GE Marine to Provide Turbines for New Japanese Warship

first_img View post tag: Japanese View post tag: New View post tag: Provide GE Marine is to provide IHI of Tokyo with LM2500 and LM500 gas turbines for the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force’s new 22DDH destroyer… October 7, 2011 View post tag: GE View post tag: turbines View post tag: Warship View post tag: marine View post tag: News by topic (motorship)[mappress]Source: motorship, October 07, 2011; View post tag: For GE Marine to Provide Turbines for New Japanese Warship View post tag: Naval Share this article View post tag: to Back to overview,Home naval-today GE Marine to Provide Turbines for New Japanese Warship Industry news View post tag: Navylast_img read more

Venus in Fur, Constellations & The Gin Game Top Your Fave Two-Handers

first_imgThe Last Five Years Venus in Fur ‘night, Mother John & Jen Two actors and a stage: What could be more pure and simple? With a couple of high-profile two-handers recently joining the Broadway boards (the revival of D.L. Coburn’s The Gin Game and David Mamet’s new play China Doll), we started thinking about all the two-person shows we love. From musicals to classics, we asked you to chime in and rank your top 10 two-performer shows on Culturalist. The results are in an. Check out the top 10 two-handers below. Love Letters Constellationscenter_img Daddy Long Legs The Way We Get By Red The Gin Game View Commentslast_img read more

Watford striker Troy Deeney nonplussed over missing out on an England call

first_img The Watford forward has occasionally impressed, despite not scoring so far this season, since their promotion to the Barclays Premier League but was overlooked by manager Roy Hodgson, who instead called up Danny Ings and Jamie Vardy to compliment regular internationals Wayne Rooney, Theo Walcott and Harry Kane, for his latest squad. The return to fitness of Daniel Sturridge and Jay Rodriguez, coupled with the anticipated return of Danny Welbeck, will likely further diminish his chances of international football, but, speaking ahead of Watford’s Premier League fixture at Bournemouth on Saturday, Deeney has insisted that he does not feel he should be involved. “I leave work and I’m with my family and I’m trying to be a better family man. “If you remember on the pitch (after Watford lost in the 2013 Championship play-off final to Crystal Palace), I’m the only one who’s not lying down, sulking, I’m trying to get other people up and clapping the other team. “It’s football. Was I annoyed? Very much so. Did it annoy my summer? Very much so. But you can’t change anything, so all you can do is work harder and get ready for the next one.” “Unless it’s off my mum, then no, I wasn’t expecting a call,” said Deeney, 27. “I don’t think I’ve done enough to warrant an England call-up just yet.” Deeney’s honest attitude is significantly different to that usually witnessed in the Premier League, but, for all that he played down his international credentials, in an era in which there have long been concerns that others underperform because of the pressure they feel while wearing an England shirt, the forward’s refusal to be affected by the result or if he misses a goalscoring chance may have proved a strength. “Personally, I don’t really care if I miss a chance, to be honest,” Deeney said. “It doesn’t affect how I play so as long as I play well and the manager still picks me and the team still appreciate what I’m doing then that’s all that matters to me. “I’m in a good place. There’s only going to be three outcomes: win, lose or draw. I’m still gonna live, I’m still happy. I don’t really get stressed by football. “I’ve got two kids that won’t allow me to think about football too long. “I’ve got a 10-month old who’s learning how to walk upstairs. I’m involved in the game, emotionally involved in the game, but as soon as I leave work… “Like when you leave work, you don’t sit at home typing for no reason you’re with your family. Troy Deeney has dismissed suggestions that he deserved to be included in the latest England squad for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers with Estonia and Lithuania. Press Associationlast_img read more

Davenport man pleads not guilty to Cerro Gordo County high speed pursuit charges

first_imgMASON CITY — A Davenport man has pleaded not guilty to charges dealing with a high speed pursuit near Mason City back in January.The Iowa State Patrol says shortly after 4:00 AM on the morning of January 27th a trooper attempted to stop 38-year-old Travis Coleman for speeding on the Avenue of the Saints south of Mason City. During the pursuit, the vehicle reached a high speed of 130 miles per hour.Coleman exited at the Mallard Avenue exit, made a bad pass on the shoulder, crossed the road and a struck a DOT barrier. Coleman attempted to keep driving but the trooper intentionally struck the vehicle to stop the pursuit. A bag or marijuana was allegedly found in the front passenger seat.Coleman was charged with eluding, possession of a controlled substance, driving while suspended and passing on the right shoulder. Coleman pleaded not guilty to the charges this week in Cerro Gordo County District Court. His trial is scheduled to start on April 2nd.last_img read more