Major Renovations Begin at École RosedesVents

first_imgStudents, teachers and parents are celebrating the start of amajor renovation project at École Rose-des-Vents in Greenwoodtoday, Nov. 26. The $6.5-million project will see the construction of a newgymnasium and information technology lab. “These renovations will make an excellent school even better,”said Premier John Hamm. “And the benefits go far beyond thestudents and staff at École Rose-des-Vents. Any time we improveone of the province’s francophone schools, we’re supporting NovaScotia’s Acadian community and heritage, of which we’re veryproud.” The four-year project will also include the construction of a newfurnace room and electrical room, as well as the conversion ofthe existing gym to a cafeteria. “The new facilities will be a great addition to both thefrancophone and anglophone communities of the Annapolis Valley,”said Louis Cormier, principal at École Rose-des-Vents. “Theschool will more than ever become a real focal point for localpeople and community groups.” École Rose-des-Vents has 183 students in Grades primary to 12. The renovations will be completed in 2007.last_img read more

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Sixmember panel to address grievances at IP University

first_imgNew Delhi: The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprashta University constituted a six-member committee on Tuesday to address the grievance of the students coming for the admission in session 2019-20.The comittee includes Prof Vaishali Singh as Chairperson, Professor Manpreet Kaur Singh, Director (Student Welfare) and professor Dr Nitin Malik as Jt registrar (admission), Dr Sunita Shiva and Dr Vijay Kumar and Apoorva Vashitha as the student’s representative. The committee will address the students’ admission related issues.last_img read more

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Heres a quick glance at unemployment rates for March by province

first_imgOTTAWA – Canada’s national unemployment rate was 5.8 per cent in March. Here are the jobless rates last month by province (revised numbers from the previous month in brackets):— Newfoundland and Labrador 14.2 per cent (14.0)— Prince Edward Island 10.3 (10.1)— Nova Scotia 7.4 (7.9)— New Brunswick 8.0 (8.2)— Quebec 5.6 (5.6)— Ontario 5.5 (5.5)— Manitoba 6.2 (5.9)— Saskatchewan 5.8 (5.6)— Alberta 6.3 (6.7)— British Columbia 4.7 (4.7)last_img

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DHX Media signs deal to sell Halifax animation studio terms not disclosed

first_imgHALIFAX – DHX Media Ltd. has signed a deal to sell its Halifax animation studio to IoM Media Ventures.Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.DHX says the sale is part of its ongoing strategic shift to focus and streamline its production operations.The children’s entertainment company noted the sale does not include This Hour Has 22 Minutes, which continues to be owned by DHX Media and produced in Halifax.The sale is expected to close by the end of the year, subject to customary closing conditions.DHX completed a strategic review earlier this year that ended with a deal to boost distribution and sales of its Peanuts brand in China and elsewhere in Asia. The company also suspended its dividend, cut staff and streamlined operations.Companies in this story: (TSX:DHX)last_img read more

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8-Year-Old Moroccan Wins International Arithmetic Competition in Turkey

Rabat- Belarbi, who studies at a public primary school in Morocco’s port city of Essaouira, ranked first among seven Moroccan children who also won awards in the same competition. Children from 30 countries competed for prizes October 27-28.The competition asks contestants to solve 170 problems in 7 minutes. Belarbi solved 160 problems in 7 minutes, the highest score in the competition.In an interview with the press, the young girl expressed her joy upon receiving the award. “I am very happy that I reached this level, and it’s all thanks to my teacher Youness,” she said with a smile.Read Also: Mariam Amjoun, 9-Year-Old Moroccan, Wins Dubai’s Arab Reading Challenge“I advise children to believe in themselves, and advise parents to encourage and support their children to accomplish their goals,” she told news outlet Soltana.Commenting on 9-year-old Moroccan Mariam Amjoun’s winning of the UAE’s Arab Reading Challenge this week, Belarbi said: “You did very well and you were confident, may God protect you.” The Moroccan winners at the arithmetic competition were: Belarbi, who won first place in “Level 1” of the competition; Adam El Hawas, a middle school student who won first place in “Level 4;” and Kenza Ghounimi, a highschooler who took second place in “Level 4.”The other four Moroccan contestants, all from Essaouira, also scored high in the competition and received awards.Mariam Amjoun won the 2018 Arab Reading Challenge in Dubai, outperforming 10.5 million participants from 40 countries.Read Also: King Mohammed VI Congratulates Moroccan Kid Who Won Reading Challenge in DubaiAmjoun won AED 500,000 (nearly MAD 1.3 million) in prize money. She will use it for her university education and for her family for encouraging her to read, reported Gulf News.The award ceremony was held at the Dubai Opera House today, October 30. Amjoun has read 200 books despite her young age. Amjoun and Belarbi have become the “pride” of Morocco. In a phone call, King Mohammed VI congratulated Amjoun upon her winning. Amjoun said in a video that he asked her about her “experience in the competition and the challenges.” read more

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Elliott invests 32B in ATT seeks changes

NEW YORK — Activist hedge fund manager Elliott Management is making a new $3.2 billion investment in AT&T, saying the company could be valued at more than $60 a share by 2021’s end.AT&T stock jumped nearly 6% to $38.31 in Monday premarket trading.Elliott sent a letter to AT&T’s board saying it should look into divesting assets like DirecTV and its Mexican wireless operations. Elliott said it has identified opportunities for more than $10 billion in savings, but that its plan represents $5 billion in cost cuts.While Elliott praised Time Warner as “spectacular”, it said AT&T has yet to come up with a “clear and strategic rationale” as to why it needs to own Time Warner. A federal appeals court cleared the $81 billion deal in February.The investor also suggests separating the CEO and chairman positions at the Dallas company.Michelle Chapman, The Associated Press read more

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Rao named interim coach of Brock Badgers womens basketball team

