NHS delays patient data-sharing scheme amid privacy backlash

first_imgThe British Medical Association and the Royal College of GPs are among the bodies to raise concerns about the controversial project. In a joint letter they urged NHS Digital to “take immediate action to run a public information campaign”. NHS delays patient data-sharing scheme amid privacy backlash Also Read: Refugee nurses channelled into the NHS through new scheme NHS Digital said entire GP records would not be collected, and any information saved would be pseudonymised to protect patients’ identities. James Warrington It comes after the plans were met with criticism from privacy campaigners, who have raised concerns about a lack of transparency and a failure to communicate the new system with patients. The NHS has delayed plans to create a central database to pool data belonging to millions of patients following a backlash over privacy concerns. Also Read: Nurse who cared for Boris Johnson resigns as she is ‘sick of not getting respect and pay rise NHS deserves’ “We are absolutely determined to take people with us on this mission. We take our responsibility to safeguard the data we hold incredibly seriously,” said Simon Bolton, chief executive of NHS Digital. Tuesday 8 June 2021 8:15 pm Patients will be able to opt out of the system. NHS Digital had originally set a deadline for opting out of 23 June, but this was dropped after campaigners threatened legal action.  The plans will see NHS Digital collect patient information in a central database (Getty Images) center_img Show Comments ▼ It added that data can only be collected by approved organisations using it for healthcare planning and research purposes, and they would only get the specific data required. But the system will now go live on 1 September — two months later than the original launch date. whatsapp Lord Bethell, junior health minister in the House of Lords, today said the delay was to ensure the project was “as effective as possible”. “We intend to use the next two months to speak with patients, doctors, health charities and others to strengthen the plan even further.” Share whatsapp Tags: Digital health NHS Digital confirmed it will go ahead with the project, which will collect information on conditions and medications, as well as other data from GP records, and make them available to third parties.last_img read more

Is the Antiquities Act antiquated? Murkowski wants Alaskans approval for future national monuments

first_imgAlaska’s Energy Desk | Climate ChangeIs the Antiquities Act antiquated? Murkowski wants Alaskans approval for future national monumentsMarch 3, 2017 by Elizabeth Jenkins, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Juneau Share:Misty Fiords National Monument is known for its dramatic granite cliffs. Pictured is a view from Rudyerd Bay. (File photo by Leila Kheiry/KRBD)Alaska has five national monuments — public lands that are given special protections, and Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski doesn’t want anymore of the state added to that list.She re-introduced a congressional bill in January to limit the Antiquities Act, which gives the president the sweeping authority to make those designations.Audio Playerhttps://media.ktoo.org/2017/03/06AntiqueAct.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.In Barack Obama’s last year in office, some wondered whether the president would use the Antiquities Act to lock up offshore drilling leases in the Arctic Ocean. He did it a different way, but those types of land or water designations still have some Alaska legislators worried.“It’s clear to some degree the federal authorities are, in my opinion, overreaching,” said Rep. Dan Saddler, a House Republican from Eagle River.In a meeting Thursday at the capitol, legislators discussed a joint House resolution to back Murkowski’s congressional bill: essentially, a letter of support to overhaul the Antiquities Act. The bill outlines that the president would need approval from Congress and the state before creating a national monument.The Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) thinks it’s a good idea. Ed Fogels, a deputy commissioner with DNR, said the Antiquities Act was created more than 100 years ago to protect sacred and cultural sites from things like grave robbing.“You know, we’re seeing an expansion of that to where vast areas are put aside and it may not be necessarily in the spirit of that intent of the (Act),” Fogels said.In a controversial decision, President Jimmy Carter created at least 11 National Monuments in Alaska in 1978. Congress later acted on a significant conservation bill that rolled some of those monuments into national parks. The Antiquities Act gave Carter the authority to make that decision quickly.Erik Grafe, an attorney with Earthjustice, thinks it’s an important tool for a president to have.“Presidents from Teddy Roosevelt to George W. Bush to Obama have used that to protect things from large swaths of the ocean to the Statue of Liberty,” Grafe said.Grafe said the Antiquities Act can still be used the way it was intended because important sacred and cultural sites have a new threat.“It’s as relevant in Alaska as anywhere else and maybe even more so because of climate change,” Grafe said.But Ed Fogels, with DNR, said Alaska’s current fiscal crisis is a reason to be concerned.“Our economy is based on responsible natural resource development,” Fogels said. “So, the less of that lands there is, the less of a land base we have to work with.”If Murkowski’s bill makes it through Congress, it won’t undo Alaska’s existing national monuments, but it will create an extra step in the process and make it more difficult for the president to make sweeping designations.States like Utah are going a step further, urging President Donald Trump to overturn national monument designations made under President Obama.Share this story:last_img read more

