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28 Nov 2014 
Business Beat: The Brewhouse, Hanson?s Market, Strides Sci Functional Fitness | The Capistrano Dispatch








What we do is a little bit different, Castruita said. We build the store around the community. In addition to organic and natural produce, Hansons will offer craft beer and wine in about a month. The deli and coffee bar will open soon, and the cafe area will include raw juices, smoothies and kombucha on tap. Unique to the San Juan location will be an integrated pharmacy, opening in about seven months. Castruita said he wanted to offer pharmacy services due to the senior living community potentially being built next door. After opening in June, Strides Spinal Cord Injury Functional Fitness celebrated its ribbon cutting in November. Courtesy Debra Wells Strides Spinal Cord Injury Functional Fitness 31371 Rancho Viejo Road, Suite 103 949.354.5655, www.stridessci.com Strides Spinal Cord Injury, or SCI, opened on June 4, with a recent ribbon cutting in November. Through specialized functional fitness programs, Strides provides individuals living with spinal cord injuries and paralysis the means to increase their ability to perform daily living activities. Josh Salic and Jason Wanstreet head the Strides team. Salic, who has a bachelors degree in sports medicine, is a certified athletic trainer and strength and conditioning specialist.
Full story here: Business Beat: The BrewHouse, Hanson?s Market, Strides SCI Functional Fitness | The Capistrano Dispatch







Aereo files for bankruptcy after Supreme Court's killing blow | PCWorld




After shutting down two offices in a desperate attempt to save the company earlier in November, Aereo filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on Friday. "We have traveled a long and challenging road...We feel incredibly lucky to have had the opportunity to build something as meaningful and special as Aereo," company CEO and founder Chet Kanojia wrote in a blog post on Friday. Kanojia says bankruptcy will allow the company to "maximize the value of its business and assets without the extensive cost and distraction of defending drawn out litigation in several courts." Aereo's idea was simple: Warehouse a bunch of nickel-sized TV antennas and rent them out to people who wanted access to live over-the-air TV via the Internet. Aereo believed its use of technology and business model meant it wasn't a traditional cable provider and could thus avoid paying heavy fees to television broadcasters. The company was effectively killed in June when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the company was more or less a cable provider . Why this matters: Aereo wanted to set the cable industry on its head. At one point the company was expanding so rapidly that it seemed Aereo would outmaneuver its opponents and would ultimately succeed at delivering a live TV experience over the Internet nationwide. But the Supreme Court decision ended that ride. The death struggle between Aereo and broadcasters did prove one thing, however: If a (legal) cord-cutting revolution is going to come it will have to begin with the industry bigwigs. The revolution has begun After Aereo's loss in June, the dream of true cord cutting seemed farther away than ever.
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Out and about | The Journal Gazette




The court made an incredibly wrong decision, but be that as it may, we cant appeal that decision anymore so its time to take next steps. TC: How do you think Aereo, its outcome as a company and in the Supreme Court, will affect the future of the TV industry and its disruption? CK: I think we played an integral role in bringing to the forefront the imbalances of the industry the Archaean business models, the lack of focus on consumer interest. I think we brought that dialogue even more attention. Once a day theres a story in the news about cord cutting. There is evidence that around 10 million households are internet only in the United States. We didnt create the phenomenon, but we rose to fill that opportunity. Its inevitable that well get there. Even now you can see CBS and HBO making moves in this direction, but those are just band aids.
Source: http://techcrunch.com/2014/11/21/aereo-ceo-court-made-incredibly-wrong-decision-cord-cutting-is-inevitable/?ncid=rss







Aereo cord cutting CEO: Court Made Incredibly Wrong Decision, Cord-Cutting Is Inevitable | TechCrunch




13. Festival of Trees Gala and auction, 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. today, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday; Defiance Eagles, Defiance, Ohio; 419-784-4747 or www.defianceymca.org. TODAY Holiday Open House 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Annie Oakley Perfumery, 300 Johnson St., Ligonier; free sensory tour; 800-652-6642. Ends Dec. 12. SATURDAY Annual Christmas Stroll Tour of homes decorated for Christmas; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; $8 advance, $10 at any door, $3 per house; 260-925-3308 or www.dekalbcvb.org. Cutting of the Reins Ceremony 2 p.m.; Ehlerdings River City Harley-Davidson, Glenbrook Square near Sears; www.rivercityhd.com. Christmas Trees and Wreaths Offered by Concordia Lutheran Church Mens Club; 9 a.m.
Source: http://www.journalgazette.net/article/20141121/FEAT14/311209962/-1/feat11



