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MacKenzie Porter About You

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement Facebook MacKenzie Porter- “About You” (Big Loud Records): This country singer/songwriter from Western Canada is now kicking up her bootheels in Music City to fine effect.She is the first Canadian signing to top Nashville-based label Big Loud Records, and this is the first project that the label is focusing on north of the border. This new cut (out today) is produced by hitmaker Joey Moi (Florida Georgia Line, Dallas Smith, Nickelback), and suggests Big Loud has backed a winner.On this track, Porter displays a supple and convincing vocal style, while the lyrical content is subtly subversive. It begins by stressing that this is not just another of those feel-good party songs that dominate the country genre these days. “It ain’t about turn it up to 10, a party for your friends, it’s about lessons learned and getting what you deserve,” she declares, in what emerges as a post-break-up song. Moi adds the big production sound he specialises in, making this a radio-friendly contender. Login/Register With:center_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitterlast_img read more

Canadian wireless carriers begin presales for BlackBerry 10 model with keyboard

by David Friend, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 9, 2013 10:08 am MDT Canadian wireless carriers begin presales for BlackBerry 10 model with keyboard TORONTO – Loyal Canadian BlackBerry users who refuse to give up their keypad will finally have a chance to upgrade to a newer version starting this week.A number of retailers and wireless carriers across the country began accepting presales for the BlackBerry Q10 physical keypad smartphone on Tuesday. The device is expected to arrive in stores by the end of the month.The new model, which sports both a keypad and a touchscreen, has been highly anticipated by some longtime BlackBerry fans.Both Rogers Communications (TSX:RCI.B) and Telus (TSE:T) say presales are underway for the device, but neither would provide a date for when the Q10 would be available. Bell (TSX:BCE) will begin preorders on April 19, the company said.All three companies are selling the phone on a three-year contract for $199.99. Telus and Bell said they will sell the phone without a contract for $700.Rogers will sell the phone for $649.99 without a contract, and will be the only Canadian carrier that offers the BlackBerry Q10 in a white version, as well as the more common black model.Retailers Best Buy and Future Shop said they are also taking preorders at its stores.When the Waterloo, Ont.-based smartphone maker revealed its new phones in January, several analysts were critical of BlackBerry’s decision to stagger the release of the touchscreen and keypad versions.Earlier this week, presales for the BlackBerry Q10 began in the U.K. at Carphone Warehouse and Phones4u.The timeframe for a U.S. release hasn’t been announced, though it’s expected sometime in May or June. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Thousands of retired soldiers protest through London over charging of Soldier F

