Celebrities Attend Voices For The Voiceless Stars For Foster Kids Event

first_imgDarren Criss, Rosie Perez, Megan Hilty, Chita Rivera, Gloria Gaynor, Sherri Saum, and Stephanie Mills were just a few of the many supporters who attended and performed at last night’s 2nd Annual Voices for the Voiceless: Stars For Foster Kids event presented by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley.Gloria Gaynor performs I Will SurviveCredit/Copyright: Getty ImagesThis special event brings together the brightest stars of stage and screen to raise awareness about the plight of kids in foster care, particularly those aged 13 to 21 whom many consider “unadoptable” because of their age.Darren Criss attends the 2nd Annual Voices for the VoicelessCredit/Copyright: Getty ImagesAdditional guests included Caroline Rhea, Alec Mapa, BD Wong, Orfeh, Adrienne Warren, Michelle Collins, Lilla Crawford, Carole Demas, and Dale Moss.Rosie Perez attends the 2nd Annual Voices for the Voiceless eventCredit/Copyright: Getty Imageslast_img read more

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Kenny Guiton steps up in place of Braxton Miller

Ritika Shah / Assistant photo editorRedshirt-senior quarterback Kenny Guiton throws a pass during a game against San Diego State Sept. 7, at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 42-7.When a team loses its starting quarterback, particularly when he’s a Heisman trophy candidate, things don’t typically go well.Someone forgot to tell that to the 2-0 Ohio State squad.Buckeye starting quarterback, junior Braxton Miller, left OSU’s 42-7 victory 2:58 into the game after spraining his MCL and did not return.In came redshirt-senior Kenny Guiton, with the hopes of the Buckeye faithful on his shoulders.“I actually wasn’t that nervous today. I know that I prepared all week like a starter. I don’t think I got nervous at all,” Guiton said. “Once I got in, I took my first hit, had my first throw and after that it was just ‘let’s go.’”On the day Guiton finished 19 of 28 passing for 152 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. He also rushed for 83 yards, including a 44-yard touchdown.“I think I started off pretty good, we started off and we went up on the scoreboard pretty good. I think we responded well from the interception, too, but I think the second half I could have played a lot better,” Guiton said. “We protected good, the receivers played a good game. I just have to get them the ball quicker and more often.”OSU coach Urban Meyer said he was impressed by how well his backup signal caller replaced Miller.“The old right hander (Guiton) steps in again and does a nice job. He’s too slow, not a strong enough arm, but all he does is lead manage and distribute and has an incredible knowledge of the game,” Meyer said.Guiton was named a captain for the 2013 season, despite not being a starter, and has been under the spotlight before. Against Purdue in 2012 Guiton replaced the injured Miller and led the Buckeyes to a comeback 29-22 victory in overtime to preserve OSU’s undefeated season.Senior wide receiver Corey “Philly” Brown said when Guiton comes in for Miller, no one on the team stresses about it.“Kenny’s one of the leaders on our team, he’s one of the captains and everybody respects him,” Brown said. “Everybody knows what he brings the table, a lot of confidence, a lot of swagger. He’s a real vocal quarterback, so when Kenny’s out there, nobody’s worried at all.”Brown was the recipient of both of Guiton’s touchdown passes, and after the game, he complimented Guiton on his ability to place the ball in the right spot.“Kenny threw a perfect throw and we had the perfect play called, the corner was really close up, man pressed all day. It was an easy catch and harder throw,” Brown said.Upon coming into the game, Guiton said he didn’t want to think about the pressure of the situation. He just wanted to score.“I really try not to think about that when I hit the field. I just try to think about first down, first down, explosive play until we’re in the endzone,” Guition said. “That’s one thing I always tell the offense and that’s one thing I just always live by.”Guiton’s first drive culminated in a seven-yard touchdown run by freshman running back Dontre Wilson. Wilson said any drop off when Guiton enters the game for Miller is not noticeable.“Kenny is one of the greatest quarterbacks in college football right now, it’s great to have him as a backup,” Wilson said. “We didn’t really lose a lot, Braxton is a Heisman candidate, but Kenny is a great thrower.”Senior offensive lineman Andrew Norwell said the biggest thing Guiton adds to the game is energy.“He brings the juice, he brings the energy. Everybody respects him in the locker room. He’s just a great dude to be around,” Norwell said. “He leads by example. He doesn’t really play a lot because he’s behind Braxton, he’s the backup. When his number’s called he’s got to be ready, and obviously he was ready today.”Although Miller did not return for the rest of the game, some teammates felt he would have been able to play if he was needed. Guiton said when he saw Miller down on the field, he didn’t know what was wrong but was ready to take the field.“I really wasn’t sure at all. I did see that his helmet was off and the guy hit him in the face. I wasn’t sure how bad it was at first or anything. I just tried to prepare and make sure I was ready,” Guiton said.Brown said he thinks Miller will be healthy for OSU’s road trip to California next weekend.“We’re not too worried. We know Braxton’s going to do a good job of rehabbing this week and he’ll be back for this next game,” Brown said. “But even if he’s not everyone on the team has enough confidence in Kenny (Guiton) that he can get it done.”Meyer said he “(thinks) there’s a chance (Miller will) be ready for next week.”Guiton said confidence was a key factor in his performance.“Just getting extended time in a game like that, I think that built my confidence a lot. It’s one thing to practice all the time and become good but it’s different when you’re actually in there doing it,” Guiton said.OSU is set to hit the road to take on California (1-1) Saturday at 7 p.m. read more

