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Flavor of Georgia Seeking Applicants for 2014 Event

first_img Culinary entrepreneurs are invited to have their products tested out by state experts, local foodies….and people looking for a bite to eat.  Applications for the 2014 Flavor of Georgia are now being accepted.Amy Stankus, the owner of the Atlanta-based Chocolate South, is among those who will be competing in this annual event.She wowed the judges in the 2013 contest with the Georgia Peaches Tea Bon Bons.“Right after I won the competition, the Agriculture Commissioner took 100 of them on a trade mission to Gabon and it’s just been really nice to be able to say that I won the Grande Prize,” says Stankus.An audio version of this story.1:04This will be the seventh year the University of Georgia Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development is holding this event.Organizers call it a good networking place for people with Peach State products.“About 85% of the people that went through the contest last year have actually experienced an increase in their business contacts, 27% or so actually have you know, seen increased results,” said Kent Wolfe, director of the UGA Center.Another return competitor is Adriana Coppola, the owner of Alta Cucina Italia.She says even though her white balsamic vinegar fell short with the judges, she enjoyed the experience.“It gives me some inspiration to create something new.  I like it also because it gives me feedback at the end, what they think about your product,” says Coppola.Registration is open from now through February.Judging takes place in March. For Whom The Bell Rings Share Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility Related Stories 1:04 | Play story Add to My ListIn My List ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Partylast_img read more

Wartsila: 34DF engine taking over LNG carrier market share

first_imgThree major South Korean shipyards Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and Samsung Heavy Industries have shown a big interest in Wärtsilä’s upgraded 34DF engine.The shipbuilding giants are supporting the use of this engine for auxiliary applications in the LNG carrier segment where dual-fuel engines are favoured, Wärtsilä said in a statement on Thursday.South Korea currently has more than 80% of the total order book for LNG tankers, while the Wärtsilä 34DF engine has achieved an auxiliary application market share of approximately 70% in this sector, the company said.During the first half of this year Wärtsilä has been awarded contracts for 56 Wärtsilä 34DF dual-fuel auxiliary engines for 14 new LNG carriers being built for four different owners. This means that Wärtsilä has already received orders for nearly 100 such engines from these three yards since it was re-launched with a higher MCR (maximum continuous rating) in 2013.All these orders were placed by South Korea’s three leading shipyards and the ships are being built for European, American, and Asian owners.[mappress mapid=”17678″]Image: Wärtsilälast_img read more

Georgia Tech routs Wofford in season opener, 38-19

first_imgAug 30, 2014; Atlanta, GA, USA; Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets running back Zach Laskey (left) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown against the Wofford Terriers during the first quarter at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sportslast_img

Art installation marks Louvre pyramid’s 30th birthday

first_img French street artist JR works in the courtyard of the Louvre Museum near the glass pyramid designed by architect Leoh Ming Pei, in Paris, Wednesday, March 27, 2019 as the Louvre Museum celebrates the 30th anniversary of its glass pyramid. JR project is a giant collage of the pyramid to bring it out of the ground by revealing the foundations of the Napoleon courtyard where it is erected. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) French street artist JR walks in the courtyard of the Louvre Museum near the glass pyramid designed by architect Leoh Ming Pei, in Paris, Wednesday, March 27, 2019 as the Louvre Museum celebrates the 30th anniversary of its glass pyramid. JR project is a giant collage of the pyramid to bring it out of the ground by revealing the foundations of the Napoleon courtyard where it is erected. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) PARIS | A French street artist has created an optical illusion installation around the Louvre’s glass pyramid entrance to mark its 30th birthday.The collage work, made from strips of paper, gives the famed 21-meter-high structure added depth and the illusion of a dramatic mountain landscape.The installation by street artist JR opened on Friday.The pyramid, designed by Chinese-American architect I. M. Pei, was completed in 1989. The design drew widespread criticism at the time, but Parisians soon embraced it. French street artist JR poses in the courtyard of the Louvre Museum near the glass pyramid designed by architect Leoh Ming Pei, in Paris, Wednesday, March 27, 2019 as the Louvre Museum celebrates the 30th anniversary of its glass pyramid. JR project is a giant collage of the pyramid to bring it out of the ground by revealing the foundations of the Napoleon courtyard where it is erected. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)center_img French street artist JR, right, prepares with volunteers rolls of printed papers in the courtyard of the Louvre Museum near the glass pyramid designed by architect Leoh Ming Pei, in Paris, Wednesday, March 27, 2019 as the Louvre Museum celebrates the 30th anniversary of its glass pyramid. JR project is a giant collage of the pyramid to bring it out of the ground by revealing the foundations of the Napoleon courtyard where it is erected. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) Visitors are silhouetted front a creation by French street artist JR in the courtyard of the Louvre Museum near the glass pyramid designed by architect Leoh Ming Pei, in Paris, Wednesday, March 27, 2019 as the Louvre Museum celebrates the 30th anniversary of its glass pyramid. JR project is a giant collage of the pyramid to bring it out of the ground by revealing the foundations of the Napoleon courtyard where it is erected. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)last_img read more