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27 Nov 2014 
Out And About | The Journal Gazette








There are immediate opportunities and there are even bigger opportunities in the future to serve consumer need, and that wont come from incumbents. Their business model wont permit it. People have to make their own assessments, but there is a lot of innovation in the space, which is exciting. I look at Aereo as a huge success on a lot of different fronts. The financial outcome might not have been a success, but that is just one piece. We raised the dialogue around the problems in the industry, creating a great product that connected consumers to incredible technology. And we did it with a great team. If you measure us by any of those standards, were a success. The financial outcome is just one aspect. And so there are a lot of interesting things happening in this industry for cord cutters anyone willing to take the risk.
Read More: Aereo CEO: Court Made Incredibly Wrong Decision, Cord-Cutting Is Inevitable | TechCrunch








TODAY Battleship Potemkin Silent film with music provided by Hope Arthur Orchestra; 7:30 p.m.; Cinema Center, 437 E. Berry St.; $15 general admission, $10 members; www.cinemacenter.org. SATURDAY South Side Farmers Market 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.; includes vegetables, baked goods, hormone-free meat and eggs; 3300 Warsaw St. Ends December. Barr Street Winter Market 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; The ASH Centre, 1701 Freeman St.; ylni.org/market. Operation F4: Fight for a Fitter Fort 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; $5 lunch; Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, 4320 Coldwater Road; www.OPF4.com. Star Viewing Open for cord cutting two hours every clear Saturday night 30 minutes after sunset through Nov. 30; Jefferson Township Park, 1702 Webster Road, New Haven; donations accepted. Under the Same Moon International fashion show; 7 p.m.; Cordier Auditorium, Manchester University, North Manchester; www.manchester.edu.
Full story here: Out and about | The Journal Gazette







Busting the Cord Cutting Myth - NASDAQ.com




I often get spoiled before I get a chance to watch a show in full.Just last week, I wrote about how much I had been loving How To Get Away With Murder . In fact, I even said that the slick network murder mystery show had taken up a spot of prestige in my streaming schedule: its my favorite Saturday morning bagel watch. Of course, How To Get Away With Murder airs on Thursday night, so Im always 36 hours behind everyone else who watched it live. Normally, I dont care about this. However, last week was the midseason finale, and there were tons of twists and turns , and by Friday morning, I knew about all of them. Without having seen the episode. I was very peeved about this. Its not just that I want to be in on the trending conversations; I want to know what is happening in my country.Last night, as I checked my social media feeds, everyone I knew was imploring everyone else to turn on the news to listen to the Presidents speech about MichaelBrown and to see on live news feeds the horrors that were transpiring in Ferguson. Well, I couldnt do that.
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Aereo files for bankruptcy after Supreme Court's killing blow | PCWorld




The trends Looking at the data, some interesting trends start to emerge. Most notably, the telephone companies -- AT&T , Verizon , and CenturyLink -- are growing subscribers rapidly as cable and satellite subscriptions remain mostly stagnant or decline. Nonetheless, subscriber losses at the satellite companies hit hard in the second and third quarters of the year, resulting in net subscriber losses among the companies. But over the past year, these companies have managed to gain nearly 400,000 net new television subscribers. To break even, the remaining 15 million subscribers spread among the smaller cable companies would have to have disconnected at a rate higher than 2.6%. Only Time Warner Cable (-5.2%) and Cablevision (-4.1%) saw declines higher than that. The average of the four cable companies on the list was a 2.2% subscriber loss. Applying the average cable subscriber loss rate to the 15 million subscribers unaccounted for by publicly traded companies brings the total net subscriber adds to 66,000. By comparison, SNL Kagan estimates pay-TV subscribers increased by 46,000 in 2012, 260,000 in 2011, and 211,000 in 2010.The research firm also estimates subscribers declined by 251,000 last year, well above Leichtman Research's estimate of 105,000.So, you can see how inexact of a science this is.
Source: Busting the Cord Cutting Myth - NASDAQ.com








