Mindful baking workshop aims to combat stress

first_imgA new workshop is combining bread making with the idea of ‘mindfulness’.Taking place at The School of Artisan Food next month, the Mindful Bread workshop is being run by Ian Waterland, who has worked in mental health for 28 years and now runs Leicestershire micro-bakery Knead Good Bread.The workshop follows a pilot study by The Real Bread Campaign in which participants said baking made them happier and more relaxed, less anxious and had given them a sense of achievement.Mindfulness is the idea of improving mental wellbeing by paying more attention to the present moment – to your own thoughts and feelings, and to the world around you.”Everyone would benefit from mindfulness in today’s modern fast-paced world,” said Waterland. “Many of us do use it, but not consciously or as well as we could. It’s actually an ancient technique. It’s about being present in the moment.”He added that, when making bread, a baker has to use all their senses and “stay in the moment”.“How does it look, taste, smell, is the texture right and so on? I believe the process of making bread is therapeutic, it is much healthier than buying bread and can be an effective strategy in combating stress and of course, it’s also fun.”The workshop will teach techniques such as mindful breathing and talk about the benefits of the technique during the hands-on bread baking session.“I’ll be using the gaps while the dough is proving or baking to talk about mindfulness, its history and some techniques that we will be putting into practice,” added Waterland.He said his work with young people with learning disabilities had shown him how beneficial bread-making can be.“When we are baking, the level of challenging behaviour from these young adults really drops and they gain skills to take out into the wider world, as well as gaining a huge sense of achievement.”last_img read more

Wayback Wednesday! The Rocky Horror Show, Bradley Cooper & More

first_img Julia Roberts & Bradley Cooper, 2006 Back in 2006, a rising star named Julia Roberts made her Broadway debut in Three Days of Rain. OK, she’s the most famous woman in the world, but you’d never know it by the way she introduced herself in her Broadway.com Audience Choice Award acceptance video. “Hi, I’m Julia.” Um yes, we know. But we really didn’t know that bright-eyed guy on the right accepting his very first award! Good Vibrations Rehearsal, 2004 Hang ten with the cast of the short-lived Beach Boys musical Good Vibrations in this rare video from the vaults. Stars David Larsen, Jessica-Snow Wilson, Tituss Burgess and the cast only had “fun, fun, fun” for 94 performances, but the jukebox tuner lives on in this video from an early rehearsal. For the last 14 years, Broadway.com has been on the scene for some of the biggest events in theater history: We’ve seen Broadway hopefuls become legends, unknown musicals become Tony-winning smash hits and so much more. Every Wednesday in January, we’re opening the Broadway.com vaults to take a little trip down memory lane. We’re dusting off vintage videos of The Rocky Horror Show, Good Vibrations, Sweet Charity and more. Stay tuned for more rare clips next Wayback Wednesday! Adam Pascal at Joe’s Pub, 2004 After playing a struggling rocker in Rent, Adam Pascal released his own album, Civilian, and tried his hand at being a real-life rock star. Check out Broadway.com’s rare live footage from a 2005 Joe’s Pub gig, mixed in with super artsy black-and-white interviews with the Tony nominee. Oh, and he also sings a kickass version of “One Song Glory.” Sweet Charity Rehearsal, 2005 The minute we walked in the joint, we could see Christina Applegate would nail her Broadway debut…and she did, in the 2005 revival of Sweet Charity. See her twirl and high-kick in this early rehearsal video and find out why the Tony nominee says she had “more energy and spark” than she’s ever had in her life while playing the title role. Rocky Horror Show Opening Night, 2000 Time is fleeting…can you believe it’s been 15 years since the hit revival of The Rocky Horror Show opened on the Great White Way? Broadway.com was on the scene to party with Tom Hewitt, Alice Ripley, Daphne Rubin-Vega and the cast on opening night. Find out what it’s like to get rice thrown in your eyes and why Jarrod Emick was forced to wear boxers. View Commentslast_img read more

