Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 3, 2017 Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 has avoided collision. Following a billing dispute that led Ars Nova to pursue a lawsuit against the show’s commercial producers, the two announced on November 2 that they have reached a settlement.“Ars Nova and the producers of The Great Comet deeply regret that a contractual dispute became public, and are pleased to share that the matter has now been resolved, privately, and will continue to achieve success for The Great Comet on Broadway,” the joint statement read.The clash began when Playbills for the musical’s Broadway premiere failed to precede the title with “The Ars Nova production of…” on the title page, as the two parties had reportedly agreed upon in a 2012 legal document. Instead, the non-profit off-Broadway company, where the show originated in 2012, was included in the list of producers above the title and had a creative credit in small print at the bottom of the page.This contract violation led to a lawsuit from Ars Nova against producer Howard Kagan. This resulted in Kagan barring members of Ars Nova from attending the first preview performance and threatening to schedule the cast recording on the day of the off-Broadway company’s annual gala, limiting the performers’ availability.On October 31, Kagan and two other lead producers—his wife Janet and Paula Marie Black—released a statement agreeing to Ars Nova’s terms, provided the company drops the legal claims.The Great Comet, starring Josh Groban and Denée Benton in their Broadway debuts, is still set to open officially on November 14 at the Imperial Theatre. View Comments Denée Benton in ‘Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812′(Photo: Evgenia Eliseeva) Related Shows
By Kerry HarrisonUniversity of GeorgiaMost Georgia lawns have had plenty of rain in the past few weeks. Take this time now, before the drying heat of summer arrives, to check and fix any problems with your home irrigation.Make sure the sprinkler heads are properly adjusted and not spraying too far out or too close in. Look for signs of broken risers beneath the sprinklers. Sometimes this is obvious: You’ll have a traffic-stopping geyser. A cracked riser will allow water to boil up around the sprinkler.Inspect the sprinkler riser wiper seal, the soft plastic seal around the pop-up riser stem, for leakage. A small amount of water emitting past the wiper seal is acceptable while the system is running. Too much flow-by while a system is operating, though, indicates a damaged seal.Many times people will replace a sprinkler because it leaks between the wiper seal and pop-up stem after the system has turned off. But this leakage doesn’t indicate a problem. If water drains out after the system has turned off and eventually stops, the valve is fine.For spray heads with filters under the nozzle, hold the pop-up stem and unscrew the nozzle carefully. A damaged nozzle may result in an uneven spray pattern. A damaged pop-up stem will result in a poorly performing wiper seal. Remove and clean the filter.To clean clogged nozzles, flush with water or lightly tap on a firm surface. While the filter is out, turn on the irrigation zone and flush out the sprinkler body.Reinstall the filter and nozzle, turn on the zone and recheck for effective coverage. Make all of the necessary adjustments to cover the area properly. While the water is on, inspect the other heads in the zone for proper operation.To clean filters installed under the pop-up stem, unscrew the cap from the body. Don’t allow dirt to fall into the sprinkler body while the riser assembly and cap are removed.The filter is at the bottom of the riser assembly. Remove it and flush it with water. Before reinstalling the assembly, run a small amount of water through the system to flush any debris caught in the sprinkler body.It’s critical that broken or poorly performing sprinkler heads be replaced. When a specific sprinkler isn’t operating as designed or if water is flowing freely because of a worn wiper seal, the performance of all the other heads in the zone is affected. Water flowing unchecked past a wiper seal will cause a loss in pressure and affect the other sprinklers’ performance.Georgia has no mandatory, statewide, watering restrictions now. But there are some guidelines.If your street address is an odd number, you’re asked to water on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. If it’s an even number, you’re asked to do it on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. There’s no outside watering on Friday.(Kerry Harrison is an Extension Service irrigation engineerwith the University of Georgia College of Agricultural andEnvironmental Sciences.)
