Sugar Ray Leonard To Be Honored At 2017 Los Angeles Builders Ball

first_img Morley Builders, one of the preeminent leaders in the construction industry, will receive the Builder of the Year Award for their commitment to building holistic communities that incorporate innovative, high-quality residential and affordable housing developments and commercial projects. Habitat For Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) will honor Sugar Ray Leonard, Luc Robitaille, and Morley Builders at its 2017 Los Angeles Builders Ball to be held on Thursday, September 28 at the historic Beverly Hilton.This annual event celebrates outstanding individuals and companies that share Habitat LA’s commitment to revitalizing and transforming the landscape of Los Angeles. In addition to recognizing Habitat LA’s counterparts in the building, real estate and other related industries, this event also raises funds and awareness for the nonprofit’s Building a Greater Los Angeles campaign to help empower low-income families by building strength and stability through homeownership.The 2017 Los Angeles Builders Ball is made possible by the generous support of sponsors including: City National Bank, Edison International, EY, Hollywood Sierra Kitchens, La Cienega Design Quarter, Los Angeles Magazine, the Lelia Fund, Proskauer, Southern California Gas Company, Zurich and many more.The evening’s honorees will be recognized for their continued dedication to improving Los Angeles. The 2017 honorees are:“Sugar” Ray Leonard, who will receive the Dream Builder Award in recognition of his commitment to helping those in need both as an individual and through the vast efforts of the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation. Luc Robitaille, Los Angeles Kings President, who will receive the Foundation Builder Award in recognition of his significant contribution and leadership in creating intentional change in the Los Angeles community with the Kings Care and Echoes of Hope foundations.Featured at the Los Angeles Builders Ball will be a VIP reception, followed by dinner, a live fund-a-need and special musical performance by Grammy nominated and platinum-selling R&B group, En Vogue.Past honorees include: Magic Johnson, Bernards, Quincy Jones, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver, Mauricio Umansky, Delta Air Lines, Bank of America and Trammell Crow Company.Habitat LA has built, renovated or repaired nearly 800 homes locally, helping to transform the lives of more than 4,000 Angelenos. By 2020, Habitat LA has a goal to invest $100 million into revitalizing neighborhoods and increasing access to affordable homeownership and home repair opportunities. This investment will benefit the local economy by building strong and stable homes in partnership with families, individuals, volunteers, municipalities and donors, which will bring strength and stability to local communities throughout greater Los Angeles.2017 Los Angeles Builders Ball Committee: Co-Chair, Raul Salinas, AlvaradoSmith Co-Chair, Maria Salinas, ProAmerica Bank Michele Blay, Sedgwick LLP Connie Calderon, AlvaradoSmith Linda Evans, Xerox Corporation Terri Haack, Terranea Resort Lisa Collins-Nash, Waste Management Brad Cox, Trammell Crow Company Lalo Diaz Travers, Cresa Michael Flad, City of South Gate Carl Jordan, U.S. Bank John Manganiello, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Michelle Meghrouni, Southern California Gas Company Jesse Nunez, Los Angeles Dodgers Araceli Villegas, Ringstar SportsFind out more here.last_img read more

Runners hit the road for the 25th Marathon International de Marrakesh

first_imgFez – Thousands of runners laced-up their shoes on Sunday, January 26th, to take part in Marrakesh’s 25th annual marathon. Runners from around the world ran side-by-side with Moroccan runners to participate in this year’s race. The event included the standard 42-kilometer full marathon as well as a 21-kilometer half marathon.The flat course took runners on a footrace around Marrakesh. Marathoners kicked-off the event at Avenue de la Menara and continued through other parts of the city including Al Manara, Agdal Gardens, the leather souk, and some of Marrakesh’s lesser known neighborhoods. Locals and school children from Marrakesh lined the streets to cheer for runners as they sped by, giving high-fives and applause to encourage marathoners. Some participants ran as teamsMarathoners visiting from Europe found respite from the cold in the warm weather of southern Morocco. Richard Stark, a runner from Sweden was excited to race in the warm weather. “I feel really good because right now in Sweden it’s about minus ten degrees. I ran this week in Sweden and it was really cold and this weather is much better. This is perfect,” Stark said. “It’s a great sunny day and the temperature is pretty perfect.”The course trail looped through olive groves and the Menara gardens and gave racers a spectacular view of the white-topped peaks of the High Atlas Mountains. Visitors participating in the race said the marathon was a good reason to come to Morocco and see the attractions of Marrakesh through the racecourse. “I think it’s the best way to see a city,” Coralie Pearson, a half-marathoner from England, said.Some foreign runners also planned to travel around Morocco after the race, making the marathon the main event drawing them to the country. Julia Patefield, a runner from England said she planned a weeklong holiday to Morocco with her friends, centered on running in the marathon. “We’ve seen quite a lot already. We’ve been on a camel and we’ve been to the gardens, and we have loads of plans for tomorrow and this evening after the race,” Patefield said. “I haven’t just come for the run, it’s for everything.”Marathoners received medals as they crossed the finish lineMarathoners were able to compete as individuals or teams and men and women of all ages pounded the pavement around the city to compete in the race. Obi Deribe Melka from Ethiopia was the first to finish the full-marathon with a time of 2:08, and Tolwak Meseret Kitata from Ethiopia, finished first for the women’s marathon with a time of 2:31. Full race results are currently available online.While some runners chose to compete in the full 42-kilometer distance, most runners opted for the semi-marathon. The course wound around the city, making a large loop and racers made their way into the Gueliz neighborhood for the last kilometer of the race and finally crossed the finish line back at Avenue de la Menara where the race started.The race was well organized and well attended. Finishers received medals and refueling supplies after crossing the finish line where a celebratory atmosphere swept across the crowds of finishers.Teams celebrate after the race© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributedlast_img read more

