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2013 Photographs: Courtesy of Vertice Arquitectos Constructor:CLV Construcciones SACStructure:Ing. Marco RiscoSanitary :Díaz Luy ingenieros consultores E.I.R.L.Electrical Installations:Díaz Luy ingenieros consultores E.I.R.L.Architects In Charge:Hernani Canessa Lohmann, Sandro Moro Miranda, Luis Miguel Becerra de la FuenteCity:Punta HermosaCountry:PeruMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of Vértice ArquitectosRecommended ProductsWindowsAccoyaAccoya® Windows and DoorsDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Sliding Door – Rabel 62 Slim Super ThermalWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoText description provided by the architects. As the title suggests, following the client´s requirements, we designed a permanent house which is to be lived in all year round. For this reason, when it came to design, we paid attention not only to the interior spaces´ thermal insulation for extreme climate, but also took care that the private spaces maintain privacy and peacefulness. We looked for warm spaces, well illuminated and protected from the wind and/or the sea breeze during the winter season but without losing track of the idea of spacious social spaces, open, airy and with a direct spatial relation between the interior and the exterior. Save this picture!Courtesy of Vértice ArquitectosAs for the line of sight (beach regulations), you may notice how the roofed area per floor is inversely proportional to the level in which it is located. This means that the higher it is (better sights) the less area there is roofed.Save this picture!Longitudinal Section“The house is thought of as an exposed concrete block, with certain cuts and drillings, which appears step by step, in the form of railway platforms in the ground’s topography, integrating itself into the landscape.”Save this picture!Courtesy of Vértice ArquitectosThermal insulation and control of sunlight exposure is taken into account in the diverse levels and spaces in the interior, by the means of architectonic resources such as lattice, eaves, green roofs, suspended floors and ceilings, flower planters and the swimming pool itself, making use of.Save this picture!Courtesy of Vértice ArquitectosThe house is developed in four floors in order to include the entire program (roofed area 340.00 m2) in the reduced land area (semi-basement + 3 stories), all of them related with each other through the staircase, which generates sights and diverse sensations along their passage as well as the different levels, and connecting the superior pier, the access pier with the intermediate pier, the exit and or access to the beach.It is for this reason that the access through the superior pier is located on the third floor where we find the stairs to the second floor and to the parking.Save this picture!Courtesy of Vértice ArquitectosThe entrance hall, which gives access from the outside to the inside, is located in the second floor which has privileged sights but a reduced roofed area, along with the stairs which lead to the first floor and the main bedroom. This has a spacious bathroom and a walk in closet, as well as a garden at a different level (living´s room roof thermal insulation) in the form of a terrace which enables us to have best sights of the coasts.Save this picture!First Floor PlanIn the first floor, at 1.5 m above the intermediate pier, with a very good sight and needing a greater roofed area, we can find the house´s social spaces: the living, the dining room, kitchen, bar, terrace with access to the intermediate pier, swimming pool, BBQ area; all of them with views to the sea. This level also has a toilet with views and stairs to the semi-basement.Save this picture!Courtesy of Vértice ArquitectosFinally the semi-basement level, located at 1.40 m, with the largest roofed area per level, is where the house´s private area is located. This is articulated trough a big and confortable living room with zenithal lighting from the terrace. A round the living we find three bedrooms, each with its bathroom, a room for surfboards and a living room which gives access to the beach and in the rear the whole service area. A great interior courtyard is generated in order to solve this level´s illumination and air circulation. The house is set back 3 m from the intermediate pier and a pair of secondary interior pipelines in order to achieve best illumination and ventilation possible at the most critic level.Project gallerySee allShow lessVideo: Tamedia New Office Building / Shigeru Ban ArchitectsVideosThe Role of the Architectural Discourse in the ‘New Media Age’Architecture News Share Houses 2013 Vivienda H-22 / Vértice Arquitectos Year: “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/513758/vivienda-h-22-vertice-arquitectos Clipboard Vivienda H-22 / Vértice ArquitectosSave this projectSaveVivienda H-22 / Vértice Arquitectos CopyHouses•Punta Hermosa, Peru Year: “COPY” Projects Peru Area: 337 m² Area: 337 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/513758/vivienda-h-22-vertice-arquitectos Clipboard Photographs Architects: Vertice Arquitectos Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily Save this picture!Courtesy of Vértice Arquitectos+ 12 Share CopyAbout this officeVertice ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPunta HermosaHousesPeruPublished on June 10, 2014Cite: “Vivienda H-22 / Vértice Arquitectos” 10 Jun 2014. 