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Australian Broadcasting Corporation:South Australia will push ahead with a plan to install battery systems built by Elon Musk’s Tesla in 50,000 homes, with the new state government committing to continue the pro-battery agenda of its predecessor.The Weatherill Labor government announced the Tesla policy in February, declaring it would install battery and solar systems free of charge to create the world’s “largest virtual power plant” and slash energy bills. The plan shared similarities with a Liberal policy allowing battery storage units in 40,000 homes, and it was unclear which of the two policies would be adopted following the election of Liberal Premier Steven Marshall.But in a speech at the Australian Energy Storage Conference, Energy Minister Dan van Holst Pellekaan said the Government would implement both. “It’s very important to be clear about this—we are honouring the existing commitments around the Tesla virtual power plant (VPP),” he said.“The VPP project is currently proceeding with the two trial phases as planned. The trial phases involve installation of home energy systems on 1,100 Housing SA homes. These are supported by a $2 million grant and a $30 million loan from the state government.“Subject to private finance, and the first two phases’ success, the third phase could grow to up to 50,000 home batteries connected to new solar installations, and this is in addition to our government’s 40,000 home election commitment. Very simply, a Liberal government in South Australia means more, not fewer, batteries,” he said.More: Tesla Household Batteries in SA Get Green Light South Australia Moves Forward With Massive Tesla Storage Project
Peopleoften ask what is adventure racing? Adventure racing could be considered one ofthe best-kept secrets of the outdoors. Its roots run deep and there’s always adebate as to when adventure racing was born. Most credit the 1968 Karrimor International Mountain Marathon. The event required teams to traverse mountainousterrain and carry all of the necessary supplies for the team. Fast forward to2019 and there are still considerable similarities with the sport. Simply put, adventure racing is a modern dayscavenger hunt with rules and beautiful, and oftentimes challenging courses.Teams combine multi disciplines such as trekking, mountain biking, paddling andnavigation to find checkpoints and reach the finish line. At its core adventureracing is also about community, family and taking care of our local land. May 18,2019. It starts with a half-day adventure race, Conquer the Mountain. This is an event that tests not only your physical ability but your mental aptitude. The course will have you running, biking, paddling and navigating your way around the Shenandoah Valley. This course will have over 13,000 feet of elevation change and it’s estimated to be 50 miles. InJanuary of 2019, Bryce Resort made it official and partnered withRev3Endurance. Rev3Endurance is an experienced outdoor adventure events companyheadquartered in Basye, Virginia. Thecompany promotes an adventurous lifestyle. The goal is to produce events that encourage everyone to come out andcompete and enjoy the experience. “BryceResort is the perfect backdrop for what Rev3Endurance wants to offer thisarea,” states Michael Spiller, Co-Owner and Race Director for Rev3Endurance. Bryce Resort and Rev3Endurance will offer sixoutdoor adventures this year beginning May 18, 2019. The events are unique inthat there is truly something for everyone. Whether you’re a beginner or an experiencedendurance athlete, Bryce Resort and Rev3Endurance will have something foreveryone. “The goal is to get morepeople enjoying what this area has to offer and show off our local communityand local businesses,” stated Christi Manning, Director of Business Developmentfor Rev3Endurance. Rev3Endurance is proud to partner with its sponsors: BryceResort, Shenandoah County Tourism, Virginia is for Lovers, Zanfel, OutThere andMountain Khaki. “AtBryce Resort we pride ourselves with what we offer our community and visitors.We want everyone to feel like family and make great memories while visiting ourresort. Partnering with Rev3Endurance to offer these additional outdoor eventsenhances what we do and aligns with what we value,” says Ryan Locher, GeneralManager, Bryce Resort. Whatdo you get when you combine a popular ski resort in Shenandoah County with an experiencedoutdoor adventure company? A breathtaking scenic backdrop and a whole lot offun! Bryce Resort is located