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Views:110|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:48Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 This has to be one of the most modern utilitarian Church Buildings in the entire UK.
This is the new Stranmillis Evangelical Presbyterian church building on the Stranmillis road Belfast.
Some people will obviously like the more traditional type of church architecture but I think this building looks fabulous. it is sited in student land and looks like the modern university buildings found nearby. In that sense it fits in well. Stranmillis Evangelical church leaders have obviously put their heads together and come up with a way of producing a building that is multi functional, practical, very modern and I think pleasing to the eye.
Well done Stranmillis Evangelical Church for taking this leap of architectural faith as well as jumping into the 21st century with this fabulous looking building. I wish you well.
Views:1249|Rating:5.00|View Time:56:6Minutes|Likes:7|Dislikes:0 English Language and Literature by Dr. Liza Das & Dr. Krishna Barua,Department of Humanities and Social Sciences,IIT Guwahati.For more details on NPTEL visit
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Views:9356|Rating:3.11|View Time:39Minutes|Likes:23|Dislikes:14 In 38 seconds Steve Prator, Sheriff of Caddo Parish in Louisiana, explains why we need to keep well behaved inmates in jail. If you can’t get child support money, put ’em to work so we can save money on the budget (and make a little too). #modernslaves
Views:1108|Rating:2.63|View Time:39:11Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:9 Jeffry Lane Flake (born December 31, 1962) is an American politician serving as the junior United States Senator from Arizona since 2013 alongside former 2008 presidential nominee John McCain.
Born in Snowflake, Arizona, Flake is a graduate of Brigham Young University and was a Mormon missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to South Africa before working in public affairs, serving as Executive Director of the Foundation for Democracy in Namibia and Executive Director of the Goldwater Institute. A member of the Republican Party, Flake was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 2000 for Arizona’s 1st congressional district. He was redistricted to the Arizona’s 6th congressional district during his first term and was reelected six times, serving from 2001 to 2013 and assigned to the Committee on Appropriations.
Flake decided to run for the U.S. Senate in 2012. He defeated three challengers in the Republican primary and, after a close race, beat Democrat Richard Carmona, the former Surgeon General of the United States, in the general election by 49.2% to 46.2%. Flake was sworn in in January 2013 and serves on the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, the Committee on Foreign Relations, the Committee on the Judiciary and the Special Committee on Aging.
Owing to his opposition to U.S. President Trump, Flake announced on October 24, 2017, that he would retire at the end of his current term instead of seeking reelection in 2018.
In 2018, Flake’s Senate seat will be at stake. Flake angered some Republicans by his criticism of Donald Trump, the party’s nominee in the 2016 election for President. President Trump himself was “furious” that Flake called on him to withdraw from the presidential race after the emergence of the Access Hollywood tape. In August, 2017, Flake published his book Conscience of a Conservative: A Rejection of Destructive Politics and a Return to Principle, which expanded on his criticisms of Donald Trump.
On October 24, 2017, Flake announced he would not seek a second term in the Senate, delivering an impassioned speech on the Senate floor notable for its denunciation of the Trump Administration. Flake’s speech, which was described by McKay Coppins as a “thundering indictment of his party, his president, and his country’s political culture,” was called “the most important speech of 2017” by Chris Cillizza.
Sarah Elizabeth Cupp (born February 23, 1979) is an American conservative political commentator and writer. As of August 21, 2017, she began hosting S.E. Cupp: Unfiltered, a political panel show, co-hosted by Andrew Levy, Monday through Thursday on HLN.
She was a panelist on the CNN political debate show Crossfire, co-author of Why You’re Wrong About the Right, with Brett Joshpe, and the sole author of Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity. She was on the panel for Real News From The Blaze featured on TheBlaze, was formerly a co-host of the afternoon MSNBC talk show The Cycle, and before that, a regular guest host on Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld.
