Facebook Linkedin Horoscope: April 28, 2021 Facebook Horoscope: May 2, 2021 ReddIt Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ Horoscope: April 29, 2021 printA baby born today has Sun in Aquarius and a Moon in Virgo until 6:25 a.m., when the Moon enters Libra.HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Monday, Feb. 1, 2021:Strong-willed, mentally quick and courageous, when you’re right, you won’t give an inch. This year, however, you work on a team, and patience creates a very successful and profitable project. If single, don’t be too anxious to please lovers. Your true soul mate comes along in May. If attached, you may be in a turbulent phase, but this smooths out soon. Then you are in bliss. LEO is super generous.The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-DifficultARIES (March 21-April 19)★★★★The sky picture brings a sensitive and sentimental mood to love. Photos, scrapbook souvenirs and walks along the cold shore will delight someone you care for. Devote the day to love magic. You deserve it. Tonight: A socially distanced dinner date. Don’t be impulsiveTAURUS (April 20-May 20)★★★★Good health habits are a must today. Honor your body and serve healthy foods. An animal that strays to your door may belong to someone else. Don’t consider it a permanent part of your household until you find out. Tonight: Early beddie-byes.GEMINI (May 21-June 20)★★★★★Today promises sparkles and surprises in matters of the heart. Significant meetings and partings can occur. You always enjoy a challenge in love situations and can lose interest in someone who is too complacent. Tonight: Make up your mind. Don’t think so much.CANCER (June 21-July 22)★★★★Thoughts will center on home life and understanding family members. Avoid a change of residence. The move would prove unsatisfactory. Relatives can be entering new life stages, or a residence might need updating. Tonight: Be flexible. Conversations with and about relatives are revealing.LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)★★★Stay in familiar surroundings today. Vehicles can be unreliable or directions lost. Use care in communication during this time, for messages can be lost or misconstrued. Carrying a talisman of citrine for clarity can be most helpful. Tonight: The mental cobwebs are swept away.VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)★★★★Earning enough to pay for new treasures will absorb your attention today. Enjoy all that you have, rather than lamenting that which eludes you. You’ve been concerned about security. This trend will ebb. And your financial picture should grow promising. Tonight: Keep hope alive.LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)★★★★★Your judgement is especially good today, so don’t go through the usual agony about making a decision. Your instincts will lead you to the right choices. A new home, job or relationship can replace the familiar. Tonight: The final message is that it’s time to grow.SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)★★★★★Suddenly discretion is more important than usual. You will cherish your privacy today. You’ll be aware of the secret worries and needs of others. There are opportunities to be helpful, almost acting like a guardian angel to those less fortunate. Tonight: You impress yourself.SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)★★★Follow through with networking. Blend business and pleasure today. Don’t take others for granted. Associates might not be as they first appear. Competitive situations are present. If you’re the winner in a conflict, be alert to the possibility of poor sportsmanship. Tonight: Relax.CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)★★You will be highly visible at work. Be aware of cycles and patterns in your social life. Friendships can impact your career. As 2021 gets underway, past life connections will become apparent in intimate relationships. Tonight: Expect a tense situation. Practice deep breathing.AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)★★★★★Journeys of the mind as well as actual geographic wanderings will take you to new places in the future. Now, because of COVID, you cannot travel. But new concepts can broaden your outlook. Tonight: Reach out to a friend currently in a foreign land.PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)★★★★★Life is full of sparkle, but resist the temptation to control. Recognize and respect synchronicity. Allow destiny to play her hand, and you will triumph. The veil to the afterlife will be especially transparent. Tonight: Loved ones on the other side can communicate quite clearly.Born today: Actor Clark Gable (1901), poet Langston Hughes (1902), photographer Vivian Maier (1926) Tamia Banks Horoscope: May 1, 2021 Horoscope: May 2, 2021 Horoscope: April 29, 2021 Linkedin + posts Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ Twitter