Rihanna And UNICEF Are There For The Philippines

first_imgUNICEF today launched a new campaign—”There for the Philippines”—to support the immediate and long-term relief efforts for children and families whose lives were upended by Super Typhoon Haiyan.UNICEF Supporter Rihanna helped kick-off the campaign and raise awareness of UNICEF’s work in the Philippines via social media. She also made a $100,000 donation to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. WNBA’s Skylar Diggins, MLB star Robinson Cano and actress Vanessa Hudgens are also participating.“We are incredibly grateful for the outpouring of support shown during this crisis,” said Caryl Stern, President and CEO of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. “The effects of the strongest storm to make landfall have been devastating and the rebuilding process will not happen overnight. UNICEF will be there for as long as it takes to help children and families to recover.”“Emergencies make headlines, but the recovery continues long after the news cameras leave,” said Rihanna. “Having been a fan and supporter of UNICEF’s work over the years, I am honored to join them in helping children who have been impacted by Typhoon Haiyan. More than five million kids in the Philippines need our help. UNICEF is there for them today, and for the long road ahead, and so am I.”The digital “There for the Philippines” campaign asks people to assist UNICEF’s relief efforts by donating funds and sharing the message of the needs of vulnerable children in the hard-hit areas. Participants can change their Facebook profile picture or tweet messages of support.With nearly 13 million people — including 5.5 million children — affected by Super Typhoon Haiyan, UNICEF is rushing lifesaving emergency supplies to the region, including essential medicines, nutrition, safe water and hygiene supplies. UNICEF is also working to reunite children with their families and is setting up safe, protected spaces where children can play, continue their education and resume a sense of normalcy.To donate or participate in “There for the Philippines,” click here.last_img read more

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Stratford Festival explores painful chapter of Canadas past in The Komagata Maru

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Advertisement Twitter Written by Sharon Pollock, the play is based on the 1914 incident involving 376 passengers, nearly all Sikhs, travelling aboard the Japanese steamship Komagata Maru.The Indian immigrants arrived off the coast of B.C., only to be denied entry into Vancouver, which at the time was the country’s most diverse city. Immigration regulations back then required migrants to arrive in Canada directly from their country of origin — a journey that was virtually impossible in 1914.With the exception of 20 passengers who had previously lived in Canada, officials refused to allow the Indian immigrants in, even though they were British subjects just like every other Canadian at the time. The vessel returned to India, where 19 of the passengers were killed in a skirmish with British authorities and dozens of others were imprisoned or forced into hiding.The Komagata Maru was forced to return to India, where some of the passengers were killed in a clash with police.The Canadian and B.C. governments have both issued formal apologies for the incident.The Indian-born, Canadian-raised Ahluwalia was a 19-year-old university student when she first learned of the Komagata Maru. The vocalist and composer revisited the story a few years ago when she composed a song for Alik Khazni’s Continuous Journey, an award-winning documentary about the incident.In the play, she portrays The Woman, serving as the voice for the people aboard the steamship.Actress Kiran Ahluwalia sits for a portrait at the Avon Theatre during a June rehearsal for The Komagata Maru Incident, in Stratford, Ont. (Hannah Yoon/The Canadian Press)Actress Kiran Ahluwalia sits for a portrait at the Avon Theatre during a June rehearsal for The Komagata Maru Incident, in Stratford, Ont. (Hannah Yoon/The Canadian Press)Ahluwalia was asked by the director to compose lyrics in Punjabi and the melody based on a Punjabi fable that mirrors the storyline.“Parts of this song are interspersed throughout the play,” she said. “It’s one song, but it has different arcs and different emotions in it as it runs through the play.”Indigenous actress and playwright Quelemia Sparrow makes her Stratford debut as T.S., playing the role of a master of ceremonies.“I just think it’s so important to have that presence in the piece, with the 150-year birthday for Canada, that we’re acknowledging the First Peoples of this land, and that we’ve been on this land for thousands and thousands of years,” said Sparrow, who is from Vancouver and a member of the Musqueam Nation. “I was saying to Keira… that on some level my presence in the piece is like I’m welcoming her people to the land in the way they should have been welcome.”The Komagata Maru Incident is onstage at Stratford’s Studio Theatre until Sept. 24. Advertisementcenter_img Login/Register With: Advertisement Actress Quelemia Sparrow sits for a portrait at the Avon Theatre during a June rehearsal for The Komagata Maru Incident, in Stratford, Ont. (Hannah Yoon/The Canadian Press) The Stratford Festival is revisiting a painful chapter in Canada’s history with The Komagata Maru Incident, but the show’s stars say it is vital to continue addressing the issues at the core of the century-old story.“I’m super excited that Stratford decided to tell this story because it is such an important story, and a lot of minority histories in Canada are forgotten — not just in Canada but the world over,” said Juno Award-winning artist Kiran Ahluwalia, who is making her debut at the festival.“It’s a wonderful recognition that this is part of Canadian history.”last_img read more