in thenorthern part of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The resort is a hidden gem in ShenandoahCounty nestled near the Virginia and West Virginia line surrounded by theGeorge Washington National Forest. Theresort has catered to outdoor enthusiasts since 1965 and is a short two-hourdrive from Washington, DC. In additionto the award-winning ski facilities, the outdoor offerings have expanded tooffer visitors golf, mountain biking, tubing, ziplining and more! Rev3Endurancewill host six outdoor adventures beginning Saturday, Lookingahead to the fall of 2019, Bryce Resort and Rev3Endurance will host a varietyof mountain bike events and a fun, wacky Urban Challenge consisting of a 3-7 milechallenge throughout the resort. Not quite ready for this beast? Don’t worry, there’s more! Bryce Mountain Resort and Rev3Endurance will also offer the Aquablaze. Aquablazing is a term used to describe Appalachian Trail thru-hikers kayaking or canoeing a portion of the trail. Now you can have the chance to aquablaze through Bryce Resort and Lake Laura. This event promises to be a lot of fun and an event that combines running and watercraft. Lake Laura at Bryce Resort will certainly be the highlight of this event. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Looking for an incredible beginner race? If so, Rev3Endurance will also produce a Sprint and Family Adventure Race the same weekend. It’s a fun, beautiful course that’s easy to navigate. You and your team will run, bike, paddle and navigate your way around the resort. This is THE outdoor event for the beginner adventure racer. 4/9/06 – Photo by Will Ramos Photography To register today, or learn more about Rev3Endurance visit www.rev3endurance.com.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Could change finally be coming to one of Nassau’s most underutilized sites: the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and the 77-acre sea of asphalt that surrounds it?It’s certainly long overdue, but don’t hold your breath because you never know what will happen on Long Island until the shovels are in the ground.Recently, Forest City Ratner, the site’s Brooklyn-based developer, announced that it plans to spend $261 million (partly backed by foreign investors) on building a new, downscaled 13,000-seat arena, as well as a 1,500-seat movie theater, restaurants and various retail venues.With more than 600,000 square feet of development being proposed for the coliseum location, a majority of which is the arena itself, the current proposal is “a pittance,” as Newsday pointed out, compared to what the Town of Hempstead allows under its recently changed as-of-right zoning. Nevertheless, Hempstead town officials approved the master plan May 26.Will Bruce Ratner, the man behind Forest City Ratner, be the savior of Nassau County, or be yet another character in Nassau’s long-running narrative of hope and failure?After all, he already owns the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, which will become the new home of the New York Islanders’ hockey team, so it’s not clear how motivated he’ll be to replace them with a viable sports franchise. Whatever he does, Nassau will still own the coliseum. All Ratner has promised to do is reportedly pay the county 8 percent of gross revenue and 12.75 percent of parking revenue, with a minimum guaranteed payment of $4 million slated to increase 10 percent every five years during the 34-year lease.The “Hempstead Hub” has been the scene of grand visions before, with the most recent being Isles owner Charles Wang’s Lighthouse Project. Unquestionably, his $3.8 billion scheme was grandiose when he first unveiled it in 2004. But, after bowing to pressure from the Town of Hempstead, he scaled it back significantly, calling for a renovated coliseum, two 36-story towers, a five-star hotel, a convention center, a sports complex, a residential community space for offices, retail businesses and restaurants, a movie theater, open space and a canal. A canal, mind you, in land-locked Uniondale! In total, Wang’s wonderland would have occupied more than 10 million square feet.The Lighthouse was so immense because the county required that any proposal put forward must also cover the costs of overhauling the coliseum—a prohibitive provision that necessitated high density development to offset the expensive renovation. Compared to Wang’s idea, Forest City Ratner’s project looks boring, but it requires little to no public funds. Nor does it require a referendum like the failed proposition to have the