LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook One day, when I was 19 years old, I was in the middle of a photo shoot for a Miramax film when I was suddenly told it was time to leave. I was wearing a little black dress, showing a lot of cleavage, lying seductively on my side and looking slyly at the camera. The part I had played in the movie, “Guinevere,” could not have been more removed from this pose. My character was an awkward girl, bumbling, in fact, who wore sweatshirts and jeans, and had little sense of her sexual power. But this was how they were going to sell the movie, and at a certain point, I was tired of being a problem, which is how a female actor is invariably treated whenever she points out that she is being objectified or not respected.I was pulled out of the photo shoot abruptly. The publicist said that we needed to be in Harvey Weinstein’s office in 20 minutes.“Are we done here?” I asked. “No” was the answer. “But Harvey wants you there now.” Advertisement Advertisement In the taxi, the publicist looked at me and said: “I’m going in with you. And I’m not leaving your side.” I knew everything I needed to know in that moment, and I was grateful.When I got there, Mr. Weinstein wasted no time. He told me, in front of the publicist and a co-worker beside him, that a famous star, a few years my senior, had once sat across from him in the chair I was in now. Because of his “very close relationship” with this actress, she had gone on to play leading roles and win awards. If he and I had that kind of “close relationship,” I could have a similar career. “That’s how it works,” I remember him telling me. The implication wasn’t subtle. I replied that I wasn’t very ambitious or interested in acting, which was true. He then asked me about my political activism and went on to recast himself as a left-wing activist, which was among the funniest things I’d ever heard.READ MORE Login/Register With: Sarah Polley (right) making her documentary “Stories We Tell.” Credit Ken Woroner/Roadside Attractions Advertisement Twitter
A Canadian artist is building a massive wall of rotting cheese along the border between the U.S. and Mexico.Montreal-born Cosimo Cavallaro said the work was something he wanted to do for a long time but never had the right context for, until U.S. President Donald Trump began to make an issue of the border wall.But unlike Swiss cheese, there are no holes in this wall. Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook Twitter Login/Register With: Cosimo Cavallaro
She will be removed from the Geneva post in July despite expressing strong wishes to stay in the job.Kunanayakam had been in the post just nine months and her removal means Sri Lanka will have had four Geneva ambassadors in the space of three years. The transfer was decreed by the president on the recommendation of the Minister of External Affairs, he said. Amunugama insisted that her nine-month stay in the post and reappointment to her previous position were completely routine and had nothing to do with the Geneva human rights vote. Meanwhile journalist D.B.S. Jeyaraj said in his blog that Ambassador Kunanayakam was sent an official facsimile message from External Affairs Ministry Secretary Amunugama dated May 7th 2012 which informed her that she was being given notice of transfer as Ambassador to Cuba and that she should take up duties in Havana with effect from July 1st 2012.The External Affairs Ministry Secretary has also stated in the fax that Kunanayakam was being transferred from Geneva to Havana on the instructions of President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Jeyaraj said. (Colombo Gazette) President Mahinda Rajapaksa had approved the transfer of Tamara Kunanayakam as Ambassador to Cuba from Geneva, External Affairs Ministry Secretary Karunatilaka Amunugama told the BBC.“It’s not a question of someone being happy or unhappy but having the best people for the right places,” Karunatilaka said.
On May 8, at the CIM Convention 2018, which is being attended by IM, Wenco representative Carr Stepperud will discuss the results of a study undertaken in conjunction with Sierra Gorda copper mine and detailed in the paper Increasing productivity and conserving person-hours through automated fuel dispatching at Sierra Gorda. This study demonstrated that use of Wenco’s fuel dispatching system contributed to additional operating hours at the mine, a 10% reduction in fueling wait times, and redeployment of a full-time fuelling dispatcher.The Wenco fuel dispatching system serves to streamline the haul truck fuelling process at mines, extracting previously unrealised value in the process. Using mine operational data, the system determines equipment’s need for fuel, then assigns units to the available fuel location that will return it to production with greatest efficiency. Effective use of this system has proven to extend time between fueling over 30%, returning hundreds of additional operating hours each year.Sierra Gorda copper mine began using Wenco Fuel Dispatch in December 2015. By automating its fueling, the mine increased its average fill volumes from 3,400 litres to 3,900 litres per fuel session, allowing each truck to stay in production an average of 1.92 hours longer before needing to refuel. By automatically dispatching units to available fuel locations, fueling queue times at Sierra Gorda also reduced by 10%. Furthermore, the system’s ease of use allowed Sierra Gorda to shift its full-time fuelling dispatcher to other duties, conserving approximately 2,000 person-hours in its first year. Ultimately, this study shows that use of the Wenco automated fuel dispatching system has the potential to extract significant value from the standard haul truck fueling process.“Undoubtedly, fuel management is very important in any large-scale mining operation,” says Miguel Caceres, Senior Dispatch Engineer at Sierra Gorda copper mine. “Here at [Sierra Gorda], we are talking about daily movements above 530,000 t… Whatever is done in terms of time savings and/or optimisation of them, it is worth [it] and still more without needing to invest large sums of money in sensors, attached systems, etc.”