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BELL MEDIA CONFIRMS 70 ORIGINAL PRODUCTIONS FOR 20192020 SEASON

first_imgTransplant LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment TORONTO, June 5, 2019 – In advance of tomorrow’s #CTVUpfront, Bell Media confirmed today its first wave of new and returning original entertainment programming for the 2019/20 season. With 31 new original programs announced to date, and more to be confirmed in the coming days and weeks, a total of 70 original English-language programs will be produced in the coming season in partnership with independent production companies and in-house at Bell Media Studios.“Bell Media and our talented development and production teams are proud to work closely with the country’s very best independent partners to create exceptional original programming right here in Canada,” said Randy Lennox, President, Bell Media. “Together, we have once again created an unrivaled mix of uniquely entertaining content for the coming year that we’re confident will connect with viewers across the country while offering unmatched opportunities for our advertising partners.”With Canada’s top programs, including original programs and homegrown hits, more Canadians make Bell Media their choice for viewing than any other media company. As Canada’s most-watched network in primetime for 18 years in a row, CTV is home to:THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, the #1 summer series among A25-54 for a sixth season in a rowThe most-watched Canadian comedy of the year, JANNThe top Canadian daily lifestyle programs, Bell Media Studios’ THE SOCIAL and THE MARILYN DENIS SHOWThe most-watched entertainment newsmagazine for nine years running, ETALKCanada’s most-watched national morning show, YOUR MORNING Twitter Login/Register With: Advertisement Facebookcenter_img THE 2019 CANADA’S WALK OF FAME AWARDS, delivering the awards’ 21st anniversary this November. (Insight Productions)CraveNamed a “must watch” series by the New York Times and an award-winning Canadian comedy program, an all-new six-pack of LETTERKENNY premieres on Oct. 11 and production on another season begins this summer in Sudbury, Ont. (New Metric Media)CTV Comedy ChannelComing to the CTV Comedy lineup in the 2019-20 broadcast year are THE STAND-UP SHOW WITH JON DORE and four unique @JFL gala presentations from Montréal’s Place des Arts. (Just For Laughs Television)The most-watched original series ever on CTV Comedy, CORNER GAS ANIMATED (CTV Comedy) premieres Season 2 on July 1 with 11 all-new episodes. The new season includes a star-studded lineup of cameos, featuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Chris Hadfield, and EPIC MEALTIME’s Harley Morenstein, with a special guest star appearance by Michael J. Fox. (Prairie Pantoons/Moving Mountoons)CTV Drama ChannelThe light hearted mystery-crime drama CARTER, starring Jerry O’Connell (BILLIONS) is currently in production for Season 2. Shot in North Bay, Ont., the sophomore season is set to debut later this year, exclusively on CTV Drama. (Sony Pictures Television)CTV Life ChannelSeason 3 of SPENCER’S BIG 30 showcases healthy, hearty meals that can be prepared in 30 minutes. (Gusto Worldwide Media)Italian cooking series BONACINI’S ITALY, starring MASTERCHEF CANADA’S Michael Bonacini, returns for a second season. (Gusto Worldwide Media)Season 2 of WATTS ON THE GRILL continues to celebrate all things grilled with chef extraordinaire Spencer Watts. Each half-hour episode shows viewers how to barbecue like a pro, from sizzling steak, smoked chicken and steamy seafood, to fruit, cheese, and delicious desserts. Tips, tricks, and tasty recipes are all on Watts’ menu as he inspires viewers to think of ingredients differently and try new things on the grill. (Gusto Worldwide Media)CTV Sci-Fi ChannelThe fifth and final season of CTV Sci-Fi’s most-watched original series KILLJOYS returns July 19. In the Quad, a planetary system on the brink of a bloody interplanetary class war, a fun-loving trio of bounty hunters attempts to remain impartial as they chase deadly warrants. Reprising their roles for the last time, Hannah John-Kamen (ANT MAN AND THE WASP) returns as Yelena “Dutch” Yarden / Aneela, along with Canadian Screen Award nominee for best lead actor Aaron Ashmore (CARDINAL) as John Jaqobis, and Luke MacFarlane (THE NIGHT SHIFT) as D’avin Jaqobis. (Temple Street Productions)DiscoveryThe captivating series MAYDAY, currently in the first half of its 19th season, Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET, continues to reveal the often harrowing truth behind plane crashes, providing viewers a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the world’s most catastrophic aviation accidents in search of clues that might prevent similar tragedies from happening again. (Cineflix/National Geographic Channels International/Canal D)HELLFIRE HEROES returns this fall for Season 2. Featuring stories of strength, fearlessness, and dedication, a uniquely versatile group of firefighters risk their lives to serve and protect the residents of isolated areas of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. (Pixcom Productions)HIGHWAY THRU HELL is back for Season 8 in 2019, chronicling the lives of heroic rescue teams who often put their own lives at risk to help keep vital transport highways open and communities safe. (Thunderbird Entertainment Group) In addition to the productions announced by Bell Media Studios last week, Bell Media’s 2019/20 Original Productions slate includes the following:NEW Bell Media Original Series and Specials for 2019/20 (by channel):CTVTRANSPLANTCTV announced today that Hamza Haq, Laurence Leboeuf, and John Hannah will star in the one-hour, primetime medical procedural, with production beginning this month. TRANSPLANT tells the story of a brilliantly skilled emergency medicine doctor who fled Syria to Canada, as he’s challenged to make a place for himself in a new hospital and country. The drama blends the story of a new immigrant with an ensemble medical procedural, offering audiences a fresh take on a beloved genre. The first season consists of 13 episodes, with production set to begin in Summer 2019. (NBCUniversal International Studios with Sphère Média Plus)ALBEDOOne-hundred-and-fifty years in the future, detective Vivien Coleman is dispatched to the edge of our solar system to investigate a scientist’s mysterious death on board an isolated space station. She soon finds herself trapped and cut off from Earth, along with the station’s small crew of brilliant scientists – all murder suspects, and all harbouring their own secrets… What begins as a classic murder mystery evolves into a fight for survival that may threaten the future of our species. (eOne)POP EVOLUTIONThis eight-episode series has one goal: to tell the richest, most fascinating tales from the ongoing history of pop music. Each stand-alone episode is a documentary portrait with its own unique voice, style, and vision. Through exclusive interviews and unprecedented access, archival depth, and critical takes, POP EVOLUTION dives deeper into the genre than ever before. (Banger Films)CTV Life ChannelLET’S BRUNCHThis delightful cooking series is dedicated to everyone’s favorite leisurely and decadent mid-morning meal. Hosted by the bubbly Vanessa Gianfrancesco (ONE WORLD KITCHEN), LET’S BRUNCH offers a brunch menu for every occasion, showcasing sweet and savory recipes, along with the occasional refreshing beverage or cozy latte. (Gusto Worldwide Media)CHRISTMAS WITH BONACINIIn this charming one-hour holiday special set in Michael Bonacini’s festive kitchen, the celebrity chef and his son Oscar cook up an elegant and flavourful feast of their favourite Christmas recipes. (Gusto Worldwide Media)WATTS ON THE GRILL FOR THANKSGIVINGIn his upcoming special, host Spencer Watts shows viewers how to barbecue like a pro throughout the holiday season. (Gusto Worldwide Media)CraveCanada’s prestige entertainment offering recently announced a complete slate of upcoming conversation-worthy Crave Originals, headlined by:Crave heads to Montréal for the JUST FOR LAUGHS FESTIVAL this summer, shooting a series of four new specials featuring acclaimed Canadian comedians. These