The ride turned at Trafalgar Square to go down The Mall and past Buckingham Palace. Tourists ignored the Guardsmen outside and shifted their attention to the mass of leather and snarling exhausts heading up Constitution Hill (although The Telegraph can confirm not one of the soldiers fidgeted whilst they were temporarily ignored).At Hyde Park corner groups began to peel off and the ride started to disperse.A bewildered Deliveroo take-away scooter rider, that had somehow become enmeshed in the procession, tried to nudge his way through the swarming pack of Harleys; maroon lions circling a startled deer. Harry Wragg, the organiser of the protest, doubts Soldier F will get a fair trial and envisages many such actions to come. “I think you’ll get a lot more of this,” he said, “and future veterans will lose faith.“Its alright calling out the troops in times of need, but then as soon as it’s over they’re quite happy to prosecute you.” Rolling Thunder heads through central London. April 12, 2019.Credit:Anthony Upton Then on again, into a crowded Parliament Square, crowds thronging the footpath and spilling into the road.Dennis Hutchings, 77, from Cawsand, Cornwall, another veteran due to be tried for murder over events in Northern Ireland two years after Bloody Sunday, saluted as the riders turned up Whitehall towards Downing Street.Lewis Enriquez, 67, from Clapham, whose brother Ellio was injured in the British Army, was on another Harley Davidson. He said it was important to support the veterans as they did a “brilliant job” during their service. Thousands of retired soldiers descended on Parliament on motorbikes to protest at the decision to charge Soldier F over Bloody Sunday.Around 8,000 riders snaked through central London in an organised go-slow protest. Park Lane, one of the busiest roads in the capital, was closed to allow the bikers to form up.Traffic was brought to a halt around Parliament Square and on Westminster and Vauxhall Bridges as the protesters, engines revving constantly, slowly made their way through the city.Soldier F, a former paratrooper in his 70s, is the only soldier being prosecuted over Bloody Sunday. He has been charged with two murders and four attempted murders during the events which took place on January 30, 1972.The show of support, dubbed Rolling Thunder, was arranged mostly on Facebook. Riders started to arrive from 10 o’clock in the morning. Rolling Thunder was thought to have attracted around 8,000 riders. April 12, 2019. A member of the Rolling Thunder ride in support of Soldier F.Credit:Anthony Upton Dion ‘Cass’ Cassidy, from North Wales, said Soldier F did not deserve to be persecuted for doing his job.“Something’s got to be done and we want justice, we want to be heard.“He’s 77 years old, he’s done his time. He can’t be persecuted now, 48 years after. It’s wrong, totally wrong.” A member of the Rolling Thunder ride in support of Soldier F. Dean Cumberpatch, from Lincolnshire, said “it’s a travesty that the government are charging veterans so long after their service”.Another Harley rider, Gavin, from Wolverhampton, agreed and said Soldier F was being used as a scapegoat. “You can’t be given instructions to do something and then be told 40 years later, ‘no that’s wrong’,” he said. “It’s ridiculous.”The riders were a mostly mature bunch; in years if not temperament (one patch read ‘I ride too fast to worry about cholesterol’). Some seemed as old as the Royal Enfield bikes beneath them.Many wore embroidered salutes to fallen friends: Jackie, Alan, The Hog. Some displayed their affiliations: to the All Arms Veterans, or the Meridian Chapter among others.Rolling Thunder drifted past Lambeth Palace, sirens and horns startling the smokers outside St Thomas’ hospital.The volume went up outside Parliament. The police marshals, at the head of the procession, allowed the ride to halt briefly outside the Palace of Westminster. British democratic freedom to protest in action. There was much revving of engines and one inhabitant – an MP perhaps, able to influence things? – leaned out of an upstairs window taking pictures. By one o’clock in the afternoon thousands of bikes had taken over the closed south-bound carriageway of Park Lane, adjacent to Hyde Park. Engines were growling and the riders were keen to get going.The head marshal for the event, JT, a former Regimental Sergeant Major in 2 PARA, was striding around with a megaphone, announcing the time of departure.“Half past!” he boomed. “That’s thirteen-thirty hours for the army, just after lunch for the Navy!”  Flags and posters were in abundance, with many Union Jacks and regimental crests on display. Mostly though, the banners consisted of a maroon flag with sky blue Parachute Regiment crest and slogan: ‘I stand with Soldier F’.In a roar, the Rolling Thunder protest started. The Telegraph stuck out a thumb and managed to jump on with Dion Cassidy, astride his Harley Davidson Greycoat.Onlookers were mostly supportive, with many filming the ride on mobile phones. A few had fingers in ears or hands over mouths to protect against the fug of exhaust fumes that drifted slowly through Victoria and over Vauxhall Bridge. Rolling Thunder heads through central London. April 12, 2019. A group of climate change protesters from the ‘Youth Strike 4 Climate’ demonstration, that had just finished in Parliament Square, stared aghast as mirrored exhaust pipes belched smoke. The ‘Rolling Thunder’ Motorbike protest through central London in support of Soldier F. April 12, 2019. Credit:Anthony Upton The 'Rolling Thunder' Motorbike protest through central London in support of Soldier F. April 12, 2019.  Rolling Thunder was thought to have attracted around 8,000 riders. April 12, 2019.Credit:Anthony Upton 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. read more

