Veneto, Italy Newswire

Veneto, Italy Newswire

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  1. Slovakia next stop on Jesse Edge's football odysseyRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Waikato Times

    In professional sport, it's often what distinguishes the athletes who make it with those left languishing on the sidelines. The Tauranga-born defensive midfielder is now playing in the top ranked Slovakian division for FK Zeleziarne Podbrezova after spells at Achilles 29 , FC Pisek , Vicenza , Auckland City and WaiBop United.


  2. Piqued Jacks Share Debut Single And VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Tuscany-based alt rockers, Piqued Jacks, share their debut single, "Loner Vs Lover," from their forthcoming, third album, The Living Past, due out October 26th. Atwood Magazine, who premiered the video, say the song is "an intimate self-reflection full of dark energies and nuanced emotion.


  3. Taking the Wrong Seat in Venice Could Cost You up to $650Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | QTMagazine

    To curb tourists from behaving badly in the ancient city of Venice, Italy, the Italian government may charge visitors who plop themselves in the wrong spot around $650. The new ban, which will be voted upon, is part of a wider effort to prevent tourists from causing destruction with their poor behavior.


  4. US Army Africa: Building readiness, partnerships through NCO developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The United States Army

    U.S. Army Soldiers receive training on jungle movements and signals at Jungle Warfare School, Achiase Military Base, Akim Achiase, Ghana, Aug. 1, 2018. The Jungle Warfare School is a series of situational training exercises designed to train participants in counter-insurgency and internal security operations.


  5. How David Crosby Found a New HarmonyRead the original story

    Thursday | RollingStone

    The veteran singer-songwriter on why his current band reminds him of CSNY's early days and what's inspiring him to stay busier than ever at age 77 One afternoon this past spring, David Crosby found himself facing two unlikely scenarios: He was in New York's grimy East Village, on the other side of the country from his California home, and the notoriously assertive musician was being given orders. "Turn off your cell phone, Croz," says Michael League, the bearded, Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist and leader of the multi-genre band Snarky Puppy, sitting in the control room of a funky studio above a bodega.


  6. Venice: Water and wineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    There are rose bushes planted at the end of each row of grapes at Alba Rosa family winery in the Italian countryside. They're the canaries in the coalmine.


  7. Speakers Wanted for the 2019 PDA Europe Parenteral Packaging ConferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    The 2019 PDA Europe Parenteral Packaging Conference event attracts industry professionals from all over Europe who meet to advance their knowledge of and share their experiences with product and processes. The Parenteral Drug Association has released its call Call for Abstracts for the 2019 PDA Europe Parenteral Packaging Conference: Interaction of Product, Package and Process, 19-20 March 2019 at the Hilton Molino Stucky in Venice, Italy.


  8. MedAutonomic Has Successful Implant of PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Medical Device/Diagnostic Ind.

    The company's Phoenix device is a bioelectric medicine that has the potential to treat functional diseases such as type-2 diabetes, hypertension, and gastroesophageal reflux disease. MedAutonomic has made significant progress with its brain neuromodulation technology.


  9. High/Low: Two Venice Hotels, Two Sides of a Celebrated CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | The New York Times

    One is an opulent palazzo, the other a combination hostel and budget hotel. One has 18 rooms and suites, the other nearly 1,000 beds.


  10. A Few Nights in VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | The New York Times

    Luxury or Affordable? The Palazzo Venart offers opulent accommodations at a hefty price. The A & O Venezia Mestre may not be as convenient, but budget travelers will find a good deal.


  11. Boat captains discuss water quality issues at CCCIA meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Cape Coral Daily Breeze

    The Cape Coral Construction Industry Association held one if the biggest dinner meetings in its history Thursday, with the main topic being what's been on everyone's minds: water quality and what can be done to improve it. Chris Whittman and Daniel Andrews, founders of Captain for Clean Water, were the guest speakers, who relayed to the local industry leaders that the greatest weapon they have are those who care enough to write to their lawmakers to put cumulative pressure on them to act.


