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first_img Posted in Six Nations, Top headlines, Videos ‘ 熱門話題對肚腩脂肪感到後悔!試了在萬寧賣的這個後…熱門話題|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Watch: Kolbe makes Test players look amateur – Ugo MonyeFormer England wing wing Ugo Monye says Springbok wing Cheslin Kolbe is one of the most devastating runners in the game ever.SA Rugby MagUndoCNAHow is life for Cambodian boy linguist after viral fame?CNA|SponsoredSponsoredUndoLife Exact BrazilGrace Jones Is Now 72 Years Old, This Is Her NowLife Exact Brazil|SponsoredSponsoredUndoBuzzAura16 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Eat Every DayBuzzAura|SponsoredSponsoredUndoBuzz TreatmentRemember Grace Jones? Try Not To Smile When You See Her NowBuzz Treatment|SponsoredSponsoredUndoLoans | Search AdsLooking for loan in Hong Kong? Find options hereLoans | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ Post by Craig Lewis From the magazine: Jano Vermaak names his Perfect XVSA Rugby MagUndo Jones: I don’t know what you’re talking about Video published on February 8, 2021 SumabisPut Vaseline On Your Eyelashes Overnight, Here’s WhySumabis|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ There were several frosty responses from both England coach Eddie Jones and captain Owen Farrell following a historic loss to Scotland this past weekend.ALSO READ: What’s in our latest issue?Subscribe here MoneyMorningPaperThe 10 Richest Families Of The World. Especially No. 6 Is A Complete Surprise.MoneyMorningPaper|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ ‘ ‘ GoGoPeak10 Most Beautiful Cities You Should Visit Once In Your LifetimeGoGoPeak|SponsoredSponsoredUndoWatch: Springbok centre Jesse Kriel goes full CR7 after excellent trySA Rugby MagUndoJapan-based Kiwi player: I hope to never experience this againSA Rugby MagUndoAlphaCuteOprah’s New House Cost $90 Million, And This Is What It Looks LikeAlphaCute|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

first_imgThe Livingston Enterprise has reported that a much-needed supply of ventilators is on its way to a hospital in Park County, Montana thanks to a “generous” donation by John Mayer.After reaching out to Livingston HealthCare to inquire what equipment was most needed, Mayer, who is a part-time resident of Park County, quietly donated an undisclosed amount to be used for the purchase of ventilators for the facility. He apparently sought no publicity for the good deed, but his name was released by the hospital’s spokesperson after a request by The Enterprise “in hopes of boosting community morale.”Related: John Mayer Missed Out On Gal Gadot’s ‘Imaging’ Video Due To Ariana Grande Song Mixup [Watch]The hospital is reportedly “faring well with equipment at this time,” but with national shortages looming, they are working to conserve personal protective equipment that is in short supply.The Livingston HealthCare Foundation has established an Emergency Response Fund to help meet the needs of caregivers and patients of COVID-19. You can follow John’s lead and make a donation by visiting the foundation’s website and clicking the COVID-19 link at the top of the page, or by donating to your local hospital.[H/T The Livingston Enterprise]last_img read more

