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Indigenous demonstrators erect teepee on Parliament Hill to protest Canada Day

first_imgOTTAWA – A large teepee erected by indigenous demonstrators to kick off a four-day Canada Day protest was standing in front of Parliament Hill early Thursday just hours after their initial attempt was thwarted by police.Police had blocked the group just inside the gates to Parliament Hill on Wednesday evening as demonstrators carried wooden poles on their shoulders to erect a teepee.Both sides had refused to budge and a spokeswoman at the scene said 10 people were briefly held in custody before being released. Demonstrators initially said about 15-20 people had been taken into custody.Candace Day Neveau, from a group called the Bawating Water Protectors that arrived in Ottawa from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., on Wednesday, said those arrested were ordered to stay away from Parliament Hill for six months.Videos posted on social media showed RCMP officers dragging away at least one person as others chanted “shame” and “let our people go!” Police had also erected a barricade to prevent anyone from going further up the Hill.However, Day Neveau later said demonstrators intended to carry through with their plan to erect a teepee. Photographs on social media early Thursday showed a large tan-coloured teepee had been erected inside a barricade in front of the Parliament buildings.Organizers say the demonstration marked the first day of a “reoccupation” ceremony to counter Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations because Indigenous Peoples have little reason to celebrate colonization.Jessica Bolduc, who was with the Sault Ste. Marie group, said they wanted to build a teepee on what is unceded Algonquin territory.Bolduc said it is also about recognizing there is much work to do before anyone can say Canada had achieved reconciliation.“I think Canada has one sort of view and way in which they engage with the world around them and then there is the Indigenous experience,” said Bolduc.“We talk about this smart and caring nation, but don’t acknowledge that those privileges aren’t afforded to indigenous peoples in the same way that they are to folks who have settled here, whether that was 200 years ago or to people who we are welcoming here today in a ceremony of becoming Canadian,” she said.The demonstration was being held across from the former Langevin Block, which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had renamed as the Office of the Prime Minister and the Privy Council on June 21.He said the change reflected what he called the “deep pain”felt by indigenous communities over having the building named after Hector-Louis Langevin, a father of Confederation and an architect of the residential school system.last_img read more

August snowfall inspires surprise resignation along QuebecLabrador border

first_imgLABRADOR CITY, N.L. – The final day of August felt more like winter along the Quebec-Labrador border — it snowed.The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary tweeted photos of snow collecting along a highway in Labrador’s southwest corner near the Quebec border on Thursday night.The police force warned people to “slow down!” on the Trans-Labrador Highway because of slippery conditions.The photographs inspired a mix of shock and resignation on social media, including one Newfoundland woman who insisted they must be “fake news.”The rain and snow mixture was to end at about lunchtime Friday, but temperatures in Labrador West were forecast to remain unseasonably cool — only about 5 degrees.(VOCM, The Canadian Press)last_img read more

Judge dismisses opioid crisis lawsuits against drugmakers

first_imgHARTFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut judge has dismissed lawsuits against Purdue Pharma and two dozen other drug companies brought by 37 cities and towns in the state, which blame them for the opioid crisis and seek to recoup millions of dollars spent on emergency response and other services.Judge Thomas Moukawsher in Hartford Superior Court ruled Tuesday that the lawsuits were not allowed because they were not government enforcement actions, such as those filed under consumer protection and public health laws. Instead, the judge said the lawsuits were filed as “ordinary civil cases” seeking money damages for the “indirect harm” from the opioid crisis.“Their lawsuits can’t survive without proof that the people they are suing directly caused them the financial losses they seek to recoup,” Moukawsher wrote. “This puts the cities in the same position in claiming money as the brothers, sisters, friends, neighbours, and co-workers of addicts who say they have also indirectly suffered losses by the opioid crisis. That is to say — under long-established law — they have no claims at all.”Lawyers for several cities and towns said they were still reviewing the judge’s ruling Wednesday and appeals are being considered. Bridgeport, New Haven and Waterbury are among the plaintiffs.“I don’t think he reached the correct decision,” said New York lawyer Judith Scolnick, who is representing New Haven and New Britain. “It’s disappointing. We’re considering every option.”The ruling is believed to be the first to dismiss government lawsuits in recent rounds of litigation against opioid manufacturers. Last month, a federal judge in Ohio overseeing more than 1,400 lawsuits against drugmakers by local governments and other groups rejected requests by the companies to dismiss the claims.Purdue Pharma, the Stamford, Connecticut-based maker of the opioid painkiller OxyContin, said in a statement Wednesday that Moukawsher made the right decision.“We commend the judge for applying the law and concluding that opioid manufacturers cannot be legally responsible to cities for the indirect harms they claim they experienced as a result of the opioid crisis,” the statement said. “We share these communities’ concerns about the opioid crisis, and we remain committed to working collaboratively, bringing meaningful solutions forward to help address this public health challenge.”Like other drugmakers, Purdue Pharma has denied allegations in lawsuits that it used deceptive marketing to boost sales of its opioid painkiller, deceiving patients and doctors about the risks of opioids. Manufacturers are being blamed for helping fuel addiction and opioid overdose deaths.About 47,600 Americans died from drug overdoses involving opioids in 2017, a toll that has been rising for two decades, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Local, state and federal governments say they have been forced to pay for opioid addicts’ social and medical needs, including emergency response services, doses of overdose-reversal drugs and medical care for government employees.“As a result of Defendants’ false and misleading marketing,” one of the Connecticut lawsuits said, “the United States in general, and Connecticut municipalities in particular, are now experiencing an opioid-fueled public health epidemic of crisis proportions that is swamping the public health, safety, and administrative infrastructures of Connecticut municipalities.”Tuesday’s dismissal does not apply to a lawsuit against Purdue Pharma filed recently by the state of Connecticut in connection with the opioid crisis.Purdue Pharma has faced legal challenges before. The company, along with three of its executives, pleaded guilty in 2007 to federal charges and was ordered to pay more than $600 million in fines related to what was called intentional misrepresentations as to the addictiveness of OxyContin.The plea deal came only two days after the company agreed to pay $19.5 million to 26 states and the District of Columbia to settle complaints that it encouraged doctors to overprescribe OxyContin. The company did not admit wrongdoing in that settlement.Dave Collins, The Associated Presslast_img read more

