Sussex-based pie manufacture Higgidy is hosting two pie-themed nights to launch its Higgidy Sofa Supper Campaign.With one in London on 30 October and another in Brighton on 5 November, the Higgidy Sofa Supper Club events will give consumers the chance to enjoy a hot pie with the company’s founder Camilla Stephens and stars of Channel 4’s Gogglebox, Stephen Webb and Chris Steed. The events are free but ticketed with limited places.The Sofa Supper Campaign will also feature coupons offering £1 off Higgidy pies and on-pack promotional codes giving customers the chance to win sofa-supper-themed prizes including luxury home accessories.Oliver Rudgard, recently-appointed head of brand for Higgidy, said: “We want to own that Friday night casual dining moment. Research shows us that by 4pm on a Friday most people still don’t know what they want for supper and over half of us are opting to stay in on Friday night as autumn approaches. This is exactly the market we want to appeal to and why we are hosting our first event the first Friday after the clocks go back.”He added the two-month campaign was the company’s largest to date and was part of ambitious growth plans for the year ahead.On Facebook, Higgidy indicated that if the Sofa Supper Club events were successful, they would organise more around the country.
What do lemurs and llamas, giraffes and goats all have in common? Come to Zoo Atlanta March 25-26 to find out.The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is partnering with Zoo Atlanta to present “A to Z: Agriculture at the Zoo.” The premiere event will show how important caring for habitats is for everyone.”When most people think of agriculture, they think of rurallife,” said Janet Rodekohr, CAES public affairs manager. “The zoooffers a bit of nature and conservation in the middle of thecity. It’s a natural forum for us to discuss the environment andagriculture’s place in it.”We hope the exhibit with Zoo Atlanta,” Rodekohr said, “will help urban Georgians see that agriculture touches the lives of all of us every day.”The event, which celebrates National Agriculture Month, willshowcase the best the college has to offer urban Georgians.Visitors will see exhibits by college faculty, demonstrations by Georgia 4-H’ers and shows by the renowned 4-H performers, Clovers & Company.”We’ll have exhibits on urban gardening, protecting watersources, urban pests and more,” Rodekohr said. “We hope to showthe strong connection between nature and agriculturalconservation. We hope to attract some young visitors toagricultural and environmental careers, too.”Visitors can plant seeds and learn about composting at the Urban Garden Program exhibit. And they can find out how to build a backyard wildlife habitat.”We’ll have more than 30 exhibits under the big tent andthroughout the Zoo,” Rodekohr said. “So whether they want to puttheir hands in the dirt to plant a seed, learn how to protecttheir ground water or talk with students about what they’restudying, there should be something for everyone.”If you want to meet gardening guru and UGA horticulture expertWalter Reeves, Sunday (March 26) is your chance. He’ll be at theGeorgia Gardener exhibit to preview this year’s GPTV show.To learn more on “A to Z,” or to get tickets or directions, visit the Zoo Atlanta web site. Or call (404)624-5600.
July 1, 2004 On the Move On the Move John R. Yoak has joined the commercial and civil litigation department of Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & Wein, P.A., with offices in the Wachovia Bank Building, 980 Tyrone Blvd., St. Petersburg, 33743, phone: (727) 381-2300, fax: (727) 343-4059. Edward L. Holloran, III, has become associated with McIntosh, Sawran, Peltz, Cartaya & Petrucelli, P.A., in West Palm Beach. Stetson University College of Law has promoted three faculty members to dean positions: Royal C. Gardner has become vice dean, John F. Cooper has become an associate dean for international and cooperative programs, and Theresa Pulley Radwan has become associate dean of academics. Kiernan P. Moylan has been promoted to vice president of community relations and marine departments for JM Family Enterprises in Deerfield Beach. Sharon M. Zuccaro has joined Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., in Ft. Myers as a stockholder. Zuccaro most recently practiced with Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf LLP. Zuccaro counsels clients on a number of real estate transactions, including: purchase and sales agreements, sale leasebacks, construction loans, asset-based financing, end loans, title work, and review of condominium documents. Stewart L. Kasner has been named a partner of Karp & Genauer, P.A., in Coral Gables. He focuses in matters of international taxation, international trusts and international estates. Offices are located at Two Alhambra Plaza, Ste. 1202, Coral Gables, 33134, phone:(305)445-3545, fax:(305)461-3545. Steven R. Walker, formerly attorney-advisor with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C., has joined the Alderwoods Group, Inc. , as vice president of law. He will be the managing attorney for U.S. operations and provide counsel on all corporate securities matters. The office is located at 311 Elm St., Ste. 1000, Cincinnati, OH 45202, phone: (513)768-7433. Pamela M. M. Holcombe has joined Brinkley, McNerney, Morgan, Solomon & Tatum, with offices in the Sun-Sentinel Building, 19 Floor, 200 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, 33301, phone: (954) 522-2200, fax: (954) 522-9123. She concentrates in matters of complex commercial litigation, business litigation, appellate practice, and maritime law. Francesca Ramos Ostrow has become associated with Gievers, P.A., with offices located at 524 E. College Ave., Ste. 2, Tallahassee, 32301. The firm engages in diverse civil trial practice throughout the state. Curtis Miner, assistant United States attorney for the Southern District of Florida, has joined, as a partner, Colson Hicks Eidson in Miami. Claire A. Dumas has become associated with Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs, P.A., in West Palm Beach. She concentrates in matters of corporate, transaction, and securities laws. Offices located at Flagler Center Tower, Ste. 1100, West Palm Beach, 33401, phone: (561) 659-3000. Paul A. Giordano has become associated with Fowler White Boggs Banker with offices