Ghouls and goblins of all ages can enjoy eerie fun on select nights this October. Join our mischievous characters for a night of Halloween adventures complete with animals, spooky frights, and festive treats!
The Maritime Radio Historical Society (MRHS) and the National Park Service was sorry to announce that Night of Nights XXIII in 2022 would NOT take place as a public event at the KPH transmit and receive sites due to COVID-19 precautions. Vaccinated MRHS volunteers were stationed at each site and transmitted and received messages on the usual K6KPH frequencies (3550, 7050, 14050) from 5:01 PM PDT until midnight on July 12 (0001 GMT until 0700 GMT 13 July 2021). At 5:01 pm PDT on July 12 (0001 GMT 13 July), the MRHS volunteers sennt the traditional Night of Nights opening message. They then stood by for calls or called CQ NON or CQ NIGHT OF NIGHTS.
The Maritime Radio Historical Society (MRHS) and the National Park Service was sorry to announce that Night of Nights XXIII in 2022 will NOT take place as a public event at the KPH transmit and receive sites due to COVID-19 precautions. Vaccinated MRHS volunteers will be stationed at each site and will be transmitting and receiving messages on the usual K6KPH frequencies (3550, 7050, 14050) from 5:01 PM PDT until midnight on July 12 (0001 GMT until 0700 GMT 13 July 2021). At 5:01 pm PDT on July 12 (0001 GMT 13 July), the MRHS volunteers will send the traditional Night of Nights opening message. They then will stand by for calls or called CQ NON or CQ NIGHT OF NIGHTS.
The Maritime Radio Historical Society (MRHS) and the National Park Service were sorry to announce that it was not possible for Night of Nights XXII to take place as a public event at the KPH transmit and receive sites due to COVID-19 precautions. Six vaccinated MRHS volunteers were stationed at each site and were transmitting and receiving messages on the usual K6KPH frequencies (3550, 7050, 14050) from 5:01 PM PDT until midnight on July 12 (0001 GMT until 0700 GMT 13 July 2021). At 5:01 pm PDT on July 12 (0001 GMT 13 July), the MRHS volunteers sent the traditional Night of Nights opening message. They then stood by for calls or called CQ NON or CQ NIGHT OF NIGHTS.
KPH, the ex-RCA coast station located north of San Francisco, returns to the air for commemorative broadcasts every year on July 12 at 5:01 pm PDT (13 July at 0001 GMT). On July 12, 1999, the last commercial Morse transmission in the U.S. was thought to have been broadcast at 5 pm PDT (13 July at 0000 GMT). Transmissions are expected to continue until at least midnight PDT (0700 GMT).
Starring Venom baddie Riz Ahmed and The Batman's John Turturro, this eight-part crime drama aired back in 2016 and centred on a Pakistani-American accused of murdering a young woman named Andrea after they spend a night together.
A $10 parking fee applies in advance, $20 night of event for all nonmember ticket holders each night of the event. You must buy parking online in advance, or you can become a Garden member and always park for free. Gates open each night at 6 p.m. to event ticket holders.
SoonWilla Harper is dead, seen in an incredible shot at the wheel of a car at thebottom of the river, her hair drifting with the seaweed. And soon the childrenare fleeing down the dream-river in a small boat, while the Preacher followsthem implacably on the shore; this beautifully stylized sequence uses the logicof nightmares, in which no matter how fast one runs, the slow step of thepursuer keeps the pace. The children are finally taken in by a Bible-fearingold lady (Lillian Gish), who would seem to be helpless to defend them againstthe single-minded murderer, but is as unyielding as her faith.
Mitchumis uncannily right for the role, with his long face, his gravel voice, and thesilky tones of a snake-oil salesman. And Shelly Winters, all jitters andrepressed sexual hysteria, is somehow convincing as she falls so prematurelyinto, and out of, his arms. The supporting actors are like a chattering galleryof Norman Rockwell archetypes, their lives centered on bake sales, sodafountains and gossip. The children, especially the little girl, look more oddthan lovable, which helps the film move away from realism and into stylizednightmare. And Lillian Gish and Stanley Cortez quite deliberately, I think,composed that great shot of her which looks like nothing so much as Whistler'smother holding a shotgun.