county borrow $400 million, which Nassau voters resoundingly slapped down in August 2011 because they didn’t want taxpayers paying for the renovation.And that is just what happened at the county level. When it comes to development, the Town of Hempstead is typically perceived as risk averse. Supervisor Kate Murray led the charge to rezone the Hub site to be more suburban in nature. Restrictions in density and a maximum 9-story height limit were put in place to curb any future proposals on the Lighthouse scale, preventing Wang-like levels of density but still allowing 5.4 million square feet to be built.The prospective political leanings of the project’s future residents may have also impacted the Town’s decision making, some observers said. With its offering of new apartments and condominiums, The Lighthouse would draw more Democrats to live in this traditional Republican bastion, which didn’t help grease the wheels with the Township. Hearsay aside, the fears of density—a legitimate reason to shrink the project thanks to the Meadowbrook Parkway’s multiple choke points and no access to mass transit—killed the Lighthouse off for good. Simply put, starting with Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi, Mineola made promises to Wang the county couldn’t possibly back. On Long Island, local towns have the police power over land use, not the county.This is the environment in which the current plan for the site has thrived, so it’s not surprising it barely accounts for roughly 11 percent of what is presently allowed on the site thanks to zoning. Why is everyone so proud of such a relatively lackluster plan?The answer lies in the broken expectations so endemic to Nassau County.Unlike Suffolk, its more far-sighted neighbor, Nassau has a pretty dismal record when it comes to regional planning. All one has to do is examine the placement of subdivision after subdivision on what were once wetlands on Nassau’s South Shore, or try driving north/south on any main Nassau road to see that in one of the nation’s oldest suburbs, planning didn’t place high on the priority list.To further complicate matters, Nassau is entangled in a complex web of multi-layered political jurisdictions that are corrupted by the corrosive influence of patronage and backdoor dealings.All of this leads to a system that is fundamentally broken, which brings us to the new coliseum proposal.Many policymakers see Ratner’s plan as an opportunity to inject life into the county. With a scaled-down venue slated for a limited run per season of NHL games with the Islanders and a better utilization of the large swaths of space around the venue, the project does have potential.But potential and reality are separate concepts, and the latest chapter in the coliseum saga may not live up to the hype. Between Nassau’s chronic inability to get out of its own way, and the increasingly bitter legal infighting between Ratner and Syosset-based Blumenfeld Development Group, whom Forest City had brought on board to handle the retail component, the project is already going down the typical Nassau path of disagreement and disappointment.If government in Nassau had less patronage, more transparency and a strong regional vision, the coliseum would’ve been renovated already, and the site’s vast asphalt acreage would’ve been put to a higher use. While Suffolk’s approach is at times flawed, at least Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has a vision, and is sticking to it. In Nassau, it’s hard to see what the vision is. Industrial Development Agency (IDA) tax breaks are attempted to be given to Costco so it can build a new facility in Oceanside because it’s supposed to be a “tourist destination”, unsightly billboards are pitched for the Long Island Expressway and LI’s only professional sports venue loses its principal tenant thanks to political gridlock – all while promises of a better county are constantly being made.In the end, the real losers are Nassau residents, who pay the highest property taxes in the nation, and all they get for their money are layers of government that can barely do more than serve themselves.Rich Murdocco writes about Long Island’s land use and real estate development issues. He received his Master’s in Public Policy at Stony Brook University, where he studied regional planning under Dr. Lee Koppelman, Long Island’s veteran master planner. Murdocco will be contributing regularly to the Long Island Press. More of his views can be found on www.TheFoggiestIdea.org or follow him on Twitter @TheFoggiestIdea.