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Views:1192|Rating:5.00|View Time:27:8Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 In the immediate post-World War II years, architects and engineers in the St. Louis region produced a significant inventory of what are now characterized as Mid-century modern buildings. Formal experimentation was prompted by the availability of materials such as structural steel, in a climate in which architecture simultaneously led and responded to the era’s search for the expression of postwar confidence and optimism embodied in phenomena in such as air travel. At the same time, architecture helped mediate the anxieties inherent the atomic age. While new materials defined a leading edge of architecture, St. Louis’ signature material brick experienced a flowering in postwar architecture such as in Eric Mendelsohn’s B’nai Amoona synagogue, producing continuity in the fabric and texture of St. Louis’ built environment. Traditional decorative materials, in particular stained glass, which constitutes a major theme of the modernist narrative, were refreshed by the incorporation of more abstracted, dynamic and modern forms used mainly but not exclusively in church architecture.
I have undertaken extensive research in the context of a recently completed catalogue essay for a Fall 2015 exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum on Modern Design, 1935-65. The advent and adoption of new materials for building emerged as a prominent and pervasive theme in this research. For the JNEM symposium, I propose a presentation based on this research. My paper will provide a broad overview of St. Louis’ modernist architecture of the period, a format which could serve as an introduction to the region’s rich inventory of modernist buildings. My talk would encompass typologies in both the public and private domain including public memorials, recreation facilities, public and private housing, transportation, religious architecture, buildings for education, public libraries and hospitals. The talk would focus on buildings in which materials were essential elements in the search for structures that would serve modern goals and uses. I would illustrate my argument with leading examples such as Gyo Obata’s use of thin shell concrete in the Priory Chapel and the McDonnell Planetarium, Murphy and Mackey’s use of expansive plate glass at Washington University’s Olin Library, and the same firm’s pioneering use of Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic dome concept for the design of the Climatron at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Executed with triangular Plexiglass panels hung from an aluminum frame by aluminum wire, the Climatron was hailed by the national AIA as “one of the most important buildings in American architectural history.” I would of course bring in Eero Saarinen’s use of the stainless steel and concrete skin for the Gateway Arch, but unless otherwise indicated, I would not dwell on that because I imagine the material of the Arch will be more than adequately covered over the course of the symposium.
I would also explain the use of prefab buildings for the phenomenon of the housing estate, ranging from modular houses constructed on site by developers to the Lustron house trucked in from the factory in Cleveland, Ohio and assembled on site. In further elaboration of the rich array of materials that characterize building in the region at midcentury, I will briefly touch on innovations such as Cemesto wall panels, a fire-resistant combination cement and asbestos product developed for mass production during World War II and used by Charles Eames, Frank Lloyd Wright and others.
Where materials where sourced, how they were promoted in the architecture and design media, and how they were understood to convey a modern message are threads that I will take up in my paper. I will elucidate the role that certain St. Louis buildings played in the promotion of specific building materials and methods. For example, House and Home promoted tract housing based on modular wall systems developed in St. Louis by Burton Duenke in collaboration with the architect, Ralph Fournier. This approach illuminates a further important theme, namely the way in which materials helped advance architectural goals of the period such as the integration of a building’s interior and exterior.
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Views:143376|Rating:4.74|View Time:1:12:3Minutes|Likes:451|Dislikes:25 In this edition of the Evangel University Guest Lecture Series, Bill and Gloria Gaither talk to students in the course entitled Worship Heritage of the Modern Pentecostal Church, sharing from their experience in the Christian music industry.
The Gaithers spoke at Evangel University in February 2013 as part of a two-day lecture series on gospel music and worship heritage.
Views:1956|Rating:3.00|View Time:1:42Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:2 With Modera Avenir Place Apartments on the scene, it’s fair to say that swank, urban living has made its way to Vienna. Those of you who know French recognize immediately that the word “avenir” quite literally means future. And we like the inspiration inherent in that word: moving to Modera Avenir Place Apartments represents a new future. A better future. A more comfortable and plush future.
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Views:2174|Rating:4.70|View Time:28:16Minutes|Likes:31|Dislikes:2 These lessons were originally delivered by Robert Harkrider for a television program presented throughout Central Florida by the South Bumby Church of Christ. #8 of 10 Lessons