“True to its reputation, the MAC steps off the beaten path!” noted John Zeppetelli, Director and Chief Curator of the MAC. “This fall is particularly multidisciplinary, and visitors can expect a program that highlights the most current, relevant, and varied avenues of contemporary art. Only at the MAC can you see, in a single visit, such a wide diversity of practices, ranging, for example, from a major video installation to the deliciously stylized work of a contemporary painter, to an extraordinary audiovisual experience, to performance art.”As the start date of the MAC’s Transformation Project has been postponed, the MAC will continue to hold its activities in its current location, on Sainte-Catherine Street. Updates about the Transformation Project will be shared as they become available.THE FULL PROGRAMMOMENTA X MACFrancis Alÿs: Children’s GamesSeptember 4, 2019 – January 5, 2020World-renowned for his body of work at the crossroads of the political and poetic, disrupting our perceptions of the world, Belgian artist Francis Alÿs is interested in everyday gestures and the political and symbolic potential that they contain. Ongoing since 1999 and now comprising nearly twenty videos, this project shows how children turn simple, ordinary things—coins, stones, plastic bottles and so on—into the raw material for unlikely and fantastical universes. Through the sparkling imagination of children, Alÿs presents an intimate yet political view of the universal and unifying nature of games.Francis Alÿs: Children’s Games is an exhibition produced in collaboration with MOMENTA | Biennale de l’image.Janet WernerOctober 31, 2019 – January 5, 2020Painting takes centre stage at the MAC this fall with a major survey of the last decade of work by Montréal painter Janet Werner. Visitors will have an opportunity to gauge the scope of Werner’s practice; since the 1990s she has developed a unique genre of fictional portraits featuring invented subjects. References to pop culture, humour, and the carnivalesque mingle with an aura of strangeness in Werner’s works as she explores different portrait styles, some executed in cadavre exquis manner, from collages of found, cut-out, and rearranged fashion photographs. She is also interested in the context in which paintings are produced, and she shifts away from portrait mode to explore the artist’s environment and the studio.A major figure in Canadian painting who has played a prominent role in updating the portrait genre, Werner blurs the lines between abstraction and realism, between real and imaginary, to the spectator’s delight.MUTEK: ISM HexadomeAugust 13 – September 2, 2019The MAC hosts ISM Hexadome, an immersive 360-degree installation combining the arts and high tech, for its only Canadian stop on its North American tour. This amazing experience involves nine projections on six giant screens by various artist duos, both rising stars and well-known music and image artists, such as Thom Yorke and Ben Frost. Two world premières complete this unprecedented offering: upon invitation by MUTEK, artist Herman Kolgen will create a tenth work in situ to be added to the installation on August 20 and the New York collective Little Cinema will present an adaptation of Darren Aronofsky’s film Mother! Part of the official program for the 20th edition of the MUTEK festival, ISM Hexadome is a collaboration between MUTEK and the Institute for Sound & Music (ISM) in Berlin.Gisele AmanteaOctober 9, 2019 – January 15, 2020Revisiting the MAC Rotunda in an original and disruptive way in a new series of ink-jet prints, Gisele Amantea combines photographic documentation of this iconic space of the Museum with drawings inspired by Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s mid-eighteenth-century etchings. Her stated intent is “a personal critique of the museum and a musing both on its power dynamics and on the position I have in relation to it as an artist.” Exhibiting these prints in the Rotunda, the MAC playfully participates in a critique of its own institution at a moment of anticipation before the transformation project begins, in which the Rotunda is slated to disappear.Je vois ce que tu regardes: Luis Jacob and Serge TousignantOctober 31, 2019 – January 5, 2020Works by artists Luis Jacob (Toronto) and Serge Tousignant (Montréal) are brought together in an unprecedented pairing that shows how a field of artistic research – in this case, the spectator’s experience – can be conveyed in different ways. Jacob offers visitors a series of images, his Album X, in which the heterogeneity of subjects and absence of descriptive legends creates a context in which spectators are free to reconstruct linkages and unusual relationships. The effect of Tousignant’s polychrome sculptures formed of colourful shapes is to engage in a more direct relationship with spectators by acting directly on their experience of the space.Alain Paiement : Bleu de bleuOctober 31, 2019 – January 5, 2020The result of research developed over a four-year period, Bleu de bleu frames a small concrete-and-asphalt stretch of the world along Highway 20 between Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and downtown Montréal. In this exhibition, the MAC presents the work as it has been integrated into the Musée collection: an installation made up of thirty-two videographic, photographic and sculptural elements, whose conceptual nature is intrinsically linked to its monumental, eponymous in situ placement. The work at the museum remains an experience of time and space, but one revealed through layers of data: it comprises a near-inextricable, labyrinthine series of documents and images, of plans, drawings, surveys and projections.EMERGENovember 19 – November 24, 2019Organized by guest curator Mehdi Brit and MAC curator Mark Lanctôt, EMERGE