Pub firms left in limbo by MP vote to slash beer tie

first_imgTuesday 18 November 2014 8:48 pm Pub firms left in limbo by MP vote to slash beer tie Read This NextRicky Schroder Calls Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl ‘Ignorant Punk’ forThe WrapCNN’s Brian Stelter Draws Criticism for Asking Jen Psaki: ‘What Does theThe WrapPink Floyd’s Roger Waters Denies Zuckerberg’s Request to Use Song in Ad:The WrapDid Donald Trump Wear His Pants Backwards? Kriss Kross Memes Have AlreadyThe Wrap2 HFPA Members Resign Citing a Culture of ‘Corruption and Verbal Abuse’The Wrap’Crazy Rich Asians’ Director Wishes He Made South Asian Roles ‘More Human’The WrapHarvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to California to Face Sexual AssaultThe Wrap’Black Widow’ First Reactions: ‘This Is Like the MCU’s Bond Movie’The Wrap’The View’: Meghan McCain Calls VP Kamala Harris a ‘Moron’ for BorderThe Wrap whatsapp Michael Bow Bow Tags: NULL Pub companies suffered a bitter setback last night after parliament voted to let landlords buy their beer on the open market, opening the door to a historic overhaul of the industry.In a surprise loss for the government, MPs voted 284 to 269 to remove the obligation for around 13,000 UK landlords to buy their beer from the company which controls the pub.The amendment will force pub firms to offer a so-called market rent only option for their tenants. Firms including Punch Taverns, Spirit Pub Company, Greene King and Enterprise Inns will now wait to see if last night’s decision passes a second vote in the House of Lords.“This will fundamentally change our business model,” one of the pub companies warned last night. “We are looking at our legal position and the implications.”“It’s bad news for publicans and bad news for the company,” another said.Any change to the current model would not come in for at least two years, under the proposals outlined. Landlords are currently forced to purchase their stock from the company which owns the pub, often at elevated prices, campaigners say.British Beer & Pub Association boss Brigid Simmonds said a change in the law would “hugely damage investment” in the industry, adding that 1,400 pubs would close, with the loss of 7,000 jobs.The parliamentary challenge has been led by minister for consumer affairs Jo Swinson and Lib Dem backbencher Greg Mulholland. Organisations like the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) welcomed the reforms, saying they would boost the industry. Show Comments ▼ whatsapp Sharelast_img read more

Portlaoise Panthers, The Rose of Tralee and Yankee Candles – Here’s Our Tweets of the Week

first_img Previous articleLaois U15 hurlers reach Arrabawn final after overcoming WexfordNext articleHawkes leads Clough-Ballacolla to U14 shield victory Sarah Cullenhttp://www.laoistoday.ieSarah Cullen is a Journalism and New Media graduate from the University of Limerick. A Portlaoise native, she is happiest when tweeting and talking about dogs. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By Sarah Cullen – 25th August 2018 Pinterest TAGSTop TweetsTweets The Panthers should be so proud.General reminder that EP is in Laois. Laois is relevant and not a forgotten county. Thanks, bye.— Bobby (@BobbyORinn) August 22, 2018Laois is great.if I could make my own yankee candle scent it would 100 percent be chicken fillet roll— Cathal O’Sullivan (@mista_osullivan) August 19, 2018We believe this would make millions.When you hear you’re can cracking open at 11am on the Friday of the picnic ? pic.twitter.com/YZqSDVQGmG— ana⭐️ (@anal_owry) August 23, 2018What a feeling!My mam’s friend told me her new nephew was named Lewis and my sleep-deprived ass forgot that was an actual name and just laughed and said ‘ding ding ding, haha, why do they love the luas so much’— that pesky rat (@Neeyuv) August 24, 2018We’ve all been there.Grainne Hogan is some craic, we didn’t win the Leinster final but lads we could win Rose of Tralee #LaoisLaoisLaois #RoseOfTralee— Aedín (@_Aedin) August 20, 2018 Community This week we saw our stunning Laois Rose do us proud in Tralee, the Portlaoise Panthers playing a blinder in the World Championships and unusual offers for Electric Picnic tickets.It’s our tweets of the wee[email protected] Shauna Dooley leading tonight’s pre game chant! Great win last night , with Israel to come today. Great to be here and has been worth the trip across Europe to watch the 3 girls play @LaoisToday @LaoisNews pic.twitter.com/8fokOcAcHo — jack scully (@jacklaois) August 21, 2018 How proud are we of our 3 Panthers girls playing for Ireland v Kosovo yesterday, watch this super clip of the three of them craft a magnificent three pointer during their win. @BballIrl @Express_Sport pic.twitter.com/90DRUZpNxY— Portlaoise Panthers (@plaoisepanthers) August 19, 2018 The Laois rose milks cows!!! Laois for the win!!!! #Roseoftralee #Teamdairy pic.twitter.com/v9WY2HzpnE— Shane McAuliffe (@ShaneMcAuliffe1) August 18, 2018Great support was shown for the Lovely Laois Rose.Whatever chance of winning tickets for EP on Facebook, but swap for straw hahahahaha pic.twitter.com/zsQIWvOqFJ— The Big Nasty (@Emmet_2011) August 23, 2018People are really getting desperate..The Rock of Dunamase in Co. Laois dates back many hundreds of years. The Rock stands 46m tall and was ideal as a defensive position with its view right up to the Slieve Bloom Mountains.https://t.co/4u2JkVYM5K pic.twitter.com/tEQ5iEMyDS— Discover Ireland (@GoToIrelandGB) August 24, 2018An underrated gem.SEE ALSO – WATCH: Makeup artist joins up with LaoisToday to create stunning Electric Picnic makeover The Laois Rose is a strong independent farmer who don’t need no man with road frontage, she’s got her own. #RoseofTralee— Brianna Parkins (@parkinsbrea) August 20, 2018 Facebook Facebookcenter_img Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Community Portlaoise Panthers, The Rose of Tralee and Yankee Candles – Here’s Our Tweets of the Week Council Home Uncategorised Portlaoise Panthers, The Rose of Tralee and Yankee Candles – Here’s Our… UncategorisedWe Are Laois New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening WhatsApp Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Pinterestlast_img read more