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ArchDaily Projects Apartments Germany Year: CopyApartments, Sustainability, Residential•München, Germany “COPY” Manufacturers: AGROB BUCHTAL, Hoppe, batimet, Best Of Steel “COPY” Zaharias Landschaftsarchitekten Architects: Pool Leber Architekten Area Area of this architecture project Photographs: Brigida González Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Wohnen ohne Auto / Pool Leber ArchitektenSave this projectSaveWohnen ohne Auto / Pool Leber Architekten Area: 1862 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs Landscape Architects: Save this picture!© Brigida González+ 22Curated by María Francisca González Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/909350/wohnen-ohne-auto-pool-leber-architekten Clipboard Wohnen ohne Auto / Pool Leber Architekten ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/909350/wohnen-ohne-auto-pool-leber-architekten Clipboard 2017 CopyAbout this officePool Leber ArchitektenOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsSustainabilityBuildingsResidentialMünchenGermanyPublished on January 15, 2019Cite: “Wohnen ohne Auto / Pool Leber Architekten” 15 Jan 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Yu Yamada /SNARK Inc.＋ Shin Yokoo /OUVI Lead Architects: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/941100/house-in-shibukawa-snark-plus-ouvi Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/941100/house-in-shibukawa-snark-plus-ouvi Clipboard Architects: Ouvi, SNARK Area Area of this architecture project Photographs: Ippei Shinzawa Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Mixed Use Architecture Structural Engineering: Year: OUVI, Shin Yokoo, Kakeru Tsuruta “COPY” Shibusawa Techno Construction Manufacturers: Nagoya Mosaic, Asahi Trading, LIXIL , Sanwa Company 2018 ArchDaily House in Shibukawa / SNARK + OuviSave this projectSaveHouse in Shibukawa / SNARK + Ouvi Projects “COPY” Photographs City:ShibukawaCountry:JapanMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Ippei ShinzawaRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsRailing / BalustradesC.R. LaurenceGRS TAPER-LOC Glass Railing SystemMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesText description provided by the architects. A vertical void makes relationships – A wooden 2-story house for a family built in the downtown area of Shibukawa City, Gunma Prefecture, Japan, which has also a hair salon that runs by the owner. Parking lots are set to the front road and the opposite side of the house is used as a private garden.Save this picture!© Ippei ShinzawaSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Ippei ShinzawaWhile the hair salon is opening whole other rooms should be silent. This family has 2 children though they might make some noise after school or Sunday afternoon. The vertical void is sandwiched between the hair salon and their activity rooms and the vertical void solves to sound and vibration problem in a wooden structure especially. Of course it is better ventilation and getting sun light, part of circulation.Save this picture!© Ippei ShinzawaExpose/envelope – The wooden structure is built to support a divided 2 volumes. But in the interior, the structure is not thought of as a structural frame which is thought of as a finishing material. This means that the interior is designed by partially exposing or enveloping of the structural frame.Save this picture!© Ippei ShinzawaSave this picture!Section A-ASave this picture!© Ippei ShinzawaThe hair salon and living room are trapezoidal as floor shape. In this case, if the beams are arranged at equidistant, the beam height will increase according to the lengths. Utilizing this, we envelop the beams, which became larger due to the longer span on the second floor to put the equipment inside it. And partially expose the beams to keep the ceiling height of the hair salon. On the other hand, in order to unify the beam height of the roof, the distance between the beams is adjusted. As a result, roof beams created a sense of depth in the living room interesting in perspective view.Save this picture!© Ippei ShinzawaThe idea of “expose/envelop” is also related to design the doors, door handles, benches, counters, etc. By exposing or enveloping partially, the structure frame is weakened as physically, and showing it more materially. Thereby we could handle a structural frame as an element of the interior, such as furniture. We are designing architecture by thinking in terms of “structural frame or interior element”, means not what Structural frame becomes interior element as straightforward.Save this picture!