This week’s episode of Phish Dinner and a Movie will take fans back to July 21st, 1997 at Virginia Beach Amphitheatre in Virginia Beach, VA. As always, the stream will take place on Tuesday night, May 19th, on the band’s YouTube and Facebook pages and follow along with our official 7/21/97 Stream Companion.Phish ‘Dinner and a Movie’ Ep. 9 – 7/21/97 – Virginia Beach, VA – Full ShowThis show selection is by far the oldest Dinner and a Movie entry so far, as the first eight episodes of the archival webcast/cooking show have featured shows from 2012 or later—after the band reformed following a five-year breakup.Since the beginning of this series, fans have been vocal about their desire for an older-vintage “movie,” and they’re getting a great one. Beyond the high level of playing throughout, the band welcomed a special guest, saxophonist LeRoi Moore, during the second set for some musical antics: Per Phish.net, “The jam with LeRoi included a segment where he played two saxes, Trey played three guitars, Mike played two basses and the Cracklin’ Rosie cymbals, Fish had four drumsticks and Page was lying across his keyboards playing as many as possible.”Tuesday’s eighth episode of Dinner and a Movie follows the 8/31/12 “F— You Face” show, the 7/27/14 Merriweather “Tweezerfest”, the 7/25/17’s Baker’s Dozen “Jam-Filled” night, Magnaball night two (8/22/15), last year’s first night at Mohegan Sun (7/19/19), the first night of the band’s 2016 Halloween run in Las Vegas (10/28/16), the final night of 2017’s Mexican destination event (1/15/17), and the opening night of their 2018 Alpharetta run (8/3/18).For the “dinner” portion of the festivities, Trey Anastasio shared three recipes of Italian comfort food from Scott Tacinelli & Angie Rito, husband-and-wife chefs and co-owners of Don Angie, located in New York City’s West Village. As the band notes in their announcement, “Tacinelli and Rito were named among Zagat’s 13 Under-the-Radar Chefs to Watch in NYC in 2017, New York’s Rising Star Chefs in 2019, and they earned James Beard Award nominations for Best Chef New York State in 2019 and 2020. The meal includes Italian American Stuffed Peppers, Pasta e Fagioli with Black Eyed Peas & Collard Greens, and Polenta Snickerdoodle Cookies. You can find the recipes below.Donations generated by this week’s stream will benefit the Street Medicine Institute. You can donate during the stream or at any point by heading here. The Street Medicine Institute facilitates and enhances the direct provision of health care to the unsheltered homeless where they live by providing communities and clinicians with expert training, guidance, and support to develop and grow their own Street Medicine programs. Street Medicine includes health and social services developed specifically to address the unique needs and circumstances of the unsheltered homeless delivered directly to them in their own environment. For more information on the Street Medicine Institute, head to their website here.You can find the setlist and the recipes below. Check back on Tuesday for our weekly Stream Companion and get ready for some Summer ’97 heat! A Note From Trey:Hi everyone,I hope all of you are safe and well!For this week’s Dinner And A Movie we thought it would be thrilling to invite Scott Tacinelli and Angie Rito of Don Angie to design a menu. Don Angie is regarded as one of the top restaurants in NYC today, and we had an unforgettable dinner there with friends a few months ago. Scott and Angie are long time members of the Phish community, having attended many shows, and we all sat and talked and laughed at the table after dinner and had such a fun night. We are so grateful to them for sharing their culinary wizardry with all of you this week. Of course we all look forward to a day when NYC restaurants are open, as well as all the incredible music venues. For Dinner and a Movie this week, we can have a taste.Trey & SueItalian American Stuffed PeppersMakes 5 to 8 peppersFor the filling:2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil2 tablespoons finely chopped garlic2 teaspoon kosher salt2 anchovies, finely chopped¼ teaspoon freshly cracked black pepper1 teaspoon dried oregano½ cup Italian seasoned bread crumbs½ cup ricotta½ cup grated pecorino½ cup grated parmesan1/3 cup seeded and chopped sweet pickled cherry peppers (such as B&G brand)2 tablespoons roughly chopped parsley, plus 1 tablespoon for garnish1 eggTo assemble:5-8 Italian frying peppers (aka Cubanelles)2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juicePreheat oven to 400°F. In a saute pan, heat olive oil over medium-high heat. Add in garlic and salt and cook until lightly toasted, about 2 minutes. Add in anchovies, pepper, and oregano and cook another minute longer. Remove from heat and set aside. In a mixing bowl, combine the cooked garlic mixture with bread crumbs, ricotta, pecorino, parmesan, chopped cherry peppers, 2 tablespoons parsley, and egg by hand until well incorporated.Using a small knife, cut the top of the pepper off just below the stem. With your finger or a small spoon, remove as much of the seeds and ribs that you can without breaking the pepper. Using your fingers, carefully push the stuffing mixture