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Day 161 June 29 2011
President Barack Obama meets with advisors in the Oval Office, June 29, 2011. Participating in the meeting, from left, are: Senior Advisor David Plouffe; Director of Communications Dan Pfeiffer; Press Secretary Jay Carney; Deputy Senior Advisor Stephanie Cutter; Jen Psaki, Deputy Director of Communications; Gene Sperling, National Economic Council Director; Jon Favreau, Director of Speechwriting; Jack Lew, Office of Management and Budget Director; Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner; and Chief of Staff Bill Daley.
9:30AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT receive the Presidential Daily Briefing
1:50PM THE PRESIDENT welcomes the WNBA Champion Seattle Storm to the White House
3:00PM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet with Senate Democratic Leadership
4:30PM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet with Secretary of the Treasury Geithner
5:45PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at an event observing LGBT Pride month
A FUN, CASUAL JOINT
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- April 17 - Jalapeno Poppers
- April 24 - Mac-N-Cheese Bites
- May 1 - Cheesy Bacon Fries
- May 8 - Mini Corn Dogs
- May 15 - Mozzarella Sticks
- May 22 - Mac-N-Cheese Bites
- May 29 - Cheesy Bacon Tots
- June 5 - Fried Mushrooms
- June 12 - Fried Pickles
- June 19 - Mozzarella Sticks
- June 26 - Mac-N-Cheese Bites
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$1.00 off the following appetizers:
- Nachos Deluxe
- Chicken Nachos Deluxe
- Mozzarella Sticks
- Mac & Cheese Bites
- Roosters Chips
- Fried Pickles
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STRAWBERRY RHUBARB PIE: National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day
Today is National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day. Strawberry and Rhubarb go together like Peanut Butter and Jelly. Here's one of my favorite Strawberry Rhubarb Pie recipes! Strawberry Fields Forever! Of course I make this pie with a Chocolate Cookie Crust.
A little info on rhubarb: In culinary use, fresh raw petioles (leaf stalks) are crisp (similar to celery) with a strong, tart taste. Most commonly, the plant's leaf stalks are cooked with sugar and used in pies and other desserts. Rhubarb is usually considered a vegetable. In the United States, however, a New York court decided in 1947 that since it was used in the United States as a fruit, it counted as a fruit for the purposes of regulations and duties. And, a warning: Do not eat or use the leaves. They are deadly.
The following recipe is easy and great. Most people do a two crust pie.. the top crust being a lattice however, I don't think this works with a chocolate crust. You can always do a regular crumble on top! Or make a traditional pie crust and add a lattice crust on top. As always, it's your choice! Enjoy and celebrate the day!
STRAWBERRY RHUBARB PIE
with CHOCOLATE COOKIE CRUST
Chocolate Cookie Crust
2 cups chocolate wafers
6 Tbsp unsalted butter (or salted if you're inclined), melted
Melt butter. Put chocolate wafers in plastic bag and crush with spoon or rolling pin. Should be pea-size. Combine melted butter and ground chocolate wafers. Press ingredients into 9 inch buttered pie pan--bottom and up sides. Bake for 10 minutes at 325. Let cool.
3-1/2 cups rhubarb stalks, in 1/2 inch slices
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1-1/2 tsp orange zest
1/4 cup cornstarch
Dash of salt
3 1/2 cups strawberries, cleaned, hulled, quartered (or thinly sliced)
Combine filling ingredients in bowl and toss well.
Spread into prepared crust and bake for 45-50 minutes at 350 degrees or until rhubarb is tender and filling is bubbly.
David Flint did a wonderful, thoughtful, well written piece of journalism with this piece on the new DVD covering the historic, colorful, woebegone railroad though Petersburgh, Berlin, Stephentown, New Lebanon, Brainard, and Old Chatham. His inclusion of never before seen Stephentown Historical Society iamges is a real bonus for Eastwick Press readers. I recognize a labor of love when I see it! Thanks to everyone for their wonderful reviews of the DVD, kind notes, handwritten memories and support of this effort. Jim Jones
My family relocated to Chatham in 1968. As with any ten-year-old in a new place, the first order of business was exploration. My brother and I quickly discovered the remnants of the Rutland ROW literally in our back yard. Even though the rails had been gone for 15 years, many remnants remained, including the maintenance barn and turntable pit. We often walked miles of the roadbed. We then moved on to the stone trestle supports which still stand sentinal to this day crossing Center Street and the Stein Kill Creek. Many an afternoon was spent peering down at Route 66 traffic from the top. On the way to school every day, we often took “The Short Cut” which I later discovered was the former station siding bed. Thanks to Jim Shaughnessy’s excellent book, I finally got a glimpse of the original Chatham terminal station. Thanks for keeping the grand history of the Corkscrew Division alive.
