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first_imgGeorgia Winery & Vineyard List(As of March 2000)Blackstock Vineyards5452 Town Creek RoadDahlonega, Georgia [email protected]d Harris, PresidentTrish Harris, CFOChateau Elan Winery100 Tour de FranceBraselton, Georgia 30517770-932-0900770-271-6915 FAXwww.chateauelan.com ([email protected])Anne Marie Rosenberg, Director of Winery Operations ([email protected])Dan Baldwin, WinemakerKenneth Ledford, EnologistJoe Halstead, Cellar Master ([email protected])Chestnut Mountain WineryP.O. Box 99Braselton, Georgia 30517770-867-6914 Main/FaxJason Wagner, General ManagerCrane Creek VineyardsP.O. Box 95Young Harris, Georgia 30582706-379-1236706-781-6566 [email protected] Seifarth, PresidentDeAnne Seifarth, CFO/Director of MarketingFox Vineyards & Winery225 Hwy 11 S.Social Circle, Georgia 30025770-787-5402 Main/[email protected] Fuchs, PresidentKen Fuchs, General ManagerFrogtown Cellars3300 Damascus Church RoadDahlonega, Georgia 30533706-865-0687706-865-0688 / 770-303-1135 [email protected] Craig Kritzer, PresidentRichard Hester, Vineyard ManagerGeorgia Wines447 High Point DriveChickamauga, Georgia 30707706-937-2177706-931-2851 FAXPatty Prouty, General Manager/WinemakerHabersham Vineyards & Winery7025 S. Main Street/P.O. Box 808Helen, Georgia 30545706-878-9463 / 770-983-1973706-878-8466 FAXwww.habershamwinery.com Tom Slick, PresidentSteve Gibson, General ManagerAndrew Beaty, WinemakerRussell Jones, OperationsTerry Haney, Vineyard ManagerPuckett Family Vineyards4346 Hudson River Church RoadDanielsville, Georgia 30633706-789-2297 / 770-998-5208770-649-1900 [email protected] Puckett, General PartnerJanet Puckett, PartnerSplit Rail Vineyard745 West AvenueCartersville, Georgia 30120770-382-3830770-382-8966 [email protected] Dellinger, ProprietorThree Sisters VineyardsP.O. Box 849Dahlonega, Georgia 30533706-865-0359706-865-1531 FAXwww.threesistersvineyards.comDoug Paul, President ([email protected])Sharon Paul, CFO/General Manager ([email protected])Ken VanDusen, Vineyard Manager ([email protected])Tiger Mountain Vineyards2606 Old Hwy 441Tiger, Georgia 30576706-782-9256-ezzard / [email protected] Ezzard, CEOWilliam Stack, Secretary, 1077 Bethel Road, Tiger, Georgia 30576 ([email protected])Wolf Mountain Vineyards2010 Shallowford Park ManorRoswell, Georgia [email protected] Karl Boegner President/Managing Directorlast_img read more

Maxx Mobile launches AX356 GenxDroid7 smartphone for Rs 3,696

first_imgMaxx Mobile has launched a new budget smartphone, the AX356 GenxDroid7, for 3,696.The Maxx AX356 GenxDroid7 comes with a 3.5-inch screen having 320×480 resolutions. It runs on the Android v4.2.2 Jelly Bean, but is upgradable to KitKat.The device has 512 MB of RAM and 12 GB Memory (4 GM ROM, plus an 8GB memory card). It is 3G enabled and powered by Mediatek MT6572M, 1 GHz Dual Core Processor and 1200 mAhBattery.It sports a rear camera with 3.2-megapixel with Flash as well as a 0.3-megapixel front camera. It features WivFi, and Bluetooth v4.0 connectivity options in addition to FM radio, Accelerometer and a Gravity Sensor.The handset is loaded with applications like MAXX World, MAXX life Box, MAXX Care, MAXX New Launch, Getit, Hungama, Office Suite, Opera Mini, OLX, Flipkart, WeChat launcher and Google applications. The Maxx AX356 GenxDroid7 is available at Infibeam and mobile retail shops across the country.last_img read more

HERES KEANU REEVES IN ALI WONGS NETFLIX ROMCOM ALWAYS BE MY MAYBE

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter Advertisement Yup. Keanu Reeves is the freaky-ass sex guy in Always Be My Maybe.The Netflix romcom is about two childhood sweethearts in vastly different socioeconomic situations who reconnect as adults. Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement Facebook Sasha (Ali Wong) is a celebrity chef who returns to San Francisco to open an restaurant while Marcus (Randall Park) is a musician who lives at home and works for his Dad.last_img read more

