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first_imgPlayers in MLS have an unusual issue that they are ready to do battle with the league over – they are unhappy with the travel rules that are currently in place.Regulations laid down by MLS mean that teams are not allowed to charter flights for any more than four legs of journeys over the season. This means that there are effectively two matches they can travel privately for, as the inbound and outbound flights each count as one leg – a paltry number given the travelling commitments for teams over a season that will stretch to at least 34 matches.This reliance on commercial flights might have cost the Montreal Impact earlier this season when they faced the New England Revolution away from home. A disastrous travel experience meant they arrived in Foxborough just hours before the game. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare “Honestly it’s a joke,” said Montreal goalkeeper Evan Bush, the club’s MLS Players Association representative. “You can talk to anybody from the administration to the players and the coaches, the way that the last 24 hours happened should never have happened. The powers that be know how we feel about it.“It became a player safety issue. It’s not just a matter of inconvenience for us. We’re lucky that we didn’t have guys get injured today because of the way their bodies were treated the last 24 hours.”The Impact tried to have the game rescheduled but the club was knocked back by the league.“The people that can make the decisions didn’t want to change anything. I won’t point fingers necessarily, but something needs to be done,” Bush said. “The Players Association is aware of it. I understand that there are certain things that they can’t do. But when it comes to player safety, when it comes to the assets of the league – and the players are the assets of the league – they need to do better.”Evan Bush Montreal ImpactThe Philadelphia Union’s Alejandro Bedoya, who has experience of playing European football with Rangers in Scotland and Nantes in France as well as Orebro and Helsingborgs in Sweden, also made his voice heard recently after a match in Canada.“Should’ve flown out of Vancouver last night after early kickoff. Instead, we wake up at 4:45 am, spend all day in airports (connect in Toronto) & on airplanes w/ no legroom cross country, and just finally landed back in Philly. What a great recovery day!” he grumbled on Twitter.When asked about his Tweet, he told reporters: “For me, it’s just so frustrating. This is not a Philly issue, this is a league-wide issue. I’m speaking on behalf of all the players in the league. I put that out there and I got messages from players on all different teams laughing with me and telling me I’m so right.”It is an issue being treated in an increasingly serious manner, as Bob Foose, the executive director of the MLS Player Association explained to The Guardian: “There isn’t a single player in MLS who doesn’t think the league should do better when it comes to charter flights and travel.“We view charter flights the same way that we view top-level training facilities, which are not typically a CBA issue. If the league truly aspire to become a league of choice, it must eliminate most, if not all, commercial flights for players.”Cost is one of the main headaches considered by the MLS with regards charter flights and private jets, although the league, who also see the restriction on charter flights as levelling the playing field, has tried to mitigate the burden of travel in its own way.“Look at what we have done with our schedule so that when people travel across the country we try and have them play more than one game so that the travel is minimised as a result of that,” Mark Abbott, the president of the MLS, has said. “You now play more games against your regional rivals or clubs in your conference which also minimises travel.”Players argue, though, that allowing more charter flights would be an investment in the product as they would be in better condition to play road matches than they are at present, when they may need to make connections or even a layover.From the League’s perspective, though, there is a trade-off between the expense of flights and wages it can afford to pay its players.“The question is what’s the right balance between investment in player compensation and investment in charter travel?” Abbott added.With the collective bargaining agreement set to be negotiated in 2020, this is set to be a hot topic and it is expected that the chains on charter flights will be loosened somewhat.As such, if you’re sat next to Zlatan Ibrahimovic on his way back from a match with the LA Galaxy in economy, make the most of it. Time is likely running out on such a practice.last_img read more