into the pepper, pushing gently to get it all the way to the end of the pepper. Repeat with all peppers.In a medium heavy-bottomed saute pan or cast iron skillet, heat 1 tablespoon of the olive oil over medium heat. Add the peppers and cook, turning occasionally, until golden brown on all sides, 6 to 8 minutes. Add ¼ cup of water to the pan or skillet along with the lemon juice. Place in the oven and bake until peppers are completely soft and cooked through, and the filling is slightly crispy on exposed parts, about 15 minutes. Top with remaining chopped 1 tablespoon chopped parsley and olive oil and serve immediately.Pasta e Fagioli with Black Eyed Peas & Collard GreensMakes about 10 cups, serves 6 to 8¼ pound thinly sliced prosciutto, chopped finely (optional)1 cup extra virgin olive oil½ bunch collard greens (about 9 leaves)6 scallions, sliced thinly, whites and greens separated7 garlic cloves, chopped finely1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes2 tablespoons kosher salt1 ½ teaspoon fresh ground black pepperZest of one lemon¼ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice1 1/2 cups cooked black eyed peas or 1 1/2 cups canned (from one 15.5-ounce can), drained and rinsed8 cups no-sodium chicken stock1 ½ cups uncooked ditalini pastaPinch of sugar¾ cup grated parmesan, plus ¼ cup for toppingRemove the inner stem from collards and discard. Roll the leaves into a tube and chop them into 2-inch strips. Set aside.In a large pot over medium heat, combine olive oil and prosciutto, if using. Cook until the prosciutto is slightly fried and its fat has rendered, about 3 minutes. (If not using prosciutto, skip this step.) Add the garlic, red pepper flakes, salt, and pepper. Stir well to combine. Continue cooking over medium heat, stirring constantly, until the garlic is fragrant, about 2 minutes. Add the scallion whites and cook until they have wilted, about 2 minutes.Add the collard greens, lemon zest, and lemon juice. Continue cooking over medium heat, stirring often, until greens are wilted, 12 to 15 minutes. Add the beans and stock. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, then lower heat to maintain a simmer. Simmer for 10 minutes, then add the pasta. Cook until pasta is soft, about 8 minutes.Stir in sugar, scallion greens, and ¾ cup parmesan and serve immediately, topping with the remaining cheese.Polenta Snickerdoodle CookiesMakes about 12-14 cookies1 cup (½ pound) unsalted butter, at room temperature1 ½ cups plus 1/2 cup sugar2 eggs2 teaspoons vanilla bean paste or vanilla extract2 teaspoons kosher salt1 ½ cups all-purpose flour1¼ cup plus 1 tablespoon instant polenta1 ½ teaspoon cream of tartar½ teaspoon baking soda3 tablespoons ground cinnamon¼ teaspoon cayenneIn the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, combine the butter and 1 1/2 cups of the sugar. Mix on medium-high until light and fluffy, 3 minutes. Scrape down the bowl, then add the eggs and vanilla and mix on medium-high for 2 more minutes. Add the salt, flour, polenta, cream of tartar and baking soda and mix briefly to combine. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.Heat oven to 350°F. In a small bowl, mix remaining 1/2 cup of sugar, cinnamon and cayenne. Remove the cookie dough from the refrigerator and, using your hands, roll it into 1 1/2 inch sized balls (about 2 tablespoons). One by one, roll each ball in the cinnamon-sugar mixture. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper (or a silicone mat) sprayed with nonstick cooking spray and place 6-7 cookies on each, leaving lots of room between them. Gently press down on each cookie with the palm of your hand to flatten them.Bake until just golden brown around the edges, 10-12 minutes. Allow to cool before serving.View Recipes and Note from Trey
After Hours: Tina SmithAttorney at Ballard Spahr LLP.With Ballard Spahr for 1 1/2 years.Born in the Chicago area.Attended DePaul University College of Law in ChicagoHusband James; has two sons ages 11 and 9>> Responsibilities:Smith handles the legal aspects of commercial real estate transactions, conducts due diligence review, prepares closing documents and coordinates closing.>> Favorites:Sports/teams: Chicago Bears, Scottsdale DirtBags (my son’s baseball team), whatever teams my boys are playing on.Music: All sorts of music, but if I had to pick an all-time favorite, it would be Frank Sinatra.Activities: Spending time with my family in Chicago, watching my boys play sports, and going to the beach.Destination: Hawaii and the Virgin Islands. I would like to see Tahiti, Bora Bora, Italy, Greece, and Spain.>> What did you think you’d be when you were growing up?:An actress or a lawyer, but I thought I’d be a litigator, not a transactional attorney.>> What accomplishment are you especially proud of?:Teaming up with my husband to raise happy, confident, successful, young men-in-training. They will be great husbands and fathers one day.>> What would people be surprised to know about you?:My favorite music is anything by Frank Sinatra.>> Advice:Received: Know your clients and what is and isn’t important to them. Be a facilitator.To Share: Don’t burn bridges, know your market, and appreciate good support staff.
