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OBITUARY Kelly A Hersom Michaud 53

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first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Kelly A. (Hersom) Michaud, age 53, of Wilmington, passed away suddenly on June 17th, 2019, surrounded by her loving family. Kelly was the beloved wife of Jack Michaud of Wilmington. She was the loving mother of John Michaud of Nashua and the late Courtney Michaud. Kelly was the cherished daughter of Francine (Lynch) Hersom of Wilmington and the late Richard Hersom. She was the dear sister of Dickie Hersom and his wife Janine of Wilmington, Tim Hersom and his wife Erica of Derry, NH, Lisa Hersom and Valerie Hersom of Iowa. Daughter-in-law of Marie Michaud and sister-in-law of Ann-Marie Durlin, both of Billerica. Kelly was the devoted aunt of Timmy & Danny Hersom, Rich Jr., McKayla, Matthew & Michael Hersom and Alyson & Tommy Durlin. Kelly is survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62) Wilmington, on Friday, June 21st at 9:00 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Dorothy’s Church, Main St. (Rte. 38), Wilmington at 10:00 a.m. Interment to follow in Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington. Visiting Hours will be held at the Funeral Home on Thursday, June 20th from 4:00-8:00 p.m. Memorial donations in Kelly’s name can be made to Local Heroes, Inc., PO Box 536, Wilmington, MA 01887.Kelly A. (Hersom) Michaud(NOTE: The above obituary is from Nichols Funeral Home.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: Lucille C. (Enos) Gilson, 77In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Marie J. (Ciampa) Cummings, 81In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Maureen F. (McKenna) McHugh, 80In “Obituaries”last_img read more

How The Internet Has Kept Weird Al Yankovic On His Toes

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first_imgweirdal.comSong parodist “Weird Al” Yankovic performs in Houston June 15. 00:00 /06:31 Share Xcenter_img “Weird Al” Yankovic is America’s foremost song parodist, with wildly popular send-ups of hit songs, such as Eat It, Like a Surgeon, Smells Like Nirvana, Amish Paradise, White & Nerdy, and Word Crimes.He also writes some of original songs, like Dare To Be Stupid, You Don’t Love Me Anymore, and Harvey the Wonder Hamster. And he and his band have toured numerous times over the years performing both those originals and the parodies.And now, Yankovic and his band are teaming up with a full symphony orchestra for his Strings Attached tour, which comes to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the Woodlands on Saturday, June 15.In the audio above, Houston Matters producer Michael Hagerty catches up with Weird Al before his Houston performance to talk about how the Internet has changed the song parody business, how he’s evolved as a musician, and about touring with an orchestra.weirdal.com“Weird Al” Yankovic’s Strings Attached tour comes to Houston June 15. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listenlast_img read more

NHRC issues notices to Centre Delhi govt on newborns death

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first_imgThe National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notice to the Centre and the Delhi government over the death of a newborn girl due to denial of treatment at three government hospitals, calling for a report on the matter within four weeks.Taking suo motu cognizance of media reports, the NHRC has sought a report from Union health secretary BP Sharma and Delhi health secretary Amar Nath, a NHRC statement issued on Tuesday said. According to media reports, a premature newborn girl at a private hospital, with under-developed lungs and weak organs, died after being denied treatment by three hospitals in Delhi on  Also Read – Company director arrested for swindling Rs 345 croreJuly 6.“She needed special care, including a ventilator for further treatment. Unable to bear the high cost of  further treatment at the private nursing home, her family members were constrained to take her from one government hospital to another by a CATS ambulance but could not get her admitted for treatment,” the NHRC said. Saying that the right to health was a “basic human right” and the state had a responsibility to fulfil this right, the commission said: “Any denial of this right and that too in the case of a newly born in a serious condition is abominable. Accordingly, it has issued notices to the Secretary, Union ministry of health and secretary, department of health and the government of Delhi calling for a report within four weeks in the matter.”  Also Read – Man who cheated 20 women on matrimonial websites arrestedThe commission said that reportedly, on being refused admission first at Kalawati Saran Children hospital on the grounds of non-availability of bed and ventilator, the family members of the child took her to Ram Manohar Lohia hospital where she was denied admission on the same grounds. “Hence, she was taken to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan hospital. The situation was no different there either. In the process, they had travelled for more than three-and-a-half hours covering about 58 km. The delay in the treatment resulted in the death of the child in the ambulance itself,” the NHRC said.last_img read more