Brock wrestling alumnus achieves dream of fighting in UFC

UFC 124: Matthew Riddle and Brock grad, Sean Pierson (BBA ’01). Photo credit: MMAJunkie.comThis past December, Brock Business graduate and former Badgers wrestler, Sean Pierson (BBA ’01), made his UFC debut at the Bell Centre in Montreal. A Brock Press article, “From Brock to the UFC‘,  details the 10-year journey he undertook to get there. ——From Brock to the UFCThe Brock PressJan. 11, 2011Written by Anthony DebartoloIt’s December 12, 2010 and Sean Pierson is tired, bruised, and – as the cuts on his face suggest – beat-up. Now to some these feelings of utter discomfort would signify meanings of defeat and discontent. However, to 34-year-old Sean Pierson these battle wounds indicate the complete opposite, serving as symbolic reminders that he is finally living-out his boyhood dream.On December 11, 2010, former Brock graduate Sean Pierson made his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) debut at UFC 124. Fighting in his first ever UFC tilt, the Toronto native admits that the experience was definitely a nerve-wrenching one.To read the rest of the article, visit brockpress.com read more

UN to release list of remaining tasks for complete Iraqi disarmament

Speaking after Iraq destroyed nine more banned Al Samoud 2 missiles today, its highest daily number yet, Mr. Blix, Executive Chairman the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC), told a news conference in New York that the working paper “contains 29 clusters of issues and each cluster ends with a number of questions as to what Iraq could do in order to solve the issue.”The release of the paper would come almost three weeks before a Security Council deadline for UNMOVIC to provide a work programme containing what it considers the key remaining disarmament tasks and indicating what it plans to do in these tasks and what it would demand that the Iraqis do. Mr. Blix declined to identify the key issues.Mr. Blix reiterated, however, that Iraq’s destruction of the Al Samoud was real disarmament. “There is a great deal more of cooperation now and the threat (of serious consequences) certainly has brought it there – I hope it is not too late,” he told the UN Correspondents Association (UNCA). “Certainly the chopping up of the missiles is the most spectacular, the most important and tangible.”He also mentioned Baghdad’s provision of documents that had not been found before, greater cooperation in interviewing Iraqi scientists and the digging up of R-400 biological bombs on which Iraq took the initiative.Meanwhile in Iraq, UNMOVIC supervised the destruction of the nine missiles, which the UN says can exceed the 150-kilometre-range limit mandated by Council resolutions, bringing the total to 28 since the 1 March deadline set for starting the process. The concrete casing of the two already destroyed casting chambers was also destroyed.UNMOVIC conducted another private interview with an Iraqi scientist while chemical and biological teams supervised the final disposal of neutralized mustard gas at Al Muthanna and further excavation at Al Aziziyah of R-400 bombs, which Iraq says had been filled with biological agents and were destroyed in 1991.International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) teams inspected a State-owned trading company and the computer centre of a State bank and performed a car-borne radiation survey in an area southeast of Baghdad. Video of Blix’s press conference read more

Security Council condemns recent string of terrorist attacks

Video of press remarks [2mins] Ambassador Emyr Jones Parry of the United Kingdom, which holds the Council’s rotating presidency this month, said that the 15-member body “reaffirmed their view that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security, and that any acts of terrorism are criminal and unjustifiable, regardless of their motivation, whenever and by whomsoever committed.”Earlier Friday the Council unanimously adopted resolution 1566, which calls for all countries to prosecute or extradite anyone not already on a list of those belonging to or affiliated with Al-Qaida or Taliban found supporting or participating in any terrorist acts.In his press statement, Ambassador Jones Parry said that text reaffirmed the UN’s central role in the fight against terrorism as well as the Council’s determination “to stand together in confronting the scourge of terrorism.”The Council urged all States, in accordance with their obligations under resolution 1373 – which was adopted in the wake of the 11 September 2001 attacks against the United States – and other relevant Council resolutions to cooperate actively in their efforts to find and bring to justice the perpetrators, organizers, and sponsors of terrorist acts, he added.Council members also expressed their deepest sympathy and condolences to the victims of the attacks and their families, he said. read more

Security Council strongly condemns deadly weekend bombing in Bali Indonesia

Bali was previously rocked in October 2002 by a car bomb which killed at least 180 people and wounded scores of others.In a statement adopted in response to the latest attack, the Security Council underlined the need to bring the perpetrators, organizers, financiers and sponsors to justice, and urged all States to provide support and assistance to the Indonesian Government.The statement, read by the Council President for October, Ambassador Mihnea Ioan Motoc of Romania, reiterated that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constituted one of the most serious threats to international peace and security and that “any acts of terrorism are criminal and unjustifiable, regardless of their motivation, wherever, whenever and by whomsoever committed.”It also restated the Council’s determination to combat all forms of terrorism, in accordance with its responsibilities for peace and security under the United Nations Charter.The statement cited the obligation of all countries to adhere to Council Resolution 1373. Adopted in 2001 in the wake of the 11 September attacks against the United States, it binds all nations to prevent terrorist groups on their territories from collecting funds, recruiting members, or obtaining identity papers, travel documents or weapons to carry out their activities and to ensure “that terrorist acts are established as serious criminal offences in domestic laws and regulations and that the punishment duly reflects the seriousness of such terrorist acts.” read more