It’s odly coincident how I happened to work at Simmons Machine Tool in Menands with Gary Hewitt an RPI grad engineer, building train wheel shop equipment. Then later I happen to buy his father Leyton’s property at the lower end of Meadowlawn Cemetery in Petersburg on the Rutland Line.
I’ve often wondered why can we be so fascinated with trains,…as I and many have become. Gravity, it is agreed is one of the strangest and most unknown things in the universe and it is largely seen that it affects us mentally. Perhaps trains with all their mass are like the planets passing by,and we naturally are pulled by them, the part of us pulled, a most central hidden part. Maybe it is the heart, that strange heart, known by heart surgeons to seem to contain a brain, and worthy of all it’s poetic attention.
Keep an eye out. If Christie starts demanding that his local Taco Bell post National Guardsmen at the doors to prevent illegals from assembling bean burritos, he’s almost certainly planning on running for President. Which is great. But for my money, I’m more excited by the prospect of Sarah Palin on a Harley Fat Boy announcing that she’s getting in to take America back, Easy Rider style. (h/t Rush Limbaugh)
No growth, an ever-expanding federal Leviathan, a diminution of individual liberty, crony capitalism, high unemployment, profligate spending, and a disjointed foreign policy that seems to favor framing events after they’ve happened? All black things, I guess. Making my pointing out that the employment rate among black men is at a record low under this administration akin to donning my hood for a kind of rhetorical lynching.
Triumph’s 40th Anniversary ‘Allied Forces’ Box Set to be released on Record Store Day on June 20th
Big news for Triumph fans as a 40th Year Anniversary Box Set of their 1981 album Allied Forces will be released on Record Store Day via Round Hill Records on June 20, 2021.
“One of the greatest and most successful Canadian rock bands of all-time, Triumph, first rose to prominence back in the golden era when vinyl was king – and the preferred format of most music fans.
So, it makes perfect sense for Triumph – Rik Emmett (guitars/vocals), Mike Levine (bass, keyboards) and Gil Moore (drums, vocals) – to be named Record Store Day’s Canadian Ambassadors 2021.
Previous Canadian RSD Ambassadors have included Marie-Mai, The Trews, and The Sheepdogs, and RSD Ambassadors have included Metallica, Pearl Jam, and Brandi Carlile, among others.
To prove this point, the band will also be releasing a Record Store Day exclusive/40th anniversary box set of their classic 1981 album, ‘Allied Forces,’ fully loaded with rare archival content and assorted unearthed gems.
A rock music collector’s dream, the Round Hill Records-issued set will include:
Vinyl #1 : Picture Disc of Original ‘Allied Forces‘ Studio Album
Vinyl #2 : 2xLP ‘Live in Cleveland‘ 1981
Vinyl #3 : 7” Single – Tribute 2021
Version of “Allied Forces” + “Magic Power” Live from Ottawa 1982 (Never Before Released)
11名 Maple Leaf Gardens Poster (CANADA EXCLUSIVE)
24-page booklet featuring rare photos and behind the scenes. + ‘Allied Forces’ essay
40th Anniversary Allied Forces retro tour book
40th Anniversary Allied Forces retro tour poster
40th Anniversary Allied Forces retro tour pass
Rik Pics (3 Hand Drawn Cartoons)
Handwritten Lyrics (Magic Power, Allied Forces & Fight the Good Fight)
The trio’s first record to be recorded at their studio, MetalWorks, ‘Allied Forces’ spawned such rock radio hits as “Magic Power,” “Fight the Good Fight,” and “Say Goodbye,” as well as the title track, which became an automatic concert favorite. The album was also the highest-charting of the band’s career and earning platinum certification in the States.
“We’re extremely proud of ‘Allied Forces.’ It was the record that started the global rocket ride for us and we’re also excited to share with our fans some really great moments from our archives with this boxset.” – Mike Levine
A documentary and tribute record that are both in the works. On June 12th, 2021, fans will get the opportunity to re-experience ‘Allied Forces’ in an entirely new way!”