19-year-old Florida caretaker physically abused 88-year-old man

first_imgPolice arrested a 19-year-old man after he was caught on camera abusing an elderly man in his care.According to Fox 13, Hillsborough County deputies arrested Jonah Delgado who was the on-duty caretaker for the 88-year-old victim who requires full-time care for basic needs.Investigators said home surveillance video showed Delgado abusing the victim by slapping his face and yelling at him. Detectives also said cameras captured Delgado putting the victim in a wheelchair and hitting him multiple times in the face, head and stomach.He was also seen pushing the man into a bed and punching him in the stomach three times.“The actions of this man are deplorable, unacceptable and disturbing,” said Hillsborough Sheriff Chad Chronister. “Delgado was trusted to take care of this man and to protect him. He not only broke this trust but put this man in direct danger with his actions.”Delgado has been charged with abuse of an elderly or disabled adult and battery.,Police arrested a 19-year-old man after he was caught on camera abusing an elderly man in his care.According to Fox 13, Hillsborough County deputies arrested Jonah Delgado who was the on-duty caretaker for the 88-year-old victim who requires full-time care for basic needs.Investigators said home surveillance video showed Delgado abusing the victim by slapping his face and yelling at him. Detectives also said cameras captured Delgado putting the victim in a wheelchair and hitting him multiple times in the face, head and stomach.He was also seen pushing the man into a bed and punching him in the stomach three times.“The actions of this man are deplorable, unacceptable and disturbing,” said Hillsborough Sheriff Chad Chronister. “Delgado was trusted to take care of this man and to protect him. He not only broke this trust but put this man in direct danger with his actions.”Delgado has been charged with abuse of an elderly or disabled adult and battery.last_img read more

Local Author Guy T. Simpson Featured at Summer Fest Bazaar

first_imgFacebook10Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Guy T. SimpsonLocal Amazon Best-Selling novelist and middle school teacher Guy Simpson of Rainier, will feature his second mythological fantasy novel “The Brotherhood of Olympus and the Tower of Dreams” with an author appearance and book signing when he appears as the 2016 Summer Fest Bazaar, Saturday, July 9, 2016. The author will be a celebrity guest at the Summer Fest Bazaar featuring nearly a hundred local vendors, crafters, artisans, and more from 9 AM to 5 PM, at Marcus Pavilion at St. Martin’s University, 5000 Abbey Way SE, Lacey.Simpson, a science and leadership teacher, award winning artist and illustrator, and member of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, has been working on the Brotherhood of Olympus Saga for over thirty years while collecting extensive research for the myths, legends, and art that lies as the foundation of the tale.  He is currently working on the third book in the saga. Based on true events and set in the early 1980s in Hoquiam and Vancouver, Washington, “The Brotherhood of Olympus and the Tower of Dreams” is the second book in the series and tells the story of Drake Fraser, a painfully shy, intellectually gifted fifteen year-old boy growing up with his four brothers.  Three months have passed since the Fraser brothers defeated the demons who caused the death of their uncle, united by the struggle they founded the Brotherhood of Olympus.  Now a war of mythological proportions looms on the horizon, and the original Brotherhood is beginning to unravel before they even begin to face the new dangers that await them.  As the leader, Drake must recruit a ragtag ensemble of social misfits to form the core of his new Brotherhood.  The dark gods are poised to strike, and a legendary tower that travels across different realities holds the key to their victory over humanity.  Only one thing stands in the way of their plan to unleash Hell on Earth.  The Brotherhood of Olympus—if they can survive high school, learn to trust each other, and become the heroes they were meant to be. Clyde Lewis, host of the nationally syndicated “Ground Zero” radio show said, “Guy T. Simpson, Jr. is a brilliant author who is bound for great places, he is an expert at bringing the world of the paranormal to the written page, his stories are a rare treat.”last_img read more