© Ippei ShinzawaProject gallerySee allShow less2I4E House / P+0 Architecture + David Pedroza CastañedaSelected ProjectsForest House / Cacau Ribeiro InterioresSelected Projects Share Yu Yamada, Tomohiro Okada, SNARK Inc. House in Shibukawa / SNARK + Ouvi CopyMixed Use Architecture, Wellbeing, Houses•Shibukawa, Japan Area: 130 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Construction: Japan Architectural Design: Save this picture!© Ippei Shinzawa+ 35Curated by Hana Abdel Share CopyAbout this officeSNARKOfficeFollowOuviOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsMixed Use ArchitectureHealthcare ArchitectureWellbeingResidential ArchitectureHousesShibukawaOn FacebookJapanPublished on June 09, 2020Cite: “House in Shibukawa / SNARK + Ouvi ” 08 Jun 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
14 ways businesses are supporting UK charities: from fundraising to donations of goods & campaign support
We’re so proud to have helped showcase the amazing work of @mencap_charity this year. What an incredible charity and it has been an absolute honour to call them our Charity of the Year in 2020. #LondonMarathon #The40thRacepic.twitter.com/3bu4NRGXGS— Virgin Money London Marathon (@LondonMarathon) October 6, 2020Virgin Money & MencapVirgin Money and Mencap’s Charity of the Year partnership has raised over £440,000 including Gift Aid – a record-breaking amount – exceeding the original target of £300,000 and any previous charity partnerships to date. Over the last 18 months, Virgin Money colleagues’ fundraising efforts have included taking part in challenge events such as The Great North Run, holding bake sales, raffles and auctions. More recently, virtual activities such as step challenges, quizzes and bingo have raised vital funds for the charity. Throughout the partnership, Mencap and Virgin Money have also been raising awareness of learning disability and promoting diversity and inclusion together through a range of activity, and as Virgin Money’s Charity of the Year, Mencap was also the official charity for the 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon. 14 ways businesses are supporting UK charities: from fundraising to donations of goods & campaign support From UltimateVisor’s donation of PPE to The Kaleidoscope Plus Group, to Tesco Pharmacy’s partnership with three charities to boost take up of flu jabs, and Leeds Building Society’s fundraising for Dementia UK, here are some ways businesses across the UK are supporting good causes. Together we will end homelessness.Please share this post to raise awareness, and any donations will be hugely welcomed by Crisis.https://t.co/2Mf825TYoN#endhomelessness #worldhomelessday #crisischarity #homeforall #donate— Vida team (@VidaHomeloans) October 12, 2020Vida & CrisisMortgage lender Vida has announced a three-year partnership with Crisis. Vida is committing to donate at least £150,000 to Crisis, while a circle of charity champions in the business will pioneer the cause and seek to inspire its people, intermediary partners and customers to take action to end homelessness. The partnership will involve employees at all levels, including Vida’s leadership team, who will be taking part in fundraising activities throughout the year. This includes World Homeless Day and the Edinburgh marathon, as well as Crisis at Christmas. About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Call4Fish & RNLIThis month, Call4Fish is supporting the RNLI’s Fish Supper campaign (9-25 October) by encouraging people to use locally sourced fish, host a Fish Supper with friends, and donate to the charity. Call4Fish was set up during the lockdown period in March this year to enable people to buy safely and have fish delivered to their door, while helping UK fishermen and local traders. By getting involved, supporters are helping to promote fish as a sustainable food source, while also ensuring that the RNLI’s volunteer crews can continue to help those in peril at sea. Fish Supper hosts can visit the Call4Fish website where they can search their region for local fish shops and merchants to place their orders. Sainsbury’s Furniture Store & AberNecessitiesSainsbury’s Furniture Store is supporting AberNecessities’s ‘No Child Should Go Without Sweet Dreams’ campaign, which aims to help raise awareness and funds to provide underprivileged children with a good night’s sleep. The charity aims to raise enough funding to provide at least 50 beds for some of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire’s most vulnerable children. To help, Sainsbury’s Furniture Store is providing children’s beds and mattresses at cost price and supplying a free delivery and set-up service for each bed purchased. Lidl Northern Ireland & NSPCC Northern IrelandLidl Northern Ireland has announced the second extension of its charity partnership with NSPCC Northern Ireland. The partnership will continue