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  • Both Matildas vs Lions had played their most competitive performance.This has been the biggest sporting event so far in Australia History while Australia plays against England. The Matildas were determined to get their first World Cup Finalists as the host since the USA did back in 1999. Tony Gustavsson was hoping if Australia could get a victory against England which they’re good as the Matildas. While Sabrina Weigman was focused that the Lionesses could possibly do a rematch which that was her only lost as manager against Australia 2-0 in a friendly match in April of 2023. The match was hosted in Stadium Australia in Olympic Park of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The supporters of 75,784 came to watch a great excited match for Australia vs England.

    The match started off with Australia taking control while England quickly took defense. At the 7th minute, Sam Kerr almost got herself a goal for Australia which was blocked by Mary Herps. At the 9th minute, Stanway was close to get get a goal which Mackenzie Arnold managed to save it.17th minute, Russo passed it to Hemp which it hit the net on. At the 30th minute, Australia took the corner kick which Hayley Raso almost give the Matildas a goal. At the 36th minute, Rachel Daly passed it to Hemp to Russo and small pass to Ella Toone which she give England on the opening score to lead the Matildas 1-0. the 38th minute, Elie Carpenter pass it to Gorry but it was a great save from Herps. Both teams played well which it ended up England 1-0

    During the 2nd Half, The Matilda’s has to find a way in order to go to the World Cup. 47th minute Sam Kerr almost got her goal. At the 57th minute, Lauren Hemp had everything she can which she wasn’t called for a foul but kept going and Mackenzie Arnold was able to save it. At the 63rd minute Sam Kerr took the ball and ran all the way which give Australia a 30 yards kick goal to level up 1-1. The fans at Stadium Australia was electrified as Sam Kerr scored her goal in her host nation. IAt the 67th minute, Kyra Cooney-Cross took the long range kick which Sam Kerr did the header but Herps was able to save it for England. It didn’t last when England took the sacrifice at the 71st minute when Millie Bright did a long pass to Lauren Hemp and passed through the Australian defense and give England the lead again. Australia thought that they could pull through but it didmd last with England with the might roar of getting into their way. In the last 20 minutes Australia had refused to give up hope as Sam Kerr did a head but aimed at the wrong direction which it would’ve been the moment for Australia to catch up England. So the Matildas kept trying but Mary Herps wouldn’t let Australia get a chance to catch up to them. When Australia had the corner kick, Sam Kerr just had her moment but pushed the pressure and booted up instead of direct goal. By the 86th minute, Lauren Hemp give out a massive pass to Alessia Russo a goal for England 3-1, which might do for England to play against Spain in the World Cup Final. The England squad cheered and celebrated like a victory which Australia had everything they could but didn’t get the job done. In the final minutes, Australia had tried possession but it was too late to level it up 3-3 which sadly Australia has been eliminated in the Semifinals against England 3-1.

    The Matildas should be proud of themselves that they change the way to bring young girls and fans around the country to get into soccer. There was a lot of emotions from Australia which they thought they could be the host nation to reach to the finals. The Lionesses on the other hand had one of the best performances in the World Cup campaign which the team was able to play in their true spirit of soccer. The Aussie Fans has shown spirit to this sport. It will live on to continue the future of the Matilda’s which hopefully they can bring a silverware to their history. The whole squad has to now focus on getting Bronze against Sweden in Brisbane which they can bonce back and turn around. The love of every soccer fan around the world who now believe in the Matildas are true spirits and hopefully one day they can show the world to see what they can accomplish in other other conceptions like the Summer Olympics and other International Tournaments.

  • Annie Murphy plays Petey in the new animated series Praise Petey, a girl who is a fashion designer in New York City, which she wanted to help her late dad’s cult in New Utopia. The show is also available on Freeform, which is available the next day on Hulu and Disney+ for streaming sites to watch replays.

    Annie Murphy plays a New York fashionista who takes over as spiritual head of her father’s rural Southern cult in the series. She had everything she desired in her life back in New York City, where she liked coffee, therapy, jaywalking to museums, subway rides, and in particular Broadway performances. Petey worked as a Senior Assistant Editoral Assistant at Fashiona, a fashion magazine firm, for 8 years. Because of her lack of self-confidence, she frequently feels afraid to speak up. She had a wood plank of her fiancé Brian. The next day, she went to her White St. Barts Office to view a video footage of her late father explaining how he used to raise New Utopia which was actually in North Carolina. She was captivated by her father’s movie about fresh blood entering New Utopia, until one night she was with her BFF at her apartment and discovered that Brian had cheated on her. She felt betrayed and sobbed outside her apartment till her boss phoned and informed her that she had been demoted for irrelevant work behavior pointed out at a meeting especially the shimmy under her breath. After discovering that her apartment had caught fire, she ordered a Cab to the South and exclaimed, “Taxi to the South!” which makes sense given the title of the first episode of the series.

    She finally got the bus to New Utopia. By the time she arrived, animals had also gotten from the bus, been kicked by a goat, and landed in the dirt. Her belongings were caked in muck, which irritated her. When Bandit arrived in his pickup truck, she discovered that he’s a good-looking redneck. Bandit urged her to leave town, which Petey believe proved unfair considering her father had devastated the community before she arrived. Petey was outraged because he believed she was going to wreck the town and wanted to manage it her way in order to reform it for the betterment of society. She was afraid since there was a gator in her father’s village, but she swiftly grabbed him and pulled her out of the mud. So Bandit was kind enough to drive her to New Utopia, but he forced her pull the luggage while driving his truck next to her. Eventually, the one who lights the torch to let everyone know that Petey has arrived in New Utopia. The entire community supported her efforts to make her feel like southern hospitality. She was about instruct Bandit how it works, but he drove away and scoffed at at him. When she arrived to the New Utopia Inn, she introduced Mae Mae, her father’s right hand till his death. When she arrived to the New Utopia Inn, she introduced Mae Mae, her father’s right hand till his death. Mae Mae reluctantly requested Emmett to mend her broken shoe as Petey went to her father’s room to take a shower. There was a group of ladies who bathed with her while humming, but she was perplexed because it wasn’t the most unusual shower she’d ever had. Mae Mae surprised her after a shower, which Petey was expecting to swing by for a drink, and she ended up going to The Filthy Pecker, New Utopia’s Hottest Bar in town.

