Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on July 24, 2016 Tickets are now available to catch Audra McDonald, Billy Porter and more in Shuffle Along, Or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed. The production will begin performances on March 14, 2016 at the Music Box Theatre, with opening night set for April 21. Please note that McDonald will not appear in performances from June 20 through September 25; she will return on September 27.The production, which bills itself as a revival, combines the 1921 musical Shuffle Along with the backstory of the people who brought it to life, including the songwriting team Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle and bookwriters Aubrey Lyles and F.E. Miller. Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk collaborators George C. Wolfe and Savion Glover will reunite to direct and choreograph, respectively. Wolfe will also pen the new book.Shuffle Along first played Broadway and became a runaway hit in May of 1921. The show, which was expected to become an immediate flop following a back-breaking pre-Broadway tour, ended up playing for 504 performance. The story follows two friends who both run for mayor in fictional Jimtown, USA. One wins and the other is appointed chief of police, but as they fight, their opponent plots to drive them out. The original production featured the talents of such soon-to-be theatrical stalwarts as Josephine Baker, Paul Robeson and Lottie Gee.The company will also include Brooks Ashmanskas, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Joshua Henry and Brandon Victor Dixon. View Comments Shuffle Along
By Dan RahnUniversity of GeorgiaYou’d expect something that could destroy huge chunks of your lawn to look menacing and possess a suitably evil name. It’s just hard to fear white grubs.They need a better agent, because their looks (little C-shaped worms with creamy white abdomens and brown heads) are deceiving. When these things quietly munch away at grassroots, they can be deadly to your lawn.And you can’t even tell they’re there.”You have to check for them,” said Will Hudson, a University of Georgia Cooperative Extension entomologist.Even in heavy populations, he said, it takes a long time for small grubs to do damage. The symptoms are wilted or brown patches of turf. But that’s not uncommon in late summer and early fall.”Especially this year,” Hudson said, “bad-looking grass can be due to hot, dry weather or other factors such as disease or poor fertility. The only way to tell for sure is to dig in and look.”Baby bugsWhite grubs are the larval stages of a number of beetles, he said, including green June beetles, chafers, May and June beetles and Japanese beetles.To check your lawn for them, take a shovel and cut three sides of a square foot of lawn turf, Hudson said. Then fold that flap of sod back and look for grubs in the top 1 to 2 inches of soil and the grassroots.”If the soil is dry,” he said, “the grubs will be down deep, so be sure the soil moisture is good before you start.”If the number of grubs averages more than four per square foot, he said, you may need to apply an insecticide. To decide the best one to use, find out which species of grubs you have.Your county UGA Extension agent can help you identify white grub species. Or get a leaflet, “White Grub Pests on Turfgrass,” at the county Extension office or online (pubs.caes.uga.edu/caespubs/pubcd/l428-w.html).ControlFor home lawns, Hudson said, the best insecticides to use are granulated formulations of imidacloprid (sold in the Bayer Advanced Season-Long Grub Control Granules, Scotts GrubEx Season-Long Grub Killer, etc.), or the growth regulator halofenazide (sold as Grub-B-Gon).”Both of these products are effective on small grubs,” he said. “As we get into the fall, they won’t control the larger grubs as well. The only ‘rescue’ treatment labeled for home use is trichlorfon, which is sold as Dylox or Bayer Advanced 24-Hour Grub Killer Plus.”Whatever you use, he said, it’s critical to water it in properly. If you don’t, it’s useless.You have to get it to the roots, he said. Because they’re in the soil, white grubs are hard to control anyway. If you don’t get the insecticide down there where they are, you don’t have a chance to get them.”Avoid very hot times with bright sunlight, too,” Hudson said. “For the best results, treat late in the afternoon.”(Dan Rahn is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)
