Four years in the making, the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art opens its doors this week.Part of the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, the gallery, which was designed by Harvard’s David Adjaye, the John C. Portman Design Critic in Architecture, repurposes a commercial space behind Peet’s Coffee, complete with a modern and eye-catching façade.In a tour on Monday, Cooper Gallery Director Vera Grant expressed her enthusiasm for the gallery and its inaugural installation, “Luminós/C/ity.Ordinary Joy: From the Pigozzi Contemporary African Art Collection,” curated by Adjaye and Mariane Ibrahim-Lenhardt, the founder and curator of Seattle’s M.I.A. Gallery.“We’re ecstatic,” said Grant. “The gallery is stunning, it’s beautiful. We’ve been tracking this for four years, and here it is.”Cooper Gallery visitors will be greeted by “Manhattan,” a large mural by Philip Kwame Apagya, which they’re encouraged to photograph. It’s the only photographable work in the collection, and gallery-goers can use the hashtag “luminos” when they Tweet to @coopergalleryhc.To kick off the public opening this evening, Hutchins Center Director Henry Louis Gates Jr. spoke with Adjaye and Ibrahim-Lenhardt at the Harvard Faculty Club.The newly opened Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art at the Hutchins Center repurposes a commercial space behind Peet’s Coffee in Harvard Square. Kris Snibbe/Harvard Staff Photographer
continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The NCUA already is using its new—and illegal– Field of Membership rules to greatly expand the reach of specific credit unions, the American Bankers Association said Tuesday, in its lawsuit against the agency.The ABA contends that the NCUA has approved expansions that “are not limited to a single ‘well-defined local community, neighborhood, or rural district,’ as required by the Federal Credit Union Act,” the ABA said.In October, the NCUA board approved rules that board members said would provide credit unions with more flexibility to determine their fields of membership. Then-board Chairman Rick Metsger said the rules would make it easier for people to gain access to affordable financial services.
The Sumner County Sheriff weekly bookings into the Sumner County jail for May 19 to May 26, 2014 are as follows:Â Rayburn, Bobbie L.61Perth, Ks.2022 E. 16th, Wellington Ks.WPDCity of Derby Warrant (F.T.A.)5/20/14 Baker, Jason W.34Wellington, Ks.274 W. Dexter, Wellington Ks.WPDCriminal Damage to Property5/24/14 Stangl, Christopher38Wellington, Ks.501 N. Washington, Wellington KS.SUSOProbation Violation5/19/14 Hicks, Billy J59Levelland, TX600 S Washington Wellington, KSSUSOCriminal Trespass5/22/14 Banister, Nathan T.52Wellington, Ks.501 N. Washington, Wellington KS.SUSOContempt (Child Support)5/20/14 Lea, Anbthony T.29Wellington, Ks.610 E. Hillside, Wellington Ks.SUSOServe Sentence5/23/14 Swank, Paige19Wichita, Ks.1200 E US166 Gueda Springs KsSUSODriving while suspended and possession of opiate5/24/14 Rice, Shawn David30Adrian, MILenawee County Jail, Adrian, MISUSOProbation Violation; DWS; Fleeing or attempting to elude; Criminal deprivation of property; Stalking; Criminal Threat5/21/14 Brown, Dustin A26Wellington, Ks.1111 E Harvey Wellington, KSWPDDomestic Battery, Disorderly Conduct5/22/14 Wilson, Chelsi L.26Mayfield, Ks610 E. Hillside, Wellington Ks.SUSOServing Sentence 48 Hours5/25/14 Dawson, Derek A.26Wellington, Ks.LincolnÂ & WashingtonWPDDriving under the influence.5/25/14 Monday 0600Â toÂ Monday 0600Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGSÂ 5/19/2014 thru 5/26/2014 Gile, Brian35Derby, KsSGCO JailSUSOProbation Violation5/22/14 Washington, Michael W. Jr.38Wellington, Ks.1820 E. 16th, Wellington, KS.WPDSedgwick County warrant5/20/14 Hutton, Denise54Wichita, Ks.I-35, mp 33 Mulvane KsSUSODriving While