until 2022 with Lidl Northern Ireland increasing its fundraising commitment to £600,000. Established in 2017, the partnership has already delivered fundraising of more than £400,000 for NSPCC Northern Ireland through a range of activities and initiatives driven by staff members across 39 stores and supported locally by Lidl’s customers. Most recently, to recognise World Mental Health day on Saturday 10th October and the work the NSPCC does for young people across Northern Ireland, Lidl Northern Ireland launched a special seasonal bouquet to promote positive mental health with £1 from every sale going directly to NSPCC Northern Ireland. We love this video by @Mellor76 [email protected] kindly donated visors to every member of #TeamKPG, because it’s important that our staff are protected when visiting people in person, but it’s equally important that those we care for see a friendly face too. ? pic.twitter.com/IaaLfEDdDM— The Kaleidoscope Plus Group (@Kaleidoscope_PG) October 16, 2020 UltimateVisor & The Kaleidoscope Plus GroupUltimateVisor has partnered with national mental health and wellbeing charity, The Kaleidoscope Plus Group, and kitted out the charity’s entire workforce with personal protective equipment. The branded visors, donated by UltimateVisor, will enable the charity’s teams to safely continue their work in the community. The face coverings donated by UltimateVisor are CE certified and trusted by the NHS. We’re excited to announce our partnership with @WaterAidUK to help tackle the global issue of water accessibility and quality. Our aim’s to bring safe drinking water to 8,000 people in India who don’t have access to it. https://t.co/5pJNbRRzvW #waterforlife #safercleanerhealthier pic.twitter.com/zPTC2GCDoS— Halma plc (@Halmaplc) October 15, 2020Halma & WaterAidHalma plc is partnering with WaterAid with a focus on two areas in north east India: Bhagalpur and Buxar, where only 15% and 3% of the population respectively have access to piped water supply in the community, while 1% of people in both districts have piped water in their homes. As part of the partnership, Halma – which has several water companies as part of its global group – will donate a minimum of £200,000 of funds, as well as its own water quality treatment technology, that will ensure 5,000 people gain access to a safe water supply through the installation of water quality treatment systems, 10 villages have community management of operations and maintenance and water quality monitoring – with Halma also training community volunteers to maintain and operate the systems; and 3,000 people have the resources to safely harvest water. We’re working closely with our charity partners Cancer Research UK, British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK to encourage people at risk to get the flu jab, which is more vital than ever at this time.— Tesco News (@tesconews) September 25, 2020Tesco Pharmacy & charitiesTesco Pharmacy, Cancer Research UK, British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK have joined forces to urge people at risk to get the flu jab, with a focus on vulnerable groups that often do not do so. Tesco Pharmacy is aiming to make the vaccination as convenient as the weekly shop, by operating a new online booking system, which makes booking a slot simple and convenient, with opening hours including evenings and weekends. In England a total of 369 Tesco pharmacies will offer the flu jab. We’ve teamed up with @Sported_uk, a charity that helps transform the lives of disadvantaged young people. Every time someone downloads our #SimplyMe app, we will donate £5 to Sported, up to the value of £250,000!Download today: https://t.co/UIVnrY25O9 #AllTogetherHealthier pic.twitter.com/iGGWISMSyP— Simplyhealth (@SimplyhealthUK) October 14, 2020Simplyhealth & SportedSimplyhealth has launched a free health and wellbeing app, SimplyMe, to encourage and motivate consumers to lead healthier lives and look after their mental wellbeing. The app recognises individual’s habits and behaviours to support, nudge and provide personal motivation for each user. For every download of the app, Simplyhealth will donate £5 to help young people facing disadvantage to stay healthy, safe, and active through sport in a new partnership with Sported. No call for help should go unanswered. We’re proud to be part of ITV & STV’s #BritainGetTalking Help our helplines campaign. SAMH Ambassador Sir Chris Hoy explains why we need your help. Learn more and donate now: https://t.co/Cc3bqJimOb pic.twitter.com/WwrCDSZ0mw— SAMH (@SAMHtweets) October 8, 2020STV & SAMHBroadcaster STV, and mental health charity SAMH have joined forces to help increase and improve awareness of mental health and wellbeing in Scotland across a three-year partnership. Through this partnership STV and SAMH will seek to increase awareness and improve mental health and wellbeing across a number of target audiences and platforms by creating strong brand association, and increasing the network