Currently, forage sample results from the University of Georgia Agricultural and Environmental Services Laboratories in Athens, Georgia, contain an estimate of Relative Forage Quality (RFQ). This value is a single, easy-to-interpret number that improves a producer’s understanding of forage quality and helps to establish a fair market value for the product.But how can RFQ help farmers? The RFQ allows hay producers to easily categorize and price hay lots by quality. Cattle producers can then purchase hay lots based on end use. For example, there is little need to feed high-end quality hay to livestock that could easily use a forage of more poor quality.At the Wilkes County meeting, two farmers demonstrated their use of forage test results to sort hay into lots based on the nutritional needs of their cattle. Dry or pregnant cows get the hay testing of poorest quality. Lactating cows get the better quality hay. Hay may not provide sufficient nutrition to cows in the latest stage of lactation, but with the aid of forage test results it’s easy to determine the most economical way to meet the animals’ needs.If forage is managed properly, supplementation is often not needed. A frequent user of forage testing will soon learn how to adjust his/her management practices to increase RFQ values. The average RFQ of hay samples coming through the Wilkes County Cooperative Extension office would probably be about 95. What’s the difference in hay with an RFQ of 95 versus that rated at 125? It would be the difference in eating a bologna sandwich instead of a prime rib with all the trimmings.The UGA Agricultural and Environmental Services Laboratories also analyze feeds, foods, feed ingredients, natural waters and industrial wastewater. For more information about services from the lab, go to aesl.ces.uga.edu or call the lab’s program coordinator, Uttam Saha, at (706) 542-7690. Hay can’t be evaluated by touch, smell, color or any other on-the-spot technique. To get a true measure of forage quality, hay has to be tested. At a recent meeting of the Wilkes County, Georgia, Cattlemen’s Association, bales of hay were on display for farmers to evaluate. The cattlemen did a lot of sniffing, feeling and visual appraisal, but no one came close to giving the precise information that was available through laboratory test results. In fact, the bale that was labeled of highest quality by the laboratory was not identified as such by any of the cattle producers at the meeting.An important factor that is often overlooked is weight. Hay is most often sold by the bale, but bale weight varies greatly. Four bales, with similar appearances, were weighed before the meeting. Attendees did a little better at guessing bale weight than they did at choosing the highest quality hay, but they were not close enough to bale weight considering the consequences of a large hay purchase. The bottom line is that farmers don’t know how much hay they have if they don’t know how much a bale weighs.
Governor Douglas had sent a letter to NRC officials earlier this yearin which he clearly requested additional resources and attention for theplants inspection. Since then, state administration officials haveworked extensively to make sure the legislation signed today did not conflictwith federal law. While the costs of the inspection are unknown at this time, theDepartment of Public Service estimates that the price could be as high as $1million; the money for this endeavor will come from Entergy. Jason GibbsGovernorsCommunications Director109 State Street ¨ The Pavilion ¨ Montpelier,VT 05609-0101 ¨ www.vermont.gov/governor(link is external)Telephone: 802.828.3333 ¨ Fax: 802.828.3339 ¨ TDD: 802.828.3345 Governor Douglas Signs Vermont YankeeComprehensive Assessment BillLegislationto identify process for inspection of the states nuclear plant Montpelier, Vermont (June 6, 2008) The legislation requiringthe inspection of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant was be signed into lawtoday by Governor Jim Douglas. The bill, S 364, provides guidelines for thesteps to be taken in the evaluation of the operating systems within the nuclearplant in Vernon, Vermont. ### The safe and reliable operation of Vermont Yankee remains a toppriority, said Governor Douglas. While there is an existing NRCprocess that examines the safety of nuclear facilities, participation by Vermont in this inspectionwill significantly enhance the process and provide us an opportunity to makecertain that safety is paramount. The key features of S 364, the Comprehensive Vertical Audit and ReliabilityAssessment, are: Selection of an audit inspection team of qualified experts as necessary to conduct all or any part of the comprehensive reliability assessment; An outline of seven systems within the plant to be examined, and the methodology to be considered. An oversight panel of three people, to be appointed by Governor Douglas, Speaker Symington and Senator Shumlin. This panel will provide oversight and consultation to the Department of Public Service and other experts, as necessary. The legislation signed into law today incorporates feedback from theadministration, legislators, community leaders and a host of stakeholders. It is comprehensive in every sense of the word. We are confident thatupon the completion of this process we will have a very accurate understandingof the plants safety reliability, said OBrien. Public Service Commissioner David OBrien said the legislationadds significant value to the Vermont Yankee evaluation. While theNuclear Regulatory Commissions procedure for plant inspections is approachedsimilarly across the nation, the cooling tower collapse and temporary shutdown in2007 gave the Governor concern about the continued operation of theplant, said OBrien. He (the Governor) made it very clearthat he wanted a systematic review of Vermont Yankee to determine the status ofthe facility, said OBrien.
