New bars, restaurants, and breweries opening in the Arts District

The Las Vegas Arts District just south of Downtown, got its official name back in 1998 as an 18-block zone for artists. Now 18B, representing the 18 blocks in the Arts District, is home to a smattering of restaurants and bars, with more on the way. Bound by Commerce Street, Hoover Avenue, Fourth Street, parts of Las Vegas Boulevard, and Colorado Avenue, Charleston Boulevard bisects the neighborhood that hosts the monthly First Friday that takes over the art galleries in the area. On the way, microbrewery and taproom Beer District Brewing, the wine-focused Garagiste, a tasting room from Henderson’s CraftHaus Brewery, four new food-and-beverage businesses on Third Street anchored by Atomic Liquors brewery from Lance Johns of Atomic Liquors fame, HUDL Brewing Co. with a 10 bbl brewhouse, Good Pie from Vincent Rotolot, Main St. Provisions from Justin Kingsley Hall, and The Charleston with Berlin, a German street food-inspired restaurant, and South Carolina’s C3 Coffee Bar. Brew House System, Nano Brewery Brewhouse, Fermenters Tanks, Uni Tanks – Coff,https://www.coffbrewing.com/

The demand for fixed dose combination drugs is growing. Here we look at why capsules are

The demand for fixed dose combination drugs is growing. Here we look at why capsules are considered the most suitable dosage form for delivering them. Copyright © 2019 Rodman Media. All rights reserved. Use of this constitutes acceptance of our privacy policy The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Rodman Media. Capsule, Empty Capsule, Gelatin Capsule, Vegetable Capsule – Quanyong,http://www.hbqyhealth.com/

120 years after Ferdinand Porsche built his first prototype all-electric Lohner-Porsche horseless carriage, his eponymous company

120 years after Ferdinand Porsche built his first prototype all-electric Lohner-Porsche horseless carriage, his eponymous company has finally revealed its long-awaited production electric car, the 2020 Porsche Taycan. Ahead of the official reveal, we were invited to a full day of technical briefings on every aspect of Porsche’s most important new model since the original Cayenne. There’s a lot to cover, so get a snack, use the restroom, fluff your pillow, and call a pet over for a nap because you’re not going anywhere for a while. Let’s get started. By now, you know the basics. The Taycan features a floor-mounted battery pack with front and rear motors, the same layout used in Teslas and other EVs. It will launch in two trims, Turbo and Turbo S, which Porsche now considers brand names, not literal identifiers. The primary difference will be the size of the front motor and the list of standard features. Now, the numbers. The Taycan Turbo S will hit 60 mph in a Porsche-estimated 2.8 seconds, with the Taycan Turbo just behind in an estimated 3.2 seconds. The Turbo S might be even quicker than that, though; we were originally quoted 2.6 seconds to 60 mph, but...

Oculus Quest’s secret trick: It can double as a wired PC VR headset

SAN JOSE, Calif.—At Wednesday’s Oculus Connect conference, the virtual reality company took the wraps off a secret that it had apparently hidden in its recent high-quality Oculus Quest headset all along. The $400 device has been marketed as a standalone wireless VR system, but thanks to an incoming “Oculus Link” update, coming in November, it will soon double as a wired-PC option. Should you have a lengthy USB Type-C cable handy, you can expect to plug a Quest VR headset into a compatible “gaming”-caliber PC, then use that computer to power whatever VR games and software you want to run, as if it were the PC’s Oculus Rift system. It’s an official alternative to using the Quest’s built-in hardware, which revolves around a Snapdragon 835 system-on-chip (SoC) like the ones used in the Google Pixel 2 smartphone. Since Quest already has an array of inside-out tracking cameras, this PC use case won’t require additional cameras or sensors. You should expect to plug a Quest into a compatible PC, run a room-calibration test, and be on your way—just like with certain Windows Mixed Reality headsets and this year’s Oculus Rift S. F...

Temperatures for July are running about one degree above average, according to the National Weather Service.

Temperatures for July are running about one degree above average, according to the National Weather Service. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Left, Cyra Swanson, 3, splashes in a fountain at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. park pool, Saturday, July 30, 2016. (Photo: Jenna Watson/IndyStar)Buy Photo The state’s hottest recorded temperature was just that on July 14, 1936, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures were forecasted in the 90s, but climbed much higher than that thanks to the heat index, which factors in temperature and humidity to create a “feels like” temperature. We’re only running about one degree above average in Indianapolis, according to NWS meteorologist Mike Ryan. “It’s really been a fairly typical summer from a temperature standpoint here in Central Indiana,” Ryan said. According to the National Weather Service’s 2015 Annual Climatological Summary for Indianapolis, the hottest temperature recorded at the Indianapolis International Airport was 94 degrees last September. Overall, there were 13 days with record...

The Spengle Adventure 650B Gravel wheels certainly turn heads, of both cyclists and non-cyclists, thanks to their three-blade design.

The Spengle Adventure 650B Gravel wheels certainly turn heads, of both cyclists and non-cyclists, thanks to their three-blade design. They have some excellent qualities for off-road riding, although there are quite a few compromises when it comes to using them on a modern gravel/adventure bike. Spengle produced the ‘original three-spoke wheels’ back in 1988 and while they might have disappeared for a while, they’ve been reintroduced thanks to modern materials and manufacturing techniques to become what Spengle claims are the best on the planet. Looking through Spengle’s website you’ll see three collections of wheels: MTB, Gravel and Urban, but technically they are all based around the one monocoque rim/blade construction. Available in just a 650B (27.5in) size, the carbon fibre construction is hand-laid to create the rim and the blades as a single piece. The hubs, which are specific to Spengle, are then plasma-bonded with the wheel’s body for a seamless setup. The finished product is very strong indeed, and when running wide gravel tyres at low pressures like 25 to 30psi to cushion the blows from gnarly rocks, the Spengles took some really...

