View Comments The Real Thing Tony winner Stephen Dillane, Gina McKee, Francesca Annis and more have been enlisted for Donmar Warehouse’s 2016 spring season. Three plays are scheduled to run at the London theater— Anthony Weigh’s Welcome Home, Captain Fox!, Nick Payne’s Elegy and Brian Friel’s Faith Healer.The season will kick off with a comedy of identity, lost and found—Welcome Home, Captain Fox!, Weigh’s new version of Jean Anouilh’s hit 1937 work Le Voyageur Sans Bagage. Directed by Blanche McIntyre, the family drama will feature Francesca Annis, Michelle Asante, Barnaby Kay, Rory Keenan, Katherine Kingsley, Trevor Laird and Fenella Woolgar. The production is scheduled to play a limited engagement February 18, 2016 through April 16, with opening night scheduled for March 1.The Donmar’s Artistic Director Josie Rourke will then reunite with the Donmar’s writer-in-residence Payne to helm the world premiere of Elegy. The show imagines a near future in which radical advances in medical science mean that it’s now possible extend life, but at what cost? Opening night is set for April 27; the production will run April 21 through June 18.For the last play in the season, Lyndsey Turner will direct Friel’s Faith Healer, starring Dillane as Frank and McKee as Grace. About the possibility of genius, and the certainty of failure, the revival will play June 23 through August 20, with opening night scheduled for June 28.
For the third year in a row Vermont achieved its goal of sustaining a seat belt usage rate of above 85 percent. And as a result of the State’s impaired driving countermeasures, Vermont attained the lowest alcohol-impaired fatality rate in the country in 2008, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA).“We’ve worked hard to make our roads and highways safer through outreach and education,” said Governor Douglas. “These results are thanks to our hardworking public safety professionals, as well as to Vermonters who are adopting safe driving practices every day.”In a letter to Public Safety Commissioner Tom Tremblay, NHSTA Regional Administrator Philip J. Weiser commended the Governor’s Highway Safety Program (GHSP), in particular Coordinator Jeanne Johnson, on Vermont’s progress maintaining a high seat belt usage rate and the lowest alcohol-impaired fatality rate in the country in the preceding year.“While all Vermonters can be proud that we are recognized for our safety efforts, we must remain ever vigilant,” said Jeanne Johnson. “Drivers should always obey the speed limit, buckle up, never drive impaired and keep focused on the road at all times.”As a secondary enforcement state, Vermont was able to maintain a seat belt usage rate of 85 percent for three years in a row due to annual high-visibility enforcement campaigns, as well as collaborative, data-driven efforts among state, county and local law enforcement agencies – efforts that are also critical to reducing the number of alcohol-related fatalities and injuries.“State, county and local law enforcement are all working together to build on past success and make our roads safer,” said Commissioner Tremblay. “Strengthening our great collaboration is necessary so that we can continue to meet our highway safety goals.” Source: Governor’s office. 2.2.2010###
Published on February 26, 2014 at 11:33 pm The upcoming weekend is a big one for the Syracuse indoor track and field team. For some it’s an opportunity to showcase their talents on the big stage. For others it’s just another step en route to the spring season. For all of SU’s seniors, though, it will be one of the last times they’ll be running collegiately.Syracuse will head to Clemson, S.C., for the Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Track and Field Championship this weekend — and it means something different for each participating senior. “I truly believe that we, the seniors, are getting hot at the right time,” sprinter Jaquan Holland said. “Right now it’s all about not doing those things you can do to get worse, and just maintaining what you have been doing all season.”Depending on whether or not certain seniors will use another year of eligibility, Syracuse could have as many as 21 runners leave the team at season’s end. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFor those that could leave, it will be their first and last year competing in the ACC championship. Robert Molke has spent five years running for Syracuse, and is just experiencing all the changes and developments that have happened throughout his time.“It’s cool to be competing in a new conference, especially being a fifth-year runner,” Molke said. “I’ve gotten to see changes that’s going on, the switch in the conference and everything.”After years of competing in the Big East Conference, Syracuse opted to join the ACC before this season. However, the different conference doesn’t seem to affect or intimidate the Orange.Head coach Chris Fox simply described it as “the same thing,” and his runners — including senior hurdler Donald Pollitt — agreed with their coach’s statement.