is an event dedicated to contemporary performance that brings together ten of the most important Canadian and European artists in the discipline. The most complete gathering of performance art ever mounted at the MAC, EMERGE will offer a stimulating encounter among theatre, visual arts, and body art, highlighting the pluridisciplinary nature of the most tantalizing current practices. A series of panels and lectures will accompany the event to complement the program of works presented.Artists: Daina Ashbee (Canada), Uriel Barthélémi & Entissar Al Hamdany (France), Marie-Caroline Hominal (Switzerland), Dana Michel (Canada), Didier Morelli (Canada), Bridget Moser (Canada), Marthe Ramm Fortun (Norway), Maria Salgado(Spain), PPKK (Sarah Ancelle Schoenfeld and Louis-Philippe Scoufaras) (Germany), Marinella Senatore (Italy)Rebecca Belmore: Facing the MonumentalUntil October 6, 2019The most comprehensive exhibition ever presented of the work of Anishinaabe artist Rebecca Belmore, Facing the Monumental, presents a group of strikingly visceral images—in sculptures, videos, and photographs—that address the urgent question of our times. With boundless beauty, sensitivity and resilience, her work explores our problematic relationships with territory, women’s lives, historic events and ongoing violence against Indigenous peoples.CULTURAL ACTIVITIESInclusion in action ProgramUnderway since September 2018 and lasting until March 2020, the Inclusion in Action program offers a group of educational activities, free of charge, for Indigenous people, people living with a handicap, and immigrants in a situation of vulnerability. Participants are invited to visit the exhibitions differently, to participate in creative workshops adapted to their situation, and to discuss their perception of art.The physical and social inclusion that results from this mixing of audiences certainly spark thought on respect for differences, as well as intercultural dialogue and promote discussions and closer connections on the human, artistic and emotional levels.The program is made possible with support from the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications, as part of the Plan d’action de la nouvelle Politique culturelle du Québec.For groups, by reservation only Information: 514 847-625313th Max and Iris Stern International SymposiumOctober 4, 5, 6, 2019Developed alongside presentation of Rebecca Belmore’s exhibition, the 13th Stern Symposium looks at the situation of Indigenous women and the recent reports published in Canada and Québec regarding how they have been treated. The program includes performative readings, theoretical reflections, and a presentation by Belmore. The symposium will offer an opportunity to hear several Indigenous women leaders discuss the questions that concern them.AcknowledgementsThe Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal is a provincially owned corporation funded by the ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec. It receives additional funding from the Government of Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts.The MAC would also like to thank its media partners: La Presse and The Gazette. As part of Francis Alÿs: Children’s Games, the MAC extends its thanks to Cinéma Beaubien and Cinéma du Parc, as well as the Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) (November 14 – 24, 2019).The ISM Hexadome North America Tour is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, implemented by the Goethe-Institut and supported by the Federation of German Industries (BDI) under the “Year of German-American Friendship” program called “Wunderbar Together”. In Montréal, the project is a collaboration with the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal with the additional financial support of the Government of Québec.EMERGE is a co-production of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Goethe-Institut Montréal and the Consulat Général de France à Québec as members of the Montréal cluster of cultural institutes of member countries in the European National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC), along with the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Montreal and the Embassy of Spain in Ottawa. The project received generous support from the Franco-German Fund, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Consulate General of Switzerland and the Royal Norwegian Embassy.Rebecca Belmore: Facing the Monumental is organized by the AGO and curated by Wanda Nanibush, Curator, Indigenous Art. The MAC presentation is organized by Lesley Johnstone, Curator and Head of Exhibitions and Education.Visuals : http://presse.macm.org/en/ Username : presse Password : gtrcmedias See under tab: Exhibitions Advertisement Login/Register With: MONTRÉAL, Aug. 13, 2019 – The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal is proud to unveil its exciting fall program, offering visitors a chance to explore a highly diversified group of art practices by celebrated contemporary artists. Two high points will punctuate the season: first, the MAC is once again partnering with MOMENTA | Biennale de l’image to present to the public, for the first time in North America, Francis Alÿs: Children’s Games. Second, in October, painting will make a grand return to the museum with one of the great Canadian masters of the medium: Janet Werner. Alain Paiement, Cadres intervalles, 2018, Ink-jet digital print on paper, 41 × 56 cm, In the process of acquisition, Photo: Courtesy the artist and Galerie Hugues Charbonneau (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) ISM Hexadome (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) Francis Alÿs, Children’s Game 10 / Papalote, 2011, Video, colour, sound, 4 min 13 s, © Francis Alÿs (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) Janet Werner, Folding Woman, 2009, Oil on canvas, 167.5 × 134.5 cm, Private collection, Photo: Paul Litherland (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) Gisele Amantea, Faux Site, Museum (after Piranesi), 2017, Archival pigmented ink-jet print, 109 × 144 cm, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Courtesy the artist (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) Serge Tousignant, Gémination, 1967, Painted steel and stainless steel, 53.3 × 110.8 × 61 cm, Collection of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Photo: Richard-Max Tremblay (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) Marinella Senatore, Palermo Procession 6 (production still), 2018, Public performance, Photo: Courtesy the artist (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) Québec and Canadian artists also take centre stage with exhibitions by Luis Jacob and Serge Tousignant, Gisele Amantea, and Alain Paiement. In November, the MAC presents EMERGE, the largest gathering of performance art ever organized at the museum. Finally, the fall season begins today at the MAC, which is hosting a major immersive installation as part of the MUTEK festival, ISM Hexadome, until September 2nd. Facebook Advertisement And then there are the cultural activities, with the Inclusion in Action program and the 13th Max and Iris Stern International Symposium (October 4–6). Workshops for families and adults, interactive visits, encounters with artists and curators, and the SéminArts program continue throughout the fall season. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter Marinella Senatore, Palermo Procession 6 (production still), 2018, Public performance, Photo: Courtesy the artist (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) Advertisement
The Canadian Press Index and currency in this story: (TSX:GSPTSE, TSX:CADUSD=X) TORONTO — Gains in the key financial, industrial and material sectors helped Canada’s main stock index push higher, while the loonie gained ground following the Bank of Canada’s latest rate announcement.The S&P/TSX composite index was up 85.59 points at 14,690.74.In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 97.87 points at 23,885.32. The S&P 500 index was up 6.09 points at 2,580.50, while the Nasdaq composite was up 33.83 points at 6,930.83.The Canadian dollar traded for 75.58 cents US compared with an average of 75.23 cents US on Tuesday after the Bank of Canada kept its key rate on hold at 1.75 per cent, but said higher rates will be necessary over time.The February crude contract was up US$1.09 at US$50.87 per barrel and the February natural gas contract was down 2.5 cents at US$2.94 per mmBTU.The February gold contract was up US$5.30 at US$1,291.20 an ounce and the March copper contract was down 0.25 of a cent at US$2.65 a pound.
The move, facilitated by United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), follows the release of 300 children by armed groups in early February.“No child should ever have to pick up a weapon and fight” said Mahimbo Mdoe, the head of UNICEF programmes in the country.“For every child released, today marks the start of a new life,” he said. “We are proud to support these children as they return to their families and start to build a brighter future.”But officials also noted that thousands more children remain in the hands of armed groups in South Sudan, in violation of international law. This week’s discharge took place in Bakiwiri, a rural community in Western Equatoria state.The children will now undergo medical screenings and receive counselling and psychosocial support as part of the reintegration programme, said UNICEF. Once home, they will also have access to vocational training as well as age-specific education services in schools and accelerated learning centres.Their families will also be provided with three months’ worth of food assistance to support reintegration.Those discharged – 112 boys, 95 girls – were from the South Sudan National Liberation Movement and Sudan People’s Liberation Army-In Opposition.Finding happiness after traumaThe children, scarred by what they were made to do in the armed groups and what they saw, were happy to be going home.“They [the armed group] found us on the way when we were going to the garden. They killed my father and kidnapped us…” said a 16-year-old, recalling hardship and torture for not being able to cook and clean properly.Another child, a 17-year-old, said that they were made to loot and witness “terrible things” that traumatized them.“I am happy to come back home,” said the child.Families, too, were ecstatic.“I am so happy with the Government and those who brought peace to Yambio because today my three children are going to be released to stay with me at home […] I am grateful to UNICEF and also those who made it possible for the release of the children,” said a mother.About 19,000 children still remain in armed groupsHowever, despite this release, and the one before it, there are still about19,000 children in use by armed forces and groups in South Sudan. And with conflict lingering in the world’s youngest nation, the risk that children will be used in fighting remains.“So long as the recruitment and use of children by armed groups continues, these groups fail on their commitment to uphold the rights of children under international law,” underscored UNICEF.As peace talks resume, the UN agency has called on all parties to the conflict to end the use of children and to release all children in their ranks.Since gaining independence in 2011, South Sudan has spent much of its short life mired in conflict, as what began as a political face-off between President Salva Kiir and former Vice-President Riek Machar erupted into full-blown war late in 2013.