    By the time she arrived, she had been introduced by Alan Tudyk, a local star who showed her everyone in the bar but pointed out that they needed young people and booze, which would work well for her plan. Then she noticed Bandit was at the bar and wanted to insult him about being friendly to old ladies but unpleasant to her. Bandit saw Petey was wearing a neckless with a belly chain, which reluctant him, but he ultimately moved away from her. Petey soon chose to sit at the bar and have a drink with Eliza, the waitress at the bar. They both discuss Bandit, their recent relationship breakups, and their favorite television program, Post Trauma and Kissing. Their friendship has bonded, although Eliza has been running the bar for a year and has liked working as a bartender. She wanted to tell Eliza that she wanted to take over her late father’s village from 20 years ago and refurbish it in her own manner. After a pleasant conversation, Petey agreed to try pool darts with Bandit and place a wager on a match. Petey had dominated the battle and had her first kiss with Bandit, for which the entire crowd at the bar shouted and celebrated. Until Bandit intervened, which he couldn’t do since her father operated a cult, which was the primary reason why Bandit wanted her to leave. She told him that she wanted to help restore the community. The floor opened up as soon as she exclaimed Fresh blood to witness Alan Tudyk get slain by the Cult, which the entire town applauded to death, and Petey freaked out and bolted out of the pub. The cult was a typical method to welcome Petey’s homecoming, something she had not anticipated.

    When she left the bar, it was too much for her and she puked outside till Mae Mae informed Petey about her first cult routine. That killing a celebrity was a ritual for the night Petey came to town enraged Petey, who wanted to go back home to New York and get her shoes back, but it wasn’t done. She attempted to hail a cab, but there were no taxis available in New Utopia. Eventually, Emmett hands Petey the TV/VCR to demonstrate how her father became terrified after viewing her human sacrifice, even the most odd event in existence. Most importantly, she had the option of remaining in New Utopia and assisting the community, which she was beginning to see may make a difference. After seeing the video, she was still outraged over her father’s cult, which Mae Mae conveyed to her about the cult she had in New York. Deep down, she was dealing with her own difficulties of hiding her feelings in order to avoid being overwhelmed or ashamed, which her terrible luck in New York didn’t help much with on her first night in New Utopia, she realized that her life in New York was a greater cult than her new village. Mae Mae informed her that she could either go back home and murmur herself behind her chain, or she could come up with brilliant ideas and utilize her voice to communicate her alternatives in New Utopia. Petey acknowledges that can contribute excellent ideas and utilize her voice to empower young people. Mae Mae wanted to show her that a young person can run a city and make excellent decisions. Finally, she wanted to give herself another opportunity to stay in New Utopia. The next day, Petey was all dressed up in a floral manner for a ceremony to be hailed as the great daughter, and the entire community said “Praise Petey” to express their warm welcome. The men in red vests informed her about the reforms in New Utopia, to which she answered, “no more human sacrifice and wear jumpsuits over kaftans.” It all ended happily, with Petey taking over the cult and making positive reforms, as the entire village took her to the streets of New Utopia for a moment of joy. Everyone had an opinion about Petey’s time in her new community. Finally, Petey realizes she is a new cult leader, which has elicited varied emotions, and she is eager to step up and make positive changes. She has the opportunity to learn more about her father and what life was like when he used to rule the town in his formative years. She also identified several celebrities who might join a cult, such as Frankie Jonas, Frankie Grande, or a random Freeform personality.

    Petey herself had wished to improve New Utopia by enacting new changes and wanting to bring in new events and discoveries to the village that contemporary society would operate like fresh job opportunities and creativity for new ideas. As Petey comes to terms with the fact that she is a cult leader, the adventure for Petey and her companions in their community has never stopped. Observing some weird occurrences in town for the sake of the town or a regular event that appears for some reason.

    Her fashion of life is helping the city to be more creative and exciting for new adventures along new characters that would also appear in New Utopia especially interesting stories about her father when he used to take over the town and other people that grew up with her dad.

  • When my twin brother Ryan and I were born prematurely both of us were 3 lbs and over two months early. I was diagnosed with moderate Cerebral Palsy (CP) at birth. Which means I have a brain hemorrhage in a very rare spot. My Cerebral Palsy affects my entire right side. When I was 22 years old I was diagnosed with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). POTS means my heart rate goes very high and if I stand up or change positions too fast I pass out and my blood pressure goes very low. My Cerebral Palsy makes my POTS even more challenging. When I was 24 years old I was diagnosed with Epilepsy. Epilepsy (seizures) my Epilepsy spot is right next to my brain hemorrhage. Which makes my Epilepsy even more challenging. On top of me having Cerebral Palsy and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome. I have to carry my emergency seizure medicine and wear my Apple Watch at all times. My medical team at (St. Charles Hospital) is amazing. They go above and beyond for me. I don’t know where I would be with them. At every stage of my life, I learn and accept that my life is harder than typical people’s before all of my diagnoses. But that doesn’t stop me. Even with all of my diagnoses I’m still not letting them hold me back from what I do with my life.