first_img A Peek Inside the Joseph Abboud Factory: Italian Fabric, Made in America For most active people, finding comfortable, tailored clothing capable of withstanding a diverse array of elements has always been a pipe dream. Either you sacrifice comfort for function, or sacrifice performance for style; no matter how you slice it, it rarely works. Enter San Francisco-based company Parker Dusseau, a brand driven by owner Vaughn Brown’s passion for designing elegant and diverse clothing that’s as ready for adventure as it is for a boardroom. An active man himself, Brown crafts each product with the simple goal of giving people the flexibility to fulfill their own passion for an active lifestyle, while remaining sophisticated and stylish.Related: Keeping dry and looking fly with Mizzen+MainBrown, a native of Brooklyn lured away by the active lifestyle befit of the West Coast, attributes much of the company’s inspirations and groundwork — along with its namesake — to his uncle, Parker Dusseau. When he describes his uncle, words like adventurer, gregarious, traveler, and active come up often, and it’s wholly evident these traits drive the brand’s style. Every item on their site encapsulates Dusseau and Brown’s penchant for freedom, style, function, and practicality. Achieving this, in Brown’s own words, is absolutely paramount to the success of the company and the credo by which the brand operates.It’s a clothing line that makes people stop you on the street — or on your bike commute to work — and ask what it is you’re wearing; it commands attention. What Brown’s done with Parker Dusseau is provide handsome, timeless clothing for the urban outdoorsman in everyone. To get a better look at the man behind the brand, and the company itself, we caught up with Vaughn Brown to chat San Francisco, why he doesn’t consider himself ‘outdoorsy,’ and of course, his uncle.When did you launch Parker Dusseau and what’s your day to day role like? I started the company in late 2012. My day to day role is really everything — design, development, managing our direct business and working with new retail partners.Talk about the process of launching Parker Dusseau.I started doing my research in late 2012 and then launched the brand about a year later. There are a number of reasons I started the company – the primary reason was that as an active guy who has an affinity for an urban aesthetic, I wanted to create a line of product that held fashion and performance on equal planes. The clothes I wear out on the street should perform at the same level as the clothes I wear to work out in. As a busy guy, I also want to be able to have clothes that I can wear day in and day out without having to constantly run things through the laundry.Aside from solving a functional issue, my main reason for starting the brand was to share with the world the amazing man that was my uncle, the namesake of the brand. He was an active, gregarious, funny, and spirited guy who was spontaneous and adventurous. He came from one of what I feel is the last generations of gentleman in this country — kind, gracious, giving, altruistic, and passionate. He chased his passions with fervor and drank with an unquenchable thirst from the fountain of life. He was also dressed well, always.It’s clear San Francisco is a giant part of what the brand is, how has the city shaped the direction of the company?I moved here 10 years ago and knew it was a place I wasn’t going to leave for a long long time. I had been living in Brooklyn and developed a deep love for dense urban environments but I also had this longing to get back West (I grew up in Idaho) so I could pursue my athletic passions — snowboarding, cycling, surfing, and exploring high peaks. This was also where my uncle lived and so the city holds a ton of physical inspiration for us.What are the company’s biggest influences when designing new products?Really the quest is about offering customers a line of performance clothing that doesn’t look performance or ‘outdoorsy’ in any way. I’ve never identified with the ‘outdoorsy’ look but by all means, most people would consider me ‘outdoorsy’. So, the challenge is to find that place where we’re making product which outperforms entrenched outdoor brands, but offers it in a form that looks as good in Paris as it does in the Sierra.What’s the future for Parker Dusseau look like? I have huge dreams for the brand but for now, I’m trying to take it a day at a time!— To get a look at the entire Parker Dusseau collection, head on over to the brand’s website.  7 Best Gym Bags to Haul All Your Workout Gear West Skincare Is the Best New Grooming Product Line for Active Guys Zach Klein Is the Reason We’re All Obsessed with Cabin Porn All the New Whiskies You Need to Drink This Fall Editors’ Recommendations last_img read more


first_img How ‘Bout Them Apples? 5 of the Highest Alcohol Ciders Editors’ Recommendations 9 Best Spirits For Spiked Apple Cider Community Cider Programs Make Cider and Benefit Charity The Lazy Man’s Guide on How to Make Hard Apple Cider From the farm, to the cidery, to your doorstep, The Shacksbury Cider Club has all your cider needs covered with its easy subscription service.It seems subscription boxes are all the rage these days. You can get curated boxes of everything from grooming products to dog toys to dress socks sent straight to your doorstep.Instead of simply helping you accumulate more stuff, Shacksbury’s Cider Club will send you a selection of delicious ciders that are meant to be consumed and shared. Each quarter you have the option of receiving a 3- or 6-bottle shipment of ciders culled from small batch cideries. This is a great way to expand your general cider knowledge and palate, and an opportunity to taste brands not already distributed in your state. If you’re the entertaining type, these large-format bottles are perfect for parties and tasting clubs.Related Post: Shacksbury – Bringing back a lost cider making traditionLast quarter’s box included Shacksbury’s own Ticonderoga from its Barrel Reserve program. Ticonderoga is a dry, spicy cider aged in rye and madeira barrels with apples from Vermont and the United Kingdom. Packaged alongside it was a brisk, sparking cider from Spanish makers Petritegi and a vintage bottle of Chapel Pleck, a perry from Once Upon a Tree. The boxes are well packed and include information cards about the ciders and pairing suggestions.In addition to receiving the cider deliveries, club members also get a 10% discount from Shacksbury for online or tasting room purchases, access to cellar sales, invitations to special events and the occasional surprise. Fifteen percent of the membership costs are put back into Shacksbury’s Lost Apple Project designed to revive the growth of cider-worthy apples in Vermont. Shacksbury Cider Club memberships are only available in select US states. The club’s pricing is set at $55 per quarter for a three bottle shipment or $100 for a six bottle delivery, plus shipping. Gift subscriptions are available. 15 Best Subscription Boxes for Men Who Love Giftslast_img read more


first_imgDouble Olympic triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee expresses his delight at being chosen as England’s flagbearer for the Commonwealth Games. 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.last_img