Nearly 50 Students From Across the State Committed to Pursuing STEM…

first_imgFacebook61Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington STEMJust like signing days for athletes, the second-annual Washington STEM Signing Day presented in partnership with Boeing celebrated high school seniors from across the state as they made their commitments to some of the state and country’s top technical schools, colleges, and universities.Students signed STEM Letters of Intent at the state capitol in Olympia during a ceremony attended by family members, elected officials and leadership from Boeing. Forty-nine students, one from each legislative district across the state, were selected to take part in the event based on their involvement in STEM education in school and community. These students will be bringing their talents in pursuit of careers in STEM fields and putting themselves on the fast track for success.“Supporting these incredible students, and events like Washington STEM Signing Day that celebrate their success, is part of Boeing’s ongoing commitment to the communities where our employees live and work,” said Bill McSherry, vice president of Government Operations at Boeing Commercial Airplanes. “By investing in these future leaders, we are helping to create a promising future that serves us all.”“Washington STEM knows that from early childhood to post-secondary, there is nothing better that prepares students for success in career and life than STEM.” said Caroline King, CEO of Washington STEM. “The students that we recognize today are an inspiration to their families, communities, and everyone at Washington STEM and Boeing. By committing to STEM, as our newly released research and data shows, these students are putting themselves on a path towards economic opportunity, personal agency, and a bright future in Washington.”A complete list of honorees follows.AberdeenJulia Isabella Gaynor is a senior at Aberdeen High School. Julia plans to study organismal biology at Montana State University. Julia represents LD 19.Kai Kawashima is a senior at Aberdeen High School. Kai plans to study computer science or game design at DigiPen Institute of Technology. Kai represents LD 24.AmboyTaylor Harpe is a senior at Battle Ground High School. Taylor plans to study aeronautical engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott. Taylor represents LD 18.ArlingtonSadie Hollingsworth is a senior at Arlington High School. Sadie plans to study aerospace engineering at the University of Washington. Sadie represents LD 10.AuburnMichael Kopcho is a senior at Auburn-Riverside High School. Michael plans to study computer science at Oregon State University. Michael represents LD 31.BellevueEshika Saxena is a senior at Interlake High School. Eshika plans to study engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Eshika represents LD 48.Kent Richard Zeng is a senior at Newport High School. Kent plans to study engineering at University of Washington. Kent represents LD 41.BellinghamDavid Blaze White is a senior at Squalicum High School. David plans to study mechanical engineering at the University of Washington. David represents LD 40.BlaineAlexandra Hao is a senior at Blaine High School. Alexandra plans to study biochemistry or chemistry at University of Washington. Alexandra represents LD 42.BremertonPrecious Jane Stowers is a senior at Bremerton High School. Precious plans to study computer science at the University of Washington. Precious represents LD 23.Joshua Aguirre is a senior at Bremerton High School. Joshua plans to study health sciences or nursing at Olympic College. Joshua represents LD 26.Jeremy Sabado Tirador is a senior at Bremerton High School. Jeremy plans to study computer science at University of Washington – Tacoma. Jeremy represents LD 35.East WenatcheeBrayden Brown is a senior at Wenatchee High School. Brayden plans to study computer science at Oregon State University – Cascades. Brayden represents LD 12.EverettAlkasem Alzmar is a senior at Everett High School. Alkasem plans to study mechatronics at Everett Community College. Alkasem represents LD 38.Grace Atkinson is a senior at Mountlake Terrace High School. Grace plans to study behavioral sciences at Western Washington University. Grace represents LD 44.Federal WayJoeseph Cummings is a senior at Decatur High School. Joeseph plans to study aviation maintenance technology at South Seattle Community College. Joeseph represents LD 30.KennewickIrving Ozuna is a senior at Delta High School. Irving plans to study architecture at Washington State University. Irving represents LD 9.KentKevin E. Fabila-Alvarez is a senior at Kentridge High School. Kevin plans to study neuroscience at Washington State University. Kevin represents LD 33.Maleeha Nizar is a senior at Kent-Meridian High School. Maleeha plans to study medical sciences at University of Washington – Tacoma. Maleeha represents LD 47.Liberty LakeKaitlyn Pegram is a senior at