It very well could be worse Lucky escape for passengers on flight

first_img Source: Lenny Curry/Twitter Share21 Tweet Email1 Short URL Image: AP/PA Images https://jrnl.ie/4619833 26 Comments 39,098 Views Source: Jax Sheriff’s Office/Twitter Saturday 4 May 2019, 11:45 AM Boeing said it was aware of the incident and gathering information.The plane involved was a Boeing 737-800, in operation for 18 years, according to website FlightRadar24.Boeing is under scrutiny following two crashes that killed over 340 passengers and crew and grounded its newer 737 MAX planes worldwide.Both a Lion Air crash in Indonesia in October, and March’s Ethiopian Airlines crash outside Addis Ababa, occurred shortly after takeoff.With reporting from AFP – © – AFP 2019 A BOEING 737 plane skidded off a runway and into a river after crash-landing during a lightning storm in Florida yesterday, officials said. The plane carrying 143 people, including crew from Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, slammed into shallow waters next to a naval air station in Jacksonville after a hard landing that saw the plane bounce and swerve down the runway, passengers said.No fatalities or critical injuries were reported and passengers evacuated the plane from the wings.“As we went down … the plane bounced and screeched, and bounced more and lifted to the right, and then it lifted to the left,” one passenger told CNN.“And then it sort of swerved and then it came to a complete crash stop,” she said. Some oxygen masks deployed and overhead lockers flew open during the landing, she added. Some 21 adults were taken to local hospitals but no one was critically injured, Jacksonville sheriff’s office said on Twitter. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article May 4th 2019, 11:46 AM Image: AP/PA Images Others were treated for minor injuries at the scene. Naval Air Station Jacksonville said in a statement that all 136 passengers and seven aircrew on board had been accounted for.Captain Michael Connor, commanding officer at NAS Jacksonville, told a news conference it was a “miracle” no more serious injuries or fatalities had occurred.“We could be talking about a different story this evening, so I think there’s a lot to say about, you know, the professionalism of the folks that helped the passengers off the airplane … it very well could be worse,” he said.The National Transportation Safety Board said a team was being sent to investigate the incident. Navy security and emergency response personnel including some 90 firefighters attended the scene.Jacksonville mayor Lenny Curry tweeted that the White House had called to offer assistance as the situation was developing. “All alive and accounted for. Our Fire and Rescue teams are family to all,” said Curry. By Conor McCrave We have a commercial plane down on the river. I’ve been briefed by our Fire and Rescue. They are on the scene. While they work please pray.— Lenny Curry (@lennycurry) May 4, 2019 ‘It very well could be worse’: Lucky escape for passengers on flight which crashed into Florida river ‘It sort of swerved and then it came to a complete crash stop’ a passenger said. Statement from @NASJax_ reference the airplane incident in the St. Johns River. pic.twitter.com/DkfMDSavM2— Jax Sheriff’s Office (@JSOPIO) May 4, 2019last_img read more

It makes you feel proud More than 1500 frontline workers to march

first_img Short URL IRISH EMERGENCY AND security workers are getting ready to celebrate their second National Services Day with a parade and concert in Dublin.Last year Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced that the first Saturday in September every year will celebrate Irish frontline workers so they can get the public recognition “they so rightly deserve.”Previously, members of frontline services had been arranging their own parade, but groups came to the government in 2018 to ask for the day to be officially recognised.An estimated 1,500 emergency service workers will take part in this year’s parade, which kicks off at 12 noon on Saturday 7 September. The parade will leave Parnell Square in Dublin city centre and make its way down O’Connell Street and over O’Connell Bridge.It will then go onto Westmoreland Street before going up Dame Street and into Dublin Castle.Legendary GAA commentator Michaéal Ó Muircheartaigh will be Grand Marshall.A special concert this Saturday 31 August at the National Concert Hall will feature choirs and bands from various services. Jack Lukeman is among the special guest performers. Speaking at a media briefing today in Dublin Castle, Health Minister Simon Harris said the day was to “show our gratitude to our emergency and security services… the people that go to work every day to keep us safe, to keep us secure, and help us when we’re in need”. Minister Simon Harris said the day was a chance for the public to show their gratitude to emergency services. Source: Sam BoalCiarán Byrne, who has been a paramedic in the National Ambulance Service for 20 years, said the day demonstrates how all the different emergency organisations can come together in a crisis. 13 Comments Georgia Quarrell (6) from Melbourne, Australia with Shannon the Irish Wolf Hound and handler David Dickson. Image: Sam Boal 12,780 Views ‘It makes you feel proud’: More than 1,500 frontline workers to march in National Services Day parade National Services Day, which honours emergency workers, will take place on 7 Sept. Georgia Quarrell (6) from Melbourne, Australia with Shannon the Irish Wolf Hound and handler David Dickson. Image: Sam Boal Share66 Tweet Email https://jrnl.ie/4784081 By Andrew Roberts Aug 27th 2019, 5:06 PM With the heavy storms and heavy snow the joint voluntary services joined in together with the front line services and really helped out and enabled us to get to places we wouldn’t have been able to reach otherwise.He said for all the services to come together on a single day and for them to be recognised, “it’s very worthwhile and makes you feel proud”.Each of the services will display their specialist equipment and formation drills for the general public on the day of the parade at Dublin Castle.It was estimated that 20,000 people attended the event in Dublin Castle last year. Check out the website to find out more. Tuesday 27 Aug 2019, 5:06 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Mugabe resigns as Zimbabwe president