     

    2 Education/Molly: All of my schooling was very challenging but I did it. Thank God that Individualized Education (IEP) was so detailed and grew with me. From Elementary school to College, I had to work twice as hard as my peers because of all of my learning disabilities as well as my diagnoses. Resource room teachers from Elementary school to High school were great at realizing that I was having trouble and trying to find a solution. I would always ask the teacher if I was having trouble or if they could tell me facial expressions. As I entered Junior school and High school the material got because I was in Regents level classes. Which meant more homework and tests. My stress levels increased. But they were almost therapists to me because they would try to find a solution. If that didn’t work they would have a meeting with my teacher. Between myself, my resource room teacher, and my class teacher we would usually find a solution or have extra accommodation for that class. By Senior year my IEP was the size of a textbook with all of my accommodations. Once I entered College for my Bachelor’s Degree I had to find a College that had a great disability program. If they didn’t have that program I wouldn’t succeed. If I had a problem with a teacher, even after I asked the teacher. They would tell the teacher and help to find a solution. I even had a guidance counselor (Leighann) that was my lifeline. I would email her every day, and I would have a weekly meeting with her. If I didn’t have I didn’t her wouldn’t have been successful. When I got my Master’s Degree my College also had a great disability program and my teachers would email me, to see if I was having any problems with the material. From Elementary school to graduating with my Master’s Degree I went to a lot of tutoring and extra help sessions to better understand the material. Since graduating with my Master’s Degree it’s been very difficult for me to find a job with all of my diagnoses. I’m currently trying to get a job with the government in healthcare administration and leadership, that’s what my degrees are. When I was in College I was suicidal from all of the homework, tests, and stress. My therapist told me to bond with my rescue dog, Molly, which helped a ton. Without bonding with her. There’s no doubt in my mind, Coach Steve, Coach Bob, Chloe, Charmaine, Leighann, and my medical team’s minds that I wouldn’t be alive today. During this time I joined Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program Para-Athletics without the head Coaches Steve and Bob, Chloe and Charmaine watched out to see if I was displaying any suicidal signs during practice, road races, and track meets I joined this Track and Field Team help me feel included without any judgment because everyone understands what I was through. They listened to me and did everything I needed to still be alive. Even when Molly passed during the Coronavirus-19 Pandemic, everyone was there for them checking in on me to see if I was okay and not displaying any suicidal signs. Without all of these people and Molly, I would’ve committed suicide. That’s another of the many reasons why I’m so appreciative of these people because they didn’t have but they wanted to.

    3 Obstacles To Challenges /Training For Summer Paralympics Paris 2024/Field Hockey:

    I’ve had many obstacles in my life. My medical team, Physical Therapists, and Occupational Therapists have been there the whole time. They have helped me turn everyday life activities that were insanely hard for me that turned into challenges because It’s very hard for me to use my right limbs, right fingers, and right toes even though I was stubborn and didn’t want to do them. But I had to be able to function in activities of daily life and be a successful functional person in society. I had to be successful to meet every goal the way they wanted which was “the correct way” or I failed the goal and had to keep working on the goal. I tried to find a shortcut for every goal but it didn’t work whatsoever. Even though all of these goals were hard to meet, I am a successful functional person in society. Thanks to their great work and for handling my stubbornness.

    As for my training for The Summer Paralympic Games in Paris 2024 for Track and Field. My Track and Field Team is (Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program Para-Athletics) which is for disabled athletes, most of my teammates have Autism. The head coaches are Steve and Bob. There have been so many obstacles because of all of my diagnoses. Trying to figure out a way that I could successfully run without falling, passing out, or having a seizure. At every practice, I wear my helmet to help in case of emergency. But I didn’t give up and my coaches and pacers on my team didn’t either. Trying to successfully finish practice has also been an obstacle to my safety. I have to have modified practice, wear my helmet, have extra water breaks, and have to wear cooling towels when it’s hot out in case I have an emergency. Even use Quench Gum and Jelly Belly Sport Beans before and during every practice, road races, and track meet. To help me not have an emergency. All of my coaches and my pacers know my faces when I display those symptoms that I’m about to pass out or have a seizure. Another obstacle that turned into a challenge was running road

    races successfully and not falling, passing out, or having a seizure. When I run road races I have my two pacers (Chloe and Charmaine) with me. One pacer is in front of me watching it to see if there’s a curb, a pothole, or if the road is uneven. My other pacer is next to me. I have to wear my leg brace, water hydration backpack, and helmet. In case anything happens to me. As well, in case I have a seizure they were taught how to give me my emergency seizure medication. That was difficult to solve, especially for my safety. My two pacers are amazing for keeping me safe. Even during the road race, they will not tell me what mile we’re at. They will only look at my Apple Watch which displays my heart rate. They’re constantly looking at my face to see if I’m about to pass out or have a seizure. Because they know my faces when I display those symptoms.

     

    In terms of throwing the Shot Put and Discus that was a challenge trying to figure out how I would hold them and successfully throw them. My coaches and I figured out a way that works for me. As of writing, I’m on the Long Island Track and Field Team and the New York State Track and Field Team which I was surprised about. But it’s all because of my hard work. Of course, all my coaches go the extra mile. But didn’t any of these challenges stop me from quitting the team. I’m indebted to all of my coaches for them not giving up on me. I didn’t stop because it was an obstacle for me. All of these obstacles have helped me compete in track meets, most of them I’m competing against typical athletes.