four new specials bring the Crave Original standup series total to 10 specials. (Just For Laughs Television)WE’RE ALL GONNA DIEA smart, distinctive, and caustic documentary about the end of the world, the newest original series from Crave goes into production this summer. Drawing together science, psychology, pop culture, and philosophy, WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE meets viewers’ fascination with the apocalypse head-on. Each episode explores one of the ways that humanity could meet its end – from nuclear war and asteroids to aliens – with the ultimate hope that humankind can come together to make the world a better place. (90th Parallel Productions)ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BANDExecutive produced by Martin Scorsese, Brian Grazer, and Ron Howard, this documentary feature is a confessional, cautionary, and occasionally humorous tale of Robertson’s young life and the creation of one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music. Inspired by Robertson’s bestselling memoir, Testimony (Penguin/Random House, 2017), the film blends rare archival footage and interviews with many of Robertson’s friends and collaborators, including Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Scorsese, Taj Mahal, Peter Gabriel, David Geffen, and Ronnie Hawkins, among others. (Imagine Documentaries/White Pine Pictures/Bell Media Studios/Universal Music Canada)NEW EDENProduction kicks off June 17 in North Bay, Ont. on the darkly funny “true crime” comedy from two of Canada’s hottest comedic voices, Evany Rosen (PICNICFACE, BARONESS VON SKETCH SHOW) and Kayla Lorette (THE BEAVERTON, SPACE RIDERS). (Peacock Alley Entertainment)DiscoveryIn celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, MAKE IT TO THE MOON (narrated by Canadian actor Stephan James) features four trailblazing teams – contracted by NASA – who take up President Kennedy’s challenge to land a man on the moon by the end of the decade. These ‘unsung heroes of the unsung heroes’ must invent from scratch the innovative technology necessary to create the lunar module spacecraft, the onboard computer, the moon suit, and track it all through space. (eOne)VW WOODSTOCK BUSOn the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, VW WOODSTOCK BUS is a one-hour special that explores the inspiring story of Dr. Bob, the man who painted the original Woodstock hippie bus with symbols he believed would usher in the dawn of a new age. (Arcadia Productions)CLEARED FOR CHAOS: 9/11This documentary special tells the gripping story of how air traffic controllers in Gander, Newfoundland pulled off the impossible on September 11, 2001. (Bristow Global Media)UNABOMBER: THE MAD TRUTHThis four-part series tells the story of the nationwide manhunt for the terrorist known only as the “Unabomber,” which lasted from 1978 – 1995, until a tip led the FBI to a remote cabin in the Montana mountains. The tip that ultimately took down Ted Kaczynski, a.k.a. the Unabomber, came from his younger brother, David, and David’s wife, Linda. (Yap Films)Investigation DiscoveryIF I SHOULD DIEAs investigators piece together a murder mystery, sometimes the victim speaks from beyond the grave, communicating via their revelatory words written in a diary, journal, or private online blog. IF I SHOULD DIE explores how these emotional words can provide incredible insight into the victim’s life – and sometimes into their darkest secrets. (Cream Productions)UNEXPLAINED 911This immersive new series reveals the true-life stories of police and other members of law enforcement who found themselves face-to-face with strange and bizarre events. Each episode investigates cases involving ghostly haunting, demonic possession, alien abduction, and other supernatural emergency calls featuring the men and women who have devoted their lives to serve and protect. (Cream Productions)Much StudiosPOSITIVEA Much Studios’ Original Documentary, POSITIVE profiles the lives of five diverse HIV+ millennials through a roundtable discussion and stigma-busting personal narratives. Moderated by Much Studios’ Michael Rizzi, the documentary creates an intimate and safe space for the group to discuss the themes of identity, community, sex, and the ongoing misconceptions surrounding HIV.Returning Bell Media Original Productions Confirmed to Date for 2019/20 (by channel):CTVInternationally successful and critically acclaimed series CARDINAL has wrapped production on its final season with stars Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse. (Sienna Films/eOne)The half-hour satirical news sensation THE BEAVERTON returns to CTV for Season 3, premiering July 23. (Pier 21 Films)THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, the most-watched series of the summer, is set to deliver its seventh season Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT beginning July 2 on CTV. Hosted by Olympic gold medallist Jon Montgomery, the multiple Canadian Screen Award-winning series returns as nine all-new teams join fan favourites from Season 1, Jet & Dave, who were selected as Canada’s Choice to race again. The 10 teams head to the starting line to push themselves out of their comfort zones in a non-stop, action-packed race. (Insight Productions)New episodes of original culinary series MARY’S KITCHEN CRUSH continue Sundays at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CTV as host Mary Berg shares her delicious twists on classic dishes inspired by her family and close friends. (Proper Television) Advertisement HEAVY RESCUE: 401, a Top 5 series on Discovery, returns for Season 4 in early 2020, documenting dramatic recoveries along Ontario’s 400-series highways – extending from Windsor in the west to the Québec border in the east. (Thunderbird Entertainment Group)Animal PlanetBiologist Niall McCann travels the world to understand the relationship between humans and some of the world’s most charismatic and formidable animals in the upcoming third season of the award-winning BIGGEST AND BADDEST. (Gryphon/Wild Planet Productions)KERI: PRAIRIE VET returns for a third season, continuing to follow the action-packed life of travelling vet Dr. Keri Hudson Reykdal, on the road 24/7 to care for “all creatures big and small.” (Merit Morion Pictures)WILD BEAR RESCUE, the most adorable original Canadian series, returns for Season 3 on June 14 with heartwarming stories of injured and orphaned bear cubs at Northern Lights Wildlife Society in Smithers, B.C. (Omnifilm Entertainment)Investigation DiscoveryFEAR THY NEIGHBOUR returns for Season 6 this fall. This true-crime thriller follows the disturbing tales of those with the misfortune to unwittingly take up residence within a stone’s throw of a psychopath or killer. (Cream Productions).About Bell Media Original ProductionsBell Media has commissioned some of Canada’s most-watched and most-acclaimed original programming, working with the best Canadian independent producers in the country. Hit series commissioned by CTV include critically acclaimed drama CARDINAL; record-breaking Canadian formats THE AMAZING RACE CANADA and MASTERCHEF CANADA; the original international TV format THE LAUNCH; satirical news series THE BEAVERTON; comedy series JANN; culinary series MARY’S KITCHEN CRUSH; and CANADA’S WALK OF FAME AWARDS. New medical drama TRANSPLANT, mystery drama ALBEDO, and documentary series POP EVOLUTION join CTV’s lineup of Canadian original programs. Among the original series on Bell Media specialty and streaming platforms are CTV Sci-Fi Channel’s KILLJOYS and WYNONNA EARP; CTV Drama Channel’s mystery dramedy CARTER; CTV Comedy Channel’s CORNER GAS ANIMATED; Crave Original hit comedy LETTERKENNY, upcoming mockumentary NEW EDEN, and apocalyptic new original comedy series WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE; and animated series LITTLEKENNY. Discovery is home to Bell Media’s hit factual franchises HIGHWAY THRU HELL, HEAVY RESCUE: 401, and original series DISASTERS AT SEA, in addition to new special MAKE IT TO THE MOON, among others. Bell Media is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada’s largest communications company. More information about CTV can be found on the network’s website at CTV.ca. Advertisementlast_img read more