SALT LAKE CITY | Federal officials have proposed a two-year ban on rope-swinging from iconic Utah arches and other high-flying activities at two popular landmarks that have led to deaths and injuries witnessed by visitors flocking to the sites for peaceful reflection.The Bureau of Land Management says rope activities at Corona Arch and Gemini Bridges near Moab can disturb other people in easily accessible hiking areas that each receive 40,000 or more visitors a year.People often shout or scream while they swing, and in one case, a group authorized to celebrate Passover under the Corona Arch was interrupted by rope swingers above, according to a BLM report released Monday.Though the number of people who participate in the extreme activity is thought to be small, it’s become a regular occurrence and can be dangerous. A West Jordan man, 22-year-old Kyle Lee Stocking, died at Corona Arch last year after leaving too much slack in his rope. A 25-year-old New Yorker was critically injured in May.Those accidents happened in front of visitors, including children, the report says. Another rope swinger, 32-year-old Adam Jason Weber, was also killed last year swinging from Day Canyon, about 7 miles west of Moab.The pendulum-style sport is relatively new, and started to take off at Corona after a high-adrenaline video was posted to YouTube titled “World’s Largest Rope Swing” two years ago. That video has gotten more than 2 million views.“We have seen the popularity of some roped activities skyrocket in recent years,” said BLM Utah spokeswoman Megan Crandall.Signs of wear are also starting to show, including bolts bored into the rock and rope scars at both Corona and Gemini Bridges, a set of two rock spans and the head of a side canyon.The proposed ban would also affect other rope activities. That includes highlining, or balancing on taunt ropes between the two rims of the canyon, as well as ziplining and rappelling, all of which are popular at Gemini Bridges.Attempts to contact people who rope-swing in the area weren’t successful Tuesday, but Moab-based climbing guide Evan Howes said in June that the area has seen an “explosion” in extreme-sports adventurers, rendering it “Disneyland-esque.”“I don’t envy the position the BLM is in,” Howes said. “They’re trying to preserve the experience for some people, and that means limiting it for others.”The BLM is accepting written and emailed comments from the public through Sept. 25. The agency hasn’t set a deadline for a decision on the ban or when it might go into effect if it is approved.If restrictions are put in place, they would affect some 32 acres around Corona Arch, including Bowtie Arch, and about 10 acres near Gemini Bridges.Rope activities wouldn’t be restricted elsewhere.“That’s one of the things that makes Moab so unique, it’s a great place for kids, and for high-adrenaline, more extreme activities, there’s a place to do that,” Crandall said. The two-year period is designed to let the agency study the issue and make a decision on possible permanent restrictions.
Chatham-Kent will be moving forward in implementing a 311 number to improve customer service.The inspiration for bringing in 311 is its ease of use for Chatham-Kent residents, who will simply have to dial a simple three-digit telephone number for specific situations instead of calling the current municipal number.When implemented, 311 will be a non-emergency telephone number that residents can use to contact Chatham-Kent’s customer service call centre to find information about municipal services, make complaints or report problems such as graffiti or road damage.Chatham-Kent councillors approved a motion at their recent council meeting that directed administration to move ahead with the switch to 311.Leanne Segeren-Swayze, Chatham-Kent’s director of customer service, said the implementation of the service would not have a lot of costs, other than staff time.The change to 311 is the first step in calling the municipality is seen as an opportunity to improve and expand customer options to request service, information or report a concern.Chatham-Kent explored switching to 311 as a service option in 2005 but, due to the cost of close to a million dollars, the idea was not feasible at the time.Segeren-Swayze said there have been many changes to telephone service providers and technology over the past few years, which make it possible to make the switch to 311 to route calls without it being an administrative high cost.“It’s essentially zero cost,” Segeren-Swayze said.It’s expected it will take over a year to implement the 311 system, as Chatham-Kent has to contact and consult neighbouring municipalities, such as Walpole Island and St. Clair Township, to get permission and make agreements about routing calls because the Bell boundary is not the same as municipal boundaries.“Our infrastructure is already in place with our call-centre software, so we’re ahead of the game in terms of training and staff preparation for this service. It would be a very easy implementation,” Segeren-Swayze said to council.South Kent Coun. Trevor Thompson said he couldn’t support implementing the 311 service due to the lack of community engagement about the possible implementation.“There are a lot of important questions that still need to be answered and a lot of important feedback from the people of this municipality,” Thompson said, noting that everyone knows the current number.The current number wouldn’t go away, as the 311 number would route all calls to the 519-360-1998 number.Both London and Windsor have the 311 service.Chatham-Kent is also in the process of developing and implementing options for customers to text the municipal customer service team, as well as website options for self-reporting and service requests by year-end.During the 2019 budget deliberations, council approved the funding to upgrade the existing citizen request system, which will already expand the options for the self-reporting and logging on the municipal website.Chatham-Kent is also exploring the options of smartphone apps for simplified customer access. The implementation of 311 would be another option for customers to access Chatham-Kent’s customer service team.