of support for mental health initiatives across Scotland. SAMH will provide mental health input and guidance for news and production teams, and support STV’s commitments to positive mental wellbeing for its people, production teams, participants in its shows and audiences. SAMH is also the Scottish charity beneficiary of funds raised via the STV/ITV campaign ‘Britain Get Talking’. Futures & Leeds MindLeeds-based recruitment agency Futures is delighted to announce its charity partnership with Leeds Mind. The year-long relationship between the agency and Leeds Mind sees several events planned in including a “Carry the Burden” event later this month which will see staff members carry an item of their choosing for a full 24 hour period, representing the invisible burden that those suffering with mental health issues experience. All proceeds raised will support the running of Leeds Minds’ Online Peer Support Programme which helps the Leeds community through support groups and skills workshops. We’re thrilled that our charity partner, @LeedsBS, has raised a fantastic £100,000 in the first six months of the partnership for families facing dementia! Read more about the partnership: https://t.co/yBLSFQGPGS #DementiaUK #CharityPartner #LeedsBuildingSociety pic.twitter.com/lDXBmJO72o— Dementia UK (@DementiaUK) October 13, 2020Leeds Building Society & Dementia UKLeeds Building Society celebrated the first six months of its national charity partnership with Dementia UK, with the announcement it has raised over £100,000. Coronavirus meant traditional fundraising plans had to be put on hold and colleagues and members came up with innovative ways to raise money while following social distancing guidelines, often from home. This included online quizzes and a daily sponsored challenge throughout July; with colleagues doing everything from running to hula hooping. In April, the Society kick started its four-year partnership with Dementia UK – which aims to raise £500,000 – with a £25,000 donation. Nisa’s MADLThe total raised for good causes to date via Nisa’s registered charity, Making a Difference Locally, reached the £12m mark last month. Since the charity’s formation in 2008, just over £12.04m has been raised for local communities, with just over £1m raised during the last 12 months alone. Nisa partners have supported local causes with more than 14,500 donations to date, with recipients ranging from foodbanks, hospices and refuges to youth sports teams and community groups, to name a few. OPPO, giffgaff, & Accord Housing AssociationAccord Housing Association is helping to keep its customers connected through a partnership with mobile phone company OPPO, and network provider giffgaff. The new initiative aims to help keep people connected by donating 300 mobile phones and prepaid sim cards to Accord customers. Those benefitting from the scheme include customers who rely on internet access at the currently closed libraries, and people kept apart due to Covid-19 restrictions. 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Left to right: DPRK Counselor Kwon Jong Gun, Brenda Ryan, Steve Millies, Monica Moorehead and WWP First Secretary Larry Holmes.A Workers World Party delegation attended a reception on April 12 hosted by the U.N. Mission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in New York City. The occasion was the 105th anniversary of the birth of the first president of the DPRK, the late Kim Il Sung. The delegation expressed to the DPRK representatives the party’s unwavering solidarity with their country and government and its right to self-defense, especially in light of U.S. imperialism’s growing threats against its sovereignty. U.N. delegations represented at the reception were from Vietnam, Cuba, Laos, Russia and other countries.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Facebook + posts Jacob Hookhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jacob-hook/ Previous articleTrump banking on impeachment to backfire on DemocratsNext articleRyan lifts soccer to 2-0 win over Oklahoma Jacob Hook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Jacob Hook TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Jake Hook is a senior sports broadcasting major and journalism minor from Louisville, Kentucky. He has worked as a journalist and broadcaster for the Pierre Trappers baseball team, and he has worked for over three years in sports radio as a producer and show host. When he is not working, Jake is busy consuming all kinds of sports, spending money he does not have or getting frustrated while trying to learn the guitar. Australians find athletic, academic home at TCU Horned Frogs in the NFL World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution On-campus a cappella group offers performance opportunity and community Jacob Hookhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jacob-hook/ Linkedin Jacob Hookhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jacob-hook/ Facebook Twitter Women’s basketball hungry for NCAA tournament appearance printParent’s weekend brings hungry family members from all over the nation to TCU’s campus. Read below to find some of the best dining experiences the Fort Worth area has to offer. Fort Worth FlavorsCharley’s Old Fashion Hamburgers This hole in the wall has been astaple in Fort Worth citizens’ diets since 1953.Charley’s sign outside of the restaurant. Photo credit: Jake HookThe exterior looks like a vintage burger stand, and the burgers have a fresh, classic taste.