For artisanal fishers, fish fences are an easy, but problematic, option

JAKARTA — The widespread use of wooden fences to trap fish by coastal fishermen in tropical countries is causing extensive economic, social, and environmental damage, according to a new study. Used across the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans, artisanal fish fences are found to significantly disrupt the sustainability of coastal marine ecosystems and create socioeconomic conflicts among fishing communities, according to the study published May 21 in the journal Nature Communications. The researchers presented a study case of the use of artisanal fish fences around Kaledupa, one of the islands that form the Wakatobi archipelagic district in Indonesia’s Southeast Sulawesi province. “Fish fences might differ slightly between locations, but in general they follow a similar design and function,” Dan Exton, the head of research at UK-based NGO Operation Wallacea and the lead author of the report, told Mongabay in an email. “This means that most, if not all, of our findings around Kaledupa should translate to fish fence use more widely, both within Indonesia and also throughout the tropics,” he added. These semi-permanent fish fences are set up to follow the natural movements of fis...

Before Nike was Nike, it was Blue Ribbon Sports, founded in 1964 on a handshake between Bill

Before Nike was Nike, it was Blue Ribbon Sports, founded in 1964 on a handshake between Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight. In 1967, BRS opened its first retail door in Los Angeles. The one-of-a-kind space quickly became a hub for runners, then “oddball athletes,” who met, sought advice and swapped stories — and eventually inspired the next generation of running. Recently, Nike re-opened its original door again a community space for local runners to gather, talk and run — just as they did in the late ’60s. The Nike BRS Pack honors this heritage with a modern take on Blue Ribbon Sports’s original logo and a red, white and blue color palette. Each piece in the apparel capsule collection (a hat, jacket, T-shirt, tank, pant and short) is intended to outfit the fictional Blue Ribbon Sports Track Club that is open to all runners.   The Nike Berlin Fast Capsule Collection will champion Berlin’s premier running event, which draws runners from across the globe. Berlin-based creative director Joey Elgersma and founder of the Berlin Braves, a Berlin sports club and run crew, chose yellow as the main color for the collection in an ode to the city’s spirited running ...

China LED Light Radiator Metal Stamping Parts Weled LED heatsinks with Powder Coating on Global Sources

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Every product is independently selected by (obsessive) editors. Things you buy through our links may earn New York a commission. Our office — and readers — collectively freaked out when we learned that Amazon not only sells plants, but that they manage to deliver live shrubs, trees, and flowers without destroying them in the process. However, those of us without green thumbs felt a little left out of the party. Even if a fiddle-leaf fig or rubber plant made it safely from an Amazon warehouse to my apartment, I’d inevitably forget to water it, overwater it, or stick its pot in a dark corner the sun never touches. Fortunately there’s lots of attractive artificial greenery out there for us serial plant killers. The non-negligent can enjoy these, too, especially pet owners, as many common houseplants are toxic to cats and dogs. In combing through the forest of faux foliage I decided to stick with plants instead of cut flowers (because those don’t last long anyway) and to avoid fruit-bearing trees that wouldn’t typically survive indoors, and because the fake lemons or olives look a little too, well, fake. That still leaves an array of artificial options for getting that natural style...

Crunches, situps, and planks might consistently make an appearance in your core workout. But sometimes you

Crunches, situps, and planks might consistently make an appearance in your core workout. But sometimes you need a fresh twist to your routine (or a starting point if you’re new to the sweat scene) to keep your muscles challenged and your midsection working hard. Enter: abs machines. “If you’re new to exercise, it can be tough to know when you’re actually engaging your core, which can sometimes lead to lower back pain,” says Angela Gargano, NASM-certified personal trainer at Performix House in NYC. “Doing basic exercises with a machine can help beginners become strong enough to do bodyweight exercises correctly on their own.” As for those already working on sculpting a six-pack, machine assistance can make your core-focused workout a little more challenging and a lot more fun. “A machine is helpful in amplifying the workout, so you can continue to strengthen that core effectively,” Gargano says. To start building every muscle of your midsection, try the five exercises below the next time you’re at the gym. Keep in mind, you should never feel these exercises in your back. “If you do, make sure you re-adjust your weight and check your form,” says Gargano. “Always make s...

The mysterious and not fully understandable wine defect popping up in natural wines: mouse

You can’t smell it. At first, you can’t taste it. But once you do, you’ll wish you’d never opened the bottle. It’s a stealthy little pest known as mouse, or mousiness, an off-flavor that can infect wines. Depending on whom you ask, it tastes like a dead mouse, or a caged mouse, or “dog halitosis.” Confusingly, it can also taste like crackers or corn chips. It’s experienced retronasally, meaning your nose perceives it when it’s in the back of your mouth, as an aftertaste, so a wine that might smell perfectly pleasant and initially taste fine could spoil by the time it arrives at your tonsils. To those of us who can taste it — as much as 30% of the population may not be able to taste it, according to the Oxford Companion to Wine, and I envy you — the presence of mouse completely ruins a wine. And the bad news: Although its occurrence has been documented since the 19th century, lately it seems to be on the rise. Mouse is mysterious. Its ways are not entirely understood. But it’s clear that high pH, exposure to oxygen and low levels of sulfur dioxide can all create conditions for mouse to flourish — which means that producers of natural wine, who tend to add little or no sulfur to t...

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