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Pippa Middleton chooses £2720 Erdem gown for society wedding in Stockholm

first_imgPippa and James Matthews put their honeymoon on hold to attend the wedding of Jons Bartholdson and Anna Ridderstad in Stockholm. Pippa wore a £2720 bohemian ‘Kenzie’ gown from London based designer Erdem for the occasion. Mr Bartholdson is a long time friend of Pippa, 33, and in 2015 they completed a 50 mile endurance race together to celebrate her 32nd birthday to raising funds for the Michael Matthews Foundation.It was founded following the death of her husband’s brother, then 22, in a mountaineering accident on Mount Everest in 1999 and builds schools in poverty-stricken locations around the world.The charity is run by members of the Matthews family, including husband James and Made in Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews. Pippa and James Matthews arrive at Rose Bay Wharf by sea plane in Sydney  Pippa and James Matthews attend the wedding of Jons Bartholdson and Anna Ridderstad Pippa chose Erdem for the wedding Credit: Rex Features 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. According to the Swedish press 190 guests were at Villa Pauli, arriving by boat to ensure as much privacy as possible from photographers. The Kenzie Covertine Rose gown from Erdem  Pippa and Jons were teammates for the ÖTILLÖ, one of the toughest ‘swimrun’ events on the planet, which involves running and swimming a 50-mile route across 26 of the Stockholm archipelago’s 1000 islands.’We are just here to enjoy the wedding,’ James told Swedish daily Expressen. center_img Pippa and James Matthews attend the wedding of Jons Bartholdson and Anna RidderstadCredit:Rex Features The Kenzie Covertine Rose gown from Erdem Credit:Erdem  Sweden is the final stop on Pippa and James’ honeymoon after they wed in Berkshire in May.The newlyweds began their trip in French Polynesia and were later spotted soaking up the atmosphere in Sydney, after flying in from Tahiti via New Zealand.On touching down in Perth last weekend, Pippa told reporters she was having a ‘wonderful time’ so far.   Pippa chose Erdem for the wedding  On Saturday Jons married Anna Ridderstad, 37, at a lavish wedding in Stockholm’s Oscar Church. Guests were then ushered to a nearby steamboat, which took them to nearby Villa Pauli to continue celebrations.The wedding included several prominent members of Swedish high society, including H&M CEO Karl-Johan Persson.Emma Pernald, the former girlfriend of Swedish Prince Carl Philips, was also present. Pippa and James Matthews arrive at Rose Bay Wharf by sea plane in Sydney Credit:SAEED KHAN AFPlast_img read more

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ADRIATIC World Young Female lineplayer 20152016