at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., Ste. 1700, Tampa, 33602, phone: (813) 222-2097. Alan S. Wachs has joined, as a shareholder, the business and commercial litigation practice group of Volpe, Bajalia, Wickes, Rogerson & Galloway in Jacksonille. Katz Barron has announced that Dennis M. Stotts has been named managing partner of the firm’s Miami office, and Michele L. Stocker has been named managing partner of the Ft. Lauderdale office.Jeffrey Feulner, formerly with Jill S. Schwartz & Associates, has established Jeffrey Feulner, P.A. The firm focuses in matters of labor and employment and marital and family law. Offices are located at 815 Orienta Ave., Ste. 1060, Altamonte Springs, 32701. Jesse Michael Tilden has joined the construction practice group of Carlton Fields in Tampa. Rogers Towers, P.A., in Jacksonville has added the following attorneys: Wyman Duggan, Paige Hobbs, and Gayle Rice. Duggan has joined the firm as a shareholder. He concentrates in matters of land use, zoning, permitting, developments of regional impact, and commercial leasing. Hobbs has become an associate with the firm. She focuses in matters of real estate and land use law, including zoning, concurrency issues, development agreements, comprehensive planning, developments of regional impact, and commercial real estate transactions. Rice has become an associate with the firm. She focuses in matters of corporate law, including general business and corporate transactions, and acquisitions and sales of businesses. Dresnick & Rodriguez, P.A., in Coral Gables has added two new associates: George Daven Shirejian and Mayte Cabada. Leonard Bloom, formerly of Broad and Cassel, has become of counsel in the corporate practice group of Akerman Senterfitt in Miami. He focuses on business and corporate securities matters. John W. Biesinger III, formerly of SunTrust Banks, has joined Wachovia Trust as senior vice president/senior trust advisor. Office is located at 410 Central Ave., Second Floor, St. Petersburg, 33701, phone: (727) 502-1013, fax: (727) 502-1009. Robert McFadden, formerly of Holland & Knight in Orlando, has become associated with Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., in Tampa. He focuses on general commercial real estate and development, including permitting, and commercial purchases and leasing. Jennifer J. Ator, formerly of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, has joined and has become of counsel for Tannebaum, Planas & Weiss in Miami. Ator concentrates in matters of commercial and employment litigation. Robert D. Zebro has become associated with Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell, P.A., in Orlando. He concentrates in consumer and commercial litigation Richard Armstrong, Jr. has become of counsel to Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed in Orlando. He concentrates in real estate transactions, development and finance, franchising, and licensing. Leslie O’Neal-Coble has become a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig in Orlando. O’Neal-Coble focuses on construction litigation including construction defects claims, delay and disruption, liens, performance and payment bond claims, insurance claims, and architecture/engineer malpractice claims. Gregg Reed, formerly of Proskauer Rose in New York City, has joined Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan & Berlin in Miami. Reed focuses on matters of intellectual property prosecution, litigation, licensing and transactional matters, and works in the acquisition, maintenance, protection, and enforcement of trademark and Internet rights. Daniel M. Copeland, Attorney at Law, P.A., has relocated to Kingsouth Office Park, 9310 Old Kings Rd. S., Ste. 1501, Jacksonville, 32257, phone: (904) 482-0616, fax: (904) 482-0618. The firm concentrates in land trust formations, probate and estate planning, family law, civil litigation, real estate, and construction law. Brian J. Fender has joined Friedlander Misler in Washington, D.C. He focuses in matters of commercial real estate and general business law. Lisa Allen and Cheryl Thompson have become associated with GrayRobinson in Tampa. Allen formerly of Cohn & Cohn, P.A., concentrates in matters of commercial litigation with a focus on banking law, defending financial institutions pursuant to contractual defenses or UCC defenses, commercial foreclosures, special assets, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, loan reinstatements/workouts and commercial collections. Thompson, formerly a judicial clerk to C. Timothy Corcoran III, United States bankruptcy judge, Middle District of Florida, focuses on matters of commercial litigation, bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights. July 1, 2004 On the Move
AfD Politician ridicules Green Party LGBTTQQ-Proposal by greeting Parliament in 60 different Genders
Published on Jun 10, 2016AfD politician Steffen Königer ridiculed the Greens in the Brandenburg Parliament for their proposal of a “Campaign for Acceptance of Gender and Sexual diversity, Self-Determination and against Homo and Trans*-phobia in Brandenburg” as well as “Giving equal rights and societal equality for LGBTTQQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Trans, Two-spirit, Queer, Questioning) people in Brandenburg” by quoting 60 of the Genders considered by Leftists to be actual identities – they’re straight from Facebook’s Gender option list.He finished his introduction of almost 3 minutes by stating that his party rejects the proposal.Full List of Genders, official English version:Gentlemen, ladies, agender, androgyne, androgynous, bigender, cisgender, cis female, cis male, cis men, cis women, cisgender females, cisgender males, cisgender men, cisgender women, females to males, FTM, gender fluid, gender nonconforming, gender questioning, gender variant, genderqueer, intersex, males to females, MTF, neither, neutrois, non-binary, other, pangender, trans, trans*, trans females, trans* females, trans males, trans* males, trans men, trans* men, trans people, trans* people, trans women, trans* women, transfeminine, transgender, transgender females, transgender males, transgender men, transgender people, transgender women, transmasculine, transsexual, transsexual females, transsexual males, transsexual men, transsexual people, transsexual women, people of spirit, womyn, womyn*, two-spirit, three-spirit, four-spirit, Other