Second Rotary Mega Lottery Early Bird Draw winner announced

first_imgRicky Kok, of Fort St. John, was the winner for the $5,000 draw.The final draw for the Mega Lottery is on January 12, 2019.For tickets and further information, you can visit FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Rotary Club has drawn another winner for the Rotary Mega Lottery early bird draw at the Northern Grand Hotel on Thursday.This Early Bird Draw was the second of two draws, with the first one taking place on October 25.Rotary Club members had the honour of drawing the ticket.last_img read more

Live Video Platforms Give Brands a direct channel to reach consumers

first_imgDigital marketing has emerged as a formidable challenger to traditional mediums globally and India is at forefront of tapping the impact of this disruption. Indian companies are leveraging the potential of Digital tools and platforms to share their message across the target audience. The most common form of marketing is SEO and SMO on Google, Facebook and their allied platforms. Making a content viral has become the benchmark for success on these platforms and youtubers reviews of products or services have turned into a reference point for potential purchasers before settling on a choice. Though, various studies are indicating the trend that traditional digital platforms are facing incumbency as they deliver a non-interactive mode for audience to consume content; the contemporary generation is found to be seeking more dynamic mediums where they can also be involved in content creation and not just as a passive audience. Also Read – The Puja carnivalLive Video Streaming Platforms such as BIGO LIVE have thus emerged as a panacea for the both content creators and consumers as they empower them via a platform that makes digital interaction interactive and engrossing. Platforms such as BIGO LIVE have spawned a fresh talent pool of influencers who showcase their talents and have been able to amass their own fanbase. This presents an excellent opportunity for brands to collaborate with these emerging artistes via the platform to create exciting campaigns with out of the box ideas that enables them to reach out to their consumers in an innovative manner. Also Read – Wave City brings special offers this NavratraThe live video platform can be integrated within main marketing campaign and can be leveraged to stimulate interest of the masses on ground level. Some positive qualitative outcomes of these campaigns are: 1. Transparency: A live video stream allow a brand to gain trust of the audience as impromptu and unedited live videos are more realistic when compared a normal video upload on traditional platforms. A live video review of a product or service creates a sense of authenticity for the audience and allows brands to position themselves as transparent in approach and open to feedback. 2. Interaction with Brand Ambassadors – Live streaming is a perfect medium for celebrity and KOL brand ambassadors to interact with their fanbase. Live Streaming also removes resource limitations since only a smart phone and data is needed; they can come online and instantly connect with their audience at any time of day. This adaptability enables the brands to reach out directly to a global audience where they are able to ask questions relating to the product or service and receive an instant answer. This is a win-win situation for both target audience and brand with instant gratification. 3. Trust is a two way street – During live streaming, brands not only can interact with their intended interest group but can build trust among the user group. The genuine question and answer will help brands understand customers requirement and offer either immediate resolution or gather information for innovation purposes. Brands who wish to gain unfiltered reviews from their target group can utilise this channel. 4. Announcements/Launch : A top management personal can use this platform for both internal or external announcements thus sharing the new updates on real time basis. Similarly, a brand can use their designated live streamers to propagate the news about their new offerings via these platforms by choosing to share the announcement with few and creating a chain of event or video logs about the news, thus making it viral among the selective audience or masses. 5. Campaigns: Brands can create video campaigns and ask users to participate in the same in the form of talent hunt, best review, behind the scenes footage, webinars, quiz contest or anything else which may suffice the brands objective. The hashtags associated with these campaigns can become viral when they are simultaneously shared on various other platforms thus enabling a wider reach without relying on mass media platform for its content to be consumed by many. Brands can use video streaming platforms to measure the impact of their campaigns by using whole set of social media app bouquet, thus generating the numbers that they may need to call their campaign a success. The number of impressions, shares, likes etc can be mapped to see the impact it has had on the minds of target audience. They can groom their own set of influencers on this platform who can very well act as brand ambassadors and help take the brands to the next level. Platforms such as BIGO Live provide a never seen before opportunity for brands to engage with the masses. Their rapid rise combined with extensive user adoption will see video streaming platforms emerging as the mainstay of digital campaigns in the future. The evolution of these platform presents an infinite scope of creativity and is only limited to the imagination of the brands and streamers. The live video streaming platforms are thus the truly democratic and empowering mediums that have the power to revolutionize the entire marketing domain and alter the way we communicate over social and digital medium.last_img read more