first_imgZimbabwe president Robert Mugabe speaks at a news conference at State House in Harare, Zimbabwe 19 April , 2000. Photo: ReutersRobert Mugabe resigned as Zimbabwe’s president on Tuesday a week after the army and his former political allies moved against him, ending four decades of rule by a man who turned from independence hero to archetypal African strongman.The 93-year-old had clung on for a week after an army takeover and expulsion from his own ruling ZANU-PF party, but resigned shortly after parliament began an impeachment process seen as the only legal way to force him out.Wild celebrations broke out at a joint sitting of parliament when Speaker Jacob Mudenda announced Mugabe’s resignation and suspended the impeachment procedure.People danced and car horns blared on the streets of Harare at news that the era of Mugabe – who has led Zimbabwe since independence in 1980 – was finally over.Some people held posters of Zimbabwean army chief General Constantino Chiwenga and former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa, whose sacking this month triggered the military takeover that forced Mugabe to resign.Mugabe is the only leader Zimbabwe has known since a guerrilla struggle ended white-minority rule in the former Rhodesia.During his reign, he took the once-rich country to economic ruin and kept his grip on power through repression of opponents, although he styled himself as the Grand Man of African politics and kept the admiration of many people across Africa.The army seized power after Mugabe sacked Mnangagwa, ZANU-PF’s favourite to succeed him, to smooth a path to the presidency for his wife Grace, 52, known to her critics as “Gucci Grace” for her reputed fondness for luxury shopping.But Mugabe refused to resign, prompting the impeachment procedure which would have been the only legal was to force him out.Mnangagwa, whose whereabouts are unknown after fleeing the country in fear for his safety, is expected to take over as president.A former security chief known as The Crocodile, he was a key lieutenant to Mugabe for decades and stands accused of participating in repression against Zimbabweans who challenged the leader.Reuters reported in September that Mnangagwa was plotting to succeed Mugabe, with army backing, at the helm of a broad coalition. The plot posited an interim unity government with international blessing to allow for Zimbabwe’s re-engagement with the world after decades of isolation from global lenders and donors.Mugabe led Zimbabwe’s liberation war and is hailed as one of post-colonial Africa’s founding fathers and a staunch supporter of the drive to free neighbouring South Africa from apartheid in 1994.But many say he has damaged Zimbabwe’s economy, democracy and judiciary by staying in power for too long and has used violence to crush perceived political opponents. The country faces a foreign exchange payments crisis and roaring inflation.Since the crisis began, Mugabe has been mainly confined to his “Blue Roof” mansion in the capital where Grace is also believed to be.last_img read more

