Fumino and Tsukino Masty Photo Ayano Masty t

first_imgFumino and Tsukino Masty. [Photo: Ayano Masty & text: sa] July 23, 2005Arcosanti alumni Jeff and Ayano Masty visit with twin daughters Fumino and Tsukino. This is the girls first meeting with the twins of Arcosanti Residents Jim and Kelli Huth, Ivy and Fletcher. [Photo: Ayano Masty & text: sa] Fumino and Tsukino Masty. [Photo: Ayano Masty & text: sa]Arcosanti alumni Jeff and Ayano Masty visit with twin daughters Fumino and Tsukino. This is the girls first meeting with the twins of Arcosanti Residents Jim and Kelli Huth, Ivy and Fletcher. [Photo: Ayano Masty & text: sa]last_img read more

Rep Alexanders plan to safeguard bicyclists on Michigan roads is now law

first_img02Jul Rep. Alexander’s plan to safeguard bicyclists on Michigan roads is now law Measure increases awareness of vulnerable roadway users in driver’s training courseLegislation introduced by state Rep. Julie Alexander to include at least one hour of classroom safety instruction regarding bicyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians in Michigan driver’s training courses has been signed into law.“The driver’s training curriculum will focus on the awareness of bicyclists, motorcyclists, and pedestrians.  This plan focuses on time devoted to the topic of all roadway users during the 24 hours of class time,” said Alexander, of Hanover.The Secretary of State will now have the ability to fulfill the additional hour requirement in either the first or second segments of drivers training.Bicycle and motorcycle deaths have spiked in Michigan. There were 138 motorcycle deaths in Michigan in 2015, compared to 112 fatalities in 2014. Between 2005 and 2015, Michigan ranked 11th highest for bike deaths per capita in the nation.House Bill 4198 is now Public Act 277 of 2018.### Categories: Alexander News,Newslast_img read more

South Africas MultiChoice has launched its GOtv d

first_imgSouth Africa’s MultiChoice has launched its GOtv digital-terrestrial pay TV service in its home market for the first time.The launch of the DTT pay platform, which is available in 11 countries across sub-Saharan Africa, is designed to replace MultiChoice’s M-Net analogue pay TV service with an offering aimed at lower-spending customers.GOtv South Africa is offering 12 channels for ZAR99 a month – the  GOtv Value package with a range of entertainment, music, kids, sports, lifestyle and culture and religious channels. Services include M-Movies Zone, Africa Magic Epic, Mzansi, TLC Entertainment, Disney Junior, Nicktoons and Dumisa.A GOtv Lite package with the religious and music services only, is available for ZAR45 for three months.Subscribers can also pay ZAR699 to acquire a GOtv decoder and one month’s subscription to the value pack.According to local press, MultiChoice is targeting the service at consumers with analogue TV who want to migrate to a digital pay TV service for the first time.The launch of GOtv is timed to coincide with South Africa’s troubled digital switchover, with analogue M-Net customers being forced to choose a digital offering when the analogue signal is switched off.The GOtv brand currently has about 2.4 million customers in Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.last_img read more