MANCHESTER, England — Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says left back Benjamin Mendy could miss up to three months with his latest knee injury.It leaves the Premier League leaders without a natural left back for one of the busiest parts of the season. Fabian Delph and Oleksandr Zinchenko — both midfielders — are likely to be called on to fill in for Mendy, just like last season.Mendy missed the majority of his first season at City after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee against Crystal Palace in September 2017.This time, Mendy has injured his left knee. He had an operation on a meniscus problem during the international break after withdrawing from the France squad.Guardiola says Mendy would be missing for between 10 to 12 weeks.___More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/apf-Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_SportsThe Associated Press
https://jrnl.ie/4628853 Ophir Kariv Opinion: Eurovision boycott activists are opposed to Israel’s right to self-determination They pretend that the Jewish people have no right to live in the places where they were born and where their history, religion and culture are deeply rooted, writes the Israeli ambassador to Ireland, Ophir Kariv. 220 Comments Saturday 11 May 2019, 7:00 PM Share118 Tweet Email4 The Eurovision Song Contest is due to take place in Tel Aviv next week and some campaigners have called for the event to be boycotted. The Journal.ie commissioned Voices articles from both sides of the debate so you can read an opinion piece from the other side here. THIS WEEK ISRAEL celebrates 71 years of independence.In 1948 when the modern Israeli state was born, Israel was a very small, poor country largely consisting of desert.Its tiny population, many of them Holocaust survivors, had to build a new life and a new country in the ancient land of their forefathers.They had to do this against repeated aggression from their Arab neighbours who tried to wipe Israel off the map.Today, Israel is a prosperous, dynamic country of eight million people. The Israeli economy is one of the most innovative in the world.Israel is proud of its rich, diverse mix of peoples, among them: European and Middle Eastern Jews, Christian Arabs, Muslim Arabs, Druze and Circassians.Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East, the only country with free politics, freedom of speech and press, the only country in the region where the LGBT community is equal and free.Israel, like Ireland, has managed to preserve its freedoms despite having to deal with conflict from its first day.Later this month, Israel will host the Eurovision for the third time. Ever since the 1950s, the Eurovision has been a leading cultural event bringing people together in mutual celebration of peace and music.Ireland and Israel have long excelled in it; Ireland has won the competition seven times, Israel four. We welcome people to Tel Aviv, a vibrant, open diverse city on the Mediterranean coast and I wish the best of luck to Ireland’s entry this year, Sarah McTernan.Regrettably, there is a small group of extremist activists who have tried very hard over the past year to prevent the Eurovision happening this year or at least to stop Ireland’s state broadcaster RTE from airing the event.These people like to call themselves ‘pro-Palestinian.’ Actually, they are not.Their activism, their hatred, their negative calls for boycotts, and their aggressive intimidation of people who support Israel do not do anything to improve the life of a single Palestinian but show that their only agenda is an anti-Israel one.They pretend that the Jewish people have no right to live in the places where they were born and where their history, religion and culture are deeply rooted since ancient times.They ignore that since the 1990s continuous attempts to reach a peace agreement have been rebuffed and have been met with more and more Palestinian terrorism.Only last week, Israeli civilians once again became the target of more than 600 rockets fired indiscriminately at towns and cities in southern Israel.Hamas, the Palestinian terrorists who carried out those attacks, have committed a double war crime. They are intentionally targeting civilians in Israel while also using their own civilian population as human shields for their military assets and rocket launching sites.In essence, all of this is being backed by those extremist boycotters.While debate over Israeli policy, like a debate of any country’s policies, is, of course, legitimate, the extremists constantly try to bash and defame Israel by abusing terms and descriptions hijacked from other agendas, places and times.The most extreme of those false allegations come dangerously close to being covered by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism, adopted by representatives of 31 countries – including Ireland.These include, for example, denying the Jewish people’s right to national self-determination; describing Israel as a racist state; dehumanising and demonising Israeli Jews.This is not about the Eurovision. Millions of Europeans, including Irish people, Israelis, Palestinians and others around the globe will watch the Eurovision Song Contest.Those who hate Israel want to stop that shared joy from happening. They won’t succeed.Ophir Kariv is the Ambassador of Israel in Ireland. May 11th 2019, 7:01 PM Short URL 40,411 Views By Ophir Kariv Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
The Napoli footballer has been supported by many after he was racially abused during the match against Inter Milan on Boxing DayAfter Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly was racially abused by Internazionale Milan fans, many people have come out to support him.And one of these is Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.Pogba knows that is to be racially abused, as he played for Italian Lega Serie A side Juventus before.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….And he showed his solidarity by wearing a wristband adorned with the word “honor.”“Well done guys beautiful way to finish the year,” Pogba started the post according to The Manchester Evening News“Honour hand band for @kkoulibaly26. 2019 say NO to racism. @manchesterunited #mufc.”“Thank you my bro for the supporting! Congratulations for the goals and the victory! See you soon bro,” Koulibaly wrote on his social media.