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LG demos 19 flexible epaper and color epaper displays

first_imgE-readers are most commonly shipped in 5″ or 6″ screen sizes, but LG Display is experimenting on a much bigger scale and has managed to create a 19″ e-paper sheet. Not only that, it’s a flexible sheet.Could this be the start of a display that replaces newspapers while retaining their look and layout? As well as being large the display is also very thin at just 0.601mm thick. Resolution is also impressive at 2,560 x 1,600 and it achieves 163ppi. The contrast ratio is 7:1, it can display 16 levels of grayscale, and has a 140-degree viewing angle.AdChoices广告LG isn’t betting just on grayscale e-paper, though. Alongside rolling out the 19″ display at FPD International 2010, it also has a color e-paper display on show. This one is much smaller at 9.7″ and has a resolution of 800 x 600. The important thing here is the color and it manages 4,096 of them.Read more at Tech-On!Matthew’s OpinionI know we are all increasingly turning to tablets and laptops for catching up on news every day, but I have to wonder how a large, flexible e-paper newspaper would be received. If you could roll it up and put it in a bag would people prefer the classic layout of the newspaper over reading news off a small scrolling screen? I’m sure there’s more than a few that would.Newspaper publishers would appreciate it as it retains the paper layout, but allows a way for them to get subscriptions or microtransactions every day when people want the latest news on their flexible screen. If such a device was priced right it should fly off the shelves as long as it remained flexible.As for the color display, it’s certainly looking as though color e-paper is going to arrive on the market sooner rather than later. Will the next Kindle have a color screen? I wouldn’t bet against it. But Amazon won’t ship until battery life and text quality is on a par with its current Kindle display. When it happens it should allow for more content to appear and be desirable on e-readers e.g. illustrated children’s books, comics and manga, and magazines.last_img read more

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Chez cette araignée pour le mâle copuler cest mourir

first_imgChez cette araignée, pour le mâle, copuler c’est mourirPubliant leur étude en ligne dans Biology Letters, des chercheurs américains ont observé l’espèce d’araignée Dolomedes tenebrosus, chez laquelle le mâle meurt dès qu’il a transmis son sperme à la femelle, 14 fois plus lourde que lui.Dolomedes tenebrosus, une araignée nord-américaine, a une sexualité un peu spéciale : le mâle, 14 fois plus léger que la femelle, ne copule qu’une fois dans sa vie, puisqu’il expire juste après avoir implanté son sperme dans le corps de sa partenaire. Laquelle, au demeurant, ne semble pas impliquée dans ce trépas.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?C’est du moins ce qu’ont constaté des scientifiques de l’Université de Lincoln (Nebraska). Pour cela, les chercheurs ont collecté plusieurs de ces arachnides dans des parcs du Nebraska et ont observé 25 accouplements. Chaque fois, le mâle a introduit sa semence dans le corps de sa partenaire à l’aide de ses pédipalpes (sortes de mandibules), lesquelles restent gonflées même après l’acte, contrairement à ce qui se passe chez la plupart des araignées. Néanmoins, juste après, tous les mâles se sont affaissés, morts.Des décès confirmés en mesurant le rythme cardiaque dans l’abdomen de l’animal. Selon une théorie évolutionnaire, la monogamie masculine est de règle lorsque les femelles sont plus grandes que les mâles. Et, les petits animaux étant plus susceptibles de survivre jusqu’à l’âge de la reproduction que les gros, les mâles de D. tenebrosus, petits et nombreux, doivent se contenter de rares (et grandes) femelles.Le 22 juin 2013 à 12:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Abilene to Apply for Grant to Upgrade Visitors Control Center at Dyess

first_imgThe Abilene Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee plans to apply for a $1.75 million grant from the Texas Military Preparedness Commission to upgrade the visitor control center at Dyess Air Force Base.On Tuesday the economic development agency for Abilene agreed to contribute $200,000 toward the application’s requirement for a local match. Those funds would be combined with $150,000 of in-kind contributions from the federal government to meet the 20 percent match, reported the Abilene Reporter-News.The city will apply for a second round of grants, totaling almost $16 million, the state will award on March 31. Last month, the Texas Military Preparedness Commission awarded $14.1 million to four communities for projects intended to support local installations. The Legislature allocated $30 million for the grant program for the fiscal 2016-2017 biennium.The project at Dyess is intended to improve security at the installation’s front gate by expanding the control center.“There are deficiencies at this control center,” said Bryan Yates, chamber vice president for military affairs. The new center already has been designed and could go ahead if Abilene secures funding, he said.The project should bolster the standing of Dyess in a future BRAC round, according to Yates.“It is the single largest employer in the area. If that base were to draw down or close altogether, it would be a significant negative impact to the Abilene economy,” he said. “Even though we have made great strides in the last 20 years in diversifying our economy, this is still an important component, and we want to make sure that stays there for the foreseeable future.” Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