Canada Wants to Call Off CAD 15 Billion Arms Deal with…

Rabat – Canada is looking for a way to avoid fulfilling a major arms deal with Saudi Arabia, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Sunday, after he received criticism from the opposition and human rights activists.Trudeau said it was “extremely difficult” to cancel the contract “without having to pay exorbitant penalties.” Financial penalties would exceed CAD 1 billion (MAD 7 billion), Trudeau said in October. The previous conservative government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper signed the CAD 15 billion (MAD 107 billion) arms deal. “The murder of a journalist is absolutely unacceptable and that’s why Canada from the very beginning had been demanding answers and solutions on that,” Trudeau told CTV on Sunday. “We are engaged with the export permits to try and see if there is a way of no longer exporting these vehicles to Saudi Arabia,” he added. Read Also: Algeria Cancels Arms Deal with Russia, Angers PolisarioThe order, concluded in 2014, originally covered 928 light armored vehicles, but was reduced to 742 at the beginning of the year. The order is the largest sale of Canadian weapons in history and was to be conducted by General Dynamics Land Systems, a US-based manufacturer of military vehicles.Canada had already expressed concerns in 2017 about the possible use of the light armored vehicles in law enforcement operations in eastern Saudi Arabia and Yemen.Relations between Canada and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have been in crisis in recent months. Saudi Arabia announced in August the expulsion of the Canadian ambassador and froze new trade and investment with Canada which had condemned the arrest of Saudi human rights activists. read more

North and East clergy call for strong resolution on Lanka

The clergy noted that they had also witnessed continuing ignorance and violations of the key LLRC recommendations, related to political solution to the ethnic conflict, release of political prisoners, appointment of a Commissioner to look into disappearances, reparations, release of land occupied illegally by the military, restrictions on media, commemorating those dead and disappeared, use of both national languages etc. “As noted by the High Commissioner for Human Rights in her report to the Council, what we have seen since the rather weak resolution adopted at the 19th session of the Council is a total lack of political will on the part of the government to implement recommendations therein, such as the call for investigations into allegations of international law during the final stages of the conflict and cooperation with the UN Special Procedures, as evident by the lack of response to requests for country visits by 8 thematic UN Special Procedures for a number of years,” the letter said. A group of clergy from the North and East have written to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) calling for a strong and action oriented resolution in relation to accountability, reconciliation and human rights in Sri Lanka.The letter signed by the Bishop of Mannar and 132 men and women Christian clergy and religious from different churches in North and East Sri Lanka, says the new resolution should go beyond the resolution adopted at the 19th session of the Council. “In the last year, those criticising and challenging the government in peaceful ways including by engagement with the UN, have been assaulted, questioned, arrested, threatened, discredited and intimidated by government ministers, officials, military and police. Victims include some of us and fellow clergy who are not signing this letter due to fear of reprisals,” the letter said.“We feel that the killing and disappearance of tens of thousands of Tamil people and actions that are supressing the Tamil people and community, our culture, religions, language, land in a systematic way before, during and after the war, appears to be done with an intent to destroy us in whole or part, and thus, it is imperative that the international community addresses this seriously even at this late stage. We fear that at the pace these oppressive methods are carried out after the war, our identity as a people will be destroyed in the near future. Hence there is an exigency to arrive at a political solution which acknowledges the internal self-determination of the Tamil People,” it added. In the letter, the clergy also said that they remain deeply concerned about increasing authoritarianism all over Sri Lanka, such as the recent attacks against Muslims, killing of 27 Sinhalese prisoners in November last year, lack of investigation into discovery of skeletal remains in Matale of those suspected to have been tortured and killed, threats, attacks and intimidations of journalists, human rights defenders, student leaders, trade unionists and religious clergy who criticize the government.“We remain in solidarity with victims, their families and those who struggle for justice. The most recent impeachment of the Chief Justice bypassing Court decisions and due process, attacks and threats on judges and lawyers, as well as inaction of statutory bodies such as the Police, National Human Rights Commission and Attorney General’s Department reinforces our long held view that justice for Tamils through domestic processes is not realistic, despite our own engagement with several such bodies in good faith,” the letter said. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Hampshire police hand investigation into Gosport hospital deaths to another force after