first_imgWith improving the UK’s productivity at the heart of this year’s Autumn Statement, it was encouraging to see the chancellor identify infrastructure as a key driver. The £23bn National Productivity Investment Fund to be spent on innovation and infrastructure over the next five years is welcome news. However, a vital component missing from the statement was a clear pipeline of projects, which is so urgently required to provide increased certainty for industry and potential investors. In his speech, the chancellor announced he has asked the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) to make recommendations on the UK’s future infrastructure needs using a fiscal remit of between 1% and 1.2% of the country’s GDP each year from 2020 to 2050. While this is a commendable move, it cannot risk delaying the delivery of much-needed projects.Any hold up to reinforce the pipeline of projects could delay private investors from having clear visibility of potential opportunities. After all, with public finance under immense pressure, the chancellor is already relying on investment from the private sector to help bring forward many of the schemes currently in the pipeline. Post-Brexit, private investment in infrastructure will be key to help boost the UK’s competitive standing.Any hold up to reinforce the pipeline of projects could delay private investors from having clear visibility of potential opportunitiesA lack of clarity could also have implications for the entire supply chain, from manufacturers to skills training. Industry needs to plan now for what skills are needed to deliver future schemes. The recently published CBI/AECOM Infrastructure Survey 2016 found that 86% of infrastructure providers are concerned that skills shortages will affect the UK’s ability to deliver the current infrastructure pipeline. With businesses eager to equip themselves with the right skills, certainty around the future pipeline is now more important than ever. The Autumn Statement’s emphasis on improving the productivity gap does, however, provide fresh impetus for industry to build on the findings of the Farmer Review. The opportunity for industry to be far more joined-up with its clients in how it approaches skills is key. Also important, are the opportunities to make a career in the built environment more attractive to young people by moving to a digitally-enabled way of working. The Farmer Review explores different ways to raise productivity by making work less labour intensive, such as through offsite construction. The Autumn Statement’s linkage between infrastructure investment and productivity gains now gives industry what it needs to engender these types of productive methods such as accelerating Building Information Modelling (BIM) into Detailing for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) and more offsite production.The NIC is expected to publish a report in 2018 that will set out a vision for UK infrastructure up to 2050, which will be updated once during each parliament. A strategic long-term approach that goes beyond the election cycle would allow industry to plan with real confidence that the demand and support for new infrastructure will be sustained. However, industry and the lending community still require a new pipeline of transparent, viable projects in the intervening period.Publication of the much-awaited Housing White Paper will hopefully provide the detail behind some of the headlines in the chancellor’s speech. Anything less will only increase the plight of Jams – those households “just about managing”. Let’s hope its recommendations are radical. With the vast amount of underutilised land in public ownership, a fresh look at this could perhaps be the main lever government can pull.John Hicks is director and head of government & public for AECOMlast_img read more

first_imgWhite North 5Canfield30-3-0  (L3)0917-8 tie*Bay22-0-0  (W2)416313 League Standings tie*North Olmsted22-0-0  (W2)4752 3Orange21-1-0  (W1)268-2 tie*Avon Lake22-0-0  (W2)417413 White South League Standings 1Midview22-0-0  (W2)41055 6Kent Roosevelt20-2-0  (L2)0612-6 tie*Benedictine21-1-0  (L1)257-2 1Olmsted Falls32-1-0  (W2)41055 2West Geauga32-0-1  (T1)515123 4Elyria Catholic41-3-0  (L1)21720-3 6CVCA30-2-1  (T1)1613-7 4Parma Sr. High31-2-0  (L2)21012-2 7Brush30-3-0  (L3)0319-16 Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. 2Nordonia32-1-0  (W1)414113 3Kenston21-1-0  (L1)2871 1Chagrin Falls33-0-0  (W3)619613 RankTeamGPRecordPtsGFGA+/- 4Western Reserve Academy30-3-0  (L3)0515-10 5Aurora31-2-0  (L2)21013-3 tie*Mentor10-1-0  (L1)004-4 tie*Solon11-0-0  (W1)2312 Red South Matt Loede RankTeamGPRecordPtsGFGA+/- Related TopicsGreater Cleveland High School Hockey League 3Twinsburg42-2-0  (W2)42023-3 tie*Rocky River10-1-0  (L1)004-4 Blue North tie*Garfield Heights41-3-0  (L3)2534-29 1Normandy33-0-0  (W3)6211011 1Lakewood44-0-0  (W4)833528 1Shaker Hts. 44-0-0  (W4)822319 tie*Mayfield21-1-0  (L1)21284 tie*Amherst31-2-0  (W1)21215-3 tie*Brooklyn22-0-0  (W2)414113 3Strongsville41-3-0  (W1)21215-3 RankTeamGPRecordPtsGFGA+/- Blue South tie*Cleveland Hts.31-2-0  (L1)211110 2NDCL22-0-0  (W2)411110 League Standings 7North Canton Hoover40-4-0  (L4)01428-14 6Westlake30-3-0  (L3)0322-19 tie*Brecksville20-2-0  (L2)0516-11 Red North tie*Avon22-0-0  (W2)41266 2Hudson32-1-0  (W2)41012-2last_img read more