Track List for Allied Forces:
Fool for Your Love
Hot Time (In This City Tonight)
Fight the Good Fight
Track List for Live In Cleveland:
Disc 1 Side A
Tear the Roof Off
Lay it On the Line
Fight The Good Fight
Blinding Light Show/Moonchild
Disc 2 Side C
Rock ‘N’ Roll Machine
I Live For The Weekend
Rocky Mountain Way
Hot Time (In the City Tonight)
Limited Edition 7” Single
Vinyl #3 : 7” Single – Tribute 2021 Version of “Allied Forces” + “Magic Power” Live from Ottawa 1982 (Never Before Released)
Triumph‘s “Magic Power” video:
Triumph 2021 Record Store Day Canadian Ambassadors video:
Topic No. 161 Returning an Erroneous Refund – Paper Check or Direct Deposit
It's an erroneous refund if you receive a refund you're not entitled at all or for an amount more than you're entitled to.
If your refund was a paper Treasury check and hasn't been cashed:
- Write "Void" in the endorsement section on the back of the check.
- Submit the check immediately, but no later than 21 days, to the appropriate IRS location listed below. The location is based on the city (possibly abbreviated) on the bottom text line in front of the words TAX REFUND on your refund check.
- Don't staple, bend, or paper clip the check.
- Include a note stating "Return of erroneous refund check" and give a brief explanation of the reason for returning the refund check.
If your refund was a paper Treasury check and has been cashed:
- Submit a personal check, money order, etc., immediately, but no later than 21 days, to the appropriate IRS location listed below. The location is based on the city (possibly abbreviated) on the bottom text line in front of the words TAX REFUND on your refund check. If you no longer have access to a copy of the check, call the IRS toll-free at 800-829-1040 (individual) or 800-829-4933 (business) (see telephone and local assistance for hours of operation) and explain to the assistor that you need information to repay a cashed refund check.
- Write on the check/money order: Payment of Erroneous Refund, the tax period for which the refund was issued, and your taxpayer identification number (social security number, employer identification number, or individual taxpayer identification number).
- Include a brief explanation of the reason for returning the refund.
- Cashing an erroneous refund check may result in interest due the IRS.
If your refund was a direct deposit:
- Contact the Automated Clearing House (ACH) department of the bank/financial institution where the direct deposit was received and have them return the refund to the IRS.
- Call the IRS toll-free at 800-829-1040 (individual) or 800-829-4933 (business) to explain why the direct deposit is being returned.
- Interest may accrue on the erroneous refund.
When the amount of the refund (paper check or direct deposit) is different than what was expected, indicating the IRS changed the amount, a notice explaining the adjustment is mailed to your address of record. Please review the information in the notice to determine if the change to the refund is correct. A toll-free telephone number is included on the notice in case you require further assistance.
IRS mailing addresses based on the city (possibly abbreviated) located on the bottom text line in front of the words TAX REFUND on your refund check:
Day 161 June 29 2011 - History
Due to the preparation for the Maria Stein Country Fest this weekend (June 25-27), parking is currently limited, but the Chapels and Gift Shop are open and Eucharistic Adoration will continue this week as planned.
Please use caution when entering the grounds. There will be reserved parking signs for our Adoration Guild members in the back of the Shrine. If you need accessibility assistance, please call us at 419-925-4532.
Welcome to the Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics. Home to one of the largest, documented Holy Relic Collections in the United States and the epicenter of the historical Land of the Cross-Tipped Churches!
The Shrine houses 1,200 relics of the Saints and the True Cross. Additionally, it provides faith nourishment and spiritual renewal through opportunities for prayer, pilgrimage and inspiration from the lives of the saints. People from around the world visit the shrine to explore and enjoy this environment rich in holiness and history.
Shrine, Museum & Gift Shop Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9:30am - 6:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 9:30am - 4:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
The Shrine, Gift Shop and Chapels will be CLOSED Sunday July 4th and Monday, July 5th in observance of Independence Day. Have a safe and blessed holiday!
Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics provides an atmosphere of peace, prayer and hospitality for faith nourishment and spiritual renewal through opportunities for prayer and pilgrimage and inspiration from the lives of the saints.
Memorial Day 2020 will be unlike any other in American history, and that is an understatement.
While it might not be the barbecue and family gathering weekend of recent years, the core sentiments remain-- remember those who gave their lives for our country, remember those who served and survived, and are no longer with us.
As I have said here in the past, Memorial Day has morphed in to a second Veterans Day, a day when we thank all those who wore the uniform. I'm okay with that. Those men and women cannot be thanked enough.
I'll close the serious part as I always do: "Please, remember what the day is all about."
This is the last in my mini series of depth of field experiments. I should note that all the photos were taken at Cathedral Cemetery on Oram Street in Scranton. The staff really had the place looking great, and they should be commended. Also, a huge thank you to all the volunteers who placed flags here, and at cemeteries throughout our area.