Belarus leader says he wants closer ties to NATO

MINSK, Belarus — The president of Belarus, who was once dubbed Europe’s last dictator, says that he is eager for better ties with NATO in the light of talks about the price Russia charges to sell his country oil.Alexander Lukashenko, who spent a week with President Vladimir Putin in Russia earlier this year, said at a government session on Tuesday that his country should seek “relations with NATO based on mutual respect that would help strengthen our country’s security.”Lukashenko’s comments came amid ongoing talks with Russia over about $400 million that Belarus risks losing ever year after Russia announced a hike in oil prices for Belarus.Belarus’ ties with the European Union and NATO have been strained for years over a clampdown on civil rights and persecution of dissenters in the country.The Associated Press read more

Apple launches iPad Mini

by News Staff Posted Oct 23, 2012 3:17 pm MDT apple|ipad mini|mike yawney live blog|san francisco AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email <br /> Apple has sold 84 million iPads since their debut in April 2010. One of the first competitors to appear was a Samsung tablet with a 7-inch screen. SAN JOSE, Calif. – Apple has announced the iPad Mini. The device is 7.2 mm thin and weighs 0.68 pounds. The company also announced a 4th generation iPad, a new iMac in two sizes and a new version of iBooks. Both iPads will be on sale in Canada on Nov. 2. The mini will start at $329 for the 16 GB model. Apple launches iPad Mini Citytv’s technology specialist Mike Yawney live-blogged from the Apple event in San Jose, Calif. You can see his coverage below. read more

Buckeye baseball tops Toledo 92 for 15th win of the season

Redshirt-sophomore infielder L Grant Davis (right)​ secures first base during a game against Toledo on March 24 at Bill Davis Stadium. OSU won, 9-2. Credit: Stacie Jackson / Lantern photographerAfter a slow start in February, the Ohio State baseball team is surging through March.Balance across the field has continued to be the theme for the Buckeyes, as they tallied their 15th win of the season Tuesday afternoon with a 9-2 win against the Toledo Rockets at Bill Davis Stadium.  Freshman pitcher Jacob Niggemeyer started on the mound for the Buckeyes and picked up the win after giving up just two runs in 6.0 innings of work.The Rockets kept it close through five innings after initially taking a 1-0 lead in the first. But OSU tacked on six runs between the sixth, seventh and eighth innings to seal the win.“We got off to a slow start, but we finished really strong,” coach Greg Beals.The game shifted for the Buckeyes when junior Jake Post took the mound.“Once we went to the bullpen we really gained control of the ball game,” Beals said.Senior catcher Connor Sabanosh was quick to credit Post’s performance after he tossed 1.2 innings and gave up just one hit.“We always have faith in Jake, every time he comes in we feel like we are going to have a shutdown inning,” Sabanosh said. “Once he came in we really added on the last three innings. It allowed us (the field players) to settle and just play and let Jake do his thing.”The Buckeye offensive domination started in the bottom of the fourth with a home run by junior infielder Troy Kuhn.OSU continued to excel in the batters box with a couple two-out hits.“We got quality at-bats late in the game and got a lot of two out hits,” Beals said. “Those are big difference makers on the scoreboard, because you either get the two out hit and score the run or you don’t and the innings over.”The top of batting order has continued to be the offensive leader for the Buckeyes, working off the bats of Sabanosh and sophomore centerfielder Troy Montgomery. Montgomery has hits in 13-consecutive games and has reached base safely in 16-consecutive games, both being the sophomore’s career bests. Sabanosh has also reached base safely in 15-consecutive games.But the stats are not Sabanosh’s main concern, he said.“I try not to look at stats or anything. I know when I feel well and I try to just not think at all and play simple baseball,” Sabanosh said. “But it’s always nice to get a couple hits in a game.”Montgomery added that he too is not concerned with the stats, but more focused on doing his job to help the team win.“I’m the lead off hitter so anything I can do to get on base, maybe steal some bags and score a few runs then I feel like I’m doing my job,” Montgomery said.Even though Montgomery and Sabanosh are clicking consistently with their bats, the true success has come from the Buckeyes’ balance across the offense, Beals said.“All nine spots on our line up got a hit today and that makes it tough on a pitching staff, when you are able to get something all the way top to bottom in your lineup,” he said.OSU will look to continue their offensive momentum as they take on the Akron Zips on Wednesday at 5:05 p.m. read more