Plateau Energy Metals Inc recently announce the advancement of the company’s Falchani lithium project with the appointment of lead engineer and consultants for the Falchani Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA). Highlights are as follows:DRA Global, appointed lead consultant for the PEA, is actively developing and constructing lithium projects globally and, as the lead Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) firm, brings significant depth in lithium process engineering to the project.Wardell Armstrong, appointed as lead for mine planning, scheduling and optimization for the PEA.The Mineral Corporation, appointed as independent mineral resource estimator, having completed the maiden Falchani mineral resource estimate and leading the updated mineral resource estimate planned for later in Q1 2019.“DRA Global, Wardell Armstrong and The Mineral Corporation, working alongside our internal team, bring some very current lithium project experience and processing depth,” Alex Holmes, CEO of Plateau, commented. “We have discovered, delineated and metallurgically advanced a significant new lithium project in a short period of time, and it is now critical to support our project advancement with a project team that has lithium processing bench strength and the know-how to scope out a robust project that can meet the stringent battery grade lithium product specifications of end-users.”The PEA is estimated to take approximately six months from initiation. DRA Global, as part of the PEA process, will work with ANSTO Minerals, Plateau’s metallurgical consultant, in completing a techno-economic concept level trade-off study of alternative processing routes prior to determining the most viable route(s) to be utilised in the PEA. It is anticipated preliminary results from ANSTO’s work will be completed in February 2019, followed by a series of optimization programs working in collaboration with Plateau and its project team.DRA Global, as the lead consultant, is a diversified global engineering, project delivery and operations management group, with an impressive track record spanning more than three decades. “The organisation is known for its collaborative approach and extensive experience in project origination and delivery, as well as turnkey operations and maintenance services. DRA, through its wholly owned subsidiary DRA Met-Chem, based in Montreal, as well as their regional offices in Perth and Cape Town, possess significant lithium process and metallurgical experts who are able to identify and develop the process requirements, through flowsheet development to the selection of process equipment, in order to minimise costs and ensure overall plant efficiency.”DRA has recently been involved in a number of lithium projects from Preliminary Economic Assessment to Feasibility Study and EPCM for in-construction/expansion projects, including the recent Feasibility Study for Nemaska Lithium’s Whabouchi Mine and Hydromet plant in Shawinigan and is currently EPCM for the concentrator at Whabouchi.Wardell Armstrong, as lead on mine planning, scheduling and optimisation, is a full-service technical mining consultancy with global expertise in the whole mine life cycle. Wardell Armstrong has been at the forefront of several strategic metals mining projects that are part of the electric vehicle revolution. Wardell Armstrong has professionally qualified and experienced industry specialists including mining engineering, rock mechanics, and financial evaluation with a proven record of delivering scoping, Preliminary Economic Assessments and feasibility level studies.Wardell Armstrong has been involved in multiple LSE main board and AIM listings as well as NI 43-101 Technical Reports in line with the TSX and Competent Person’s Reports in line with the ASX. Wardell Armstrong has acted on behalf of numerous lithium exploration and producing companies in geological, mining, and mineral processing activities.The Mineral Corporation, as lead independent mineral resource estimator, was established in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1997 and is home to a well-informed, globally-focused corporate and technical advisory team of mining sector professionals. They have expertise in mineral exploration, geology, mineral resource estimation, mining engineering and development, mineral processing, mining infrastructure, sustainability, statutory compliance, mineral asset valuation and techno-economic modelling.
Vive Targi Kielce has announced a great signing for the season 2014/15. Tobias Reichmann, German national team player and current HSG Wetzlar player, will join the Polish team from the season 2014/15. In the upcoming 2013/14 season he will continue in HSG Wetzlar. Vive Kielce has binded the player for three seasons. Vive Kielce president Bertus Servaas has also announced that the team remain unchanged in the upcoming season, and no one is to leave the club.Winger Reichmann (25) has also also played for LHC Cottbus, SC Magdeburg and THW Kiel before joining HSG Wetzlar. KielcereichmannservaasTHW Kieltobias reichmannvive kielcewetzlar ← Previous Story Kresimir Kozina joins HC Alpla Hard Next Story → Serbs between Vranjes and Matic – New NT head coach until end of the week
Man arrested after crashing car into gates of British Embassy in Dublin It is understood the man chanted an anti-British slogan as he exited the car prior to his arrest. Sunday 10 Jun 2018, 12:35 PM Short URL Share14 Tweet Email1 http://jrnl.ie/4063022 The entrance to the British embassy in Donnybrook Image: Google Maps 91 Comments Image: Google Maps Jun 10th 2018, 12:36 PM The entrance to the British embassy in Donnybrook 47,741 Views A MAN IN his 30s was arrested by gardaí last night after he crashed his car into the gates of the British Embassy on Merrion Road in Dublin.In a statement, gardaí said that the incident occurred around 9pm, and caused minor damage to the gates.TheJournal.ie understands that the man shouted an anti-British slogan as he exited the car prior to his arrest.It is also believed the man is a dissident republican, who is a known associate of dissidents based in north Dublin.Gardaí added: “The male (32) is currently being detained at Donnybrook Garda station under the provisions of section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 as amended for Criminal Damage.”With reporting from Garreth MacNamee By Sean Murray Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram World-renowned fertility specialist Dr Konstantinos Pantos has been recognised by the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) for his impressive work.GCM President Bill Papastergiadis and President of the Hellenic Medical Society of Australia (HMSA) Associate Professor Marinis Pirpiris awarded the doctor a commendation for his efforts in furthering the intellectual and trade exchange between Greece and Australia.Dr Pantos commenced his schooling in Melbourne and returned to Greece to graduate in Medicine from the University of Athens. He then returned to Melbourne to study fertility medicine at the Royal Women’s Hospital before returning to Greece, where he became one of the first in the world to offer blastocyst culture and blastocyst transfer, and helped pioneer blastocyst biopsy and preimplantation genetics.The founder and scientific director of Genesis Athens Clinic, one of Europe’s largest provider of fertility services, Dr Pantos has made parenthood a reality for many couples from all around the world, including many Greek Australians.He has established IVF units in different regions of Greece including Volos, Ioannina and Patra, and more recently established a unit in Romania.A member of various European Society