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BJP at behest of Delhi police cancelled my rally Kejriwal

first_imgNEW DELHI: In a fresh attack on the BJP, Delhi CM and AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday alleged that BJP through Delhi police cancelled his rally at Shakur Basti as the party realised that they would lose in this election.Taking a dig at BJP, the Chief Minister said, “Cancel as many rallies of mine you want to, I will go to the people and address them.” He also addressed the issue of full-statehood and explained how the Centre created obstructions to pass the Mohallah Clinic files, CCTV projects and others. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder”In the last four years, I have worked relentlessly for the development of Delhi. PM Narendra Modi says his chest is of 56 inches, through the work done by the AAP government I have made all Delhiites chest of 59 inches,” he said while addressing a rally at Timarpur, North East Delhi. The Chief Minister added that only the people of Delhi in India can say that the state education system has developed in the last four years, unlike any other state. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsMeanwhile, CM Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday claimed that he was denied permission for a rally in Sant Nagar Chowk here by the Delhi Police at the behest of the BJP. “BJP gets my public rally cancelled today thro police. Police deny permission. How many BJP rallies were denied permission by police in Delhi in last 5 yrs? ” Kejriwal said in a tweet. He said the people will teach the BJP a lesson for not fulfilling its promise of granting full statehood to Delhi. Police, however, said the permission for the proposed public meeting was not given as the site witnesses heavy traffic snarls and huge footfall of people on weekends due to the weekly market. They said they had proposed an alternative venue which was 150 metres away from the site. “Busy intersection of Sant Nagar Chowk was not found fit for a proposed public meeting of 2000, with around 1000 seats and pandal, due to heavy traffic and a weekly market. This was conveyed on 20-03-2018,” tweeted DCP Outer Delhi, Seju P Kuruvilla.last_img read more

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Local businesses working together

Two environmentally friendly businesses have teamed up in Norfolk.Joy Bakery Café, run by Joy Allgood, has a new satellite location in Long Point Eco-Adventures’ newest building overlooking the marsh on Lake Erie.“Joy is a new addition to our family. It’s going to be an amazing year for sure,” said Karen Matthews, general manager at Burning Kiln Winery and Long Point Eco-Adventures.It all came about after a discussion in the cafe. One of the Eco-Adventures owners happened to be in Joy Café in Simcoe and struck up a conversation with Allgood about their needs for a café.“We were both excited about the prospect of partnering. The niche we fill, they needed. It just made sense for us to take care of it rather than them recreating the wheel,” said Allgood.“We both like the way the other business operates, we’re both as green as possible so the partnership looked good from that point of view,” Allgood added.Joy Bakery Café is also expanding the Robinson Street, Simcoe, location to add more seating, a wheelchair accessible washroom, a meeting space, and a larger kitchen.The satellite location will open May 16 and will stay open until Labour Day.Hometown Brew Co.Hometown Brew Co. is another business that has taken up a spot at Long Point Eco-Adventures.Hometown has moved its brewing operation to the Eco-Adventures property on Front Road outside St. Williams. The process of brewing on the property is being taken in two steps.The first step is a smaller location that will not interfere with the summer traffic at Eco-Adventures.The company will be begin construction in the fall for a larger location with space for a brewing room, a tasting room, and retail.“It was one of those things that just happened organically,” Dusty Zamecnik, co-owner of Hometown Brew, said about the prospect of brewing at this location.Zamecnik said when Hometown Brew Co. was just beginning he and his business partners spent a lot of their time at Burning Kiln Winery, where they were able to start conversations with the owners of Eco-Adventures.While neither of the businesses have financial backing in the other, the two sharing goals is helping both of them rise together.“Think about it, you can come out to the winery to taste some local wine and head across the street to taste some local beer as well,” said Karen Matthews.Zamecnik said that their partnership is more about aligning their marketing.“It’s a way of commonly drawing people in to really tell the story of Norfolk flavours,” Zamecnik said.Hometown Brew Co. products are available in several area restaurants including Devlin’s Country Bistro, The Combine Norfolk, Lago Port Dover, The Beach House, among others.Magnolia Hospitality Co.Flavours are coming together with an all Norfolk food and wine pairing.Magnolia Hospitality Co., the company behind The Combine Norfolk and Lago Port Dover, is starting its newest project at Burning Kiln Winery under the name of Canned Heat.Ryan Rivard, the chef fronting Magnolia Hospitality Co., said he catered events at Burning Kiln last year.“As we started to work together I noticed some of the synergies that existed between our companies were pretty significant,” said Rivard.Canned Heat’s service will start in June, with hopes for June 1 depending on construction.The cooking facilities for Canned Heat are being created inside of a 35-foot sea canister that will house the kitchen and a service bar, with a portable pizza oven attached to the end of it.Matthews of Burning Kiln said “the more we can work together, the stronger we can get together.”The owners at Burning Kiln decided to look into the food culture in Norfolk County, which is when Rivard came into the picture.“The idea of working with Ryan is really exciting because he really gets it,” said Matthews. “He gets that it’s all about this beautiful bounty we have in Norfolk County.”Matthews spoke about the care that Rivard puts into his food, which will be able to stand up to and match the care they put into their wine at Burning Kiln.astaylor@postmedia.com read more