Before the Big Bang A Twin Universe

first_imgThe new study suggests that the universe that came before our own universe was its identical twin. Image credit: NASA and ESA. Satellites assisting look into hurricanes Until very recently, asking what happened at or before the Big Bang was considered by physicists to be a religious question. General relativity theory just doesn’t go there – at T=0, it spews out zeros, infinities, and errors – and so the question didn’t make sense from a scientific view. Explore further That means that our universe today, roughly 13.7 billion years after the bounce, would share many of the same properties of the pre-bounce universe at 13.7 billion years before the bounce. In a sense, our universe has a mirror image of itself, with the Big Bang (or bounce) as the line of symmetry. “In the universe before the bounce, all the general features will be the same,” said Singh. “It will follow the same dynamical equations, the Einstein’s equations when the universe is large. Our model predicts that this happens when the universe becomes of the order 100 times larger than the Planck size. Further, the matter content will be the same, and it will have the same evolution. Since the pre-bounce universe is contracting, it will look as if we were looking at ours backward in time.”Specifically, Corichi and Singh calculate that the change in relative fluctuations across the bounce is less than 10-56, a number which becomes even smaller for universes that grow larger than 1 megaparsec (our universe is somewhere between 3,000 and 6,000 megaparsecs). As the researchers explain, having an identical twin universe would not necessarily mean that every single feature of both universes would be identical. For instance, it doesn’t imply that there was another you that existed at some point, a person who has already lived your life. “If one were able to look at certain microscopic properties with a very strong microscope – a very high-energy experiment probing the Planck scale – one might see differences in some quantities, just as one might see that twins have different fingerprints or one has a mole and the other does not, or a different DNA,” Singh said.As Singh explained, there are still many questions regarding the details of the possible pre-bounce universe. “The biggest question is whether these features survive when we consider more complex situations,” he said. “For example, one would like to know whether some structures present in the previous universe – like galaxies – will leave some imprint in the new expanding one that will give rise to identical structure or just ‘similar.’ For instance, it could happen that, in the previous universe, galaxies formed in a different way, so one might have a different distribution of galaxies on the other side. We will be able to answer this question when we understand these models.” Ultimately, Corichi and Singh’s model might even tell us what a future universe would look like. Depending on how fast our present universe is accelerating – which will ultimately determine its fate – there’s a possibility that a generalization of the model would predict a re-collapse of our own universe.“Such a universe will have many bounces from one branch to another,” Singh said. “It is also possible that universes in different branches will be identical.”More information: Corichi, Alejandro, and Singh, Parampreet. “Quantum bounce and cosmic recall.” Arxiv:0710.4543v2. Accepted for publication in Physical Review Letters.Copyright 2008 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com.center_img But in the past few years, a new theory called Loop Quantum Gravity (LQG) has emerged. The theory suggests the possibility of a “quantum bounce,” where our universe stems from the collapse of a previous universe. Yet what that previous universe looked like was still beyond answering.Now, physicists Alejandro Corichi from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and Parampreet Singh from the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Ontario have developed a simplified LQG model that gives an intriguing answer: a pre-Big Bang universe might have looked a lot like ours. Their study will appear in an upcoming issue of Physical Review Letters.“The significance of this concept is that it answers what happened to the universe before the Big Bang,” Singh told PhysOrg.com. “It has remained a mystery, for models that could resolve the Big Bang singularity, whether it is a quantum foam or a classical space-time on the other side. For instance, if it were a quantum foam, we could not speak about a space-time, a notion of time, etc. Our study shows that the universe on the other side is very classical as ours.”The finding builds on previous research, with some important differences. Last year, Penn State physicist Martin Bojowald used a simplified version of LQG to show that a universe “on the other side” of the bounce could have existed. However, although that model produced valid math, no observations of our current universe could have lead to any understanding of the state of the pre-bounce universe, as nothing was preserved across the bounce. Bojowald described this as a sort of “cosmic amnesia.”But Corichi and Singh have modified the simplified LQG theory further by approximating a key equation called the quantum constraint. Using their version, called sLQG, the researchers show that the relative fluctuations of volume and momentum in the pre-bounce universe are conserved across the bounce. “This means that the twin universe will have the same laws of physics and, in particular, the same notion of time as in ours,” Singh said. “The laws of physics will not change because the evolution is always unitary, which is the nicest way a quantum system can evolve. In our analogy, it will look identical to its twin when seen from afar; one could not distinguish them.” Citation: Before the Big Bang: A Twin Universe? (2008, April 9) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2008-04-big-twin-universe.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

NGT slams DTC notice to Tata Ashok Leyland

first_imgThe National Green Tribunal on Monday flayed Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) for running its air conditioned buses without passengers for a major part of the day.Irked at improper maintenance of the DTC buses, the green panel also issued notice to the Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland, which supply buses, and directed their senior-most official to be present on next date of hearing.“Unfortunately, we also live in Delhi. Your huge buses ply empty for at least five hours a day. Have you rationalised on this aspect? It is shocking that nobody listens in DTC. Your buses are more than overcrowded. Also Read – Man arrested for making hoax call at IGI airport“We are thinking about afternoon when most of your AC buses, which have a capacity of 60, are empty. After 9.30 pm most of your buses which go to airport have only one or two passengers. You are wasting government revenue, creating traffic chaos and causing environmental pollution,” a Bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar said. The Tribunal’s observation came after DTC MD, who was present in pursuance to the green panel’s notice, told the bench that rationalisation and assessment of bus routes was an ongoing process. Favouring small size buses during lean traffic period, the Tribunal said: “You should change your buses when traffic is lean and ply buses which are smaller in size. We are not asking you to stop the bus service rather you should change the size of bus. Also Read – Disqualified AAP MLA Kapil Mishra, women’s wing chief join BJP“Do you know the cost of running these buses? How many buses have you tested for noise? What do you test the buses for? Have you ever seen a single bus which does not make horrible noise? Their noise is annoying. if anyone is behind that bus he will get mad within no time.” The Tribunal directed DTC to carry out a study to bring base line data, rationalisation of bus routes and details about maintenance of DTC buses “which is not farce”.“We don’t want great thesis. Give us a specific reply,” it said. The Bench also asked DTC officials to apply minds into the design of buses.last_img read more