Powerplay goals lift Minnesota Wild to 32 win over Vancouver Canucks

VANCOUVER — A pair of goals from Jason Zucker led the Minnesota Wild to a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks Tuesday night.The victory snapped the Wild’s three-game losing streak and extended a slump that has seen the Canucks post a single win in their last 13 outings.Zach Parise also scored for Minnesota (15-10-2).Josh Leivo and Tyler Motte put up goals for Vancouver (11-15-3).Devan Dubnyk made 29 saves for the Wild and Anders Nilsson stopped 25-of-28 shots for the Canucks.Leivo put Vancouver on the board 7:02 into the game, scoring on his first-ever shot in a Canucks uniform.He collected a pass from rookie Elias Pettersson in the slot and flipped it over Dubnyk’s blocker to open the scoring.The 25-year-old left winger was dealt to Vancouver from the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday in exchange for AHL forward Michael Carcone. Leivo had four goals and two assists in 27 appearances for the Leafs this season.The Wild responded to Leivo’s goal by netting one of their own on the first power play of the night after Canucks defenceman Michael Del Zotto was called for tripping.Just 15 seconds into the penalty, Matt Dumba took a hard shot from the top of the faceoff circle and Parise deflected the puck in past Nilsson to tie the game.The Canucks were slow to start in the second frame, going more than eight minutes without registering a single shot.Vancouver eventually found some fire and the back of the net.Tim Schaller got the puck to Motte in front of the Wild’s net and the centreman swept it in past Dubnyk.Minnesota rallied back with a pair of power-play goals less than a minute apart.Canucks defenceman Alex Edler was first to the penalty box, getting called for interference. A minute later, Del Zotto got caught cross-checking, handing the Wild a two-man advantage.Minnesota was quick to capitalize with Ryan Suter taking a hard shot that Zucker tipped in.Fifty-five seconds later, Zucker scored again, putting the Wild up 3-2.Mikael Granlund had assists on both goals and is riding a three-game point streak.Minnesota has 11 power-play goals in its last 10 games.Meanwhile, Vancouver has spent 325 minutes in the penalty box this year, more than any other team in the league. The Canucks’ penalty kill was ranked 23rd in the NHL going into Tuesday’s game.The second period of the game closed with a scuffle after Canucks left-winger Jake Virtanen was nailed hard from behind along the end boards by the Wild’s Greg Pateryn.Virtanen was slow to get up and left the ice leaning over on his stick for support. He returned to the game early in the third period.Pateryn was called for boarding.The Canucks out-shot the Wild in the third frame, but couldn’t get the puck past Dubnyk.The Canucks wrap up a five-game homestand on Thursday when they host the Nashville Predators.Gemma Karstens-Smith, The Canadian Press read more

Buckeyes make their case for a College Football Playoff spot with shutout

Redshirt-sophomore quarterback Cardale Jones holds the Big Ten Championship trophy after OSU’s 59-0 win over Wisconsin in the conference title game on Dec. 6 in Indianapolis.Credit: Mark Batke / Photo editorINDIANAPOLIS — He waited to say it, but Jeff Heuerman made it clear whether or not he feels Ohio State should make the first-ever College Football Playoff.“I’ve kept my mouth shut about that for a very long time, but I’m done with that,” the senior tight end said after the Buckeyes locked up their 35th Big Ten Championship. “We’re definitely one of the top four teams in the country.”OSU — ranked No. 5 in the College Football Playoff standings — shutout No. 13 Wisconsin, 59-0, in the Big Ten title game Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium, but all four teams ranked ahead of the Buckeyes won over the weekend as well.But the Buckeyes’ win came under unusual circumstances, as the player starting the game at quarterback was third on the depth chart two weeks before the season started. Saturday’s win also came less than a week after the team learned of the death of walk-on defensive lineman Kosta Karageorge.Redshirt-sophomore quarterback Cardale Jones — starting in place of the injured redshirt-freshman J.T. Barrett — said the win was a “huge statement” for the playoff selection committee.“I mean, we played a great, great team, the No. 2 defense in the country,” Jones said after the game. “We put up 59 points on them.”OSU also found a way to stymie Wisconsin redshirt-junior running back Melvin Gordon — the nation’s top rusher this season. The Buckeyes held Gordon to just 76 yards on the ground, and held him without a touchdown for the first time since Wisconsin’s win over Western Illinois in its second game of the season.With dominating numbers on both sides of the ball, Heuerman said he simply doesn’t see a logical scenario that would keep OSU out of the playoffs.“Come in here and play the 13th-ranked team in the country, No. 1 in the Big Ten in defense, come in here and put up those kind of numbers,” Heuerman said. “Defensively you look at what we did tonight with a Heisman Trophy candidate (Gordon) who’s held to 76 yards and didn’t put up one single point, I don’t know how you don’t put us in the top four, honestly.”OSU coach Urban Meyer — who won two national titles under the BCS-bowl format while he was the coach at Florida — said the selection committee has a difficult task, but added he feels like the Buckeyes are playing as well as the other top teams in the country.“All I can speak to is I’ve been around teams that have competed and won national championships,” Meyer said after the game. “This team, the way it’s playing right now, is one of the top teams in America.”Coming into the game, OSU was ranked behind No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Oregon, No. 3 Texas Christian University and No. 4 Florida State. With all four of those teams winning along with the Buckeyes, OSU would have to jump one of them in order to make the playoffs.Confronted with the idea of missing out on a chance to compete for a national championship, Heuerman stressed that he feels the Buckeyes deserve to be in the top four.“I don’t even want to think about not being in the top four,” He said. “Like I said, I think we’re a top-four team in the country, I don’t think there’s any doubt about that and the College Football (Playoff) committee, they watched that game, I don’t know how any of them say we’re not.”Heuerman added the Buckeyes’ big win came against a top-notch opponent.“We didn’t come in and play a slouch of a football team today, they were a good football team,” he said. “And the way we came in and executed, it’s like nothing I’ve ever seen, honestly. And like I said, I don’t think there’s any way you don’t put us in the top four.”The Buckeyes are scheduled to learn their postseason fate on Sunday. The College Football Playoff selection show is set to begin at 12:30 p.m.The College Football Playoff rankings were decided by a panel of 12 members, including Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez, Lt. Gen. Mike Gould and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. In total, the panel is set to consist of 13 members, but former Mississippi and NFL quarterback Archie Manning is taking a leave of absence because of health concerns.The top four teams at season’s end are scheduled to compete in the College Football Playoff. read more