first_imgNORTH KOREA HAS threatened strikes on US military bases in Japan and Guam, escalating tensions as suspicion deepened that Pyongyang was behind a cyber attack on South Korean broadcasters and banks.The tone of the strike threat, attributed to a spokesman of the army’s supreme command, blended with the torrent of warlike rhetoric spewed out by Pyongyang in recent weeks, but stood out for its precise naming of targets.Military tensions on the Korean peninsula are at their highest level for years, with Pyongyang irate at the use of nuclear-capable US B-52 bombers and nuclear submarines in ongoing joint military drills with South Korea.“The US should not forget that the Andersen base on Guam where B-52s take off and naval bases on the Japan mainland and Okinawa where nuclear-powered submarines are launched, are all within the range of our precision target assets,” the army spokesman said.North Korea has successfully tested medium-range missiles that can reach Japan, but has no proven long-range missile capability that would allow it to hit targets on the US mainland or Guam – more than 2,000 miles away.Nevertheless, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced last week that Washington had decided to bolster missile defences along the US west coast so as to “stay ahead of the threat” from the North Korean regime.North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un had issued a more general threat to destroy US bases “in the operational theatre of the Pacific” yesterday, as he directed a drone strike exercise.Still photographs broadcast on state television seemed to show what looked like a rudimentary drone being flown into a mountainside target and exploding.South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported last year that the North was developing unmanned strike aircraft using old US target drones imported from the Middle East.Kim has personally overseen a host of rocket and artillery drills in recent weeks, mostly at frontline bases near the disputed maritime border with South Korea which has been a flashpoint for military clashes in the past.SanctionsSince the UN Security Council tightened sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear test last month, Pyongyang has issued a range of apocalyptic threats including “pre-emptive” nuclear strikes.It also announced it was scrapping the armistice that ended the 1950-53 Korean War, but its rhetoric has yet to be matched by any overt military action.In Seoul, analysts said the latest threat to US bases, which was made in a statement carried by the Korean Central News Agency, was another attention-grabbing move.“This is just more bluster,” said Baek Seung-Joo, who heads the North Korea Research Team at the Korea Institute for Defence Analyses.“It really seems aimed at shifting responsibility for the current tensions to the US and South Korea conducting their joint military exercises,” Baek said.The response from Tokyo was measured. A foreign ministry official voiced regret at the North’s “provocative action” but said that it would not trigger a strategic rethink.“We have been doing all we can to prepare for contingencies, cooperating closely with our security ally the United States and with South Korea, regardless of the North’s comment today,” the official said.Cyber attackIn South Korea, government agencies were trying to confirm who was behind a concerted cyber attack the day before on three TV broadcasters and three banks that crippled their computer networks.The regulatory Korea Communications Commission (KCC) said it had sourced the attack to an IP address in China, fuelling suspicions that North Korea may have been responsible.Previous cyber attacks blamed on North Korea have also been tracked to Chinese sources, and security analysts in South Korea believe the North sends hackers to China to hone their skills and operate from there.“The Chinese IP may trigger various assumptions,” said Park Jae-Moon, the KCC director of network policy.“At this stage, we’re still making our best efforts to trace the origin of attacks, keeping all kinds of possibilities open,” Park said.Yesterday’s attack came days after North Korea accused South Korea and the United States of being behind a “persistent and intensive” hacking assault that took a number of its official websites offline for nearly two days.- © AFP, 2013Read: Instagram pics show life inside North Korea >last_img read more