randomised trials, Dr Pantos is extensively published and has been recognised with the inclusion of his pioneering work in the IVF’s history of milestones.Meanwhile, more recently he has also found time to work with the Greek Government together with Dr George Patoulis to boost Greece’s medical tourism sector highlighting the country’s specialised doctors and state of the art medical facilities. The success of the strategy was evident in the wealth of Greek specialists who visited Melbourne for the Health Tourism in Greece Conference hosted by the GCM in 2017.Dr Pantos continues to work towards strengthening the ties and networks between Australia and Greece, having recently developed an e-learning educational program for medical graduates and scientists, which he is in the process of accrediting with various health authorities.Aside from being an opportunity to recognise Dr Pantos’ work, the ceremony was also a chance to mark the commencement of two programs for further medical education in Greece.Mr Papastergiadis and Assoc. Prof. Pirpiris supported the development of undergraduate medical electives in Greece, which would see medical students from Australia spending time with renowned Greek specialists in both the public and private domains.Assoc. Prof. Pirpiris also proposed a postgraduate travelling fellowship program, where Australia’s leading young medical specialists as well as those from the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada spend a period of time travelling through Greece’s institutions of medical learning, while sharing and discussing their research, thereby facilitating the formation of life-long friendships and networks.“The Greek Community of Melbourne is proud to work with Dr Pantos to strengthen the ties between Greece and Australia,” said Mr Papastergiadis.“These initiatives are an important part of demonstrating ‘real relationships’ between the two countries. Hopefully this initiative is only the first part of a larger program.”The GCM President also highlighted the important role the initiative plays directly against the brain drain that Greece has experienced in recent times.“Over 4,000 Greek doctors have left Greece to work abroad. Developing programs that enhance medical functions within Greece will help stem this exodus,” he said.
Le classement Apple des meilleures applications 2011Il est possible de consulter sur l’Apple Store Rewind, un classement par année des meilleurs logiciels et jeux disponibles sur l’Apple Store. Découvrez avec nous les 4 lauréats de l’année 2011, toutes catégories confondues…L’Apple Store Rewind 2011 se compose de 21 catégories incluant chacune un Top 10 avec la meilleure applications gratuites, la meilleure payante et ainsi de suite. Ces applications sont donc disponibles sur les produits de la marque à la pomme, les iPhone et les iPad.Pour les poids lourds de cette année, le verdict est tombé: sur iPhone, l’application de l’année se nomme Instagram. Gratuit, ce logiciel qui compte plus de 11 millions d’utilisateurs, permet notamment d’ajouter des effets aux photos faites avec l’iPhone. Toujours sur le smartphone, le jeu de l’année 2011 est Tiny Wings. L’objectif de ce jeu (vendu 0.79 euros) est d’aider un oiseau à voler plus haut en rebondissant sur les collines qui l’entoure (comme quoil’idée de base peut être saugrenue…).Pour l’iPad, la fameuse tablette d’Apple, l’application de l’année est djay, une table de mixage virtuelle pour les David Guetta en herbe (son prix est tout de même de 7,99 euros). Quant au jeu de l’année, il s’agit de Contre Jour HD. Ce puzzle game, aux graphismes en “noir et blanc” hors du commun, coûte 2,39 euros.Alors, si vous étiez passés à côtés de ces hits cette année, c’est l’occasion de rattraper le temps perdu.Le 18 décembre 2011 à 18:00 • Maxime Lambert
Stay on target HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi on Monday announced plans to leave the Tardis—and Doctor Who—this Christmas.In conversation with BBC Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley, the Scottish actor revealed the now-filming 10th season will “be my last.”“This will be the end for me,” Capaldi said, praising the long-running British sci-fi drama. “I feel sad. I love Doctor Who. It’s a fantastic program to work on.”Best known for his role as profanity-spouting spin doctor Malcolm Tucker in the BBC’s The Thick of It, Capaldi was cast in 2013 as the Doctor; his first appearance was a cameo in the 50th anniversary special “The Day of the Doctor,” before appearing in the 2013 Christmas special “The Time of the Doctor.” Profoundly sad that the wonderful Peter Capaldi is leaving at the end of the year. But he is – and always will be – a great Doctor Who.— Mark Gatiss (@Markgatiss) January 30, 2017“It’s been a huge pleasure to work with a family,” he told Whiley of the show’s cast and crew. “I can’t praise the people I work with more highly.”But, according to the actor, writer, and director, it’s “time for me to move on to different challenges,” he said, reminding listeners that “I’m still there; I’m still [the Doctor] for a long time.”For 327 more days, to be exact.: The 2017 Christmas special—an annual tradition since the show’s revival in 2005—will see the regeneration of the Doctor into its 14th reincarnation (if you include TV-movie Doctor Paul McGann).Who will materialize out of that fiery rebirth, however, remains to be seen. UK bookmaker William Hill has its money on Olivia Colman, James Norton, and Reece Shearsmith—all of whom have played supporting roles on Doctor Who since 2010. (Then again, so did Capaldi—in 2008’s “The Fires of Pompeii.”)Other early favorites include Richard Ayoade (The IT Crowd), Ben Whishaw (Daniel Craig’s Bond films), Jason Flemyng (Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels), and Rory Kinnear (also Craig’s Bond films).I’d pay the BBC to cast Colman (The Night Manager, UK Broadchurch), Hayley Atwell (Captain America’s best gal Peggy Carter), or Sandi Toksvig (QI). But also support predictions of Wishaw, Russell Tovey, Ruth Negga, Miranda Hart, Domhnall Gleeson, Gemma Arterton, and David Harewood.“It would feel like a snub at this point” not to cast a woman, beloved companion Rose Tyler Billie Piper told the BBC this week. “I think that would be great. Given the spirit of the world at the moment, I think that would be timely.”Can we all just put aside our assumptions of bias, however, and assume that the next Doctor will not automatically be any ol’ actor from current showrunner Steven Moffat’s Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Andrew Scott, and Lara Pulver are running varied odds) or imminent showrunner Chris Chibnall’s Broadchurch (which, of course, stars David “10th Doctor” Tennant and Arthur “I’m not Rory Williams anymore” Darvill).“I want to move on to other challenges, but there will never be anything that’s been more special to me,” Capaldi told Whiley this week, expressing sadness and privilege for his role on the iconic show—of which he is a lifelong fan.“My everlasting memory will be of the affection that people feel for the character,” he added. “To be the center of that, to be the focus of that is extraordinary.”In the meantime, as Moffat pointed out, “it’s a long way from over.”“Peter’s amazing, fiery, turbulent Doctor is still fighting the good fight, and his greatest adventures are yet to come,” the producer said in a statement published by Doctor Who TV. “Monsters of the universe, be on your guard—Capaldi’s not done with you yet!”The 10th series of Doctor Who is scheduled to return to BBC and BBC America on April 15 (a day after Peter Capaldi’s 59th birthday) with the Doctor’s newest companion, Bill (played by newcomer Pearl Mackey).