Sheila Gregory, Geoffrey Packman and Robert Wilson are among those who died at the Gosport War Memorial Hospital   Wall of SilenceMedical staff named in the inquiry into more than 600 deaths at Gosport War Memorial Hospital remained silent last night as questions mounted over their roles in the scandal.  The inquiry, led by the former bishop of Liverpool, the Rt Rev James Jones, found that nursing staff first raised concerns nearly 30 years ago but their fears were “silenced” by management. When contacted by the Daily Telegraph doctors and nurses named in the damning independent report refused to comment on the suggestion that “institutionalised” prescribing practices at the hospital had cut short the lives of hundreds of elderly patients.Dr Jane Barton, the clinical assistant who the report said was responsible for the policies and her husband Timothy Barton, a retired naval commodore, had left their £700,000 property in the Hampshire town by the time the report was released on Wednesday. Neighbours suggested the couple had departed for the Balearic island of Menorca.  The chief constable added: “With new material being available to the panel, it is important that whichever force takes the lead has the right access to all of the information.”I have already instructed my force to prepare plans so that this can be handed over to a different lead force and I am also progressing discussions with national partners in this respect.”Robert Logan, whose father Robert Wilson died at Gosport hospital, welcomed the decision.He told The Telegraph: “They have finally shown a sense of realism and admitted they have lost the confidence of the public. Now the investigation needs to be taken over by a major force with a strong record of investigation.” Mr Wilson, 74, suffered a broken arm after he fell over after being startled by a dog while out with friends. Show more In the report, clinical assistant Dr Jane Barton was held responsible for the policies which led to the deaths of 656 patients. She was found guilty of “multiple instances of serious professional misconduct” by the General Medical Council in 2010 but was never prosecuted. Chief constable Pinkney apologised for the distress caused to the families and said: “The force has always acknowledged that the first two police investigations were not of a high quality. The report makes clear a view from the Panel that the third did not look widely enough.” The independent report, compiled by a panel led by the former bishop of Liverpool, revealed how nurses at Gosport who had voiced concerns to the Royal College of Nursing over the use of diamorphine – the clinical name for heroin – and syringe drivers at the hospital, were told in December 1991, at a meeting with senior management to address any concerns to Dr Barton herself, to the senior sister, Gillian Hamblin, or if they were still concerned, to Dr Robert Logan, a consultant geriatrician who visited the annex on certain days. The report concludes that concerned nurses were told “to keep any concerns within the ward rather than taking their concerns to others outside the hospital”.  Hundreds of deaths at Gosport War Memorial Hospital are to be investigated by a new force after Hampshire’s chief constable admitted its inquiries were not fit for purpose.Officers are to hand over future investigations to another constabulary after a damning report found that it had failed to properly examine multiple reports by families and whistleblowers that doctors were giving patients dangerously high levels of opioid drugs. Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney said the force “cannot hide” from the “considerable damage to confidence” after the severe criticism it received in the report of the Gosport Independent Panel, which found that more than 650 people had had their lives cut short as a result of the prescribing regime at the hospital. Three police investigations between 1998 and 2010 did not result in any prosecutions and the police were criticised in the report for failing to properly consider pursuing charges against the hospital or individuals.  The announcement came after the health secretary said the “blame culture” in the NHS must end to prevent another scandal where whistleblowers are ignored. After three weeks in a hospital he was transferred to Gosport for rehabilitation and recuperation, but was wrongly assessed as a “terminal case” because he was also suffering from liver disease.He was put on diamorphine through a syringe pump and died on 18 October 1998, four days after being admitted.Jeremy Hunt told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “The basic problem is that if you are a doctor or a nurse and you see something going wrong – even if you are perhaps responsible for a mistake yourself – the most important thing, the thing that families want if they are bereaved or if they have a tragedy, is to know that the NHS isn’t going to make that mistake again.”We make it much too hard for doctors and nurses to do that – they are worried that there will be litigation, they will go up in front of the GMC or NMC, the reputation of their unit – in some places they are worried they might get fired, so we do have to tackle that blame culture and turn that into a learning culture.” 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. Dr Logan and Ms Hamblin both chose to remain silent, declining to comment when approached by the Telegraph on Thursday. Jean Dalton, the pharmacist who the inquiry heard “attended on the ward each Monday, reviewing all the drug charts and the drug stock”, also chose not to comment. The report revealed it had seen no evidence to suggest pharmacists had challenged the practice of prescribing “which would have been evident at the time”.  Sheila Gregory, Geoffrey Packman and Robert Wilson are among those who died at the Gosport War Memorial Hospital  Credit:PA The meeting, the report says, “had the effect of silencing the nurses’ concerns”.  Staff nurse Philip Beed was one of three nurses named in the report as having been “responsible for the administration of these drugs” in many cases, with one account describing the three nurses as having “knowingly and continuously administered diamorphone, haloperidal, midazolam and hyoscine” to one patient “when they should have recognised the fatal consequences of so doing”. Mr Beed also refused to comment when approached. When contacted for comment by telephone, Robert Barton, Dr Barton’s brother-in-law, said: “I have got absolutely nothing to say to you lot. I have never seen so much rubbish published in my whole life.” read more