Central Valley High School. Kaitlyn plans to study engineering at Washington State University. Kaitlyn represents LD 4.LynnwoodVanesa Jaden Estrada is a senior at Mountlake Terrace High School. Vanesa plans to study biology or biological sciences at Western Washington University. Vanesa represents LD 21.Teresa Bonilla is a senior at Mountlake Terrace High School. Teresa plans to study neuroscience at University of Washington. Teresa represents LD 32.Maple ValleyHitesh Boinpally is a senior at Tahoma High School. Hitesh plans to study computer science at University of Washington. Hitesh represents LD 5.MeadNathaniel Boutain is a senior at Mount Spokane High School. Nathaniel plans to study mechanical engineering or automotive engineering at Spokane Falls Community College or Eastern Washington University. Nathaniel represents LD 7.MossyrockDawson Brindle is a senior at W.F West High School. Dawson plans to study aerospace engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott. Dawson represents LD 20.Mountlake TerracePhong Bach is a senior at Mountlake Terrace High school. Phong plans to study biology at the University of Washington. Phong represents LD 1.PascoRodolfo (Rudy) Garcia III is a senior at Delta High School. Rudy plans to study mechanical engineering at University of Washington. Rudy represents LD 9.ProsserAshley Ripplinger is a senior at Prosser Senior High School. Ashley plans to study renewable energy engineering at Oregon institute of Technology. Ashley represents LD 16.QuincyJayr Gudino is a senior at Quincy High School. Jayr plans to study computer science at Washington State University. Jayr represents LD 13.RedmondMarkus Hindman is a senior at TESLA STEM High School. Markus plans to study engineering at Western Washington University. Markus represents LD 45.RoyMariah Melena is a senior at Challenger High School. Mariah plans to study computer science and forensics at Clover Park Technical College. Mariah represents LD 2.SeattleCarlos Cura is a senior at Cleveland STEM High School. Carlos plans to study chemical engineering at University of Washington. Carlos represents LD 11.Grant Matthews is a senior at Raisbeck Aviation High School. Grant plans to study aerospace engineering at Purdue University or Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Grant represents LD 34.Michaela Fennell is a senior at Holy Names Academy. Michaela plans to study mechanical engineering at Purdue University. Michaela represents LD 36.Ethan Brown is a senior at Cleveland STEM High School. Ethan plans to study biology at Western Washington University. Ethan represents LD 37.Jackson Miller is a senior at Roosevelt High School. Jackson plans to study aeronautics and pilotage at Central Washington University. Jackson represents LD 43.Nick Tran is a senior at Raisbeck Aviation High School. Nick plans to study aerospace engineering at University of Michigan. Nick represents LD 46.SnohomishKatherine (Katie) Anderson is a senior at Snohomish High School. Katie plans to study biochemistry at University of Hawaii Hilo or Eastern Oregon University. Katie represents LD 39.SpanawayAlex Birkeland is a senior at Bethel High School. Alex plans to study civil, mechanical, or industrial engineering at Central Washington University. Alex represents LD 29.SpokaneJaidan Suber is a senior at Shadle Park High School. Jaidan plans to study marine biology at Western Washington University. Jaidan represents LD 3.Rachel Harwood is a senior at North Central High School. Rachel plans to study biochemistry at University of Washington. Rachel represents LD 6.TacomaKhai Nguyen is a senior at Pierce County Skill Center. Khai plans to study information technology at Clover Park Technical College. Khai represents LD 25.Sam Yost is a senior at Stadium High School. Sam plans to study computer engineering at Boise State University. Sam represents LD 27.Aylish Turner is a senior at Steilacoom High School who attends the Pierce County Skills Center. Aylish plans to study Interactive Media at University of Southern California. Aylish represents LD 28.TumwaterChristopher Gizinski is a senior at Tumwater High School. Christopher plans to study medical sciences at post-secondary institution he has yet to decide on. Christopher represents LD 22.VancouverGrace Fulfer is a senior at Skyview High School. Grace plans to study mechanical engineering or Spanish at Baylor University or Western Washington University. Grace represents LD 17.Yaneri Garcia-Hernandez is a senior at Vancouver iTech Preparatory. Yanerie plans to study neuroscience at Washington State University – Vancouver. Yanerie represents LD 49.YakimaZachariah Coscarart is a senior at Eisenhower High School. Zachariah plans to study computer science at Washington State University. Zachariah represents LD 14.Carter Martinez is a senior at Eisenhower High School. Carter plans to study biochemistry at the University of Washington. Carter represents LD 15.last_img read more