After shutting down two offices in a desperate attempt to save the company earlier in November, Aereo filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on Friday. "We have traveled a long and challenging road...We feel incredibly lucky to have had the opportunity to build something as meaningful and special as Aereo," company CEO and founder Chet Kanojia wrote in a blog post on Friday. Kanojia says bankruptcy will allow the company to "maximize the value of its business and assets without the extensive cost and distraction of defending drawn out litigation in several courts." Aereo's idea was simple: Warehouse a bunch of nickel-sized TV antennas and rent them out to people who wanted access to live over-the-air TV via the Internet. Aereo believed its use of technology and business model meant it wasn't a traditional cable provider and could thus avoid paying heavy fees to television broadcasters. The company was effectively killed in June when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the company was more or less a cable provider . Why this matters: Aereo wanted to set the cable industry on its head. At one point the company was expanding so rapidly that it seemed Aereo would outmaneuver its opponents and would ultimately succeed at delivering a live TV experience over the Internet nationwide. But the Supreme Court decision ended that ride. The death struggle between Aereo and broadcasters did prove one thing, however: If a (legal) cord-cutting revolution is going to come it will have to begin with the industry bigwigs. The revolution has begun After Aereo's loss in June, the dream of true cord cutting seemed farther away than ever. Then, something funny happened: Content producers started talking about delivering unbundled TV services via the Internet. CBS in October announced CBS All Access , a standalone streaming and live TV service for CBS content.
Source: Aereo files for bankruptcy after Supreme Court's killing blow | PCWorld



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27 Nov 2014 
Bounce Back: 13 'yo-yo' Stocks Swing To The Top








But big yo-yo moves in stocks are great when the direction is up. And boy, is the direction ever up for these 13 stocks that got clocked going in to the year. There are 13 stocks in the Standard & Poor's 500 , including energy firm Tesoro , grocer L Brands and discount retailer Ross Stores that dropped 15% or more during the early part of the year to set a 52-week low, but have since rallied 20% or more to notch a new all-time high or be just 2% away. Talk about a bounceback! Such rapid downs and ups are signs of just how volatile the market is, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. With stocks bumping at all-time highs, investors are ready to pound the sell button when there's even a whisper of trouble. But lately, the investors who keep their calmor even step upcan score big time. More from USA Today:
Read More: Bounce back: 13 'yo-yo' stocks swing to the top







Cable Companies Aren't Selling Cable Anymore - NASDAQ.com




pay-TV industry has been hard to come by. Some estimates say the subscriber base is actually shrinking due to cord-cutting and slow household growth. But high-speed Internet continues to steadily add customers. Over the last year, the market grew about 4% to 5%, compared to a flat market in pay TV. Indeed, Comcast over the last four quarters lost 155,000 video customers, but added 1.3 million Internet customers. Meanwhile, AT&T and Verizon are taking market share of the pay-TV space from traditional cable providers, but their Internet subscriber base has grown much more quickly. At the end of the third quarter, AT&T had twice as many Internet customers as television customers. Verizon had 6.5 million Internet subscribers and 5.5 million television subscribers, and Internet additions are growing much faster. Taking the next 15 million customers Eventually, high-speed Internet will be as prevalent as cable television, which means there is still plenty of growth left in the industry. But the competition for that growth is fierce as AT&T and Verizon strive to expand their networks while Comcast works check it out to defend its territory. At the same time, companies like Google and local businesses are trying to attract customers with higher speeds. But the pay-TV providers have an advantage over the Internet-only providers -- at least, for now. They can offer things like HBO and Showtime, which are unavailable to noncable subscribers.
Full story here: Cable Companies Aren't Selling Cable Anymore - NASDAQ.com







Keep children safe in holiday kitchen - News - Fort Leavenworth - Fort Leavenworth, KS - Fort Leavenworth, KS




Unattended food on the stove is the number one cause of home fires. Never hold a child while cooking or carrying hot items. Cook on back burners whenever possible, and turn all handles toward the back of the stove. Wear close-fitting clothing in the kitchen. Keep hot foods and liquids away from the edges of counters and tables. Be especially careful around tablecloths children can pull hot dishes down onto themselves. Tie up the electrical cords of small appliances. A toddler playing with a dangling cord can pull a toaster or microwave down from a countertop. In addition to hot surfaces, hot liquids and sharp objects, the other major hazard in the kitchen is poison. Store potential hazards, such as cleaning products and alcohol (including many baking extracts), in locked cabinets out of reach.
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Busting the Cord Cutting Myth - NASDAQ.com




According to Pew Research the percentage of adults aged 18 to 31 living with their parents increased from 32% in 2007 to 36% in 2012. The same study found a one percentage point increase in the amount of people in the age group living in a home with roommates.A survey from Zillow , found that the percentage of households with at least two working-age (23-65) unmarried adults increased from 25.4% in 2000 to 32% in 2012.As more people go to college, live with their parents longer, and choose to live with roommates, more people are watching cable with fewer subscriptions. Cable viewers may very well be at an all-time high. Even if there are cutting the cord fewer subscribers. The question investors have to ask, then, is whether this trend is a permanent change, or whether these millennials will leave the nest, get married, and pick up a cable bill of their own. My money's on the latter. Your cable company is scared, but you can get rich You know cable's going away. But do you know how to profit?There's $2.2 trillion out there to be had. Currently, cable grabs a big piece of it. That won't last. And when cable falters, three companies are poised to benefit.
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27 Nov 2014 
Aereo Ceo: Court Made Incredibly Wrong Decision, Cord-cutting Is Inevitable | Techcrunch