The Brock Badgers women’s basketball team is headed into the new year with a new coach at the helm. Welland native Mike Rao is moving over from his role as an assistant coach with the men’s basketball team to take on the role of interim head coach of the Badgers women’s program.Rao coached the Notre Dame high school boys basketball team for 36 years before joining the Badgers in 2016. He played a key role under coach Charles Kissi last year as the men’s team made it to the U SPORTS National Championships for the first time in 10 years.Brock Sports Director Neil Lumsden said Rao was the perfect fit for the role.“Mike brings great depth and experience as head coach of the women’s basketball program. His familiarity with both of Brock’s basketball programs and his coaching experience and basketball acumen make him a perfect choice to lead these highly motivated student athletes,” he said. The Badgers women’s team finished seventh in the OUA West Division last year with a 6-18 record. Rao said his aim for 2018-19 is simply to get the team working hard and giving their all in every practice and game.“We’ve been on the court every day and my only goal right now is to see what everyone brings to the table,” he said. “As long as they give me effort, we’ll deal with the mistakes and those little things. I don’t have many rules or high expectations, by my one rule is that they come out every day and work hard.”One of the highlights of the 2017-18 season came at the end of the year, when rookie guard Kristin Gallant was named to the OUA all-star game. Rao said the Halifax native’s talent will be relied upon in the upcoming season, but he’s not putting any extra pressure on her.“I’ve got five players out there so I don’t want to rely on just one,” he said. “Kristin is a very good, physical player and she’s going to be a big piece of the puzzle. But I want everyone to be part of the bigger picture. I just need her to contribute the way I think she can. If we win a game, I don’t want it to be just because of her and if we lose a game, it won’t be just because of her.” The Badgers will open the 2018-19 season with tryouts being held Friday, Sept. 7 from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 8 from 10 a.m. to noon. in Bob Davis Gymnasium.The regular season gets under way Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 27 when the Badgers host a doubleheader against Laurier and Guelph, respectively. The women’s games start at 6 p.m. at Bob Davis Gymnasium with the Badgers men’s team to play the same two teams starting at 8 p.m. read more

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Ohio State opens spring practice Urban Meyer on health Good to go

Co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach Chris Ash watches over drills at the first day of OSU football spring practice March 4 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorIf there was one thing Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer wanted his players to take away from his team’s first spring practice of the year, it was that he wants them to play angry.The Buckeyes are coming off back-to-back losses to finish their 2013-14 season 12-2, falling to Michigan State and Clemson in the Big Ten Championship Game and Orange Bowl, respectively. Those losses came after the team’s second straight 12-0 regular season, and coming into spring ball, Meyer wants his team to have a different outlook on things.“I felt last year (coming into spring practice), I don’t want to say the word ‘entitled’ … but I want an angry, blue collar team (now),” Meyer said Tuesday after wrapping up the first stint of spring drills. “I’m hoping that’s what we have. Last year it was 12-0, you’re preseason this or this. I haven’t had many people ask about our preseason, not that I know what it is. We’re just trying to find out who’s going to play for us in some spots.”Buckeyes’ healthOSU announced Monday that Meyer had undergone a procedure this past weekend to alleviate pressure from an arachnoid cyst in his head — which occurs in the brain and skull or in pockets around the brain called ventricles — but he said he’s “good to go,” and just has some simple directions from his doctor.“Just watch how loud I scream. I’m not kidding you,” Meyer said. “And how loud I blow the whistle. So I didn’t end up blowing the whistle today – it didn’t sound very good. But I’ll be back after spring break.”Offensively, the Buckeyes are likely to be without starting quarterback Braxton Miller throughout spring ball after he underwent minor surgery on his throwing shoulder Feb. 21. Miller watched the Buckeyes’ first practice with his arm in a sling, studying plays from behind the line with a camera on his hat. Meyer said Miller calls the plays, and then studies the defense in hopes of him not regressing in the spring.“They got a contraption set up where he actually calls the play … and he also tells us what he sees in the secondary,” Meyer said. “Every play we’re having him say what he sees in the secondary. It’ll be a productive spring. He’s into it right now.”Meyer said a big thing Miller will miss this spring is a chance at game reps, but it’s on the senior quarterback to keep improving other facets of his game.“If he doesn’t have a good summer, that’ll cost him a lot. He’ll be a very average player,” Meyer said. “He’s got a lot riding on this now. If he doesn’t fix this and this, that’s a much different spot than he wants to be.”Offensive depthRedshirt-sophomore Cardale Jones took the majority of the reps at quarterback with the first team offensive unit, with redshirt-freshman J.T. Barrett throwing with the second team. True freshman and early enrollee Stephen Collier saw time as well.Sophomore Ezekiel Elliott took the most reps with the first team at running back. Redshirt-sophomores Warren Ball and Bri’onte Dunn, as well as redshirt-senior Rod Smith, all split time with the starters. The latter three were all clearly behind Elliott, however.Sophomore wide receiver Dontre Wilson spent time in drills in the slot receiver position, and also returned punts alongside freshman Curtis Samuel and redshirt-junior Corey Smith.At tight end, redshirt-junior Nick Vannett took the majority of the snaps with the starters, as senior Jeff Heuerman rehabs from a broken nose. Redshirt-freshman Marcus Baugh also played considerable time. Baugh was cited for underage drinking in July and January.DefenseOn the other side of the ball, the Buckeye defense was not exactly what fans had been used to, finishing 47th in the country after giving up 377.4 yards per game last year, including 268 yards through the air.Meyer took time to speak with the defense specifically before team drills began Tuesday, and said he wants them to keep more a simple message in mind this year.“To me it’s ‘all go.’ It’s all the 4 to 6 (seconds), A to B … there’s certain things that’s built into your culture and the way you go. It’s not the call, it’s not (that) I want you thinking about plays,” Meyer said. “I think sometimes as coaches because of what’s happened to the game — it’s a fast-paced game get lined up and go — as opposed to it used to be a game based on effort … I want to get back to that. So that’s what I’ll tell them.”New playersWith the loss of first-team All-American and All-Big Ten performer Ryan Shazier — who was in attendance for OSU’s first spring practice along with the since-departed cornerback Bradley Roby — the linebacker position is undoubtedly a position of interest for Meyer, who called it his biggest concern as far as depth at any spot goes, but was pleased with the effort of five-star true freshman and early enrollee Raekwon McMillan.“I was really impressed with Raekwon today, did a really good job. Moved around, very mature,” Meyer said. “For a shorts practice, he did enough where I was … very positive of what I saw.”Returning starters at the position, senior Curtis Grant and junior Joshua Perry, took reps with the first team defense along with sophomore Darron Lee who did not play a snap in 2013.Meyer said Lee “earned” the time with the first unit after the way he finished off last season and improved this summer, saying “he’s got all the skills.”Perhaps the most experienced group on that side of the ball is the defensive line, which returns all four starters in juniors Noah Spence and Adolphus Washington, senior Michael Bennett and sophomore Joey Bosa. Washington took reps exclusively as an interior defensive lineman on the group’s first day on the field with recently hired defensive line coach Larry Johnson.The defensive backfield is undergoing a vast array of changes in addition to the linebacking core, because of the departure of Roby to the NFL and graduation of safeties Corey “Pitt” Brown, C.J. Barnett and Christian Bryant.Three safeties saw time in OSU’s first practice, those being redshirt-sophomore Tyvis Powell, sophomore Vonn Bell and sophomore Cam Burrows. Redshirt-junior Ron Tanner also saw time, but Meyer said he “lacks some physical skills” to be added into the group.The Buckeyes are set to practice for the second time this spring Thursday. read more