     

    Specifically, Training for The Summer Paralympic Games in Paris 2024 for Track and Field has been a challenge because I have to put in a ton of more work at practice, during the Road Races, and I have extra workouts that my other teammates don’t have. I have to a Paralympic Standards for the Cerebral Palsy (CP) category to be considered to compete in The Summer Paralympic Games in Paris 2024. Those Paralympic Standards for 100 meters, 200 meters, and Shot Put are very challenging, especially having moderate Cerebral Palsy (CP) because of the modifications I had to figure out and master to try to meet those Paralympic Standards as of this moment I’m writing this am I very close of meeting those Paralympic Standards. Each of my coaches, my pacers, and my personal I’m so thankful for to have them in my life. I’m currently 0.10 seconds off of the CP Paralympic standard for the 100 meters dash. I’m currently 15 seconds off of the CP Paralympic standard for the 200 meters dash. I’m 1.22 meters off of the CP Paralympic standard for the Shot Put. I’m currently 9 meters off the CP Paralympic standard for Discus. Running my last 5K (3.1 miles) road race I got a Personal Record by over 4 minutes.

     

    I also have a personal trainer (Ryan) from (Whit Fit/Oompf Fit-Club) helping to increase my strength on both sides of my body. Helping me enhance my sprinting form. He has done the same thing with my Shot Put and Discus form. Having me practice these skills during every session. These sessions aren’t easy at all. But my favorite exercise is pulling the sled. As I’m writing this, the most weight I pulled on the sled is 315 lbs. My best pulling the sled while sprinting is 220 lbs. As of me writing this. Pulling the sled makes me so happy and my trainer knows it. But it’s super challenging especially since my Cerebral Palsy right side doesn’t work as well as my non-affected side in every exercise. Especially my Cerebral Palsy fingers because it’s hard to hold the grips on all of the machines that I have use special grips that I can hold on to while doing strength exercises. I have no control of my right fingers and my right toes due to my Cerebral Palsy right side while also using machines hard to use. My trainer has to do twice the amount of work trying to modify everything because of my Cerebral Palsy but he’s willing to do it for me to achieve my goals. Which he doesn’t have to do. Again he goes the extra mile which I’m thankful for.

    I also play Field Hockey for (Long Island Field Hockey on their Field Hockey 4 All Team). That’s been an obstacle as well trying to figure out how to hold the Field Hockey stick with only my left arm because I can’t grip the Field Hockey stick with my right arm. Figuring out how to hold the stick, hit the ball, and run at the same time was a challenge to master. I’m grateful to my head coaches (Danielle and Mallory) for helping me to figure out how to play the game safely. I also have to wear my leg brace, my helmet, and a sports sling on my right arm since I can’t hold the stick, during practices and tournaments. I also made the National Disabled Program Field Hockey Team. I was shocked that I made the team. But I didn’t give up and neither did they.

     

     

    Having relationships with everyone that I wrote about in these blogs have been there in the happy times in my life as well the dark times of life. They were all listening to me, and were willing to find a solution, all at the time being so supportive it’s not even funny. I know that no one of the people had to do that but they were happy to do it. I will have a relationship with them. I have no doubt they will do anything for me and that’s why they will have a special part in my heart. There’s no way I’ll ever be able to repay them. I’m so thankful and blessed beyond belief to have all of them in my life and will have a relationship with them for the rest of my life.

     

  • When I usually check dj events on socials, I most of the time checked the songs that interests me. Sometimes it’s like a never ending moment with the most cherished songs that a lot of people would never get tired of when the melody has a good rhythm to the beats. When I hear most of my favourite EDM or Drum n Bass Artists, I would get pumped to see which concert, nightclub or music festival depending on popularity size of where and when they perform the shows. Generally I get excited because it’s the same type of music pitch the raise like I used to hear it on the radio which most Dance Artists in general wanna raise the pitch to make the song sound more appealing to the fans of the audience.

    It could be music videos from the special type of video that wasn’t the main official video, or it could be your workout show or it could be your drive to playlist or it could be just for your favourite tunes. Maybe it could your favourite artist that you want to see but you don’t feel comfortable going to large crowds where it’s too cramped or if it’s too late to step up for a late night party that starts by midnight or maybe you don’t wanna to travel too far and fear of going to the city at night.

    Most people seemed comfortable going to warehouses at nightclubs but for myself I don’t feel comfortable going to warehouses at night or don’t want to see an artist that late at night because sometimes I wish I want to see them badly which makes me feel sad. I would love to see a EDM or Drum n Bass concert some point in life which hopefully I can see them for a once in a lifetime opportunity to see them for real life.

    Sub Focus & Wilkinson – Ready to Fly (The song was at the warehouse which I can they raise the pitch in the Official Video which its rare in Official Music Videos
    Kanine with all of the songs high pitch like if some if it would be on the radio
    One Hour Live Show with Tsuki at DnB All Stars 360 can be great to workout if you to dance to the fire beats
    When Avicii and Nicky Romero had their successful song of 2013 I Could Be the One at some Music Festival
    Oliver Heldens played I’m Good by David Guetta and Bebe Rexha at a show
    Aleya Mae shows her latest songs and thanked thousands of fans and supporters for listening to her amazing music

    Here’s the rest of the song underneath below through all of the platforms of songs and festivals on socials.

  • While United States, Canada and the United Kingdom had problems with financial issues and support for the people with disabilities. Countries that have a lot of money to support the system of Disabilities Rights. The Countries that give them successful services like Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Portugal. Japan, The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Spain, Denmark.

