Funny and vulgar, 'Great American Trailer Park Christmas' sets stage for laughs

Funny and vulgar, 'Great American Trailer Park Christmas' sets stage for laughs
With “The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical,” Stray Dog Theatre returns to the scene of one of its biggest hits: Florida's Armadillo Acres Trailer Park. This show, the sequel to “The Great American Trailer Park Musical,” offers the same …
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East Bay's Park It: Fremont's Ardenwood offers views of Christmas past
RegeRec.com. And don't forget Christmas at Ardenwood. The park-wide celebration with lots of music and activities is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The fee for that is $ 6 for adults, $ 5 for seniors, $ 4 for children and free for ages 3 and …
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Person walking through Prince George's park finds body
The body of the victim – identified as 17-year-old Israel Salvador Alas of Clinton – was found about 1 p.m. Wednesday in Tanglewood Park next to a baseball field. "Kids play over there in the park, and for something like this to happen – it's just …
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Ohio national park plan calls for 4-year deer cull
AKRON, Ohio – Sharpshooters would kill as many as 350 deer annually for four years under a plan to reduce herd size in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, it was announced this week. The goal of the plan unveiled Thursday is reaching sustainable …
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One World Trade Center From Captree & Robert Moses State Parks (9-23-13)

PLEASE LIKE “GFJ Video Productions & Photography” on Facebook For More Updates, Pictures, & Projects That I Am Working On! Sept 23, 2013… “One World Trade …

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'Homeland': Now's the Time to Come Clean

'Homeland': Now's the Time to Come Clean
Now that she can attach a name and an incredibly smug face (Mark Moses is a great character actor; it just so happens he excels at playing smug dudes) to the person responsible for slipping her a dose of pharmaceutical grade LSD, Carrie's on the …
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Massena's Moses State Park among facilities open for camping through Oct. 12
MASSENA — Many of the state's camping facilities, including Robert Moses State Park, on the St. Lawrence River near Massena, are open for fall camping through Columbus Day weekend and beyond. The end of campoing at Moses Park is Oct. 12, according …
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12-year-old carrying BB gun shot, killed by police
In audio tapes released Sunday by the police, a man at a park next to the rec center called 911 and said there was a "guy with a gun pointing it at people," saying twice that the pistol was "probably fake" and the person was "probably a juvenile …
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State Parks and Recreation Commission drops into Astoria

State Parks and Recreation Commission drops into Astoria
The Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission holds its final meeting of the year Nov. 18 and 19 in Astoria. It address a proposed beach smoking rule and other topics. Starting at 8 a.m. Nov. 18, commissioners tour area state parks and the Columbia …
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Long Island man found dead in FDR Park ID'd
New York State Park Police Capt. Michael Cappuccilli said the search began after a Toyota Corolla was found left in the park Wednesday afternoon. About 7 a.m. Thursday, investigators traced the car owner's cellphone and received a signal from within …
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Jurassic World – Trailer Premiere Thursday November 27 (HD)

Jurassic World - Trailer Premiere Thursday November 27 (HD)

Jurassic World – Official Trailer Premiere Thursday November 27 The Park Is Open June 12 http://www.jurassicworld.com/ Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installme.

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PointOne Holdings Acquires International Park and Blue Lake Center for $51 Million


HOLLYWOOD, Florida (PRWEB) November 21, 2014

PointOne Holdings, a real estate investment group with offices in Hollywood, Florida, and Atlanta, Georgia, in partnership with ESJ Capital Partners, today acquired International Park and Blue Lake Center in Birmingham, Alabama, for $ 51 million or $ 135 per square foot.

The three buildings encompass 377,921 square feet of high-quality Class A office space in one of Birminghams most sought after submarkets, the 280/459 corridor.

With a blended occupancy of 90 percent, Blue Lake Center and International Park enjoy superior access along Interstate 459, which connects Birminghams business district with its thriving and afuent suburban areas. Furthermore, the properties are located less than one mile from the long-awaited $ 300-million Trinity Medical Center well as The Summit Mall and The Shoppes of Colonnade, two premier retail destinations in Birmingham.

We are extremely excited to be entering the Birmingham market with such high-quality properties as our initial acquisition said David Garfinkle, a PointOne Holdings managing member. We are satisfied with the purchase price and see significant opportunity for additional growth via future new leases, leasing expansions and lease term extensions.