“Our burgers are cooked fresh toorder,” said Deborah Bell, owner of Charley’s Old Fashion Hamburgers. “It mighttake a little extra time, but it’s worth the wait.”Some of the most popular burgers are the project x burger, the avocado burger and the mushroom burger.Charley’s recently opened a sweetshack right next door that offers ice cream, popsicles, cake balls, fudgebrownies and more.Fuzzy’sThis restaurant has been a staple in TCU students’ diets since its opening in 2003.Fuzzy’s famous margarita and chips and queso. Photo credit: Jake HookFuzzy’s nowhas over 100 locations nationwide, but the one located right next to TCU’scampus is the original.This taco shop is known for its chipsand queso, shrimp tacos, brisket quesadillas and all-day breakfast tacos.“The environment is relaxing, and the food is great,” said Salvador Flores, the assistant manager of Fuzzy’s. “We make sure everyone comes in hungry and leaves happy.” If the history of this location doesn’tentice you, the mouth-watering food and margaritas surely will. Fine DiningTexas de BrazilTexas de Brazil features one of the biggest salad bars you’ll ever see and a variety of meats from which to choose.A wide of variety of meats, vegetables and desserts available at Texas de Brazil. Photo credit: Jake Hook“We cook our beef in the Brazilian tradition,” said Hannah Thompson, the director of marketing for Texas de Brazil. “We coat the meat with rock salt, leave a little fat and cook it over mesquite wood.”Patrons pay a flat rate for an all-you-can-eat experience. Green means hungry at this Brazilian steakhouse. Flipping the table card from red to green will send out “gauchos” to the table with a wide variety of meat on skewers from which to choose.Aside from the meat and salad, Texasde Brazil also features sushi, garlic bread and cinnamon sugar bananas.Café BellaThis hidden gem is located just a mile away from TCU’s campus and has been a go-to spot for Italian food for almost 20 years.A dining table inside of Cafe Bella featuring their chicken lemonita. Photo credit: Jake HookThe interior and patio of this café give off a friendly feeling and make you believe you’ve taken a trip to Italy.“When you come in, you feel like you’re at home,” said Eli Golemi, the owner of Café Bella. “Everyone will greet you and respect you.”Some of the most delicious dishes are the chicken lemonita and the tortellini Michael Angelo, which features cheese-stuffed tortellini with sautéed onions, Canadian bacon and the restaurant’s special pink sauce.“Every dish that comes out is tastedby me,” Golemi said. “The food has to be to my standard.”Quick Bites Dutch’s “Come try the best burger in Texas,” said Kay Greenlee, the owner of Dutch’s. Dutch’s bacon Swiss mushroom burger with tater tots. Photo credit: Jake HookDutch’s offers award-winning burgers surrounded by its sweet sourdough buns and delicious sides including tater tots and onion rings.“Some of our most popular burgers arethe bacon blue cheeseburger, the original dutch and the vaquero burger, whichfeatures fried onion and jalapeno strings, bacon, shredded cheddar cheese, barbecuesauce and chipotle mayo,” Greenlee said. In July, Dutch’s opened the Locker Room, an expansion of the restaurant that features a full-service bar and more than 10 TVs. The bar features draught beerincluding Guinness, Michelob Ultra, Wild Acres and many more. Zeke’s Fish & ChipsFor nearly the last five decades, Zeke’s has been famous for its fast service and variety of delicious seafood options. Zeke’s Fried cod and shrimp with a side of fries. Photo credit: Jake Hook“Some of the most popular items on our menu are cod, catfish and chicken salad,” said Mark Lidell, the owner of Zeke’s. “We cook everything to order, and we give large portions.”The food comes out fast, but if youneed your seafood to go, Zeke’s also offers a drive thru window. Zeke’s has the feel and flavor of a mom-and-pop seafood place.All of its seafood is cooked to order,and the food’s flavor separates it from the traditional seafood you findelsewhere.Best BreakfastOl’ South Pancake HouseThis family restaurant separates itself from other chain breakfast restaurants with its friendly service and delicious dishes, particularly its German pancakes.Ol ‘ South’s German pancake sampler. Photo credit: Jake HookThe German pancakes are a combination of a pancake and a crepe, and they are topped with butter, powdered sugar and your choice of lemon, apple, blueberry or strawberry topping.