Butyriboletus fechtneri is a basidiomycete fungus in the family Boletaceae. It was regarded as a species of Boletus, but in 2014 was transferred to the newly erected genus Butyriboletus, after molecular data revealed that it is a member of the "Regius" clade, quite distant from the core clade of B. edulis and allied species. Butyriboletus fechtneri is native to Europe, where it forms ectomycorrhizal associations with various broad-leaved trees of the Fagaceae family oak and chestnut. So far it has been molecularly confirmed from Austria, Cyprus, France and Sweden, it is considered an endangered species in the Czech Republic. Recent molecular phylogenetic studies have shown regional populations of B. fechtneri to be variable genetically, suggesting they might be in the process of speciation. Butyriboletus fechtneri in Index Fungorum
The Ost Autobahn A4 or "Eastern Motorway" is part of the European route E60 and goes from Vienna to the town of Nickelsdorf, on the Hungarian border. The road begins at the A23 at the Prater junction in Vienna, travels through Simmering, Vienna International Airport, Bruck an der Leitha, Weiden am See and Mönchhof to the border town of Nickelsdorf. Crossing the border into Hegyeshalom, the road becomes the Hungarian M1 motorway which continues on to Budapest; the road is 66 km long. During the overflow of asylum seekers traveling from Hungary during September 2015, the highway was closed intermittently preventing the traffic between Hungary and Austria, it was reported that Austrian army was deployed on the border. There is a new junction planned at Albern, as part of the lengthening of the Donauuferautobahn A22, which in the future should be extended into a so-called Halbknoten or half-junction; this would mean, for instance, that it would only be possible to go from Schwechat onto the A22, meaning one would have to travel from the A22 to the A4, in the direction of Schwechat.
In the future there are plans to connect the six-lane extension between the Schwechat junction and the airport. The section from Vienna to Vienna International Airport will be called the Flughafenautobahn, or "Airport Motorway"; as of 2014, there are plans to widen the A4 from 2x2 to 2x3 lanes between Vienna International Airport and Fischamend at a cost of 32 million euro. Planungen vom Land Niederösterreich zum Ausbau der A4
Spas is a village in the Staryi Sambir Raion, Lviv Oblast, of Western Ukraine. Its total area is 0.62 km2, the population is around 493 people. The local government is administered by the Tershivska village council; the village is located in the mountainous terrain of the Staryi Sambir Raion along the left bank of the Dniester River. This area is known as the Carpathian Foothills; the village is located 6 kilometres from the district center of Staryi Sambir along Highway H13, which runs from Lviv–Sambir to Uzhhorod. The village is situated 99 kilometres from the regional center Lviv and 194 kilometres from the Ukrainian city of Uzhhorod; the village is known to have existed since at least the year 1295. In 1301, Knyaz Leo I of Galicia died in the town. A few kilometers south of the village is a geological landmark called the Spassky Stone. On July 28, 2013 a commemorative stone and memorable tablet was created and consecrated in the village of Spas to commemorate the 1025th anniversary of the baptism of Kievan Rus. village Spas Старосамбірщина, село Спас weather.in.ua Історія міст і сіл УРСР: Львівська область, Тершів.
– К.: ГРУРЕ, 1968 р. Page 787
The Witch Doctor is an album by Art Blakey and his group The Jazz Messengers recorded on March 14, 1961 and released on the Blue Note label. It features performances by Blakey with Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Timmons, Jymie Merritt. "The Witch Doctor" - 5:32 "Afrique" - 6:58 "Those Who Sit and Wait" - 5:54 "A Little Busy" - 6:18 "Joelle" - 5:13 "Lost and Found" - 5:06 "The Witch Doctor" - 5:33 Bonus track on CD Art Blakey — drums Lee Morgan — trumpet, flugelhorn Wayne Shorter — tenor saxophone Bobby Timmons — piano Jymie Merritt — bass
Alice Cardona was an activist and community organizer. The daughter of Puerto Rican parents, she was born in New York City and grew up in the Spanish Harlem neighborhood there. After completing high school, she volunteered with the Legión de Maria. In 1961, she joined a religious order based in the Sisters of St. John. However, she decided that the religious life was not for her and she left the order, she returned to New York City, where she worked for a financial institution and as a program coordinator for United Bronx Parents. In 1964, she became involved with the Head Start program. Between 1970 and 1978, Cardona worked for ASPIRA, an educational service group, first as a counsellor and as director for a counselling program, she returned to school and received a bachelor's degree from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont through an independent study program. She was involved with the National Conference of Puerto Rican Women, serving on its national board, co-founded HACER /Hispanic Women’s Center.
She served on New York State Association for Bilingual Education's executive board from 1983 to 1984 and was representative to NYSABE from New York City from 1983 to 1986. From 1983 to 1995, she was assistant director of the New York State Division for Women. Cardona formed the Hispanic AIDS forum in 1986. After retiring in 1995, she served as director for the Puerto Rican Association for Community Affairs and served on the boards of the National Women's Political Caucus, the National Association for Bilingual Education and the Puerto Rican Educators Association, she was the author of Puerto Rican Women Achievers in New York City. In 1983, she received the Susan B. Anthony Prize from the National Organization for Women, she died from cancer at the age of 81. Alice Cardona at CUNY Graduate Center's Activist Women's Voices oral history project – finding aid