Your guide to Laois’s Leinster football quarter-final against Westmeath

first_img Twitter Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory By Alan Hartnett – 26th May 2019 Your guide to Laois’s Leinster football quarter-final against Westmeath TAGSLaois v WestmeathLeinster football championship Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results WhatsApp GAA WhatsApp Home Sport GAA Your guide to Laois’s Leinster football quarter-final against Westmeath SportGAAGaelic FootballLaois Senior Football Team Twitter GAA Previous articleIn Pictures: Laois Marlins take impressive medal haul at the Wexford Summer GalaNext articleCarlow coach Poacher infers Laois ‘leaked’ video which led to bans Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR GAA Facebook Pinterest Laois senior footballers – Paul Dargan Exactly one year ago today, Paul Kingston scored a hat-trick in Tullamore against Westmeath to see Laois into a Leinster championship semi final.This will be the fourth competitive meeting between the two counties in the last 12 months and although Laois prevailed in this venue last time, they have since lost in Mullingar and Croke Park to Westmeath.The winner of this Leinster quarter final will face Meath in two weeks time.Here, we will guide you through all you need to know ahead of today’s big game.Team NewsLaois manager John Sugrue named his team for this game on Friday evening and it shows six changes from the side that lost the Division 3 final to Westmeath in April.Captain Stephen Attride, defender Trevor Collins and key forward Donie Kingston are all out with injury while Eoin Lowry, Marty Scully and Paul Cahillane also miss out.In their places come Denis Booth, Paddy O’Sullivan, Damien O’Connor, Danny O’Reilly, Colm Murphy and Paul Kingston.Paddy O’Sullivan, Sean O’Flynn and Colm Murphy are all named to start, marking three intercounty championship debuts.LAOIS: Graham Brody (Portlaoise); Denis Booth (The Heath), Mark Timmons (Graiguecullen), Gareth Dillon (Portlaoise; Sean O’Flynn (Courtwood), Colm Begley (Stradbally), Paddy O’Sullivan (Portarlington); John O’Loughlin (St Brigid’s), Kieran Lillis (Portlaoise); Daniel O’Reilly (Graiguecullen), Conor Boyle (Portlaoise), Damien O’Connor (Timahoe); Paul Kingston (Arles-Killeen), Colm Murphy (Portarlington), Evan O’Carroll (Crettyard)While Westmeath make just one change as Callum McCormack comes in for Luke Loughlin.WESTMEATH: Eoin Carberry; Kevin Maguire, Boidu Sayeh, Ronan Wallace; James Dolan, Noel Mulligan, Killian Daly; Sam Duncan, Denis Corroon; David Lynch, John Heslin, Callum McCormack; Ronan O’Toole, Kieran Martin, Ger EganWhat has Westmeath’s season been like so far?Westmeath began the year well by defeating Dublin in the O’Byrne Cup final and they carried that form into the league.They saw off Laois in Mullingar in Division 3 and were once again winners when the sides met in Croke Park in the final in April.Both victories were by a margin of three points so Laois will need to turn that around today.What’s the history between the sides?In terms of championship history, before last year, we have to head back to 14 years ago when Laois and Westmeath played a two-part thriller Leinster Final, which saw Laois lose their crown and Westmeath claim their first Leinster title ever under the guidance of Paidie O Sé.That game was the build up of almost 10 years of rivalry where Laois and Westmeath battled for Leinster minor and U-21 titles.Most of those games were played out in Tullamore as well, and on those occasions Laois came out on the losing side, a theme which Laois reversed last year and will be hoping to do again.Who’s the referee?Fergal Kelly of Longford is the man in the middle for this game. He officiated Laois’s Leinster semi final championship win against Carlow last year.What are the odds? Westmeath are slight favourites for this game at 10/11 while Laois are 6/5. The draw is 15/2.When, where and how much?2pm on Sunday, May 26 in O’Connor Park, Tullamore. It’s €25 for adults for stand while terrace is €20, while students and senior citizens will be able to claim €5 rebate upon entrance with relevant I.D. – Stile No: 8 (Stand) and Stile No: 18 (Terrace). U16s are €5 to both stand and terrace.Where can I follow the game?We’ll be live-blogging the game on LaoisToday.ie.Is there a curtain raiser?No but there will be half time entertainment involving some up and coming Laois players.1. Sam Lynch – Ballyadams2. Cillian Tynan – The Heath3. Evan Brophy – Holy Family, Portlaoise4. Manus Dunne – Clonaslee5. Pauric Ramsbottom – Timahoe6. Niall Lalor – Clonaghadoo7. Danny McGrath – Graiguecullen8. Ryan Phelan – Killenard9. Liam Ward – Rath10. Cathal Buggie – StradballyThis game is also part of a double header with Kildare facing Longford at 4pm in the last of the Leinster quarter finals.SEE ALSO – In Pictures: We bid adieu to day one of the local and European elections Pinterest 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshinlast_img read more