    The viewership overseas, our goal is to increase viewership around the world to see our genius ideas of our brilliant minds which we want to expand viewership around the globe outside of the United States which it’s based on Long Island. During our first 2 years we had top 10 viewership from the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, China, Ecuador, India, South Africa, Germany, Pakinstain

    I think in some countries that get resources and most international cities are very friendly that they can use transportation from anywhere since they most don’t drive a car like most of Europe has a great resource of walking places and town centre’s because it was the oldest landmarks of buildings in the world where everything is close which sadly most of the western countries had some access.

    The resources have extended media attention in recent years Since DLA is a non-diagnosis specific benefit, having an autism diagnosis does not guarantee eligibility; however, many kids on the autism spectrum do. Additionally, there is no means testing involved, so your income and savings are not taken into consideration.

    Some countries has great Support services while others doesn’t have the best system because it depends of the government and legislatives of each country.

    International lifestyles

    The changes of Disability rights

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    • The Matildas vs The Lionesses:
      Both Matildas vs Lions had played their most competitive performance.This has been the biggest sporting event so far in Australia History while Australia plays against England. The Matildas were determined to get their first World Cup Finalists as the host since the USA did back in 1999. Tony Gustavsson was hoping if Australia could get … Read more
  • The Hyatt Hotel is the place where our Autisticana Group is moving to the Huppague Location for the Summer so we can go live the life of paradise in a hotel like Conference Room so can have our meetings about the future and other work tasks for the support or presentations for our classmates if they want to bring something important to bring up which we can use the board room for a private meeting something serious about business or one on one conversation expressing you’re feelings. There’s also a swimming pool indoor and outdoor which there’s a Fitness Room to go on the treadmills or lift weights if you want to get strong or just to do some exercise and the options of the interesting restaurants included the buffet. There’s also a bedroom to relax and make coffee or relax on your comfy bed while enjoy the moment.

    The History about the Hyatt Hotel started when Jay Pritzker founded the Hyatt Corporation in 1957 when he purchased the Hyatt House motel near the Los Angeles International Airport 12. He then worked with his brother, Donald Pritzker, and other family businesses to grow the company into a North American management and hotel ownership company. The company went public in 1962, and in 1968, Hyatt International was formed as a separate public company. The Pritzker family business interests took both Hyatt Corporation and Hyatt International Corporation private in 1979 and 1982, respectively. In 2004, the hospitality businesses owned by the Pritzker family, including Hyatt Corporation and Hyatt International Corporation, were consolidated under a single entity, now known as Hyatt Hotels Corporation. The statement in the search results is accurate. Hyatt Regency Atlanta was the first Hyatt Regency property and its design was innovative for its time 12, featuring a dramatic 22-story atrium lobby. This design spawned many imitators and set a new standard for hotel design, cementing Hyatt’s position as a leader in global hospitality. The Hyatt Regency Hong Kong opens as the company’s first overseas site in 1969. In 1972, the Hyatt launches a central reservations office in Omaha, Nebraska, along with a dedicated toll-free 800 number, demonstrating its commitment to providing top-notch customer service. Opening in 1980, the Grand Hyatt in New York and the Park Hyatt in Chicago provide Hyatt two enduring brands. The Hyatt Gold Passport debuts as the hotel chain’s reward program in 1987. The Hyatt Sunset Harbor in Key West, Florida, serves as the company’s point of entry into the holiday ownership market in the year 1995.

    Into the 21st Century, The Hyatt Place brand debuts in Lombard, Illinois, in 2006. Hyatt purchased Summerfield Suites at the same time in an effort to enter the extended stay industry. On London’s Liverpool Street, the stylist Andaz brand makes its debut.The Hyatt goes public in 2009 and starts trading on the NYSE with the ticker H. Then, in 2011, Hyatt Thrive debuts as the company’s global platform for corporate responsibility. One year later The Hyatt Summerfield Suites underwent a rebranding as Hyatt House in 2012. With the introduction of the Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara brands in Mexico in 2013, Hyatt has ventured its presence in the quickly expanding all-inclusive resort market. The Hyatt Centric brand debuts in 2015 with the official opening of its first property in Chicago, offering stylish accommodations for the cosmopolitan tourist in the heart of the city. The Unbound Collection by Hyatt joins the company’s portfolio as the 12th brand in 2016 and offers travelers a wide variety of unique experiences. As a fresh wave continues to emerge in 2017, contemporary times World of Hyatt, a revamped loyalty program, debuts on March 1 with the goal of deepening connection with Hyatt’s most devoted customers. In furtherance of its mission, Hyatt has acquired the Miraval brand to join the wellness market. With an industry-first Bonus Points fitness category, the new World of Hyatt Credit Card rewards cardholders for how they work, live, and travel in 2018. After completing the acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality, Hyatt added the brands Alila, Destination by Hyatt, JdV by Hyatt, and Thompson Hotels to its portfolio of hotels and resorts. The Hyatt has launched two new hotel brands in 2019: UrCove, a brand created in a partnership with BTG Homeinns Hotels Group to serve the expanding upper-midscale market of frequent business visitors in China, and Caption by Hyatt, a lifestyle brand created to encourage personal relationships.
    With a freshly created mobile app, more Small Luxury Hotels of the World destinations, and new partnerships with American Airlines and Lindblad Expeditions, World of Hyatt continues to develop, connect, and contribute to the program.