Cook Inlet oil and gas producer Hilcorp has announced purchase of an LNG plant at Port MacKenzie. The plant, now owned by Titan Alaska LNG, supplies Fairbanks Natural Gas.Fairbanks Natural Gas President Dan Britton says the sale grew from discussions between Fairbanks Natural Gas and Hilcorp about a longer-term gas supply.Hilcorp spokeswoman Lori Nelson says the Regulatory Commission of Alaska must approve the sale.“The transaction is definitely dependent on all the necessary and regulatory approvals, so this just marks the agreement for and desire for Hilcorp to purchase that facility.”Nelson says Hilcorp supplies gas to Titan’s plant and has a contract through 2018. She says Hilcorp plans to expand the facility in the future, and to expand its capacity for transmission of gas to Interior markets. Fairbanks Natural Gas serves about 1,100 mixed residential and commercial customers in the core of Fairbanks.“It actually opens up great opportunity for us to expand the market here in Alaska. As you know, we have been investing hundreds of millions in Cook Inlet to up that production, and with a closed market and limited availability for export, growing our market within Alaska is a natural step for us, and one that also serves the Interior residents as well.”Nelson says she has no details on the agreed upon price of the purchase. Hilcorp recently purchased four North Slope fields formerly owned by BP. Nelson says the two transactions are not related.
Warangal: The weather condition is conducive for the plantation of saplings, Warangal Rural District Collector M Haritha said. In a video conference with mandal officers here on Saturday, she instructed them to strive hard to make Haritha Haram a huge success. “Implementation of plantation drive should not be seen as a task. It’s a social responsibility that every official needs to give his 100 per cent,” Haritha said. The Collector said: “We should protect the environment not only for our needs but also for future generations as well.” Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us As forecast of rainfall in over the next one week is given, it’s the right time for State departments to get their act together to take up plantation drive on a massive note, the Collector said. She directed the DRDO and Agriculture department officials to fulfil the task assigned to them in the next days. She told them to focus on bund plantation besides motivating farmers to take up the Haritha Haram voluntarily. She directed the Excise officials to complete the plantation of toddy palm in a fortnight. She instructed the Forest officials to submit daily report on the progress of Haritha Haram. DFO K Purushotham, DRDO Sampath Rao and Agriculture officer Usha Dayal were among others who were present on the occasion.
Hyderabad: Ch Anitha, Telangana State Forest Range Officer of Kaghaznagar Range of Kumram Bheem Asifabad district, who was attacked by the brother of a ruling party MLA, has bagged the Late KVS Babu Gold Medal. According to Telangana State Forest Academy (TSFA) officials, the award was instituted in the memory of KVS Babu, who worked as a principal conservator of forests in united Andhra Pradesh. The award was conferred on Anitha for showing courage and commitment she displayed towards the protection of forest lands in spite of local leaders assaulting her brutally. Also Read – With 61 feet high, Khairatabad Ganesh claimed to be tallest idol in India Advertise With Us Besides, I Suresh Kumar, Deputy Range Officer of Nellore Range from Andhra Pradesh was also awarded Gold Medal. He bagged the award for preventing encroachment of forest lands in Nellore range against all odds. Responding while accepting the awards, the forest official said that they would continue to give their best for the protection of forests. Also Read – Unidentified assailants killed a person in Saidabad PS limits Advertise With Us Later, former PCCF PK Jha delivered the KVS Babu 7th Memorial Lecture on “Forest protection in present day scenario”. He highlighted the history of the interaction of forests and people dwelling in forest areas and policies of various governments related to forest lands. He made a point that sources of problems to forests are lying outside forests and solutions also have to be found outside forest areas. The Forest department and forest staff are not against development but they are only discharging their genuine duties to protect forests, he added. Advertise With Us Jha stressed the need to bring awareness among various sections of people on this aspect. PCCF (HoFF) R Sobha, who presided over the ceremony called upon all forest ranger and beat officer trainees to take a cue and strive to win such a gold medal. P Raghuveer, VC&MD TSFDC, M Prudhvi Raju, PCCF (Production), S K Das, president Retired Forest Officers’ Association, K Buchirami Reddy, P Mallikharjuna Rao, PCCF (R ) of AP, and others shared their association with late KVS Babu. Phani Prasunamba, the widow of Babu who instituted the gold medals in honour of her husband, presented the gold medals to the two awardees.