15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr This time of year is perfect for starting to run through your year-end personal finance checklist, according to Manisha Thakor, CFA, director of Wealth Strategies for Women at Buckingham and The BAM Alliance.The three key areas to tackle in any such annual review, she said, are estate and incapacity planning, risk management (i.e., insurance) and your investment portfolio.First, make sure you have a will, living will and a durable power of attorney for financial and health matters, and also make sure your beneficiary information is up to date. continue reading »
This is placeholder text continue reading » We measure the success of our businesses by our productivity. Are things getting done? Are they getting done on schedule? Are we staying within budget? Are we meeting members’/customers’ needs? Are we innovating?But, we all go through phases of low motivation. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve had a million things on our minds and to-do lists, which can feel so overwhelming it’s hard to even get started. It’s not just leaders that feel this stress – our employees are experiencing similar emotions. What’s important in these low-productivity situations is understanding why an employee isn’t motivated and how you can help them overcome it.Author and business guru David Burkus outlines four of the top reasons people lose motivation and how leaders can address them:Don’t believe they can: We’re asking a lot of our employees right now. Many of us are operating in remote environments, adopting more technology to get the job done, and rethinking the products and services that we offer. This is challenging for everyone – whether they’ve been at the company for 10 years or 6 months. The difference between those that can adapt and those who struggle is their mindset: Growth vs. fixed. Burkus says those with a growth mindset believe that with effort and learning they can build the skills and knowledge needed to do the job. Leaders must establish an environment that encourages this mindset, provides resources for needed training, and allows employees to openly discuss their frustrations and challenges. This post is currently collecting data… 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Three men have been indicted for allegedly shooting two men during a fight outside a bar in Brentwood last year, killing one of the victims, a 47-year-old man, Suffolk County prosecutors said.Randis Peralta and Brandon Solar, both 23 of Brentwood, and 30-year-old Donald Bangs of Bay Shore pleaded not guilty Wednesday at Suffolk County court to charges of manslaughter, gang assault and gun charges. Peralta also pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder.Prosecutors said the trio was involved in gunning down Cleon Norwood, who was shot in the stomach at 4:45 a.m. on Sept. 21, 2013 in the parking lot of the Aura Lounge. The victim died of his wounds at Southside Hospital in Bay Shore in February.Judge William Condon set bail for Peralta at $1 million cash or $2 million bond. Bail for Bangs and Solar was set at and $500,000 cash or $1 million bond. They are due back in court Jan. 12.
But one of the biggest selling points is that a toy store is an experience nostalgic for adults, and like no other for children. So no matter if it’s the holidays or any other time of the year, stores like The Laughing Place are encouraging you to shop local. “With everything, information at everyone’s fingertips, you can get prices,” said Eschler. Last year was the first Christmas Toys R Us was closed. Eschler says that could also play into the increase. “Kids are awestruck often. I love in the summertime when we have our doors open, you can hear them coming down the street and the closer they get, the more excited they get and their footsteps get faster,” said Eschler. Despite all that, The Laughing Place is holding steady, especially during the holiday season. “There’s definitely an uptick, yes, and it starts probably around October,” said Eschler. “I think the biggest change I’ve seen is internet shopping,” said store owner Kathy Eschler. Big box stores and sites like Amazon have created some competition in recent years. OWEGO (WBNG) — The Laughing Place in Owego is one of the last standing toy stores in the Southern Tier. “I think it probably helped. We don’t carry many of the same items, we don’t carry much at all that’s mass-marketed, but people found us when they were looking for a toy store so it brought traffic,” she said. But for the past 22 years the shop has been open, things haven’t always been the same.