Subway workers stage strike over wages in Romanian capital

first_imgBUCHAREST, Romania — Subway workers have staged a two-hour strike in the Romanian capital and threatened an all-out walkout if the government doesn’t agree to their wage demands.Trains didn’t run early Thursday after talks broke down between the subway trade union and management. Bucharest authorities laid on extra buses and trams.The union wants a 42 per cent salary hike, while managers have offered 18 per cent. Union leader Ion Radoi says employees will go on strike next week if the impasse isn’t broken.Transport Minister Lucian Sova calls the demands “blackmail.”Subway workers have an average monthly salary of 7,300 lei ($1,765), significantly higher than the national average.Some 700,000 people use the subway daily. A single journey costs 2.5 lei ($0.6).Built in the 1980s, the network only covers part of the city.The Associated Presslast_img read more

BJP candidate Santanu Thakur injured in car accident

first_imgKolkata: BJP candidate from Bongaon constituency Santanu Thakur was injured when the car he was travelling in collided head-on with another car on Bongaon-Hanskhali Road on Saturday morning. Two others, including the driver, have also sustained some injuries.BJP leaders from North 24-Parganas put up a roadblock on Bongaon-Hanskhali Road on Saturday afternoon resulting in traffic congestion in the area. The roadblock was later lifted following the intervention of senior police officers. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThe incident occurred at around 12.30 pm near Hashpur More under Gaighata police station. The car that hit Thakur’s vehicle had a ‘police’ sticker on its windscreen. The frontal portions of both the vehicles were damaged due to the accident. Following the incident, BJP workers went on a rampage ransacking the police vehicle. The incident sparked off tension among the locals. The BJP workers sat on the road and shouted slogans. Thakur, along with two others, was immediately rushed to Bongaon Sub-divisional hospital where they have been undergoing treatment. Thakur has received head injuries in the accident. According to hospital sources, all the injured victims are stated to be in a stable condition. CT scan was performed on Thakur immediately after he was admitted to the hospital. The Election Commission has sought a detailed report on the incident from the District Magistrate of the North 24-Parganas who happened to be the Chief Election Officer of the district. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThe BJP leaders from the district alleged that it was a deliberate attempt to cause harm to Thakur who had been going to Kalyani to join his election rally. BJP alleged that TMC leaders might have hatched a plan and demanded a thorough inquiry. The district TMC leaders, however, rubbished the allegation saying that BJP was trying to politicise the whole incident after they lost the political foothold in the area. Trinamool Congress district president Jyotipriya Mallick termed it as ‘an orchestrated incident’ and an attempt to win the sympathy of the people ahead of the fifth phase of elections when Bongaon goes to poll. “The car in which Thakur was travelling bears a registration of Uttar Pradesh. Five RSS people were travelling in the car. There was around Rs 25 lakh cash in the car. The BJP candidate from Bongaon was going to distribute the money among the people. The accident occurred when they were trying to flee after being chased by the locals,” Mallick told the reporters during a press conference in the district. Mallick also clarified that the other vehicle involved in the accident was not a police vehicle but was being used by the Central Forces. An FIR has been lodged against those who attacked the police who went to the spot following the incident.last_img read more

The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Arizona Cardinals NFL football quarterback Kyler Murray speaks to the media, Friday, April 26, 2019, at the Cardinals’ practice facility in Tempe, Ariz. Murray was the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Football draft. (AP Photo/Matt York) It’s shaking out to be quite a roster overall for the Arizona Cardinals.General manager Steve Keim is doing everything he can to purge the team after a 3-13 season, and the 2019 NFL Draft will likely play a large part. There’s a reason why ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. suggested that all of the Cardinals’ 11 draft picks could make the 53-man roster. That’s because Arizona got a lot of value throughout, but also because of the expectation that there are quite a few jobs to be won. That makes for an interesting conversation about which players will make the biggest impact from the jump.Doug & Wolf’s Doug Franz and Ron Wolfley took that question and ran with it in Tuesday’s impromptu power poll.Related LinksThe Kyler Murray era begins, now what about that other guy?Cardinals roster preps for wide receiver reset after NFL DraftCardinals loved work ethic, speed of receiver Andy IsabellaCardinals gave Kliff Kingsbury ammo, didn’t go reaching in 2019 NFL DraftMel Kiper Jr.: All of Cardinals’ 2019 NFL draft picks will make the teamThey were asked to power rank the five most impactful rookies in the 2019 draft class. To nobody’s surprise, quarterback Kyler Murray topped both hosts’ lists.They went different directions with the first two picks, but the top three are clear. Murray, cornerback Byron Murphy and receiver Andy Isabella, the Cardinals’ first three picks, are expected to make the biggest impact.There’s just a little bit of debate as to whether Murphy or Isabella will play a larger role.RON WOLFLEY5. WR KeeSean Johnson (6th round)4. DE Zach Allen (3rd)3. CB Byron Murphy (2nd)2. WR Andy Isabella (2nd)1. QB Kyler Murray (1st)DOUG FRANZ5. WR Hakeem Butler (4th)4. S Deionte Thompson (5th)3. WR Andy Isabella (2nd)2. CB Byron Murphy (2nd)1.  QB Kyler Murray (1st)last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter Virginia Haddon expe