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Report on Irans nuclear safeguards sent to UN atomic agency board

Just following the start of European Union-led talks with Iran over its nuclear ambitions, the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) today announced that its report on nuclear verification in the country has been circulated to the Agency’s member States, which will convene next week in Vienna.“The document’s circulation is restricted and unless the IAEA Board decides otherwise the Agency cannot authorize its release to the public,” the atomic watchdog said in a statement.The report, Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran, was issued by Director General Mohamed ElBaradei. It covers developments since April. An earlier report by Dr. ElBaradei, submitted on 28 April to the Board and UN Security Council, concluded that Iran continues to enrich uranium, and the IAEA can make no further progress in determining whether the country is carrying out illicit nuclear activities because the Government is not cooperating with its work.According to the report, Iran’s uranium conversion campaign “is still ongoing.” Iran has continued to feed UF6 gas – used for uranium enrichment – into large-scale machinery built for that purpose in March. Enriched uranium can be used for peaceful purposes, such as generating energy, or for making nuclear weapons. The Tehran Government denies claims by the United States and other countries that it is trying to develop nuclear weapons.Iran had been called on to re-establish full and sustained suspension of all enrichment-related and reprocessing activities, including research and development, to be verified by the Agency. The IAEA Board has also asked Tehran to reconsider the construction of a research reactor moderated by heavy water.Other requirements put forward by the Board in a resolution adopted in February call for Iran to ratify and implement the Additional Protocol, which grants the IAEA expanded rights of access to information and sites, as well as extra authority to use the most advanced technologies during the verification process. Pending ratification, the Board said Iran should continue to act in accordance with the provisions of the Protocol, which the country signed in December 2003.That same year, it was discovered that Iran had carried out secret nuclear activities for 18 years in breach of its obligations under the NPT.Iran voluntarily suspended uranium enrichment activities, which can produce material for nuclear energy or for weapons, in 2004 while negotiating with European Union nations France, Germany and Britain (the so-called EU-3) on its programme, but resumed the process last August.The IAEA Board meeting will run from 12 to 16 June. read more

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Motor industry calls for flexibility in AAP funding

“There is an urgent need for the Automotive Assistance Programme to start delivering the support the UK motor industry needs”, said SMMT chief executive, Paul Everitt. “The availability of affordable finance and credit remains the number one priority for companies at all levels of the supply chain. It is essential that a more flexible approach is adopted so that viable businesses can access the working capital they need in the short term and support investment in future technologies for the long term. The programme announced in January 2009 set out £2.3bn in loans and loan guarantees for the motor industry, yet to date no companies have benefited from the scheme. SMMT has called for greater flexibility in AAP eligibility to ensure quicker delivery of credit to companies throughout the automotive sector. In giving evidence to the inquiry on the AAP, SMMT identified the following key issues: Banks remain reluctant to lend to the automotive sector The majority of companies need access to working capital above project finance The removal of trade credit insurance has further undermined the banks’ attitude to risk in the automotive sector.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders has backed the findings of a Business and Enterprise Select Committee inquiry that expresses ‘serious concern’ about the effectiveness of the Automotive Assistance Programme (AAP). “Industry remains concerned that the reluctance of banks to provide direct support to the automotive sector is limiting the effectiveness of the programme and its benefit to companies in the supply chain.” read more

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Ohio State mens soccer wins in shutout over Bowling Green

Senior midfielder Max Moller (11) takes a shot during OSU’s 3-0 win against Bowling Green on Oct. 22 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.Credit: Patrick Kalista / Lantern photographerAn intrastate game against a team with one of the top scorers in the nation turned into a laugher, as the Ohio State men’s soccer team had no problem at home Wednesday night.The Buckeyes (6-5-3, 3-2-0) defeated Bowling Green (9-4-1), 3-0, to kick off a three-game homestand.“We need to win games like this, our in-state games against the big-name schools,” senior midfielder Ryan Ivancic said. “This was a big win for us, decisively.”About three minutes into the contest, a wild sequence around the net led to OSU opening up the scoring.The Buckeyes took six shots in a roughly ten-second sequence following a corner kick. The ball ricocheted around, off of defenders, teammates, the goalkeeper and the goal posts until eventually being blown dead with a handball for a penalty kick.“That sequence that we opened up the game with was amazing, wasn’t it?” OSU coach John Bluem said after the game. “All those shots hitting the post and them blocking the shots and ultimately a handball, it was wild.”Junior defender Liam Doyle took the penalty kick and converted it with a dribbler straight ahead for his fourth goal of the season — the third of which that has come from a penalty kick. The goal temporarily tied Doyle for the team lead in goals with senior midfielder Yianni Sarris.“Today I just decided to go down the middle,” Doyle said. “I just trusted and hard and low down the middle, and thankfully (the goalie) moved. I don’t really have a strategy. You just sort of decide penalty-by-penalty.”In the 31st minute, Ivancic sent an aerial pass into the front of the box to sophomore forward Christian Soldat. Soldat endured a hard airborne collision with Bowling Green redshirt-sophomore goalkeeper Ryan Heuton, who was sent off with a red card for the hit.“When they played the ball to me, I chipped the last defender into Soldat,” Ivancic said. “Soldat, I think, got there first, and kind of chested out of the way of the keeper and the keeper took Soldat out. I thought it was a red card, if not it was at least a PK.”The Buckeyes received another penalty kick from the foul, which was taken by junior defender Kyle Culbertson.Culbertson’s shot was sent away by redshirt-sophomore goalkeeper Nick Landsberger — fresh off the bench — but Soldat swooped in to poke the ball into the net off the rebound.The goal was Soldat’s second of the season — coming in as many games.The shutout came in large part because OSU neutralized Bowling Green’s most powerful offensive threat. Sophomore forward Pat Flynn had scored 12 of Bowling Green’s 26 goals coming in to the game. His goals per game average of 0.92 coming in led the nation, as did his points per game average of 2.08.But Flynn was held to only one shot on Wednesday.“We were aware of him coming in tonight,” Doyle said. “We knew he was a threat, and just defended well as a unit and managed to keep him quiet.”The shutout was the second in a row and sixth of the season for OSU redshirt-senior goalkeeper Alex Ivanov.The two penalty kicks accounted for the sixth and seventh attempts of the season for the Buckeyes — scoring on four. Their opponents have only taken one, which came in the team’s third game on Sept. 5.“It’s just good, aggressive play in the box responsible for that (the penalty kick differential),” Bluem said.Sarris put the exclamation point on the game in the 64th minute, depositing a pass from Ivancic into the net for the Buckeyes’ third goal. Sarris reclaimed sole possession of the team lead in goals with his fifth.The frustration that mounted throughout the game for the Falcons was evident, as they were hit with two yellow cards in addition to Heuton’s red card. For the game, OSU outshot Bowling Green, 20-6.Bluem chose to empty the bench as the game wore on. By the final whistle, Ivanov and sophomore defender Tyler Kidwell were the only starters still on the field.The Buckeyes are scheduled to continue their homestand Saturday against Rutgers. That game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. read more