“There really isn’t much of a disparity (between the two). The only difference is the title, the conference name,” Pollitt said. “Whether it’s the Big East or the ACC, you’re still going to be going up against a few fast people, tough competitors.”Senior distance runner Molly Malone believes the team is ready for this weekend, and credits the coaching for a recent peak in success.Malone believes the schedule Fox and his assistants constructed has set them up for success at the conference championship.“The coaches lay out the program for each season in a way that we will peak at the time that we need to,” Malone said. “The ACC (championship) is a point where we’re going to take a lot of rest which means we’re going to have a lot more fuel in our system to get to the times and places that we need.”This past weekend at the Cornell Marc Deneault Invitational, seniors Holland, Polland and Michelle Riley were all able to win their competitions. At the Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational on Saturday, Malone led the women’s distance medley relay team to a third-place finish.And in just the past few weeks several seniors, including Malone, Riley, Pollitt, Molke, Reed Kamyszek and Sarah Pagano, all set new personal records in recent competitions.Fox is pleased with where the team is and has been very impressed with his seniors’ performance so far.Now the team will look for continued success from the group at a pivotal time. “Everyone wants to be remembered for something,” Holland said. “At a school like this, I definitely want to be remembered when I leave and go on to the next level of my career.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Commentary by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” H.B. No. 2453…Oh, boy.Kansas is in the national spotlight again for all the wrong reasons with a bill called H.B. No. 2453 that proposes allowing public and private employees the right to refuse service based on religious views of marriage.Translation: We don’t want to serve homosexuals.The bill passed the House, and now goes to the Senate. If it is passed there then all eyes will be on Governor Sam Brownback to sign it into law.However, there is some good news. The bill appears on its way to dying thanks to one courageous legislator, who happens to be a Republican.Â Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle told Wichita Eagle reporter Bryan Lowery in his excellently written piece here, Â it is unlikely that H.R. 2453 will get through the Senate. She has relegated it to a Judiciary Committee, who is “very busy” with other matters, but could get to it at a later date.In other words, the check is in the mail.Wagle told Lowery:â€œAfter an initial review, Iâ€™ve grown concerned about the practical impact of the bill.”Ya’ think?And to think in the 1990s, Wagle was considered one of the hardest right wingers in the legislature.I’m not about to debate the merits of homosexuality and same-sex couples, because everyone has a different view of morality. And quite frankly, the topic bores me. But I will address the legal practicality of H.R. 2453.First of all, the law would be unenforceable!For instance, let’s say I go into a restaurant with a gay person. Since I’m straight, but the other guy is gay, would we be considered a gay couple? And really how would the restaurant owner know who is gay and who is not?And if the business owners decide to discriminate and refuse service, aren’t they setting themselves up for a potential civil suit, not to mention immense ridicule on the Internet? The thing is if Brownback passed it into law, there is no way the law would be upheld by the court’s anyway. The U.S. Supreme Court has already struck down gay marriage bans in Oklahoma and Utah. Would they really uphold a law that touts discrimination?The bill also is so poorly written, legislators are ambiguous what it actually means. Rep. Charles Macheers, a Republican from Shawnee, who drafted the bill has repeatedly said it only relates to wedding-related businesses. But others say the bill is too broadly defined and even stretches into marriages not considered traditional like women working out of the house. Again read the Eagle article.The biggest problem I see with the bill is not its ineffectiveness or its lack of a defined meaning. My problem is H.R. 2453 gives the national pundits another excuse to bully Kansas – paint us as bigoted Neanderthals. We all know that isn’t the case. Kansas has had a strong tradition of progressive politics with strong traditional values. We eat meat, shoot guns and go to church every week and we also innovate as far as