January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 Germans /% TOTAL27.49256.50810023.23343.785100118,33129,06 2012.42265792 TOTAL93.034151.41910071.469111.146100130,17136,23 Njemacka Domestic tourists1.3052.88059,918032.20059,46162,52130,91 Foreign tourists20.55732.83021,6917.07431.34228,20120,40104,75 2011.22357 41767 Slovenia20008,83%3539%111312,12%20715,50%22415,47%510,82% 2013.9 21718 665 Overnight stays were realized in a total of 99 accommodation facilities and 2203 beds.The most visited months are May, followed by September and April.The most common age groups are 12-17 years, followed by 35-44 and 45-54 years.In the total number of arrivals, 88,43% of them were realized individually, and 11,57% agency. The increase in the number of individual arrivals compared to 2016 is 31,83%, while the increase in agency arrivals was 18,74%. 2009.117158 Local tourist board: Vukovar (Vukovar-Srijem)Period January – December 2017 January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 Switzerland19718,71%1844,69%5255,72%1249,28%946,40% Local tourist board: Germans (Vukovar-Srijem)Period January – December 2017 Njemacka545924,12%101025,77%233825,47%33925,39%29019,76%131521,19% Foreign tourists3.2866.3799,032.9306.31513,29112,15101,01 Markets with over 1000 nights: by number of nights from highest to lowest 2015.60.570110.513 EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights Local tourist board: Vinkovci (Vukovar-Srijem)Period January – December 2017 Domestic tourists21.17143.33076,6817.14429.45267,27123,49147,12 2013.64917815 Local tourist board: Županja (Vukovar-Srijem)Period January – December 2017 90418011971 TOTAL47.84970.62110034.91747.504100137,04148,66 394840025459 Foreign tourists1.0101.92740,097311.50040,54138,17128,47 2016.1 5343 700 2013.4599 6991 Županja /% From the beginning of January to the end of December, 30,17 percent more arrivals and 36,23 percent more overnight stays were realized in the Vukovar-Srijem County compared to 2016, which certainly makes it a record tourist year.Arrivals and overnight stays from the domestic and foreign markets grew, so out of a total of 93.034 arrivals, domestic guests realized 72.477, which is 33,24 percent more, and foreign guests 20.557 or 20,40 percent more. Out of a total of 151.419 overnight stays, 118.589 were domestic – which is an increase of as much as 48,60 percent, and 32.830 foreign or 4,75 percent more than in 2016. Most overnight stays – 70.621 (46,63 percent) were realized in Vukovar, followed by Vinkovci with 56.508 (37,31 percent), Germans with 8.906 (5,88 percent), Ilok with 8.251 (5,44 percent) and Zupanja with 4.807 (3,17 percent). The largest number of overnight stays was realized from the German market, followed by tourists from Serbia, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Switzerland, Austria, France, Turkey and Macedonia. “Candidates for tenders intended for the system of tourist boards in 2018 will work on completing the overall tourist offer, the implementation of key promotional documents and projects that will include all participants in tourism development and link them with already started projects of the Vukovar-Srijem County Tourist Board. We believe that, despite the non-tourist circumstances that we cannot influence, the attractiveness and quality of our tourist products and incentive programs to support the development of continental tourism in Croatia, will contribute to a stronger increase in organized tourist traffic to our county”, Said Rujana Bušić Srpak, director of the Vukovar-Srijem County Tourist Board at a press conference held at the Kunjevci Hunting Lodge in Vinkovci, where tourist results and projects were presented.Tourist identity based on culture, gastronomy and naturePhoto: Vukovar-Srijem County Tourist BoardAt the Kunjevci Hunting Lodge, representatives of local tourist boards from Vukovar, Vinkovci, Ilok, Županja and Germany were presented with tablets within the ViCTour project – Virtual and Cultural Tourism. The project worth 924.327 euros is funded by the Cross-border Cooperation Program Interreg IPA CBC Croatia-Serbia 