One Book Nova Scotia Launches Reveals Author

first_imgThe One Book Nova Scotia project wants to get Nova Scotians reading the same book and sharing the same story. Today, Sept. 21, that book was revealed to be Twenty-Six, by Nova Scotian author Leo McKay Jr. MLA Pam Birdsall, on behalf of Leonard Preyra, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage, helped launch the new provincewide reading campaign for adults at the Keshen Goodman Public Library in Halifax. “It’s about community, bringing people together, providing a common subject for discussion,” said Ms. Birdsall. “The One Book Nova Scotia initiative will encourage a love of reading and life-long learning for people of all ages and foster a stronger community for years to come.” Published in 2003, Leo McKay Jr’s Twenty-Six is a work of fiction about a family living in small town Nova Scotia whose lives are changed forever after a mining accident claims the lives of twenty-six men. The One Book Nova Scotia project was organized by Libraries Nova Scotia, a group of library representatives from public, university and community college libraries, as well as the Nova Scotia Provincial Library division of the Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage and the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia. “In selecting the book, the criteria included a living Canadian author with a conversation generating story that could appeal to a wide range of adults with varying literary levels and life experiences,” said Frances Newman, chair, One Book Nova Scotia steering committee. Other considerations included the book be in print, available in a variety of formats and not be a previous bestseller. The One Book movement began in 1998 at the Seattle Public Library and spread to other communities in North America. This is its first year in Nova Scotia. The program will run until Nov. 9; during this time Mr. McKay will hold readings at libraries across the province. Nova Scotians can also participate in bookclub discussions and get involved through Facebook and Twitter. For more information on the program visit .last_img read more

Ban Kimoon kicks off first foreign trip as UN chief with talks

“The European Union and the United Nations have maintained a very strong partnership and I regard the European Union’s contribution as vitally important for the work of the United Nations,” Mr. Ban told reporters after the meeting with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso.“We share the same goals and principles: pursuing peace and prosperity and protecting human rights all around the world,” he said, stressing EU financial and political support for UN work around the world, including development, fighting international terrorism and combating pandemic diseases like HIV/AIDS.“Our positions are on the same page,” he noted after an earlier meeting with EU High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy Javier Solana. After a meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Secretary-General Jaap De Hoop Scheffer, Mr. Ban said he was “very much assured and encouraged” by NATO’s contribution to peace and security in Afghanistan and Kosovo with close coordination and under the mandate of the UN.“We discussed with members of the Council, with Secretary-General Scheffer, how to increase overall cooperation at the organisational level,” he added. Asked about an initiative by Italy, a non-permanent UN Security Council member, to seek a moratorium on the death penalty, the Secretary-General said there was a growing tendency to see some phasing out of the death penalty, “and I encourage that trend.” Mr. Ban, who succeeded Kofi Annan as UN chief on 1 January, will tomorrow attend a donors’ conference in Paris, which will seek to help Lebanon recover from the ravages of last summer’s war between Israel and Hizbollah, calling it “one of the most important, serious areas to which the international community needs to pay attention and cooperate.” He also stressed the need to help Iraq to restore political, social and economic stability.From Paris he will go to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) for talks with President Joseph Kabila and other senior government officials as well as with peacekeepers and staff of the UN’s largest mission. He will also address the National Assembly and make a brief visit across the river to Brazzaville to meet with President Sassou Nguesso of the Republic of Congo.He will then go to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for the African Union (AU) Summit where he said he would discuss the Darfur crisis with Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir, as well as conferring with African leaders on the conflicts in Chad, Somalia and Côte d’Ivoire.He will end his Africa tour with a stop in Nairobi, where he will meet with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki, followed by a trip to the Netherlands, where he will visit the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague.After that, he is to go to Washington for a meeting of the Middle East Quartet – the UN, United States, Russian Federation and European Union – which is seeking a two-State solution to the Middle East conflict, with Israel and Palestine living side by side in peace. 24 January 2007United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today began his first overseas trip since becoming the world’s top diplomat, meeting in Brussels with European Union (EU) leaders on global issues ranging from the Balkans and the crises in Sudan’s war-torn Darfur region, Somalia and Côte d’Ivoire, to climate change and human rights. read more

