timberland sale Chicago Pizza Taproom Coming To Northgate Mall This Fall

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Old Chicago Pizza Taproom plans to extensively remodel the former Shane’s Rib Shack along with adjacent space for a total of 4,840 square feet. The new restaurant plans to open this Fall and will feature a spacious patio with exterior bar seating, fourteen 60″ Flat Screen TVs, 36 Taps, and their exclusive ” Dough Room” where guests can get an exclusive “behind the scenes” view of Old Chicago chefs preparing fresh made dough daily.

“Old Chicago is excited to join Northgate Mall in its continued growth and expansion with our world class pizza, great craft beer and a comfortable environment,” said Old Chicago Pizza Taproom Director of Marketing, Mike Shannon. “We look forward to exploring additional expansion in the region.”

Mike Mrlik, President of Old Chicago Pizza Taproom added “We welcome all surrounding communities to visit this milestone restaurant and try what the new Old Chicago has to offer.”

Another new to the area retailer, Shoe Dept. Encore will take 13,213 square feet across from the new Burlington store and plans to open later on this year. Shoe Dept. The new store will carry popular price brands as well as Eastland, Timberland, Tommy Hilfiger, Hush Puppies, Life Stride, Rocky Boots, K Swiss, Reebok, Nike,
timberland sale Chicago Pizza Taproom Coming To Northgate Mall This Fall
Keds, New Balance and Hi Tec.

“It’s another extremely exciting year for us,” said mall general manager Steve Banks. “The addition of Old Chicago and Shoe Dept. East Hamilton High School: 2015 Ooltewah Ringgold Road Reality Check teaches ninth graders budgeting and emphasizes the connection between education and income by allowing students to roleplay as head of household providing for a family . (click for more)

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timberland sale Disciplined surgeon says he’s learned from mistakes

the timberland company Disciplined surgeon says he’s learned from mistakes

College of Physicians and Surgeons says he’s learned from his mistakes. The reprimand comes three years after a judge awarded former hockey player Josh Morrow $1.5 million for botched shoulder surgery performed by Dr. Ross Outerbridge. The surgeon, whose full name is Arthur Ross Outerbridge, was sued for leaving a metal screw sticking out of a bone in a 2003 operation on Morrow’s shoulder. After the surgery, he did not believe the patient when he complained of pain. Morrow was 19 and a former Kamloops Blazer drafted by the Nashville Predators of the NHL. By the time the problem was caught by a different doctor, more than a year later there was too much damage and Morrow eventually had to give up on his hockey career. “He’s been formally reprimanded, so it will be on his record with the college,” she said. “It’s a fairly serious matter to be reprimanded by the college.” Outerbridge told The Daily News Friday he is knows he made mistakes. “I made some mistakes and I’ve learned from them. I know the consequences were very serious for this patient.” He said the case occurred nine years ago and has had an impact on how he does that particular operation and on him personally. “I’m profoundly regretful for what happened to this particular patient. It was a technically difficult case. Unfortunately, in retrospect I made some bad decisions during surgery and didn’t handle the outcome of it as forthrightly as I should have,” he said. “I have made some significant changes to the way I do this particular operation based on how difficult this one was. But the bottom line is, I could have been more forthright with the patient in how I dealt with it.” The surgeon said the courts and college have been fair. “It has affected me. I’m very regretful that I made the decisions that I did that resulted in a poor outcome for a patient.” Prinz said the orthopedic surgeon can still work but his registration with the college is now listed as “conditional disciplined class.” He will stay under that classification until he has completed continuing medical education with a specific focus on duty to report and duty of disclosure to patients. “It’s understanding the issues of ethics, that’s what’s really important here,” she said. “You record everything post surgery. And if there’s complications, you’re absolutely obligated. That was quite serious,
timberland sale Disciplined surgeon says he's learned from mistakes
of course.” In Morrow’s case, he was told the surgery went fine. Morrow continued to play, but was in pain that he tried to hide. He was cut from the Predators and returned to the Blazers. The botched surgery was discovered in 2004 by another doctor. At that point, Morrow’s shoulder was significantly damaged. Outerbridge said he’s recently switched to another type of equipment that has no potential to cause the kind of damage that occurred in Morrow’s case. “As to the college’s proceedings, they started this almost three years ago. I’ve already essentially completed all the things they wanted me to complete. And I did that on my own before it got to this point,” he said. “Even before the case went to trial, I went back and reviewed the case and I admitted what I did was wrong.” He said, “We have to learn from our mistakes. We’re all human.” Prinz said the type of re education Outerbridge will take hasn’t been mapped out by the college yet, but it will be intense and could involve a mentor or class. “Human error happens, but this kind of not reporting and not disclosing is not common,” she said. “This one’s not common. Not to this extent.” Outerbridge also has to pay the college $4,000 to cover legal costs. “It was a lengthy and a very comprehensive investigation,” said Prinz.
timberland sale Disciplined surgeon says he's learned from mistakes