    The Hyatt and Headspace, a pioneer in mindfulness and meditation, will collaborate on a new global wellbeing initiative beginning on January 15, 2020. In the World of Hyatt app and in rooms at participating Hyatt hotels, members have access to a curated selection of meditations and sleep exercises. Hyatt is the first hotel company to agree to receive STARTM accreditation from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC). The Global Care & cleaning Commitment, which expands on Hyatt’s very stringent safety and cleaning standards, includes the GBAC STAR accreditation. On the 2nd of November, 2021, Hyatt revealed plans to acquire Apple Leisure Group (ALG), a premier provider of luxury resort-management services, travel, and hospitality. AMRTM Collection, which comprises of over 100 hotels and resorts spread across 10 nations, is a distinctive collection of resort brands.Expeditions.

    https://about.hyatt.com/en/hyatthistory.html

  • The 2023 AFL Season’s Home Opener was played by the GWS Giants. At Giants Stadium in Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales, the Great Western Sydney Giants opened the AFL Season by playing against the Adelaide Crows. For a Sunday afternoon game, it was extremely hot and muggy, and few spectators showed up to support the Giants. Adam Kingsley was in his first season as the GWS Giants’ head coach. Many of the people that attended the game ended up watching the game in the shade since it was too hot to see in most areas of the stadium without a shaded space because the sun was (38°C) (100°F) in Sydney during the Heatwave. There were over 8,000 fans, and it hasn’t been that empty since all of the restrictions of the Pandemic Season.

    The Match started off with the 1st Quarter Matt Flynn took the mark and got himself the first goal of the season for the Giants around the first 2 minutes. Afterwards, the Adelaide Crows slowly got themselves the lead with the help from Taylor Walker who took the sharpest goal after a quick out of bounds paused. The Crows took themselves the lead while an unforgettable mark from Harry Himmelberg and it looks like an early mark of the year contender which was outstandingly incredible. Harry Himmelberg soars his new heights with this breathtaking screamer which everyone went wild over a big save on the mark. Brent Daniels took a good kick to goal but it doesn’t stop the Crows to resume the lead to move on to the 2nd Quarter.

    Harry Himmelberg who is has the best mark so far this season

    The Crows continued to surrender the Giants for a gap to resume the lead but Toby Greene refused to give up and took actions to save the Giants to but themselves back on the scoreboard with a couple of behinds. Darcy Fogarty had the ball over the 50 meter line and got the goal which the Giants couldn’t find a way to get close to them. The GWS Giants has generated nine of the last 11 inside 50 entries leading into the goal to Toby Greene for a quick turnaround by giving the fans some hope. Afterwards, Ben Keays got himself a goal and moments later, Josh Rachele did the long kick to Ben Keays and passed it to Izak Rankie by stoping the ball to kick it to the goal. The Giants were puffed out and took out their energy to stay in the game which the match ended at Halftime with the Adelaide Crows leading (4.8) 60 – (8.12) 32. Kingsley was not impressed with the way they play and the heat caused them to become more exhausted which the team huddled up to change their style of play.

    They started the third quarter by releasing the Orange Tsunami Alarm to help the players wake up and become alert. The Giants seized command and used their competitive side to get back on the scoreboard shortly after the Orange Tsunami took control, beginning with a behind from Jesse Hogan. The Crows’ excellent defense forced them to drop the ball when defender Nick Haynes booted it to Toby Greene, and the players alternated between letting it go and even attempting to hold on. Thanks to Matthew Flynn and Adam Kennedy, Toby Greene was able to roll up the ball and kick it into the goal square, earning 6 points. Outside of the box, Finn Callaghan passed the ball. After Jesse Hogan received the ball from Finn Callaghan outside the center square, the Giants were able to reduce the deficit and take the lead. Then Callan Ward, a midfielder, made the ultimate sacrifice by kicking the ball over the 50-meter line and into the goal. Jesse Hogan then seized the goal to move toward the leading area.After that, Harry Himmelberg scored followed by his brother Elliot Himmelberg, a player for the Adeldale Crows, which thrilled the crowd despite the Giants’ four-goal deficit. The Himmelberg brothers have traded goals for each team, with Harrison scoring the most recent one after an interception in the offensive half. Before the Giants grabbed the lead, Shane McAdam tackled Jacob Wehr, in a risky way, forcing him out of the game. Jack Buckley then pushed McAdam for his conduct, costing the Giants one of their players. Since Tom Green ultimately gave the GWS Giants the lead while everyone else was tackling for the ball, the Giants did not give up their position by putting themselves in the lead for the winning opportunity. The Giants are in front, and the margins are no longer razor-thin. Despite this, Josh Rachele’s deft touch on the final goal allowed the Crows to regain the lead. After that, the Adeldale Crows player Elliot Himmelberg and his brother Harry Himmelberg both scored, thrilling the crowd despite the Giants’ four-goal deficit. Both teams have seen goals from the Himmelberg brothers, with Harrison netting the most recent one following an offensive-half interception. Before the Giants took the lead, Jacob Wehr was taken out of the game after a reckless tackle by Shane McAdam. After that, Jack Buckley pushed McAdam, costing the Giants one of their players for his behavior. Since Tom Green ultimately gave the GWS Giants the lead while everyone else was tackling for the ball, the Giants did not give up their position by putting themselves in the lead for the winning opportunity. The Giants are in front, and the margins are no longer razor-thin. Despite this, Josh Rachele’s deft touch on the final goal allowed the Crows to regain the lead.