first_imgAUBURN — Tigers coordinators Ellis Johnson and Rhett Lashlee held their regular Sunday press conference tonight.An initial rundown is below. ELLIS JOHNSON: — “One positive thing, I think we got a little bit more pass pressure.”— On if Jermaine Whitehead can return to defense: “Not at this time.”— “That was an unbelievable ending and unfortunate injury … sickening.”— Coaches’ box had unbelievable TV camera angle on fumble.— Josh Holsey “didn’t play well” against South Carolina— On Kris Frost: “A great effort play. We’re fortunate to even get to him. … Stripping the ball was just unbelievable on top of that.”— “Kris had some really good games, coach gave him a little helmet sticker after the South Carolina game.”— “All the accountabilities went down (improved) this week.”— “They got to have better judgement” on late hits out of bounds.Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee has a press conference tonight.Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee has a press conference tonight. RHETT LASHLEE: — “We had challenged the to play hard and physical for four quarters. … I thought Nick and I thought Cameron Artis-Payne made plays in the running game.”— “It sure would have been nice for Nick to hit Sammie on that second drive” to go up 14-0.— On 12 players play: “We obviously didn’t have the right guys on the field…obviously that’s not good.”— On Roc Thomas: “Roc’s fine, he rolled an ankle. He could have gone back in, probably wouldn’t have been full speed.”— “You know exactly what you’re going to get. … Cameron’s starting to emerge into that role.”— “For some reason we’re better with long fields than short fields.”— On CAP: “He doesn’t get a lot of the attention that he probably deserves.”last_img read more

first_img FILE – This July 27, 2015 file photo, shows lamb chops with warm Caesar salad in Concord, N.H. This dish is from a recipe by Sara Moulton. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) This recipe is a template for topping sauteed steaks or chops of most any kind with a wilted salad, a splendid dish for an early fall dinner.Mostly, I’m taking my cues here from the Italians. In Florence, they like to pep up their grilled steaks with a drizzle of olive oil and a spritz of lemon, which cuts through the meat’s fattiness. Then there’s veal Milanese, a breaded chop with a salad on top. But the latter dish doesn’t marry the salad dressing to the chops, as I do here, and my chop isn’t breaded. Also, Caesar dressing is rooted in Mexico, not Italy. All of which is to say I guess my inspirations were pretty diverse.How to marry the meat to the salad? By taking advantage of the concentrated bits of reduced meat juices at the bottom of the pan, as well as the juices from the resting chops after they have been cooked. It’s then that the salad’s flavors — anchovies, garlic and shallots — are added to the skillet, followed by chicken broth, lemon juice and olive oil.As noted, these are basically the ingredients for a Caesar dressing with a little chicken broth added. (The broth amps up the meat flavor while cutting down on the need for more olive oil.)If the very thought of anchovies sends you screaming for the exit, steel yourself and add them to the recipe as called for. Try it that way just once. You assume that the little devils are going to overwhelm the dish, adding nothing but fishiness. Not true. In this context, the anchovies are surprisingly modest; they provide salt and depth of flavor, but no obvious fishiness.As for the greens, feel free to experiment. If you prefer them to be more crispy and less wilted, don’t add them to the pan; just toss them with the warm dressing.Finally, I have called for lamb shoulder chops because they’re more affordable than rib or loin chops. They’re every bit as tasty as the pricier chops, even if they’re also marginally chewier. Of course, if you feel like splurging, reach for the more expensive cuts. And know that this recipe works just as well with steak, pork chops and chicken on the bone as it does with lamb chops. FILE – This July 27, 2015 file photo, shows lamb chops with warm Caesar salad in Concord, N.H. This dish is from a recipe by Sara Moulton. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)center_img LAMB CHOPS WITH WARM CAESAR SALADStart to finish: 35 minutes (15 minutes active)Servings: 43 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, dividedFour 1/2-inch-thick lamb shoulder or round bone chopsKosher salt and ground black pepper4 anchovy fillets, chopped2 tablespoons minced shallots1 teaspoon minced garlic1/4 cup low-sodium chicken broth2 tablespoons lemon juice4 cups chopped escarole, dandelion greens (tough stems removed) or romaine1 ounce shaved Parmesan cheeseIn a large skillet over medium-high, heat 1 tablespoon of the oil. Reduce the heat to medium and add 2 of the lamb chops, sprinkled with salt and pepper. Cook until lightly browned on both sides, 5 to 6 minutes total for medium-rare. Transfer to a plate and cover loosely with foil. Repeat with the remaining 2 chops in the oil remaining in the pan.Return the skillet to the heat and reduce to medium-low. Add 1 tablespoon of the remaining oil, the anchovies, shallots and garlic, then cook, stirring, for 1 1/2 minutes. Add the broth and lemon juice and cook, scraping up the brown bits on the bottom, for 1 minute. Add the remaining 1 tablespoon of oil, the greens, and a hefty pinch each of salt and pepper. Cook, stirring until the greens are slightly wilted, about 2 minutes. Add the juices from the resting lamb and remove from the heat.To serve, transfer the chops to each of 4 plates and top each chop with a quarter of the dressed wilted greens and the cheese.Nutrition information per serving: 500 calories; 380 calories from fat (76 percent of total calories); 43 g fat (15 g saturated; 1.5 g trans fats); 90 mg cholesterol; 620 mg sodium; 5 g carbohydrate; 2 g fiber; 1 g sugar; 26 g protein.EDITOR’S NOTE: Sara Moulton is host of public television’s “Sara’s Weeknight Meals.” She was executive chef at Gourmet magazine for nearly 25 years and spent a decade hosting several Food Network shows, including “Cooking Live.” Her latest cookbook is “Home Cooking 101.”last_img read more