2014-2020, and aims to develop an attractive, dynamic and competitive tourism promotion using IT tools such as holograms, augmented reality, interactive totems, multimedia audio guides and electronic workbooks.That last year was extremely successful for Vukovar-Srijem County is confirmed by the fact that the destination Vukovar – Vučedol – Ilok was declared the national winner of EDEN (European Destinations of Excellence) on the topic of cultural tourism, Bušuć – Srpak points out and adds that they were realized and noticed. appearances at foreign and domestic tourism fairs, organized a Tourist Forum with the topic “Gastronomy as a tourist product of Croatia”, printed two promotional brochures – “Gastro art of Srijem and Slavonia” and “Life colored by nature”, the website of the Tourist Board VSŽ was translated into additional four languages, and the application Visit Vukovar Srijem was realized.Special project: ViCTour – Virtual and Cultural TourismVukovar-Srijem County is implementing the project ViCTour – Virtual and Cultural Tourism which is funded by the Cross-Border Cooperation Program INTERREG IPA CBC CROATIA-SERBIA 2014-2020 Total values 924 327,00 € . Along with the Vukovar-Srijem County, the project partners are the Tourist Board of VSC, the Tourist Organization of Vojvodina, the University of Novi Sad, the Faculty of Economics in Subotica, the Fund “European Affairs” of AP Vojvodina. The project procures IT equipment with the aim of developing attractive, dynamic and competitive tourism promotion which will result in increasing the attractiveness of cross-border regions using IT tools (holograms, augmented reality, interactive totems, multimedia audio guide and electronic workbook). One of the first purchases made by VSŽ was the purchase of 5 tablets. The tablets are needed and are related to the procurement activity Augmented Reality (Augmented Reality), and the project is intended for tourist boards in the Vukovar-Srijem County: Vukovar Tourist Board, Vinkovci Tourist Board, Ilok Tourist Board, Županja Tourist Board, VSŽ Tourist Board.DATA ON TOURIST TRAFFIC FOR 2017 Number of tourist arrivals / nights in Ilok: Francuska11264,97%1343,41%2382,59%826,14%342,31%62510,07% EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights Francuska January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights 2012.8561511 Macedonia10554,66%1012,57%1611,75%312,32%1218,24%63310,20% EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights Domestic tourists2.2214.95396,761.6954.13895,86131,03119,70 2009.34 40680 109 2011.13643406 103016,59% YearTotal number of arrivalsTotal number of nights School excursions37.18550.824141,1026.35530.714165,47 2015.58956643 Number of tourist arrivals / nights for Germans: JanuaryVeljačaOžujakTravanjMayLipanjJulyAugustSeptemberListopadNovemberprosinac 2009. 2193250941 Domestic tourists4.5126.23375,543.4965.11878,22129,06121,79 102110481126 Total number of nights in VSC from the ground EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights Domestic tourists72.477118.58978,3154.39579.80471,80133,24148,60 County Tourist Board: Vukovar-SrijemPeriod January – December 2017 Italija2794 · Data by tourist boards in 2017: Foreign tourists601663,24651794,1492,3192,74 Austrija 2008.18482303 Bosnia and Herzegovina1864 Number of tourist arrivals / nights in Vinkovci: 2014.7 01611 913 2012.6 35310 301 January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 Austrija19228,49%2977,57%107911,75%18413,78%16211,04%1552,49% Foreign tourists8.1298.55596,066.0236.86093,20134,97124,71 2012.1959438623 YearTotal number of arrivalsTotal number of nights EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights 2015.2991962930 27082458 Turska11074,89%180,45%1051,14%20,14%291,97%95315,35% 2015.17 87728 215 2008.13682606 Local tourist board: Vukovar (Vukovar-Srijem)Period January – December 2017 Arrivals5.0436.9737.8908.34810.1716.5225.0875.82610.43910.50410.2975.934 2011.6 1079 512 2010.2676847010 2009.19762640 TOTAL8.4098.9061006.3317.361100132,82120,99 2014.3112858420 Foreign tourists1.4952.01824,461.0171.42521,78147,00141,61 Total number of nights in VSC from the country – 2015Total number of nights in VSC from the country – 2016Total number of nights in VSC from the country – 2017 Local tourist board: Ilok (Vukovar-Srijem) – no traffic selectedPeriod January – December 2017 January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 Markets with over 1000 overnight stays, trends 2015 – 2017 Local tourist board: Germans (Vukovar-Srijem) – no traffic selectedPeriod January – December 2017 Switzerland 2010.12421988 2017. 