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OPED Govt accelerating the pace for the closure of Sugar Industry

Below is an opinion editorial by  Dr Leslie Ramsammy on the sugar industry:Dr Leslie RamsammyClosure of sugar inevitably will increase poverty in Guyana. Although President Granger had emphatically stated in 2015 that sugar is too big to fail and closure is not an option, his APNU+AFC government has pursued a relentless path towards the closure of the sugar industry. His 2015 words have proven to be total lies and, in retrospect, those words now clearly constitute a political “con job”. His co-conspirators in lying to the nation and taking sugar workers and their families as fools were Nagamootoo and Ramjattan who were specifically assigned to the sugar belt to woo sugar workers with BIGLY LIES, such as promises of 20% increase in wages and benefits. All three have been shamelessly silent for months as estate after estate is being closed and thousands of workers are on the bread line. Instead of 20% pay increases, workers have had no pay increases for 2015, 2016 and 2017 and no API in 2016.As they jet across the world and travel Guyana’s landscape in luxury cars and as Kings and Queens, pounding their chests with their Lamborghini lifestyles, sugar workers, their families and people dependent on the sugar industry are being driven into desperate poverty.Wales Estate is closed. The threat of closure in June 2015 has become a reality and 1700 workers and their families are in a struggle for survival. The workers who by law are owed severance payments have been denied their legal entitlements. But just in case anyone think that APNU+AFC might be dissuaded from this disastrous path, there is an acceleration of the pace for closure of the sugar industry. Across the sugar industry the evidence is mounting that APNU+AFC is determined that by the end of 2017, only three factories will be in operation – Albion, Blairmont and Uitvlugt. Unfortunately, Uitvlugt may also not survive. Along with these, the ethanol plant at Albion has been abandoned and the Enmore Packaging Plant is on the shopping block.The Providence (West Canje) sugar cane cultivation, part of the Rose Hall Estate, is closed. No new cane cultivation occurred since June 2015 and all old canes were harvested by the end of the first crop of 2016. Hundreds of persons employed as cane cutters at Providence have been unemployed since the first crop of 2016. Cane cultivation in other parts of the Rose Hall Estate has been reduced in preparation for closure of Canje Estate, one of the more successful sugar estates in Guyana. At least 1500 sugar workers will lose employment. It is now confirmed hat sugar cane cultivation has ceased at LBI and Enmore. It appears as though existing canes are being harvested with no plans for any new cultivation. As with the other estates, hundreds will become unemployed.In the meantime, APNU+AFC has instructed GUYSUCO to close Skeldon Estate. The first crop has been suspended on the excuse that the boilers at Skeldon Factory have to be repaired. There is ample evidence that the second crop at Skeldon also will be suspended. The Skeldon Factory and its cultivation area are seriously being shopped to either the Indian company (with a Nagamootoo connection) or a Trindadian company with an AFC connection. Another 2000 persons are likely to lose jobs because of the recklessness of APNU+AFC.Even as thousands of workers are losing their jobs, a small cadre of handpicked persons are being paid millions (close to $150M in 2017) to be the hatchet men. Even as APNU+AFC treats workers like the colonial masters once did and even as they accelerate the closure of this industry, they have no plans for the workers and no plans to deal with the social and economic impact of closure of the sugar industry.The downgrading of sugar has already left a huge vacuum in the country’s foreign currency earnings. The present depreciation of the Guyana dollar is no accident and whatever are the several reasons for the falling Guyana dollar, sugar’s decline has a big role. Few have considered the impact on the small family businesses in the sugar belts. The community markets are dying, the small cake shops and grocery shops are in decline. Cash crop farmers are feeling the pinch as commodity prices hit new lows. Importantly, the manufacturing industry is already feeling the impact. With closure of sugar, Guyana will face a growth in its sugar imports and higher prices and the cost of production of beverages, pastries and other confectionary products will increase.One of the great dilemmas that the government has not considered in all these areas is drainage and irrigation which GUYSUCO has borne responsibility for as part of the cost of sugar production. The ending of cane cultivation will not end or reduce the cost of drainage and irrigation in these communities. The government through its national and local responsibilities will have to assume this cost.Dr. Leslie Ramsammy Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedOP-ED: APNU/AFC setting the stage for the closure of Uitvlugt sugar estateMay 24, 2017In “Opinion”Closure of Wales estate a strategy to ‘suffocate’ sugar industry – says Former Agri. MinisterJanuary 19, 2016In “latest news”SUGAR UNDER SEIGEJanuary 2, 2017In “Opinion” read more