Myanmar upcoming referendum must be inclusive transparent – Ban Kimoon

11 February 2008Reacting to Myanmar’s announcement of a constitutional referendum to be held this May, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on authorities to ensure that the process represents the views of all of the South-East Asian nation’s people. The Government also announced that the upcoming referendum will be followed by “multi-party democratic elections” in 2010, marking the first establishment of a timeframe for Myanmar to implement its “political roadmap process.”Mr. Ban “renews his call to the Myanmar authorities to make the constitution-making process inclusive, participatory and transparent in order to ensure that any draft constitution is broadly representative of the views of all the people of Myanmar,” according to a statement issued by his spokesperson.The statement stresses that the Government must begin a “substantive and time-bound” dialogue with detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other parties relevant to the national reconciliation process.Given the announcement of the referendum and elections, the Secretary-General underscored that it is crucial that his Special Adviser Ibrahim Gambari be able to visit Myanmar “without further delay.”Mr. Gambari plans to travel to the region shortly, his office said. He is scheduled to visit Beijing from 18-19 February, as well as Jakarta and Singapore. read more

11 foreign nationals found in truck crossing into Windsor Ont

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has charged two commercial truck drivers after 11 foreign nationals were found inside their truck. CBSA says a driver and co-driver from Quebec were returning to Canada at the Ambassador Bridge on September 21 with a load of produce. The pair was referred to another area to verify their declaration. Officials say the men were out of the country for one week and had nothing to declare other than the commercial shipment. During an examination of the truck, border services officers discovered 11 foreign nationals hiding behind a curtain in the sleeper area of the truck. “The foreign nationals were subsequently refused entry to Canada and returned to the United States,” said the CBSA in a press release.Paul Ngoue-Ngameleu, 42, and Henadez Makia Mbeh, 50, were each charged by the CBSA with 23 offences including counseling, misrepresentation and withholding material facts and impeding an officer.They have been released on bail and are scheduled to appear in a Windsor court on October 23. read more