Firefox une version synchronisée sur iPhone

first_imgFirefox : une version synchronisée sur iPhoneÉtats-Unis – La fondation Mozilla a annoncé son incursion dans l’iPhone. Il ne s’agit pas encore de la version complète du navigateur Firefox, mais d’une version synchronisée.Firefox sur iPhone, c’est pour bientôt. Bien que la version mobile soit plutôt destinée à Android, Mozilla a tout de même pensé aux utilisateurs du smartphone d’Apple, en leur proposant une version de Firefox compatible avec l’iPhone. Firefox Home sera bientôt soumis au jugement d’Apple, qui décidera oui ou non de faire apparaître ce programme sur sa plateforme d’applications téléchargeables sur iPhone. Des synchronisations sont réalisées entre l’appareil mobile et le PC. Par exemple, l’internaute peut retrouver sur son PC des pages ouvertes précédemment sur son iPhone. Une autre bonne nouvelle pour les inconditionnels de Firefox : l’application sera proposée gratuitement.Le 27 mai 2010 à 15:15 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

La couche dozone ne diminue plus

first_imgLa couche d’ozone ne diminue plusA l’occasion de la journée internationale de protection de la couche d’ozone, qui a été célébrée le jeudi 16 septembre, un rapport scientifique de l’ONU a été publié sur l’impact du Protocole de Montréal. Selon cette étude, la couche d’ozone a cessé de se réduire grâce aux mesures prises contre de nombreux gaz polluants.”Le Protocole de Montréal, signé en 1987 pour contrôler les substances détruisant la couche d’ozone, fonctionne et nous a protégés d’une plus grande déperdition d’ozone” a assuré Len Barrie, directeur de recherche de l’Organisation météorologique mondiale et auteur de l’étude menée avec le Programme des Nations Unies pour l’environnement (PNUE).Grâce aux mesures de suppression des gaz l’affectant, tels que les chlorofluorocarbones (CFC), la couche d’ozone ne diminue plus. Toutefois, elle n’augmente pas encore. Il faudra attendre quatre décennies pour que cette ozonosphère qui protège la Terre contre les rayons ultra-violets retrouve son niveau de 1980, excepté dans les régions polaires, précise le rapport.”Le trou dans la couche d’ozone qui se forme chaque printemps au-dessus de l’Antarctique est un phénomène qui devrait persister beaucoup plus longtemps”, estiment les 300 scientifiques qui ont participé à l’étude. Et la situation pourrait être aggravée par le réchauffement de la planète. Les changements climatiques devraient en effet “exercer une influence croissante sur l’ozone stratosphérique dans les décennies à venir” soulignent les chercheurs.A noter toutefois que le Protocole de Montréal a eu un impact très bénéfique sur la lutte contre le changement climatique, les substances interdites étant de puissants gaz à effet de serre. C’est une augmentation de 10 gigatonnes d’émissions de CO2 qui aurait ainsi été évitée chaque année. Le 17 septembre 2010 à 17:38 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Les aérosols de la stratosphère auraient ralenti le réchauffement climatique