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Redington first in Northern Lights 300 despite quake

first_imgThirty mushers in the Northern Lights 300 sled dog race were on the trail when a strong earthquake shook Southcentral Alaska early Sunday morning. Mushers in the race were either on their way back to the Big Lake finish line, or resting at checkpoints at the time of the quake.Download AudioThe Northern Lights 300 doesn’t have a purse, but two dogs from the winning team walk away with some stylish collars. Photo: Barbara Redington/Northern Lights 300 Facebook page.Race manager Sue Allen credits a quick-thinking trail-breaking team for rerouting the course around dangerous cracks and fissures in the ice on the Big Susitna River caused by the 7.1 jolt.“Pretty much at that point, everyone was on one of the rivers somewhere. And our point riders, who go out ahead of the teams, to make sure everything is OK, when they got back here to the kennel, they had some unbelievable pictures and stories of just huge cracks and jumbled ice and fissures and water on the ice that they came across on the river. And they were able to reroute the trail around all of those.”Allen says mushers witnessed an unusual geyser like effect when crossing Flathorn Lake on the trail.“And every musher that finished told us the same thing. It must have been just a big mud geyser, with everything coming up from the bottom of the lake. Big cracks in the ice, the water shot up through, bringing with it rocks and mud and dirt from the bottom of the lake. And so where those cracks were, everyone said it seemed like a river of dirt and rocks, almost like someone had gone out and just sprinkled them.”All race competitors made it to the Big Lake finish safely. Ryan Redington is the winner. Redington arrived back at Big Lake at 9:30 Sunday morning with a total run time of 44 hours, 38 minutes and 15 seconds.There is no money purse for the race, so Redington wins a pair of Golden Collars donated by High’s Adventure Gear. The Northern Lights 300 trail starts in Big Lake and turns around at Finger Lake at the foot of the Alaska Range. Three mushers scratched from the original lineup of 33 mushers who started the race at noon last Friday.last_img read more

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Standard of beauty today is not limited to types of clothes one

first_imgLeena BhushanPR HandoutBeauty business has surely kicked up the industry in a big way. So much so, new entrants are not shying away from investing in this sector. Beautician, Leena Bhushan, who recently worked for Kapil Sharma’s wife Ginni Chatrath for her wedding reception in Mumbai, said that social media is the only reason behind the growth in business for make-up artist.”Earlier people hardly used to hire make-up artist they were mostly for models and actresses. But after the growth of social media, this business is doing real good. Even in common weddings, people pay a good amount to hire talented and famous make-up artist. Not only that, with growth of photography our business is shining. Our demand in the market is increasing every day. Social media has really become helpful and important for our business,” Leena Bhushan said in her statement.Talking ahead she said, “Beauty is the outward attribute that is honed every day for an individual to shine. In this day and age, fashion awareness and physical beauty are very important. The total of the beauty industry is 28% of the market. The standard of beauty today is not just limited to the types of clothes one wears. I started my career in makeup industry in 2014. Ever since then I never looked back. Almost every bride that I did, went viral on social media. My Instagram page jumped from 80k to 200k in less then 4 months and the most viral bride was Sakshi Nanda, whose video which was shot by me was a huge thing everywhere. Soon major cosmetic brands started to approach me and I was soon doing masterclass for Kiko and Innisfree. I am extremely lucky to get much love and appreciation all over. Our brides get featured almost every day on the esteemed pages like Popxo, Wedding wire, Brides of India and Sabyasachiofficial. Last year I was also called as a jury member of Mrs India contest which was held in Gurgaon”.last_img read more

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UCO Bank shares zoom 15 after Rs 3074 crore equity infusion from

first_imgUCO bank shares surged on Tuesday after the public sector lender received an equity infusion of Rs 3,074 crore from the government.The capital infusion was part of the government’s Rs 10,882 crore package for four public sector banks, such as UCO Bank, and Syndicate Bank, Bank of Maharashtra and Central Bank of India.UCO bank announced the centre’s equity infusion, by way of preferential allotment, in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange.”In term of Regulation 30 of the SEBI (LODR) Regulation 2015, the exchanges are hereby informed that Govt of India vide letter No. F.No.7/38/2014-BOA dated 26.12.2018 has conveyed its decision to invest Rs. 3,074 Crores in the equity of the Bank by way of preferential allotment and Bank hos received the amount on 31.12.2018 (i.e. Today),” the bank said in a statement on Monday.While Bank of Maharashtra received Rs 4,498 crore, Syndicate Bank got 1,632 crore and Central Bank of India Rs 1,678 crore. The government’s equity infusion is intended to help PSBs steer clear of RBI’s punitive restrictions, and thereby ease liquidity in the credit markets.The government has announced a Rs 65,000 crore package for recapitalising public sector banks in the country during 2018-19. As much as Rs 23,000 crore has been disbursed so far.PCA frameworkThe government’s equity infusion in the public sector banks is part of the measures to help more PSBs emerge from the Reserve Bank of India’s Prompt Corrective Action (PCA) framework. The PCA framework, which lays down stricter norms for banks, has been a bone of contention between the government and the RBI.The government has been looking at getting the RBI to remove some banks from the PCA programme. Eleven state-run banks have been pooled into this list by the RBI, a move that has curbed these banks’ lending capacity. Close The shares rose more than 15 percent to 23.40 intraday on Tuesday.The Kolkata-based bank was in doldrums in the early part of 2018. In April, its shares nosedived after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) charged former chairman Arun Kaul for alleged cheating.center_img BIGGEST BANK FRAUDS IN 2018last_img read more