FEATURE Architect of UN slavery memorial explains The Ark of Return

UN Photo/Devra BerkowitzA close-up of details from the permanent memorial in acknowledgement of the tragedy and in consideration of the legacy of slavery and the trans-Atlantic slave trade.Looking to the futureThat third element is a triangular waterfall, created by the tears that flow from the face of the ‘trinity statue’ into two triangular reflecting pools. Mr. Leon says this element, located outside of the memorial, looks ahead to the future.“It’s really about dealing with our current conditions of contemporary slavery and how that actually is something we need to be fighting today,” he says. “It’s about acknowledging that condition and thinking about future generations and educating future generations so this tragedy doesn’t happen again in the future. So that’s why it’s pointing the way forward for us after you’ve passed through.”It’s really about dealing with our current conditions of contemporary slavery and how that actually is something we need to be fighting today,Mr. Leon says this final element is a “critical component” of the memorial because of the educational component it contains. And it is that part of the project that excites him most. While acknowledging that he will be “very excited and relieved” when the memorial is revealed to the public, he says he will be most moved by seeing schoolchildren moving through the monument, learning about the history to which it speaks.“Those are the moments that I find that are much more satisfying,” he says. “It’s going to be exciting to actually be there on the day of the unveiling but I think that it’s also the ongoing education moving forward from there that actually brings me ongoing joy as well.” UN Photo/Devra BerkowitzDetails from the permanent memorial in acknowledgement of the tragedy and in consideration of the legacy of slavery and the trans-Atlantic slave trade.Pack in as much “human cargo” as possibleOther imagery that struck Mr. Leon and his team during research for the project included drawings of actual slave ships, depicting cross-sections of vessels and showing their systematic organisation in order to pack in as much “human cargo” as possible.“We felt that that experience was very much something that needed to be visually described,” he says, referring to the human forms, stacked horizontally in three levels, barely able to sit-up. “I think they lost at lest 15 per cent or more of the ‘cargo’ on a typical slave journey.”And one of the most important elements of the memorial is that of a deliberately androgynous human sculpture, called ‘the trinity figure,’ representing the human spirit and the spirit of the men, women and children of African descent whose deaths resulted from the Transatlantic Slave Trade.“A lot of people had to suffer in very confined quarters,” he says. “And the reason why it kind of seems like it’s androgynous, it’s sort of meant to represent those three elements – men, women and children. You’re sort of not really supposed to be able to tell.”The figure’s leg, hand and face are made from black Zimbabwean granite.“It has an outreached hand that’s meant to kind of reach out to people that are coming in,” he says, going on to describe one of the key aspects of the entire memorial. “It features a kind of tear that comes out of the face. That tear is supposed to wash down the side of the face and sets up the third element in the project.” UN Photo/Devra BerkowitzDetails from the permanent memorial in acknowledgement of the tragedy and in consideration of the legacy of slavery and the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Maps that help us acknowledge the impact, the tragedyMr. Leon says the tactile elements are meant to encourage fuller engagement and he hopes the monument can become both a pilgrimage for the public and a totem for dignitaries at the UN, reminding them, as they deal with global issues on a daily basis, of mistakes made in the past. UN Photo/Rick BajornasThe Ark of Return, the Permanent Memorial to Honour the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade, located at the Visitors’ Plaza of UN Headquarters in New York. A spiritual space of return“It was such an international process, an international project, and that actually makes me feel very good inside,” he says, noting the inclusion of teams of people from the Caribbean, different parts of Africa as well as Europe. “And I think that really speaks about the transcendence of where we have come from in order to be in this place today and how that can become part of like the healing process.”Designed to pay tribute to the courage of slaves, abolitionists and unsung heroes while promoting greater recognition of the contributions made by slaves and their descendants to societies worldwide, the project’s name, ‘Ark of Return,’ was inspired by maps of the triangular slave trade and by the story of a slave castle on Gorée Island in Senegal.I think that really speaks about the transcendence of where we have come from in order to be in this place today and how that can become part of like the healing processIt was at Gorée Island that slaves were held in captivity before being shipped away. A door at the castle was known as the ‘door of no return,’ and Mr. Leon says the image was a “very tragic” one to him.“We were also interested in the idea of the slave ships and these vessels that carried people through tragic conditions to the new world,” he says. “So we felt it would be a good counterpoint to establish a spiritual space of return, an ‘Ark of Return,’ a vessel where we can begin to create a counter-narrative and undo some of that experience.”The aim was not only to document and remember the past but also to look beyond it and move forward into the future, allowing people to experience the tragedy and simultaneously to communicate and heal.Ahead of the memorial’s unveiling this week, the UN News Service got a sneak preview of ‘The Ark of Return’ on a private tour with Mr. Leon. Walking around the memorial, interacting with it and explaining his intentions with the design, he explains that that is also what he expects visitors to the UN to do as well. Designed by Rodney Leon, an American architect of Haitian descent who was chosen in 2013 as the winner of an international competition attracting a total of 310 entries from 83 countries, ‘The Ark of Return’ honours the memories of the estimated 15 million men, women and children who were victims of the largest forced migration in history.“It makes me feel extremely proud that I can play a role and a part in the commemoration of such an important and historic day,” Mr. Leon says in an interview. “I feel really proud that we have a physical marker and a place of remembrance for this annual celebration to take place moving forward.”Having also been chosen to design the African Burial Ground National Monument in lower Manhattan, erected on a spot where 15,000 people of African origin were buried over a period of around 100 years from the 1690s until 1794, Mr. Leon is familiar with art relating to slavery and the African experience in the Americas.My parents were always able to communicate to us as a family in terms of our history and our cultureHe also acknowledges that his own background played a powerful role in drawing him to enter the design competition. As a Haitian-American, he says he feels in touch with Haitian liberation and the people’s struggle to be the first independent African state in the western hemisphere.“My parents were always able to communicate to us as a family in terms of our history and our culture,” he says. “And I think that that plays a role in my being extremely proud of our Haitian and our African heritage. And as a result, when we have these legacies and these opportunities I think I tend to gravitate towards them.”Having won the competition, Mr. Leon assembled a complex team to tackle the project, which included other architects, as well as structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers, sculptors, steel workers, lighting designers and people with expertise in building water features. These three triangular patterns describe the slave routes [it] helps us acknowledge the impact, the tragedyHighlighting some of the features of the monument, he notes the triangular marble panels, which were inspired by the maps of the triangular trade in slaves. The maps are also reflected explicitly in the structure, with three such maps etched into the walls, so visitors are confronted by the uncomfortable truth.“These three triangular patterns describe the slave routes from specific locations in West Africa and throughout Africa to South America, to the Caribbean and Central America, and to North America,” he says. “So this map is supposed to really help us acknowledge the impact, the tragedy, the scale of the impact of the global slave trade and how it really transformed the world.” read more