first_imgLes aérosols de la stratosphère auraient ralenti le réchauffement climatiqueUne récente étude américaine indique que l’augmentation, ces dix dernières années, de la quantité d’aérosols dans la stratosphère aurait permis de réduire la vitesse du réchauffement climatique depuis 1998.Des chercheurs américains ont peut-être découvert la cause du ralentissement du réchauffement climatique de ces dix dernières années. Le responsable ? Les aérosols contenus dans la stratosphère. Ceux-ci sont de minuscules particules issues des volcans, des déserts, de la combustion et des poussières industrielles d’origine humaine et véhiculées par les vents. Elles se retrouvent dans toute l’atmosphère, mais principalement dans la stratosphère. Cette dernière est située entre 8 et 20 kilomètres d’altitude pour sa limite inférieure et entre 40 et 60 kilomètres d’altitude pour sa limite supérieure, explique Sciences et Avenir. Et ce sont ces aérosols qui sont en grande partie responsables de l’espèce de brume qui recouvre les mégalopoles comme Los Angeles ou Pékin. Mais voilà, outre cet effet visuel, ces toutes petites particules, ont également un effet refroidissant car elles captent une partie du rayonnement solaire.À lire aussiQui est Greta Thunberg, proposée pour un prix Nobel à seulement 16 ans ?C’est en croisant les informations obtenues par les satellites d’observation et les données recueillies au sol que les chercheurs du Earth System Research Laboratory, aux Etats-Unis, sont parvenus à modéliser le degré de forçage radiatif. Autrement dit, la différence entre l’énergie solaire qui arrive sur la Terre et l’énergie qui est renvoyée vers l’espace sous forme de rayonnement infrarouge. Un “retour à l’envoyeur” justement dû aux aérosols présents dans la stratosphère depuis 50 ans. Une origine indéterminéeEn procédant à la modélisation de ce forçage radiatif grâce un modèle climatique, les scientifiques ont alors observé qu’une augmentation des aérosols stratosphériques avait réduit le réchauffement climatique de 25 % depuis 1998 par rapport à ce qu’il aurait dû être. Leurs résultats laissent en fait penser que l’apport de matériaux volcaniques à la stratosphère a augmenté sa teneur en aérosols, ces dernières années, et que celui-ci s’avère plus important que prévu. Mais les auteurs de l’étude précisent que cette augmentation peut également être partiellement attribuée aux émissions humaines de composés soufrés tels que le dioxyde de soufre produit lors de la combustion du charbon. Si l’augmentation de la quantité en aérosols est donc bien réelle, il faudra davantage d’études pour déterminer son origine. Le 27 juillet 2011 à 09:47 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Preliminary buyrate figures for 2015 WWE Royal Rumble PPV

first_img Now Playing Up Next Google+ Videos Articles Impact Wrestling presents Rebellion this Sunday from Toronto, streaming live globally on FITE.tv Kanye West Twitter Pinterest Alex Trebek returns to ‘Jeopardy!’ Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kim Kardashian ‘Got in Trouble’ With Kanye For Daughter North Wearing Makeup Johnny Impact defends World Title against Brian Cage at tonight’s Impact Homecoming The Tech Behind the First FDA-Approved Birth Control Appcenter_img Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next RuPaul plans to continue hosting Drag Race ‘indefinitely’ Rachel Bloom announces pregnancy following Emmy win WhatsApp The 2015 WWE Royal Rumble PPV on 1/25 drew 141,000 buys according to preliminary figures released by WWE in the latest Key Performance Indicators. This breaks down was 49,000 domestic and 92,000 international.As always, these preliminary figures only factor in those who purchased the event through traditional Pay Per View outlets and not on the WWE Network.Source: WWE Key Performance IndicatorsRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipKim Kardashian ‘Got in Trouble’ With Kanye For Daughter North Wearing MakeupVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:31/Current Time 0:04Loaded: 100.00%0:04Remaining Time -0:27 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Video: Impact announces Rebellion Pay Per View for April 28 live in Toronto Facebooklast_img read more

Report Quebecor World to Become Novink

first_imgMontreal-based magazine printer Quebecor World is expected to announce this week—possibly as early as today—that it is changing its name to Novink.The company, according to Graphic Monthly Canada’s PrintCAN, applied for a trademark for “Novink” last July, and in May published the application in a Canadian trademarks journal.A Quebecor spokesperson did not immediately return a request for comment.The printer indicated it would change its name as part of the company’s emergence from Chapter 11. In April, the company reached a $1.5 billion agreement with its creditors that it says will allow the company to emerge from bankruptcy protection this summer. Last month, Quebecor World received a letter from fellow printer R.R. Donnelley expressing interest in purchasing Quebecor for roughly $1.35 billion. A vote on a response by Quebecor’s board of directors is expected imminently.A Quebecor creditor’s meeting is scheduled for June 18.last_img read more