first_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Sonya McClean Thursday 22 Jun 2017, 6:24 PM Share668 Tweet Email2 He just joined the protest because he felt he was standing up for himself, his wife, his child and the community and the reward he gets is to indict him with a crime which is up there with rape, murder and robbery.“All he is doing is holding a banner walking up the road, with some old dears from Tallaght,” Dwyer said, before he added that it was “an injustice that this would constitute a false imprisonment”.He added that Superintendent Daniel Flavin agreed during the trial that carrying a banner is “the essence of peaceful protest”.Dwyer told the jury that the charges laid against Donaghy were “ludicrous, unfair and wrong” and suggested that if he were to be charged with anything because of his behaviour that day it should be a public order offence that could be dealt with by his local district court.“If your grandfather did as he did, he is just as likely to find himself in the same position as Frank Donaghy”, Dwyer said, before he added that if the jury acquitted his client it would be “delivering justice for yourself, your family and future generations”.“It would be an injustice, contrary to our notions of liberty and democracy that he should be convicted of false imprisonment. He is just an ordinary man. It is absolutely disgraceful the way the State have treated him.“He was a labourer, he bled, sweated and toiled. He is entitled in his retirement to sit down by a politician’s car, within reason, and he is entitled to hold a banner and slow down the progression of a politician.”“Not enough to hang him with guilt”Counsel for another accused Scott Masterson (34) said that it would be unfair to simply lump her client, who was peacefully protesting, into a situation with others who were “engaged in acts of violence and extraordinary abuse and insult”.Roisin Lacey SC, defending Masterson said her client’s mere presence at the protest was “not enough to hang him with guilt”.She said it was a spontaneous, unplanned protest and it was “manifestly clear” that Masterson was not involved in organising people on the day.“He was not encouraging others in violence, nor was he directing others present to do anything like that,” Lacey continued, adding that Masterson was not commanding or influencing others.She suggested that any woman, like herself or members of the jury would find it “abhorrent to be called a bitch, cunt or slut. But this was not Masterson”.“He was not armed as others who were armed with missiles. None of this can be laid at the door of Mr Masterson. He has nothing in his hand, not armed with anything to incite fear,” Lacey said, before she added that it wasn’t her client’s motive to be there to be violent.She said it was accepted during the trial that people at an event such as this protest at Jobstown could be there for different motives.“There can be a hijacking of what is intended to be a peaceful protest. It is accepted that people could be there with ulterior motives” she said.“Dawn raid”Counsel also criticised the behaviour of the gardaí when she said her client was arrested during “a dawn raid” on his home while he was making school lunches for his four and nine-year-old daughters.She said the girls, who were present at the time, were very distressed to witness their father being handcuffed.“Why was he handcuffed?” Lacey asked the jury after referring to previous garda evidence that people are usually handcuffed for their own safety and that of others present.“Was he going to stab himself with the butter knife he was using to make the sandwiches. Was he a flight risk? Was he going to grab the lunch boxes and survive on cheese strings?” Lacey asked.She said being treated like this in front of his children, Masterson was “unjustifiably treated as a violent criminal”.Lacey suggested that this behaviour of the gardaí towards her client was indicative of the force’s actions throughout the case, “Is it cracking a nut with a sledge hammer? Is it all over the top?”She said the peaceful protesters on the day didn’t want this political treachery to go unchecked.“We should be grateful to people like Mr Masterson, who have taken part in peaceful protest, to stand up for all our beliefs, peacefully and within the law,” Lacey said.Counsel suggested that when her client’s daughters look back on the morning of their father’s arrest they may be able to put aside their distress and see someone with political principles who was prepared to stand up.“Is he to be condemned for that? I think not, and I urge you not to,” Lacey said.Paul Murphy of Kingswood Heights, Tallaght; Kieran Mahon of Bolbrook Grove, Tallaght; Michael Murphy of Whitechurch Way, Ballyboden, Dublin; Frank Donaghy of Alpine Rise, Tallaght; Michael Banks (46) of Brookview Green, Tallaght and Scott Masterson of Carrigmore Drive, Tallaght have all denied the charges.The trial continues before Judge Melanie Greally.Comments have been closed for legal reasonsRead: Gardaí made ‘unwise and inappropriate’ decisions at water charges protest, court hearsRead: Barrister tells Jobstown jury their political views “have to be left outside the jury room” Image: Leah Farrell/Rollingnews.ie 19,956 Views A ‘peaceful protester’ could be facing a life sentence if found guilty, Jobstown trial hears Closing statements were made by counsel for some of the accused in the Jobstown trial today. No Comments Counsel for Frank Donaghy said it would be an “injustice” for him to be convicted of false imprisonment in court today. Short URL Counsel for Frank Donaghy said it would be an “injustice” for him to be convicted of false imprisonment in court today. Image: Leah Farrell/Rollingnews.ie THE TRIAL OF six men accused of falsely imprisoning the former Tánaiste Joan Burton has heard that a peaceful protester is charged with an offence that could potentially result in a life sentence.Solidarity TD Paul Murphy (34) and five other men have pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to falsely imprisoning Burton and her adviser Karen O’Connell by restricting their personal liberty without consent at Fortunestown Road, Jobstown, Tallaght on 15 November, 2014.In his closing arguments to the jury Padraig Dwyer SC, defending Frank Donaghy (71), who only got involved in the protest when he spotted the gathering after going to get petrol, said the man didn’t deserve to be labelled a criminal for his actions that day.Dwyer said it was unfair that his client had been sitting through a lengthy trial facing a charge of false imprisonment which could potentially result in a life sentence.“It is completely unfair to say that he should take responsibility for anyone else’s actions. https://jrnl.ie/3458761 Jun 22nd 2017, 6:24 PM last_img read more


first_img Play ‘Fallout 76’ Nuclear Winter Battle Royale as Long as Yo…Tesla Cars Get Racing Game, YouTube, and ‘Fallout’ at E3 2019 Stay on target Can you believe that it has been over a year since the release of Doom? A new game in the series would have been good enough, but Bethesda delivered one of the best FPS titles in years. I certainly loved it. Now, the game is about to get even better… if not downright irresistible.As detailed on Bethesda’s official blog, the Satanically-named update 6.66 will unlock all of the multiplayer DLC to all players. This includes three multiplayer DLC packs containing nine maps, three additional guns, three additional playable demons, new equipment, armor sets, and more.“With this update, we’ve changed when and how players unlock additional guns, demons, equipment and all of the player and weapon customization options,” reads the blog post. “Instead of relying on the current random unlock system, everything now unlocks through specific leveling requirements and/or in-game challenges. Now, if there’s a specific helmet you want, you can work toward unlocking it by focusing your play style on the related challenge. We’re confident new, and veteran players alike will enjoy the control and predictability in this new multiplayer progression system.”Anyone who hasn’t tried out Doom‘s multiplayer can play for free this weekend. This will begin at 12:00 pm ET on Thursday, July 20, on Xbox One, 1 pm ET on Thursday, July 20 on PC, and 12:00 pm ET on Thursday, July 27 on PlayStation 4. Users who opt to purchase Doom during the free weekend will retain all of the progress made in campaign and multiplayer.And speaking of buying Doom, it will now be sold for $15. That’s a ridiculously low price for one of 2016’s finest titles. The only drawback with this offer is that it’s only for the digital version of the game. However, that’s only a snag for physical game collectors. Everyone else should definitely nab it if they haven’t already.We have to give Bethesda props for doing all of this. This is a text book example of how to treat fans. Now, if they can hurry up and announce a Doom 2 that would be fantastic.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more