After a listless performance by their top-order, South Africa were able to post a presentable total of 227/9 against India in their ICC 2019 World Cup match. The Proteas started badly after losing both their openers cheaply. The demolition was began by Jasprit Bumrah. The right-arm pacer generated good pace and bounce as well as got decent movement off the deck to cause lot of problems to the batsmen.Both Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock got out edging the ball to the slip cordon. South Africa’s captain Faf du Plessis and Rassie van der Dussen then got together and, after initially struggling to pick Yuzvendra Chahal’s googlies, settled in nicely to keep the scoreboard ticking at a decent rate.Apart from the opening spell by Bumrah, other Indian bowlers were looking innocuous but then the match turned when Chahal dismissed van der Dussen. This was followed by a complete collapse of the middle order as the two spinners reduced the Proteas 89/5.David Miller and Andile Phehlukwayo tried to resurrect the innings but weren’t very successful. However, they did take the score close to 150. Chahal then got two more wickets to reduce SA to 158/7. But then a brilliant partnership between Kagiso Rabada and Chris Morris got them to the score of 227. The two lower order batsmen batted way better than their middle and top order batsmen and by grafting singles and getting the odd boundary, ensured they had something to bowl at.
“You’re turning around these people’s worlds with this, for one,” Watson said. “They’re not going to be able to get any more driver’s licenses, and they’re not going to get any more work permits.”Watson said she fears that current DACA beneficiaries will be unemployed once their permits expire. According to a study by the Center for American Progress, roughly 700,000 workers could lose their jobs over the next several years should DACA be repealed.Despite the looming federal deadline, Aguirre said he hopes DACA recipients in Texas realize that they’re not alone.“Even though right now the program has ended, we’re going to continue to support and heal one another,” Aguirre said. “We have people throughout the country standing at our side, even though the path ahead may be difficult. We’re still here.” “As a person who is undocumented and is a DACA recipient, I had to wake up to news alerts and tweets basically deciding the future of my life,” Aguirre said. “Overall, it was a really cruel decision … and it’s been really difficult to maneuver through that.”Aguirre, 23, said he came to the U.S. in 1996 with his mom when he was a year old. “My dad was already working between the U.S. and Mexico as a migrant worker. Right after I was born, he decided to do that once again, and my mom didn’t want us to be separated … so she decided to emigrate to the U.S. so we could be reunited,” he said.He said his family settled in Fort Worth, then he moved to Austin in 2012 to attend the University of Texas.Aguirre said his DACA was recently re-approved through 2019 — what he called his third chance to “carry out my life in safety and feel at home in this country.” But those whose DACA protection expires between Sept. 5 and March 5, 2018 — six months out from the deadline Trump outlined — have less than two weeks to get their application filed.To be eligible to renew an application now, DACA recipients must prove they didn’t leave the United States on or after Aug. 15, 2012, without permission from USCIS, have continuously resided in the United States since submitting their most recently approved DACA request and have not been convicted of a felony, a significant misdemeanor or three or more misdemeanors.“If you have had any new … arrests, detention, or convictions, you should not move forward with a renewal before speaking with an immigration lawyer,” Valdez said. “Criminal issues could make you ineligible. An individual could even wind up in immigration court proceedings.”The administration’s new policy has cut off others from DACA protection altogether. DACA recipients with expiration dates of March 6 or later will not be able to apply to renew it. And the federal government stopped accepting first-time DACA applications on Sept. 5. DACA supporters held a press conference in front of the Texas Attorney General’s Office in Austin on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017, after the Trump administration announced the program was ending.As federal officials continue to send mixed signals about the fate of an Obama-era program that granted relief from deportation to hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants, an upcoming deadline could determine their status in the United States.Assuming the Trump Administration moves forward with a plan it outlined in early September to phase out Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — or DACA — Oct. 5 will be a monumental day for many recipients of the program, sometimes referred to as “Dreamers”: it’s the deadline to get their DACA renewal applications accepted by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, or risk deportation.