No comment to make on reports Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign

first_imgJUNIOR HEALTH MINISTER Kathleen Lynch has “no comment to make” on reports that she threatened to resign over cuts to budget for mental health services, a spokesperson said this morning.It was reported in yesterday’s Sunday Business Post that Lynch, the Minister of State with responsibility for mental health, was furious over proposed cuts to the mental health budget as part of the planned €666 million adjustment in health expenditure next year.The Labour TD was said to have told Health Minister James Reilly, the Taoiseach and the Tánaiste at a recent meeting that she “would not stand” for the proposed cuts, according to Pat Leahy’s story.But a spokesperson for Lynch said today that there was a discussions about the HSE Service Plan and “that’s all that happened at the meeting, it’s a work in progress”.“There’s no comment to make really,” the spokesperson added. Lynch did not respond to a request for comment at the time of publication.Prior to the Budget, Lynch told in September that she “most definitely” did not want any cuts saying: “It’s the ballroom of romance at the moment, we’ve lined up on either side and it will be about protecting our own budgets.”Lynch’s reported threat comes in the wake of her fellow junior minister and Labour TD Róisín Shortall resigning last year over disagreements with Reilly about primary care centres.Shortall has since been heavily critical of the government’s health reforms and the agenda being pursued by Reilly. She has warned that the health service faces collapse next year.This latest development comes at the start of a crucial week for the health service with the HSE Service Plan for 2014 due to be considered by Cabinet tomorrow and TDs and Senators on the Health Committee later this week.As well as this, it’s reported this morning in the Irish Times that Reilly will seek an additional in €199 million of a supplementary budget for this year due to spending overruns.Read: Labour conference hears call for Gilmore to resign over disability cutsReilly on health cuts: ‘This does entail more heavy lifting for people’last_img read more

43rd annual KGB Skyshow returns for San Diego State home opener

first_img KUSI Newsroom Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSDCCU STADIUM (KUSI) – The KGB SkyShow, the largest fireworks show West of the Mississippi, annually attracts one of the largest crowds of the season, including last year when 46,000 fans showed up for the game and Skyshow. For the past 42 years, 101.5 KGB has entertained San Diegans with a spectacular display of pyrotechnics with “The Biggest Fireworks Show West of the Mississippi.” Each year, KGB develops a new show theme to choreograph a musical soundtrack and pyrotechnic display that brings the theme to life and leaves the audience in awe. The KGB Sky Show is synchronized to a custom soundtrack that can be heard in the stadium — on-air at 101.5 FM. September 7, 2018 Posted: September 7, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, 43rd annual KGB Skyshow returns for San Diego State home openerlast_img read more

SeaTac minimum wage measure up by 46 votes

first_imgSEATAC — An initiative that seeks to establish a $15 minimum wage for many workers in SeaTac is leading by 46 votes.After Saturday’s ballot drop, the measure was passing with 2,936 “yes” votes to 2,890 “no” votes.On election night, the initiative was leading by a 261-vote margin.Washington has the nation’s highest state minimum wage at $9.19 an hour; the federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour.last_img

1 dead in Miami Gardens shooting near strip mall apartment complex

first_imgMIAMI GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) – A shooting near a Miami Gardens strip mall has left one man dead, Monday morning.According to Miami Gardens Police, an adult male was shot in the area of 183rd Street, between 45th and 47th avenues, before 8 a.m.The man was airlifted to Aventura Hospital after police arrived, where he later died.7Skyforce flew over the scene as police were seen surrounding a vehicle in the parking lot near the strip mall.Across the street, police were also seen surrounding the entrance of the Vista View Apartments. Both the entrance and exit of the apartment complex were blocked off.Both eastbound and westbound of 183rd Street in the area have been shutdown as the investigation continues.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Alaska News Nightly Wednesday May 31 2017