CK: I think we played an integral role in bringing to the forefront the imbalances of the industry the Archaean business models, the lack of focus on consumer interest. I think we brought that dialogue even more attention. Once a day theres a story in the news about cord cutting. There is evidence that around 10 million households are internet only in the United States. We didnt create the phenomenon, but we rose to fill that opportunity. Its inevitable that well get there. Even now you can see CBS and HBO making moves in this direction, but those are just band aids. Aereo was positioned in the same place that well find the TV industry in the next five to seven years. TC: If you could go back and do anything differently, would you? CK: Hindsight is always 20/20. Id go back and look at all the decisions we made, and very honestly, I think we executed flawlessly.
Source: Aereo CEO: Court Made Incredibly Wrong Decision, Cord-Cutting Is Inevitable | TechCrunch







Henderson Pain Management Clinic, Nevada Pain, Now Accepting Patients with New Board Certified Pain Doctor




Neville Campbell has joined Nevada Pain, and is now seeing patients in both the Henderson and Las Vegas locations! Henderson, Nevada (PRWEB) November 24, 2014 The top pain management clinic in Henderson - Nevada Pain - is now accepting patients with a new Board Certified pain doctor. Dr. Neville Campbell offers both medication management and interventional procedures as a compassionate, highly skilled Nevada Pain specialist. Call (702) 323-0553 for more information and scheduling. Dr. Campbell completed his anesthesiology training at the renowned Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and maintains substantial expertise in all types of cutting cutting the cord edge procedures. This includes several types of epidural injections, radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulator implants and all types of joint injections.
Source: http://www.prweb.com/releases/hendersonpainmanagement/Nevada-Pain-Specialists/prweb12349330.htm







New Pain Management Center Opens in Cumberland, Md. -- CUMBERLAND, Md., Nov. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --




26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Over 100 million adults suffer from chronic pain and about half of those suffer from this pain daily. Chronic and acute pain dramatically impacts quality of life. The specialty of pain management is born to fulfill the need for non-surgical, interventional solutions and medication management to treat all types of pain. On October 28th, a new pain management center opened its doors to the Cumberland, Maryland community. This new facility boasts cutting edge technologies and advanced procedures including epidural injections, facet joint injections, discography, kyphoplasty, spinal cord stimulation and other pain relieving treatments. These non-surgical procedures take less than an hour to complete and patients experience significant pain relief within a day or two, but sometimes immediately. Dr. Ali El-Mohandes, the leading provider at this new location, believes in the honest and straightforward approach to patient care. He has gained the admiration and confidence of his patients because of his concern for their well-being and his refined clinical capabilities. His Anesthesiology residency and Pain Medicine fellowship were concluded in Pittsburgh, PA at the Allegheny General Hospital. Dr. El-Mohandes is very grateful for this expansion saying, "I would like to thank the Cumberland and Western Maryland community of patients and physicians for receiving us in such a gracious manner. I will endeavor to continue providing the best comprehensive pain care available as we have been doing in Hagerstown. I am glad that our new Cumberland office location provides easier access and less commuting time for our Western Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania patients. It is an honor to be accepted into your community." This Cumberland location joins the Hagerstown center as the second National Spine and Pain Center serving the Western Maryland community. The office will be accepting new patients on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 am 5 pm.
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26 Nov 2014 
Internet Tv Startup Aereo Files For Chapter 11 Banktuptcy | The Rundown | Pbs Newshour








National Military History Center and Kruse Automotive and Carriage Museum Displays include Dukes of Hazard No. 1 General Lee car, original KITT car and the 1989 Batmobile and Batboat; 5634 County Road 11-A, Auburn; admission for both museums, $10 for adults, $6 for ages 7 to 11, free to children 6 and younger; 260-927-9144. Taxidermy exhibit contains more than 60 animals from North America and Africa collected by Dr. William S. Bricker. National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States Cars and Trucks Like You Used to Own; adjacent to Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum, Auburn; admission; hours, 260-925-9100 or www.natmus.org. Northeastern Indiana Racing Museum Vintage photos, race cars and artifacts from local race tracks and racers; inside the National Military History Center and Kruse Automotive Museum, Auburn; open daily; admission price, 260-316-0966 or ksplace1@frontier.com. Science Central Marvelous Molecules: The Secret of Life traveling exhibit, ends Jan. 4; Science On a Sphere, animated global display system developed by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Nano, small-scale science, permanent exhibit; 1950 N.
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St. Tammany deputy makes life-saving delivery | Northshore - WDSU Home