first_imgAn overturned logging truck on Wednesday caused significant backups on one of Clark County’s major interchanges during rush hour.The truck overturned on the Interstate 205 south ramp to east state Highway 14 at 7:07 a.m.According to a bulletin from the Washington State Patrol, the truck’s driver, Eugene L. Groves, 34, of Chehalis was speeding when he lost control on the curving ramp.The truck rolled on its right side and lost a load of logs. Four logs fell off the overpass onto the eastbound Highway 14 ramp to northbound I-205. No major injuries were reported. Both ramps were blocked as crews removed the logs and the truck, causing a major backup on both freeways.Although it is impossible to say how many were affected by the crash, WSDOT says about 620 vehicles pass over the ramp from I-205 south to Highway 14 east per hour on Wednesdays between 7 and 10 a.m. Numbers come from a traffic count in November and December 2010, said Joe St. Charles, transportation planner for WSDOT. September volumes may be higher, he said.The ramp from east Highway 14 to I-205 north gets about 297 vehicles per hour in the same time period on Wednesday mornings, based on counts in June 2010.Washington State Patrol and the Washington State Department of Transportation and TLC Towing of Ridgefield responded to the crash.TLC sent five trucks, including one heavy-duty rotating crane truck, to clear the scene, said company representative Richard Lingle. Crews uprighted the truck, moved logs off the road and cleaned up bark dust. They were on the scene for about two hours, Lingle said.last_img read more


first_imgA Florida deputy shot her own finger when she fatally shot a pit bull who had attacked a homeless man in Pasco County over the weekend.It began when a witness heard loud barking coming from the woods next to his trailer, Saturday. He then saw the homeless man bleeding from his arm.“He was messed up on the arm, right there around the muscle and on the forearm,” Jim Ames said.When deputies arrived, the pit bull was off its leash, and it lunged at the officer.“I saw the dog come out and attack the Pasco County Sheriff’s officer, a female,” Ames said, “and she was backing up to get away from the dog and she fell down.”The dog began biting the deputy, and the officers fired a warning shot.The canine then sank its teeth into her leg. “They fired the warning shot, and then they fired what now turns out to be the fatal shot,” Ames said.Her body camera captured the entire incident. “I just shot my finger off,” she’s heard saying in the video. “I just shot my finger.”The bullet grazed her finger. Luckily, she didn’t lose any fingers.The deputy has three pit bulls of her own, and is familiar with the breed, according to investigators.Police have not said whether the dog’s owner will face any charges.Both the officer and the man are expected to be OK.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more


first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — At a recent Wilmington School Committee, WHS Principal Linda Peters provided an update on the High School’s new and improved Senior Exploration Program.For the first time, all seniors were expected to participate in the program by completing an internship or project during the last four weeks of their high school career.Administrators and guidance counselors closely monitored every senior’s overall academic performance and attendance to ensure all seniors met the eligibility requirement for the program.Internships and project work began on April 29 and ended May 24. Seniors did not have traditional classes during the four weeks, but those enrolled in AP classes continued in their courses until the exam or until their teacher required.All seniors either presented their project to a panel of teachers who volunteered to evaluate them on May 28-30, or prepared a demonstration related to their internship experience at the school’s Internship Expo on May 29.The Senior Exploration Program was included on every student’s transcript and all students will receive a grade based on a rubric.Several students spoke to the School Committee about their experiences in the Senior Exploration Program.Ben Packer discussed his internship with Dr. John Sullivan.“I’m really interested in medicine and want to become an oncologist,” said Packer. “This internship allowed me to explore what its like to work in outpatient care. I answered phones, faxed, filled out prescriptions, filed prescription, and filed charts.”Packer would attend school every other day — including his three AP classes. On days he wasn’t at school, he worked at his internship from 8am to 2pm.A group of students — Ryan, Shawn and Sam — discussed their senior project — building a pergola in the school’s courtyard.“We never realized how much really went into the project. It was a lot more than buying wood and slapping it together,” they told the Committee. “There was a lot of planning, designing and budgeting…. We had to meet with people from Town Hall and fill out a building permit.”“We wanted to beautify the courtyard and leave our mark while setting the bar high for for future seniors,” the group continued. “We had a lot of people and faculty show support for our project. We wanted to give back to our community. We hope the pergola is out there for a very long time…. Getting to have this experience was something special.”Principal Linda Peters discussed how the Senior Exploration Program impacted her and her seniors“This has been a great experience for me. I met with every senior before they decided what they wanted to do. It helped me get to know everyone a little bit better,” said Peters. “All students were very cooperative and managed to find something…. Students are able to do things they’ve developed an interest in during their four years here.”“Writing a proposal, managing their time outside of school, collaborating and communicating with others outside of school, using or developing their talents/interests, presenting their final product/experience — these are all skills that we have been helping them to develop over their time in high school. [This program] gives them the opportunity to transfer those skills,” Peters told the Committee.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSCHOOL COMMITTEE NOTEBOOK: 5 Things That Happened At Recent School Committee MeetingIn “Education”News & Notes From WCTV: Wildcat TV After School Club Starting At Wilmington High SchoolIn “Community”NEW CLASSES COMING TO WHS: New Phys Ed & Health Requirements; AP Computer Science; Service Learning CapstoneIn “Education”last_img read more