Priest shortage means no Sunday Mass in Irish village for first time

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. “Given the fewer number of priests, the convenient Mass may not necessarily be in their own parish, it may be within a church elsewhere in the area.”However, we have to look again at the opportunities that this presents to us to do things in a different way, but in a way that keeps our churches alive as places of praise and worship.”Father Brian D’Arcy, a priest from Northern Ireland, believes that reducing Masses is only going to result in closing churches permanently, adding: “Eventually it will come to closing churches if we keep on doing the same thing.”We have to understand that perhaps this was the problem they had in the acts of the Apostles in the old days and what did they do? They let each community choose their own priests.”The idea of compulsory celibacy, that a priest is living on his own, is dwindling and not meaningful to many people anymore.”It seems the laity are only involved in the tail end of it, they are not involved in the decision making, and until that happens, we won’t even begin to understand the problem.” Sunday Mass was not delivered in an Irish village for the first time in 1,500 years due to the shortage of Catholic priests. The Church of the Sacred Heart, in Boho, Co. Fermanagh, stands on the site of an early Christian monastery dating back to the sixth century.But two weeks ago the service was cancelled, as the local Diocese have been forced to alternate Mass between the church in Boho and another in Monea, a neighbouring rural village, every week.Parishioners were not consulted on the changes and many fear if will threaten people’s local identity. One man in his 90s, who has walked to church every Sunday in Boho, will now have to find a lift in order to go to Mass at another church.The situation is expected to get worse, local clergymen revealed, as the number of priests being ordained is failing to grow.Monsignor McGuiness, who holds a senior post in the Catholic Church, said that the situation had become critical and the church had to deal with the reality that the number of priests will reduce still further.He said: “It’s understandable that some people will find this very difficult and there will in some cases be almost a great sense of loss to people that the kinds of celebrations that there were in their churches previously may no longer be possible. read more

Russian ambassador to Ankara murdered

first_imgAndrey Karlov, Russian ambassador to Turkey has been shot dead while visiting an art exhibition in Ankara.The Russian official was shot in the back multiple times as he gave a speech at the art gallery by an off-duty police officer who shouted “Don’t forget Aleppo” and “Allahu Akbar” as he opened fire.The attacker, 22-year-old Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş, was in formal black tie attire and was captured by the press standing, alone behind the ambassador while he was addressing the guests.A man with a gun shouts inside the Ankara gallery as Russian ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov lies on the ground. Photo: AP“He took out his gun and shot the ambassador from behind. We saw him lying on the floor and then we ran out,” a witness, who asked not to be identified, told Reuters. “People took refuge in adjoining rooms as the shooting continued.”“We die in Aleppo, you die here. You will not taste security until our towns are secure. Do not forget about Syria and Aleppo. Whoever is part of it will get their punishment,” the assassin reportedly yelled before he got killed by security forces.According to a cameraman covering the event, the exchange of fire went on for several minutes before the gunman was shot.Mobile phone videos and snapshots that went viral show the ambassador lying on the floor among four other bodies of people who attended the art exhibition. The man behind Andrei Karlov is believed to have pulled out a gun seconds after this photo was taken. Photo: APMeanwhile, Russia has asked citizens to ignore Turkish announcements over the shooting and wait for Kremlin’s official stance. Vladimir Putin’s first statement, vowing to wage war on terror has spurred fears for more turmoil in the area as Russia and Turkey, have both intervened militarily in Syria and are on opposite sides of the conflict. Russia’s support towards Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s powers has enraged Turkey that has allied with rebel powers seeking to overturn Assad.The attacker’s act has been linked to the failed July coup in Turkey and the purging of police forces that were said to stand beside US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen. This unofficial, but popular allegation might cause further tensions between Turkey and the United States as Turkish government pushes for Gulen’s expedition. Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after the Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov’s assassination earlier on Monday. Photo: APErdogan claims Gulen created a “parallel network” in the police, military, judiciary and civil service aimed at overthrowing the state.Moreover, gunshots near the US. Embassy in Ankara and the State Department have also been reported and Americans have been warned to avoid the area.The shooting incident raises concerns about the Turkish police force currently being purged after Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

One hurt one arrested in Ridgefield shooting

first_imgA woman was injured Saturday when she was shot in a Ridgefield apartment, according to the Ridgefield Police Department. The suspect in the case turned himself in.The shooting was reported about 2:20 p.m. by a man who told 911 dispatchers he had shot the woman and walked to the Ridgefield Police Department to turn himself in. When he found no one there, he called 911, according to Ridgefield Police Chief John Brooks.Brooks said deputies from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office responded and took the man into custody without incident as other units responded to the shooting scene, an apartment house at 942 Simons Street, according to dispatch records.Emergency responders found a woman inside who had been shot in the leg. She was transported to a hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening.The names of those involved were not released Saturday.Brooks said Clark County Major Crimes has been called in to investigate.last_img read more

Publix employees plant vegetable garden to celebrate Publix Serves Day World Autism

first_img Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – Publix associates volunteered to plant a vegetable and herb garden in celebration of both Publix Serves Day and World Autism Day.Volunteers from Publix teamed up with Marino students and The Dan Marino Foundation’s staff to plant the garden at the Broward Marino Campus, located near Northeast Fourth Street and North Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.The event started at 9 a.m. on Tuesday and continued until 3 p.m.The Publix Serves program was launched in 2015 to unite associates in community service.Over 7,500 Publix associates across seven states participated in Publix Serves Day, volunteering at more than 180 nonprofit organizations.“For 27 years Publix has been a valued partner with our Foundation,” said Dan Marino, chairman of The Dan Marino Foundation. “Having Publix associates working alongside Marino Campus students as part of Publix Serves Day is just one example of how Publix continues to support the needs of children and young adults with Autism.”last_img read more

SCHOOL COMMITTEE RACE QA Samaha Newhouse Fennelly Discuss School Start Time Changes