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Nintendo Switch Online adds surprise to June NES update

first_img Now playing: Watch this: The Double Dragon sequel, which came to NES in 1990, sends Billy and Jimmy Lee on a quest for vengeance after Billy’s girlfriend Marian is killed by the clearly-evil Shadow Warriors (because violence is always the answer). You can play it in co-op mode with a buddy, presumably doubling the fun.City Connection was released on NES in the US  in 1988. It’s a strange platformer in which you have paint every section of a highway throughout twelve stages — a bit like Splatoon — and fling paint cans at pursuing cop cars. There’s a TwinBee SPrise included in June’s Nintendo Switch Online. Nintendo/Screenshot by CNET Nintendo Switch Online subscribers got a bonus game along with their three NES games this month. The SP version of TwinBee lets you jump straight to a later level, letting you get into the thick of Konami’s 1985 vertically-scrolling shooter.It came along with Double Dragon 2: The Revenge, City Connection and Volleyball as one the June additions to the NES library you get in Switch’s $20-a-year subscription service. Volleyball is a simple sports sim in which you serve the ball into play by hitting the same button twice. It came to NES in 1987.The regular version of TwinBee was added to the service in November, but the SP one throws you straight into the sixth level, as previously reported by Nintendo Life.We got a look at Nintendo’s future in its E3 Direct on Monday, but the company didn’t say anything about its plans for Switch Online.First published on June 5 at 5:01 a.m. PT.Updated at June 13 at 5:06 a.m. PT: Notes TwinBee SP inclusion. Video Games Gaming Tags Share your voice Inside Nintendo’s E3 2019 boothcenter_img Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct, T-Mobile and Sprint merger… Nintendo 13 Photos 1:29 Comments 2last_img read more

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Photography Day celebrated grandly

first_imgKhairatabad: On the occasion of World Photography Day, Telangana Photojournalists Association (TPJA) announced its annual photography contest for photojournalists across Telangana state. The awards for best entries were presented at the special programme on World Photography Day on Monday held at Ravindra Bharthi. As many as 160 photographers from across 33 districts in Telangana participated in the competition and around 1,060 entries under 9 categories were received, out of which 572 were selected for a special photography exhibition. V Srinivas Goud, Minister of Exercise and Tourism, presented the awards to the winners along with G Bhaskar, President Telangana Photojournalist Association (TJPA) and Allam Narayana, Chairman Press Academy.last_img

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20km tailback on DhakaTangail highway

first_imgDhaka-Tangail highway witnesses a huge tailback early Saturday. Photo: Sohel MohsinPassengers have been suffering immensely on Dhaka-Tangail highway as vehicles are moving slowly due to 20-km tailback stretching from Mirzapur of Tangail to Chandra of Gazipur.The tailback has been created due to huge pressure of vehicles as holidaymakers are making return journey after Eid, said Khalilur Rahman Patwary, officer-in-charge of Tangail highway police.Besides, vehicular movement is very slow from Mizrapur to Elenga intersection due to the on rush of the vehicles, added the OC.last_img

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Global DlLysine Market Industry Size Demand Growth Analysis Share Revenue Manufacturers

first_imgBMR The Dl-Lysine Market report offers majority of the latest and newest industry data that covers the overall market situation along with future Assessment.The Dl-Lysine Market has witnessed growth from USD XX million to USD XX million from 2014 to 2019. With the CAGR of X.X%, this market is estimated to reach USD XX million in AT2026.Get Sample Copy Of This Report @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/request-sample/3214564?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=shraddha_kThe report mainly studies the size, recent trends and development status of the Dl-Lysine market, as well as investment opportunities, government policy, market dynamics (drivers, restraints, and opportunities), supply chain and competitive landscape. Technological innovation and advancement will further optimize the performance of the product, making it more widely used in downstream applications. Moreover, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis (potential entrants, suppliers, substitutes, buyers, industry competitors) provides crucial information for knowing the Dl-Lysine market.Major players in the global Dl-Lysine market include:Company 1Company 2Company 3Company 4Company 5Company 6Company 7Company 8Company 9Company 10Company 11Company 12Company 13Company 14Company 15On the basis of types, the Dl-Lysine market is primarily split into:Type 1Type 2Type 3On the basis of applications, the market covers:Application 1Application 2Application 3Geographically, the report includes the research on production, consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate, and forecast (2014-2026) of the following regions:United StatesEurope (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, Poland)ChinaJapanIndiaSoutheast Asia (Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam)Central and South America (Brazil, Mexico, Colombia)Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa, Nigeria)Other RegionsChapter 1 provides an overview of Dl-Lysine market, containing global revenue, global production, sales, and CAGR. The forecast and analysis of Dl-Lysine market by type, application, and region are also presented in this chapter.Chapter 2 is about the market landscape and major players. It provides competitive situation and market concentration status along with the basic information of these players.Chapter 3 provides a full-scale analysis of major players in Dl-Lysine industry. The basic information, as well as the profiles, applications and specifications of products market performance along with Business Overview are offered.Chapter 4 gives a worldwide view of Dl-Lysine market. It includes production, market share revenue, price, and the growth rate by type.Chapter 5 focuses on the application of Dl-Lysine, by analyzing the consumption and its growth rate of each application.Get discount to purchase this report @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/request-for-discount/3214564?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=shraddha_kAbout Us:Big Market Research has a range of research reports from various publishers across the world. Our database of reports of various market categories and sub-categories would help to find the exact report you may be looking for.Contact Us:Mr. Abhishek PaliwalBig Market Research5933 NE Win Sivers Drive, #205, Portland,OR 97220 United StatesDirect: +1-971-202-1575Toll Free: +1-800-910-6452E-mail help@bigmarketresearch.comlast_img read more