If all goes well, in 2018, the James Webb Telescope will make a one million mile trek to the second Lagrange point — one of five gravitationally stable where the pull from the Earth and Sun are roughly equal relative to each other. Once there it’ll begin deploying a sunshield to further protect the telescopes sensors from the sun’s interference. Sometime later we should start getting regular super-high resolution pictures of the oldest things in our universe.You might have noticed that I’ve been saying things like “should” a bunch. The reality is that space travel is risky and it doesn’t always work out. The Hubble, for example, had a rather famous defect with its main mirror. Thankfully, because it was close to Earth, we were able to fix the problem in short order. If James Webb encounters a problem, though, it’ll be many times farther than any human’s ever been from Earth. We wouldn’t even have a craft capable of fixing the telescope for years. Plus James Webb cost $9 billion. So it’s really, REALLY important we get this right.If we do though, and if all goes as planned we’ll not only be able to peer back into the earliest moments of our universe but determine the chemical composition of planets around nearby stars. All those maybe Earths we keep finding? We could potentially tell if some of them have life or at least could really support it. Here’s hoping it all goes well. Hubble is one of the most important telescopes in history. It showed us so much of the universe around us and has been credited with keeping the public’s imagination about space alive — and peppering basically all media since with sprawling nebulae. But space telescope is almost 30 years old at this point. It’s had a good run, but it’s about time we made some upgrades. That’s the idea behind the forthcoming James Webb Telescope.NASA released the photo above this week. It shows the completed mirror assembly for the massive telescope. It uses 18 smaller, precisely calibrated hexagonal dishes to complete the main mirror body. This amounts to a 6.5-meter dish that can collect a tremendous amount of light which will allow astronomers to see fainter objects further back in time than ever before.The telescope is still under construction, but this week marks an important milestone. The body of the telescope is now complete, and it will now be moved from the Goddard Flight Center in Maryland to Houston. There it’ll be carefully examined and screened to make sure it’s ready for space.When all that’s set, the final satellite will be transported to French Guinea to launch from the European Space Agency’s spaceport there. The position is ideal because rockets deployed from near the equator get an effective push thanks to the Earth’s rotation.
Also speaking was Fernandez’s agent, Scott Boras, who has been emotional since he arrived to Miami, Monday. During interviews, Boras has had trouble speaking, as he was overcome with emotion and tears.During his eulogy he fought back tears as he praised Fernandez. “Oh, he had unbelievable ability – that smile opened the door to him. A beacon of light,” he said, as he choked up. “His two most passionate places were on the water and on the mound. Both represented his rights and freedom he most coveted. Ironically, the waters that brought Jose to us are the same waters that took him to a new freedom… This guy called me elated, ‘Soy libre, como usted!’ He screamed on the phone. ‘Free like you.’ I said, ‘No you’re different. You’re so different. I was born to the privilege of this great country. You had to fight and risk your life to get here.’”Boras has spent a lot of time with Fernandez’s grandmother and mother since his passing. He said that Jose told him once, his proudest moment was being able to buy his mother a house. We’ll miss you, Jose.#FinalFarewell | #JDF16 https://t.co/7lTs8KT4Ts— WSVN 7 News (@wsvn) September 29, 2016Two Miami Marlins players were invited to speak, third baseman Martin Prado and Outfielder Marcell Ozuna. Wednesday night, Prado hit a home run and was met with an embrace from Ozuna on the field.Both Prado and Ozuna, as well as several other Marlins baseball players, were invited to go out on the boat with Fernandez on that tragic Saturday night that ended in a fatal crash, off Miami Beach, that took Fernandez’s life as well as the lives of two of his friends. Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez, a Miami native and friend of Jose’s, was also in attendance.On Wednesday, hundreds of fans visited St. Brendan Catholic Church for a public viewing, which concluded just before midnight. Fans lined the street in front of the church to say goodbye to their star pitcher who was taken away too soon.Inside the church, fans filed past a closed casket adorned by flower arrangements in the shapes of the U.S. and Cuban flags, with a large family photo of Fernandez off to one side.Fans left behind a memorial on the steps of the church for the family, including young fans whose parents brought them along.The Marlins finish their regular season in Washington against the Nationals, a series that begins Friday evening.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. The emotional and somber mass concluded at around 3:35 p.m., with the singing of “God Bless America.” Soon after, the attendees exited St. Brendan, where many were seen offering their condolences to one another and embracing as they walked side by side to their cars parked nearby.Family and friends went to a private burial following the service.Meanwhile, the Marlins left for their flight to Washington, D.C., where they’ll play their final three games of the season Friday, Saturday and Sunday.Before leaving, Loria spoke again about Fernandez’s impact.“Emptied out, emptied out with emotion. A spectacular star, terrific young man. I just loved him. All I can tell you is I loved him, and everybody who came in touch with him loved him. Once in a lifetime, once in a lifetime.”Hall of Famer Andre Dawson, former Marlins managers Dan Jennings and Jack McKeon, and MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred were also in attendance, along with singer-songwriter Marc Anthony.