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La biodiversité dune forêt éthiopienne dévoilée par lambre

first_imgLa biodiversité d’une forêt éthiopienne dévoilée par l’ambreÉthiopie – Une équipe de chercheurs internationale a étudié le premier ambre fossilifère d’Afrique, découvert en Éthiopie en 2005 et datant de quelque 95 millions d’années. Grâce aux fossiles que recèle l’ambre, les chercheurs pourront mieux comprendre l’évolution précoce de ces organismes, mais aussi les interactions trophiques et les associations ayant existé au sein de cet écosystème ancien. À lire aussiIl laisse une fourmi coupe-feuille lui découper le doigtLors de la période du Crétacé, période géologique qui s’est achevée avec la disparition des dinosaures, les écosystèmes terrestres ont été profondément modifiés, de nombreuses plantes à fleurs s’étant développées et diversifiées. Grâce à l’étude de cet ambre qui recèle la biodiversité d’une forêt éthiopienne, les scientifiques pourront en apprendre plus sur une période marquée par des changements majeurs.Les auteurs de l’étude sur les insectes dirigée par Vincent Perrichot, paléontologue à Géosciences Rennes, ont ainsi pu identifier des parasites, des prédateurs ou encore des décomposeurs. L’ambre a également dévoilé des restes de plantes à fleurs, de fougères, et de champignons parasites qui vivaient sur les arbres producteurs de résine et servaient de source alimentaire pour les insectes, précise le CNRS dans un communiqué.Le 17 avril 2010 à 19:51 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Une nouvelle réplique du séisme frappe les iles Salomon

first_imgUne nouvelle réplique du séisme frappe les iles SalomonAprès le séisme de mercredi, les iles Salomon ont été à nouveau secouées par une réplique. D’une magnitude de 6,5, elle ne devrait pas provoquer de tsunami dangereux. Le bilan total du tremblement de terre a été rabaissé à 10 morts.Les Iles Salomon ont été touchées encore une fois. Une réplique de magnitude 6,5 a fait trembler l’archipel dimanche matin à 8h02 (22h02 heure de Paris), soit quatre jour après le séisme initial de magnitude 8 et le tsunami qui avaient fait dix morts et 3000 sans-abris. Le dernier bilan était de 13 morts mais il a été revu à la baisse.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?”Pour le moment, nous ne savons pas si nous en sommes encore à l’étape des secours d’urgence”, a déclaré à l’AFP Joanne Zoleveke, la secrétaire générale de la Croix-Rouge pour les Salomon. Deux bateaux de secours et de ravitaillement ont été envoyés à Lata, la ville principale des iles Santa Cruz. Les communications sont difficiles entre les 992 iles dispersées de l’archipel et le gouvernement a du mal à évaluer les besoins de chacune d’entre elles.L’épicentre de la réplique se situe seulement à 29 kilomètres de Lata, à 18 kilomètres de profondeur. Selon le Centre d’alerte aux tsunamis du Pacifique il ne devrait pas y avoir de tsunami notable. L’Australie a donné 193 000 euros à la Croix-Rouge présente sur place et son ministre des affaires étrangères Bob Carr s’y est rendu.Le 10 février 2013 à 12:18 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Morning Press Dedas Bakery poised to close unsightly Fred Meyer sign fatal

first_imgWhat kind of weather is headed our way this week? Check out our local weather coverage.In case you missed it, here are some of the top stories of the weekend:Couple started Deda’s Bakery with high hopes; now it’s poised to closeReactions poured in fast and heartfelt to Catherine Misener’s Facebook post about Deda’s Bakery.Misener and her husband, Chris Misener, started a wholesale baking business in early 2012. They sold Whoopie Pies, mousse pudding parfait and biscotti to downtown’s Vancouver Food Co-op. Shortly before the co-op closed in 2014, the bakery added the Fisher’s Landing New Seasons Market as a client. By summer 2014, New Seasons’ bakery buyer told the couple their products would be added to all Portland-area stores.Read the full story: Couple started Deda’s Bakery with high hopes; now it’s poised to closeClark Asks: New life awaits old, unsightly Fred Meyer signDowntown Vancouver resident Audrey Miller often drives by an unsightly sign on Fourth Plain Boulevard.last_img read more