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first_imgNews | April 20, 2009 SCCT 2009 to Feature Record Number of Abstracts Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. 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April 20, 2009 – The 2009 Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography Annual Scientific Meeting (SCCT 2009) has received nearly 200 scientific abstracts for its fourth annual show, which is scheduled for July 16-19, 2009 in Orlando, FL.This amount of abstracts exceeds the number submitted in previous years, and will comprise the largest single-meeting collection of cardiovascular CT original scientific abstracts, said SCCT. Nominations for the Siemens Outstanding Research (SOAR) Award and the Young Investigator Award (YIA) also surpassed the number of nominations received in previous years. The submitted abstracts cover a wide variety of topics in technology, clinical and basic science research in cardiovascular imaging by computed tomography from internationally recognized experts in cardiovascular CT. The highest volume of abstracts submitted came from the U.S., followed by Germany, Argentina, Japan, Mexico and Australia. 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5 questions for a Costa Rican singer

first_imgAnyone who has seenGustavo Salazar onstage can tell he is quite comfortable there – as if that’s where he was born to be. Nevertheless, he says he still feels as if he’s about to faint before every one of his concerts with the National Philharmonic Orchestra. He has been one of the orchestra’s vocalists almost two years now.As in the case of many artists, Salazar was chased by music until he decided to listen the call coming from the bottom of his heart. But the decision wasn’t easy. When he was a teenager, choosing to become an artist did not seem like a wise decision, so he tried five different universities, studying physiotherapy, industrial design, and education. None of these attempts succeeded in erasing the idea of becoming a musician from Salazar’s head.“When I was trying to leave music, I felt so uncomfortable. So, it’s not that I chose [music]; it made me choose it. It was like: accept you are a musician, or else,” Salazar recalls.Salazar has sung with many bands, and as a soloist, has performed covers and original songs. He has recorded four original albums, one of which won an Association of Composers and Authors (ACAM) award in 2010. He also works in acting, photography and video production. He has just started a personal project Duriegna photo digital magazine and is a book finder at his wife’s digital library, Libreria Infinito.The Tico Times met the artist at the National Auditorium before one of his presentations with the Philharmonic Orchestra to talk about his beginnings, the closed doors he faced, and his experiences with the orchestra. Excerpts follow.How did you become a musician?In high school I started to listen to Guns N’ Roses, Nirvana… At that time [many] families didn’t understand what was to have an artistic child, so it was pretty difficult to tell my parents, “I like music, and that’s what I’m gonna do.” Everybody told me I would die of starvation working as a musician, so I tried to go to university. It didn’t work. I asked myself: What are my life goals? To have a big house, a great car, and be unhappy and frustrated? Or to have a little house, like the one I have now with my wife, and offer happiness and love? I said: “No, I’d better behave like a real person.” So I started to struggle. It was hard. It was painful.When I realized I was empty, when I realized music was not about behaving like an idiot, I decided to find what it really was. I believe that something outside helps if you trust in it. I believe in God and in the Virgin Mary. I felt a lot of help from that side. I made it out [of that world], and met my wife. And I understood that fame doesn’t exist, that money can’t define me, and that the love of people is the only thing that matters, and how you respond to such love; in the best way you can, singing with the soul. I do what I do because it’s what I like. (Courtesy of Orquesta Filarmónica)How did you become a singer with National