Kwaito’s looking sharp!

first_img9 April 2003A new documentary film about kwaito culture is spreading awareness about this uniquely South African music form around the world and creating an international market for kwaito artists.“Sharp Sharp!”, written and directed by Aryan Kaganof, was broadcast in the Netherlands on 8 April. The first film to tell the story of kwaito, “Sharp Sharp!” contains detailed interviews with all the major musicians, producers, figureheads, media commentators, industry executives and others involved in kwaito.“Sharp Sharp!” tells the story of a music form that burst from South Africa’s computers and synthesizers after the release from prison of Nelson Mandela in 1990.By the time of the first democratic elections in 1994, kwaito had its first stars, Boom Shaka. Today, there is a veritable pantheon of kwaito celebrities who are idolised by millions, and kwaito is now breaking into the international market.M’du, Zola, Arthur, Kabelo, Oskido, Don Laka and Mzambiya are just some of the artists featured in the film, which was broadcast on Holland’s prestigious RAM world culture programme.Johannesburg-based Kaganof, who won the prize for Best Video Made In Africa in 2002 with Western4.33, is currently working on bringing “Sharp Sharp!” to South Africans as a five-part television series.Voice of the ghettoThe music and culture of the township youth of South Africa, kwaito is the voice and language of the ghetto, speaking of the daily experiences and dreams of the first generation to come of age in the post-apartheid period.Despite suffering a lack of recognition, and often downright disparagement from mainstream cultural institutions and figures, kwaito has forged ahead, providing employment for tens of thousands of people in the music, radio, entertainment and fashion industries.To date, no substantial analysis of the kwaito phenomenon has been written or filmed, and the music and the scene surrounding it have often been relegated to gossip columns.But kwaito is a force to be reckoned with. It is the site of a major sonic revolution: the dawn of the digital age in South African music.Dominated by a radically different approach to sound, kwaito is a music of textures and repetitive modal vamping, as opposed to classical song structures. Rather than a weakness, this is kwaito’s great strength, for this is the direction that popular music culture across the world has taken since the mid-1980s and the onset of house music.Purely SA dance musicKwaito, then, is an addition to the library of world dance music; a uniquely South African contribution to global dance culture that is respected precisely because of its distinctive South African qualities: the languid, rolling bass lines and vocal chants that imbue this music with characteristics that are purely South African.These chants and phrases link the music form to American hip-hop, but kwaito’s lyrics come straight from South Africa’s townships and convey the street language of these townships: the tsotsitaal, the kasitaal, the street “lingo” that is a glorious pot-pourri of all 11 official languages that puts paid to the apartheid mythology of separate development.Kwaito is a wild, eclectic mix-up, a boiling, cooking brew of language and sound that could have happened nowhere but in South Africa.Source: Franki Hills Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