Where This Years Playoff Aces Rank In Franchise History

We’ve already seen some mighty impressive displays of pitching prowess in this year’s postseason, including Chicago Cubs hurler Jake Arrieta’s complete game shutout in the National League wild-card game last week and New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom’s seven-inning, 13-strikeout performance against the L.A. Dodgers on Friday. Not only have these performances been dominating, but a few of them even rank among the best playoff starts in their franchises’ histories.We can measure this using Game Score, a statistic that summarizes a pitcher’s value using his innings pitched, strikeouts, walks, hits and runs allowed. For each active playoff team, here are the best postseason starts since 19511The modern era of Retrosheet’s database files. (as rated by Game Score), with red dots denoting each franchise’s top game score of the time period and blue dots marking the best of this year.2We are considering only game scores greater than 70, in years since 1951, using data from’s Play Index. Teams whose best 2015 starts are below 70 don’t have blue dots in the chart. For a group of franchises all vying for baseball’s greatest prize, there’s been a pretty wide spread in the quality of their postseason pitching over the years. The Cubs are a case in point: Arrieta’s sublime showing in the play-in game rates as the single best game score in franchise history,3Including games outside of the sample we analyzed, going back to 1903. which is why the Cubs’ dot is purple. But that wasn’t exactly a high bar to clear. Chicago, like the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals, hasn’t traditionally benefited from great starting pitching in the postseason.Meanwhile, franchises such as the Texas Rangers, headlined by Cliff Lee’s superb 2010 playoff run, and the Mets, with Tom Seaver dominating in 1969 and 1973, have been buoyed by plenty of masterful postseason starts over the years. And the single best postseason Game Score ever produced for these franchises belongs to the St. Louis Cardinals, in the form of Bob Gibson’s 1968 World Series Game 1 shutout (which featured an absurd 17 strikeouts against only one walk).Every team hopes to get that kind of transcendent pitching in the playoffs, though many of this year’s playoff teams have never seen anything close. But with the array of Cy Young candidates on the remaining teams, we may yet see a performance to rival Gibson’s famous start and rewrite a team’s postseason record book in the process. read more

Ring made from shard of glass that injured WWI tank commander in

first_imgHe had married Rose Loewe two months earlier in July and presented her with the ring after he recovered.Lt Henriques went on to serve with distinction at the Battle of Cambrai and on other fronts.After being demobbed in 1919 he dedicated his life to social work, and particularly the social welfare of children.He set up boys clubs for deprived Jewish children and from 1923 until 1950 the philanthropist sent youngsters to his country home in Buckinghamshire for rest and recuperation.He was also a magistrate and the former Berner Street in Whitechapel, East London, was renamed Henriques Street in his honour.Mr Willey said: “Basil Henriques joined the new tank unit with his old school friend George Macpherson who was killed on the day of the first attack. Lieutenant Sir Basil Henriques had the ring mounted in a gold ring which he then gave to his new bride, RoseCredit:TheTankMuseum/BNPS This is one of our smallest objects on display but certainly one of the most moving and is proving to be one of the most popular.David Willey, curator Lt Henriques, who was knighted in 1955 for his dedicated work for the social welfare of children, died in 1961 aged 71.His widow later donated the treasured ring to the Tank Museum in Bovington, Dorset, where it has been held in their archives ever since.This year marks the centenary of the first use of the tank in action at the Somme and archivists stumbled upon the delicate item while trawling through their collection to research early tank pioneers.The unique ring has now been given a polish and put on display at the museum and will also be on show at Trafalgar Square in London on September 15 when a fully working Mk IV tank will be driven to mark the 100th anniversary.David Willey, the curator at the museum, said: “Our tanks are always going to have a presence and draw but objects like this ring help tell the personal stories of the men and their experiences. “He later wrote movingly about how lonely he was without George who was a ‘marvellous companion’ and he felt ‘blank’ and ’empty’ without him.”Tanks were developed in great secrecy and the first volunteer crews – including Henriques and Macpherson – didn’t know what they were actually volunteering for.”Conditions were awful inside with eight men to operate them in temperatures of 50 degrees C (122F) with a deafening noise, a top speed of three mph at the very best – and drawing German fire.”Carrier pigeons were taken on board to relay messages but often the carbon monoxide in the fumes left them too debilitated to fly.”Two out of every ten tank crew were killed and many others were wounded and it’s important we remember their contribution.”The first tank attack was not a great success, many tanks broke down and others lost their way, but a few made a real difference.”We have researched the lives of these eight early tank pioneers for our exhibition that marks the centenary, and their personal stories can’t help but powerfully bring home the nature of this new type of war.” Lieutenant Sir Basil Henriques had the ring mounted in a gold ring which he then gave to his new bride, Rose The Mark I female C6 ‘Cordon Rouge’ at Albert, 15 September 1916Credit:TheTankMuseum/BNPS The Mark I female C6 'Cordon Rouge' at Albert, 15 September 1916 A poignant ring made from a shard of glass that struck a First World War tank commander when his periscope took a direct hit has been unearthed 100 years later.Lieutenant Sir Basil Henriques was peering into the viewpoint during the first outing of the Mk I tank on the battlefield when artillery fire struck a glass prism that shattered, sending splinters into his face.Medics later removed the pieces and the officer kept the largest part and had it mounted in a gold ring which he then gave to his new bride, Rose. “For us now it seems amazing that after a day of such terror, confusion and loss Henriques was able to think of his new wife and make a present to her out of something that had nearly blinded him.”This is one of our smallest objects on display but certainly one of the most moving and is proving to be one of the most popular.”Lt Henriques came from a prominent Jewish family and was educated at Harrow and Oxford University.He served in the Tank Corps in the First World War and took part in the Battle of Flers on September 15, 1916. The action was part of the greater Battle of the Somme but was known for the first time tanks were used.The British invented the ‘land ships’ a year before as a solution for getting troops across shell holes, trenches and quagmire of No Man’s Land.Military top brass pretended the hulking vehicles were large water carriers and called them tanks as a result to hoodwink German spies as they thought the name land ship was too obvious.When the huge machines first appeared in the battlefield a terrified German soldier is said to have shouted ‘the devil is coming’ upon seeing them for the very first time.One of the men inside the first tanks was Lt Henriques who suffered severe facial wounds when it took a direct hit. Despite his injuries he managed to get the tank back to base. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