first_imgTIM HERNANDEZ (TPR INTERN) / TEXAS PUBLIC RADIOThe marquee outside of Lee High School on Jackson-Keller Rd.A new name for Robert E. Lee High School has been selected. Trustees for the North East Independent School District chose Legacy of Educational Excellence High School. The acronym of which spells L.E.E.  The decision was 5-2 with dissenting board members saying it was not a full fix.“Legacy of Educational Excellence” was one of 542 acceptable name suggestions provided by the public. Board President Shannon Grona says it was the best compromise in changing it.“It is my hope that changing the name to Legacy of Educational Excellence – L.E.E. High School – will minimize the financial burden and help the community heal,” Grona says.TIM HERNANDEZ (TPR INTERN) / TEXAS PUBLIC RADIOBoard President Shannon GronaBoard members Jim Wheat and Edd White voted against the new name. White says it didn’t go far enough to separate it from the current namesake.“I just think we’re just trying to put lipstick on a pig if you’re going to still have the acronym L.E.E,” White says.Robert E. Lee High School on Jackson-Keller rd. first opened in 1958. Superintendent Brian Gotardy said a cost figure wouldn’t be available at the meeting. But whatever it ends being, board member Sandy Hughey said the district shouldn’t have to pay all of it.“If there are people who are so strongly supporting this name change I feel they should be proud to step up and financially support it too,” Hughey.August’s meeting to change the name had many supporters but few of them turned out Monday night. After the decision, Lee Senior Kendall Kloza said the name is about school pride. VIDEO – Lee HS student Kendall: Against changing the name. pic.twitter.com/IOW03Uf3Fw— Joey Palacios (@Joeycules) October 9, 2017CREDIT JOEY PALACIOS / TE’Lee Senior Kendall Kloza (right) and two friends speak against the changing the name of Lee High School Monday night“We might as well have every other name in this country because I can assure anyone who was famous or went down in history offended somebody,” she says.What happens next as far as choosing mascots and school colors will be up to the district in the coming weeks. Sharelast_img read more


first_imgKolkata: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation is gearing up to supply round the clock drinking water to the slums in the city. The slum dwellers in the city presently get water twice in a day —for around three hours in the morning and for two hours in the late afternoon.”We have already held three meetings and are chalking out a detailed plan on how to go about in developing the infrastructure in the slums so that the residents get round the clock water supply. Mayor Firhad Hakim has instructed us to take all possible measures in this regard,” said Swapan Samaddar, Member, Mayor-in-Council (Bustee Development ) Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThe slum dwellers sometimes suffer from scarcity of water particularly during the summer months when the demand increases manifold. Some slum areas are so narrow that vehicles with water tanks are unable to reach. As per initial plans , the KMC Water Supply department will set up a reservoir in the slums wherever there will be availability of space. The water stored will be drawn through a pump and then through a dedicated pipeline it will be supplied to the slum. “We have to carry out awareness among the dwellers to prevent wastage of water,” an official in the Bustee Development department said. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThere are around 4,500 slums both authorised and unauthorised under KMC’s jurisdictional area. “We are presently producing water in excess to the demand of the Kolkatans. There are supply problem in certain pockets in the added areas of the city like Tollygunj, Bansdroni, Garia and work for supply pipeline is going on in full swing. Work is expected to be over by March 2020,” an official in the Water Supply department said. The construction of a small booster pumping station at Bangur Park in ward 93 and Babubagan in ward 92 has already started. A reservoir with additional capacity of 2 million gallon is being constructed inside the campus of Anandapur booster pumping station to improve water supply in the adjacent areas.last_img read more