“You won’t get the chain restaurant feeling here,” said Amanda Vargas, a manager at Ol’ South. “This is a family restaurant with a lot of history and unbeatable breakfast food.”This southern style restaurant is justtwo miles away from TCU’s campus, and it’s a great late-night spot to eat at sinceit’s open 24/7.Yogi’s Deli and GrillAnything you can crave — this restaurant has got it. Yogi’s is known for its wide variety of food and fast service. Yogi’s Bacon, egg and cheese bagel. Photo credit: Jake HookThis delioffers pancakes, French toast, migas, omelets, breakfast tacos and eightdifferent kinds of eggs benedict. “Our restaurant is family owned, and everything is home cooked and made from scratch,” said Yogi Florsheim, the owner of Yogi’s Deli and Grill.Florsheim said that if you come into his restaurant and mention this article, you’ll get 10% off your meal. New to TownFat Shack’s line of clothing and homemade honey mustard for sale in the restaurant. Photo credit: Jake HookFat Shack “It’s hard to describe this restaurant,” said Ronnie Davis, the owner of Fat Shack. “It’s crazy. Basically, we just take deep fried items and pile them into a sandwich and call it a meal. This crazy new restaurant just opened underneath GrandMarc four months ago.“Business has been better than we could ever imagine,” Davis said.This off-the-wall eatery offers all kinds of different options on its menu including burgers, sandwiches with fried cheese sticks and chicken tenders, deep fried mac and cheese bites and any kind of deep fried dessert you can think of. Davis said the restaurant’s most popular dessert items are the deep fried Oreo’s, deep fried Twinkies and deep fried cheesecake bites.Fat Shack is open until 4:00 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Jacob Hookhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jacob-hook/ ReddIt Linkedin Twitter Welcome TCU Class of 2025
Community News Subscribe Pasadena health officials on Thursday reported the first COVID-19 fatality in nearly a month as nine new infections were detected.The latest casualty died earlier this week, said city spokeswoman Lisa Derderian. She was a woman over 80 years old. The city’s last fatality was reported on Aug. 5.“Many other family members of the decedent also got COVID-19 and we are trying to identify the source of the exposure and to see how this family became so adversely affected,” Derderian said.Pasadena has seen a total of 2,411 novel coronavirus infections and 117 fatalities, according to city data. The city’s overall positivity rate was 9.3 percent. The average number of daily new infections detected over the previous seven days stood at 11.4.Huntington Hospital reported treating 30 COVID-19 patients on Thursday. Nine tests were pending.At the county level, 1,193 new infections and 61 additional deaths were reported Thursday by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.The county had recorded a total of 244,999 COVID-19 cases and 5,932 deaths since the start of the pandemic.The overall positivity rate in the county remained at 10 percent, with more than 2.3 million tests administered, L.A. County public health officials said in a written statement.“There are 1,062 confirmed cases currently hospitalized and 30 percent of these people are confirmed cases in the ICU,” according to the statement.As the county moves closer to reopening, county health officials reminded employers that it is vital and required to immediately report COVID-19 outbreaks in the workplace.Employers or employees can report worksite outbreaks anonymously, as well as health protocol violations by businesses, by contacting the Environmental Health Customer Call Center at (888) 700-9995 on weekdays between 8 a.m.and 5 p.m., officials said.“I want to thank all the workplaces who are following the county protocols for reopening that are in the Health Officer Order, as well as the workplaces that have diligently reported outbreaks and taken the necessary infection control steps to protect their workers,” said L.A. County Director of Public Health Barbara Ferrer.“As Labor Day approaches, let’s all remember why we celebrate this holiday — and to take extra measures to protect the health and safety of all of our workers so we won’t see a repeat of the spike we saw in July after Independence Day,” she said. “Unless we all take actions that continue to minimize the risk of transmitting this virus to one another, we raise the risk that this horrible disease will surge again in the months ahead, and we all must do everything we can to avoid that.”The California Department of Public Health announced 5,125 new infections and 164 additional deaths. A total of 717,177 COVID-19 cases have been identified in the state, and the death toll on Thursday stood at 13,327.The state’s seven-day average positivity rate was 4.5 percent, and the 14-day rate fell to 5 percent, the agency said in a written statement.As of Thursday, Angeles County accounted for 34 percent of the state’s infections and 45 percent of all reported fatalities in California. EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website HerbeautyThis Trend Looks Kind Of Cool!