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Marvel at the Rick and Morty Total Rickall Cooperative Card Game

first_imgYou can watch Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty in a group if you want to enjoy all the sitcom science fiction animated goodness with friends, but the games that have been created for the show have, until now, been solo affairs.The web-hosted Rick and Morty’s Rushed Licensed Adventure is a point-and-click adventure game, the app Pocket Mortys is an ever-expanding Pokémon clone that doesn’t offer any PvP option, and the Rickstaverse Instagram game can be navigated in the app using only your thumb. That’s about to change with the release of The Total Rickall Cooperative Card Game, a Rick and Morty licensed game by Cryptozoic based on the season two episode of the same name.I don’t know if any of you guys are real… new Total Rickall party game this year. #rickandmorty #adultswim #NYTF— Cryptozoic (@Cryptozoic) February 13, 2016In the episode, an alien parasite hides in the memories of the main characters. Out of each flashback of a pleasant memory comes a new animated character and, before Morty discovers the solution and the laser-blasting carnage begins, there are over fifty different parasites, which we cataloged here.The Total Rickall Cooperative Card Game, as its name suggests, is meant to be played with two-to-five players. There are two modes of play: normal mode where all the players are working as a team to find the parasites, and advanced mode where some players have a secret alliance with the parasites. Cryptozoic took cues from the episode and translated it into a card game that roughly echoes the plot and themes. In the advanced mode, for instance, players receive a character they feel a great bond with (think how much Jerry loved Sleepy Gary even after he knew Gary was a parasite), and that dictates if they are playing on the side of the parasites or the humans.You know how card games are played, right? Decks and rounds and stuff! Let’s break this down a bit so you know what you’re getting into and how the game relates to the episode. There are three types of cards: action cards, identity cards, and character cards. You’ll be getting a lot of all three:The action cards are the ones the “real” players have in their hand, and they have text on them describing how they should be played. They’re one of three colors that match the character cards. The character cards are one of the wacky characters from the Rick and Morty episode, each one with a color bar that is either green, blue, or red. The identity cards dictate if a character is real or a parasite. The object of the game, like it is in the episode, is to shoot all the parasite characters and, if you can, avoid shooting any real characters.In the episode, Morty realizes that the parasites can only create good memories. That means anyone who had bad memories associated with them were real. A card game based on drudging up bad memories of your friends doesn’t sound very fun, so Cryptozoic latched on to the theme of “memory” and made the age-old card game memory part of The Total Rickall Cooperative Card Game.A sample setup for the character and identity cards.Notice that the identity cards and character cards aren’t paired. That’s because they’re going to be dealt out into a grid with the identity card face down and a character card on top of it. Certain action cards will let you peek at the identity card under a character, but other action cards can reshuffle the character cards, mixing everything up again. At the beginning of each turn, a new identity card is added to the grid and a new character card is placed on top of it until the game is over or all identity cards are in play. Memory!After you’ve set up your starting characters, each player gets three action cards. At the start of each turn, every player chooses an action card to play and places it face down. They immediately draw another action card. The cards are turned over simultaneously and the actions are resolved clockwise from the first player.The action cards only work on characters of the same color (if they are color-coded) and all are Rick and Morty references. Shooting characters you think are parasites is a big part of the game, and anyone who remembers the tragic shooting of long-time family friend Mr. Poopybutthole knows that Beth is the Smith with the quickest trigger finger. As such, the Beth card is the simplest way to shoot. Its text reads: “Shoot a [color] Character.” Where [color] would be green, blue, or red. Flip the identity card from the memory grid: if it says parasite, yay! If it says “real,” you have to put it face up in a “fail pile” to the side. If you shoot four real characters, you are out of the game.Some action cards are more specific than being a Smith character, some are devised from lines spoken in the episode. There’s one that’s pulled from Mr. Poopybutthole’s fateful last line before being shot, it’s called “Is There Something Wrong, Beth?” The card, like the ending of the episode, is diabolical: “If this card is in your hand, you must play it as your next card. Shoot a [color] Character.”The game doesn’t have to be ended by shooting absolutely all the parasites, because that would make it a game of chance. In standard mode, if more than 50% of the players agree that all the cards left on the table are real, the identity cards are flipped over. If they all say real, the players win! If a parasite survived, the players lose.Advanced mode has another layer to the endgame called “The Dinner Table,” because that’s where the family gathers in the episode before Beth shoots Mr. Poopybutthole. Starting with the first player and going clockwise, each player has to decide if any of the remaining player-bonded characters are parasites. Basically, the game ends with a tense conversation where you contemplate shooting your friends. As with standard mode, when everyone’s done, the remaining identity cards are flipped up, and if everything reads “real” you win.The game’s true variable of play is cooperation, and it’s one that Cryptozoic can only control so much. If one of your action cards allows you to peek at an identity card, you’re not supposed to let the other players see the identity card. The game also says that one player dictating what action cards should be played is against the rules. You can, however, share with the group what you saw when you peeked, but you have to do it verbally (and in advanced mode, you can lie).Advanced mode is the way to go once you get the mechanics of how the game is supposed to be played. Unless you’re playing with much younger players who don’t want to learn the extra rules. The standard mode is fun, but advanced mode adds higher stakes to the game than a team exercise in chance. A large party playing standard mode can increase the number of possible action cards in players’ hands fairly quickly if the luck of the draw is on their side. Advanced mode means that when a game goes bad, it could be luck or you could be poisoned from the inside.Also, you’re going to shoot more real people in advanced mode because of the variety of ways the secret parasite players can manipulate the action cards. Because Jerry is so confused in the episode that he thinks he’s actually a parasite, the Jerry card getting played in a game really makes things confusing. Here’s the text: “Shuffle the Identity cards of all [color] Characters in play, and then redistribute them. Then choose a player to draw a card.” On one hand, the memory for a color gets screwed up, and on the other hand a player gets an additional action. Playing it doesn’t necessarily tip the hand of the player’s identity card, but it certainly doesn’t help the game go faster in most cases.Considering the “Totall Rickall” television episode ends with the Smith family killing everything they can only remember loving unconditionally, advanced mode’s Dinner Table end phase makes sure everyone has a lot of time to be paranoid about all the cards a character played through the game. There will be words, and some of those words will be lies.Click here to buy the game from Cryptozoic.Overall, Cryptozoic has done a smash-up job with adapting an episode of an animated television series into a card game. Though they also produce the physical cards for Adventure Time’s Card Wars — a game that was actually in the Adventure Time show and not trying to emulate an actual plot. Linking a plot device that centers around memory and paranoia to a card game that borrows rules from memory (the game) and triggers paranoia totally (Rickally) works.Now, the long wait begins for Cryptozoic’s next Rick and Morty licensed game: Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks Box O’ Fun A Game of Dice and Dares! You better believe that one’s gonna lead to some crazy party moments.last_img read more