public policy. We brought the nation Bob Dole.Unfortunately, a bill such as this wipes that all away and gives ammunition to those talking heads and comedians on cable T.V. and the Internet, a chance to make a witty soundbite at Kansas’ expense.H.B. 2453 illustrates there is a group of people holding the power in the Kansas leadership, who are unable to grasp how to use that power.True power is the ability to move people â€” to bring people together for a common goodâ€¦ to persuade.But the current Kansas leadership seems more like it wants to antagonize anyone who differs from their point of view. Mark my words, if Wagle decides to run for reelection, she will be in for the fight of her life.Perhaps, those running the Kansas legislature should read the biography of the greatest Conservative to ever walk this earth: Ronald Wilson Reagan. He knew how to play his cards. He knew what battles to fight. He loved his enemies and in the process tempered their opposition.And he effectively got what he wanted.It seems like an attitude lost on our current Kansas leadership.In an era of unGodly morality, and our failure to be civil, the message of the Christian Coalition should have been a winning one.But when bills like H.R. 2453 that are rooted in hate and are destined to fail, make such significant progress in the Kansas legislative process, then whatever other legitimate message that is being sent by the same group, will go on deaf ears.Here’s hoping this bill dies very quickly, and the rest of the country can divert their short attention span elsewhere. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (31) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +21 Vote up Vote down Republican · 338 weeks ago Government should stay out of people’s bedrooms. The far right Governor has an agenda that doesn’t appeal to this voter. Report Reply 1 reply · active 338 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down Catfish Charlie · 338 weeks ago Also better shoot down, I believe Senate Bill 350 (public school financing). Property taxes will go sky high on each individual school district. Report Reply 0 replies · active 338 weeks ago +9 Vote up Vote down Homeboy · 338 weeks ago I feel like this Bill would set Kansas back. Please get rid of the bigoted people. Report Reply 0 replies · active 338 weeks ago +21 Vote up Vote down 2014?Really? · 338 weeks ago I want to know who the hell is seriously spending our tax dollars on this ridiculous legislation. I figure it is because of the ignorant individuals that do not educate themselves before they VOTE! How did these guys get into office? Was it because they had an R by their name? Brilliant strategy! How about we use the money toward education……I know that is a strange concept, but it might just work! Report Reply 0 replies · active 338 weeks ago -6 Vote up Vote down Jim · 338 weeks ago Has anyone read this Bill or is everyone just listening and arguing over the FLAK put out by the Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender movement.(GLBT initials are always used) The is a bill to keep the government from FORCING an individual or religious entity from REQUIRING to do something against their will. As Amended by House Committee Session of 2014 HOUSE BILL No. 2453 By Committee on Federal and State Affairs 1-16 AN ACT concerning religious freedoms with respect to marriage. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no individual or religious entity shall be required by any governmental entity to do any of the following, if it would be contrary to the sincerely held religious beliefs of the individual or religious entity regarding sex or gender: (a) Provide any services, accommodations, advantages, facilities, goods, or privileges; provide counseling, adoption, foster care and other social services; or provide employment or employment benefits, related to, or related to the celebration of, any marriage, domestic partnership, civil union or similar arrangement; (b) solemnize any marriage, domestic partnership, civil union or similar arrangement; or (c) treat any marriage, domestic partnership, civil union or similar arrangement as valid. Sec. 2. