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After teasing a name change, IHOP states '' b ' is for burgers

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Alan Diaz/ AP This May 11, 2017, file picture shows an IHOP indication at a dining establishment in Hialeah, Fla.

Monday, June 11, 2018|10:14 a.m.

New York City– IHOP, which teased a name modification to IHOb earlier this month, says the “b” is to promote its hamburger menu.

The pancake chain has actually been coy about whether the name turn is long-term, stating Monday that it was “for the time being.” Pushed for details, the company would not provide an end date for IHOb however described the “tongue-in-cheek name change” and stated it was tied to the summertime hamburger promo.

The business understood for breakfast already had burgers on the menu, but is adding a line made of Black Angus hamburger. It started using the IHOb name on social media, on its site and for in-store promos.

The tips of a name modification had spurred guesses on social media– and some dissatisfaction Monday at the reveal.

Las Vegas 51s announce brand name, name change with relocate to Summerlin in 2019

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. LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -The Las Vegas 51s baseball group on Monday revealed it will be rebranding and changing its name for the 2019 season. The modifications will accompany the decades-old team’s transfer to the Las Vegas Ballpark at Downtown Summerlin next year. This summertime will mark the 51s’ last season in Cashman Field near downtown. Furthermore, the group will have a new AAA affiliate team, not the New york city Mets, according to a release.

[RELATED: New ballpark for Las Vegas 51s concerning Downtown Summerlin]

” We are moving to the beautiful brand-new Las Vegas Ballpark at Downtown Summerlin and a brand-new Big league association in 2019,” 51s President and COO Don Logan stated. “Our ownership group, The Howard Hughes Corporation wants the transition to be a home run complete with a new name and brand-new logo design.”

With that, the 51s introduced a “Call the Team” sweepstakes. Through April 30, fans can recommend ideas through the team’s site and social media pages. On May 4, an entry will be arbitrarily decided to win a grand reward consisting of $500 of group merchandise.

Not mentioned particularly in the release was the fate of mascot Cosmo, a big grey alien, however he’ll likely go away with the rebranding.

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Change announces huge Gigawatt 1 joint solar project

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Change On Feb. 7, 2018, Las Vegas-based Switch announced plans, in conjunction with Capital Dynamics, to develop the Gigawatt 1 solar task in Southern and Northern Nevada.

Change plans to develop the single biggest solar task portfolio in the country in Nevada, the innovation facilities business based out of Las Vegas revealed today.

In a partnership with Capital Characteristics, the second-largest owner of solar projects in the United States, the Gigawatt 1 solar task will be integrated in Southern and Northern Nevada.

The project will generate some of the lowest-priced solar power on the planet and produce enough clean energy to power practically 1 million homes.

The project becomes part of Change owner and Chief Executive Officer Rob Roy’s Gigawatt Nevada plan that he presented in 2015. Amongst Change’s objectives, the company wants to power its data centers with 100 percent renewable resource.

” The foundation of Gigawatt Nevada is that Nevada needs to harness the sun the very same way Alaska harnesses its oil to substantially benefit all Nevadans,” Roy said. “Nevada takes pleasure in the very best solar window in the nation and so we Nevadans need to not just be using solar for ourselves, but exporting it throughout the western U.S. to create brand-new jobs, tax earnings, financial diversity, and raise energy independence.”

Gigawatt 1 anchor renters will include Switch and numerous Switch CORE clients that partner with Switch for their data center and telecommunication needs.

Some Change clients include Amazon Web Provider, eBay, Marvel, MGM and recently announced Hulu, which is moving its information center to a 100 percent renewable resource facility in Las Vegas.

Aside from present customers, several personal and public-sector gain access to customers in and outside the state remain in negotiations to join the project.

” This is the sort of opportunity that just really rarely presents itself,” said Benoit Allehaut, director at Capital Characteristics, which will own and establish possessions tied to Gigawatt 1.

” After hearing Rob Roy’s vision to build gigawatts of solar in Nevada, this was a chance we couldn’t pass. We see a natural collaboration to transform not just Nevada however the whole western electric grid. Change is the leader in cooperative purchasing of telecom capacity and can take a comparable management role in purchasing and distributing green energy.”