British Olympic gold medalist Amy Williams moved into a bungalow after sport

“I had back pain for my whole career, but only my close team really knew. My physios would be working on it just trying to get me through the next race,” she said. Williams won gold in 2010 Amy Williams took home gold at the 2010 Vancouver winter Olympics in the skeletonCredit:AP Photo/Elise Amendola A British Olympic gold medallist has revealed how sport left her body so broken she moved out of a four-storey townhouse and into a bungalow to avoid having to climb the stairs.In 2010, Amy Williams won Britain’s first solo Winter Olympics gold medal for 30 years with victory in the women’s skeleton at the Vancouver games, but has been “living with pain every single day” since a crash in 2002.Such was the difficulty climbing and descending the stairs in her Bath townhouse, Williams opted to move to a knee-friendly bungalow nearby on the advice of another athlete.“I just brush over the pain, because every single day I am in pain. It’s just a part of my life,” the 36-year-old told The Telegraph.Williams competed in the skeleton, where athletes lie face down on an ultra-light sled, and hurl themselves round an icy, curvy course at speeds of over 90mph.Back in 2002, well before she clinched gold and became a household name, a crash triggered a disk to slip in her back and the effects are still with her today. Her friend Tanya Streeter, a world champion freediver, gave her the idea saying: “It’s the best thing you can do for your body.”“I spotted one for sale near to where I grew up, and I had to at least take a look.“It was hard to swallow, going from an 18th century townhouse which was the love of my life, to a 1970’s granny bungalow, but we have done the best for it, and now it looks great.“Even better, my knees love it.”At the end of a long day looking after one-year-old son Oscar, it still hurts to get up off the sofa, but the ever-positive Williams concedes: “My medal is still worth the pain.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Recently, another slipped disk at the top of her spine has caused her to be “plagued with headaches and migraines,” but the worst problems have been with Williams’ knees.“I have lifted weights since I was 14 or 15, so to a degree it’s wear and tear, but I have had a lot of operations,” she adds.“The first two were keyhole surgeries, then one was to smooth my kneecap, then I had damage under my kneecap so they had to clear it out and then my big injury came the week after I retired in 2012.“I was trying a new cycling machine at Bath university, and I snapped and busted everything from my ACL to my cruciate.“I saw my knee and leg bent back and I passed out. An ambulance came and I was operated on the next day.”Throughout the rehab period Williams describes sliding down stairs on her backside whenever she wanted to leave the house. She laughs about it now, but says she was crying at the time. “I sold my house because I had too many stairs. It simply hurt too much to get back upstairs.”Wanting to start a family, Williams and her husband Craig decided that life would be much easier in a bungalow. Williams won gold in 2010Credit:Andrew Milligan/PA Amy Williams competes in the skeleton at Vancouver 2010 read more