14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Every day, PSCU’s technology and risk management team works to successfully detect and prevent credit card fraud.But recently, that technology and team also caught one of its own employees, Reynaldo Colon, a former PSCU credit card fraud investigator. He was arrested Monday for stealing customers’ credit card account numbers to pay for fast food meals.After the fraud was detected and reported to police by the St. Petersburg, Fla.-based CUSO, an investigation found that Colon, 26, of Apolo Beach, Fla., allegedly stole 21 credit card accounts and used them to make about 100 fraudulent transactions, mostly at fast food restaurants, Rick Shaw, a spokesperson for the St. Petersburg Police Department, said. continue reading »
The Croatian National Tourist Board has adopted EuroVelo8 Development Action Plan – Mediterranean cycling routes in Croatia for the period 2018-2030.The plan was adopted on meeting of the interdepartmental working group for planning, implementation and reporting on the implementation of Measure 18 defined within the Action Plan for the Development of Cyclotourism and the Coordination Body for the Development of Cyclotourism in Croatia. The action plan was developed by the Croatian National Tourist Board in cooperation with external associate Davorin Belamarić as part of the EU project MedCycleTour.“This project has created the preconditions for the beginning of the systematic development of the EuroVelo8 route in Croatia, and the Action Plan provides a detailed overview of the activities required for its development. The key results of the analysis of this route are presented, which is very attractive due to the combination of coast, islands and hinterland and preserved and authentic cultural heritage, numerous natural beauties and excellent offer of accommodation and catering facilities along the entire route. The action plan devises a strategy and activities that will effectively and quickly contribute to the status of a route that will justify all world standards, as well as the expectations of the most demanding cyclists. ” stand out from the CNTB.The potential of the Croatian EV8 route is really great as it passes through seven coastal counties from Istria to Dubrovnik, including Lika. With a length of about 1100 kilometers, it makes up almost 1/5 of the total length of EuroVelo 8 – Mediterranean routes (5888 km), with the highest density and diversity of natural and cultural-historical attractions, which includes as many as 8 UNESCO sites.Croatia has already established itself as an attractive and recognizable tourist destination, and as global trends show strong growth of active tourism, health and environmental care, the MedCycleTour project and the development of the EuroVelo8 route in Croatia strengthen this segment of the tourist offer, the CNTB concludes.The MedCycleTour project is implemented with the aim of developing and promoting cycling tourism in the Mediterranean through the establishment of EuroVelo 8 – Mediterranean routesThe EuroVelo8 route seeks to connect the area from Cádiz in the west to Cyprus in the east, and the project involves partners from 8 Mediterranean countries. Project partners are from Croatia Croatian tourist agency i Cluster for eco-social innovation and development (CEDRA HR).The Mediterranean route is one of the 15 transnational cycling routes of the EuroVelo route network in Europe and is considered the future cycling highway of the Mediterranean as it passes through as many as 11 countries. The Croatian part of the EuroVelo 8 route in the length of about 1100 km passes through all seven coastal counties: Istria, Primorje-Gorski Kotar, Lika-Senj, Zadar, Šibenik-Knin, Split-Dalmatia and Dubrovnik-Neretva.Find out more about the whole project here
Press Release Harrisburg, Pa. – Today, Governor Tom Wolf kicked off a series of visits to 14 counties in northern Pennsylvania with stops in Jim Thorpe, Carbon County; Tunkhannock, Wyoming County; Montrose, Susquehanna County; and Dushore, Sullivan County.“I’m very excited to be in Northern Pennsylvania to hear directly from residents and business leaders about some of the work the state is doing to support these communities and local businesses,” Gov. Wolf said. “Pennsylvania is a big state filled with interesting, diverse, and exciting people and places, many of them in our rural communities.“It is important that smaller and rural communities know state government is listening to them and affirming their important role in our commonwealth.”The governor’s first stop was Jim Thorpe, where he toured the D&L Pedestrian Bridge, Asa Packer Mansion, and several downtown businesses, including the Gem Shop, where owner Libby Mulligan gave Gov. Wolf a tour.Jim Thorpe was followed by a walking tour and Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce discussion in Tunkhannock, where the governor listened to business owners’ issues and ideas regarding workforce training, expansion, and support.The governor will visit Endless Mountains Hospital in Montrose today at 3:45 p.m. where he will tour the facility and meet administrators, staff, and health system board members.Thursday, Sept. 21, the First Lady Frances Wolf will join Governor Wolf for visits in Bradford, Tioga, Cameron, and Potter counties with stops at Rynone Manufacturing in Sayre, Warren L. Miller Elementary School in Mansfield, Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport, and Embassy Powdered Metals in Emporium.Stop on Friday and Saturday include McKean, Warren, Forest, Elk, Jefferson, and Clearfield counties. Governor Wolf Kicks Off Visits to 14 Northern Pennsylvania Counties September 20, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