  12. Canterbury lose co-captain Whetukamokamo Douglas with fractured thumbRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 |

    Canterbury co-captain Whetukamokamo Douglas returned to New Zealand after a stint with Italian club Treviso during the 2017-18 northern season. The Canterbury co-captain and No 8 fractured a thumb during his side's 34-29 loss to Auckland in their Mitre 10 Cup match last Sunday afternoon, and requires surgery.


  13. Emmy Wines: Behind the ScenesWe got the scoop on the pours and snacks ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Wine Spectator

    Last night's Primetime Emmy Awards featured some familiar honorees- Game of Thrones , 96-year-old national treasure Betty White , and Napa's Sterling Vineyards and Italy's Ferrari Trento costarring as the official still and sparkling wines of the Emmy Awards Season. But the night wasn't without primetime-style twists, and the best of them were accompanied by a glass of wine in hand.


  14. Why Bradley Cooper initially said 'no' to 'A Star Is Born'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Chicago Tribune

    Bradley Cooper arrives for the premiere of "A Star Is Born" during the 75th Venice international film fest in Italy last month. His appearance in Chicago Monday was decidedly less glamorous.


  15. Michael A. BanderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Capital Weekly

    Michael Alan Bander, a 45-year resident of Miami, a leading lawyer and one of the deans of the immigration bar, died suddenly at his summer home in Spruce Head Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, at the age of 79. He was recognized in publications such as Best Lawyers in America and through his membership in IMMLAW, the consortium of outstanding U.S. immigration lawyers providing services in port cities throughout the U.S., whicch he helped organize.


  16. 303 Gallery opens exhibition of new work by Sam FallsRead the original story

    Monday Sep 17 | Art Daily

    Sublimating the natural world in works that both defy and embrace the basic functions of art, Falls' works record specific moments in time as well as the infinite human impulse to commune with nature. For the series of paintings on view, Falls brings large sheets of canvas into the deepest corners of America's national parks, covering them with dry pigments and arranging bracken and found flora to create intricate patterns.


  17. Kyle Clemens, Aaron Muia excel for Saint Rose soccerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | Albany Times Union

    Senior Kyle Clemens has helped the offense and sophomore Aaron Muia has been solid on defense to help St. Rose stand 5-0 overall and 2-0 in Northeast-10 Conference play after a 2-0 victory over St. Anselm on Saturday in Albany. Clemens, a 6-foot, 195-pound midfielder from Ballston Lake , has two goals and an assist thus far.


  18. What To Drink Now: Wine for the 70th Annual Emmy AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | D Magazine

    Tonight, Hollywood celebrities and behind-the-camera talents are celebrating performances and production on the small screen. But what to sip for this prime-time extravaganza? Consider one of these delicious options.


  19. Harvey St Clair: Chelsea's would-be loanee who chose a permanent move to Serie B insteadRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 |

    The youngster insists he is not in Venice for a holiday, as he takes an unusual step to make an impact in the competitive world of football Harvey St Clair became the latest in a growing number of players leaving English football to ply their trade overseas, accepting a four-year deal to join Serie B side Venezia this summer rather than becoming yet another part of Chelsea 's loan army. It remains far from an exodus in the British game, but St Clair joined the likes of Jadon Sancho , Noni Madueke , Jonathan Panzo , Liam Henderson and Ryan Nolan in making the decision to develop overseas.


  20. 20 greatest destinations in Italy - and the best time to visit each oneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 |

    Venice is not just for lovers - there's a world of family fun to be had just a short hop outside the city itself From the splendour of Rome to the colour of Venice's Carnevale, the art of Florence to the quaint trulli homes of Puglia, Italy is a country of year-long delights. From the splendour of Rome to the colour of Venice's Carnevale, the art of Florence to the quaint trulli homes of Puglia, Italy is a country of year-long delights.