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first_imgEnd of third quarterCardinals have the ball and are on the move as the quarter comes to an end. Just 15 more minutes of preseason football!:51 left in third quarterA lot happened, with the most important thing being Kareem Martin suffering an apparent knee injury. He was down on the turf for a while being looked at by trainers, but eventually walked off. He is walking to the locker room under his own power, for what it’s worth. GLENDALE, Ariz. — We made it.The Cardinals are playing their final preseason game Thursday night as the defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos are in town.Given that it is the fourth preseason game neither team’s starters are expected to play much — if at all — and instead the game will feature reserves and players who are fighting for the final handful of available spots on each roster. Cardinals will take over at their own 36 and have a little momentum at the moment.Still 3:20 left in first quarterCatanzaro’s kickoff sails out of the back of the end zone. Our own Craig Grialou surmises the kickers were instructed to just boot everything deep so as to minimize chance of injury. That would make some sense.Broncos begin at their 25.3:20 left in first quarterIt was the Penny show, as the big back kept lowering his shoulder and trying to run through defenders. Looked he was going to reach the end zone on third down but somehow got stood up at the one. The Cardinals went for it on fourth down and Barkley hit J.J. Nelson with a nice corner fade.The PAT is good and the score is now 10-7. Hey, something good!6:29 left in first quarterA 41-yard pass to Brittan Golden was just what the doctor ordered, and then on third down Barkley found Golden again to keep the drive going. An eight-yard run from Elijhaa Penny has Arizona at the Denver 11.Still 9:41 left in first quarterCardinals take over at their 25 after another touchback. It would certainly behoove Barkley to start making some plays.9:41 left in first quarterCardinals surrendered a first down but then the defense stiffened. Arizona held the Broncos to a field goal, which is a bit of a win for how that was going. 6:43 left in preseasonPenny punches it in and for good measure does so again for a two-point conversion. The hole for the conversion was rather large, he could have walked in.The score is 31-17.Still 7:42 leftRefs overturned the call on the field, which led to me making an “a Penny short” joke on Twitter. Sorry. On the next play, Barkley came up short on a sneak.7:42 left in preseasonElijhaa Penny punches it in from five yards out, putting a nice ribbon on an excellent night for him. Refs are taking an extra close look at it — all scoring plays are reviewed, though this one was announced to the crowd.If it stands, the score will be 29-17, pending the PAT.11:17 left in preseasonMarquis Bundy made a really nice catch in traffic while taking a hit, and the Cardinals have a first down on the Denver 17. 2 Comments   Share   2:46 left in second quarterBarkley tried to thread the needle again on third down, but this one was less successful and got batted away. A lot of traffic but didn’t seem close to being picked. Catanzaro came on for a short field goal, and now the Cardinals are up 13-10.For what it’s worth, this is the first time the Cardinals have led this preseason since going up 3-0 on the Raiders in the first game.3:41 left in second quarterFollowing a screen pass that fell incomplete it is second and goal from the nine. Cards got there after Barkley hit Marquis Bundy with a really nice pass in traffic. The QB has settled in nicely, and the offense is moving (against backups) because of it.6:14 left in second quarterA nice gain on a pass to TE Hakeem Valles and then some solid runs from Penny have the Cardinals moving. A penalty pushes them back to their own 49, where it is now first and 20.9:02 left in second quarterCardinals lose LB Tristan Okpalaugo to an injury, looked to be leg-related. He walked off the field with some help. Defense forces a punt, which bounces around before being downed at the Arizona 24. Andre Ellington was back to return the boot, by the way.Score is 10-10 and Cardinals seem to be settling in. Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians watches during the first half of an NFL preseason football game against the Houston Texans, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016, in Houston. (AP Photo/George Bridges) For the Cardinals, Matt Barkley is expected to be the QB the entire game, and his performance will be something to watch.Let’s get to it.Game overAnd that’s it, the preseason is over! Cardinals win 38-17 and the next time you see them on the field it will count.1:05 left in preseasonCardinals are forced to punt, and Ronald Zamort just crushes the returner but is flagged for kick catch interference. No fair catch was called, for what it’s worth. Ball moves up to the Arizona 40.2:00 left in preseasonThe Cardinals face a third and two from their 17 as there are just two minutes left in the preseason.3:05 left in preseasonCardinals give up some yards but force a punt when Robert Nkemdiche brings down Lynch. The rookie fought through double team to get there, and showed how talented he is. Too talented, in fact, to be on the field this late in this game.Punt is downed at the Arizona nine.5:26 left in preseasonDrew Butler handles kickoff duties and the ball is returned to the Denver 45.5:36 left in preseasonLinebacker Gabe Martin picks off Lynch and takes the ball to the