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no refusal by an individual or religious entity to engage in any activity described in section 1, and amendments thereto, shall result in: (1) A civil claim or cause of action under state or local law based upon such refusal; or (2) an action by any governmental entity to penalize, withhold benefits from, discriminate against or otherwise disadvantage any protected individual or religious entity, under any state or local law. (b) Any individual or religious entity named in or subject to a civil action, an administrative action or any action by a governmental entity may immediately assert the protections provided by section 1, and amendments thereto, or this section, as a defense by moving to dismiss such action. If the motion to dismiss is filed in an action before an administrative tribunal, within 15 days after the filing of such motion any party to such action may elect to transfer jurisdiction of such action to a district court with proper venue. Within 60 days after such transfer of jurisdiction, the district court shall decide whether the claimed protection applies. The district court shall not permit any additional discovery or factfinding prior to making its decision Brief* HB 2453, as amended, would create new law to prohibit an individual or religious entity from being required by any governmental entity to do anything with respect to activities identified in the bill, if contrary to an individual’s or religious entity’s sincerely held religious belief regarding sex or gender. Those activities identified in the bill include: ● Providing services, accommodations, advantages, facilities, goods, privileges, counseling, adoption, foster care, other social services, employment or employment benefits related to any marriage, domestic partnership, civil union, or similar arrangement; ● Solemnizing any marriage, domestic partnership, civil union, or similar arrangement; or ● Treating as valid any marriage, domestic partnership, civil union, or similar arrangement. Under the bill’s provisions, the refusal of an individual or religious entity to engage in the listed activities could not result in a civil claim or cause of action under state or local law or an action by a governmental entity to penalize, withhold benefits from, discriminate against, or otherwise disadvantage an individual or religious entity protected by the bill’s provisions. Report Reply 1 reply · active 338 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Michael Wolff · 338 weeks ago I am not surprised at the level of anger against conservative Christians standing up for what they believe. The homosexual agenda is to silence and force all people to accept their life style as good and right. They will call Christians bigoted, intolerant, bullies, and hateful. Even one person said “get rid of bigoted people.” Another said that Christians are “ignorant”, so I guess we just need to be taught correct thinking. Finally, the author said that this bill is rooted in hate. He seems to imply that people who want to be free from doing things against their religion are hateful. A person can consciously object to killing in the military and they can be given different jobs. It seems to me this is that kind of bill. If you haven’t noticed many people in entertainment ridicule and mock Christians all the time Report Reply 4 replies · active 338 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down anonymous · 338 weeks ago Tell you what. I’m all for gay equal rights and stuff like that. If I take my kids into a restaurant and a couple of guys are sitting at the next table kissing on each other and acting like clowns, i sure as heck want them thrown out. No two ways about it. Got it ? That’s not being a bigot. Thats having some decorum. So all you left-wingers who support “special privileges” for special-interest groups and who LEAP at anything even remotely “against” their “special agenda” need to start thinking twice about some of the crazy bills they bring to vote. Some of this stuff… well, you really DONT WANT going on in public. Think, think, think. Report Reply 4 replies · active 338 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down Let us know · 338 weeks ago Tracy can you open up an area where if we get news we can post it and you can check on it and give us all the inside info. I heard last night that Wal-Mart is going to start remodeling and taking away our super center making it just a regular wal mart and moving their front doors and going to cut employees and shorter hours instead of being open 24hrs. just curious if you have heard anything. Report Reply 1 reply · active 338 weeks ago -2 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 338 weeks ago It’s unfortunate that the left always jumps at the chance to name call as soon as someone simply has a differnet opinion. Someone having a difference of opinon/moral, don’t make the two sides enemies. I’m always open to agreeing to disagree. Report Reply 2 replies · active 338 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down jayhawks · 338 weeks ago I believe a business owner should have the right to refuse service to anyone they choose. If they cab say no shies, no shirt no service isnt other areas that they so choose on to? There are many others places a person can go if that said business refuses them. If I was ever refused service I would simply move on. AND I agree with Pastor Wolff. Report Reply 4 replies · active 338 weeks ago 12Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! 