first_imgThe ancient writer of Ecclesiastes, said, “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again. There is nothing new under the sun.” This certainly seems to be true when it comes to fashion trends.Consider any fashionable item, whether it be a garment, a hairstyle or a piece of jewelry, and you’ll find another time era or culture where it was considered fashionable. Take, for example, these photos of teenage girls from the 1950s.‘Teenagers’ didn’t exist until 1950 – girls were girls and young men were youths. As the post-war economy bounced back into shape, a consumer boom was kick-started in the U.S. Initially pushed as a new market grouping, teenagers soon came to dominate emerging fashion styles.The mini skirt: a symbol of rebellious youth culture. Ultra short hemlines started trending in the late 1950s and saw their heyday in modern fashion the ’60s. But they were showcased in the 1920s by daring flapper girls.Crinoline and net petticoats worn to give shape to ladies skirts, popular across Europe in varying degrees of extremes throughout the 1700s, made a comeback during the 1950s.Although she may be flashing a little ankle, this girl’s tight bodice-style dress with its voluminous bell-shaped skirt is similar to early Victorian fashion.The tunic dress – here worn with a belt – was introduced to the catwalk in the ’50s by Spanish designer Cristobal Balenciaga.Every girl wants to be a ballerina!A ’50s teen wearing a fascinator. Fascinators in various guises have gone in and out of fashion since the 19th century. They were a big hit in the 1980s, as sported by Dianna, Princess of Wales, and are considered a suitable alternative to wearing a hat for a number of formal occasions in Britain.It was a decade of full skirts, natural waists (corsets had been popular before) and semi-formal suits similar to those worn by modern business women. While the broad outpouring of flashy and controversial styles of the 1970s would break many of the norms of the 20th Century, many of the styles which were popular in the 1950s remain fashionable today.But the women’s fashion movement of the 1950s actually started in the prior decade. During, and because of, World War II, women’s choices in clothing were limited by the need to ration supplies like fabrics, threads, and needles. The most popular women’s outfits were simple and uniform as a result of the entire country making sacrifices to supplies the war efforts overseas.The classy cinched waist silhouette of Dior’s New Look – reminiscent of mid-19th century styles – has influenced fashion ever since.A 1950s fashionista shows off her version of the current ‘pattern clash’ trend.Where would we be without the cardigan?This was the era when synthetic fabrics such as rayon, taffeta, and nylon were starting to emerge.This simple blouse and midi skirt would not look out of place on the highstreet today.But as the war ended, an explosion of fabrics came roaring back in broad varieties and in copious quantities. Women enjoyed pleats, petticoats, stylish collars and clothes made of nylon, wool, rayon, and taffeta.This was also the beginning of a huge economic boom, which further encouraged the manufacturing and marketing of stylish new clothing and apparel the likes of which women hadn’t enjoyed during the previous decade.The bland, uniform styles of the 1940s were replaced with outfits that featured closely-fitted waistlines, puffy skirts, blue jeans, long and narrow dresses, rounded shoulders and shapely bustlines. Women once again had a way to showcase their individual taste and personality through the various choices of clothing available to them.Tight perms? Yes, they did feature again in the late 70s and early 80s – for both men and women – before morphing into the crazy variety of 1980s statement hairstyles!A stylish slip dress is a wardrobe essential for every girl – then and now.The classic rockabilly style has not made it back into mainstream fashion, but its a fun and popular party theme.High necklines and plenty of lace would remain popular until the late 1960s. Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-53194-0001 Wittig CC-BY-SA 3.0Two ladies in the front row have chosen outfits with contrasting velvet features that echo the Neo-Edwardian Teddy Boy style. Photo by Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-55013-0003 – CC-BY-SA 3.0Girl in Tel Aviv, 1950s. Her pleated midi skirt is on-trend for 2018!Two girls in their dance shoes – perhaps taking a break from practicing their Lindy hop moves. Photo by Erik Holmén, Nordiska museet CC BY 4.0More pouffed-out skirts worn by these teenagers with narrow belts to emphasize their natural waistline. Photo by Erik Holmén CC BY 4.0Prom in the 1950s. Timeless simple lines for these formally dressed young ladies.Girl in prom dress, USA, 1950s.Cute girl in a sun dress. The gloves date her outfit, but the printed dress and neat heels still look modern today.Matching skirts anyone? As manufacturing methods evolved, a wide choice of patterned fabrics began to grace our wardrobes.A more casual take on the New Look.Relaxing in the garden.A smart button-front dress paired with comfy sneakers – perfect for a day of sightseeing.Beauty Queen. The sweetheart neckline has never fallen out of fashion since the ’50s.Strike a pose! Movie and music stars became the icons of the new ‘teenagers.’Prom dresses tend to look a little different these days, but variations on the 1950s theme are still a popular choice.This new explosion of fashion variety had started in 1947 with the famous “New Look” of Christian Dior. While women would eventually embrace the style, it didn’t go over well in the beginning.Women who had grown used to working outside the house were not ready to go back to being mothers and housewives.Read another story from us: Rare Retro Photos Show What “Cool” Looked Like 40 Years AgoThey considered the “New Look,” too extravagant and too much work to make all the pieces of an outfit come together just right. But in time, having survived the hardship and sacrifice of war, the booming prosperity won them over, the women of the 1950s fully embraced the consumerism which would define the rest of the 20th Century.last_img read more