“Trump has effectively already killed the DACA program,” said Sheridan Aguirre, a recipient of the program and field communications manager for United We Dream, an organization that aims to promote higher education for immigrants and natives alike. “Right now, a lot of immigrant young people and their families are concerned.”Aguirre is one of roughly 124,000 Texans now covered under DACA — which gives them protection from deportation and a renewable, two-year work permit. DACA now covers more than 800,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the country before they were 16 years old and were 30 or younger when the program began in June 2012.However, the clock is now ticking. According to several immigration attorneys and advocates, the renewal applications must be perfect to avoid the risk of rejection before the crucial cut off.Frances Valdez, an immigration attorney for United We Dream, said that what people often think are minor paperwork mistakes may lead to a denied DACA application. She said applicants should have a copy of previous DACA applications to make sure they’re consistent with renewal applications, bring the correct filing fee — which is $495 — and make copies of everything they send in with their renewal application.“Inconsistencies could lead to requests for more information,” Valdez said. “Depending on the inconsistency, it could lead to denial.”According to Jackie Watson, an immigrants’ rights advocate and an attorney at Walker Gates Vela in Austin, there’s no easy fix for any denials that come after the Oct. 5 deadline.“You have to make sure the whole application is very precisely filled out and accepted because if it’s not accepted, you’re done,” Watson said.In September, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Trump Administration planned to phase out DACA after six months. Several days later, President Donald Trump offered conflicting statements on the state of a possible deal with Democratic leadership that would both extend DACA and beef up border security. Share
After seeing the rarity of Black-owned quality dessert providers in the Washington D.C., a young Black business woman decided to change that and serve her own. Rabia Kamara is the creator of Ruby Scoops, a retailer of ice creams, sorbets, sherbets, and other desserts that started October 2014 in Northeast D.C.Rabia Kamara is the founder and chef of the Ruby Scoops Ice Cream Parlor in Northeast D.C. (Courtesy photos)Kamara, 28, a Silver Spring, Md. native, made Ruby Scoops when she noticed that desserts “were taking a bit of a backseat in D.C.” compared with other food items on the menu. “I’ve been to other ‘food cities’ where desserts [are] still kind of its own importance and I went to one restaurant where there’s more pages to the dessert menu than the food menu,” she told the AFRO. “When you spend money for services I feel like they should be to par, which is part of my issue with desserts in restaurants and things in general.”Kamara brought Ruby Scoops to the metropolitan area not only for the love she has for her community but also a love for what she does. Her love for creating desserts began when she was five years old. “This is a labor of love, this is not about money,” said Kamara. “I like money, I look forward to making money, but I don’t cook for the money. I cook because I think I would go crazy if I did anything else.” She attended Paint Branch High School in Burtonsville, Md.In college, at the University of Virginia Commonwealth, Kamara originally studied marketing then switch to business management. After college, she attended culinary school L’Academie De Cuisine in Gaithersburg, Md. After she decided to attend culinary school, Kamara said she experienced a rift in her family which led to her setting up shop in the area.“My mom was like, ‘What are you doing with your life?’ so I figured if I was to do this I may as well come home to do it in her face,” she said.Kamara, who is a first generation African-American, said, “African parents are very much about ‘I told you so’ and to this day, that’s probably one of my biggest driving factors. I don’t ever want to hear my mom say ‘I told you so,’ even if she has the right to.”Being from a diverse community like Silver Spring, Kamara said she faced new racial difficulties as a young Black woman in the business world. “The whole food thing on the East Coast is all like White dudes and it’s really hard as a woman of color to walk up to someone and say ‘Hey, I would like you to teach me how to do everything you do.’ For some reason, that’s just not something that White men like to hear so it was really hard for me to figure out how to get into a kitchen,” Kamara said. “And when I got into the kitchen, it was hard for me to figure out how to express what my needs and wants are without them being misconstrued like I’m some angry Black [woman].”Ruby Scoops uses Manheim, Penn.-based Kreider Farms dairy, cage free eggs, cane sugar, and seasonal fruit from local Black-owned farms. “I have personal relationships with the farmers that I work with . . . I see them on a bi-weekly basis, I check in with them about how things are going,” said Kamara. “This is not just about me making money but it’s about me putting money back in the hands of not only my local economy in general but my Black economy as well. I focus very heavily on collaborating with other small businesses.” She said her company donates to charitable causes that involve minority youth.Ruby Scoops is currently served at a variety of farmers markets, eateries, and grocery stores in the area.