    Toby Greene kept the team going
    The goal given the GWS Giants the lead

    The Giants and their supporters were thrilled for a significant comeback, including the Orange Tsunami Alarm for the good luck charm, when the fourth quarter started with a 5 point margin between the Giants and the Crows. Everyone in the vicinity of the match has been feeling the intense heat, but Stephen Coniglio started the run and kicked it to Jesse Hogan by giving it to Toby Greene to regain the lead. As Adelaide fumbled the ball to the Giants as the Giants were regaining the lead, Stephen Coniglio slipped the tackle and launched the ball to score the clearance by leading away from the Crows. Josh Rachele scored another goal inside the 50 for Adelaide after the Giants suffered two setbacks. In the space of almost the final eight minutes of play, Taylor Walker complained to the referee in the square box about the Giants’ free kick while Adelaide was called for a penalty that should have been a Giants free kick. This cost the Crows a significant turnover. The Giants were able to win their first game at home on opening day despite the extreme heat thanks to a goal from Nick Haynes after a brief dispute with the referee. The Sportsman Engine has demonstrated the ability to never give up, which is precisely what the Giants should do. Everyone was fatigued and exhausted, so the Giants had several water breaks, but it didn’t stop Jesse Hogan from kicking a long range shot to provide the Giants 100 points and stepping up to put them in action of working as a team to lead the Crows by 17. The Crows were too late to catch for the easiness of the outcome, but Luke Pedlar had time to grab the goal down by 11 with just over 2 minutes to go. The Giants kept the ball on the ground, and Brent Daniels scored the last goal beyond the two-minute mark. The Giants won the opening match and home game of the 2023 season by playing all over the field. The discomfort and humidity took their toll on their performance, but it didn’t stop the Giants from pulling off an amazing victory.

    Toby Greene kept his head up and make sure that the Giants were in control
    The Giants extended their lead to take the win
    Adam Kingsley

    Even though everyone was exhausted from playing in the tropical sweltering heat, the GWS Giants never give up, and that’s precisely what they did to survive in Adam Kingsley’s first coaching season with the Giants. The supporters never gave up on the game and were proud to support their team and the overall love of the game. In order to prove that they actually stood up and achieved victory, particularly in the sweltering heat, the players pursue themselves in the struggle to win it like in the Hunger Games.

    Adam Kingsley was impressed with their performance, and it undoubtedly succeeded in rousing the crowd by using the Orange Tsunami as a wake-up call. The squad sang in the locker room following their victory and continues to do so whenever they win a game. Toby Greene, who fought to keep going even as the squad struggled to find a way to win, is fully liable for the team’s success. Despite the fact that the Giants performed admirably in the preseason, his insight and bravery helped the club recognize that they should never surrender despite the fact that the searing heatwave grew stronger. The GWS Giants could continue to play well enough to win during the season.

    GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY 2.2 4.8 10.11 15.16 (106)
    ADELAIDE CROWS 4.9 8.12 10.16 12.18 (90)

    GOALS
    Greater Western Sydney:
    Greene 4, Hogan 3, Daniels 2, Ward, H.Himmelberg, Haynes, Green, Flynn, Coniglio
    Adelaide:
    Rachele 3, Rankine 2, Fogarty 2, Walker, Pedlar, McAdam, Keays, E.Himmelberg

    BEST
    Greater Western Sydney:
    Greene, Coniglio, Green, Ward, Kelly, Callaghan, Hogan
    Adelaide:
    Rachele, Dawson, Rankine, Keays

    INJURIES
    Greater Western Sydney:
    Perryman (hamstring), Whitfield (concussion), Kelly (concussion)
    Adelaide:
    Murray (leg)

    LATE CHANGE
    Greater Western Sydney:
    Leek Aleer replaced in selected side by Jack Buckley
    Adelaide:
    Nil

    SUBSTITUTES
    Greater Western Sydney:
    Adam Kennedy (replaced Harry Perryman in first quarter)
    Adelaide:
    Tyler Brown (replaced Nick Murray in third quarter)

    Crowd: 8169 at Giants Stadium

  • By: Lisette Alexander

    HISTORY OF THE STUFFED MUSHROOM While the exact origin is unknown, stuffed mushrooms hit the food scene sometime between the mid-19th century and early 20th century. There is no one consensus on this, but it is unanimously agreed that the credit for this dish goes to the Italians, as the original stuffed mushrooms recipes hail from Italy, and the dish is very similar to another dish enjoyed by the Italians, stuffed zucchini. In the 19th century, the French started exploring fungi for consumption, leading to the first widespread cultivation of mushrooms for eating. The brown crimini mushroom was the go-to choice for most, but what started as an acquired taste eventually expanded to accept more gourmet flavors of mushrooms such as shiitakes, morels, and the rare and expensive truffles. Mushrooms are commonly filled with garlic, breadcrumbs, parsley, and cheese, but there are countless filling possibilities. Restaurants started serving stuffed mushrooms as a delicacy in the 1940s, using exotic ingredients such as crabmeat for the filling.

    Since then, stuffed mushrooms have become a popular appetizer and side dish, and their versatility has made them a go-to option for both home cooks and professional chefs. While the traditional ingredients remain popular, creative twists on the recipe have emerged, such as using goat cheese, bacon, spinach, or even quinoa as a filling.

    In recent years, there has been a growing interest in plant-based and vegan cuisine, leading to a rise in vegan stuffed mushroom recipes that use ingredients such as tofu, tempeh, or cashew cheese as a filling. Stuffed mushrooms have also become a popular option for those following a low-carb or gluten-free diet, as they offer a satisfying, flavorful option without the added carbs or gluten.

    Overall, the stuffed mushroom has evolved over time and continues to be a popular dish around the world. Whether served as an appetizer, side dish, or main course, stuffed mushrooms are a tasty and versatile dish that is here to stay.

    Spanakopita, also known as spinach pie, is a savory pastry dish that has existed within Greek cuisine for a long time. Spanakopita makes a great appetizer before a larger meal or a delicious afternoon snack to tide you over before dinner. Here are some basic facts about this mouth-watering Greek food treat.