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17 Jun 2016 England’s Scott Gregory reaches Amateur Championship final England international Scott Gregory will face Scotland’s Robert MacIntrye in the final of the 121st Amateur Championship at Royal Porthcawl tomorrow. Gregory played steady golf and was never behind in the semi-final as he eliminated Poland’s Adrian Meronk by 3&2 to secure his place in the 36-hole final. MacIntyre came through a tense contest with Irishman Paul McBride at the second extra hole to set up the first Anglo-Scottish final since 2004 when Stuart Wilson defeated Lee Corfield at St Andrews. Gregory, who was runner-up in this year’s Spanish Amateur Championship, seized the initiative from the outset, winning the first hole with a par four after a slightly delayed start while surface water was cleared from the 1st green following a downpour. Although he slipped up with a double bogey six on the 3rd, the 21-year-old from Corhampton in Hampshire took control of the match around the turn, winning three out of five holes from the 8th to go 4 up. Meronk, who is part of the European Arnold Palmer Cup team which will face the USA at Formby next week, struggled to find the form which had taken him to the semi-final. Gregory, who was a finalist in the English Amateur Championship in 2014, sealed the win with a half in four at the 16th. He said afterwards: “I’m pretty chuffed – my game is in good shape and I’m hitting it really solidly tee to green. If I can just maintain that, keep hitting it close, and giving myself chances, I think I’ve got a good chance of getting something good tomorrow. “I knew I had to play well. If I didn’t play well I knew I wasn’t going to win. I just had to go out there and stick to my game plan – try and hit fairways and greens and give myself putts. Fortunately I was able to do that and apply some pressure and move on from there. I got things rolling and just held onto it really. “I’ve got a job tomorrow – I just need to take it one shot at a time – one hole at a time. If I play the best golf that I can play then I’ll be at The Open. But I’m not going to think too much about it.” In the second semi-final, MacIntyre, the 2015 Scottish Amateur champion, trailed for most of the front nine but moved in front with birdies at the 11th and 12th holes and when McBride bogeyed the next it looked difficult for him to find a way back. The Irishman battled back to win the 17th, however, and took the match down the last. When the left-handed MacIntyre (19) failed to get down in two with a putt from the back of the 18th green, the match was all square. On the first extra hole, McIntyre’s 10 ft birdie putt just missed on the left and the hole was halved. On the 20th, the Scot found the green in two but McBride was short and right of the green. He chipped to 35 ft and when he failed to hole the putt coming back, it left MacIntyre with two putts for the match and he duly took his place in the final. In the morning quarter-finals, Gregory saw off the challenge of Spain’s Javier Sainz by 5&4 while MacIntyre ended the run of another Spaniard, Ivan Cantero, with a 2&1 win. Meronk defeated Frenchman Nicolas Maheut by 5&4 and McBride edged out Scotland’s Ewen Ferguson by two holes. Scott Gregory image © Leaderboard Photography
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recent times by the party at state levels especially in the South-West “The truth of the matter is that the family ties within members of the party in the South-West has collapsed Mark my word the best electoral victory in 2015 will come from Lagos PDP I hope to see the PDP governor in Lagos State in 2015 and the efforts must start now” Babatope said In a lecture entitled “Need to promote family ties in Lagos PDP-winning election as a case study” Babatope said costly organisation mistake also robbed the party of victory in Ogun State as he lauded the eight-year administration of Chief Gbenga Daniel He traced the defeat of the PDP in Oyo State in 2011 to endless politicial feud “I must let you know that we made a mistake in Osun State in the past when we focused more on ethnic representatation Everybody want his own person to be governor and all that I was part of the people who made the mistake and we will never repeat it” Babatope said Meanwhile former PDP national deputy chairman Chief Olabode George in his brief remark dismissed the claim that there was no unity within the PDP in the state The narrow asphalt road known as Puerto Rico Route 123 shadows the Río Grande de Arecibo along its eastern bank a steep hillside with the ropy emerald lushness of a tropical rain forest and at dawn on Sept 20 2017 a terrifying roar "It sounded like a monster" Yolanda Guzmán recalls of Hurricane Maria "I didnt think I was going to survive" She did but the 2975 