first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter @aprnListen nowInterior Secretary signs order aiming to open more of the North Slope to oil leasingElizabeth Harball, Alaska’s Energy Desk – AnchorageOn Wednesday, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke ordered new studies on the oil and gas potential of federal land on the North Slope, including in the coastal plain of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).Alaska Highway 75th Anniversary: tribute to vets who helped build ‘road to civil rights’Tim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksAlaskans will celebrate the Alaska Highway’s 75th anniversary this year, and organizers of those celebrations plan to include tributes to the African-American soldiers who helped carve the road out of rugged wilderness.Brown bear shot on Douglas Island — the first documented kill in decadesJacob Resneck, KTOO – JuneauA homeowner shot and killed a brown bear on Douglas Island last week. It’s the first brown bear documented on the island in more than 40 years.AT&T rolls out 4G cellular in NomeDavis Hovey, KNOM – NomeAT&T provided its Nome customers with a 4G network at the beginning of this month, after years of preparation. Despite the improved coverage, more local support for AT&T customers won’t be included in the upgrade.New ‘Five for Five’ effort pushes Alaska Grown in front of shoppersZachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageState officials want Alaskans to spend a little bit more money on products grown in state. To do it, they’re encouraging shoppers to spend $5 a week for the next five months.Sitka homeowners appeal new flood map linesEmily Kwong, KCAW – SitkaSitka has been involved with the National Flood Insurance Program since 1981. That qualifies homeowners for flood insurance, at the discretion of their lender, so long as the city maps out which areas are prone to flooding. With the appeal period for Sitka’s new maps now closed, both the city and a handful of citizens are contesting newly drawn flood lines.Anchorage to receive EPA grant to clean distressed propertiesZachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThe Municipality of Anchorage is getting a $300,000 grant to help clean up distressed properties. The money is part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Brownsfields Assessment Grants program, which aims to redevelop properties that are unoccupied or under-used.Improving the lives of people and dogs in rural AlaskaAnna Rose MacArthur, KYUK – BethelThe Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta has more dogs than it can care for. A veterinarian travels to Bethel once a month, but no such service exists in the villages. Unvaccinated and uncared for, stray dogs threaten a community’s well being. Now, two organizations have teamed up to work with Delta communities to fix the issue.Unalaska sculptor wins art award as she continues 40-year careerLaura Kraegel, KUCB – UnalaskaThe Rasmuson Foundation has recognized Unalaska’s Gert Svarny as its Distinguished Artist of 2017. The award comes with a $40,000 grant so the 87-year-old sculptor can continue developing her craft.last_img read more

Reviving the musical tradition of Punjab

first_imgDespite the roaring popularity of pop and Bollywood music in India, there is no dearth of art lovers who yearn to listen to the traditional, folk and classical genres in music. The upcoming music festival Traditional Music of Punjab is set to offer a cultural treat for those music lovers.If one talks about the cultural heritage of Punjab, the mellifluous kheyal ‘bandishes’ (Compositions) cannot be left out from the discourse. In fact, this is a genre of ‘Gayeki’ which has enriched the Hindustani Classical music for more than two centuries now.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Punjabi Academy, Govt. of Delhi, Department of Art, Culture & Languages, Govt. of Delhi; organises a festival of the Traditional Music of the Punjab, which will bring together renowned artists of this genre on the May 21 – 22, at the India International Centre.The festival will begin with a performance by Bhai Balwant Singh Namdhari who will render kheyal gayeki accompanied by the tabla mridang in the traditional style of the Punjab. His performance will be followed by Raza Ali Khan grandson of the legendary Bade Ghulam Ali Khan Saheb who will sing the traditional Punjabi kheyal bandishes.  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe second day will have Qutubi Qawwal from the Dargah of Hazrad Qutbudin Bakhtiar Kaki who will present Sufi qawwali from the Punjab. Pandit Yashpaul will render Punjabi kheyal bandishes of archival value.Before the advent of Kheyal, there were four famous Gharanas of Dhrupad singing in the Punjab, Talwandi, Haryana, Sham Chaurasi and Kapurthala. Kheyal Gayeki emerged as the next stage of evolution in the history of Hindustani music. As the strict discipline of earlier days gave way to greater expansiveness and liberty of expression in the musical firmament.  The process of this evolution had started with the creative endeavors of Amir Khusroe in the 12th century and completed itself under the vibrant outpourings of Niamat Khan Sadarang and Ferozkhan Adaran who gave the Kheyal style its present identity. Kheyal Gayeki remained confined to Delhi for some time, and it was only later during the 19th century that the new style reached the Punjab. Jarnail Ali Baksh and Kaptaan Fateh Ali founded the Patiala Gharana of Music, from which flows an important line of Kheyal Gayeki of the Punjab. “Punjab has always been renowned for its beautiful ‘bandishes’ which have enriched the repertoire of Hindustani Classical Music. Punjabi is the only other language, apart from Braj Bhasha, in which kheyal bandishes have been written over the centuries. Shah Sada Rang and Ada Rang, creators of the Kheyal style of Hindustani Classical Music, have also composed some bandishes in the Punjabi languge which will be presented in this festival. Over the last two centuries, Hindustani Musicians whether from the Punjab or elsewhere, have sung these Punjabi Kheyal compositions. It is our effort through this festival to revive an interest in them by encouraging their research and presentation. ,” says Geetanjali Gupta, Secretery, Art, Culture & Languages, Government of Delhi.“Through this annual festival, our effort is to revive an interest and attract youngsters to this beautiful form of classical music. We also want to encourage research and presentation in this art form which is languishing, as it is an intrinsic part of our composite culture,” says Jawahar Dhawan, Secretary, Punjabi Academy.When: May 21 – 22Where: India International Centrelast_img read more