  • “Life is too short, eat dessert first. The first thing we do is add apple, next we then we add the sunflower butter

    Yes, that’s true! Apples are a great source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making them a healthy option for dessert. Baking apples brings out their natural sweetness, making them a great alternative to sugary desserts. Additionally, baked apples are a great option for those who are looking for a low-calorie dessert. They are also very versatile and can be made with different spices and toppings, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, raisins, and nuts.

    Overall, baked apples are a delicious and healthy way to enjoy a sweet treat. Whether you’re looking for a quick dessert to make at home or a dish to impress your guests, baked apples are a great choice.

    It is great to see your passion for cooking and love for trying different recipes from different countries. Baked apples, or pecheni yabalki, are a classic dessert that have been enjoyed for centuries, with the first recorded recipe for baked apples believed to date back to the 1685 edition of the London cookbook “The Accomplisht Cook”. Over time, the recipe has evolved and been adapted in different countries and regions, including Bulgaria, where the addition of walnuts makes the recipe a little more unique. With various ingredients such as brown sugar, cinnamon, honey, and raisins, the recipe can vary, but the one common ingredient is the walnuts. It is wonderful that you got to try the traditional Bulgarian version of baked apples and enjoyed serving it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Ingredients:

    • 6 medium apples
    • 1 cup brown sugar
    • 1 tsp cinnamon
    • 1 cup walnuts, chopped
    • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
    • 1 tsp vanilla extract
    • 2 cups water

    Instructions:

    1. Preheat the oven to 350°F (180°C).
    2. Wash and dry the apples. Cut off the tops and use a spoon or apple core to remove the core and seeds.
    3. In a bowl, mix together the brown sugar, cinnamon, and chopped walnuts.
    4. Fill the cavities of each apple with the sugar-walnut mixture.
    5. Place the apples in a baking dish and dot them with small pieces of butter.
    6. Pour the water into the bottom of the baking dish and add the vanilla extract.
    7. Bake the apples for 45-60 minutes, or until they are soft and the filling is bubbly.
    8. Serve the baked apples warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of the sauce from the bottom of the baking dish. Enjoy!

    These points are all interesting and showcase the significance of apples in history, culture, and society. The apple has a long and rich history, and its evolution from a bitter fruit to the sweet and diverse fruit we know today is a result of selective breeding and cultivation by different civilizations. The association of apples with fairyland and the tradition of apple bobbing at Halloween are examples of the cultural significance of apples. The Victorian era saw a major increase in the number of apple varieties being grown and a lot of work was put into studying apples and testing their suitability for cultivation. The importance of apples can be seen in the formation of organizations such as the British Pomological Association, and in works like Robert Hogg’s British Pomology. Your food historian friend Joanna’s research on the social and cultural history of the apple and the orchard is a valuable contribution to the understanding of this important fruit.

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    Our New Cook Book !

    Small Bites, Big Taste

    Authors by: Dr. Christine Grimaldi & Scott Weisbrot

    We decided to create a few different recipes for pizza appetizers, as newsmaker investigators, the first thing we investigated was where pizza was created.

    Pizza originated from ancient civilizations such as the Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians who ate their bread in the form of flatbreads with toppings. In the 18th century, pizza was born in Naples, Italy as a cheap and simple dish for the poor. It was not until the late 19th century that pizza gained more respect and popularity, particularly when Italian Raffaele Esposito made a pizza for Queen Margherita in 1889, which was named after her and had the colors of the Italian flag as toppings. Pizza began to spread to other parts of the world, particularly in the United States, through Italian immigrants and the opening of pizzerias and pizza chains. Today, pizza is a beloved and popular fast food enjoyed by people all over the world.

    We decided to do a taste among the appetizers we created. We created gluten-free dairy-free, and traditional options to create a pizza for all abilities. Then we did a taste test, and I must say that they all came in 1st place. It was interesting to experience different kinds of crust from naan bread “the Indian form of pizza.” From gluten to dairy-free to oil and fat full.

    My favorite is the apple bacon pizza.

    1 ball of pizza dough
    ½ cup (125 mL) white Sauce (recipe follows)
    1 cup (250 mL) shredded mozzarella cheese
    2 tablespoons (30 mL) caramelized onions (recipe below)
    1 teaspoon (5 mL) chopped fresh thyme
    3 strips (3 ounces/85 g) bacon, cooked and cut into 1-inch (2.5 cm) chunks (about ¼ cup/60 mL)
    ½ apple, cored and thinly sliced (we use Golden Delicious)
    ¼ cup (60 mL) grated smoked cheddar cheese, for garnish
    5 fresh sage leaves, for garnish

    Here are the instructions that will give you a recipe to make a pizza by using a pizza tray or stone. The recipe starts by preheating the oven to 550°F (290°C) and letting the pizza stone heat for an additional 30 minutes. If you don’t have a pizza stone, you can use a rimless baking sheet instead. Once the oven is preheated, the dough is stretched and placed on a floured pizza peel or rimless baking sheet, then topped with white sauce, mozzarella, caramelized onions, thyme, bacon, and apple slices. The pizza is then transferred to the preheated pizza stone or baking sheet and baked for 9 minutes (or 11 minutes if using a baking sheet), keeping a close eye on it. Once it’s done, it’s removed from the oven, garnished with smoked cheddar and sage leaves, sliced, and served immediately. To make it gluten and dairy free, you can substitute the cheese for vegan options or remove it from the recipe. There are so many gluten-free options for pizza dough. At Autisticana, we enjoyed chickpea, lentil, or cauliflower dough substitutes. Why don’t you enjoy and experience all the options there are out there for dietary restrictions.

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