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >Virginia Haddon experiences the behind-the-scenes action of Malaysia Airlines, in light of a recent brand overhaul. Over the last 12 months Malaysia Airlines (MH) has been undergoing a major overhaul in line with a 12 point plan covering such critical items as fiscally viable and a complete shakeup with the airline’s executives. The recently appointed CEO, Christoff Mueller, was willing to confront the elephant in the room with refreshing honesty at a meeting last week where he answered all questions put to him and explained the rationale behind the changes.  “Changing a culture is a challenge. We’ve had a hierarchical structure which tends to slow change down,” said Mueller. “However we are currently streamlining processes.”Christoff MuellerOn 1 September 2015 MAS became a new legal entity: Malaysia Airlines Berhad – MAB, with 13,000 staff. Although the aircraft currently looks the same, it will have a branding ‘refresh’ – according to Mueller. Details of the extent of this refresh are to be announced in six to eight weeks. Mueller and his new team want seamless transitions and ‘kerbside to kerbside’ experiences to be improved. There will be new aircraft seats; renewed lounges and better connections between flights. Things like on-time flights and bag handling speeds are on Mueller’s hit-list however he feels most of the hiccups are in Kuala Lumpur and will be able to rectify these issues quickly.According to Mueller the challenge is to ensure the entire staff is motivated and engaged, especially those on the front line, with these major changes to guarantee the new culture filters through the entire company.  Although MAB does not have a union, as his first priority Mueller instituted staff representation, ensuring they have a voice in the remodelling of the airline and to instil confidence in the workforce.To catch a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes activities of any major operation is enlightening but this is especially so of an airline and one wishing to reinvent itself such as Malaysia Airlines. To see the scale is mind-boggling; to experience, even just for a moment, the depth of training undertaken by the staff, the seriousness taken in its safety and the dedication to on board quality and service is impressive.At Brahims Airline Catering, partially owned by Malaysia Airlines, action rarely stops and the numbers are massive. It’s arguably the largest Halal kitchen in the world; the preparation area alone is the equivalent of two football fields. Within this there are various cold and hot kitchens, a bakery, a patisserie, plating up areas and refrigerators and blast chillers on major industrial scale, which is to be expected when producing thousands of meals per day.Imagine cutting two and a half tonnes of fish; three to four tonnes of chicken, 300-600 kilograms of lamb and beef and three to four tonnes of fruit into a very specific portion size…personally, not by machine…in just one day. What about cooking a 123 kilograms of Massaman curry? And this is just for the flights leaving Kuala Lumpur. The only exception is the satay, offered to every business and first class MH passenger, and prepared only in Kuala Lumpur for every MH flight globally.  There are usually six to eight workers threading 16,000 to 20,000 lamb, beef and chicken skewers per day.  Yes! per day. Each worker averages 3,000 skewers per person per day.  The satay sticks are then cooked in the traditional way over hot coals and served on board with the spicy peanut sauce. This personal favourite has won MH the coveted Skytrax Signature Dish award numerous times.As with all major airlines safety is paramount at Malaysia Airlines. The in-house training for MH flight attendants is one of the most comprehensive in the industry at 63 days tuition for just one aircraft type – although this will be changing to 75 days for two aircraft in the future – with at least 19 days dedicated safety. Attendants must gain a pass mark of over 90 per cent in the safety category and can only re-sit the examination once if they are to fly with MH. Each attendant must update their safety training every year and is restricted to working on a maximum of three aircraft types in the fleet. Only one day is on grooming and deportment. Five days focuses on first aid from the straight forward to the potentially fatal: medical emergencies like asthma, epilepsy, heart attack, even childbirth – a baby girl was successfully delivered on board a flight in May this year; they are taught how to use defibrillators, and POCs (portable oxygen containers) and to perform CPR.Training is conducted in all levels of emergency from the simple to the worst case scenarios and major catastrophes and in all aspects of fire-fighting; signalling and survival equipment; the art of subduing of unruly passengers; rapid aircraft evacuation on land and sea with or without shoot or life raft; even ‘how to be tough’ with passengers so they will react in the correct and speedy way in an emergency. You definitely don’t want the first passenger jumping on the evacuation chute with heels as it will puncture the shoot and no one else will be able slide down.  (Hint: always wear flat shoes and always keep them on during a flight as its likely you won’t be able to find them in an emergency and you will sustain friction burns sliding down a chute.)Standing at the top of an evacuation chute on a 747 is scary without an emergency situation but jumping down it is exhilarating when it’s not one.  Serving the meal and drinks from the trolley is more complicated than expected.  Following a cabin crew in retraining was illuminating. The experience was indicative of the thorough ‘refresh’ Mueller and his band of executives are instituting at Malaysia Airlines Berhad.Final Hint: Recommend your traveller take the KLIA Ekspres rail journey between KLIA and KLIA2 to downtown KL.  It takes only 28 minutes compared to at least one hour by road.  There’s even free Wi-Fi and if heading home they can check in for their flight at the Central terminal.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

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