Christine Lesh didn’t always want to be a teacher. “I was going to be a sportscaster, I was going to be lawyer, I was going to be a nurse and then in high school I decided I wanted to be an athletic trainer,” Lesh said. The Winters Mill High School teacher said it wasn’t until her junior year of college when she realized she wanted to take more science classes than needed for her athletic trainer degree and wound up with a degree in biology as well. “I had two excellent teachers,” Lesh said, referring to one in college and […] Read More →
At first glance, the site of the upcoming Grandview Public Market did not inspire much confidence in New York restaurateur David Massoni some months ago. It was a solitary, rugged corner of the warehouse zone that stretches southwest of downtown West Palm Beach. Massoni, a partner of celebrity chef Dale Talde, had Uber-ed in from Miami to meet the food hall developer Chris Vila. But when the driver dropped him off, Massoni wondered if he had arrived at the right place. Fast-forward to this week: There’s no doubt among Massoni and his Three Kings Restaurant Group partners that this is not only […] Read More →
Trapp Technology Recognized for Fourth Consecutive Year on Inc. 500|5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in U.S.
The pride I feel when learning of our Inc. 5000 ranking never gets old. Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) August 17, 2017 Phoenix-based Trapp Technology, a provider of IT, Internet, Voice, and cloud hosting solutions, is proud to announce its fourth consecutive appearance on Inc. Magazine’s prestigious list of fastest growing private companies in America in 2017. Based on a three-years sales growth of 557%, Trapp Technology ranks #812 overall, and #16 in the state of Arizona. Trapp Technology debuted on the Inc. 500|5000 list at #294 in 2014. “The pride I feel when learning of our Inc. 5000 ranking never […] Read More →
Two Russian cosmonauts floated outside the International Space Station Thursday, tossed five small science and technology satellites overboard and spent the rest of the excursion servicing external experiments and carrying out routine but time-consuming inspections and maintenance. The work took longer than expected and Russian flight controllers extended the spacewalk beyond the planned six-hour mark to give the cosmonauts time to finish as many of their tasks as possible before calling it a day. Finally, at 6:10 p.m. EDT (GMT-4), Expedition 52 commander Fyodor Yurchikhin and flight engineer Sergey Ryazanskiy, back inside the Pirs airlock compartment, closed the hatch to […] Read More →
With MLB games running slightly longer this season than in past seasons, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred will discuss potential rule changes with the player’s union in an attempt to speed up the game. These discussions aren’t new, and there are already of rules — mostly unenforced — designed to keep games moving along. Now, we’re not talking about the game dragging out forever: the average length of a game this season is three hours, five minutes, up five minutes from 2016. Last year, Manfred proposed a series of changes that were designed to speed up the game, such as limiting […] Read More →