Ab Mujhe Udnaa Hai short film wins global praise

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first_imgBollywood actors added a dash of glamour to a chilly afternoon in Delhi as an award-winning short film based on the theme of empowerment of victims of rape and molestation – ‘Ab Mujhe Udnaa Hai – Let me Soar High’ – was screened for a select audience amid rave reviews.Directed by Suujoy J Mukerji, son of legendary actor Late Joy Mukerji, the film is based on a story written by Delhi-based noted advocate-writer-actor Sunil Kapoor. Kapoor’s collection of 61 poems ‘Punam ka Chaand’ was also released at the event that also saw Joy Mukerji’s wife, Neelam, unveil a CD ‘Mein Pyar Ka Rahi Hun’, carrying songs of her superstar husband. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfNeelam remembered Joy as a reluctant star who led a non-controversial life and never let his stardom impact his simple life. “He used to go for walks on the beach and eat street food like all of us. He told his fans not to mob him or treat him differently,” she said. Apart from the presence of the Mukerji family, that owns the iconic Filmalaya studio in Mumbai, actors like Shakti Kapoor, Kanwaljit Singh, actor-turned-politician Manoj Tiwari (Delhi Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party President) and the short film’s lead actress Jasmine Grover also attended the event at USI Residency in the Delhi Cantonment. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveShakti Kapoor, 66, appreciated the directorial debut film, “Ab Mujhe Udnaa Hai”, of 35-year-old Suujoy and enthralled the audience with anecdotes from his early days in Delhi’s Karol Bagh area where he lived with his father, who owned a popular tailor shop in Connaught Place, and was then known as ‘Sunil Kapoor.’ Suujoy, the scion of Mukerji family and director of Filmalaya Studio, said that the 24-minute short film, depicting the ordeal of a college girl who emerges from the lows of molestation, has so far won 15 awards. Sunil Kapoor and environmentalist Suresh Raheja sang popular Mohd Rafi, Kishore and Mukesh melodies of the 1960s and 70s at the event. “As the nation remembers Nirbhaya on her sixth death anniversary, it is time to help victims of sexual assaults and molestation and their families to emerge from trauma without stigmatization,” said Suujoy. The film features veteran actor Kanwaljit Singh who won the jury award for best actor at the Mumbai Film Festival. He won the award for essaying the role of a college professor and the molested girl’s father who believes in keeping pace with the changing times and encourages daughter to fulfill her dreams and potential. Mahaakshay, son of noted actor Mithun Chakraborty, has acted as the molested girl’s dance instructor; he motivated her to come out of depression and follow her passion to become a dancer. The short film’s story and screenplay have been written by Sunil Kapoor, a noted income-tax advocate from Delhi, who has also acted in a forthcoming film ‘The Tiger Trail’. Four stories from Kapoor’s bestselling book ‘A Peacock Feather’ have been picked by Bollywood producers for making feature films. He has authored this book with his twin chartered accountant brother Sudhir. The short film’s awards include the best film award at the UK’s Red Wood Film Festival, Top Shorts, Los Angeles, and Calcutta International Cult Film Festival, sensitively handles the complex issue of stigmatization of the victims of sexual offences and seeks to educate and empower society to make the nation a safe place for daughters.last_img read more

6 Startup Events and News to Watch This Week

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first_imgOctober 7, 2013 3 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Austin Startup Week kicks off with a battle of the bands, the Shutdown threatens to thwart D.C.-area businesses, great minds connect at the Inc. 500|5000 awards, students party hard at College Fest… This week’s notable news and startup events for entrepreneurs:1. Austin Startup Week: Kick off the Austin Startup Week with a battle of the bands competition hosted by the Austin Technology Council on Oc. 7. For the rest of the time, discussions dubbed “Co-Founders Wanted” and “Intro to the Austin Startup Scene,” among others, offer to keep you in the know and networked up the wazoo. (Austin, Texas, Oct. 7 – 11)2. Shutdown continues: The U.S. federal government shutdown heads into its second week. Small businesses continue to feel the burn. (Oct. 1 – present) Surveys sink: And if last week was any indication, government surveys, upon which many business owners have come to rely for a gauge on the U.S. economy, will also be delayed. Last week, two surveys on construction spending and manufactured goods and the monthly jobs report were delayed. This week, four more surveys will get sidetracked. Private companies shelve workers too: Though not a federal agency, Lockheed Martin plans to furlough about 3,000 employees this week due to the government shutdown. Various other defense contractors including United Technologies also said they’d furlough workers if the shutdown continued.3. Create a power partnership: Join the Impact HUB for a free introductory workshop, the first in a four-part series, aimed at helping you build “a more effective and satisfying” business partnership. (San Francisco, Oct. 8)4. Get down to business at Inc. 500|5000: Check out the Inc. 500|5000 conference and awards ceremony where the “brightest, most successful” business minds come together to celebrate achievements in private enterprise. This three-day event also features high-level keynote speakers and networking opportunities. (Washington D.C., Oct. 10 – 12)5. Tap the college market: Join the party or the exhibition at College Fest, which claims to be the “most attended back-to-school even in New England.” With more than 17,000 students in attendance, brands are lining up to put their products in the hands of this sought after demographic. (Boston, Mass., Oct. 12-13)6. Meet up with tech treps in NYC: Meet, mingle and make lasting relationships with some of Silicon Alley’s leading entrepreneurs at the NY Tech Meetup, for a night of live demos and networking. Aimed at promoting the NY tech scene and innovative, sustainable businesses, this event is a bargain at $10 a head. (New York, Oct. 8) Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now »last_img read more