house, with the touchdown and PAT making the score 38-17. Martin is on the bubble and that certainly won’t hurt his cause. Still 10:55 left in second quarterBroncos take over at their own 25. Arizona’s defense started generating pressure, winning the line of scrimmage. That would be a good thing to continue.10:55 left in second quarterIt got to a third and short and Barkley completed a pass to Nelson, but the throw was a bit behind him and the receiver didn’t have a chance to shake the defender. Catanzaro came on for a 45-yard field goal, and the score is knotted up.Arizona’s offense seems to be finding a rhythm, which is good to see.12:57 left in second quarterKerwynn Williams is chewing up plenty of yards on the ground, and Barkley found J.J. Nelson with a nice pass on third down. Offense is moving.End of first quarterKerwynn Williams picks up five (could have been more if Nelson would have attempted to block) and the quarter comes to an end. Cardinals are starting to get things going, maybe?:12 left in first quarterJordan Taylor breaks another tackle — this one Brandon Williams’ — and picks up some good yardage. However, the Cardinals defensive front, with help from Robert Nkemdiche and Ed Stinson, began to make its presence felt. Pressure was good and the tackling was better, and McManus’ field goal attempt sailed wide right. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Also, the Broncos scored a touchdown on a three-yard pass from Lynch to Taylor. The score is 23-17.5:00 left in third quarterBarkley hit Shipley with a really nice pass down the field, but the drive stalled and Butler was brought on to punt. The QB looked sharp again, and even on third down threw a nice, catchable (but difficult) ball to Chris Hubert.Penalty on the punt pushes the ball back to the Denver six., with the score Arizona 23, Denver 10.7:53 left in third quarterRed Bryant destroys Paxton Lynch after getting off a third down pass, and got some high fives on the sideline for it. The pass fell incomplete, and there was a block in the punt during Jaxon Shipley’s return. All told, the ball is at the Arizona 14 to begin the drive.9:33 left in third quarterKick is returned out from the back of the end zone to the Denver 17. Not a great decision, really.9:43 left in third quarterCardinals moved the ball well as Barkley found Shipley for a good gain and then running lanes were open, but on third and two Penny dropped a catchable and Catanzaro came out for a 59-yard field goal attempt. The kick was good, so that’s cool.Score is 23-10, Cardinals.13:15 left in third quarter Score is 10-0 visitors.10:57 left in first quarterCardinals picked up a first down after a couple of nice Kerwynn Williams runs, but then on a play where Barkley seemed to have some time to get rid of the ball ended up getting sacked and fumbling. The Broncos recovered and have the ball at the Arizona 27.Preseason or not, this is a terrible start for players who are fighting for their jobs.Still 12:16 left in first quarterKickoff sails to the back of the end zone. Another touchback and the Cards take over at their 25.12:16 left in first quarterA couple of really good runs for Kapri Bibbs (big holes to run through) set the stage for a touchdown pass to Jordan Taylor. It went for 57 yards and was made possible by a missed Cariel Brooks tackle. Brooks has had a solid camp, but plays like that will not help his chances of sticking.PAT is good and the score is 7-0, Broncos.13:26 left in first quarterBarkley threw behind Brittan Golden on first down, Chris Johnson gained a yard on second down and then Barkley found Kerwynn Williams for a short gain on third down. Cardinals punt, Broncos take over at their 25.Note: John Brown was in the game for the Cardinals, getting his first action this preseason. Earl Watford was at left tackle. 15:00 left in first quarterCardinals won the toss and chose to receive. Kickoff sails deep into the end zone and goes for a touchback. Barkley and the offense take over at the Arizona 25.5:00 before kickoffIn case you were wondering, it looked like everyone on the Arizona Cardinals’ sideline was standing for the National Anthem. Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Defense forces a three-and-out with help of a Denver hold, and the punt bounces out of bounds at the Arizona 27. Barkley and the offense take over.HalftimeWell, that got better. Cardinals found their offense and the defense started to impose its will, and the home team carries a 20-10 lead into the break.Matt Barkley’s chances of making this roster are slim no matter what happens tonight, but he’s looked very good and shown a kind of promise that he hadn’t yet.:30 left in second quarterA negative run and a penalty pushed the Cardinals back, but a good pass to TE Ifeanyi Momah preceded a really good ball to Jaxon Shipley, which went for a 14-yard touchdown. The PAT is good and the Cardinals are up 20-10.Nice hurry-up drive from Barkley, who has really looked good today.1:15 left in second quarterBarkley hit Jaxon Shipley for a nice gain and then connected with Marquis Bundy, who took a big hit but held on. Cardinals have it at the Denver 15.1:39 left in second quarterCardinals force a punt and it is downed at the Denver 45. Cardinals take over with two timeouts and a chance to see Barkley run the hurry up offense.2:00 left in second quarterThe Broncos face a second and 12 from their 18. Cardinals have taken some control of this game, though they most certainly would have liked to have scored a touchdown on their last drive.last_img read more

