Dr. Roberto Morales, Cuba’s Minister of Public Health, will discuss Cuba’s program for preventing sexually transmitted diseases, especially HIV AIDS, at a National Press Club Newsmakers news conference TOMORROW AT 10 AM. I am hosting. Read more:
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Dr. Roberto Morales,
Minister of Public Health, will discuss Cuba’s program for preventing
sexually transmitted diseases, especially HIV AIDS, at a National Press Club
Newsmakers news conference on July. I am
hosting. Read more: http://cur.aegallo.com
NPC Newsmaker Program
TO: Daybooks/Calendar/Correspondents/Assignment Editors/Press Offices
FROM: Herb Perone, NPC Newsmakers Chairman, 301-512-7636, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cuba’s Minister of Public Health to Discuss His Nation’s Progress
In Prevention of STDs, Especially AIDS
Washington, DC – Dr. Roberto Morales, Cuba’s Minister of Public Health, will discuss Cuba’s program for preventing sexually transmitted diseases, especially HIV AIDS, at a National Press Club Newsmakers news conference on July 1.
A committee of independent experts assembled by the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) which visited Cuba in March to analyze the island nation’s progress in eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV and congenital syphilis. Cuba is the first country in the world to initiate a formal validation process for these diseases.
This Newsmakers news conference is scheduled for Wednesday, July 1st at 10 a.m. in the club’s Zenger Room, on the 13th Floor of the National Press Building at 529 14th St., NW, Washington, D.C.
Like all Newsmakers events, this news conference is open to credentialed media and NPC members, free of charge. No advance registration is required.
Tony Gallo NPC Newsmakers Event Host
202 -544-6973, email@example.com
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Sunday, June 21, 2015
Roland Branford Productions will be presenting the play Margherita at several Northern Virginia venues this fall. Maggie Bush will be doing the role of Margherita, while James Howard appears as Benito Mussolini. James McDaniel portrays Colonel Klemmer and Bonnie Jourdan is Victoria Bullock. Beatrix Whitehall is designer. Roland Branford Gomez directs. Separately, Browne-Nederlander LLC has been promoting a Broadway production of the play. Judith Stevens-Ly is New York dramaturge/director. Read more at: http://margherita.aegallo.com
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Friday, June 19, 2015
Have had several interesting Skype calls with Rabbi Barbara Aiello in Calabria, Italy whose synagogue is near my ancestral home. And she is Pittsburgh born and bread. http://www.rabbibarbara.com/ She is doing a Newsmaker for me at The National Press Club
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Experts Clash on Streetcars
June 16, 2015 | By Anthony E. Gallo | firstname.lastname@example.org
Scribner argued that streetcars are unable to move as many riders as light- and heavy-rail transit, and potentially even bus rapid transit system. Streetcar travel times are greater than transit alternatives—and often walking parallel to the streetcar is faster. Streetcars worsen traffic congestion and provide residents with no additional employment access compared to the bus service they are replacing. There may be slight operating cost savings, but these are dwarfed by streetcars’ massive capital costs, which can exceed bus capital costs by a factor of 10, resulting in much higher total costs. Streetcars also slow private auto and bus traffic, reducing mobility and increasing air pollution. He also argued that streetcars at best are just relocating economic development that would have taken place elsewhere in the metropolitan area, benefiting specific property owners and developers at the expense of taxpayers and transit users.
Tangherlini argued that there is no question that society benefits from streetcars. He cited the development on H Street in the District of Columbia as an example of how streetcars can lead to economic development. Ecologically, streetcars trump alternative transportation, namely automobiles, because carbon emissions are lower. He noted that streetcars are just one component of a long-term vision of what our cities should be, and that they help support residents by providing an additional transportation choice.
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- I visited my two YouTube Channels yesterday. Through the years I have
video taped play productions, readings, vacation trips, National Press
Club Newsmakers and family events. Seems as if I have quite a library.
Will not win any cinematography awards. See all my offerings.