first_img Facebook Comments A month ago the country was submerged in a celebration that expands throughout the world: International Women’s Day.As expected, there was praise and supporting words for all women that exalted their beauty, intelligence and constant effort. Many women in the country joined the Paro Internacional de las Mujeres #NosotrasParamos against violence, sexism and femicides. This movement gathered women from about 50 different countries around the world, and Costa Rica was one of them; here, the gathering took place at the Parque Central in San José.Back to realityThe romanticism didn’t last very long. On March 9 – in Naranjo – a woman was brutally murdered by her partner, who was armed with a machete and took her life in front of one of her children. The murderer found out that she was going to escape with their children because, according to the family members, she couldn’t stand the violence anymore. He then decided to attack her without any compassion, as he had done before, until he took her life. We’re speaking about the typical case in which mass media present it as a “crime of passion” to give it a romantic twist to the cruel stories behind gender violence.It took us only 24 hours to remember the importance of raising awareness and the fight towards a problem that naturally transcends our borders. A report from UN Women reflects that out of the 25 countries that have the highest rates of femicides, 14 are Latin American countries… Among the cases that generated the most pain and indignation in 2016 were the murder of Lucía Pérez, who was drugged, raped and impaled in Argentina, or the seven year-old girl who was kidnapped, raped, tortured and murderedby a 38 year-old man in Colombia.Each day at least an average of 12 Latin American and Caribbean women die, just because they’re women.Even though we are speaking much more consistently about gender violence on a Latin American level, there’s no true plan for shared action, above and beyond the actions that each country takes. It’s true that women find support from various governmental institutions – such as to the National Women’s Institute (INAMU) in Costa Rica – and the work of the above-mentioned UN Women, the UN Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, but channels of dialogue and communication that go beyond borders are still lacking.States are not working together to educate and to nurture the true prevention and eradication of violence against women… Today, what we have are a series of baffling data and treaties that in many cases are never respected.In that way, the discussion of femicides and gender violence heats up when specific events sporadically draw the attention of the public, when the truth is that these are the realities that many women live with on a daily basis. Due to that generalized apathy, the movement #NiUnaMenos (#NotOneLess) began organizing movements in Argentina that germinated a sense of union, solidarity and social unity among Latin American women.Together…Thanks to social media, gender violence has been more visible through the use of the hashtags #NosotrasParamos (#WeStop) and #VivasNosQueremos (#WeWantOurselvesAlive). Women unite in a common cause, understanding the fear of going out on the streets at night, visiting or vacationing in unknown places, or dealing with street harassment, shouts, whistles, stares and repulsive words in plain daylight.Recommended: Woman records video of man reaching down her shirt on bus Compilation of testimonies from Costa Rican women made by Nati Briceño. (Via Contexto)Click here to read Nati Briceño’s compilation of women’s experiences walking around San José.It’s true that our country has low rates of femicides in comparison with other Latin American countries…but the numbers from the last few years are worrying. According to the Gender Equality Observatory in Latin America and the Caribbean from the CEPAL, there were 14 femicides in Costa Rica in 2014, while an investigation from Amelia Rueda tallied an average of 32 between 2004 and 2014. Data from the Gender Violence Observatory Against Women and Access to Justice register 23 cases in 2016. Data from the Judicial Power’s Gender Observatory. (Via Contexto)Raising awareness about this problem should be a central topic in government planning. We must boost education regarding this topic from an early age within homes and families. If boys or girls see violence in their homes and grow up normalizing it, it’s very probable that in the future the pattern will be repeated.The future in women’s handsWomen now have a new leadership role in decision-making. This pattern must not lose its impulse. On the contrary, women must fight to obtain professional positions and be competitive not only in private companies, but also in the public-sector environment and political participation.The Costa Rican government must guarantee that public posts are held by both men and women and that both have the same possibilities to obtain such positions in public governance, whether at a local, communal or legislative level.There’s still a long path to eradicate gender violence, to obtain equality, to stop these cruel stories from repeating themselves, to stop women from being silenced and living under constant threats. 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You can find selected Tico Times content in Spanish at contexto.cr, and The Tico Times will share translated selections from Contexto’s talented community of writers, photographers and artists.Our sincere thanks go to the author of this piece, international relations student Lucía Vargas. Related posts:PHOTOS: Costa Rica march demands end to street harassment New campaign targets sexual harassment in public places Political renewal is needed – but it can’t be forced Cynthia Castro: the Costa Rican psychologist fighting for global gender equalitylast_img read more


first_imgSource = The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express heads to Berlin in 2016 a journey through time27 May 2015 – In 2016, the legendary Venice Simplon-Orient-Express embarks on a new journey to Berlin taking guests on a fascinating journey through time.  In the tradition of the first pioneering days of rail travel, this new route links three historic European capital cities, London, Paris and Berlin. The inaugural departure leaves from London to Berlin via Paris on Thursday 2 June 2016.Travelling in the original art-deco carriages of the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, evokes the glamour of the roaring 1920s when Berlin was a post-war metropolis with a flourishing arts and cabaret scene. Today, Berlin is a monument to living history as well as the emblem of reunified Germany signified by striking architecture such as the Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin Wall Memorial;  a thriving contemporary arts scene, lively bars and gourmet restaurants.Departing London on Thursday 2 June, the 2 day, 1 night journey from London to Berlin allows guests the time to slow down, relax and enjoy the journey as the train makes its way through Northern France; traversing the German countryside and arriving in time to spend the weekend in one of Europe’s most fascinating cities.Venice Simplon-Orient-Express brings to life the romance and nostalgia of the golden age of travel with its luxurious vintage carriages. The decorative wooden marquetry and ornate furnishings provide the stylish setting for memorable experiences from the fine dining in the elegant dining cars, to classic cocktails, champagne and entertainment in the bar car. The sleeper cabins are attended to by personal stewards who ensure a comfortable journey.The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express makes its return journey from Berlin to Paris or London on 4 June 2016.For further departure dates or to book please visit belmond.com or FREECALL 1800 000 395.last_img read more


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