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Jesse Fennelly, Jay Samaha, and incumbent Jo Newhouse are running for the three seats up for grabs in this year’s School Committee race.Despite running unopposed, Wilmington Apple felt it was important for readers to get to know the candidates a bit more. Wilmington Apple is asking the candidates weekly questions leading up to the April 27 Town Election.This week’s question: Superintendent Brand recently presented the School Committee with a plan to evaluate and potentially change the current start times at Wilmington Schools. A Start Time Committee will be formed next school year and issue a report to the School Committee next spring. Without the benefit of that report — at the onset of the discussion — do you support earlier start times for our younger students and later start times for our Middle School & High School students? Why or why not?Below are the candidates’ responses, in their own words:Jesse FennellyI’m pleased to see that Dr. Brand and the School Committee are beginning this discussion. Without seeing the report, and understanding there are a number of variables that will need to be weighed and considered, tentatively I am inclined to support this initiative. Research has shown that moving the start time back for middle and high school students can have positive impacts in all aspects of those students’ lives. The additional sleep in the morning is beneficial for both mental and physical health as well as learning during school hours. However, there are still many factors which I think play an important role in this discussion and, ultimately, if I would support this change or not.First, how will the new start times impact those at lower grade levels? While the change in times could have a positive effect on middle and high school students, would it have a negative effect on younger students starting their day earlier? Is there support in the community? I understand that it is likely that we would ever come to a unanimous consensus on something like this, but is there enough support from parents who will also have to change their schedules to make this change work? How will this change impact WPS as it relates to other school districts in the area? We are fortunate to have a robust extracurricular program in Wilmington. However, if we change school start/end times, will this have a negative impact on our ability to participate in things like sports programs?As I said, I think on the surface this is a good idea. I am pleased that we as a community are at least having the conversation. I am inclined to be supportive of this idea, without the benefit of seeing the report, as there continues to be evidence and research supporting this. That said, my hope would be, as a candidate and a potential school committee member in the next school year, that the report looks at all scenarios and variables and presents a well thought out, comprehensive plan. I look forward to reading it!Jesse FennellyJo Newhouse (Incumbent)As a starting point, I agree with Dr. Brand’s timeline, so the district can adequately research all of its options and any impacts our district and families may face with these changes. It is important to have all information to be able to make the best decision for our students and the district as a whole.Without yet having the benefit of this research, at the onset I am leaning towards supporting later start times for our Middle and High School students. There are a number of studies that show the importance of sleep for adolescents. As a nation we are seeing an increase of social and emotional needs in adolescents and according to the National Sleep Foundation, sleep deprivation is a chronic health issue facing our teens today. With sleep deprivation, many adolescents face emotional and behavioral issues, health issues and lower performance across many aspects of their lives. I am not sure I support earlier start times for the younger students at this time, as I would like to see more information. Obviously, we need to weigh the benefits of all potential changes against any adverse impacts that they would have on students, families and the overall administration of the district.Jo NewhouseJay SamahaI support later start times for Middle School and High School students. Typically the trade-off with later start times for older students is earlier start times for younger students. At this point in the process, however, it is unclear that this trade-off is what must happen in the Wilmington Public Schools. This is a difficult and impactful issue that involves many factors including a possible increase in the budget, disruption to family schedules, interference in after school activities, changes to the CARES program, shifts in when and how many busses will be needed, and overwhelming evidence that supports later start times for teenagers.At first pass it is might be easy to say, “Hey, I get up early every morning, my kid can too!” or “ the Middle and High Schools have had early start times for years and we’ve made it work for my family so why change?” I, too, used to think this way. However when you delve into the research it becomes clear that this isn’t just a case of lazy teenagers–sleep deprivation in young people is a health crisis. For over twenty years study after study has shown that teenagers who do not get enough sleep are more likely to be overweight, suffer from depression, participate in risky behaviors such as drinking, smoking, and doing drugs, and have lower grades. In fact, I have been unable to find any research that has found that early start times are not impacting our young people negatively. One study in particular conducted by Brown University tracked a group of students who shifted from an 8:30 start time to a 7:20 start time in the transition between 8th grade and 9th grade. This study found that close to half of the participants had sleep patterns similar to those who suffer from narcolepsy even though they did not have it. In addition, not one of the students in the study made an optimal adjustment and got 8.25 hours of sleep. Many studies have looked at the biorhythms of young people and found that their internal clocks are set up for staying up later and sleeping later. The Academy of Pediatrics has recommended middle and high schools start at 8:30 am. The Centers for Disease Control have recommended that school officials learn more about the research connecting sleep and school start times and recognize that good sleep hygiene in combination with later school start times will enable adolescents to be healthier and better academic achievers.After taking a look at study after study after study I have concluded that it would be negligent on the part of the School Committee to not pursue later school start times for our Middle and High Schools. However, when thinking practically about this, we need to make sure that the steps we take are the right ones for our students, families, and community. Dr. Brand’s overview of the process is measured and intelligent. Any changes to start times would not be in effect until 2021 at the earliest. I am interested in hearing what the School Start Time committee finds. Many surrounding districts have made shifts to later start times and I am curious about how they have impacted these communities.I am a teacher in the Boston Public Schools and the decision to shift to later school start times was made without the support of the community. Boston’s plan to shift caused such an outcry that they quickly abandoned the plan. This is clearly NOT the way Wilmington should handle things. We need to educate our friends and neighbors about the impact of poor sleeping habits. As parents we need to discuss these impacts with our children. We need to set limits about late night video games and social media use. We need to be aware of the sleep patterns of our teens. We need to be in this together for the health of our community.Jay SamahaLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? 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No notch no hole Samsungs A90 gets perfect display even Galaxy S10