“It’s just a superior home going and you also learn a lot about Jose that you didn’t know. A lot of what you knew, but it’s a wonderful home going,” Dawson said. “That spirit he had, how it was contagious, infectious. He loved everybody, and it was pretty evident today. He made an impact on a country, on several countries, on people all around the world. Just to know him for that brief time that I knew him, he made an impact on me. He was just one of those individuals that he grew on you. You loved him, and he was just taken too soon.” JF’s Agent: His 2 most passionate places were on the water & mound. Both represented his rights & freedom he coveted https://t.co/QOkwU4zrDY— WSVN 7 News (@wsvn) September 29, 2016Several of Fernandez’s teammates and partners spoke at the mass, including Miami Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria, who gave Fernandez’s Marlins jersey to Fernandez’s grandmother before the processional began at St. Brendan, Wednesday. He is responsible for bringing Fernandez’s grandmother from Cuba to the United States.At one point during the mass, Loria broke down in tears. “Well, we weren’t supposed to be here today,” said Loria. “As you all know, we tragically lost a giant who was one of the bright lights of our Marlins organization, the City of Miami and for Cuban people everywhere.” Session ID: 2019-09-12:6be5ad774f2b7e6bbf12644a Player Element ID: vjs_video_615 OK Close Modal DialogBeginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen Along with close family and friends in attendance were nearly 200 Miami Marlins personnel, who arrived by the bus load. Also in attendance were Mr. Marlin himself, Jeff Conine, singer Marc Anthony, Hall of Famer Tony Perez and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz.Father Jose Alvarez, who is the Marlins Chaplain, as well as a priest at Our Lady of the Lakes in Miami Lakes, orated Thursday’s funeral mass.“Most of what has been said over the last few days has been about the great person that he is,” Alvarez said. “Todo lo grande, no?” MIAMI (WSVN) – After a touching final tribute to fallen Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, the mourning continues, Friday, at Marlins Park.Fans continued paying appreciation and showing love to Fernandez by adding to the large memorial display at Marlins Park.It was a packed house at St. Brendan Catholic Church, Thursday, as relatives, friends and the Miami Marlins family paid their respects to Jose Fernandez during a private funeral mass.Early Thursday morning, the church began preparing in anticipation of the mass.At around noon, Fernandez’s mother, grandmother and other family members were seen outside of his grandmother’s home before heading to St. Brendan for the funeral mass. 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DANIA BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Police have released new details in an ongoing burglary case in Broward County.Authorities said crooks broke into a Bass Pro Shops store in Dania Beach, July 21, and stole high-powered weapons before taking off.BSO detectives recovered nearly two dozen of those guns in Hallandale Beach a few days later.One person was already arrested, but now police are searching for his accomplices, who authorities identified as 18-year-old Myron Love and 19-year-old Tyus Duffy.Detectives said the men are armed and dangerous.If you have any information on this burglary, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Alaska residents and a wide variety of local and national retailers gathered at the Dena’ina Convention Center in downtown Anchorage this weekend for the NW Cannabis Classic. While smoking was prohibited, the trade show featured marijuana-oriented retail products as well as information sessions for hobbyists and business owners hoping to navigate the nascent cannabis market in Alaska.
Jadhav sustained a shoulder injury during CSK’s matchADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty ImagesHe may not be the most high-profile cricketer but Kedar Jadhav has emerged as one of the most reliable batsmen India has in limited overs cricket. His presence in the middle order is highly important for the team to mount a successful campaign in the upcoming ICC 2019 World Cup. However, the very participation of the right-handed batsman has come into doubt after he suffered a scary injury during the IPL game between Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab.In an attempt to stop an overthrow from going to the boundary in the 14th over, Jadhav dived and ended up causing harm to his shoulder. Immediately, the CSK player was clearly in discomfort and needed medical attention. He was absent from the field for the remainder of King’s XI innings.Importance of JadhavThe 34-year old has proven to be highly valuable in ODI cricket not just as a batsman but also an off-spinner with unusual action. He has often been responsible for picking up key wickets at vital points in games. One can recall his match-winning all round performance in the Final of the Asia Cup. In that contest, Jadhav got key breakthroughs for India when Bangladesh looked set for a big score and then came into bat despite being injured to get India the win on the last ball of the match. Kedar Jadhav has played many important knocks for IndiaIANSThe comments made by CSK coach Stephen Fleming in the press-conference following the game didn’t provide much relief to the worried Indian fans. “He’s getting an x-ray and a scan tomorrow. We are hopeful for him although I don’t think we will see him again in this tournament for us. His attention is turned to the World Cup. He is in some discomfort, but we just need to be accurate with our assessments tomorrow. Fingers crossed that it is nothing serious, but it did not look that good,” he said in an honest assessment.With the World Cup coming up, most Indian fans, including those devoted to CSK, would be least bothered about his non-appearance for the MS Dhoni-led side. What they would want is for him to get fit in time to feature in the biggest ODI event of the cricket world. Otherwise, there would be a big hole in the Indian middle-order that would be hard to fill. Though Rishabh Pant and Ambati Rayudu are two options that India has for replacing him, his usefulness as an all-rounder makes him unique.