Suspended5/19/14 Hughes, Rayshon T.27Wichita, Ks.610 E. Hillside, Wellington Ks.SUSOServe Sentence 48 Hours5/23/14 Schulz, Charles D56Wellington, Ks.508 E Lincoln Wellington, KSWPDWarrant Arrest- Distribute Herion, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia5/21/14 Rayl, Thornton L47Wellington, Ks.703 E Lincoln, Wellington KSSUSOWarrant- PV5/22/14 Cornejo, Savannah M19Wellington, Ks.Dollar generalWPDTheft5/22/14 NameAgeAddressArrest locationAgencyChargesArrest date Golden, Austin L.18Augusta, Ks.Butler CountyÂ Detention FacilitySUSOProbation Violation5/23/14 Araujo, Previn J.42Wichita, Ks.Sedgwick County JailSUSOFailure to Appear5/23/14 Lippincott, Cabriel A.36Wellington, Ks.I-35. mp 21,KHPPedestrian Under the Influence5/24/14 Burnett, Jesse32Wellington, Ks.SGCO JailSUSOArrest and Detain5/22/14 Wood, Christopher, A33Wellington, Ks.B and 15th, Wellington KSWPDDriving While Suspended5/21/14 Pitcher, Robert24Tulsa OkI35 MPKHPDriving under the influence, Driving while suspended, No liability insurance5/23/14 Ledesma, J’Lynn23Wellington, Ks.610 E. Hillside, Wellington Ks.WPDServing Sentence 48 Hours5/24/14 Williams, Denelious27Wichita, Ks.1200 E US166 Gueda Springs KsSUSOPossession of paraphernalia, Distribution of narcotics, No tax stamp5/24/14 Murry, Jonathan M.25Arkansas City, Ks.I-35, mp 16 Wellington, KsKHPDriving while suspended and No proof of Insurance5/25/14 McCulley, Jennine22Wellington, Ks.700 S Drury Road South Haven, KsSUSODomestic Battery.5/25/14
Liverpool have calmed fears over the fitness of Naby Keita, insisting the midfielder is ‘fine’ after being taken to hospital with severe back pain.The £53million summer signing was stretchered off the field just 19 minutes into his Champions League debut for the Reds against Napoli on Wednesday night. Klopp will be hoping Keita’s back problem is not too serious 3 3 Keita’s Champions League debut in a Liverpool shirt ended in injury heartbreak After the game, manager Jurgen Klopp admitted he was not sure about the extent of the problem, telling the media: “It is his back, that’s what I heard.“I don’t know exactly. We have to wait.” 3 The Premier League club later confirmed Keita was taken straight to hospital as a precaution, where he underwent a number of medical checks.Liverpool stayed overnight in Naples following their late 1-0 defeat, and the club were expected to assess Keita’s condition again on Thursday morning before flying home.And the club have now issued an update, with the club telling talkSPORT host Jim White the player is ‘fine’.Liverpool also confirmed to the station that the midfielder is in contention to play in Sunday’s top-of-the-table clash against Manchester City.“I spoke with Liverpool this morning,” said Jim White.“They told me Keita is travelling back with the rest of the squad and is in better shape than they thought.“They said he could well make the City game this weekend, too.” Liverpool issued a statement on Wednesday evening confirming Keita had been taken to hospital with a compliant of back pain after he left the pitch on a stretcher and medical cart in Naples.It appeared the midfielder suffered to problem earlier in the game and carried on playing, but eventually found it too difficult to continue and sat down in the middle of the pitch during play, before being replaced by club captain Jordan Henderson.The statement read: “Liverpool Football Club can confirm Naby Keita was taken to hospital in Naples on Wednesday evening during the first half of the Champions League fixture with SSC Napoli.“The midfielder started the game at the Stadio San Paolo, but was substituted inside the opening 20 minutes, alerting the team’s medical staff to back pain.“Keita was transferred to a local hospital with the club doctor, where – with the midfielder’s agreement – he underwent a number of precautionary health checks to assess his condition.”