first_img Close Samsung has a variety of smartphones with different designs and display makes a huge part of that. The company has already shown different Infinity display designs, namely Infinity-O with a punch-hole display, Infinity-V with V-shaped notch and Infinity-U with U-shaped notch. But the best one is yet to arrive.Samsung accidentally revealed the design of its upcoming smartphone in its popular A-series, dubbed as Galaxy A90, which will boast a display like no other smartphone in the company’s portfolio. Samsung Galaxy A90, as shown on Samsung Indonesia’s microsite, gets a flawless Notchless Infinity display – with no hole or notch.”All screen and no bezel. The maxed out Notchless Infinity screen gives you the sharpest details, depth, and true-to-life colours for a super immersive experience. Whether you’re into games, sharing photos, or just kicking back watching some flicks, the ultra-vibrant Super AMOLED screen makes all your media come to life,” the description on Samsung website reads, reported. Samsung Galaxy A90 tipped onlineGalaxyClub.nlWithout any notch or hole in the display, Samsung is left with the only option of a pop-up selfie camera. This will make Galaxy A90 Samsung’s first ever smartphone with such a design, although not the first in the industry as brands like Vivo, Oppo and others have called dibs on it.Samsung’s accidental leak did not reveal further details about the Galaxy A90, but reports have indicated that the Galaxy A90 would feature an in-display fingerprint scanner, Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset, 6GB or 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Other details of the Galaxy A90 were also tipped online, suggesting a 6.41-inch display and a smaller battery than the Galaxy A50’s 4,000mAh unit. Samsung Galaxy A8s is shown hereSamsung China (screen-grab)Samsung has confirmed that it will be hosting press events in multiple events on April 10. At the event, the Galaxy A-series portfolio is going to be expanded with several models, including Galaxy A90, Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70. Stay tuned for updates. IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:05/0:42Loaded: 0%0:06Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-0:36?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading …center_img Samsung Galaxy A8 Star, features and specifications last_img read more

Former Standout Alicja Wolny Selected to Great Britain National Team

first_img“It has been great being part of the softball community with coaching and giving lessons but there is nothing like playing,” said Wolny. “Getting the opportunity to be back on the field to represent Great Britain again is an honor. When I heard softball was back in the Olympics. I knew if I was given the chance I was going to try and make the team.” Former University of Louisville softball standout Alicja Wolny was recently named to the Great Britain national team and will compete in the European Women’s Championship in late June.  Print Friendly Version Story Links “With being away from the field for so long I have a different appreciation for the game,” said Wolny. “The passion I have this time around is different than before. When you don’t have something for a while and finally get to have it back, you just see things in a different way. I am excited to travel again overseas and getting the chance to play in the 2020 Olympics is a dream come true.” The El Dorado Hills, Calif. native played for Louisville from 2010-13 and was a 2013 NFCA second team all-America selection after leading the Cardinals with a .423 batting average. The first baseman belted out 11 home runs, scored 42 runs and tallied 55 RBIs during her senior season – that mark currently stands second on Louisville’s all-time single-season list.center_img Wolny is a two-time All-Great Lakes Region first team member and four-time All-BIG EAST Conference selection. The four-year starter is still ranked among Louisville’s top five in all-time batting average, slugging percentage, hits, doubles, RBI and walks, games played and started. The European Championship, which will be held in the Czech Republic and Poland, marks the start of Great Britain’s attempt to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The top six finishers in that tournament will advance to the Europe/Africa Olympic Qualifier which will be held in the Netherlands July 23-28. Wolny, whose mother is a native of England, is entering her second stint with the Great Britain National Team – she was initially selected in 2013 following the complete of her career at Louisville. In her first stint with the Great Britain National Team, Wolny has played in two tournaments: the 2013 European Championships and the ISF Women’s World Championships.last_img read more

Best Nerdy Fitness Gear to Rep Your Fandom at the Gym

first_img Nike x ‘Stranger Things’ Is Back With an Upside Down-Inspire…Here’s a Closer Look at the Nike Kyrie 5 SpongeBob Pack Stay on target It’s 2018 and we’re stoked to say that the stereotype of sci-fi and comic book fans being scrawny dweebs has long since passed. These days fitness is for everyone, whether you have a regular DnD group or not. It may have taken a while but the fitness industry has finally caught up, and now there’s a ton of great gear out there to help you fly your geek flag while pumping iron — and gear that flies that flag for you. Plus, rocking an All Might tank is a nice incentive to really push yourself to be the best you can be at the gym.That said, geeky fitness gear doesn’t begin and end with a punny tank top that has like, Darth Vader yelling “I AM YOUR SPOTTER” on it. There’s a ton of great fitness wear that goes a little more outside of the box in repping your nerdier side available now. We’ve scoured the internet for the best of it and found these gems that are sure to make for a workout that necessitates your gym blasting Alan Silvestri’s Avengers theme over the sound system.Onnit Star WarsPhoto Credit: OnnitGreat workouts start with great gear. Yeah, you could go get a pair of boring dumbbells from Target and get your pump on that way, but why not go a little outside your comfort zone while simultaneously staying in it? Fitness/supplement giant Onnit has made this easy. For starters, there’s their Star Wars line. Featuring kettlebells (there’s no workout like a kettlebell workout) in the shape of Boba Fett, Darth Vader, and a Stormtrooper as well as a Death Star medicine ball, it’s a great way to get Jedi levels of fit.Buy it at Onnit.comOnnit MarvelPhoto Credit: OnnitIf Star Wars isn’t your preference, don’t fret. Onnit’s Marvel line is also filled with great picks like an Iron Man kettlebell and Captain America weight plates. The most unique item? Spider-Man battle ropes. Battle ropes are a great (and functional!) way to get your arms toned and these come in a fun Spidey color scheme. If you ask us, there’s no better way to get superhero fit than with superhero gear.Buy it at Onnit.comSuperhero Compression ShirtsPhoto Credit: IAmSuperhero.comWorking out in tee shirts and tank tops is fine but honestly, cotton tees aren’t the best material to work out in. Compression shirts, however, have two nifty benefits. One, the material they’re made of is a sweat-wicking one that prevents chafing. Two, the shirts’ compression increases blood flow. There’s a third bonus if you check out the myriad of awesome superhero compression shirts available online. Most are designed to mimic actual superhero outfits so you can literally low-key cosplay as Spider-Man while hitting the gym. It’s a great way to give your workout an extra edge while simultaneously unleashing your inner superhero.Buy it at IAmSuperhero.comProject Rock 1Photo Credit: Under ArmourEveryone loves The Rock. It’s a law of nature. And while his appeal certainly stretches beyond the realm of traditional geekdom, he’s got one foot firmly planted in nerd culture whether he likes it or not. The most impressively fit man on the planet has an entire line of workout gear from Under Armour and while some of it may be a bit aggressive for most (PROGRESS THROUGH PAIN is admittedly a little on-the-nose) we can’t say enough great things about his signature workout shoe, the Project Rock 1. It’s designed to suit any and all workouts, with a thick heel to keep your feet planted while lifting weights and great ankle support to help stability. The shoes are also emblazoned with a big ol’ bull logo on the back, and much like your favorite superhero tee, it’s hard to not feel invincible in the gym knowing you’re wearing the same shoes as The Most Electrifying Man in All Of Entertainment.Buy it at UnderArmour.comRoots of Fight WrestlingPhoto Credit: Roots of WrestlingWe love pro wrestling and we love pro wrestling gear but let’s face it: sometimes, said wrestling gear is designed about as well as that posterboard sign your dad made to hold up at a Jimmy Buffet concert. Want to rep some all-time great wrestlers in gear that looks just as good at the gym as it does on the street? Check out Roots of Fight’s Wrestling lineup. Featuring Bret Hart, Andre the Giant, and Rey Mysterio (with more likely to come in the future), it draws inspiration from vintage design. There are tank tops, tees, sweatshirts, and sweat shorts available now, all of which will make for a great workout. A great pro wrestling match may be second only to a new Marvel movie when it comes to fueling fitness inspiration so Roots of Fight Wrestling is a great way to keep that inspiration going.Buy it at RootsofFight.comAmazonian LeggingsPhoto Credit: ThinkGeekMuch like compression shirts, leggings are a great way to encourage blood flow while also rocking something a little more stylish than an old pair of sweatpants. While our friends at ThinkGeek have a ton of great nerd-tastic leggings, we think the Wonder Woman pair is pretty top notch. It’s hard to feel more invincible than you do when wearing Diana of Themyscira’s emblem. Leg day is no match for you when you’re rocking these.Buy it at ThinkGeek.comMarvel/AdidasPhoto Credit: AdidasAt the end of the day, you just wanna throw on a cool superhero shirt and head to the gym without overthinking the way you’re repping your fandom. There are thousands of algorithm-generated nerd fitness tees out there and there’s nothing wrong with finding one you like and sticking with it. Still, if you want to go the extra mile, Adidas has a couple of pretty rad Marvel tees featuring characters like Iron Man and Black Panther. If you want to add a stylish edge to your superhero nerddom at the gym, you can’t go wrong with these.Buy it at Adidas.comMore on Sneakers Your Favorite Superhero Would WearThese Dragon Ball Z x Adidas Kamanda “Majin Buu” Sneakers Are Actually Pretty DopeMost Responsible and Powerful Spider-Man Toyslast_img read more