Photographs by Nicky Rehbock. Compiled by Mary Alexander Workers at the MAN bus factory, schoolchildren and the team from Brand South Africa had a good party at the launch of the People’s Bus roadshow, which will take football fever to the most remote parts of South Africa.Read the full storyClick on a thumbnail for a larger image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution image. • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image • Download high-resolution image MORE GALLERIES
2 May 2014South Africa’s first maritime port of entry control centre represents a milestone in the country’s journey to secure, modernise and control its borders, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said at the opening of the centre at Cowrie Port in Cape Town harbour on Friday.The centre puts all the government departments and agencies involved in immigration and border control under one roof. These include the departments of home affairs, health, agriculture and fisheries, the SA Police Service (border police and crime intelligence), and the SA Revenue Service (customs).The state-of-the-art centre would not only improve security and immigration issues, but would also serve to enhance trade and South Africa’s status as a logistical gateway to Africa, Gordhan said.TradeThe rationale behind the centre was in line with the National Development Plan, the minister said. Among other things, the NDP aims to stimulate growth by lowering the cost of doing business in South Africa, improving the country’s competitiveness and exports, and linking local products with other emerging markets.Gordhan said the fast-growing markets of Africa represented important new markets, and the NDP was committed to increasing South Africa’s trade with its regional neighbours from 15% to 30%.‘Complex borders’Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor, also speaking at Friday’s opening, said the centre had been designed “to accommodate in one spot not only customs, excise and immigration, but also health, safety and intelligence.“Ports are complex borders to manage. Cowrie Place will provide the space and facilities to manage passengers and cargoes more efficiently than before.”Pandor said the government hoped to establish a border management agency by the end of 2016, taking advantage of the lessons learnt from Cowrie Place.A flagship feature of Cowrie Place is the co-ordination monitoring centre, where the data and information will be fed, assimilated and made available to all government department and agencies involved in the maritime border management.“For the bona fide tourist or member of the trade community, this will mean better service,” Gordhan said. “For those who intend to challenge the laws of our country, be warned, as we intend to raise the bar of compliance by an order of magnitude.”Important portCape Town’s port is oldest in South Africa, but despite changes to its maritime culture brought by air travel and containerisation, it is still an important point of entry.The port processes more than 870 000 containers as well as nearly 730 000 tons of dry bulk per annum, Pandor said.A total of 6 173 commercial vessels and 55 passenger vessels entered and/or left the port in 2013, while more than 62 000 people entered and/or departed from Cape Town harbour.Pandor said E-berth at the harbour would be developed into a fully fledged passenger liner terminal to complement Cowrie Place.SAinfo reporter
Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim LATEST STORIES The KaTropa tried to make do with the handicap as they worked hard to protect a double-digit advantage that even went as high as 18 at one point.But Rice’s shoes were too big to fill and his absence was eventually felt by TNT.The Bolts are practically the same team as last year except for one significant piece in the puzzle: former national team standout Ranidel De Ocampo.“Getting a player of his caliber was a big lift for us,” said Meralco coach Norman Black of the 13-year veteran De Ocampo, who was traded by TNT in a multiplayer, three-team deal in early September.GINEBRA 115 – TNT 105GINEBRA 115—Brownlee 46, Tenorio 25, Slaughter 21, Mercado 11, Aguilar 6, Ferrer 4, Caguioa 2, Thompson 0, Devance 0.TNT 105—Rosario 28, Castro 26, Pogoy 14, Semerad 12, Williams 10, Tautuaa 9, Reyes 4, Rice Jr. 2, Golla 0, Carey 0, Nuyles 0, Hernandez 0, Seigle 0.Quarters: 32-41, 52-66, 80-86, 115-105Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trump to designate Mexican drug cartels as terrorist groups Winter storm threatens to scramble Thanksgiving travel plans “It was (Robert) Jaworski,” said Brownlee. “He gave us a lot of motivation and reminded us of that never-say-die attitude.”With Ginebra’s “Living Legend” cheering at ringside, Brownlee banged in 28 of his points in the second half and LA Tenorio bombed TNT with threes and finished with 25 points.