OBJ to the Patriots Story is a Real Thing

first_imgGuests:Doug Gottlieb – FS1 Analyst and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show; Rob Parker – FS1 Analyst; C.J. Anderson – Los Angeles Rams Running Back; Cuttino Mobley – NBA Analyst and 14-year NBA Veteran OBJ to the Patriots story is a real thingRumors have surfaced in recent days that the Patriots nearly pulled off a midseason trade for Odell Beckham, and Colin believes the story still has legs heading into the draft. Colin thinks Belichick would prefer to spend draft picks on a proven commodity like OBJ because he’s never been good at drafting wideouts, and didn’t shy away from pulling off a similar deal with Randy Moss that worked out.Right now, New England has 12 draft picks to pony up the asking price, and it makes sense to give Brady one more superstar as he continues to inch closer to retirement. This story feels like more than just internet blog smoke. Also:– Manny Machado will help in the stands, not the standings– Winning more titles with the Warriors is best for KD’s legacy– Where Barkley was right, where Barkley was wrong– Cavs have always been the perfect place for LeBron– ‘Mr. Big Chest’ making a big mistake– NBA Not Quite Midseason Awardslast_img read more


first_img 58 Comments   Share   LISTEN: John Clayton, NFL insider The Arizona Cardinals will begin training camp in a couple of weeks, and unlike last season, they do not really do so with Super Bowl expectations.That’s what happens when you go from winning 13 games in 2015 to seven in 2016 before losing some key players to free agency.NFL insider John Clayton told Doug and Wolf on 98.7 FM, Arizona’s Sports Station, that he felt Calais Campbell was the biggest loss, but added it hurt to lose Tony Jefferson, D.J. Swearinger and Marcus Cooper. Your browser does not support the audio element. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo “Just to try to fill the roster and get them as good as they can, because this year, I think, is it,” he said. Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians and Larry Fitzgerald watch players during an NFL football organized team activity, Tuesday, May 30, 2017, at the Cardinals’ training facility in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “The good thing is the defense, which was No. 2 last year, is going to drop, but is it going to drop to No. 5, is it going to drop to No. 10?” he asked. “I think it can drop to No. 10, but still, the offense can generate enough points to kind of compensate for that.”That’s the trick, and though Clayton believes the Cardinals have the talent to persevere, he said the challenge of making it back to the playoffs is tougher now than before.But as Clayton said, even with the defections it is not as if the Cardinals are completely devoid of talent. Carson Palmer is still the quarterback and Larry Fitzgerald is still around to catch passes, while David Johnson, Patrick Peterson, Tyrann Mathieu, Chandler Jones and Markus Golden are set for big seasons.Add it all up and you have an interesting squad who you could see being very good, but also taking another step back.Time will tell what happens but regardless of which direction things go, a certain theme will accompany 2017. With Palmer and Fitzgerald both having pondered retirement, this may be the Cardinals’ last legitimate shot at a deep postseason run for a while.“I think so, yeah,” NFL insider John Clayton told Doug and Wolf on 98.7 FM, Arizona’s Sports Station Friday. “Because when you look at the losses from last year — that’s the sad part, because if this is going to be it — you’ll have to make a quarterback transition, you lose a Hall of Fame-caliber wide receiver, and maybe, who knows, I think it’s year-to-year with the health of Bruce Arians and you hope he stays on. Top Stories “But if he does make a quarterback transition, you’d love to have him as the one that’s doing that. Yeah, I think it does say that the window is this year.”Clayton noted that is what made this offseason so unfortunate for the Cardinals, given that they parted with starters in Calais Campbell, Tony Jefferson, Kevin Minter and Marcus Cooper, while also saying goodbye to D.J. Swearinger, Evan Mathis and Earl Watford.According Jason Fitzgerald of the website, the Cardinals lost more quality snaps than any other team. He wrote that Campbell, Jefferson, Minter and Cooper combined to play more than 800 snaps last season, which will understandably be tough to replace.They will be replacing them with age in Antoine Bethea and Karlos Dansby which is generally not going to work out. I said going into last year that the Cardinals window may have closed with that playoff loss and they were the ultimate boom or bust team and barring a terrific season for Carson Palmer its hard to really see that changing while the team is doing what it can to fill in the pieces within their cap situation.Clayton pointed to that statistic, and said it will likely lead to Cardinals GM Steve Keim going “on a big spree” to sign as many useful veterans on cheaper deals as he can when he gets back from vacation. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellinglast_img read more