The job, slated to create 1,250 building jobs, will be built with American-made photovoltaic panels and will utilize regional Nevada labor.

Switch and Capital Dynamics will negotiate with their engineering, procurement and building and construction specialists and with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 357 and Laborers Union Resident 872 on agreement terms to build Gigawatt 1.

The statement is on the heels of Switch Stations 1 and 2 going live at the Apex Industrial Park north of Las Vegas in December. The combined plants produce 179 megawatts from the 1.98 million photovoltaic panels over the 1,979-acre task.

Greenpeace, which awarded Switch all A grades in its Clicking Clean Report, applauded the company for its tidy energy initiatives.

” Gigawatt 1 shows that when Switch and other leading business don’t take ‘no’ for a response, they can interact and kick open the door to big scale sources of renewable energy that are much better for the planet and much better for the economy in Nevada,” said Gary Cook, wenior IT sector expert and energy advocate at Greenpeace.

Climate change diet plan: Arctic sea ice thins, so do polar bears

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Anthony Pagano/USGS/ AP In this April 15, 2015, photo provided by the United States Geological Study, a polar bear wearing a GPS video-camera collar lies on a piece of sea ice in the Beaufort Sea.

Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018|11:46 a.m.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska– Some polar bears in the Arctic are shedding pounds throughout the time they must be intensifying, a new study programs. It’s the climate modification diet and scientists say it’s bad.

They blame worldwide warming for the diminishing ice cover on the Arctic Ocean that bears requirement for hunting seals each spring.

For their research, the researchers spied on the polar bears by gearing up nine female white giants with tracking collars that had video cameras and the bear equivalent of a Fitbit during 3 recent springs. The bears likewise had their blood monitored and were weighed.

Exactly what the scientists found is that 5 of the bears lost weight and four of them lost 2.9 to 5.5 pounds (1.3 to 2.5 kilograms) each day. The average polar bear studied weighed about 386 pounds (175 kgs). One bear lost 51 pounds (23 kilograms) in just nine days.

” You’re talking a quite remarkable quantity of mass to lose,” stated U.S. Geological Survey wildlife biologist Anthony Pagano, lead author of a new study in Thursday’s journal Science.

Scientist studied the bears for 10 days in April, when they are expected to begin putting on weight so they can later on have cubs, feed the cubs and survive through the harsh winter season. However because the ice is diminishing, the bears are having a harder time capturing seal pups even throughout prime searching time, Pagano stated. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service notes polar bears as a threatened species.

Polar bears hunt from the ice. They often wait on seals to pop out of holes to get air and at other times they swim after seals. If there is less sea ice and it is broken apart, bears need to travel more– often swimming– which has severe consequences, such as more energy use, hypothermia and risk of death, stated University of Alberta biology teacher Andrew Derocher, who wasn’t part of the study.

The study found that on the ice, the polar bears burn up 60 percent more energy than formerly thought, based on these first real-life measurements done on the ice. A few of the bears travelled more than 155 miles (250 kilometers) in about 10 days off the northern coast of Alaska in the Beaufort Sea, Pagano stated. The typical bear female burnt about 13,200 calories a day– six times more than an active human female.

” Just to break even they have to capture a minimum of one seal every 5 to 10 days– and that’s simply to break even,” stated study co-author George Durner, a USGS research study zoologist. “And if they do not do that they’re going to reduce weight.”

The ice cover in the Arctic grows in the winter and melts in the summertime. Due to the fact that of climate modification, the ice is shrinking and thinning more and earlier, he stated.

As the ice decreases, “we are basically pulling the rug out from underneath the polar bears,” Durner stated.

The bear videos revealed scientists all sorts of usually personal aspects of polar bear life, including courtship and hunting. They taped dramatic, and sometimes, bloody seal hunts from the bear’s viewpoint.

” You’re seeing whatever it is seeing,” Durner stated.

Scientist only tracked female bears due to the fact that males cannot keep collars on– their heads are too small and their necks too big– Pagano stated.

Blaine Griffen, a Brigham Young University biology teacher who wasn’t part of the study, applauded the USGS work, noting that previous research studies have looked at resting polar bears and polar bears on treadmills in the laboratory.