International Park and Blue Lake are leased to a diverse roster of national and local firms including Tyco, Prudential, Hoffman Media, Command Alkon, BE&K, Martin Marietta Materials, Principal Financial, RxBenefits, EBSCO, BASS, McKesson Corporation, Home Mortgage of America and IBM.

The office portfolio will be managed and leased by CBREs Birmingham office, which is also one of its current tenants. We are thrilled to leverage our expertise to continue leasing and managing these quality assets, while building a long term relationship with PointOne Holdings, said David Fullington, CBRE Senior Vice President.

PointOne Holdings obtained a non-recourse, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) loan at a fixed rate with a 10-year term from Starwood Mortgage Capital to complete the acquisition and was advised by Charles Foschini and Jason Hochman of CBRE Capital Markets.

The Blue Lake Center and International Park properties provided us with an attractive opportunity to acquire best-in-class, stabilized and cash-flowing assets in a desirable market with strong fundamentals” said Ben Colonomos, a PointOne Holdings managing member. We expect these well-positioned buildings will benefit from the continuing commercial and residential growth occurring along Birminghams 280/459 corridor.

About PointOne Holdings

PointOne Holdings is an investment and operating platform composed of highly skilled real estate professionals and entrepreneurs with a unique ability to originate, structure, underwrite, close, asset manage and reposition under-performing and value-add multifamily residential and commercial real estate. With offices in Atlanta and South Florida, the firm has the resources, experience and strategic relationships required to access, acquire and operate a broad range of investment opportunities throughout the southeastern United States.

The principals of PointOne Holdings have collectively owned and operated more than 9,000 multifamily apartment units and more than two million square feet of commercial property. PointOne Holdings currently owns and manages a diversified portfolio of residential, commercial and hospitality assets with a value of more than $ 200 million.







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Edgar Wright – The World’s End


Edgar Wright – The World’s End

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Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Foundation Funds NCPD Police Youth Academy for Police Athletic League Special Needs Program

Garden City, New York (PRWEB) November 15, 2014

The Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Foundation is funding a NCPD Police Youth Academy for 29 special needs students from the Police Athletic League program Saturday, November 15 at the NCPD Police Academy in Massapequa Park.

The Police Youth Academy, which was started in 2007, brings students from Nassau County School Districts to the Police Academy for a one-day modified academy. The Police Youth Academy exposes students to everyday police work and aims to establish a positive relationship between the Police Department and young adults.

Thanks to the support of the Nassau County Police Department Foundation, we will host an exciting day for special needs students involved in the Police Athletic League, said Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano. This program is important step in building a trust between children and the police.

The Police Youth Academy which runs from 9am 5pm consists of obstacle courses exercises demonstrating defensive tactics, police demonstrations and presentations by various department units including aviation, K9 and mounted.

The Police Youth Academy program is extremely important for children in our community, said Eric Blumencranz, Chairman of the NCPD Foundation. We are happy to partner with the Police Athletic League to support their special needs program and provide a great day for these children.

Each Police Youth Academy costs approximately $ 5,000 and through a grant from the NCPD Foundation last year of $ 20,000 this special police youth academy in conjunction with the Police Athletic League was able to occur.







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SRS Real Estate Partners’ October Transactions


DALLAS (PRWEB) November 11, 2014

SRS Real Estate Partners (SRS) announces highlights of October transactions and new assignments.

Birmingham:

The SRS Real Estate Partners Birmingham office has announced several transactions.

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Federal Appeals Court Sides with Out-of-Network Providers and Patients – ERISAclaim.com Demystifies

Hanover Park, IL (PRWEB) November 06, 2014

On Nov. 5, 2014, federal Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in California ruled for the plaintiff out-of-network providers ERISA right to sue United Healthcare on behalf of patients for out-of-network deductible waiver claim denials, because Defendants point out that Spinedex has not sought payment from its patients for claims, or portions thereof, that United and the Plans have refused to pay. ERISAclaim.com demystifies this court decision for all out-of-network patients and providers, with increasing number of the out-of-network deductible waiver claim denials.