The Arizona Cardinals will be without the services

first_imgThe Arizona Cardinals will be without the services of running back Ryan Williams on Sunday, head coach Ken Whisenhunt said.Whiz said Williams could play if he wanted to on Tuesday, but announced Friday that the running back would continue to work on his fitness.“Ryan’s not going to play,” Whisenhunt said. “We said all along that we were going to be conservative with that and I think he really pushed it hard this week, especially Wednesday night, and he’s got a little bit of soreness, so I don’t want to risk it.” Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Top Stories What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’center_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Williams ruptured his patellar tendon in his right knee in a preseason game last season against the Green Bay Packers and has been working to get back to full health ever since.“I’m still anxious at the same time because I haven’t played a game in a while, but I’m not because I want to make sure I’m completely comfortable, and going to be comfortable with myself,” Williams said after practice Tuesday. The running back out of Virginia Tech has not seen a minute of playing time in the regular NFL season yet.The Cardinals open their preseason on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints in the Hall of Fame Game.Arizona Sports 620’s Kyndra de St. Aubin contributed to this report. 0 Comments   Share   last_img read more

Actors Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle are shown in

first_img Actors Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle are shown in a scene from the film “On Chesil Beach” in this undated handout photo. Saoirse Ronan is taking a bit of a break. On the heels of the success of the coming-of-age dramedy “Lady Bird,” which earned her a best-actress Oscar nomination for playing the teenage protagonist, the Irish star says she’s doing press for the new films “On Chesil Beach” and “The Seagull” and then taking the summer off. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Elevation Pictures TORONTO – Saoirse Ronan is taking a bit of a break.On the heels of the success of the coming-of-age dramedy “Lady Bird,” which earned her a third Oscar nomination, the Irish star says she’s doing press for the new films “On Chesil Beach” and “The Seagull” and then taking the summer off.“You have to reset after all of that,” Ronan said in a recent phone interview, referring to the whirlwind ride with “Lady Bird,” which got five Academy Award nominations in total.“It was brilliant — God, it was such an amazing time and it’s only just happened, so it’s still very fresh for people, which is great. And I love having people come up to me and tell me how much they loved it and why they loved it and what they were able to relate to in the film.“But … it’s like six months of chatting about one film, so you do need a break away…. You go through these stages of being very, very boring and having nothing to talk about after you do a press junket like that, because you’ve been talking so much, and then you sort of reset and then you’re back to normal.“So it’s definitely important for me to do that before I go back to work.”Opening Friday in Toronto and the rest of Canada on June 1, “On Chesil Beach” is a tragic romance directed by Dominic Cooke and based on the Booker Prize-shortlisted novel by Ian McEwan, who also wrote the screenplay.Ronan and Billy Howle star as newlyweds whose different backgrounds and poor communication skills result in a disastrous honeymoon in England in the summer of 1962.This is Ronan’s second time working with McEwan after 2007’s “Atonement,” which also earned her an Oscar nomination.“He was a big part of me having such a special experience at such an early age, and so I had always stayed in touch with him and wanted to do something else together,” said the 24-year-old.“Then when I was about 16 I heard that they wanted to turn ‘On Chesil Beach’ into a film and I wasn’t the right age.”Luckily it took a few years to develop.“I was trying to find something that would be like a transitional role from children’s roles to more of a grown-up role, and that had always been something that I had had my eye on to serve that purpose,” Ronan said.“As well as it just being a story that I loved and was heartbroken by, and it was written by someone that I knew personally. So it always seemed like it was the right thing to be involved in.”Another project Ronan has been following for several years: the upcoming “Mary Queen of Scots,” which she signed on for at age 18.“I really believed in telling her story,” she said. “It’s so fascinating what happened to her, and heartbreaking.“She had a great deal of humanity to her, which I think you don’t really see with a lot of rulers or certainly portrayal of rulers around that time.”That film is slated to open in the winter — after Ronan’s summertime reset.“I’m just going to go on loads of holidays, go to loads of different beaches and get a bit of a suntan and eat loads of lovely food, and just travel basically and find the next thing to do,” she said.“But it is lovely to have the time to do it and to be afforded the time to really pick what the right next thing should be and not feel rushed into it.” Saoirse Ronan follows up ‘Lady Bird’ with ‘On Chesil Beach’ – and the real beachcenter_img by Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press Posted May 23, 2018 8:59 am PDT Last Updated May 23, 2018 at 12:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