2 killed in separate gunfights

first_imgProthom Alo IllustrationTwo persons were killed in what the law enforcers called gunfights in Kushtia and Cox’s Bazar early Sunday.In Kushtia, the deceased Khokon Ali, aka Hatkata Thandu, 45, son of late Aijal Ali of Pukurpara in Alampur of Kushtia, was killed in a reported gunfight between two groups of robbers in Mollaeghoria Canal Para, Kushtia. He was accused in several cases including that of robbery, reports UNB.Being informed about a gunfight between the two groups of robbers, a team of police conducted a drive in the area around 1:30am, UNB quoted Nasir Uddin, officer-in-charge of Kushtia model police station as saying.Sensing the presence of police, the gang members opened fire on them and fled away the scene, he said.Later, police rescued Khokon as bullet hit and took him to Kushtia General Hospital where physicians declared him dead.Police recovered a foreign-made pistol and four rounds of bullets from the spot.In Cox’s Bazar, Ziaur Rahman Zia, 32, son of Md Islam of Marine Drive Road in Baharchhora union was killed in a gunfight between the two groups of drug traders early morning, reports UNB.Being informed about a gunfight, when a police team reached there, the drug traders opened fire on them, forcing them to fire back, triggering the gunfight, UNB quoted Pradip Kumar Das, officer-in-charge of Teknaf police station as saying.After a brief gunfight, police rescued Zia as bullet-hit condition, he added.Later, he was taken to Teknaf Upazila Health Complex where physicians declared him dead.Police said to have recovered three local arms and 20,000 yaba tablets from the spot.Prothom Alo, however, could not verify the law enforcement’s version of the incident independently as no version of it was available immediately either from any witness or from any member of the victim’s family.At least 437 people have fallen victims to extrajudicial killings across the country in 10 months from January this year, according to Ain O Salish Kendra (ASK).last_img read more

Oculus Go Review The Best Mobile Headset And You Wont Even Need

first_imgFacebook-owned Oculus officially launched its Oculus Go virtual reality (VR) headset at the company’s F8 developer conference Tuesday. The headset is an attempt to kickstart mass VR adoption with a $199 price point and an all-in-one form factor. A weeklong test of a review unit supplied by Oculus showed that the company may be onto something here.First things first: The Oculus Go is a mobile all-in-one headset, so you won’t need to your phone or your computer to run VR games and experiences on it. It runs the same software as Samsung’s Gear VR headset, which means that over 1,000 apps developed over the past three years already work on it out of the box.This includes games like the new multiplayer space shooter Anshar Online and the VR puzzler favorite Land’s End, entertainment apps like Netflix and Hulu as well as everything from guided meditation apps to VR roller coasters. In addition, Oculus is launching a new version of its Rooms app on the device, which allows users to meet up with friends and listen to music, play games or simply chat and hang out together. The performance of the Oculus Go seemed to be roughly equal to mobile VR headsets like the Gear VR, and adequate for most of the content available on the Oculus store. However, there were instances when the Go seemed to get a bit out of breath. Oculus allows users to stream their VR sessions live to Facebook, but turning it on at times significantly impacted the performance of the headset, making browsing through menus a bit painful, and causing the audio in one of the apps to stutter. Other apps, however, seemed to perform fine while being live streamed.Go wireless, one way or anotherSpeaking of comparing the Go and Gear VR: The biggest difference between the two devices, other than the absence of a phone on the Go, is input. Samsung launched the Gear VR without any external controller back in 2015, and instead integrated a touch pad on the right temple.Fast forward to 2018, and the Gear VR has a controller very similar to the one that’s shipping with the Go — but the touchpad is still there. That’s useful if you ever misplace the controller, but it can also be annoying when you accidentally launch apps, or misfire during a game, just because you try to adjust the headset. All of that won’t happen with the Go, which only has a volume rocker and power button on top of the display area.Not using a phone for mobile VR also comes with a few minor downsides. For one, there is currently no way to get phone notifications on the device. When you are in VR, you are in VR, and you might miss any incoming calls. Then again, you also won’t be bothered with any app notifications that you don’t want to be bothered by anyway, so there’s always a silver lining.Not using your phone also means that you won’t be able to access some of your phone’s unique other features. Gear VR owners can cast their gameplay to any Chromecast-equipped TV. This makes it much easier to show off a VR game, and can make the experience of wearing a headset in the presence of others a bit more social. Oculus Go is not a Google-sanctioned Android device, which is why casting is not supported. Go try it onThe Go is a headset that offers what VR insiders call three degrees of freedom. The action of VR games will happen all around you, but you can’t truly lean in, or walk within a game, as you could with higher-end VR devices like the Oculus Rift or PlayStation VR. Similarly, the controller can be used to point at objects, and swipe through menus with a built-in trackpad, but you won’t be able to reach out, or bring your virtual hand up to your face.The headset comes with integrated speakers that pipe stereo sound straight to your ears. That works surprisingly well if you use it at home, or anywhere else where it is quiet enough — there isn’t really any isolation to mute outside noises. Likewise, the speakers aren’t all that private, and instead just blast any audio loud enough for everyone nearby to hear. Luckily, there’s also a headphone jack to add your own earbuds.Wearing the Go is reasonably comfortable. It’s not super light, and weighs about the same as other phone-based VR headsets. But the straps hold it well in place, and it still feels okay on your face even after extended wearing. There was some light creeping in from the nose area, which doesn’t have a whole lot of padding, but the effect wasn’t too distracting.Go ahead, read the specsFacebook has done a lot to get you the most bang for your buck. The Go uses a 2560 x 1440 pixel LCD screen that’s capable of a frame rate of up to 72Hz, and it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor — all optimized for VR usage.The result is that the picture quality is truly remarkable, especially if you have seen other mobile headsets in the past. Sure, if you pay close attention, you’ll still see those pixels, but everything is rendered very smoothly, and the image quality generally felt on par, if not even better, than those of a Gear VR with a Samsung Galaxy S8. Except for one thing: Samsung’s phones use OLED screens, and the Go’s LCD simply can’t match those blacks, with dark sequences instead looking a bit more grey and washed out. The awkward moment when you realize that not all Gear VR apps are optimized for the Oculus Go yet.Android users may miss a few other essentials they are used to from their phone. There is no file manager for the Go for instance, and the device also doesn’t offer a way to quickly see how much storage you have used. The Go will however warn users when they only have 2GB of storage left, and repeat that warning at the 500 MB mark. Oculus is also selling a 64 GB version for VR pack rats for $249 — but it would have been nice if the company had included an SD card slot for users to manually add storage.Finally, the two headsets are binary compatible on paper, which means that apps for the Go will run on the Gear VR, and vice versa. But in practice, it will take some time for developers to really embrace the new headset.Until then, you’ll likely see a virtual representation of the Gear VR controller in many Go apps and games. That’s admittedly only a visual oddity, which doesn’t affect the actual usage. It’s more confusing when you find out that some inventive developers figured out ways to incorporate the heart rate monitor of a Samsung phone into their meditation app — and now ask you to use that non-existent heart rate monitor on your Go.Go check out these shiny new thingsCoinciding with the launch of the Go, Oculus is also launching a new version of its social Rooms app — and the relaunch is actually really well done. There is a new avatar creation process, and users get to get together in their own customized rooms with up to four friends to watch videos, listen to music together, play Hasbro tabletop games and simply chat with each other.Users can also meet up in rooms, and then enter other social VR apps together, and the entire experience feels very well-designed and natural. Oculus clearly has big plans for social VR, and this seems like a great starting point. CREDIT: Courtesy of Facebook Playing Games in Oculus Rooms.Oculus is also promising to launch a new venues app as well as a TV app in the near future, both of which is supposed to make it easier to find things to do when you put on your headset. Neither app was ready during the test period though. The TV app is supposed to launch with support for Netflix, Hulu, Showtime, Pluto TV and others later in May. Popular on Variety However, Oculus did line up a number of games and other titles in time for the launch of  the Go, and some of them really make the headset shine. Anshar Online, the aforementioned space shooter, just looks gorgeous, and makes you forget that you only have a $200 device strapped to your head. Virtual Virtual Reality, which has been a hit on Daydream, is finally making its way to Oculus. And Coaster Combat, a VR roller coaster slash shooter, is, pardon the pun, quite a ride.Go ahead, buy it if you don’t already have a headsetAt $199, the Oculus Go is almost a no brainer. If you don’t have a VR headset yet but want to explore the medium without spending an arm and a leg, the Go is the right device for you. If you are already a VR convert, and want to convince others, $199 is also a very giftable price point. And if you have an iPhone, the Go is really the first viable and affordable way to explore mobile VR.Granted, the Go doesn’t offer advanced tracking, which means that a lot of truly immersive VR remains out of reach with this device. But taking the plunge to high-end VR still requires a significant commitment. Gaming PCs required to run high-end VR cost $800 to $1000, and high-end VR headsets start at $400. Only PlayStation VR is significantly cheaper, especially if you already have a PlayStation 4. But even then, high-end VR requires a lot more setup work, whereas the Go works out of the box.That being said, there is no real reason to switch if you already have a Gear VR, or even a Daydream for that matter. Mobile VR is what it is — a stepping stone that promises to be a lot of fun until a better version comes around. The iPod that came before the iPhone, if you will.Virtual reality will truly unleash its potential once high-end all-in-one devices with positional tracking, which combine the ease-of-use of the Go with the immersion of a Rift or HTC Vive, become available to consumers — but that likely won’t happen until next year at the earliest. Until then, the Go is a great entry-level VR device. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