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Rescuers Search for Man Overboard Near Unimak Island

first_imgThe Coast Guard is still searching for a mariner who fell overboard from a fishing vessel near Unimak Island Wednesday morning.The man fell from the F/V Seeker, 10 miles northwest of Unimak Island, according to Coast Guard Petty Officer Grant DeVuyst. The Seeker is a 98-foot trawler out of Newport, Oregon.DeVuyst says the Coast Guard was alerted to the incident by the good Samaritan fishing vessel Seafreeze Alaska, a 296-foot trawler-processor based in Seattle. DeVuyst says several other vessels searched unsuccessfully for the mariner before a helicopter crew got to the scene.The F/V Seeker pictured in 2006. Photo courtesy from marinetraffic.com.“I’m not sure exactly … whether they saw someone in the water or just noticed he was missing,” he says. “We just know that there was a report of a man in the water, so our number one priority was to get a helicopter in the air and get them over the area to start searching.”The Coast Guard sent an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Cold Bay, where it’s forward-deployed for the fishing season. DeVuyst says the helicopter made one initial search and had to come back to refuel before making another attempt.As of around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, DeVuyst says the Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley had arrived on scene to start searching. The Jayhawk crew had returned again to Cold Bay. DeVuyst says the cutter’s MH-65 Dolphin helicopter is off the vessel due to weather concerns, but it’s ready to deploy from the ground if needed. The cutter is expected to search into the evening.“There’s some rough weather out there, which of course just makes a search more difficult,” he says.DeVuyst says there were eight- to 10-foot seas on scene when the cutter arrived.Marine forecasts for the Unimak Island area show a gale warning and a heavy freezing spray warning through Thursday. Snow and winds up to 40 mph are also forecasted.last_img read more

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Fallen tree branches trouble commuters

first_imgNeredmet: After the heavy rains in the city, some trees were uprooted and branches were broken and are still seen on the roads of East Kakatiya Nagar in Neredmet. Trees that fell on the roads have been kept aside and left there. It has been more than 3 weeks and still the trees are left on the roadside. Pedestrians and two wheelers have been facing a lot of troubles. The officials are turning a blind eye to the requests to clear the trees.last_img

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VIDEO In first media interview 1994 Tom Brady answers questions exactly like

first_imgSerra High School in San Mateo, California, is where it all started for Hall of Famer Tom Brady, and the school just unearthed Brady’s first media interview from 1994 and posted it to Twitter.Brady, the 6th ranked California high school quarterback at the time, was interviewed by fellow all-time great Dan Fouts for a Bay Area high school stars segment, and it’s uncanny how similar high school Brady sounds compared to the 2017 version who just won his fifth Super Bowl. The unshakable confidence is there, and he fields the questions like a grown man trapped in a kid’s body. It’s bizarre.Brady tells Fouts his biggest asset is his arm strength, and his biggest weakness is his speed, which he intends to improve through hard work. Well, that didn’t happen, but the rest turned out okay.Even in 1994, teen Brady definitely had “it,” even if everyone couldn’t see it.Possibly Tom Brady’s first ever media interview in the summer of 1994 ? #tbt @PadreAthletics @serrapadresfb pic.twitter.com/fvXKujqyLN— Serra High School (@SerraSanMateo) July 13, 2017last_img read more

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Roadblock to help keep Ladysmith motorists safe this festive season

first_imgPublic Safety officers – together with RTI, SAPS and Alfred Duma Local Municipality – spread road safety awareness while conducting a roadblock in Newcastle Road on Friday morning.Personnel from Public Safety, SAPS and RTI; as well as Mayor Vincent Madlala; greeted motorists and handed out pamphlets near the Animal Anti-Cruelty League (AACL) premises.The pamphlets contained tips on keeping safe this holiday season, and a list of useful contact numbers.Also read: 10 illegal immigrants arrested at roadblocks WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Also read: Public Safety carry out roadblocks in townAs motorists stopped and shook hands with the mayor, he greeted them and wished them well over the festive season, urging everyone to “drive safe”.The roadblock ended just after lunchtime.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

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How to dispose of your trash during the Pikitup strike

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Residents around Johannesburg are in an uproar as 4 000 Pikitup striking workers face disciplinary action this week following an unprotected strike.City of Johannesburg Mayor Parks Tau held a press conference yesterday (29 March) to address the issue that has been plaguing Johannesburg for a few months. He said that the illegal Pikitup strike would no longer be tolerated.The City has a mandate to keep the streets clean and protect the health of residents against disease but the mayor said that the money that has been paid to contractors who have stepped in, is too much.#Pikitup Tau says hearings have started we can’t preempt outcome of dismissals. @KayaNews pic.twitter.com/2LwFA0RsS2— KhayelihleKhumalo (@KhayaJames) March 29, 2016Residents still have to pay for the services of Pikitup even though this has been the fourth strike since December. This is how they responded on twitter:Here are six ways you can dispose of your trash during the strike:Organise a group collection for your trashMany people around Johannesburg have come together to collect their trash in groups. Some community entrepreneurs have taken it upon themselves to collect people’s trash at a low cost. Neighbours can come together, create a small fund to pay someone with a truck who can collect the rubbish and dump it at any of the 12 waste management depots strategically located throughout the city. Most schools and communities have depots where you can dispose of the trash.Take trash to a landfillThere are four landfills around Johannesburg. The landfill is a popularly used method of waste disposal. If you take your trash to any of the landfills in Johannesburg, the waste is buried in the land and the process used also eliminates the odours and dangers of waste before it is placed into the ground. This is not the most responsible waste management system because of the numerous landfill gases and methane presence.Dump trash at incineration/combustion centresThere is one incineration or combustion disposal method in Johannesburg. This method burns waste to convert it into residue and gaseous products reducing the volume. Thermal treatment where solid waste materials are converted by incinerators into heat, gas, steam and ash. Here are a few places that manage waste in Gauteng. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite center_img  RecycleSeparating your trash into glass, metals, plastic and compost makes it easier to take to different recycling centres around Johannesburg. There a few recycling centres around Johannesburg but you have to pay for their services:Lonehill Kerbside Recycling Programme is a pilot project of the Lonehill community to recycle waste at source. Bring banks garden refuse sites are also used for the recycling of glass, paper, cans and plastic. Glass Recycling Company also makes it easy for people to recycle their glass materials at their designated glass banks.Ecomonkey’s collection service operates in Johannesburg in the following suburbs:DouglasdaleLonehillJukskei ParkMagaliesigDainfernOlivedaleSharonleaJukskei ParkJohannesburg NorthNorthwold, Kya SandsHoneydewMama She’s Waste Recyclers offer a kerbside collection service. They operate in the following areas:LonehillMagaliessigFourwaysDouglasdaleNorscotFourways GardensCedar LakesChartwell Country EstatesWitkoppen Ext. 3Elma Park- EdenvaleSunninghillPaulshofEdenburgRivoniaBedfordviewIn Northern suburbs, Whole Earth collects for a monthly fee but they provide bags and bins for recyclables and do fortnightly collections.Create your own garden compost heapThere are 33 garden refuse sites around Johannesburg. You can create your own garden compost heap by collecting perishable items such as egg shells, fruit and vegetables. Buy a compost bin and place it in a good drainage spot and let the worms do all the work.Take trash to buy-back centresAt Buy-back centres, waste materials with an economic value are bought from the community and resold to markets outside for a small profit. To utilise these waste sorting facilities you would have to separate your recycled materials at home before dropping them off at a Buy-back centre or Pikitup garden sites.Remade is one of the companies operating in Johannesburg that caters to 1000 street hawkers who make a living through collecting recyclable material and selling it to the buy-back centres. It operates in Germiston, Johannesburg, Springs, Pretoria and Northern Suburbs. Other companies include:Collect-a-canMondiPlastics SAMy WasteWaste PlanWastemanlast_img read more