Rock trio The Record Company is back but not much

first_imgRock trio The Record Company is back but not much changed This image released by Concord Records shows, from left, Marc Cazorla, Chris Vos and Alex Stiff of The Record Company. The band’s latest album, “All Of This Life,” releases on June 22. (Jen Rosenstein/Concord Records via AP) by Mark Kennedy, The Associated Press Posted Jun 18, 2018 7:49 am PDT Last Updated Jun 18, 2018 at 1:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img NEW YORK, N.Y. – Nowhere is there a better sign of how far the rock trio The Record Company has come than in the difference between where the group recorded its first and second albums.The trio made its debut in the bassist’s unassuming living room in Los Feliz, a hillside neighbourhood near Hollywood. The band had to contend with barking dogs, neighbours unhappy with the sound of crashing cymbals and even the mailman’s daily interruption.The second was recorded at Boulevard Recording, a studio on Sunset Boulevard where rock’s royalty has worked, including Ringo Starr, Carly Simon, Billy Preston, Art Garfunkel and Alice Cooper. Steely Dan did most of the basic tracking for “Gaucho” there. It was where Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” was finished and mixed.But if you expect the massive studio upgrade to have made the trio now frighteningly pretentious, you’d be out of luck. Guitarist and lead singer Chris Vos, bassist Alex Stiff and drummer Marc Cazorla are as down-to-earth as their blues-based rock is honest.“We’re still dudes, you know?” says Cazorla with a laugh. “We’re still the guys psyched to get assigned Group A boarding on Southwest Airlines. It’s like, ‘Cool, I get a window seat.’”The Record Company is back this month with its sophomore album, “All of This Life,” which continues its spare and heady mix of rock, roots and blues, one both respectful of the past and yet fresh sounding. The first single, “Life to Fix,” has reached No. 2 on the Billboard Adult Alternative chart.“We wanted to take a leap lyrically, musically, sonically. We wanted to have that natural evolution,” says Stiff. “It really was us challenging ourselves to come up with the best songs that we could.”Expectations are high after the band earned a Grammy nomination for its first album, were invited to tour with John Mayer and got its songs used in commercials for Coors Light, Subaru and Miller Lite, as well as shows like Showtime’s “Shameless,” ABC’s “Nashville” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”One of the new songs, “Goodbye to the Hard Life,” might appear to be the band bidding farewell to the grind of touring and struggling, but it’s actually about hitting rock bottom.“It is funny that you could construe it as, you know, ‘Oh, we’re now on yachts now.’ It’s not quite that,” says Stiff, who notes the band is currently staying at a Hampton Inn a few blocks from the Holland Tunnel, hardly glamorous.Voss explains that the song is really about letting go of addiction, or bad love or self-doubt: “You’re saying, ‘I’m done. I’m evolving. I’m moving on,’” he says. “Once you say, ‘This is over,’ the clouds part and you realize that you were very much in control of your destiny.”The members of The Record Company came together as friends before they became bandmates. Vos, who grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, moved to Los Angeles in 2010 and met Stiff and Cazorla, who had been in a bunch of failed bands together.The trio hung out for a year until one day they were inspired to jam while listening to the John Lee Hooker-Canned Heat album “Hooker N’ Heat.” Within days, they recorded some songs in Stiff’s living room. It was such a makeshift setup that Stiff was mostly in a hallway because his headphone cord didn’t reach far enough. Nevertheless, they made magic.“It sounded like something right away. That very first day, we sat on my patio and I cranked the volume up,” says Stiff. “So we had a good starting place and, from there, it was up to us to work hard at it.”Part of their success is due to a demand to make sure whatever they did could be reproduced live and that they decided to challenge themselves with their choices of instrument. (Cazorla was normally on keys, Stiff was a usually a guitarist.)Naming the band was a little harder. The threesome soon had four or five songs but no identity yet, a fact that was beginning to wear on them. Inspiration finally came to Stiff.“I was taking a nap with my dog and I woke up in a daze and I just said to myself, ‘You’re going to get the name. You’re going to get it right now.’ And the words ‘The Record Company’ popped into my head. It’s very weird,” he says.Stiff quickly checked to see if it had been taken by someone. It hadn’t. “It’s so right in front of you but nobody pinpointed that that could be a band name,” he says.They think it fits them. They don’t want to be a singles band and they don’t apologize for sounding old- fashioned. They still like putting on a Rolling Stones record and soaking it all in.“The focus isn’t ‘Listen to how sweet this guitar solo is.’ It’s ‘Listen to this song. Listen to the vibe of this thing,’” says Vos. “We kind of all shared that from Day One.”___Mark Kennedy is at http://twitter.com/KennedyTwitslast_img read more