first_img“One would be hard pressed to find a South African who does not have an opinion on the current power crisis,” writes Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown. “Such robust debate is welcomed as part of our democracy. Nevertheless, there are times when the need for a nation to rise as one and work towards the greater good is paramount.” The Kendal power station in Mpumalanga is the largest indirect dry-cooled power station in the world. (Image: Media Club South Africa) Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne BrownOne would be hard pressed to find a South African who does not have an opinion on the current power crisis. Our democracy provides space for all to make their voices heard, and countless South Africans have strongly voiced their opinions on social networks, in the media and on other platforms.Such robust debate is part and parcel of our democracy and is welcomed. Nevertheless, there are times when the need for a nation to rise as one and work towards the greater good is paramount.Now is not the time to point the finger of blame. Our national power supply is under pressure due to the need to perform vital maintenance. There is also a risk of unexpected breakdowns at some of our aging power stations. Unfortunately this perfect storm often necessitates the need for load shedding to stabilise the system.We do not undertake load shedding lightly, however, there are times when this is the only option. Government is all too aware of the major disruptions and inconvenience that arise from unplanned electricity interruptions. We are very concerned about the impact on individuals and businesses which are the lifeblood of our economy.However, we dare not allow the current power challenges to define us. We are the country that emerged from the depths of Apartheid to form a nation built on the pillars of democracy and freedom for all. We are the nation which successfully hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup and confounded naysayers who predicted that we would fail.All of South Africa’s many successes since 1994 have been built on our nation standing together as one. Together we can and will continue to overcome all odds.We ask citizens to bear with us in this trying time. Government is working to secure South Africa’s future energy supply through an energy mix which comprises coal, solar, wind, hydro, gas and nuclear energy.Many of these projects are already in the pipeline but getting them on stream will take time. We therefore call on South Africans to pull together and find creative ways to work around load shedding.Households and businesses are encouraged to make provision for the fact that there will be at least two-hour power outages between 7am and 10pm daily for the next 18 of months.In this pressing time every little bit helps, be it switching off geysers and pool pumps during the peak hours or forgoing the convenience of air conditioners.Government is under no illusion that we are asking a lot from South Africans. Nonetheless, we are all in this together, and only by pulling in one direction will we be able to overcome the short-term strain.South Africans should also know that government has the situation in hand and we have implemented measures to improve it. In the short term we continue to support the national grid through the more frequent use of diesel powered open-cycle gas turbines to help bridge the immediate gap between supply and demand. Work to reduce maintenance backlogs is on-going and will lead to improved performance of power plants and less frequent unplanned outages.We are confident that through our collective determination we will be able to manage the current electricity supply challenge which affects everyone. This situation affects everyone and so we all need to stand up and be part of the solution.last_img read more

first_img December 14th, 2009 Category: Enterprise Content Management ‹ Information Management: Innovative Information Access Companies SaaS and RM: Not Anytime Soon › In a break from the normal, but then not too much of a surprise, the 2009 4Q Forrester Wave for ECM report includes open source vendor Alfresco in the ranks of the top eight vendors in the ECM arena.  Open Source companies for a long time have been omitted from research reports that rank vendors published by analyst firms like Gartner and Forrester.  While reports from these analysts are always insightful and often do as much, if not more, in shaping industry trends as the vendors that they report on, the analyst firms have sometimes been accused of being biased in their reporting of paying clients and also sometimes not including other vendors for consideration.The top four vendors, as ranked in this Forrester report, are megavendors EMC, IBM, Oracle and Open Text.  Microsoft is ranked as ‘making inroads’.  Hyland Software and HP are ‘strong performers’.  And Alfresco is a ranked as ‘contender’. Forrester commented that advantages of Alfresco over other vendors include lower cost and smaller footprint.  (Oracle provides a complimentary copy of the Forrester report here.)The report comments:  “Open source vendor Alfresco has been able to capture the attention of enterprises seeking an ECM suite alternative with a lower-cost and smaller footprint. Alfresco has strength in core document management and content services, provides a unified repository, and — as an open source product — excels in extensibility. Alfresco has also significantly invested in records management — historically a weakness — with new functionality set to be released in Q4 2009.” Leave a Comment last_img read more

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