In the long run, climate modification “will result in smaller bears that produce fewer cubs and that have lower survival rates,” Griffen stated in an email.

All over the Arctic, scientists have seen proof of weakened polar bears, Pagano said. Last month, a video of a starving polar bear went viral, but it is from a different part of the Arctic and not likely to be connected to worldwide warming, Durner stated.

” If it’s bad for polar bears, it might be impacting us in other methods– us being humans,” Durner said. “It becomes part of a bigger photo.”

Borenstein reported from Washington.

Video banner Hulu moving information centers to Change in Las Vegas

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. In a partnership with Switch, Hulu is moving its information centers to a new, 100 percent renewable energy center in Las Vegas. The center covers 2.4 million square feet throughout 12 buildings.

The migration of Hulu’s information to Switch will be completed next month.

With the large amount of energy had to fulfill the needs of countless viewers, the video-on-demand company, which also has a live TELEVISION service, was searching for ways to enhance shipment and minimize its impact on the environment.

” Powering millions of steady and safe streams a week is no simple task,” stated Rafael Soltanovich, vice president of software development for Hulu.”We’re able to ensure our audiences can reliably stream ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ or ‘Monday Night Football’ while moving to green and sustainable operations with our data centers.”

By relocating to a green-energy center, Hulu will get rid of the equivalent in carbon emissions of that produced by more than 50,000 cars and trucks, the business said in a statement.

After launching Hulu’s Live TV platform in May, the company moved its live information possessions to the public cloud platform through Amazon Web Solutions. The remainder is now being shifted to the Change data centers in Las Vegas.

“This relocation enables us to scale in a manner that not only decreases downtime for our clients, however likewise provides a stable, direct connection to (Amazon Web Solutions), allowing it to support the development of our existing cloud platform,” Soltanovich said.

Christopher Plummer to change Kevin Spacey in Getty film

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AP This combination image reveals Kevin Spacey at the Tony Awards in New York on June 11, 2017, left, and Christopher Plummer during a picture session in Beverly Hills, Calif. on July 25, 2013. Spacey is getting eliminated of Ridley Scott’s finished movie “All the Money in the World” and replaced by Christopher Plummer just over one month prior to it’s supposed to hit theaters.

Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017|1 a.m.

LOS ANGELES– In a wholly unprecedented relocation, Kevin Spacey is being cut from Ridley Scott’s ended up film “All the Money on the planet” and changed by Christopher Plummer simply over one month before it’s expected to strike theaters.

Individuals near to the production who were not authorized to speak openly stated Wednesday that Plummer is starting reshoots right away in the function of J. Paul Getty. All Spacey’s scenes will be reshot, individuals told The Associated Press. Co-stars Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams are anticipated to get involved.

Scott, who is known to be an effective director, is intending to keep the film’s Dec. 22 release date.

The director’s publicist Simon Halls confirmed the switch late Wednesday.

The movie was initially set to have its opening night at the AFI Fest in Los Angeles on Nov. 16 but was pulled previously this week in the middle of the sexual harassment reports surrounding Spacey, who has likewise been fired from “House of Cards” and come by his skill firm and press agent.

“All the cash on the planet” was primed for a luxurious awards season release from distributor Sony Pictures Entertainment and its ad campaign, which plainly includes Spacey, has been public for about a month currently. However its strategies have actually been in question since Spacey’s track record has actually diminished over the past week with harassment accusations growing daily.

The film narrates the occasions surrounding the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and his mother’s effort to convince J. Paul Getty, his billionaire grandfather, to pay the ransom.

The 87-year-old Plummer was apparently Scott’s first choice for the role of J. Paul Getty, however the director was pushed into casting a larger name. Plummer is probably best known for “The Sound of Music.” He won his very first Oscar in 2012 for the movie “Beginners.”

One of individuals near to the production stated that Scott’s plan captured Sony by surprise, however the studio is supporting the switch.