HandsOn Doom and Skyrim Prove Switch Works Miracles

first_img ‘Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President During a recent Bethesda event in Manhattan, I got some hands-on time with both Doom and Skyrim on Switch. Doom piqued my curiosity most of all, and I wanted to see how it would run on Switch ever since last week’s Nintendo Direct. Of course, I wanted to see Skyrim on Switch as well. Despite some necessary compromises in resolution and frame rates, both games run beautifully on Nintendo’s system. Anyone who wants these games to play on the road won’t have to settle for a gimped experience. Bethesda truly knocked it out of the park with Doom and Skyrim on Switch.DoomDoom is easily one of the best games of this generation. It successfully resurrected old-school FPS mechanics and modernized them. Besides over-the-top action and gore, Doom is best known for its silky smooth gameplay. This aspect worried me the most. Would the game run at 60fps? If not, would a lower frame rate negatively affect gameplay? The answer to both questions is a resounding NO.I played through the very first level of Doom. This was perfect because it allowed me to acclimate to the game. I used a Switch Pro controller, so I had no issues on that end. The only thing I had to adjust to was the frame rate. I’m used to playing Doom at 60fps on console (and even higher FPS on PC). Seeing it run at 30fps was admittedly shocking at first. There was no stuttering, and nothing looked overtly janky. It was just different from what I’m used to.Once I started cracking demon skulls open, I barely realized the game ran at 30fps. It wasn’t as smooth of an experience, but it was still damn fun. Once I got my hands on the shotgun, I legit didn’t care that the game ran at a lower frame rate. This was Doom on Switch and it was fucking awesome.Besides the tight and responsive gameplay, the graphics stunned me. The Switch’s screen perfectly captured every gory detail as I introduced demons to my trusty shotgun. There were less environmental effects, and the colors seemed a tad muted. Despite all of that, everything on screen came across clearly. It looks (bloody) amazing.When it launches later this year, Doom will have both single-player and multiplayer modes along with all of the released multiplayer DLC. The game cartridge has the campaign on it, but the multiplayer is only available via download.SkyrimI didn’t spend much time with Skyrim, but it still impressed me. Skyrim isn’t exactly a new game, and never looked great even when it launched. As such, it was difficult for me to spot any huge difference between Skyrim on Switch and Skyrim on PS3 or Xbox 360. I’m sure differences exist, but I wasn’t able to spot them.As I aimlessly wandered the land, I slayed wolves, found a hidden monument, and stopped to look at a water fall. Like I said, this game was never pretty, but I did appreciate all of the detail put into the Switch port. I eventually found the town of Riverwood and conversed with some of its denizens. I avoided getting involved in what appeared to be a love triangle, and asked about the town’s history. Basically, I was doing typical Skyrim stuff and I loved it.At a later event we got to check out some more Switch-specific Skyrim features: motion controls and new gear inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. By swinging the left and right Joy-Con we could raise our shield and swing our sword, respectively. Small gestures worked fine, and the game could tell the difference between swiping in different directions. We’re not sure if we’d want to play like this for a hundred hours but it’s a neat novelty. However, using motion for precision bow aiming was much more useful.The Zelda gear included the Master Sword, Hylian Shield, and Link’s new blue Champion’s Tunic. In the final game these will be hidden in the world or unlocked with any Zelda amiibo figure. Considering we first saw this equipment in the relatively stylized world of Zelda, seeing it plopped into Skyrim’s more realistic aesthetic was pretty jarring, but in a neat way. While the Switch version of Skyrim won’t have mods, these bonuses give Nintendo fans a taste of the weird joyful juxtaposition mods provide.I wasn’t sure what to expect from Doom and Skyrim on Switch, but I’m glad I ended up enjoying both immensely. I already own two copies of Doom (PS4 and PC), and it seems I’ll have to make room for another one. Doom, Skyrim, and the upcoming Wolfenstein II prove Switch has more power than many (including myself) believed possible. This truly is a miracle machine.Want to learn more? Here’s everything you need to know about the Nintendo Switch.Buy it now!The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendo SwitchProtect Your Nintendo Switch With These Awesome CasesLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetlast_img read more

Watch MS Dhoni celebrates birthday with family and teammates Whole squad sings

first_imgMS Dhoni cutting his birthday cake with daughter ZivaTwitter/BCCIJuly 7 is Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s birthday and celebrations began early for the former India captain. The victory over Sri Lanka provided the perfect background for the party to start and pictures of MSD with his face covered with cake started appearing in social media quite early on July 7.But now, a more sober and official looking cake-cutting ceremony with MSD’s family – his wife Sakshi and daughter Ziva – in attendance has also taken place at the team’s hotel. In the video shared by Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI), the man who led the Indian team to 2011 World Cup triumph can be seen cutting a white rectangular cake with his daughter alongside him. Sakshi Dhoni is standing just behind and, Rohit Sharma with his wife Ritika and daughter Samaira in arms, are also present.#HappyBirthdayMSDhoni ???— BCCI (@BCCI) July 7, 2019Twitter/BCCIIndia captain Virat Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri are there as well. In a very cute moment, Ziva tells her father “you have to say something and then blow out the candles.” Then, Dhoni presents the big knife to the little girl and she asks: “Are you ready?” and MSD says “I am ready” and the two blow out the candles together. Mahi then cuts a slice of cake which he first shares with his daughter and then, wife.The whole team sings ‘Happy birthday to you’ for their former skipper. The voice of former India opener Krishnamachari Srikanth could be heard in the background egging the players on to put the cake on the birthday boy’s face. However, the team, probably because they have already celebrated hard last night, desist from wild acts such as that.Dhoni has turned 38 and this World Cup is almost certain to be his last. There have been reports circulating in the media that he may hang up his boots from international cricket after the event. Whether that happens or not, we will have to see, but for the moment, he remains a key member of the side.last_img read more