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first_imgSix suspected attackers of Afrika daily and the Turkish Cypriot ‘parliament’ were detained on Tuesday for one month pending trial.Police were looking for nine others in relation to the events, the court head. The jailed six were named as Umit Tas, Ahmet Turkmen, Bayram Ak, Mehmet Ipek, Oktay Guney and Abdulhadi Dogan.A group of angry demonstrators on January 22 attacked Afrika after the daily likened Turkey’s Afrin operation in northern Syria to Ankara’s occupation of the north. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan had called on his “brothers” in north Cyprus “to give the necessary response”.Protesters threw rocks and eggs at the building smashing windows and brought the newspaper’s sign down causing significant damage.Afrika and many politicians in the north said the aim of some of the protesters was to lynch the outspoken Turkish Cypriot daily’s staff.Police said damages to the building the daily operates from amounted to 16,457 TL (€3,513). The damages to Afrika came to 6,250 TL (€1,330).The attack has enraged public opinion in the north and has heightened tensions within society. Protesters against the attack staged a march on Friday chanting anti-fascist slogans and called for democracy and peace.Security was tight for the court appearance of the suspects at the Nicosia district court.Rebirth Party ‘MP’ Bertan Zaroglu was there to show support for the suspects and complained “is the punishment for waving a flag a one-month sentence?”. The Rebirth Party is mainly composed of Turkish settlers. You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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first_imgThree new radiographers have been assigned to Kyperounda Hospital in the Troodos area as part of plans to turn the facility into a regional clinic and cut down on time and visits to Limassol hospital, the health ministry said.“With this development and with the continued availability of radiographers at Kyperounda Hospital, patients will receive health services on site without having to go to Limassol General Hospital,” a statement said.“In this way, local residents will be able to receive the treatment they need immediately and in less time.”The decision to appoint the extra radiographers was taken by the cabinet in 2017 in the context of the plan to reorganise state healthcare in rural areas.It is a first step towards the integration of the Kyperounda-Evrou-Agros-Platres health centres with the extension of their working hours and the transformation of Kyperounda Hospital into the Troodos Regional Hospital.The plan is also part of the greater health system that aims to makeprimary care centres sustainable and efficient in the new, competitive environment, the ministry said.Three years ago the government decided to upgrade the hospital witha better-equipped TB sanatorium, which was needed to comply with the World Health Organisation (WHO) requirements.Currently, the sanatorium has 16 beds dedicated to TB patients, but due to the increase in TB cases in recent years patients have been forced to share rooms, which goes against WHO guidelines recommending one person per room. The sanatorium also needs negative pressure rooms, which are vital in combating and stopping the disease from spreading through the air.In the early 1970s a pathology clinic was also set up in the same building as the sanatorium. Today the hospital with a 26-bed capacity, serves around 84 communities.You May Likegadgets.feedbox.infoTop 10 radical E-bikes you can get right nowgadgets.feedbox.infoUndoAmazing Earth 201710 Beautiful Beaches That You Should AvoidAmazing Earth 2017UndoSaving with George for Bokksu3 Reasons This is The Most Fun Subscription BoxSaving with George for BokksuUndo Data is the new oil so watch out for mass mining – Netflix filmUndoLED-lighting the way by 2020UndoCyprus’ Dothraki warriorUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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