Sino-North Korean Trade Grows Again

first_img Facebook Twitter News AvatarChris Green A new report predicts that North Korea’s economy is likely to shrink overall this year in the face of a South Korean prohibition on all non-humanitarian trade and aid with the country, while Chinese trade statistics have revealed that North Korea’s reliance on Chinese imports continues to grow unabated.Korea Development Institute (KDI) has suggested in its regular report on the state of the North Korean economy that it is likely to shrink again this year off the back of a 0.9% contraction in 2009.“Our outlook,” the report explained, “is based on forecasted setbacks to external trade,” and noted the danger of a “precarious situation” that could result from consistent economic decline.Meanwhile, Yonhap has revealed Chinese trade figures that show an 18% growth in overall trade between China and North Korea during the first five months of this year, but also that the trade imbalance between the two shows little sign of narrowing.According to the Chinese trade figures, North Korea imported $727 million of goods from China in the five months to May this year, while only sending goods worth $256 million the other way.This means that imports have risen sharply, while exports have declined. The majority of exports were in the form of primary resources like metal ores and timber, reflecting North Korea’s moribund industrial capacity. By Chris Green – 2010.07.06 4:35pm Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News center_img SHARE Sino-North Korean Trade Grows Again News There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest News North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with Chinalast_img read more

Minju Chosun Takes Swipe at Reunion Idea

first_img News AvatarMok Yong Jae Minju Chosun Takes Swipe at Reunion Idea Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The North Korean Cabinet has issued what appears to be a refusal of South Korean’s suggested working-level contact to deliberate issues of separated family reunions and offered support for pest control at the Koguryo Tombs.The publication of the Cabinet, Minju Chosun issued the refusal, asserting in a commentary piece on Saturday, “The South Chosun authorities speak loudly of some form of ‘reunions’ and ‘exchanges’ while at the same time emphasizing adherence to the ‘May 24th Measures’; it is a blatant deception.”“The traitor faction’s blatant, illogical lies show their intent to mislead domestic and international public opinion and evade responsibility for inter-Korean relations,” it went on, adding, “If the traitor faction really hopes to see separated family reunions and cooperation and exchanges, it is only right that they first answer the questions provided by our Republic’s National Defense Commission policy bureau.” On February 2nd, the National Defense Commission released a set of nine ‘open questions’ to the South, calling satisfactory answers a precondition of dialogue. The issues presented therein included South Korea’s “rude” handling of the death of Kim Jong Il, the Cheonan incident and the shelling of Yeonpyeong Island. South Korea did not issue a response to the demand.However, the South Korean government did then issue two suggestions of its own, one on support for pest control measures and another, issued through the Korea National Red Cross, requesting a working-level meeting on separated families. News center_img Facebook Twitter By Mok Yong Jae – 2012.02.20 11:52am News SHARE There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with Chinalast_img read more