On November 6, 2014, ERISAclaim.com announced new ERISA out-of-network claims specialist special training programs in accordance with this federal appellate court decision: It also included a statement in which patients acknowledged that they were liable for all costs of the services rendered.But the patients injury in fact after the assignment is irrelevant. As assignee, Spinedex took from its assignors what they had at the time of the assignment. At the time of the assignment, Plan beneficiaries had the legal right to seek payment directly from the Plans for charges by non-network health care providers. according to court document.

Case Info: Spinedex Physical Therapy USA, et al v. United Healthcare of Arizona, et al, Case No. 12-17604, in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, filed on Nov. 5, 2014.

Regardless of upfront deductible or co-pay collection after the assignment, an out-of-network provider has ERISA right to sue for payment from an ERISA health plan, if with a valid patient ERISA assignment and patient legal obligation to pay the provider, says Dr. Jin Zhou, president of ERISAclaim.com, a national expert on ERISA appeals and compliance. Deductible waiver denial has been the No. 1 out-of-network claim denial, with [an] increasing number of out-of-network patient bankruptcies as a result of the national epidemic disastrous three-invoice patient collections.

This historical out-of-network case is a classic example of the most popular out-of-network claim denials today in America: the health plan will usually deny all out-of-network claims for alleged out-of-network deductible and coinsurance waivers by a provider, and allegedly the patient has not suffered injury in fact, then the health plan is not liable for any payment to the provider, explains Dr. Zhou.

In Spinedex, United Healthcare denied all out-of-network claims:

Defendants argue that because Spinedex has not sought payment from its assigning patients for any shortfall, those patients do not have the injury in fact necessary for Article III standing. Defendants argue that since Spinedex stands in the shoes of, and can have no greater injury than, its assignors, Spinedex has not suffered injury in fact, according to court documents.

The court rejected the Defendant United argument, and explained that an out-of-network provider has ERISA rights for payment and to sue, whether a provider balance bills a patient, after the assignment when seeking payment from the health plan, is irrelevant. The court explained why:

We are aware of no circuit court that has accepted [the] defendants argument. The flaw in [the] Defendants argument is that they would treat as determinative Spinedexs patients injury in fact as it existed after they assigned their rights to Spinedex. We agree with [the] Defendants that Spinedex has not sought to recover from its patients any shortfall in Spinedexs recovery from the Plans, and that the patients have not suffered injury in fact after assigning their claims. But the patients injury in fact after the assignment is irrelevant. As assignee, Spinedex took from its assignors what they had at the time of the assignment. At the time of the assignment, Plan beneficiaries had the legal right to seek payment directly from the Plans for charges by non-network health care providers. If the beneficiaries had sought payment directly from their Plans for treatment provided by Spinedex, and if payment had been refused, they would have had an unquestioned right to bring suit for benefits, according to court documents.

While Defendant United Healthcare prevailed in certain other claims, the Ninth Circuit concluded:

We hold that Spinedex had Article III standing to bring benefit claims against Defendants as assignee of its patients. Its injury in fact is the same injury its assignees had at the time of the assignment. according to court document.

The best explanation, for out-of-network ERISA patient protections, is from DOL Obama administrations Amicus Brief and oral arguments in this case:

Thousands of healthcare claims are made in this country every day, and some are litigated, and yet no circuit court has ruled that providers must first bill their patients before they may enforce legitimately assigned benefits claims. . Limiting physicians first recourse to their patients will have chilling effects both on providers and plan participants. Participants may forgo or delay vital healthcare because they cannot finance or they cannot pay for their care, and providers may limit their care to those participants whose health plans have previously paid properly assigned healthcare claims or participants who are able to first to pay for the care, or the provider can recognize as creditworthy. according to court audio records.

DOL oral argument recording: http://cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/media/2014/04/07/12-17604.wma

To find out more about PPACA Claims and Appeals Compliance Services from ERISAclaim.com:

http://www.erisaclaim.com/products.htm

Located in a Chicago suburb in Illinois, for over 14 years, ERISAclaim.com is the only ERISA & PPACA consulting, publishing and website resource for healthcare providers in the country. ERISAclaim.com offers free webinars, basic and advanced educational seminars and on-site claims specialist certification programs for doctors, hospitals and commercial companies, as well as numerous pending national ERISA class action litigation support. Dr. Jin Zhou is regarded as the industry Godfather of ERISA claims for healthcare providers.

For any questions, please contact Dr. Jin Zhou, president of ERISAclaim.com, at 630-808-7237.







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