47 849 70 621 Number of tourist arrivals / nights for the city of Zupanja: 2011. 5537 6959 2014.14208026 2015.1 2743 811 2016. 23 233 43 785 2008. 2273849859 Foreign tourists2974090,801833371,10162,30121,36 Data by tourist boards in 2017: Participants in school package arrangements approved by the school institution 2016. 71.469 111.146 Arrivals 2017Nights 2017Index of arrivalsArrivals 2016Nights 2016Overnight index 2011.39 14566 090 2011.32923693 2013.46 03982 517 Foreign tourists6.32113.17823,326.08914.33332,73103,8191,94 2014.59086904 2008.61206575 2016.63317361 Macedonia7771055 January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights Vukovar /% 26542665 January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 2012.59147495 Local tourist board: Županja (Vukovar-Srijem) – no selected tourist trafficPeriod January – December 2017 Local tourist board: Vinkovci (Vukovar-Srijem)Period January – December 2017 2008.9 04824 948 2009.15433434 Foreign tourists2372430,531181580,60200,85153,80 25112000 2015.50207794 Of the total all nights realized in 2017 amounting to 151 419, of them 56 508 or 37, 31% were realized in Vinkovci8 or 906% in Germans70 or 621% in Vukovar8 or 251% in Ilok4807 or 3,17% in Županja 2017.84098906 TOTAL34.90445.70510024.50726.309100142,42173,72 2010.42235196 18972862 2017.60078251 Of the total foreign nights realized in 2017 amounting to 32 830, of them 13 or 178% were realized in Vinkovci8 555 or 26,05% in Germans6 or 379% in Vukovar2 or 018% in Ilok1 927 or 5,86% in ŽupanjaOf the total domestic overnight stays realized in 2017 amounting to 118 589, of them 43 or 330% were realized in Vinkovci351 and 0,29% in Germans, respectively64 or 242% in Vukovar6 or 233% in Ilok2 or 880% in Županja Italija266511,78%74719,06%134914,69%644,79%815,52%4136,65% TOTAL6.0078.2511004.5136.543100133,10126,10 2016. 34 917 47 504 YearTotal number of arrivalsTotal number of nights Bosnia and Herzegovina245810,86%75619,29%122013,29%15511,61%25217,17%310,49% Turska10248981107 2010.7 49017 813 Local tourist board: Ilok (Vukovar-Srijem)Period January – December 2017 2016. 4 513 6 543 Ilok /% Slovenia1896 Other nights55.849100.595123,7945.11480.432125,06 2014.44486068 2010.40 45973 005 2017.23154807 146118781922 2012.37 61165 859 Total VSŽ(domestic and foreign)93.034151.419130,1771.469111.146136,23 2014.50 69093 702 2013.2470346447 2010.84114 Vinkovci /% YearTotal number of arrivalsTotal number of nights Domestic tourists34.66745.46299,4724.38926.15199,40142,14173,84 January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 2017.27.49256.508 Serbia286212,64%3198,13%105011,44%14711,01%18012,26%99916,09% Domestic tourists36.88850.41599,2026.17230.37798,90140,94165,96 UK1181508 nights7.0319.86912.95916.00218.75811.8478.6279.95716.24115.54115.8148.773 2009.8 18721 961 Number of tourist arrivals / nights for the city of Vukovar: Domestic tourists44.56364.24290,9731.98741.18986,71139,32155,97 YearTotal number of arrivalsTotal number of nights 2017. 93.034 151.419 2008.41 68887 369 January – December 2017January – December 2016index 2017/2016 TOTAL2.2815.1191001.7604.317100129,60118,58 TOTAL2.3154.8071001.5343.700100150,92129,92 EarthArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights% of nightsArrivalsnights Serbia1810 YearTotal number of arrivalsTotal number of nights TOTAL37.18550.82410026.35530.714100141,09165,48 2013.6501621 Domestic tourists2803513,943085016,8090,9170,06 Realized arrivals and overnight stays by months in 2017: 601 County Tourist Board: Vukovar-SrijemPeriod January – December 2017
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