10 important unanswered questions about the Xbox One

first_imgEveryone should understand that Microsoft couldn’t reveal every single detail regarding the new Xbox yesterday — confusingly called the Xbox One — or else it wouldn’t have anything left with which to impress the media at E3 in less than a month. Though Microsoft answered some important questions, like Lost, they generated a wealth of new ones.Where are the games?The biggest (and only) bomb of the conference was that a live-action Halo TV series is in the works. There isn’t much information about it, but there you go. We saw clips of run-of-the-mill, inevitable EA Sports franchises, such as FIFA, Madden, and NBA Live, as well as Call of Duty: Ghosts, a game that was announced around a month ago. We did see a short clip of a new game by Max Payne developer Remedy, Quantum Break, but only got a glimpse of a boat crashing through a bridge. Microsoft most likely didn’t announce too many games so it’ll have some bombs for E3 in a few weeks.As Twitter’s reaction conveyed, avoiding the games was a bad move. Microsoft probably felt we know a games consoles will have games, so it chose to focus on the features we don’t normally expect a games console to have. It, however, seems to have backfired now that everyone is up-in-arms about the lack of titles.How does the live TV work?The conference didn’t explain the specifics of the television features, which if you watched the conference, might’ve noticed was the dominating topic. The Xbox One does not seem to have some kind of TV card, like your buddy who uploads pirated TV shows to The Pirate Bay does. Instead, it has an HDMI pass-through, which can be hooked up to a cable box or satellite. This means that you’ll still need some kind of cable hookup in your home, rather than just, for example, downloading a fancy app on your Xbox One that streams cable TV. The One will be able to generate information overlays on live TV, but not because the Xbox is now a cable box.Why is the HDD only 500GB if the One has mandatory game installs?The rumor of mandatory game installs turned out to be true, but since that’s the case, a 500GB hard drive is certainly not large enough to hold a console generation’s worth of Blu-ray-sized games. As anyone with an original 20GB or 60GB PS3 has experienced, DLC alone causes an avid gamer to run out of space quickly enough. A single-layer Blu-ray holds 25GB, while a dual-layer disc holds twice that. Assuming next-gen games are larger than they are this gen, you can only install 10 full dual-layer games on that 500GB HDD. The solution is that, much like the aforementioned 20GB and 60GB PS3 models, Microsoft will likely offer various models, and perhaps separate, larger hard drives.Will the Xbox One allow used games?One of the rumors that went hand-in-hand with the mandatory game installs was answered by Microsoft itself, but employs some seriously murky language.  Microsoft said that it has designing the Xbox One to allow gamers to trade in and resell games, but stated that details are forthcoming. If the console allowed users to resell and trade in games like the current generation does, then we wouldn’t need anymore details, as a simple “yep” would take care of it. Considering the console requires mandatory installs that only work for one Xbox Live account, and thus will also be able to identify multiple game IDs, it’s entirely possible Microsoft will charge some kind of used games activation fee. As the company said, details are forthcoming.What’s the operating system like?We only got a few glimpses of the One’s operating system during the Kinect demonstration, but all that showed was that it’ll continue the 360’s trend of tiled, differently-sized boxes. Wired reports that the Xbox One will run three separate operating systems. The first — the Host — will be tiny, and used to boot the console, as well as the other two OSes. The second two, the Shared and Exclusive, will run the non-gaming content and the gaming content, respectively. As for how the OS will look across the board, some combination between the Xbox 360’s square-heavy interface, and Windows 8’s square-heavy interface is a good bet.Next page: Social features, price, release date, and more 1 2last_img read more