people whose deaths were tied to the mega-storm would make itonce they were finally talliedthe most lethal US natural disaster in at least a century As with Florence which swamped the Carolinas for days and Typhoon Mangkhut which scoured the Philippines and Hong Kong the physical devastation of Puerto Rico was obvious right away But it would be 11 months before its government produced a credible count of the dead And when it did a new storm came with it The final number calculated by experts at George Washington 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morgues and funeral homes across the US territory of 33 million including the bend in Route 123 where Yolanda rode out the storm with neighbors whose numbers steadily diminished over the next year Yolanda Guzmán who lives in the Caníaco neighborhood of Utuado almost died from a low blood sugar episode Crews had cleared the road no farther than her house allowing an ambulance to pick her up as she lost consciousness Christopher Gregory for TIME The tidy largely middle-class homes about three miles north of the small city of Utuado in Puerto Ricos central mountains appeared to weather Maria well Appearances deceive One of Yolandas neighbors died in her home where her body remained for a week as her son struggled for sanity Two other neighbors perished in the next six weeks succumbing to medical conditions that could not be treated in the months they were without electricity or running water That made three deaths in the space of a tenth of a mile And it nearly became four on the morningfive months after the stormthat Yolanda did not wake up "The thing is" says Juan Santiago son of the only victim counted in the original tally "a lot of people died after the hurricane see" A portrait of the late Maribel Sánchez Flores when her daughter was a child; Magdalena’s kitchen Christopher Gregory for TIME Everything flowed from that first 24 hours "It was impressive" deadpans Carlos Soto who rode out Maria with his wife and daughter two doors down from Yolanda in what began the storm as a two-story home How impressive Of 13000 "cyclone events" since 1950 the Climate Impact Lab says only five were more intense than Mariaand all of those were in the Pacific and struck smaller land masses It took eight hours for Maria to traverse Puerto Rico moving southeast to northwest with average wind speeds of 123 mph Utuado in the center of the island was also in the center of the storm When the eye passed over Carlos dashed outside and up the stairs to retrieve the dogs from his apartment which no longer had a roof The next morning people ventured outside to a new world The island had changed color from leaf green to the gray brown of tree trunks laced black by thrown soil "It was like they threw a bomb because everything looked burnt" says Zenaida Sánchez 67 Residents waded through pools of leaves Carlos ran into Juan who lived across the road with his mother who had Alzheimers "The hurricane was Wednesday and Thursday in the morning around 6:30 I said Mommy we survived the hurricane Nothing happened to us right" Juan says "A half hour later I said Come and eat your breakfast She said Ai Ai Ai She had a real bad pain in her neck like by her jaw She started screaming Im going to die Youre going to be all alone" Magdalena Flores poses in front of her home in Utuado on Aug 31 Her daughter Maribel died in the aftermath of the storm from asthma complications Christopher Gregory for TIME Her heart failed minutes later Juan wrapped his mothers body in a shower curtain then ventured into the tangle of downed trees and power lines When he encountered Carlos he said he wanted to bury her in the yard He was dissuaded A few hours later visitors began to arrive from the outside José Luis Sánchez had hiked for three hours over mudslides and downed trees to check on his own 79-year-old mother who burst into tears at the sight of him head to toe in mud During the 35 minutes it took to cover the 300 yards from there to his sister Maribels house he ran into Juan a friend from childhood "Im going back with you" Juan told him "Im going to go crazy Ill kill myself if I stay here" They reached town after dark and when Juan told the police about his mothers death they questioned him for three hours "They thought I killed my mother" he says Zilma Maldonado poses in her son Miguel García’s room in Utuado on Aug 31 He and his brother left after the hurricane Christopher Gregory for TIME It took a week for earthmoving equipment to clear enough space on Route 123 for a vehicle carrying mortuary workers They approached the house in white protective suits then transported the corpse of Carmen Meléndez Aponte to the Institute of Forensic Sciences in San Juan which sent it right back She was buried in Utuado on Sept 29 eight days after she died the funeral home moving at