Nicole Kidmans Blossom Films Sets Amazon Deal

first_img Popular on Variety Nicole Kidman and her production company Blossom Films have signed a first-look deal with Amazon Studios. Under the agreement, Kidman will develop theatrical and series content for the digital company.“Nicole is a force of nature as both an actress and a producer,” said Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios. “She understands the focus of bringing addictive, entertaining and compelling television to our Prime Video customers as well as movies that will connect with film audiences. Stay tuned for many exciting projects to come in the very near future!”Kidman added, “I’m excited to start working with Jen Salke and the Amazon team. Our goal at Blossom Films is to create important and entertaining content across multiple platforms, and I can’t think of better collaborators with which to accomplish this.” Founded by Kidman and Per Saari, Blossom Films produced the HBO miniseries “Big Little Lies,” for which Kidman won an Emmy for best actress in a limited series or movie, and is producing the second season of the series. Blossom Films is also producing David E. Kelley’s limited series “The Undoing” for HBO, in which Kidman is set to star; is adapting Liane Moriarty’s novel “Truly Madly Guilty” into a limited series with “Big Little Lies” co-producers Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea; and is developing an adaptation of Off-Broadway vampire hit “Cuddles.”The Blossom Films deal is the latest in a series of high-profile talent agreements for Amazon, which Salke joined as entertainment chief in February. Earlier this month, Jordan Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions signed a first-look deal with Amazon.center_img ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

Dont Hold Your Breath For Noah Hawleys Doctor Doom Movie

first_imgStay on target ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Director Explains Thanos’ Faceoff With Captain America‘Marvels’ Expands Marvel’s Podcast Universe After establishing himself as a big time prestige TV player with his acclaimed adaptation of Fargo, Noah Hawley first dabbled in the Marvel universe with Legion. Based on the psychedelic X-Men character, Hawley turned the tale of Professor Xavier’s estranged son into a real head trip through the mutant’s powerful but unstable mind. The show’s third and final season just wrapped up.Given Legion’s success, it’s no wonder Fox had plans to unleash Hawley on the movie side of their Marvel universe. The creator has apparently already finished a script for a film based on Doctor Doom, the Fantastic Four nemesis and one of the greatest Marvel villains period. However, now that the Disney/Fox merger has gone through, don’t hold your breath for Hawley’s Doctor Doom movie.“Where it stands is now that the movie is done,” Hawley said in an interview with Deadline. “I need to circle back to them and announce that I would love to make it and figure out if that’s something that is possible. Whether or not they already have a plan in place for what to do with those characters or whether they’re open to my kind of vision for what to do with those characters. But it’s sort of on me right now to go push them.”Given that Disney seemed open to continuing some of Fox’s Marvel projects, like the super successful Deadpool series, we thought Hawley’s Doctor Doom might have stood a chance. It’s just such an exciting idea. However, after Kevin Feige specifically mentioned the Fantastic Four joining the MCU at SDCC a few weeks ago, we’re guessing they have their own plans for the Latverian dictator.Doctor Doom is an incredible character, so whenever he does show up again on movie screens we just hope it’s from creative talent that can really do him justice. Please let him team up with Doctor Strange to free his mom from Hell. For more on Marvel here’s a rumor that suggests The Rock might be joining the MCU and learn more about Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man TV shows.last_img read more