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Air Transat launches 30th anniversary seat sale and contest

first_img Share Air Transat launches 30th anniversary seat sale and contest Posted by MONTREAL — Air Transat is turning 30 this year, and as part of its anniversary celebrations the company has just launched a new seat sale, available until Oct. 23.Effective immediately, travellers can fly for less to one of Air Transat’s 60 destinations in Europe, the South, Florida and Canada.Plus, Air Transat will offer 30 lucky winners the chance to travel for free. There is no need to register – all travellers who book a flight by Oct. 23 will be automatically entered to win.Transat’s Sun holidays feature all-inclusive packages to 36 destinations in Florida, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America, as well as some 650 hotels, 45 of which are offered exclusively. Transat also boasts five collections: Luxury, Distinction, Solo, Family and Sun Savvy.In Europe, Air Transat has responded to customer demand by increasing its number of direct flights to the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Croatia, the Netherlands, Belgium and the Czech Republic for summer 2018. The carrier will offer direct service to a total of 27 destinations in Europe, accessible from many major Canadian cities via its feeder flights program, as well as Tel Aviv in the Middle East.More news:  War of words between Transat, Group Mach ramps upFor more information on the seat sale, visit airtransat.com. Travelweek Group center_img << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Air Transat, Promotions Wednesday, October 4, 2017 last_img read more

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Four Seasons Hotel Montreal officially opens May 8

first_img Share Four Seasons Hotel Montreal officially opens May 8 MONTREAL — The new centrepiece of Montreal’s Golden Square Mile, Four Seasons Hotel Montreal, will officially open on May 8. The hotel will have 169 guest rooms, 19 suites and 18 Four Seasons Private Residences. “We can’t wait to receive our local community, as well as world travellers, into our luxury ecosystem for the full Four Seasons experience, right in downtown Montreal,” says Four Seasons General Manager Gonçalo Monteiro. “With summer and all its great festivals and events just around the corner, spring is the perfect time for us all to enjoy Montreal’s trendsetting style and culture.”The 169-room property is located downtown in the upscale west end at the foot of Mount Royal. Connected to Holt Renfrew Ogilvy, and a 10-minute walk to the Bell Centre, five minutes by car from the train station and 20 minutes from the airport, the hotel is ideally located for international visitors, regional weekenders and business travellers, says the company.More news:  Windstar celebrates record-breaking bookings in JulyIn addition to MARCUS restaurant and bar, Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s first restaurant in Canada, the hotel will have a spa (billed as the only urban spa in Montreal to offer Kneipp Water Therapy), fitness centre, a skylit indoor pool and a fifth floor ballroom with outdoor terrace.Accommodations including 19 suites range from Deluxe Guest Rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and sparkling views of Montreal’s Golden Square Mile, Premiere Carré Doré and Premiere Rooms with glass doors that open up beside each bed to a free-standing bathtub, and the two-bedroom Presidential Suite on the hotel’s highest floor, with a sleek living area featuring a dining table for eight.The hotel’s 450-person Palais des Possibles ballroom features a sweeping terrace overlooking Montreal. And the lobby features white marble, gold elevators and pink and grey velvet walls. << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted bycenter_img Monday, April 15, 2019 Tags: Four Seasons Travelweek Group last_img read more

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LISTEN John Clayton ESPN NFL insider

first_imgLISTEN: John Clayton, ESPN NFL insider Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Last November, Arizona Cardinals fans watched their starting quarterback, Carson Palmer, crumble to the ground after tearing his ACL. Backup Drew Stanton stepped up, and threw a touchdown pass on his first drive of the game. Stanton went on to help the Cardinals squeak out four wins in their following six games. He threw for 1,182 yards with five touchdown passes and five interceptions before he too went down with a knee injury a month after getting the starting nod. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Your browser does not support the audio element. Mike Glennon, who will back up Tampa Bay’s Jameis Winston this season and was thought by ESPN’s Matt Williamson to be a good pickup option for the Cardinals, was listed at No. 6. This week, ESPN’s John Clayton released his list of the top-10 best backups in the league, fresh off the re-signing of some notable backups like Seattle’s Tavaris Jackson and Matt Flynn as the backup to New England’s Jimmy Garappolo while Tom Brady sits (and seethes) through his four-game suspension. Stanton was not on the list of these names, which included Ryan Fitzpatrick at No. 1 and Mark Sanchez at No. 2.Clayton wrote, “The league-wide thought on a quality backup is that they can win you three games once they get on the field, but if you play them six, they could lose you three.” That logic explains the choices of Fitzpatrick and Sanchez, the former of whom won six games in 12 starts and the latter of whom won four of his eight starts. The list names Christian Ponder at No. 8, who played two games last season and threw four passes.“Ponder makes the list because he’s averaged 23.5 points per game during his starts…he had the benefits of having Adrian Peterson in the Vikings backfield,” wrote Clayton.Miami’s Matt Moore was listed at No. 9. He threw two completions last season on four attempts. In fact, Moore hasn’t been fully tested as a backup since 2011 and has thrown just 29 passes in the last three years. last_img read more

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