the express pace that had become routine "We were really really busy" says Luisa Avilés an employee at Utuado Memorial where the workloadthree funerals a day most attended by one or two peoplefailed to jibe with the governments account of the storm The facility handled 24 bodies in the three weeks after Maria That alone would account for a third of the entire islands "official" death tolland there are 77 other municipalities The disconnect was one of many that muddied public perception of the catastrophe When the mainlands attention finally shifted from weeks in thrall of Harvey and Irma the hurricanes that had just hit Texas and Florida it was hard to know what to think Puerto Rico was clearly devastated Yet at daily news briefings Governor Ricardo Rosselló flanked by FEMA officials projected control The capitals convention center was an air-conditioned beehive of wi-fi polo-shirted bureaucrats and digital "logistics snapshots" On Oct 2 a screen read: Federal Workers on the ground: 13000 Hospitals Open: 92% The water line in an abandoned building in the town center of Utuado; the closet of Javier García as it looked when he left after the storm to join the Air Force Christopher Gregory for TIME The next day Iván Luciano died in one of them A diabetic he was taken from his house just below Route 123 to the Utuado hospital after Hurricane Irma which skirted the island but still knocked out power in parts When his condition worsened and he needed dialysis Iván was transferred 20 miles to Arecibo a city of 90000 where he was in the ICU But after Maria that facility too lost power and Iván died there Oct 3 relatives say In news briefings at the time commonwealth and FEMA officials singled out dialysis as a service that hospitals were continuing to provide "Lies" says Iváns sister Zoraida Luciano Gonzáles 68 Like 400000 others on the island she has diabetes She requires insulin that must be kept refrigerated and after losing power in the storm she cooled hers in water from a mountain spring At the houses on Route 123 neighbors chipped in $2 each to pay a local boy to shuttle ice from town every day It would be eight months not until May 2018 before they had power again Maria imposed the longest blackout in US history with more than 34 billion customer hours lost That in turn produced more deaths Two doors up from Yolanda José Sánchezs sister Maribel Sánchez Flores struggled to breathe Maribel 58 was born with spina bifida and suffered from severe asthma but shed lived the life she wanted She taught special education in the vocational high school built a house of her own andas a single mother by choiceraised the daughter she had risked her life to have; doctors had warned her the pregnancy could be fatal But with her bad lungs she always left a room where someone was smoking and now they grew worse after the storm The air on the island was laden with debris and dust When cars passed the particles flew through the windows of her house which lay slightly below grade She needed medication from a nebulizer four times a day and plugged it in at generators at her mothers house or at Yolandas Her sister a nurse pressed Maribel to move in with her in Arecibo At the end of October the sister called José to say Maribel was in the hospital "I had the feeling I would never see her again" he said She died on Nov 1 Gravekeeper Tulio Collazo Vega poses by the grave of three elderly sisters who where killed by a landslide the day Maria hit Puerto Rico Christopher Gregory for TIME This was life after the stormuncomfortable attenuated vulnerable But everyone was in it together Sometimes intimately Jorge Rosario 67 Maribels neighbor to the north felt exposed in his own yard "All the leaves were gone" he laughs "You couldnt even pee" A PVC pipe extending from a hillside spring at the bend in the road became the village tap and shower When she needed to bathe Zilma Maldonado who lived across the street posted her sons as lookouts But the truth was Maria made a community out of what had been a neighborhood Before the storm some people were already friendly (Maribel would bring around the coconut cookies she made) Others might just wave from their driveways on the way to work Now everyone looked after one another After two weeks passed without any aid from outside Carlos mother-in-law Judith Valentín hiked into town to alert the National Guard which had been concentrating aid on a region cut off by a bridge Afterward relief arrived in dribs and drabsfirst water wipes and tins of corned beef then FEMA and private aid agencies Zenaida whose house had been crushed by a tree lists on her fingers what came her way: "Gas stoves tarps bedsheets They helped us a lot And World Vision gave us a $500 check" Her stepmother listens beside her in silence having paid with her own money to repair a part of her roof