first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (March 25, 2016)–With a powerful late kick, English-bred Royal Albert Hall broke an 11-game losing streak by taking Friday’s $58,000 Santa Anita allowance feature by 1 ¼ lengths under leading rider Rafael Bejarano. Conditioned by Doug O’Neill, who with the win, went one-up in the trainer standings over Phil D’Amato, 28-27, the 4-year-old gelding got a mile and a quarter on turf in 1:59.90.Fourth with a quarter mile to run, favored “Royal Albert” angled three-wide turning for home and won as best at odds of 8-5 in a field of nine older horses.Owned by Steve Keh, Scott Knight, Mike Ryan and Westside Rentals.com, Royal Albert Hall paid $5.20, $3.40 and $2.80.“He’s always shown plenty of ability since he first came to our barn (in late 2014),” said O’Neill assistant, Steve Rothblum. “He showed a lot of promise, so we kept running him against some of the best grass horses out here in stakes. Thankfully the owners were patient and even though he wasn’t winning, we ran up some money ($144,624 in 2015) with him. This race should be a good confidence builder.With the winner’s share of $34,800, Royal Albert Hall increased his earnings to $194,983. With Friday’s win, his overall mark now stands at 17-2-6-4.Ridden by Kent Desormeaux, Excessive Kid trailed the field heading into the far turn and finished up well to be second, 2 ¼ lengths in front of Cardiac.Off at 7-1, Excessive Kid paid $6.00 and $4.80.With Fernando Perez up, Cardiac showed the way to the five sixteenths pole, where he was overtaken narrowly by Dreaming of Gold, who he outran for third money. Off at 12-1, Cardiac paid $6.00 to show.(With the win, Bejarano now leads the recently sidelined Santiago Gonzalez 63-47 in the jockey standings).Fractions on the race were 22.53, 46.54, 1:10.89 and 1:35.28.First post time for an 11-race card on Saturday is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.last_img read more