Philharmonic Orchestra?I was used to performing at restaurants and bars in front of 15 or 20 people. I thought I was happy like that: my wife and I managed to have food on our table. I was invited to go to an audition, but I thought “Come on, it’s the Philharmonic Orchestra, and with the talent we have in Costa Rica, they will never choose me.” Years passed, and another friend told me to call the orchestra. I said to my wife, “Why am I gonna call if they’re gonna say no?” She said, “OK, then call to hear them say no.”They asked me to send them a video, and then they asked for more… then to do an audition. [When I was accepted], I had to learn three songs for the show “Italia con Amor.” When they told me that, I started getting ready to go, and the conductor asked me, “Gustavo, where are you going?” I told him I was going to practice. He answered: “But we haven’t discussed how much we will pay you,” and my reaction was like, “What? You will pay me?” Honestly, if I had had to ask for a loan to pay to play with the Philharmonic Orchestra, I would have done it.How was that first experience with the Philharmonic?I can’t tell you all the times I was about to cry, to throw up, to faint… During the rehearsals, one of the singers didn’t show up. The orchestra had to practice the song and I knew it, so I started to sing so they could practice it. The conductor told me I was going to sing that one, too. I ended up singing five songs. I thought I had to rehearse under the same kind of pressure I was going to feel at the Melico Salazar Theater, so I went to the San Ramón park in the afternoons, put on my earphones, and started to sing a cappella. If I made a mistake, I started all over again. But the stress I felt was not even close to what I felt at the theater.When I was going to sing my first song, I thought I was going to go unnoticed for being a novice, but when people gave me a standing ovation, I was crying! I can’t tell you how exciting it was. Even though we later did a concert at La Sabana in front of 20,000 people, and at Parque Viva for 7,000,  that first day at the Melico Salazar Theater is a day I will never forget. It marked my life, my soul. I want to cry just remembering it.How would you describe your introduction to Costa Rica’s music scene?Before, when there was no internet, the radio played Costa Rican music. I think that when the radio realized it had that power, it stopped supporting those bands if it didn’t get anything in return. I went to knock on doors and all of them were closed. I once saw my CD under the desk of a radio programmer: he said it was lost because it has been sent to a radio station in Argentina, but really, he had thrown it on the floor… That was a terrible time, when you had to pay a lot to have one song played on the radio.But then YouTube and Facebook came along. Saying, “Now I don’t need the radio,” felt so good. Some friends had to pay a ₡150,000 (about $300) to have a song played on the radio, and now I play ₡20,000 or ₡30,000 (about $40-60)  and my song can be put wherever I want. Now, it’s so easy.What is the relationship you want between the public, you, and your music?So close, you can’t see any division. I have to be onstage because that’s the way people can see me, but there must be no division between the artist and the public. It’s just someone from the public who went up onstage and sang. We don’t have to idealize that. It is someone who will hug you and thank you for coming. We’re all the same.The relationship with music is simple to understand. I say it’s like a moody lover, because if you ask music for money, it will not only not give it to you, but it will also take away whatever money you already have. If you ask music for fame, it will not only not give it to you, but the moment will come when not even your mom knows your name. If you ask music for power, it will put you at the end of the line. But if you just give it love, at some point it may love you back. Facebook Comments Related posts:5 questions for blues musician Steve Arvey 5 questions for Costa Rican street artist MUSH 5 questions for Costa Rican painter Man Yu Fung 5 questions for a couple of clowns in Costa Ricalast_img read more