Residents on Route 123 graded the official response to Maria at 3 on a scale of 10 some going as high as 4 A house damaged by a fallen tree in the Caníaco neighborhood of Utuado; a downed power line Christopher Gregory for TIME Yet on an island where dependency is an abiding issuenearly half of Puerto Rican households receive food stampsthe storm also brought a sense of self-sufficiency "Everyone was clearing bamboo [from the road]" Zenaida says "Everyone had a machete" Zilmas son Javier had gone to bed with a shrug on Sept 19 after his video game lost power But after the National Guard arrived with water and food he was moved to join the service "I have a different perspective now in life" he says from Sheppard Air Force Base in Texas "It was like I got to stop messing around I got to do something A lot of people I know were like that" The central essential lesson of Maria however was that modern life is fragile Sustaining it requires a webbingof power lines and cold chains cell towers and data packetsthat is not easily stood up once knocked down One morning in late February Yolandas husband Juan Rivera woke as usual but could not rouse his wife After five months of relying on ice to cool her insulin she had slipped into a diabetic coma Juan ran around the yard with his cell phone aloft searching frantically for a signal so he could summon an ambulance He suspects the one he found was bounced off a balloon that Alphabet the parent company of Google had launched around the island to stand in for hobbled cell towers Without it or a road passable by an ambulance Yolanda might well have joined Carmen Iván and Maribel among the nearly 3000 dead "Places that are filled with vulnerable people if you lose power youre going to risk loss of life" says Dr Lynn Goldman dean of the Milken Institute School of Public Health at GWU which Puerto Rico hired in February to finally clear up the question of fatalities Kaleb Acevedo poses on the bicycle he got after the storm Christopher Gregory for TIME For months the governor had avoided the issue working to cultivate Trump and maintain the notion that the response was somehow a federal success But as time passed the death count was viewed as a dangerous distortion in the fact-driven world of disaster preparedness The response to each new storm is after all informed by insights gleaned from the last During Hurricane Floyd in 1999 Georgia and South Carolina pioneered turning freeways into one-way evacuation routes and North Carolina followed suit as Florence approached There was no evacuating Puerto Rico but lifesaving lessons lurk in every catastrophe In July FEMA published its own after-action report listing its shortcomings in Maria including staff shortages and warehouses nearly empty when the storm arrived "You need to know if a lot of people died" says Dr Satchit Balsari one of the first researchers who set out to correct the record in a study by Harvard "It sheds light on the enormity of the disaster but importantly it helps us prepare for the next disaster" The Harvard study which used random interviews with households to estimate the possible range of the storms fatalities found the death rate in Puerto Rico was still above normal on Dec 31 A water cistern under repair; downed power lines that have not been removed since the hurricane Christopher Gregory for TIME GWUs study with the cooperation of the government used death certificates which turned out to be as reliable in Puerto Rico as elsewhere in the US They provided a historical baseline for the number of deaths that usually occur on the island from late September to late February By tallying every death during the six months after Maria then subtracting the baseline researchers had the number resulting from the storm including the "indirect deaths" the CDC says should be counted in the aftermath The math wasnt simple The study adjusted for variables including what Goldman called the "amazing" number of people who fled Puerto Rico after the storm for the US mainland Among the 300000 who fled were Juan Santiago who joined relatives in Florida and Zilmas two sons All told four of the dozen houses at the bend stand vacant a year after the storm And more may empty Electricity is still iffy and Puerto Ricans remain on edge With the approach of each tropical depression people rush to book flights out empty supermarket shelves of bottled water and form lines at gas stations Just an hour of rain on Sept 12 this year caused flooding in San Juans streets The island may look like it did before Maria: the leaves came back in the spring houses have been rebuilt But underneath systems are still choked by what the storm left behind "I lost my daughter" says Maribels mother Magdalena Flores She stands on her front porch in a housedress eyes brimming 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