4 The Philosophers Walk The Philosophers Walk –

first_img4. The Philosopher’s WalkThe Philosopher’s Walk – named after the 20th century philosopher Nishida Kitaro who liked a stroll down this pretty lane – runs between Ginkaku-ji (the Silver Temple – which is actually made of wood) and Nanzen-ji temple. The wander takes about half an hour, and is at its most glorious in cherry blossom season (late March/early April) when the surrounding trees throw a canopy of delicate pink flowers over the canal.5. KiyomizuderaThe star attraction of the Higashiyama district is Kiyomizudera, a large temple dedicated to the goddess of Mercy. The temple’s wooden terrace – constructed entirely without nails – is its most popular architectural feature, best enjoyed in spring and autumn when it gives you a spectacular view of the surrounding cherry blossom trees and vivid autumn landscape. 6. Heian ShrineBuilt in 1895, Heian Jingu may be a more recent addition to Kyoto’s collection of shrines and temples, but its four gardens are nonetheless some of Kyoto’s best. It’s here that you’ll find those stepping stones from Sofia Coppola’s critically acclaimed film Lost in Translation.7. Nijo CastleLearn the ways of the shogun at Nijo Castle, where powerful warriors appointed by the emperor wielded power and influence throughout centuries of Japanese history. The castle occupies a large site in central Kyoto, with two rings of moats and fortifications built to protect the Ninomaru Palace, where you can wander through private rooms once reserved for only the most important of the shogun’s visitors.8. Nishiki MarketFondly regarded as ‘Kyoto’s Kitchen’, this ancient market is where you’ll find great local produce, perfect for a penny-saving picnic if you’re visiting Kyoto on a budget. Even better, trawl the stalls for your fill of free samples and see if you can spot the matsutake, which, at £750 a pound, is one of the world’s priciest mushrooms. While Tokyo is all flashing neon, future tech and skyscrapers, Kyoto is quieter, quainter and the perfect place to experience authentic Japanese culture. So take the bullet train back in time…We’ve picked 10 of the best sights and attractions essential for getting to know Kyoto.1. Kinkaku-ji, the Golden PavilionKyoto is famous for its temples, their beauty as well as the sheer number of them, hence its nickname, the City of Ten Thousand Shrines. Avoid temple fatigue and choose the ones you visit carefully. A great place to start is Kinkaku-ji, the Golden Pavilion, arguably Kyoto’s most celebrated landmark. Admire its gold-leaf walls reflected in the tranquil pond surrounding it, amidst a peaceful park of cherry trees. Skip the swarms of tourists by arriving bang on 9am, when the site opens. 3. HigashiyamaBuilt into the lowest slopes of the mountains to the east of Kyoto, this historic district is (unsurprisingly) quite hilly, but it’s worth getting out there to see traditional wooden architecture, buy some local crafts and feast on food stall snacks. A special effort has been made to preserve Higashiyama’s old-world vibe; they’ve removed any signs of 21st century living, like telephone cables and poles. 2. Fushimi Inari ShrineThis is another terrific temple to stick on your hitlist. Over 5,000 red torii, or shrine gates, ensure Fushimi Inari-Taisha sticks out from the crowd. Dedicated to Inari (the god of rice and business) the shrine lies at the foot of Mount Inari. The gates – each one a donation from a business enterprise hoping for success – mark out woodland paths leading up the mountain to smaller shrines and city views. 9. Kyoto Station and TowerA train station may not sound like an exciting hangout, but Kyoto’s, designed by architect Hara Hiroshi, is a futuristic, ultra-modern homage to the historic city. While you’re at the station, cross the road and pay a visit to Kyoto Tower. Its 100m-high Observation Deck offers 360 degree views of the city and surrounding mountains – well worth the ¥770 (£4.30) admission fee whether by day or night.10. Gion, the Geisha DistrictGion, in eastern Kyoto, is known as the Geisha District, although they’re called ‘geiko’ in Kyoto dialect (apprentices are ‘maiko’). The exclusive tea-houses where these female performers, artists and conversationalists work are generally out of bounds to tourists. You’ll stil be able to spot them though, out and about during the day, or walking between evening appointments in their distinctive dress. A glimpse of a geiko is a reminder that the traditions of historic Kyoto thrive in a very modern Japan.Want more inspiration for Japanese jaunts? Check these out:Top 9 things to do in TokyoGiant robots? Mega towers? Ancient temples? Electronic sushi restaurants? Tokyo is like a peek in to the future with a foot in the past.5 cool things to experience in JapanLooking for more inspiration in the Land of the Rising Sun? Let us give you some top tips of what to see and do.8 best geek things to see and do in TokyoLove technology and gadgets? 