Astrology tips to follow before getting hitched

first_imgCompatibility between partners is a very significant point to consider before taking the plunge into marriage. To avoid broken marriages, check the zodiac signs and choose the right astrology advisors, says an expert.Matchmaking Vedic Astrology has gained prominence lately as it offers various tools and remedies for promoting happy, prosperous and stable marriages.The matchmaking astrology essentially deals with flawless and scrupulous matching of the birth horoscopes of the two concerned persons.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Guna Milan, Manglik analysis, analysis of other Doshas and Yogas etc  are some of the time-tested methods of astrology through which it provides its recommendation to be followed before finalising any matrimonial alliance.Here are some tips by Punit Pandey, an expert at astrology site, for a blissful married life: * Apart from zodiac signs, compatibility of several other elements is essential: Zodiac signs consist of only one aspect of Guna Milan or Vedic method of horoscope matching. Zodiac signs may indicate about basic inclinations and tendencies, but several other factors like birth chart and Dasha are required to be considered before predicting anything with greater certainty during the course of match-making for marriage. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix* Key points to consider while horoscope matching of the prospective couples: According to Ashtakoota system, there are eight different aspects that are judged during the matchmaking which include mental compatibility, sexual compatibility, understanding and behaviour. As per Vedic Astrology, all these aspects should be compatible for a peaceful, promising and enjoyable married life. All these different aspects hold different points summing up to 36 and minimum points required for an agreeable marriage to take place is 18. * Choosing the right astrology advisorsMarriage is an important milestone in one’s life and so, it should be done with proper understanding. The most pivotal thing to take care about is proper calculations and in-depth analysis. If these two things are taken care of, a good life is almost assured.last_img read more

Bad Phone Connection Led Doctor to Inject Teenage Girl with Parrots Blood

first_imgOn January 26, 1931, a physician at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Joliet, Illinois, injected a 15-year-old girl with parrot’s blood. This story, which appeared in the Sunday edition of the San Bernardino Sun, reported that the patient, Lilian Fisher, was “going to recover because of, or perhaps, in spite the blood of a parrot which was injected into her veins by mistake.” As it turns out, the mishap had less to do with the doctor’s medical knowledge and more to do with a simple, yet bizarre, miscommunication.A TEM micrograph of poliovirus.According to the story, Lilian Fisher was suffering from “Infantile Paralysis,” and admitted to St. Joseph’s Hospital for treatment. The Mayo Clinic defines Infantile Paralysis as the once commonly used name for what modern medicine now calls Polio.Polio is a highly contagious disease which causes severe nerve damage. The nerve damage causes paralysis, and in time becomes so bad the patient is no longer able to breathe and can, as a result, die from the symptoms.Dracunculiasis and Poliomyelitis cases per year. Photo by Anxietycello CC BY-SA 4.0Thanks to modern vaccinations, there has not been a natural case of Polio in the United States since 1979. However, in 1931, the disease was much more common and used to be treated with blood transfusions.So when Lilian Fisher’s doctor, who was unnamed in the article, realized that Lilian required a blood transfusion, he quickly phoned Dr. George Howitt Weaver at Durand Hospital in Chicago for advice. Dr. Weaver’s recommendation was simple: “Use her parent’s blood.” However, this is not what Lilian’s physician heard.The patient’s family physician called a nearby hospital for advice and misheard “parent’s blood” as “parrot’s blood”After hanging up the phone, he searched frantically for a parrot, which he found and put under anesthetic. He then drew five cubic centimeters of blood from its heart and injected it into Lilian Fisher via intermuscular injection.After realizing his mistake, Lilian’s physician blamed the interspecies blood transfusion on a “bad phone connection.” Dr. Weaver had said “parent’s blood,” but Lilian’s physician had heard “parrot’s blood.”Pet Parrot Creates Bizarre Shopping List On Owner’s DeviceBy the time the story was written and published, Lilian and the parrot were reported to be on their way to recovery. Thankfully, neither doctor claimed that her improved condition had anything to do with the parrot’s blood.Both the parrot and Lillian recovered fastInstead, when Dr. Weaver found out about the mishap, he claimed that her recovery was “not likely to have resulted from the injection.” He also claimed that the transfusion should not have any negative long-term effects.Before the 20th Century, very little was known about Polio. According to the Journal of Epidemiology, the disease devastated Europe during the 19th Century, but doctors knew nothing about its cause.An Egyptian stele thought to represent a polio victim, 18th Dynasty (1403–1365 BC). Photo by Fixi CC BY-SA 3.0In the summer of 1894, the first polio epidemic hit the United States, where 132 total cases were reported in the State of Vermont. Twelve years later, two Austrian physicians, Karl Landsteiner and E. Popper, finally discovered poliovirus as the cause. While this was the start of research into a cure, prevention and treatment would not become available until 1971.In 1916, tens of thousands of cases were reported in the United States, with over 9,000 cases in New York City alone. In 1929, Physician Peter Drinker developed the iron lung, which aided Polio victims in respiration. However, the contraption was expensive and often imprisoned polio patients in its coffin-like structure for life.Read another story from us: Depiction of a cockatoo on 13th Century Vatican Manuscript rewrites medieval trade route historyThankfully, today, polio is easily prevented by vaccinations. But it still affects children and adults in Africa and in parts of Asia where vaccinations are not widely available.last_img read more