FRR has previously indicated that it would allocate around €900m to private equity, and has launched separate tenders for “innovation” and growth capital mandates, for up to €200m and €500m, respectively. It has already awarded €600m of private debt mandates.Pension fund regulatory framework coming together Regulations governing a new type of occupational pension funding vehicle in France have been published.The new entities – Fonds de retraite professionelle supplémentaire (FRPS) – were provided for by legislation known as Sapin II in late 2016. They will qualify as Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision (IORPs) under EU law and are due to be subject to the revised IORP Directive when this is transposed in France.Regulations were released on 19 July that set out rules for how the new entities were to be established and authorised, and how their governance, and financial and prudential management should be organised.This comes after the French government in early April published an “ordinance” that set out the rules formalising the creation of the FRPS. The law ratifying this is going through parliament.Another implementing regulation is awaited, which will set out how to carry out stress tests assessing coverage of solvency requirements over a 10-year period.The FRPS will be subject to a bespoke regulatory regime based on quantitative measures similar to those of Solvency I regulation for insurers, with the addition of the aforementioned stress test, and governance measures similar to those provided for by Solvency II.The intention is for insurance companies and mutual and provident institutions to be able to move certain types of occupational pension business out from under Solvency II regulation and into a regime that better reflects the long-term nature of pension provision. This involves being freed from Solvency II capital requirements, which are seen as penalising certain asset classes, such as equities. A recent Financial Stability Board “peer review” of France said the creation of French-style pension funds was intended to redirect €10bn-€20bn into financing the domestic economy.Natixis AM to appeal overcharging fine Natixis Asset Management “strongly disputes” the decision of the enforcement committee of the French financial markets regulator concerning its “formula-based” funds activity, it has said.The Autorité des marches financiers (AMF) last week announced that it had issued a warning to Natixis and fined it €35m because it considered the asset manager had breached its professional obligations in the management of some of its formula funds between 2012-2015.Natixis said it intends to appeal the decision. It noted that the enforcement committee did not follow the AMF board’s recommendation in making its decision.It said it believes that the decision is “unwarranted and disproportionate and firmly denies failing to fulil its professional obligations”. The AMF said its enforcement committee identified four regulatory breaches in relation to the redemption fees for some of the funds it inspected and in relation to the structuring margin of some funds. The €35m fine is the largest the French regulator has imposed. Natixis Asset Management said investors in its formula funds “were in no way adversely affected and were fully informed in accordance with applicable regulations”. Formula funds are a type of structured product that offer a guarantee of invested capital based on a pre-determined formula. France’s €36bn pension reserve fund has awarded three private equity fund-of-fund mandates for a total of between €100m and €400m. The mandates have gone to Ardian France, LGT Capital Partners, and Swen Capital Partners. A spokesperson for the Fonds de réserve pour les retraites (FRR) said the distribution of the capital between the three managers could not be specified at this stage.The managers will be responsible for creating and running portfolios of funds allocating at least 80% of their assets to the equity or quasi-equity of unlisted French companies.The mandates are for 12 years, and form part of the implementation of around €2.1bn of new allocations to unlisted French assets.
Arsenal legend, Sol Campbell, is on the brink of quitting at Southend. In a statement, the PFA said: “We’re extremely disappointed with the statement made by Ron Martin, which represents an unfair portrayal of the players and an inaccurate reflection of the club’s situation. “Throughout this season, the club has consistently let its players down with regards to late or non-payments of salaries. Despite the distress this caused, players responded in a professional manner, continued to train and felt a duty to complete fixtures.” Speaking to talkSPORT yesterday, Martin responded: “I’m surprised the PFA have come out and said that. “Everybody else at the club accepted the situation, with the exception of six players. read also:Campbell wants Arsenal to sell TEN players this summer “Everybody else has been paid in full, and those six were paid in full up to the furloughing start date. “After that they were paid the remaining proportion of their wages.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The League One strugglers are not in a good position, as they have furloughed several of their players during this crisis. That prompted a harsh response from the PFA, and they are still 16 points off safety in League One. There was reportedly also a row between players and the club, as the players were asked to take a 50 percent pay cut! Now The Sun reports that Campbell has had enough and is ready to move on. The club’s owner Ron Martin already furloughed six of his most well-paid players and 59 backroom staff members.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentTruly Mysterious Things That Have Happened On Chinese SoilWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Most Overpowered Live Action Disney Characters10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs10 Albino Animals Who Look Like Ghosts