Former Australian Prime Minister says marriage equality is conflict of childrens rights

first_imgHoward added that marriage equality came with more implications and was not about a “single” right.Related: What the hell is going on with same-sex marriage in Australia?He also called for the legislation to be produced before the survey ends.He said: “People are entitled to know there are sufficient protections for people affected by those changes and the public is entitled to know what those protections are.”The politician added that if the country were to vote “Yes”, other Australians would be given “scant regard”.The postal survey will go ahead after a challenge in the High Court from LGBT+ activists failed.The survey has been strongly criticised by activists because it is not legally binding and comes at a huge cost to tax payers.They fear that the cost will dissuade voters from voting in favour of marriage equality.Survey forms will be mailed out by the Australia Bureau of Statistics from Tuesday, September 12.The result of the survey will be announced on November 15, 2017.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) He claimed that a child should have the right to having both a mother and father in their life and by allowing marriage equality it would fail children.“The clear evidence is that you have outcomes that are ­superior for children in the longer term if they have a mother and a father,” he said.Howard’s strong claims came with little scientific evidence.In fact, the Australian Medical Association and the Australia Psychological Society said that there was no scientific evidence to prove that children of heterosexual families had better outcomes.The politician was Prime Minister when Marriage Act was changed in 2004 to define marriage as being between “a man and a woman”. Australia ‘No’ camp claims boys will be forced to wear dresses to school after equal marriage vote‘Yes’ vote in the lead as voting draws to a close in Australia’s same-sex marriage ballotAustralian state may stop religious schools from anti-gay discriminationPINK NEWS- A former Prime Minister of Australia has claimed that legalising marriage equality would be in conflict with children’s rights.John Howard told The Australian that children in the country would face consequences if same-sex marriage was legalised as he launched his support for the “No” campaign.last_img read more

After prophet film militia threatens US in Iraq

first_img Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments   Share   Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix The Messenger is a reference to Muhammad, who is believed in Islam to be God’s messenger.The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad remains the world’s largest American diplomatic mission, with an estimated 15,000 employees. Asaib Ahl al-Haq, or Band of the People of Righteousness, led deadly attacks against U.S. troops before the American military withdrew from the country last year. Iraqi and U.S. intelligence officials have estimated that Iran, the regional Shiite power, sends the militia around $5 million in cash and weapons each month.The warning capped a day of growing tensions in Baghdad, where hundreds of Shiite followers of the anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr demanded the closure of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad over the anti-Islam movie.Protestors burned American flags and carried banners reading, “We reject the attack on the Prophet Mohammed.”“No, no, to Israel! No, no to America!” thousands shouted in the Shiite stronghold of Sadr City in northeast Baghdad. “Yes, yes for Messenger of God!”In an interview, Sadr supporter and cleric Sheikh Ali al-Atwani said the Iraqi government should shut down the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad immediately, “and the American government should apologize to the entire Islamic world.” “Nothing is achieved by these deaths of people,” he said.But the militia called the film a “heinous act.” Officials believe there are fewer than 1,000 Asaib Ahl al-Haq militiamen, and their leaders live in Iran.“We call upon all Muslims to denounce differences to unify and face our joint enemy who targets Islam,” the group said in a statement.___Associated Press Writers Qassim Abdul-Zahra and Sinan Salaheddin in Baghdad contributed to this report.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help Associated PressBAGHDAD (AP) – A Shiite militant group threatened U.S. interests in Iraq on Thursday as part of the backlash over an anti-Islam film it described as “heinous.”Iranian-backed Asaib Ahl al-Haq leader Qais al-Khazali said the amateurish video that ridicules Prophet Muhammad was unforgiveable. A statement by the militia called on all Muslims to “face our joint enemy.”“The offense against the Messenger will put all the American interests Iraq in danger. We will not forgive that,” al-Khazali told The Associated Press in an interview. Top holiday drink recipescenter_img Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project The vital role family plays in society Sponsored Stories Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Top Stories There was no immediate response Thursday from the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.A leading Iraqi lawmaker also called on Washington to punish the filmmakers, saying the movie seeks “inciting violence and extremism, creating hatred among the peoples, and even inciting sectarian violence among Muslims.”But Ali al-Alak, the Shiite head of parliament’s religious committee, urged Muslims worldwide to use “wise methods” in responding to it instead of turning to violence like the kind this week that killed four Americans at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens.Protesters in Egypt and Yemen also scaled the walls at the U.S. embassies in the capitals of those two nations.“We regret the violence that led to the killing of U.S. diplomats in Libya, and we call for self-restraint in order not to be drawn into worldwide conflict,” al-Alak said during a Thursday meeting of parliament.Even so, he denounced the film as an “immoral act and a flagrant violation against our religion and great prophet.”Great Britain’s top diplomat, Foreign Minister William Hague, told reporters in Baghdad that security at U.K. embassies in Iraq and across the Mideast is “under constant review” and condemned the Benghazi attack. Hague was meeting with parliament Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi during a brief visit to Iraq.last_img read more

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