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Jean Leon dinner at Savoy celebrates era of La Scala

first_imgWhatsApp Jean Leon – a man, a time, a wineAndrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] of La Scala, probably the most famous Italian restaurant on American shores that played host to the rich and famous of the silver screen and more, were on show in Limerick this week as part of an homage to a wine maker that was more than the sum of his parts.Regarded as one of best wine makers and winery to hail from the Catalan and Penedes region, the Jean Leon range of wines have emerged as a flagship to hard work dedication and the pursuit of goals in realising dreams.At the eight attempt of trying, a young Jean Leon stowed away on a ship bound for the Americas in a time when the land of the free was indeed home to the brave.Jean Leon worked hard in service industries before making a break with Frank Sinatra and his inner circle.From there, Jean Leon was to open La Scala – Hollywood’s dining home to the stars.But it was his Spanish roots and love of wine that eventually lured the restauranteur home to the Catalan region where he would, grow, develop and harvest at winery that has now become second to none.And for a one night only, that wine making passion was shared at the Savoy Hotel during the Jean Leon wine dinner.A throw back to the 50s classics of La Scala saw excellent recreations of a Elizabeth Taylor inspired zabaglione allowed to sit alongside a cabernet sauvignon from the Jean Leon range befitting of the era; a Sophie Lauren minestrone espresso shielded by a merlot of similar class or the gran reserva that herald the arrival of the cheese course to name but a few – food and wine pairing at its best adorning the setting.Jean Leon wines are distributed thorough Findlater and available at the Savoy Hotel and select wine merchants. Linkedin Twitter Advertisement Facebookcenter_img NewsJean Leon dinner at Savoy celebrates era of La ScalaBy Staff Reporter – February 27, 2015 1049 Email Previous articleDistinguished Limerick women to be posthumously honouredNext articleAspiring jockey loses case over hand impaled on fence Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Printlast_img read more

St. John’s Medical Group Enhances Its Outpatient Medical Service Offerings by Opening State-of-the-Art Health Center in Rockaway Park

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York St. John’s Medical Group is enhancing its outpatient medical service offerings by opening its new medical practice at 105-38 Rockaway Beach Blvd. in Rockaway Park. Patients and community members will have access to high-quality medical care in a modern setting equipped with state-of-the-art technology.The new medical practice will open in three phases: Services available in phase 1 as of Dec. 3 are adult and pediatric dermatology, adult endocrinology, behavioral health, and primary care. Breast surgery will be available in January 2021.Phase 2 services to be added in spring 2021 are cardiology, general surgery, neurology, additional primary care, and vascular surgery. The Margaret O. Carpenter Women’s Health Center will open in fall 2021 as a part of phase 3 and feature 3D mammography, behavioral health, breast surgery, gynecology/oncology, imaging, maternal fetal medicine, nutrition, OB-GYN, and urogynecology.Joining the medical practice this December are primary care clinicians Dr. Vladislav Chernyshenko, Dr. Yating Lee, and Nurse Practitioner Victoria Backus; pediatric and adult dermatologist Dr. Louis Siegel; adult endocrinologist Dr. Sophia Galustian; and Social Worker Jamie Svenson. Breast surgeon Dr. Sharon Koehler joins the practice in January. Additional clinicians will join the practice in Spring and Fall of 2021.“We recognize that access to medical services is a prime concern for the communities we serve and that is why we are opening new offices and providing various services outside of the hospital,” said Rosemary Bonilla, MBA, CMPE, Vice President of Physician Practices and Ambulatory Care. “Our patients deserve excellent medical care close to home.”The new Rockaway Park office will open on Dec. 3.To schedule an appointment for primary care, dermatology, endocrinology, and behavioral health services, call 718-318-3434.Sign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.,Sign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.last_img read more

Algeria’s Mahrez tipped for top Africa award

first_imgThis year’s winner will be picked by CAF member associations’ national team coaches, a panel of journalists and television consultants.Aubameyang and Mane stand between Mahrez and a clean sweep of wins.For the 2015 awards, Gabon skipper Aubameyang was a surprise choice ahead of Yaya Toure of the Ivory Coast and Manchester City.Aubameyang’s goals at Dortmund handed him the African crown and this past year he remained prolific in front of goal, netting 25 goals in 31 appearances in the Bundesliga.The mercurial Mane became the most expensive African player when he moved to Liverpool for a transfer fee of £34 million last year.The 24-year-old winger has since justified his high price tag, scoring nine goals in 19 matches for Liverpool this season.African champions Mamelodi Sundowns have two players –- Khama Billiat of Zimbabwe and Denis Onyango from Uganda –- in the running for the best African-based player.Zambia skipper Rainford Kalaba is the other contender for this award after his exploits with TP Mazembe in last year’s CAF Confederation Cup.English Premier League-based Nigeria youngsters Kelechi Iheanacho (Manchester City) and Alex Iwobi (Arsenal) are top contenders in the various younger players categories , while the country’s team who won Olympic bronze are gunning for Team of the Year. Abuja, Nigeria | AFP | Algeria forward Riyad Mahrez is favourite to be crowned African Footballer of the Year for 2016 on the back of his contribution to Leicester City’s shock English Premier League title win.The Confederation of African Football (CAF) title would make it a hat-trick of wins for the 25-year-old, who has already been named PFA players’ player of the year and BBC African player of the year.The CAF award ceremony — Africa’s most prestigious and now in its 25th year — takes place in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, on Thursday.Mahrez was a key figure for Leicester last season, which saw the English East Midlands club defy 5000-1 odds and predictions of relegation to clinch a fairytale title victory.He played in all but one of the Foxes’ games in 2015-16 and scored 17 goals.The slightly-built, right-sided forwarded also had humble beginnings, starting out with hometown club AAS Sarcelles in 2004.Also in the running for the CAF title are reigning footballer of the year, Borussia Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Gabon, and the Liverpool and Senegal star Sadio Mane.Should Mahrez win, he will end a 19-year absence on the podium for a player from north Africa since Morocco’s Mustapha Hadji in 1998.Other Algerians to have won are Rabah Madjer in 1987 and Lakhdar Belloumi in 1981.Elsewhere in the Maghreb, the title has gone to Morocco’s Badou Zaki (1986) and Mohamed Timoumi (1985); Mahmoud Al Khatib (Egypt, 1983), Tarek Dhiab (Tunisia, 1977); and Ahmed Faras (Morocco, 1975) when the awards were organised by France Football magazine. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Arrests made in shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery after uproar

first_imgThe GBI arrested Gregory McMichael, 64, and Travis McMichael, 34, after they fatally shot Ahmaud Arbery on a residential Georgia street while he was going for a jog back on February 23.After months of no arrests, a cellphone video of the killing was posted online by a Brunswick radio station. This called for a national outcry.The two men will be booked into the Glynn County Jail, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.The GBI opened an investigation this week after the video was posted online.  Many people believed the killing was a hate crime. The video showed two white men, a father and a son, who pursued a black male in their pickup truck while he was on a jog. The two men told police they believed Arbery was a burglar.last_img