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first_img RelatedAir Berlin adds Dusseldorf-China flightsAir Berlin adds Dusseldorf-China flightsAir Southwest launches ski flights from Plymouth and NewquayCheap flights airline Air Southwest has announced the launch of its first ski flights from Plymouth and Newquay to GrenobleGerman holidaymakers to benefit from new flights to InvernessLufthansa has launched new flights to Inverness from Dusseldorf Lufthansa flights from Dusseldorf to Newquay Airport are to be resumed by the airline later this month.From June 20th, a service will be operated between the two hubs by the German airline’s regional franchise partner Eurowings.Flights from Dusseldorf to Newquay are scheduled to take place once a week on Saturdays, with the route due to be serviced by Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft.According to Lufthansa vice president Oliver Wagner, the route is likely to be the subject of high demand as Newquay will serve to open up the surrounding area to German holidaymakers.”The south-west is well known to German tourists owing to the popularity of the Rosamunde Pilcher novels that have been made into a TV drama series there,” he explained.Meanwhile, Lufthansa passengers on flights to Heathrow will benefit from a brighter and more spacious environment on arrival thanks to the German airline’s relocation to Terminal 1 after a £100 million refurbishment.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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first_imgSeven electronic check-in desks have been installed at Larnaca airport with a view to speeding up processing time for passengers.Hermes Airports has introduced the service now with the intention of easing travel during the summer, when it expects a record number of people to use the airport.The desks allow passengers to print boarding cards and to proceed straight to security.The system can handle up to 1,800 people an hour.The airport has also upgraded its Express Lane, through which airlines can offer a more automated service.The first airline to offer this at the airport is Aegean, while Hermes hopes that other airlines will soon follow suit.Electronic check-in desks are expected soon at Paphos airport.You May LikeTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndoFigLeaf Beta AppFigLeaf brings You 3 Easy Steps to Privacy on Your Terms…FigLeaf Beta AppUndoAll Pro SaverClever: California Homeowners Overpaying On Their Mortgage Do ThisAll Pro SaverUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoTwo arrested in connection with attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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The Crime Branch made the first arrest on Thursday after Job Mathew.Pete Muller—APIn the DRC a country in tatters after two decades of conflict and civil war men and soldiers have experienced an unimaginable level of trauma says Muller “In society a soldier with a gun is seen as a powerful man but within the structure of the military these guys are often unpaid for months at a time they can’t provide for their families they are often on combat operation consistently sometimes for years They get no home leave; they get little rations or equipment And they get zero psychological support”When Muller has managed to talk with these soldiers the results have been surprising he tells TIME “They’re used to foreign journalists asking them about the war so when I ask them about their childhood their fathers and their kids the emotional outpouring is really touching”These conversations will form part of Muller’s body of work “I’m still figuring out what the best concept will be for this” he says “I don’t want to put anybody in a dangerous situation so I’ve included portraits of men I didn’t speak with and there are people that I did talk to but didn’t photograph And I’m giving everybody anonymity I don’t even share first names”Muller plans to continue the work in South Africa and Namibia and he hopes to find further funding to add Palestine and the US to his list “I think this issue is universal” he says “Myself I was raised to be quite masculine – playing football fist fighting It took me a long time to be in touch with myself and get away from that social posturing People talk about photography as therapy and I know some disagree with that but for me this work is very therapeuticPete Muller is a photographer based in Kenya He was named LightBox’s 2011 Wire Photographer of the Year See more of his work hereOlivier Laurent is the editor of TIME LightBox Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @ olivierclaurentRemember Linkin Park The nu-metal band rose to popularity in the late 1990s/early 2000s with the album Meteora and arguably peaked in fame with a Jay Z collaboration of mashup tracks Collision Course In its heyday MTV2 even crowned Linkin Park the sixth-best band of the music video era Since then Linkin Park has turned to creative business efforts to keep the money flowing It opened up an “innovation company” in 1999 called Machine Shop and now 16 years later the band’s newest project is a venture capital firm Kiel Berry the band’s executive vice president of Machine Shop laid out the thinking in an extensive blog post this week at the Harvard Business Review Why there Linkin Park worked with a Harvard Business School professor Anita Elberse and some of her students on a semester-long independent study to identify new avenues for innovation and revenue (Imagine listing that on your transcript: Independent Study on the Business of Linkin Park) Berry writes that the band and HBS folks examined everything from how well the rapper Tyler The Creator (cofounder of the hip-hop group Odd Future) sells merchandise to Jay Z’s extensive business ventures to the tech investing of the actor Jared Leto They looked at Beats Music Vice Media and even the expansion of Red Bull Any noteworthy music artist’s business strategy that you can name any entertainment brand’s unique efforts they appear to have considered The team also looked at “niche creative studios… that have gained currency among the Fortune 500” What they came up with was a series of imperatives (“build a differentiated brand ecosystem that partners want to buy into; diversify revenue streams across multiple business verticals to mitigate financial risk; partner with a broader community or network of global influencers”) for the band and Machine Shop to employ It all sounds pretty wonky for a screaming rock band but the final result was simple: the band restructured Machine Shop from an agency model to one that will focus on videos partnerships merchandise and venture capital In layperson’s terms: Linkin Park as a band is less relevant now so Linkin Park as a business needs to try new things Hence: produce cool videos sell more schwag and invest in startups The firm has already invested in some very hot names including investing app Robinhood ride-sharing service Lyft and ultra-hip coffee brewer Blue Bottle It partnered with Lisa Kidd who helped Gwen Stefani launch her fashion lines to beef up Linkin Park’s merchandising Lest this all start to sound like a very non-rock band thing to do Berry writes: “To be clear we are still in the music business but creating and selling music now plays more of a supporting role in our overall business mix” See Art Kane’s Most Memorable Music Portraits The Who 1968 courtesy Art Kane Archive Jefferson Airplane 1968 courtesy Art Kane Archive Bob Dylan 1966 courtesy Art Kane Archive Country Joe and The Fish 1968 courtesy Art Kane Archive Janis Joplin 1968 courtesy Art Kane Archive The Rolling Stones 1966 courtesy Art Kane Archive Jim Morrison 1968 courtesy Art Kane Archive Louis Armstrong 1958 courtesy Art Kane Archive Harlem 1958 courtesy Art Kane Archive Photographer Art Kane at Keith Moon’s drum set 1968 courtesy Art Kane Archive 1 of 10 Advertisement Contact us at editors@timecomIn 2008 a small technical journal received a paper on climate science that required some special attention The sole author was Willie Wei-Hock Soon an aerospace engineer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) in Cambridge Massachusetts The study argued that changes in the sun’s radiation output played a major role in influencing shifts in Arctic air temperatures—a view at odds with mainstream climate science which fingered atmospheric carbon dioxide as a bigger player Geographer Carol Harden the editor of the journal Physical Geography was aware that Soon was a vociferous critic of the idea that humans were causing global warming and of proposals for the US government to regulate greenhouse gas emissions So 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