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first_img Top Stories 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Sponsored Stories Representatives of Tuoi Tre were not permitted to give evidence at the trial. The paper’s editors declined comment.All media in Vietnam is tightly controlled, but free speech activists say enforcement is getting tougher by a government that fears that hard-hitting journalism and social media are eroding its grip over the people. There are currently at least five journalists and 19 bloggers being held on various charges in Vietnam, according to the international watchdog Reporters Without Borders.Editors and journalists in Vietnam do not have to submit everything they print or broadcast to state censors, but are well aware of which topics they are to avoid. In 2008, a journalist for Thanh Nien newspaper was sentenced to two years in prison for his coverage of a high-profile corruption case at the transport ministry.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) The United States, which is seeking closer ties with Vietnam but has pledged to press the government on human rights issues, issued a statement saying it was concerned that Khuoung’s sentence “may reflect political considerations and not just his alleged act of bribery.”Christopher Hodges, a spokesman for the American Embassy in Hanoi, said the U.S. also was concerned by the number of journalists and bloggers being held by the government and the “chilling effect on the media environment.”Khuong, who has been in jail since February, gave a police officer a bribe of $710 in June last year in order to get an impounded motorbike returned.The 37-year-old paid the bribe as part of reporting on police corruption and later wrote two articles about it that appeared in Tuoi Tre, triggering public anger at the police. Judges at the two-day trial in southern Ho Chi Minh city sentenced him to four years in jail, and the officer who took the money to five, according to a report in Tuoi Tre. Four other people were also sentenced to prison terms in connection with the case, including Khuong’s brother-in-law.In a speech before his sentence was handed down, Khuong said he “had honest motives in detecting and fighting corruption in line with party and state policies,” and that while he may have committed a journalistic error he had done nothing criminal. Comments   Share   4 sleep positions for men and what they mean How men can have a healthy 2019 Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Associated PressHANOI, Vietnam (AP) – A Vietnamese journalist who bribed a police officer as part of an undercover investigation into corruption was sentenced to four years in prison on Friday, while the officer who accepted the money got a five-year sentence, state-controlled media reported.Relatives and colleagues of Hoang Khuong stood up and cheered after he made a statement to the court proclaiming his innocence, according to a report by his paper, Tuoi Tre. The reaction appeared to be a rare, albeit modest, show of public defiance toward the state and its Communist rulers, who critics say are launching a renewed crackdown on the media. Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion projectlast_img read more

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Unwanted gift from Stalin Warsaw Palace of Culture turns 60

first_img Comments   Share   The palace also boasts a popular viewing platform on the 30th floor. Tragically, eight people, including a Frenchman, chose the viewing area to plunge to their deaths, until protective grates were installed in the 1970s.After Poland shed communism in 1989, calls were made for the palace to be torn down in a symbolic gesture of doing away with the Soviet past. But the city ended up preserving it due to its Socialist realist architecture — which in recent years has begun to gain some appreciation– and because it is part of the city and the country’s history.“It’s good that it’s still standing here,” Bak said. “But it would be good to clean it a bit.”Foreign tourists also appreciate it.“I think it is an extraordinary piece of architecture,” said Paul Kulig, a high school student visiting from Edmonton, Canada. “Just seeing those ballrooms and the history behind them, how the communists would meet there, discuss politics and, obviously, drink together because that’s just what they did — it was extremely neat.”Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Parents, stop beating yourself up WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Some Poles liken the skyscraper to an elephant in lace underpants. A famous poet dubbed it “the nightmare of a drunken baker.” And one joke goes that it provides the best view of Warsaw because you can’t see the building from inside.Warsaw’s Palace of Culture and Science has been derided as an oppressive eyesore ever since Soviet dictator Josef Stalin built it as his personal gift to the city. On Wednesday –having survived persistent calls to tear it down — the building marked its 60th birthday as an enduring symbol of a city that has known waves of destruction. Top Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Exhibitions of the palace photos and caricatures opened and officials were to raise a birthday toast with Champagne. Concerts and fireworks are also planned over the weekend, to mark the anniversary of a building that Warsaw residents have finally come to appreciate. Rising 42 floors, it remains Poland’s tallest building and it boasts over 350,000 visitors each year. A growing number of them are foreign tourists curious to explore the many corners of the massive Soviet-style edifice.“I like it, it’s nice,” said Joanna Golabek. “I don’t mind its history so much. I have good associations with the concerts and the events that I attended there.”In the early 1950s, when Warsaw was still largely a sea of ruins after World War II, some 5,000 Soviet and Polish workers built the skyscraper in less than three years, complete with marble interiors and impressive crystal chandeliers. Some 18 were killed in on-site accidents.Stalin offered to build the edifice in 1951, while the Soviet Union was strengthening its grip on Poland and other countries in the region. The money and most materials came from the Soviet Union; Polish and Soviet officials opened the building, then-named after Stalin, with great pomp on July 22, 1955. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies “It was an unwanted gift mainly because, as we say, it was a gift from Stalin and for obvious reason it was not welcome,” said Renata Kaznowska, head of the city-run building’s management board. “Its difficult childhood also comes from the fact that a whole section of old houses had to be pulled down to make room for it.”A team of Soviet architects, led by Lev Rudnev, styled it after similar buildings in Moscow, but added traditional Polish features like wooden box ceilings, pillars and carved stone ornaments.Polish poet Wladyslaw Broniewski famously called building — stacked like a wedding cake — “the nightmare of a drunken baker.”Even as an eyesore, the structure was — and remains — very functional. It houses theaters, cinemas, museums, a swimming pool, a concert and congress hall and many scientific organizations. It also “employs” 11 cats that fight rodents in the basement.“For those times it really was a great support for culture,” said Wit Henryk Bak, 76, who worked in the building in 1958 as an elevator technician. He recalled how Warsaw’s downtown in the 1950s was still a wasteland of “only debris and debris all around.” Sponsored Stories How men can have a healthy 2019 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Mesa family survives lightning strike to home In this photo taken Monday, July 20, 2015, cars are parked in front of the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw, Poland. The building was a gift from Soviet leader Josef Stalin and is celebrating its 60th birthday on Wednesday. Some officials called for the building to be torn down in a symbolic gesture after Poland shed communism and Moscow’s dominance in 1989, but the opinion prevailed that it is a witness to national history and should be preserved. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)n last_img read more