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first_imgCancun, Q.R. — With the start of hurricane season less than three weeks away, airports have begun emergency training sessions in anticipation of the busy predicted season.Cancun’s Aeroportuario del Sureste Group (Asur) began its strategy training for emergencies in the event of a hurricane. A technical workshop held at the International University of Florida was the base for authorities to prepare airports before the tropical cyclone season.The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) was also part of the presentation, offering airports tips on how they can prepare and take precautions on wind storms and tropical cyclones.According to the director of Regional Airports of Grupo ASUR, Héctor Navarrete Muñoz, during the training seminar, the hurricane manual of the Miami International Airport was presented with an analysis of the strategies they faced during the 2017 hurricane season.A discussion panel was also held on the Resilience Program for Ports and Airports of the Americas Relief Team, which addressed various issues such as the handling of drones and hot-air balloons during emergencies.The group of airports in disaster management, which was promoted by the federal aviation administration in the United States, are part of the airports that make up the International Council for Latin America and the Caribbean.The seminar was also attended by numerous other Latin American airport authorities including Saint Maarten, Miami, Curacao, Cayman Islands, Bahamas, Jamaica, Honduras, Aruba and Puerto Rico.According to Global Weather Oscillations, the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season is going to be comparable to last year, which ended with 17 named storms and 10 hurricanes, six of which were considered major.In April, Civil Protection agents begun verifying emergency shelters around the state. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