Chairman of State Bank of India Arundhati Bhattacharya at the bank’s headquarters in Mumbai March 24, 2015.Reuters FileIndia’s biggest lender State Bank of India (SBI) will be reviewing its minimum balance requirement following criticism from customers and political parties. The state-owned bank made a rule that savings accounts have to maintain a minimum monthly average balance of Rs 5,000.Speaking to the Times of India, SBI Managing Director (national banking group) Rajnish Kumar said that the norms were not “cast in iron”, and were being debated within the bank.The bank came under attack for this rule both from media and politicians as everyone felt that accounts opened by students and the underprivileged were subjected to penalties for holding a balance lower, which is completely unjustified.Earlier in August, SBI in a reply to an RTI query said that the bank has collected Rs 235.06 crore as penalty from 38.8 crore accounts for not maintaining monthly average balance in the first quarter of the financial year 2018.Later the lender said in a press release that the monthly average balance non-maintenance charges are not applicable on all its savings bank accounts. “Prime Minister’s Jan Dhan Yojna (PMJDY), Small accounts and Basic Savings Bank Deposit (BSBD) accounts are exempted from MAB requirement and no charges are recovered from these accounts,” NDTV quoted SBI’s press release.Of the 40 crore savings bank accounts that SBI has, 13 crore accounts fall under these exempted category, the press release stated.BSBD accounts are accounts every bank offers to the underprivileged sections of the society. These accounts have most of the features of a regular savings account, including debit cards, but do not have the cheque book facility.Kumar told TOI that there had been several instances of students and underprivileged opening regular accounts with the SBI instead of the BSBD accounts.”We are advising school authorities that accounts for students should be under BSDA. We are also actively advising people to convert their regular accounts to BSBD accounts for which there are no charges on not maintaining minimum quarterly balance of Rs 5,000,” he said.”It is difficult for us to identify which of these accounts belong to the underprivileged,” Kumar said. But he however ruled out any rollback of the charges for non-maintenance of balances.
Denver Botanic GardensSpread across 24 gorgeous acres and 17 separate gardens, Denver Botanic Gardens flourish with flowers and plants from around the world.The gardens are inspired by Japan, China, South Africa and the Tropics, and are full of unforgettably bizarre blossoms, curious water features and ornamental surprises. Far prettier than an afternoon spent on Grindr, anyway! GAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) The dancefloor flashes and the music pumps at Tracks, the most cavernous gay club in Denver. A beautiful stranger reaches out and places something in my hand, as Madonna’s Beautiful Stranger plays in the background.OK, it was actually Sexy and I Know It by LMFAO, but let’s gloss over that. I examine the sticky substance in my hands as he leans forward and yells in my ear: ‘Weed gummies!’For lack of a better cultural meme, I have a Matrix ‘red pill/blue pill’ moment. I don’t make a habit of accepting drugs from people I don’t know. What’s more, I’m in the Coloradan capital in a semi-professional capacity…But the guy in question has kind eyes and a nice smile, and we’ve been dancing together for a while. Plus, recreational cannabis use has been legal in Denver, and indeed the state of Colorado, since January 2014. ‘It’s the same as accepting a drink offer’ I tell myself. ‘And when in Rome…’Alice in American WonderlandI chew on the pleasant-tasting sweets and dance the night away, like a gay Alice in American Wonderland. Thus, I try marijuana in a legal context for the first time in my life. And it didn’t feel wrong, or illicit – just amusing.Take Our PollWhat happened next? Well, I concluded that I’m all for the legalization of marijuana. And, through a weekend-long weed-induced haze, I fell in love with Colorado.The Mile High CityI’ll get off the subject in a minute, but I want to quickly add: with countless dispensaries dotted around this medium-sized town of 693,060, you needn’t rely on guys in bars pick up your gummies.Cannabis tourism is big business Denver, amusingly nicknamed Mile High City – originally called as such because of its 1609.3 meter elevation. Indeed, in Denver, nearby mountainous beauty always beckons. It’s a quality best captured in Denver’s star attraction, Red Rocks Amphitheater. This otherworldly concert venue is 20 minutes out the city and flanked by two gigantic, diagonally-jutting sandstone rocks. When lit up at night, their reddish-brown color is akin to fire.The site has played host to everyone from Cher to The Beatles to U2. During my visit, I somewhat involuntarily found myself on an evening with…OneRepublic. Denver’s random like that.Once I got over someone other than Beyonce performing Halo (well, Ryan Tedder did co-write it) the surreal acoustics and irrepressible majesty of the venue took over. Also, it was kind of fitting, as OneRepublic are Coloradoan. I eventually found myself singing along to Apologize without a hint of irony. I forgot I downloaded it back in 2007!What to do in Denver Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Clyfford Still MuseumThis is one of the most brilliantly-executed museums I’ve visited, celebrating the work the late Clyfford Still. It tells his complete story (but in highly and carefully edited way), bridging the gap from his early harrowing depictions of The Great Depression to his later, inexplicably moving abstract works.The concept of the gallery puts me in mind of London’s Newport Street Gallery: tiny, but managing to make a huge impact with a limited amount of work on display.Denver Art MuseumThe protruding spike of the Duncan Pavilion was added to Denver Art Museum in 2006, making it the city’s coolest building. Well, after the recently-redeveloped Union Station, and the adorable Molly Brown House Museum, home of the late Titanic survivor. And I guess most the stunning government buildings in the Civic Center neighborhood, where the Museum resides.Denver’s biggest collection of art is home to 70,000 items. Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and Paul Cezanne are all represented.Where to eatRiojaMediterranean cuisine using local, seasonal ingredients could be a recipe for disappointment. But at Rioja, Denver’s buzziest restaurant, it’s executed with care and flair. I enjoyed a leisurely dinner al fresco, overlooking Larimer Square and the tasting menu, complete with perfect wine pairings, was full of unusual, intricate dishes served with an assemblage of unorthodox accessories, such as the tender whiskey brined pork chop served with a savoury eclair.Meanwhile, the soup made from almonds and ramps – a wild, garlicky spring onion – was luxurious, while the tempura nairagi (striped marlin) was an enjoyable but jarring deviation from the theme. As in, I wouldn’t normally follow a fish course with pork.But our favorite dish was the comforting potato gnocchi with broccoli, pancetta and pear, which was a meal in itself! This was closely followed by the understated house salad, comprised of rocket, dates, gorgonzola and almond vinaigrette, the wide array of freshly-baked breads, and the mercifully tiny brandi snap, orange-scented cannoli.The Rocky Mountains | Photo: PixabayWhere to day tripI got high in Denver, but I got higher still – literally and spiritually – on a day tour of the Rocky Mountains. The highest point is Mount Elbert, standing 14,440 feet above sea level. But sprawling, hulking vistas greet your eyes everywhere you look. This National Park has more character than most of the men I’ve dated put together, and should be an essential presence on any bucket list.I explored the Rockies with local tour company ilimo. Sharing a comfortable minibus ride with a handful of friendly adventurers, our expedition took in the quaint mountainside town Estes Park and the Trail Ridge Road. We saw wild horses, chipmunks and elk.The tour is priced at $115 per person. (£87.46, €98.21), and includes pick up and drop off from the Blue Bear at the Convention Center, plus bottled water, snacks and park admission. Horror buffs, pay attention: the tour also includes a quick photo op at the Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King’s classic novel The Shining.Where to stayKing Premier Suite | Photo:The Kimpton Hotel Monaco DenverThis gorgeous Art Deco-inspired Kimpton property is still gleaming from a multimillion renovation last year. The plush interiors of the 189 rooms feel bang up to date while also nodding to the glamor of decades past . Be sure to take advantage of the Kimpton social hour between 5-6pm, and the complimentary coffee station in the lobby in the mornings.The Kimpton is conveniently-located on Champa St, a 15 minute walk from Larimer Square. It’s also only eight blocks from Union Station, where you can easily transfer to and from Denver International Airport.For more information about Denver, visit Denver.org. For more information about Colorado, visit the Colorado Tourism website.To book visit Norwegian.com/uk or you can also call 0330 828 0854.Photos author’s own or Visit DenverGot a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . But just like Palm Springs’ gay scene or Austin’s live music scene, there’s more to Denver than what is arguably, currently, its most defining characteristic.In truth, it has a cool, offbeat and cheerful quality that’s apparent whether you’re in an altered state or not.It’s there in the compelling street art of River North Art District (RiNo), plus the sophisticated global cuisine served around Larimer Square, the city’s oldest and most historic block, decorated with Colorado flags and fairy lights.It’s also there in the utter randomness of the city’s emblem, a 40-foot-tall Blue Bear who you’ll find peering through the Convention Center.Stop and stareFinally, it’s in the smiling faces of the locals, who actually are all high on the 300 days of sunshine Denver enjoys every year.This was especially apparent in the city’s smattering of LGBTI bars, such as the glossy, box-fresh Triangle Denver, which opened earlier this year and attracts a laid-back, outdoorsy crowd, plus Tracks itself.Tracks’ manager Morgan Taylor tells us: ‘It’s great to be LGBTI in Denver because of how up-and-coming the city is. It’s exciting to be tapping into big-scale events and entertainment while also enjoying the amenities of Colorado’s majestic nature offerings and close-knit queer community.’ Gay couple attacked for ‘holding hands’ after leaving Edinburgh gay clubThis Spanish gay guy worries his LGBTI-friendly country is going backwardsBritish model Zander Hodgson comes out as gayRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/a-guy-in-a-gay-club-denver-gave-me-weed-gummies-then-this-happened/
No related posts. Is it fair to fire the vice minister for the video? Yes. Her status as a government official demands it. No. It’s a shameful invasion of privacy. No response. Culture viceminister fired Facebook Comments From the print editionFormer Culture Vice Minister Karina Bolaños might have lied about the origins of a racy video she made, according to Culture Minister Manuel Obregón. Someone uploaded the video to YouTube last week, and Bolaños was removed from her position in the ministry as a result.After the video surfaced online, generating millions of views in only a few days, Obregón wrote an op-ed for the daily La Nación justifying the vice minister’s firing. The quick removal of Bolaños from office angered many Costa Ricans, and some criticized President Laura Chinchilla – including The Tico Times in an editorial last week – for dismissing the vice minister over what was believed to be a case of extortion by a third party and an invasion of her privacy. According to Obregón, Bolaños’ version of events – stated in her only public interview regarding the incident to CNN en Español – was misleading.In the interview, Bolaños said the video, where she’s dressed in her underwear and flirting with the camera, was made in 2007, and was stolen from her personal computer. However, Obregón said he believes the video was made in 2009, while Bolaños attended an AIDS prevention conference in Cape Town, South Africa. The minister also suspects Bolaños could have used a government computer to film the video, and that she might have disseminated the video on her own.In addition, Bolaños faces two criminal complaints filed against her on unrelated charges. On July 30, the daily tabloid La Teja said Bolaños faces a criminal complaint for harassment against a former lover and another for disobeying a restraining order.Obregón said Bolaños never informed her superiors about the legal troubles. In addition, Bolaños said in her CNN interview that she had been extorted for more than a year regarding the video, but she did not disclose this information to superiors or authorities until the video became public.These discretions, and the publication of the video, made it impossible for the government to permit Bolaños to continue at her job working with youth programs at the ministry.Obregón said he “was deeply sorry and condemned the irresponsible invasion of privacy” of Bolaños. But he believes the firing was necessary due to the circumstances.