How the Route 91 attacks will change the Rock '' n ' Roll Las Vegas Marathon

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Individuals run along the Las Vegas Strip throughout the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon in Las Vegas on Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. Chase Stevens/Las Vegas News Bureau

Video gaming companies change with each generation

[not able to obtain full-text content] In jurisdictions where only a few gambling establishments run, it is required to have large gambling establishment floors to house the numerous fruit machine needed to satisfy a captive audience. But here, where a client can visit numerous casinos, the trend will be to produce a smaller gambling establishment footprint and make better use of the suburbs of the gambling establishment floor.

Climate-change denial is insult to victims

Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017|2 a.m.

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When, if not now, is the time to discuss global warming and exactly what to do about it? The answer from the Trump administration and the Republican Party, basically, is concise in its willful ignorance: “How about never ever? Is never helpful for you?”

No logical UNITED STATE administration would look at the destruction from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and look for to reject environment modification. At present, however, there is no logical U.S. administration.

We have rather a president and an Epa chief who choose not to acknowledge the obvious. Ideas and prayers are welcome sometimes like these, but they are insincere if not supplemented by analysis and action. Future megastorms will likely be even worse, scientists say; the concern for policymakers is to exactly what degree.

Inning accordance with EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, for researchers to “utilize time and effort to attend to” the cause of these enormous, anomalous storms would be “really, very insensitive to the people in Florida.” If I search the archives, I can come up with a few more reckless statements from Trump administration authorities, however not many.

Why did Harvey dispose unprecedented, almost scriptural amounts of rainfall on Houston and its environments? Why did Irma spend longer as a Classification 5 storm than other cyclone on record? Why, for the very first time anybody understands of, did we have 2 Classification 4 storms make U.S. landfall in the very same season? Why did we have two significant typhoons (Irma and Jose) and a 3rd, rather lesser storm (Katia) churning at the same time?

As deniers frequently point out, no individual weather event can be definitively blamed on environment change. But the World Meteorological Organization launched a statement concluding “the rainfall rates related to Harvey were likely made more extreme by anthropogenic environment modification.” And relating to Irma, the WMO mentioned models showing “cyclones in a warmer environment are likely to become more extreme.”

There are recognized linkages in between a storm’s seriousness and aspects such as sea levels, ocean temperatures and the position of prevailing currents such as the jet stream. Global warming has actually altered all of those criteria.

This is exactly the moment when researchers at the EPA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Weather condition Service, NASA and other companies ought to be laser-focused on environment change. They need to study the attributes and effects of this season’s hurricanes to better understand what changes worldwide warming has wrought so far. And I’m positive they will do so– unless their work is hampered by political hacks.

Climate change never ought to have become a partisan problem in the first place. There is no red or blue spin on that humans have actually burned enough nonrenewable fuel sources considering that the Industrial Transformation to increase the concentration of co2 in the environment by 40 percent; or that co2 traps heat; or that global land and ocean temperature levels have shot up; or that Arctic ice is melting; or that water level are rising. These things are straight measurable and true.

Global warming cuts no slack for political affiliation– as Republican Govs. Greg Abbott of Texas and Rick Scott of Florida now should humbly acknowledge.

However since the GOP cynically positioned itself as anti-science, times of trial can never be the correct time to discuss environment change. Nor can times when there are no storms. We’re expected to wait for the next Harvey, Irma or Katrina– then zip our lips from “regard” for the victims.

President Donald Trump may genuinely disbelieve the scientific agreement or he may be just pretending– it’s hard to tell. He continues to market his fantasy of “stunning, tidy coal” and his empty pledge to bring back the industry.

Maybe he truly doesn’t grasp that coal was crushed not by federal government policy however by the introduction of low-cost, plentiful gas due to fracking.

And perhaps Trump doesn’t get the fact that the rest of the world recognizes both the ecological and the financial benefits of tidy energy innovations. It is likely, I believe, that eventually there will be world-changing developments in solar energy, battery capability and nuclear blend. I hope these advances are made in the United States; I fear they will be made in China, Japan or Germany.

The Trump administration should a minimum of be firmly insisting that seaside neighborhoods in Texas and Florida be rebuilt taking environment modification into account. Water level rise is an unquestioned truth; the cruelest insult to those now suffering would be to pretend it is not.

Eugene Robinson is a writer for The Washington Post.