On the brink EU leaders clinched bailout deal with an SMS

first_img Sponsored Stories BRUSSELS (AP) — As dawn broke in Brussels on Monday, Europe’s frazzled leaders gazed into an abyss: the looming exit of Greece from a common currency that symbolized European unity.Hours past a midnight deadline to clinch a Greek bailout deal, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras were about to walk away from the table — exhausted from all-night talks filled with threats, shouting and ultimatums. Comments   Share   “From an economic, financial and social point of view it was an absolute disaster,” said Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan.Within hours, lines had formed at ATM machines across Greece. The bank run continued throughout the weekend, and the government was left with little choice by Sunday night but to declare that banks would be shuttered the following week. It imposed capital controls, restricting cash withdrawals to 60 euros ($67) per day.The overwhelming “No” vote in the July 5 referendum was a triumph for Tsipras. Emboldened by what he saw as a strong mandate to bargain further with Greece’s creditors, he returned to the negotiating table — but not before asking for the resignation of Yanis Varoufakis, his brash finance minister.A motorcycle-driving professor with the looks of “Die Hard” star Bruce Willis — and talk and attitude to match — Varoufakis had long been a thorn in the side of the other negotiators. It was not only his hectoring attitude but also his negotiating tactics that riled EU counterparts.“He kept saying that he would bring something at the next meeting, but he never delivered,” said one EU diplomat, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the talks. “This created a great deal of angst and frustration among the other ministers.” Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall The Greek crisis, roiling Europe since the election in January of Tsipras — a radical leftist who vowed to free Greece from debilitating austerity — reached a terminal point at the end of June, when the bailout that was keeping Greece afloat was set to expire. Without a deal, Greece would effectively go bankrupt, likely forcing it out of the euro.Markets were sanguine in the run-up to that deadline, amid signs that the two sides were close to an agreement. But no leader could vouch for what would happen in case of failure.Deep into the night of June 26, after two promising days of summit talks, technical negotiators sat down at EU headquarters to fine-tune the details of what was expected to be the final breakthrough. So everyone was stunned when the Greek negotiators took cellphone calls, then simply got up and left.They had been instructed of a bomb-shell dropped from Athens.Tsipras returned to the Greek capital that night, and hastily convened his Cabinet. Hours later, he made a televised address that shocked Europe: He was calling a referendum for the following weekend on whether to accept the European bailout plan — and advocating a ‘No’ vote. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches Then came the text message to Tusk, cobbled together by Rutte, a close ally of Merkel and a leader from a nation that also had gone through the pain of a bailout. It proposed a split of 12.5 billion euros for investments and 37.5 billion euros to pay off debt. Leaders agreed that was the only compromise that would allow Europe to stave off disaster.In the end, Tsipras was left with an agreement that was harsher than the one proposed before he called the referendum. It would keep his debt-ridden nation in the euro but leave his people laden with so many economic and financial impositions — and such a loss of sovereignty — that #ThisIsACoup soon began trending all over the Internet.Now comes Tsipras’s bitter task: persuading Greece to accept an agreement that promises years of hardship.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. A single text message rescued the talks — and possibly the euro. Dutch Premier Mark Rutte, a hard-liner on Greek reform waiting outside with other leaders, sent European Union President Donald Tusk an SMS proposing a compromise on the last sticking point keeping the two sides apart.For three hours, Merkel, Tsipras, Tusk and French President Francois Hollande had been stuck in dead-end closed-door talks, and the message suddenly made something click. Within an hour, the deal was clinched.This account of the dramatic events that led to a last-minute bailout agreement for Greece has been pieced together from interviews with a half-dozen officials from EU nations and institutions who attended the negotiations over the past months. They spoke on condition of anonymity because the talks were not public.Announcing the deal later that morning, Tusk, the summit host — who had been instrumental in keeping the opposing sides together before the text message landed — tried to lighten the mood with corny humor. “We have an a-Greek-ment,” he declared.It was not enough to sweep away the months of bitterness leading to that moment. The negotiations, watched with trepidation around the world, swung from despair to hope and back again as leaders groped for a pact that would keep Greece in the euro and keep global markets steady. 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Merkel — the uncontested leader of Europe’s tough stance on Greece — captured that sentiment when she arrived at last weekend’s decisive summit with just one statement: “The most important currency has been lost: That is trust.”On Saturday, the eve of the summit, a German-inspired discussion paper called for the toughest-ever reform conditions for Greece to get money to pay off its immediate debt. Even allies said they came out of the blue.The paper spoke of a euphemistic “time-out” from the eurozone for Greece. Although kept in brackets — diplomatic code for the fact that not everyone agreed on such a suspension — it set the tone for the high drama that was to come.A summit participant, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, said that the extra demands were immediately seen as provocative. But this time, leaders needed to hammer out an agreement — or face a possible economic and political catastrophe. Tusk and 19 eurozone leaders were locked together for a marathon 17-hour summit that soon descended into cries of “humiliation” and betrayal.In the end, the acrimony centered on a relatively minor point: How to allocate funds in the 50 billion euro privatization fund that was one of the key platforms of the bailout agreement. At first Tsipras wanted 25 billion euros of the package to be available for investments, while Merkel insisted on only 10 billion euros for that purpose. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras speaks with the media after a meeting of eurozone heads of state at the EU Council building in Brussels on Monday, July 13, 2015. A summit of eurozone leaders reached a tentative agreement with Greece on Monday for a bailout program that includes “serious reforms” and aid, removing an immediate threat that Greece could collapse financially and leave the euro. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert) Mesa family survives lightning strike to home New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Patients with chronic pain give advice Top Stories last_img read more

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