Photo Illustration by Andrew Burton/Getty Images Following an unfavorable U.S. Supreme Court ruling that sided with TV networks, startup Internet company Aereo said Friday it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The U.S. Supreme Court decision effectively changed the laws that had governed Aereos technology, creating regulatory and legal uncertainty, CEO Chet Kanojia said in a statement on the companys homepage. And while our team has focused its energies on exploring every path forward available to us, without that clarity, the challenges have proven too difficult to overcome. RELATED LINKS What happens to traditional TV when technology creates new ways to watch? Nearly five months ago, the justices ruled that the online streaming service, which enabled users to watch live broadcast television programming through portable devices, such as tablets, laptops and smartphones, violated copyright law. The ruling required Aereo to pay licensing fees for transmitting programming from broadcast networks, including ABC, NBC and Fox. Kanojia had told Bloomberg that Aereo didnt have a contingency plan should the Supreme Court side with broadcasters. The bankruptcy,Kanojia said recently, would allow the company to maximize the value of its business without the extensive cost and distraction of defending drawn-out litigation in several courts. When it launched in 2012, Aereo offered an alternative for cord cutters who didnt own a TV or pay for cable: Aereo represented a future where we can divorce ourselves from the cable TV model that forces us to pay for a bunch of stuff we dont want to watch, Business Insider said . Instead, the long-term promise of Aereo was a system where TV networks could unbundle themselves from cable and let you subscribe to what you want individually. Although Aereo is no longer a threat to the traditional broadcast model, a tide has turned in the entertainment world. In October, HBOand CBS announced similar cord-cutting options that would make previously subscription-only content available on stand-alone online streaming services in 2015.
Full story here: Internet TV startup Aereo files for Chapter 11 banktuptcy | The Rundown | PBS NewsHour







Review: The Drobo Mini is all about ease of use | PCWorld




The way it manages your data behind the scenes makes it incredibly easy to use, but does end up cutting into performance. Writing to the drive, I saw speeds up to 242MB/s when dealing with large files, and up to 171MB/s when dealing with a collection of files and folders. Reading from the drive, I saw speeds up to 346MB/s when dealing with large files, and up to 236MB/s when dealing with a collection of files and folders. Remember, thats with four 480GB SATA III SSDs. I also tested the drive with four 1TB 7200-rpm 2.5-inch drives, which gave me 2.67TB of usable space. Writing to the drive topped at 197MB/s with a single file, and 90MB/s writing a group of files and folders. Reading a single large file maxed at 316MB/s, but reading a group of files and folders was a lot slower, topping out at 66MB/s. To help put this in perspective, I took one of the drives out of the Drobo Mini, put it in a Seagate Thunderbolt Adapter , and ran the same tests on the drive by itself. Alone, the SanDisk X300s posted write speeds of 343MB/s and read speeds of 384MB/s in our in-house tests. This isnt comparing apples to apples, since theres no data protection on the single drive. Looking at those numbers it almost seems ridiculous to use SSDs in a Drobo Mini. Youre simply spending more money than you get back in terms of speed. If youre looking to invest in a Drobo Mini, stick with rotational drives unless money isnt a factor to youor you just happen to have a bunch of 2.5-inch SSDs lying around usused for some reason.
Full story here: Review: The Drobo Mini is all about ease of use | PCWorld








Plaisance, Jr. DFC Donald Plaisance with Sheriff Strain after receiving our Life Saving Award in 2012. During that incident (on Christmas morning, 2011) DFC Plaisance performed CPR on a man who had no vital signs and resuscitated him. St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office A St. Tammany Parish sheriff's deputy took quick action over the weekend to help save not one, but two lives. Related District attorney dropping citation... Deputy First Class Donald A. Plaisance, Jr. and Deputy Bryce Morse -- a new recruit -- were on patrol when they were dispatched to Slemmer Road in Covington. The deputies arrived at the home on Saturday to find a woman -- already in a vehicle -- well into labor. cord cutters The head of the child was already in plain view, officials said on Monday. With the help of a second woman, who served as a translator, Plaisance learned the mother had not been receiving prenatal care. He soon discovered, as well, that the umbilical cord had become wrapped around the baby's neck.
Source: http://www.wdsu.com/news/local-news/northshore/st-tammany-deputt-makes-lifesaving-delivery/29905768



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