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first_imgI like new beginnings. I like the start of things, the potential in the coming week/month/year. So January is fun for me. But I’m not part of the majority, it seems. Often cited as the most depressing month of the year, January is a catch-all for bad weather, illness and debt. So much so that the official ‘Most Miserable Day’ falls each year on the third Monday of the month. Now, breathe in and brace… because that’s tomorrow!Originally Blue Monday was a term coined by the media in response to an algorithm created by Cardiff University psychologist Cliff Arnall in 2005. Cliff claimed he’d worked out an algebraic equation which pinpointed the third Monday of the first month as the worst day of the year, and the press jumped on the idea. In actuality, the canny Cliff (we assume money changed hands) was persuaded to come up with his formula by a television publicist, who capitalised on the pronouncement by coercing the public into buying flights to sunnier (read: happier) destinations. But ever since, Blue Monday has lived on in the public imagination – an unstoppable phenomenon for the slow news days at the start of every year.The supposedly scientific formula reads: [W+(D-d)]xTQ/MxNA. W is weather, D is debt, d monthly salary, T time since Christmas, Q time since failure of attempt to give something up, M low motivational level and NA the need to take action. It looks good, doesn’t it? It takes in everything from the cold (which most people hate), to post-Christmas financial woes, New Year’s resolutions, and the general lack of willingness to spend half an hour struggling into cold weather gear just to head down the road for a pint of milk. But what it doesn’t allow for is, say, everyone who enjoys ski-ing; or all the mums who are thrilled the holidays are over; or even those who, like me, love new beginnings!Okay, Cyprus is not a hotbed of January joy here – we’re 65th in the World Happiness ranking, almost half way down (just below Mauritius and above Estonia) and could stand for a little improvement. But we don’t suffer horrendous weather, New Year’s Resolutions aren’t really a big thing, and our salaries are pretty awful most months – January’s certainly no exception! So, once you’re away from the stultifying cold of the UK, is Blue Monday a real thing?Sotos Michael, Chairman of the PanCyprian Association for Psychotherapists is an expert on matters of the psyche, and though he hasn’t heard of Blue Monday, he’s very familiar with the idea of ‘winter blues’. “January is the month directly succeeding the winter solstice,” he explains. “And that means darker days and longer nights, even in Cyprus. Now, if you think of your psyche as a sort of human battery, there’s a good parallel here. A battery operates at 60 to 70 per cent of its capacity most of the time and, in summer, that’s how your psyche is working. But in January, your human battery is operating at a much lower level: our psyches do tend to follow the rhythms of nature, the seasons, so perhaps it’s natural for people to be more ‘down’. It’s a little bit harder to crank up the engine of your psyche in the winter as opposed to the summer; there’s a slower movement both physically and internally.“Also,” he adds, “rather than being out and about, we’re all spending an increased amount of time indoors. It’s a time when people tend to be quieter, more thoughtful, more introspective, and that does force many of us to spend more time with ourselves and our psyches.”Several recent studies have shown that those who are introverted are more likely to suffer from depression, Stephen Hawking famously suggesting that “quiet people have the loudest minds”. So perhaps there’s some truth to the idea of winter blues: it’s hard to feel down when you’re reading on the beach, swimming in the sea and spending your evenings practising café life but, come the cooped up conditions of the colder months, the mind does tend to turn in on itself.While Sotos admits one cannot generalise, and there are many people who appear more lively in the winter and might disagree with his expertise, he does reveal he sees quite a bit of laissez faire at the start of the year. “Amongst my clients, and even within myself, January seems to herald more of a ‘can’t-be-bothered’ attitude to life.” Referencing the myth of Persephone and Demeter, he notes that even our ancestors created stories to explain away the notion of seasonal blues, adding, “I’ve always thought it’s no coincidence that Christmas is on December 25: it’s an artificially cheerful time, full of light and joy and bustle, which helps to lift that winter feeling, that ‘lowness’ that’s in tune with the season.”So, turns out there may actually be some truth to Blue Monday. Even if there’s no hard-and-fast scientific evidence behind a specific day, the whole winter month is certainly a bit of a downer for most; even those of us who thrive on new beginnings will admit to finding it hard to get out of bed on a cold, dark morning – especially after the weekend! On a lighter note, there is a supposed inverse to the most miserable day of the year…Good old Cliff, that media sell-out, later came up with another equation for the happiest day of the year. This time, the report was commissioned by – no surprise – Wall’s ice cream, and the formula includes everything from mindfulness to kindness, health, authenticity, calmness, connectedness, uncertainty and the three Fs: friends, family, and fun. Which sounds like a load of nonsense, even if you factor in the end of exams, better weather and reduced traffic congestion as everyone heads off to the beach. The day hasn’t yet received a formal name (probably because happiness doesn’t sell papers!) but it’s there. Alas, we’ve a while to go yet. Because the happiest day of 2018 is set to fall on the second Friday of – wait for it – July. And while I do enjoy new beginnings, what I really, truly love is summer! Roll on the next few months… For more information on the PanCyprian Association for Psychotherapists call 70000357, email, or visit You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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