptive business models, embracing new technology is more important than ever. Customers need to accelerate the pace of digital business activity, but how can they drive changes in data center infrastructure while also improving IT’s ability to meet business needs?IT transformation can be challenging for organizations as they balance the reality of today’s business needs with tomorrow’s demands. That’s why many customers are looking to hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) to dramatically lower costs, improve customer experience, and increase productivity and efficiency. In fact, according to IDG 85% of IT leaders confirm that their companies are already using or planning to use hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) to achieve the benefits of IT transformation and modernization. [1]The HCI Opportunity for PartnersWhy are companies moving toward HCI and away from traditional server refreshes? Unlike the traditional three-tier model of compute, virtualization and storage, the all-in-one model of HCI enables significant cost savings while also freeing up resources to focus on innovation that further supports the business. According to IDC, 50% of companies are already running or planning to run finance, ERP and other critical applications on HCI.[2] And that means that now is the time for partners to engage with customers to take advantage of the fast-growing, margin-rich HCI opportunity.IT leaders are confident in the ability of hyper-converged infrastructure to not only meet business needs, but to support even its most critical applications. The lower cost of ownership associated with HCI creates opportunities for partners to deliver value-added services that ensure the uptime and protection of these business-critical applications, such as backup, archiving and recovery services.Because customers can start small and scale out with HCI, sales cycles than classic storage – and that means faster time to revenue for partners as well as opportunities to create loyal customer relationships that grow over time. , and the flexible scale-out design of HCI can also minimize misconfiguration and a partner’s cost of delivering support.How Dell EMC Accelerates IT Transformation with HCI Dell EMC VxRail runs even the most demanding applications on HCI, delivering up to . VxRail is helping organizations realize the benefits of HCI today while providing a flexible platform for future technologies with for increased graphics acceleration.Companies are demonstrating real business value from HCI deployments with use cases that include:Cost reduction with server consolidationIncreased flexibility and accelerated deployment of virtual machinesHighly scalable, cost-effective disaster recoveryAdministrative and cost reduction by replacing aging VDI infrastructureLeveraging on-premises infrastructure to support application performance in the cloudThe results and business impact are clear: Hyper-converged infrastructure is now a mainstream technology for the data center. Partners can help IT organizations realize the benefits of simplified infrastructure deployment and management, the ability to leverage cloud services, and the scale needed to support an increasing volume of data and business applications – all while positively impacting the bottom line.Start Talking to Customers About HCI TodayTake advantage of Dell EMC partner resources to learn how to take advantage of the HCI opportunity. View the complete IDC paper to see how hyper-converged infrastructure is delivering value as it goes mainstream. Then engage with customers on social media with content from Dell EMC’s new social media toolkit. You can also share this snapshot of the IDC paper with customers today.[1] Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Delivers Value as it Goes Mainstream in the Data Center, February 2018.[2]last_img read more