Ephron takes the shirt Rabin was wearing on the night of the assassination from Israel to the U.S. to have it examined by a gunshot expert. A right-wing activist describes what the assassination meant to her and her settler movement -- a political victory. Hagai, the accomplice, argues with his mother over the details of the murder, and it becomes clear that even she believes in the conspiracy theories.
Since the lights burn bright every night, many have discovered a more leisurely pace by visiting the city midweek when many lodging establishments offer reduced rates, wait times at restaurants are less, and traffic and parking are less of a challenge.
The night of April 14, 1865, forever changed our national history. Together, Ford's Theatre Society and the National Park Service partner to protect the artifacts from that night. Through these objects, we can better understand how that single event transformed our nation. Give to Ford's Theatre to help continue sharing the stories that shaped a nation.
Nicotine, caffeine and alcohol deserve caution, too. The stimulating effects of nicotine and caffeine take hours to wear off and can interfere with sleep. And even though alcohol might make you feel sleepy at first, it can disrupt sleep later in the night.
Nearly everyone has an occasional sleepless night. However, if you often have trouble sleeping, contact your health care provider. Identifying and treating any underlying causes can help you get the better sleep you deserve.
It happened during the Golden Age of the Erdtree, long before the shattering of the Elden Ring. Someone stole a fragment of the Rune of Death from Maliketh, the Black Blade. And on a bitter night, murdered Godwyn the Golden.
On the same night, Ranni awarded her brother, Praetor Rykard, with the Blasphemous Claw, a rock engraved with traces of the Rune of Death, in the hopes that Rykard would be able to challenge Maliketh as a last resort.
On the night of the plot, the assassins arrived in Leyndell, the Royal Capital, and slew Godwyn the Golden, carving the Cursemark of Death into his flesh. The Cursemark was supposed to form a circle, however as Ranni perished in the same moment as Godwyn, the mark was split into two half-wheels. Godwyn's soul alone perished, while Ranni became the first Demigod to die in the flesh.
We recommend bringing comfortable clothes with several layers to sleep in as the temperature may adjust through the night. Shoes are required when moving around the museum, so you may consider bringing slip-ons for a late-night restroom visit. Reusable water bottles and coffee mugs are encouraged. Headphones are required if you need to use your phone after lights out. While the museum does not get totally dark, we also recommend bringing a small flashlight.
Snack typically consists of a piece of fruit and a small, bagged snack like chips or pretzels. There is also hot tea and coffee for adults, plus juice and water. Breakfast typically consists of fruit, bagels and cereal, as well as hot tea, coffee, juice and water. Coffee and water are available all night.
Importance: The association between physician fatigue and patient outcomes is important to understand but has been difficult to examine given methodological and data limitations. Surgeons frequently perform urgent procedures overnight and perform additional procedures the following day, which could adversely affect outcomes for those daytime operations.
Exposures: Whether the attending surgeon for the current day's procedures operated between 11 pm and 7 am the previous night. Two exposure measures were examined: whether the surgeon operated at all the previous night and the number of hours spent operating the previous night (including having performed no work at all).
Results: Among 498 234 daytime operations performed by 1131 surgeons, 13 098 (2.6%) involved an attending surgeon who operated the night before. The mean (SD) age of the patients who underwent an operation was 55.3 (16.4) years, and 264 740 (53.1%) were female. After adjusting for operation type, surgeon fixed effects, and observable patient characteristics (ie, age and comorbidities), the adjusted incidence of in-hospital death or major complications was 5.89% (95% CI, 5.41%-6.36%) among daytime operations when the attending surgeon operated the night before compared with 5.87% (95% CI, 5.85%-5.89%) among daytime operations when the same surgeon did not (absolute adjusted difference, 0.02%; 95% CI, -0.47% to 0.51%; P = .93). No significant associations were found between overnight work and secondary outcomes except for operation length. Operating the previous night was associated with a statistically significant decrease in length of daytime operations (adjusted length, 112.7 vs 117.4 minutes; adjusted difference, -4.7 minutes; 95% CI, -8.7 to -0.8, P = .02), although this difference is unlikely to be meaningful.
Conclusions and relevance: The findings of this cross-sectional study suggest that operating overnight was not associated with worse outcomes for operations performed by surgeons the subsequent day. These results provide reassurance concerning the practice of having attending surgeons take overnight call and still perform operations the following morning.
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