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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >The Outrigger Laguna Phuket Beach Resort has announced over 20 delectable foodie events for the festive period 24 December to 1 January.The mouth-watering creations by executive chefs Roberto Conrad, Mustapha Haj Omar and Aod Sittikraisit have been created to make Christmas and New Year a culinary sensation.Chef Roberto will showcase Locavore at its festive best with a Christmas Eve Buffet featuring slow-roasted grain-fed Australian sirloin, Christmas turkey with all the trimmings, roast leg of lamb and more (adults THB1,990++; kids THB950++) or savour grilled lobster, fin de Claire oysters and the outdoor beachfront barbecue at Edgewater (THB2990++/1200++).Christmas carols and cocktails take place at Icon with a local choir 6.30pm until midnight on the 24 December.On Christmas Day, Wagyu beef Tomahawk steak and Argentinian Malbec are the highlights at Locavore, 12 noon to 10pm (THB3990++), while Metzo’s offers a brunch feast of charcoal grill signature dishes, shawarma specialities, mezze and tapas, plus turkey with all the trimmings (extra charge THB300++), with two hours free-flow drinks (THB990++/THB2290++ with beverages), 11:30am to 3:30pm. There are rumours that Santa might make an appearance.After a day of festivities and gifts, chill to jazz and soul with an evening seafood barbecue by the beach at Edgewater (THB1600++/800++)For New Year the focus is on the Gala Dinner and Dance at Locavore with five-piece live band, magician, DJ, fireworks and a luxurious international buffet (THB7000++/3500++).Edgewater will bring in the New Year at the beachfront with a sumptuous five-course set menu for lobster lovers (THB5900++/2950++). Alternatively, guests can reserve a private room, terrace or bistro table for Mediterranean delights at Metzo’s 6-10.30pm (THB2500++/900++).On New Year’s Day, Locavore will restore equilibrium with a special full international brunch with optional spicy Thai Bloody Mary on arrival (THB1250++/625++).Other highlights include a Lebanese buffet in the evening of 27 December and Chef Aod’s authentic Thai-Thai experiences on the 27 and 29 December. There’s Singapore chilli crab or a meat-eaters’ special with Chef Mustapha on the evening of 28 December.“With our brand-new layout at Metzo’s and the combination of our Locavore, Edgewater and Icon venues, we have the perfect setting for a fabulous festive period,” said Tony Pedroni, General Manager.Kids’ Night OutThe ‘Kids Night Out’ initiative offers parents the option of placing their children in the kids’ club if they are dining in one of the hotel restaurants. Children eat at the club, watch movies and engage in fun activities from 6 to 9pm for THB 700++, kids’ meal and drinks included.Mr Pedroni recommends early bookings for each culinary event over the festive period to avoid disappointment.The Outrigger Laguna Phuket Beach Resort is located in Laguna Phuket on Bang Tao Beach, 20 minutes from the airport. The hotel can arrange roundtrip taxis for Phuket residents seeking to join festive season culinary events by Outrigger.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

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