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Countries Where Men Have Difficulties Finding A WifeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyPriyanka Chopra’s 10 Year Challenge Pic Will Surprise YouHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWomen Love These Great Tips To Making Your Teeth Look WhiterHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeauty faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Donald CommunityPCC- COMMUNITYVirtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes More Cool Stuff Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Make a comment Top of the News 25 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it CITY NEWS SERVICE/STAFF REPORT Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Community News Pasadena Sees First COVID-19 Death in Nearly a Month Nine new infections reported By BRIAN DAY Published on Thursday, September 3, 2020 | 4:20 pm STAFF REPORT Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy STAFF REPORT First Heatwave Expected Next Week Community News Business News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
By admin – March 23, 2018 Twitter Facebook Twitter Previous article‘Inuksuit’ performance set at Stonehenge at UTPBNext articleMarch for Meals 2018 and Community Resource admin Pinterest WhatsApp Art walk 2018 poster Inaugural Artisan Art Walk April 6-8Joyce Miller saw a void in the Permian Basin.Now, local artists are working to fill booths, piece together their materials and prop up their creations — all in order to fill it.The first Artisan Art Walk event in Odessa is set for the weekend of April 7 at Parks Legado Town Center.Miller, a longtime area director of creative arts, said she and the event’s other board members put together the art walk to offer a venue for local artists to sell and showcase their work, and help foster a bond between area students and seasoned artists, in new ways for the Permian Basin art scene.“Hopefully, we’re going to make a real big impact, because this is a place where people can come, where we can really showcase those artists,” Miller said over the phone March 19, in the weeks leading up to the event.“It’s not like a gallery, where there’s not as many people that can participate. This was open to anyone who wanted to come in.”Just less than three weeks before the event, Miller said organizers had sold all their booths to exhibitors except one.“It’s been a good response,” she said.The art walk is set to open from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. April 7, then from noon to 6 p.m. April 8, as perusers have the chance to appreciate art or buy pieces, or take in demonstration by experts, while music and food bring a festival atmosphere, Miller said.The event kicks off with a closed juried show on that Friday before the art walk opens to the public that Saturday morning.Miller served as the executive director of creative arts for the annual Permian Basin Fair and Exposition for more than 10 years. She has also served as a board director for the Texas Association for Fairs and Events for six years.While participating there at the state level, Miller went through a curriculum that challenged her to write a business plan for a new event that would take place in her area.Soon enough, though, Miller thought the Permian Basin’s art scene could benefit if she managed to turn the theoretical into a reality, and she and others on the art walk’s board have worked to do just that.Miller said the event is partnering with ECISD, Odessa College and UTPB to bring students to observe and connect with area artists.“Students that are studying the arts are going to have the opportunity to develop relationships, to be mentored by seasoned artists,” she said. “There’s often times a disconnect between academia and the real world,” she laughed, “and we’re hoping by having seasoned artists, that that’s going to help these students out a lot.“We’ve really made an effort to get out into the community, and talk to the educators in all of those areas, and having them come out,” she added.The event is accepting artists’ works in mediums from drawing and painting to woodwork and sculpting, with plenty in between.Miller said experts in the arts will be putting on demonstrations both Saturday and Sunday, for attendees interested.“Hopefully people that are attending can go in and watch the experts and also learn who they might be able to take some classes from,” she said.Moreover, Miller said she hopes that local artists can grow, and grow their profile, in an open-to-all event a bit unlike anything else going regularly in the Permian Basin.“There are a lot of fabulous artists that nobody has any idea that they’re even an artist,” she said. WhatsApp First Artisan Art Walk to showcase area’s hidden talent Pinterest Facebook Local NewsEntertainment