Travel pause with Western Australia will lift tomorrow

first_imgTravel pause with Western Australia will lift tomorrow Hon Chris Hipkins New Zealand will lift the travel pause with Western Australia, effective from midday tomorrow, COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said today.“Quarantine Free Travel will be recommenced from Western Australia at 12 noon, 28 April 2021 for travellers who have not been identified as contacts,” Chris Hipkins said.“For those identified as close contacts, they will need to complete 14 days of self-isolation and provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test before departure for New Zealand.“All casual contacts – those who were at the locations of interest at the published time – will need to self-isolate for 5 days and receive a negative test. An additional New Zealand requirement means they will need to continue to monitor their symptoms in place and will not be allowed to travel to New Zealand until 14 days after they were at the location of interest.“The Government is satisfied the risk is low, based on the advice of the Director-General of Health, and that the Trans-Tasman Bubble is working largely as planned.“The advice is that the Perth cluster appears to be contained and the post-lockdown transition response measures the Western Australia Government introduced will provide an additional layer of assurance,” Chris Hipkins said.These include mandatory mask wearing in public, while at work and on public transport unless exemptions apply; 20-person limit for private indoor and outdoor gatherings as well as bars, restaurants and cafes; and no visitors to aged and disability care facilities and hospitals, except for compassionate reasons and advocacy. The measures will be in place until 12:01am on Saturday, 1 May 2021. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Australia, covid-19, COVID-19 Response, Government, health, Minister, New Zealand, Perth, public transport, quarantine, Trans-Tasman, Transport, travel, Western Australialast_img read more

PeaceHealth Urgent Care Memorial adjusts hours of operation

first_imgPeaceHealth Urgent Care Memorial adjusts hours of operationPosted by ClarkCountyToday.comDate: Monday, April 13, 2020in: Community News, Healthshare 0 The same level of urgent care will be provided by the same health care team, with the only change being the hours of operationVANCOUVER — In response to a decrease in patient volumes during this public health crisis, PeaceHealth Urgent Care Memorial located at 3400 Main Street, Vancouver, is temporarily shifting its hours of operation to opening at 8 a.m. and closing at 8 p.m., seven days a week.The same level of urgent care will be provided by the same health care team, with the only change being the hours of operation.In addition to PeaceHealth Urgent Care Memorial, PeaceHealth Union Station Clinic, located at 315 NE 192nd Avenue, Building 3, Camas, remains open for same-day and walk-in appointments, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.Community members with questions about COVID-19 are encouraged to call the Washington State Department of Health, (800) 525-0127, or go online to www.peacehealth.org/coronavirusFor more information, visit online at peacehealth.org.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:Clark CountyCovid-19Vancouvershare 0 Previous : Vancouver’s Salary Review Commission holding public meetings by telephone April 22 & 24 Next : Clark County Sheriff’s Office investigating injury collision in Hazel DellAdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

'Operation Media Freedom' To Be Held At CU-Boulder April 21-25

first_imgMedia studies students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado at Boulder are staging a weeklong campaign titled “Operation Media Freedom” April 21-25 on the Boulder campus. According to organizers, the events are designed to inform and educate CU students and the Boulder community of the impacts of mainstream media on popular culture and coincide with National Turnoff Your TV Week. The events span five days and will tackle issues such as corporate culture and the media, media and the environment and cultural representations and the media. Another objective of the initiative is to encourage people to find alternatives to watching television.  Scheduled events include a slam poetry competition, “Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace,” a Latin dance class, a film and discussion on the “Hidden Wars of Desert Storm” and a program teaching elementary school students how to watch TV. A series of panel discussions will top off the week of activities. “Dancing to a Latin Beat: Salsa, Meringue and Cha Cha,” a free dance class with Milagros and Tony Cortez at 5 p.m. on Monday, April 21, in the UMC Ballroom, will offer a chance to learn the latest moves while taking a break from the nightly news. The students in Professor Polly McLean’s media and culture class are the official sponsors of the week. Additional sponsors include the Journalism Board and the Fox Theater. For more information call (303) 324-2727 or (720) 352-5676. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: April 17, 2003 last_img read more