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those opposing land acquisitions There were instances of standing crops burnt down” said EAS Sarma a former bureaucrat who served as secretary in the ministries of finance and power Sarma has been petitioning the NGT to stop "misbehaviour" with natural resources Sarma explained that the politics of fear and revenge has of course done its bit in not uniting the villagers in Amaravati who are the immediate victims Dr C Ramachandraiah professor in Urban Studies Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS) Hyderabad agreed “The entire State machinery (police revenue intelligence ministers) real estate and ruling party thugs went after farmers who were resisting land pooling” he said He further explained that the pro-TDP caste played a major role in mustering support for the government in the initial phase of land pooling Bolisetty who is currently traveling across Andhra Pradesh and Telengana meeting experts and activists to spread word about the illegal sand mining happening on the banks of the Krishna and who is supporting Singh’s attempt to rejuvenate the river said “greed for money fear and business interests” have crippled large sections of the populace who do not want to get involved into anything that is not profitable or may harm their cause “Land owners are interested in money and do not bother about tillers and people depending on agriculture for livelihood” he said regretfully When the Left Front government tried capturing 10000 acres of agricultural lands in Nandigrama and Singur in 2007 to lease to TATA the entire state erupted in protest “My feeling is that the main Opposition party extended its support to the struggle Mamata Banerjee was even on a hunger strike in Singur if I remember” reminisced Ramachandraiah On the contrary “the Opposition party is very weak in most of the villages in Tullur mandal which is the main capital area (in Amaravati) Where the Opposition is strong the resistance has been continuing even now such as in Nidamarru Undavalli Penumaka etc” Ramachandraiah an expert in social studies further explained several social and cultural factors that hinder the coming together of the many dissenting groups “A people’s movement has not spanned across Andhra Pradesh in the past 15 years Also privatisation of education and reckless promotion and consumption of liquor have made youth movements non-existent” The absence of the youth and women in the scheme of things is a major lacuna The protests against environmental atrocities and a movement to protect our environment needs to be borne from every member of a community With the focus on more practical and material aspects of life this evolution seems to be taking a little too long for Andhra Pradesh In a clinical trial in Mfekayi South Africa counselors counted antiretroviral pills to make sure participants took medications as directed J Cohen/Science Swapping daily pills for monthly shots could transform HIV treatment and prevention By Jon CohenAug 22 2018 11:30 AM New results are raising hopes for easing one challenge of living with HIV: the need to take daily pills for life both to ward off AIDS and to lower the risk of transmitting the virus to others Missing doses can also foster the emergence of HIV strains with drug resistance a danger both to the person receiving treatment and if those strains spread to entire populations Now a large-scale study has shown over 48 weeks that monthly injections of two long-acting anti-HIV drugs work just as well as taking daily pills ViiV Healthcare a London-based collaboration between GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer revealed the highly anticipated findings in a press release on 15 August This shareholder announcement required by regulatory agencies to inform investors offered scant data But it was welcome news to other researchers studying long-acting anti-HIV medication schemes—and to clinicians who think they could transform both treatment and prevention of HIV infections Anton Pozniak an HIV/AIDS clinician at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London says long-acting injections could help HIV-infected people who have "pill fatigue" difficulty swallowing the medication or psychological issues that make it hard to cope with a daily reminder that they have a deadly virus He calls the results "a fantastic development" but adds "We still have a way to go" Even if these injectables win regulatory approval many practical questions remain about their cost the impact of missing shots inflammation at injection sites and the burden on health care systems of providing monthly intramuscular injections The phase III study called Antiretroviral Therapy as Long-Acting Suppression (ATLAS) is testing an experimental drug cabotegravir made by ViiV and rilpivirine a licensed medicine from Janssen Sciences Ireland UC in Dublin in 618 HIV-infected people from 13 countries All had fully suppressed the virus for at least 6 months with oral drugs Half stayed on daily pills while the others received an injection into the buttocks of each drug once a month Viral suppression was the same in both groups ViiV’s statement says Kimberly Smith who heads R&D for ViiV from Durham North Carolina says the injectables could make it easier for clinicians to know for certain that patients are adhering to their treatment Studies have shown that about 30% of HIV-infected people have difficulty doing so at some point; even those taking just a single multidrug pill a day miss doses Smith an HIV/AIDS clinician before she came to ViiV says "I experienced having patients die … because they just couldn’t get over that hurdle of taking that pill every day" Long-duration anti-HIV drugs could also protect uninfected people at risk of getting the virus Such people are even more reluctant to take daily pills as required for so called pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) Raphael Landovitz a clinician at the University of California Los Angeles who studies long-acting drugs for PrEP says the ATLAS data are "incredibly encouraging and exciting" and are "certainly reassuring" to people doing similar prevention work Landovitz is collaborating on studies of how long-acting injectables including cabotegravir and separately a monoclonal antibody developed by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in Bethesda Maryland improve adherence in people on PrEP Also underway is a phase III study of the ATLAS regimen in HIV-infected people who have never taken any antiretrovirals It addresses the possibility that patients in the original trial who were on oral drugs beforehand might harbor resistant virus that could undermine the effectiveness of the injections And a trial called ATLAS 2 will ask whether the injectables can effectively suppress HIV if given only once every 8 weeks Other long-acting HIV treatments at earlier phases of clinical testing include injections of a new Gilead Sciences drug that cripples the making of HIV’s capsid protein a novel target Researchers also are exploring long-acting alternatives to injections including a Merck & Co pill that inhibits HIV’s reverse transcriptase enzyme for up to 10 days In the future researchers hope to extend the effect of antiretrovirals with slow-release skin implants or polymer-based pills that slowly dissolve in the stomach If both phase III studied have positive results the drugmakers could apply for regulatory approval next year But Landovitz cautions that many "nuanced questions" remain about how to use these long-acting drugs What’s the optimal dose and timing of injections What resistance mutations might emerge and how would they hamper the effectiveness of conventional oral drugs Although a long-acting drug regimen can be a blessing Smith says "it has the potential to be a curse if a person disappears" Because the drugs metabolize so slowly they can have an unusually long pharmacological "tail" their presence steadily declining in blood and tissues for a year or longer which could allow drug-resistant strains of HIV to flourish It’s anyone’s guess what the long-acting drugs would cost and whether developing countries could afford them It’s also unclear how many people will opt for injections over pills So only real-world experience will prove whether long-acting interventions will be "a niche or transformative" Landovitz says As NIAID head Anthony Fauci puts it "This is not the end game but it’s an important first step"He is smiling his thumb at his chin"It’s been countless times that I’ve seen it in print and on TV in recent years" Brue said Monday July 20 four years to the day his brother was fatally shot in the line of duty "But I’ve been told this particular photo captures Scott as they knew him — as they saw him — as well as any photo they’d ever seen"Brue shared the story with the hundreds of people who attended a memorial unveiling and dedication for Patrick who was the city’s most senior officer and the first to die in the line of dutyBrue’s photo of Patrick 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