“It is absolutely false, on the other hand, there is some type of discriminatory action against the concerned,” Obregón wrote. “In previous cases where there have been similar criminal charges against an official of similar rank, the government acted consistently. These are decisions that are not linked to gender, but tied to conditions to adequately perform the responsibilities of public office.”On Thursday morning, Obregón told Radio Reloj that if Bolaños did break any laws with the recording of the video, the government could choose to file criminal charges against her.The culture minister said he has not heard any further explanations from Bolaños, but he hopes she will communicate with the ministry.Tico Times Poll:
12 Comments Share – Wilks was happy with Monday’s practice and generally pleased with his club’s play overall so far. He still sees room for improvement though, even from his defense, which has allowed an average of just 16 points per game.“On the defensive side of the ball I think we’re still missing too many tackles,” he acknowledged. “Being aggressive is one thing, but [we need to be] making sure we’re under control.”– It’s no secret that defense is the new head coach’s specialty. And Wilks is particularly locked in when it comes to the secondary, where he sees a personality forming.“I’ve always had the mindset that the identity of your defense is based off, not your front seven, but how your secondary tackles,” he said. “And the physicality with that corner. A lot of corners in this league don’t want to tackle; that’s why they crack the safety or the linebacker and put David Johnson one-on-one with the corner. Our corners are going to tackle here.”– Wilks on Bene Benwikere’s impressive play so far this preseason: “The biggest thing with Bene is just he has a knack for the ball. Great vision, understands route concepts, very smart.” TEMPE, Ariz. — Much was made of how the offensive line struggled in the Arizona Cardinals’ preseason opener. Center Daniel Munyer couldn’t cleanly snap the ball to Josh Rosen, and as a whole the group had a hard time blocking for the quarterback once he dropped back to pass.To be fair, that wasn’t the first unit. The starting group of D.J. Humphries, Mike Iupati, Mason Cole, Justin Pugh and Andre Smith seemed just fine when they were out there. But they only got one series against the Chargers, so it was hard to draw too many conclusions. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires An injury to his right arm landed the veteran guard on injured reserve last season, limiting him to just one contest. And over his three years in Arizona, he’s missed 19 of a possible 48 regular season games. He’s optimistic that the silver lining to sitting last year is that it can pay off now though.“After taking that year off, it makes you appreciate football,” Iupati said. “Body feels good, everything feels good.”Many critics have pointed to Arizona’s o-line as a question mark, citing how much the unit stumbled in 2017. There may be something to that, and the fact that the five current starters played a combined six games for the Cardinals a year ago means it could take some time to find cohesion at a position where cohesion is mandatory.There’s plenty of talent up there too though, with four former first rounders in that five player group. And if the offensive line actually does prove to be a positive for Wilks, it would go a long way toward helping Arizona silence the skeptics.BALANCED ATTACKBradford is now a perfect 7-for-7 in two preseason games as a member of the Cardinals. And all seven of his passes have gone to seven different targets. They saw more time this past Friday in New Orleans, and head coach Steve Wilks sees his offseason belief that the line could be a strength for the offense being validated now.“I think they’ve proven that, the way they’ve performed in the first two games,” he said. “Particularly the ones coming off the ball and creating a new line of scrimmage. I think they’ve accepted the challenge and they’ve taken a lot of pride in that.”Related LinksA.Q. Shipley injury offers Cardinals C Evan Boehm a shot at redemptionFormer Cardinals RB Adrian Peterson signs with RedskinsUntrustworthy preseason at least presents hope for CardinalsThe loss of A.Q. Shipley in the middle obviously hurts, and it puts a lot of pressure on Cole, a rookie third-round pick, to step in and become the anchor between a bunch of vets. But Cole has looked decent so far.Meanwhile, Iupati looks completely rejuvenated after being sidelined for 15 games last season.“The man is playing about as good as anyone on our team is playing up front,” quarterback Sam Bradford said. “This camp, just watching him play, it’s been pretty impressive. Both in the run game and the pass game, he just seems to be swallowing guys up out there. As a quarterback, it gives you a lot of confidence knowing he’s playing at such a high level out there.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories “It speaks a lot to Mike [McCoy’s] offense as well,” Bradford said of his offensive coordinator. “Just in the fact that the ball is going to get spread out all over the field. We’ve got different ways to get the ball to different positions. It’s not going to be narrowed down to one or two guys. It’s going to go everywhere and we’re going to force the defense to cover all five of our guys.”In the game against the Chargers, Bradford’s one attempt was complete to tight end Ricky Seals-Jones.Arizona wide receivers combined for just nine yards on two catches in that entire contest outside of a 48-yard toss from rookie quarterback Charles Kanoff to Jalen Tolliver in the fourth quarter.The Cardinals had more success through the air against the Saints on Friday with the wide receivers alone hauling in 15 receptions for 154 yards and a touchdown.EXTRA POINTS– Safety Tre Boston hasn’t committed to a jersey number just yet. He’s wearing No. 38, but he taped over the part of his locker where it shows his number with a sign that says simply “TBA”. He wants No. 33, which currently belongs to Chris Campbell. Arizona Cardinals offensive guard Mike Iupati (76) blocks defensive tackle Corey Peters, right, during an NFL football practice Monday, Aug. 13, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. 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