NAMI New Jersey and NAMI Atlantic/Cape May announce their annual Walk, on May 19,2018.The Walk will be held at the Boardwalk at Seaside Park in Ocean County, New Jersey.The check in time will be 9 A.M. and the Walk starts at 10:00 A.M.NAMI New Jersey and all of it's county affiliates are hoping to raise funds and awarenessabout mental illness. NAMI affiliates all around the state provide free programs of Support, Education and Advocacy for all those affected by mental illness.The theme of this year's walk is "Step Forward For Our Heroes" To join our walking teamplease call Abbie Katz at (215)327-7940 to join a car pool.To donate for the walk on line go to www.namiwalks.org/team/atlantic-capemay. You mayalso mail checks made out to NAMI New Jersey to, Gail Dembin, 150 Blackman Road, EHT,NJ 08234. … [Read more...] about NAMIWalks New Jersey
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The MGM National Harbor glows a shiny white at night, rising above the Potomac River like — its architect has suggested — a vast ship sailing into a dock.That ship arrives for gamblers and D.C.-area boosters Thursday night when MGM opens the casino and resort beside Interstate 95 at the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. The company expects it will become not only a regional destination but a global one.The $1.4 billion property promises to lure gamblers and others from near and far, further flooding state coffers with gaming revenue, and bringing even more tourists to one of the nation's top tourism regions."What's essentially different about this is MGM is obviously a world-class operator. It's clear from their plans that they have high hopes for this," said Michael Pollock, managing director at Spectrum Gaming Group, a gambling consultant in New Jersey. "From our vantage point, we suggest those high hopes will be justified."While MGM will be Maryland's sixth casino, it stands alone … [Read more...] about MGM National Harbor, new Maryland ‘landmark,’ gambling on region’s casino appetite
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Common Sense ByJames B. Stewart April 5, 2018 As I zipped up the West Side Highway the other day in a gleaming red Tesla Model 3, I found myself wondering: Are American drivers ready for Autopilot? Autopilot is Tesla’s enhanced driver-assistance technology, which the company maintains is the most advanced system available. Tesla says all its vehicles “have the hardware needed for full self-driving capability at a safety level substantially greater than that of a human driver.” In this case, I was the human. I had tried a gull-wing Model X last fall with an earlier version of Autopilot, but since then the stakes — for both Tesla and consumers — have soared. On March 23, a driver was killed in Mountain View, Calif., after a Model X crashed into a concrete highway divider while Autopilot was … [Read more...] about With Tesla in a Danger Zone, Can Model 3 Carry It to Safety?
When it comes to technology, unintended consequences can really bite.The piece of automotive tech that I rely on most is one that I install myself: an old-school radar detector. While I love a head-up display and appreciate Air Play, a top-tier detector has always been the one thing that I insist on using no matter what. If I'm driving, I've got a detector working. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below So I suppose it's only fitting that another piece of new technology is fouling it all up. It isn't that law enforcement has significantly upped its game. It's the proliferation of new-age safety sensor systems. According to executives at companies like Escort Inc., the radio band frequencies are suddenly teeming with signals from autos using active lane assist, blind-spot monitoring, and automatic emergency braking. These new-age safety aids use the same K and Ka frequencies as law enforcement radar, which make detectors go wild with false alerts. That makes them pretty worthless, or … [Read more...] about How New Car Technology Is Forcing Radar Detectors to be More Accurate
There’s a heck of a lot of hand-wringing and head-scratching going on these days in the boardrooms, engineering pods, and product planning departments of the world’s largest automakers. The decisions being made now will determine their direction for the next five to 10 years or more. But which direction?Americans can’t seem to get enough crossovers—for now. How much longer should makers invest in the internal combustion engine? Are electric powertrains the real answer, or will another solution emerge? Will anyone still want to embrace performance and drive for the love of driving anymore? How long before cars drive us?The simple answer in the near-term is there are no simple answers. But there are those who are positioned better than most. Who have their eggs neatly arranged in multiple baskets. Who appear to be nimble enough to quickly turn once the future of the automobile starts to come into clearer view. Jaguar Land Rover appears to be one of those … [Read more...] about Jaguar Land Rover Has Its Eggs in Multiple Baskets