“It’s gonna be a fight,” said Brownlee in anticipation of his duel with Meralco’s Allen Durham, the reigning best import. “They’ll be ready, we’ll be ready and I can’t wait to play them.”Rice was sent to the dugout late in the first quarter with the KaTropa ahead by 10, to the delight of the Ginebra faithful.Kevin Ferrer’s physicality apparently got into Rice, who pushed Ferrer and threw the ball at the Ginebra wingman’s face in a dead-ball situation, 1:41 left in the opening quarter.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Brownlee fired on all cylinders and scored a career-high 46 points as the Kings ended their semifinal showdown with the TNT KaTropa, 115-105, on Sunday night in the PBA Governors’ Cup at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The defending champion Gin Kings forged a championship rematch with the Meralco Bolts, who booked a finals spot on Friday with a sweep of the Star Hotshots.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingFinishing off the KaTropa in four games of their best-of-five series (3-1) wasn’t an easy task though after they had to spring back from an 18-point hole to carve out the win.But something happened at the halftime dugout that motivated the Gin Kings. Adamson, FEU dispute finals slot Sol Mercado of Ginebra (right) boxes out Moala Tautuaa of TNT for the rebound during Game 4 of their Final Four series on Sunday night at Smart Araneta Coliseum. —AUGUST DELA CRUZBarangay Ginebra hardly capitalized on the early ejection of Glen Rice Jr.Luckily for the Gin Kings, Justin Brownlee was there to bail them out.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ No more menthol cigarettes: New ban on tobacco, vape flavors Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH Argentine bishop appears at court hearing on abuse charges
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man Utd players fly to Dubai for warm weather trainingby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United’s players have flown to Dubai for warm weather training.United beat Reading 2-0 in the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon to seal their spot in the fourth round draw.The squad headed straight to Manchester Airport after the game as they look to recharge their batteries ahead of their crunch clash with Tottenham next Sunday.Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “I’ve got to know everyone and had plenty of time to speak with them, but not much time to train.“So if any of the players think it’s a holiday, they’re wrong. We’re there to stick together and to work hard on the physical part of it ahead of the Tottenham game.”
Jim Boeheim held a press conference this morning following the news that he will be retiring as Syracuse’s men’s basketball coach in three years. The decision to retire comes roughly two weeks after the NCAA hammered the Orange with vacated wins, scholarship reductions and a nine-game suspension for the 70-year-old coach. After the press conference, ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale went on SportsCenter. Vitale, who is notorious for being unable to criticize elite coaches, said the only thing Boeheim did wrong was putting his trust in the wrong people. “Jim Boeheim didn’t cheat. He’s guilty of one thing, trust,” Vitale said.This seems to irk ESPN’s Bill Simmons the wrong way, as he ripped Vitale and Boeheim with a series of tweets. The Jim Boeheim situation is high comedy. “I’m sorry we cheated so many times… as a punishment, I’m retiring 3 years from now.”— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) March 19, 2015You know what high school hoop stars love more than anything? A disgraced college coach in 3-year limbo. Should work out great for Cuse.— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) March 19, 2015Dick Vitale just cleared it up for us – Jim Boeheim is NOT a cheater. He just trusted the wrong people. Why didn’t Nixon use this defense?— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) March 19, 2015Don’t get suspended, Bill.
zoom Angeliki Frangou-led dry bulk shipping company Navios Maritime Holdings is once again in compliance with the New York Stock Exchange’s (NYSE) continued listing requirement of a minimum average closing price of USD 1 per share, according to a notice the company received on September 1.At the close of trading on August 31, the average closing price of the company’s common stock for the previous 30 trading-days was above USD 1 per share and its closing share price on August 31, 2016 was USD 1.On June 7, the shipping firm received a notice from the NYSE that it was no longer in compliance with its continued listing standards as it did not meet NYSE’s standards.Namely, Navios Holding’s average closing price for its common stock over a consecutive 30 trading-day period was less than USD 1 per share.Navios earlier said that the NYSE’s notification would have no impact on the company’s business operations, nor its Securities and Exchange Commission reporting requirements.