AIME scoops MEA National Exhibition of the Year Award fo

first_img<a href=”” target=”_blank”><img src=”;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Reed Travel Exhibitions and the Melbourne Convention + Visitors Bureau (MCVB) have won the prestigious ‘Exhibition of the Year’ award for the 2009 Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo (AIME) for the second consecutive year. The award was presented at the 2010 Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) National Awards Night held last night at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and was accepted by Ms Rosemarie Sama, AIME’s event director and Ms Sandra Chipchase, MCVB’s CEO. AIME is the premier event in the region and the largest exhibition in Australia for the business events industry held annually at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, established and owned by the MCVB and organised by Reed Travel Exhibitions. The award is designed to recognise the effort required to successfully plan, organise and manage an exhibition. The exhibition must be multifaceted in its approach and achieve its objectives, through the efficient use of resources, innovation and creativity. Ms Sandra Chipchase, MCVB’s CEO, said:        “After 18 years, AIME continues to set new benchmarks.  From achieving record attendance each year, attracting new exhibitors from around the world and delivering excellent networking events, AIME is still the must-attend event for buyers and sellers,” said Ms Sandra Chipchase, MCVB’s CEO.“We thank the Reed Travel Exhibitions team for their commitment to growing our award-winning event, and we look forward to continuing this successful partnership.”  Ms Rosemarie Sama, AIME’s event director, said the event was going from strength to strength each year.“Accolades like this further cement AIME as the region’s premier meetings and incentives event and continues to raise the profile of Melbourne and Australia in the global marketplace for the business events industry,” AIME’s event director, Ms Rosemarie Sama said. “I am also delighted that Leigh Harry, MCEC’s CEO, one of AIME’s strongest supporters and longest standing sponsors was awarded with the Outstanding Contribution Award, a testament to his commitment and passion for our industry. Source = AIMEcenter_img “AIME’s award-winning success is made possible by the ongoing support of the business events industry including MEA members, all of AIME’s loyal exhibitors and event sponsors and the AIME team – thank you.”AIME 2011 will be held from 15-16 February at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.last_img read more

Sleepless Peyia residents hope for dog law soon

first_imgBy Bejay BrownePAPHOS officials hope that a law to punish owners of dogs which bark uncontrollably will be passed by parliament before the summer recess.“The amendment is only two pages and it’s not a difficult task, so I am optimistic. If not, it will be in the autumn,” said Green party MP, Charalambous Theopemptou.A new bill which covers all areas of dog ownership aims to limit the number of dogs permitted to be kept at home, ensure microchipping of all canines, address their living conditions and implement strict rules for dangerous breeds. It also provides for heavy fines and quicker enforcement for owners breaking the law.But Theopemptou warned that the new law is not a solution, just one part of a wider issue.“We will still have a problem with stray dogs and perhaps dog barking. What is needed is a comprehensive neutering campaign and a plan to educate on stray dogs and cats; understanding of animal welfare needs to be far reaching,” he said.Mayor of Polis Chrysochous, Giotis Papachristofi said that residents should be able to live in a peaceful area and that the new laws will help to go some way as acting as a deterrent.“We have to be able to give stricter penalties,” he said.Health inspector of Geroskipou municipality, Marios Nikitta, himself a dog owner, said that although his municipality does what it can to eradicate incessant dog barking, the new law needs to be brought in straight away.“We, as municipalities, need more power and have the option to deal with dog owners more strictly,” he said.Nikkita said that currently municipalities can hand out fines in a number of instances, but he believes that an increase in the list of points for which municipalities may issue fines would be a great help.“Nearly every house in Cyprus has one or more dogs and many people are not complying with the law or using common sense.”In Peyia, complaints over nuisance dog barking are particularly high and the new mayor and council have been taking a proactive approach to tackling the issue, according to Peyia resident, David Reiling.“I know of holidaymakers that have complained that the disturbance from dog barking has ruined their holiday and said that they wouldn’t return. I also know of other residents that have had to move because of the problem.”Reiling is one of them. He moved after his complaints of the incessant barking of around 20 hunting dogs nearby went unanswered.“I had to move and I was lucky as I am renting. On one side there were 14 hunting dogs and the other side eight. It’s not their fault, as they were caged all day long in the searing heat,” he said.Reiling said the new mayor, Marinos Lambrou, is making concerted efforts to deal with the issue.“He is making approaches to ensure that the dog warden is doing his job properly,” he said.Reiling has more than 20 current and separate complaints about nuisance dog barking, but said that around half complainants wouldn’t proceed, as they don’t want their identities to be revealed.He stressed that the dog-related problems are caused by residents of all nationalities including the British and Cypriots.One English Cypriot resident, who did not want to be named, said that many people in the area generally leave their dogs chained up outside or caged. She said this causes the animals to bark all day and all night long, which has caused her and her neighbours many sleepless nights.“Owners don’t want to keep them in the house because of fur shedding or in case they destroy the furniture or soil inside. Some hunting dogs are purposefully kept outside and isolated and hungry. But dogs are sociable, they need interaction and stimulation,” she said.“I have a problem in my street with a man that has four dogs chained up outside, they bark all of the time and the yard smells, but I am scared to go to the police or complain, as he may poison or hurt my animals or harm me or my property.”Lindsay Cowie, a well-known dog behaviourist, trainer and owner of Cyprus-based, K9 solutions, said that nearly all problems associated with dog barking are fixable and common sense.“Dogs bark as a natural way to communicate, but the excessive barking we see in Cyprus is not normal. The dogs that bark for long periods of time are generally alone in cages, or tied up. They are stressed, lonely and bored,” she said. “These are learned behaviours, which can generally be sorted out.”Cowie said that mostly the problem is not the dogs, but the owners.“Most dogs can be rehabilitated but each one has to have an individual approach to the process and I have to find out why they are barking incessantly.”You May LikeClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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