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New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies The defeat raises the prospect of a political stalemate for years to come.China’s legislature signaled its determination not to back down from its August decision despite the veto.“Its legal force is unquestionable,” the National People’s Congress Standing Committee said in a statement, according to the official Xinhua news agency.Hong Kong Chief Secretary Carrie Lam told lawmakers just before the vote that she was “sad and disappointed” knowing that the proposal would be defeated.“I don’t know when democratization can be taken forward,” she said. Hong Kong and Beijing officials have said that in the event of a defeat, leaders would continue to be handpicked by a 1,200-member panel of local elites.Hong Kong is a former British colony that retains its own legal and financial system and civil liberties such as freedom of speech not seen on the mainland. Even during colonial times, residents were unable to choose their leader, then known as the governor, who was dispatched from London.Hong Kong’s unpopular current leader, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, said he was “disappointed” with the defeat and signaled that his administration would not attempt to restart democratic development during the two years remaining in his term. 5 treatments for adult scoliosis “It’s time for the community to move on,” Leung told reporters. “In the coming two years, the Hong Kong government will focus efforts on the various economic development and livelihood issues.”Pro-democracy leaders vowed to continue fighting for genuine democracy.“Today is not the end of the democracy movement,” said lawmaker Alan Leong. “Quite the contrary, this is the starting point of another wave of democratic movement.”Hong Kong officials and Chinese state media blamed pro-democracy lawmakers for the loss.“One person, one vote becomes a phantom with the opposition of the pro-democracy legislators,” the nationalist tabloid Global Times opined. “History will not judge what they did today to be glorious.”Authorities are blaming the opposition in an attempt to punish them at upcoming local and legislature elections this year and next, said Joseph Cheng, a political scientist at City University of Hong Kong.“The confrontation will continue until after these two elections at the very least,” he said.After two days of heated discussion, the debate came to a bizarre end when some pro-establishment lawmakers walked out moments before the vote, despite being denied a request for a 15-minute break. Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Sponsored Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong lawmakers defeated the government’s Beijing-backed election plan Thursday, vindicating pro-democracy activists who flooded the streets last year in protest but leaving the city’s long-term political future up in the air.Lawmakers spent two days debating the proposal, which would have allowed Hong Kong citizens to vote for the top leader for the first time in 2017, but require all candidates to be approved by Beijing. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility The crucial legislature vote ended in a confusing anticlimax when most pro-establishment lawmakers walked out moments before it began in what appeared to be a bungled attempt to delay the vote by depriving it of a quorum. The proposal was rejected after 28 lawmakers, all but one from pro-democracy parties, voted against it. Eight were in favor and 34 did not cast votes.Even if the lawmakers had remained, the proposal would have been rejected because the government needed at least 47 of 70 votes for approval.Outside the legislature, pro-democracy supporters cheered after hearing the result.“This is the result that we want, so everyone is very happy,” said 19-year-old student Sylvia Leung.The defeat marks the end of the territory’s most tumultuous year since Beijing took control in 1997. Known for being a stable and prosperous Asian financial center, Hong Kong has been hit by chaotic and unruly protests since Beijing’s legislature decreed last August that it wanted elections to be restricted. Tens of thousands of people, most of them students, took to the streets in response, occupying busy thoroughfares in three neighborhoods for 11 weeks last autumn to protest what they called “fake democracy.” Pro-establishment parties hold more than half the seats but some representatives remained inside amid the confusion. They said they weren’t told of any decision to leave.Lawmaker Jeffrey Lam said they wanted to wait for 79-year-old member Lau Wong-fat, who was ill, to return to the council chamber so he could vote.“Unfortunately, there were some communication problems with some representatives, so they didn’t leave the chamber,” he said.___Associated Press writer Didi Tang in Beijing contributed to this report.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. The vital role family plays in society Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Comments Share Top Stories
in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News Economists Shrink Building Forecasts in Survey Home Values Homebuilders Housing Starts Mortgage Rates 2014-06-12 Colin Robins June 12, 2014 456 Views Economists are lowering their expectations for housing starts in 2014, according to a survey performed by the Wall Street Journal. The Journal notes their diminishing optimism is among the most noticeable trend in monthly surveys of economic forecasters in the first half of 2014.To begin the year, the consensus view among economists participating in the survey was that housing starts would jump 20 percent this year, rising to 1.11 million units from a total of 924,900 in 2013.However, the harsh winter halted homebuilding across the nation in January and February, leading to an inauspicious start to the homebuilding season. Furthermore, the Journal noted that mortgage rates also posed a problem, spiking in the previous summer. Coupled with rising home values, many buyers were placed in a situation where they were effectively priced out of the new home market completely.The ongoing ramifications of increased mortgage rates and rising home values caused forecasters to lower their expectations for the year. The June survey’s consensus view calls for an amended new home start total of 1.05 million homes.If home construction meets the new expectations, it will still see a 13 percent increase from 2013’s total. However, housing likely won’t give the big growth boost that was initially expected by economists in January, the Journal concluded. Share
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Lynn Elber, The Associated Press Posted Jan 8, 2019 12:33 pm PDT LOS ANGELES — Andre Braugher and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” are opening up shop on a new network this week.The sitcom that was cancelled by Fox debuts Thursday on NBC with the cast intact, including Braugher and Andy Samberg.Braugher made his name in dramas including “Homicide: Life on the Street,” but says he enjoys the change of pace that comedy brings.He’s returning to dramatic form onstage in a new play that he’s also producing, Julia Doolittle’s “Tell Them I’m Still Young.”The play is opening later this month in New Jersey, and Braugher hopes to bring it to New York.Lynn Elber, The Associated Press In this Nov. 2, 2018 file photo, Andre Braugher, a cast member in the television series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” poses for a portrait at CBS Radford Studios in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) Andre Braugher leads ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ to a new network
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