Twitter Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ ReddIt Horoscope: April 30, 2021 Horoscope: May 1, 2021 Horoscope: April 30, 2021 Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ Previous articleImage Magazine: Winter 2020/2021Next articleWhat we’re reading: Trump parts with lead impeachment lawyers, avalanche buries skier in Utah Tamia Banks RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start “We’ll see how he comes out of it tomorrow,” Roberts said. “The next progression is a four- or five-inning rehab start. Double-A or Triple-A, I’m not sure. But I think that’s kind of the plan.”Kershaw has never been a big fan of minor-league rehab assignments. In this case, however, he has not pitched in a game all spring and could need more than one to build up suitably for major-league action.“Honestly, I think we’re going to let Clayton drive it,” Roberts said. “We don’t know (how many rehab starts he might need). After one, he could feel good and feel he’s ready. He might feel he needs another one.“We’re at a point where we understand the long view. We want him to be healthy to help us and help himself. So I’m not concerned about it – we’ll kind of see how it goes.”ALSOLeft-hander Rich Hill (sprained MCL in his left knee) continues to throw on flat ground, wearing a knee brace. Roberts said he doesn’t know a timetable for Hill to throw off a mound.UP NEXTDiamondbacks (RHP Zack Godley) at Dodgers (RHP Kenta Maeda), Saturday, 6:10 p.m., SportNet LA (where available), 570 AM LOS ANGELES — Dodgers manager Dave Roberts had barely filled out the first lineup of the season Thursday when he was asked if there might be more lineup consistency this year.“We are going to move guys around. Our guys have done it for three years and we’re going to do it again,” he said.A record-setting eight home runs on Opening Day didn’t change his mind. With left-hander Robbie Ray starting the second game for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Roberts had Joc Pederson (two home runs and a double in the opener) and Max Muncy (one home run) on the bench. Corey Seager (another home run) was dropped to fifth in the order, a rare move for him.Roberts said he already had an idea of his lineups for each of the four games in the season-opening series and wasn’t going to change based on one explosive game. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “It’s part of having a plan,” he said. “Yeah, sometimes it can be hard not to deviate. I’m not saying I’m in a box. But it’s the second game of the season. You have to be able to stick to a plan for at least a couple games.”Seager has batted lower than third in the Dodgers’ lineup just 26 times in 357 career games – none since 2016. But Roberts said the move Friday was based on Seager’s history against Ray (3 for 23 with 13 strikeouts) and not a signal that Seager would move up and down the lineup based on the handedness of the opposing pitcher.“No … he doesn’t see Robbie Ray very well,” Roberts said. “So I think in this particular instance it makes sense. But outside of today, I don’t see him anywhere outside of second or third.”A.J. Pollock spent much of the Cactus League schedule batting leadoff and was expected to bat there against left-handers (with Pederson on the bench). But Roberts went with Kiké Hernandez (fresh off his two-homer game Thursday), ostensibly because of his history against Ray (8 for 30 with three home runs and six walks).The Dodgers start the season with only one true platoon – Chris Taylor replaced Pederson in left field. But Roberts made it clear the daily attempt to optimize matchups would continue to be reflected in a changing lineup. Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco “It’s a different pitcher, a different day,” Roberts summarized before Friday’s game.KERSHAW PLANLeft-hander Clayton Kershaw is scheduled to take the next step Saturday in his throwing progression after being sidelined by shoulder discomfort during spring training. Kershaw will throw three simulated innings to Dodgers hitters Saturday afternoon.If everything goes well, a bullpen session will follow in a couple of days. The next step could be to pitch a minor-league game, perhaps as early as next week.Related Articles How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season
But Chevelle Gordon, the baby’s mother is a PNP supporter and thinks the child will follow her ways. As labourites and comrades mingle outside a polling station in Greenwich Farm, the contrast of young Bernard, dressed in green, resting across his mother’s orange clad chest could not be missed. Chevelle, however, said that the colour of her child’s shirt is merely coincidental. “Its not the father, is me put in him green. It nuh have nuttin fi do with it,’ she said. The PNP wears orange and the JLP wears green. The senior Bernard says green represents prosperity, and that with him being the head of the household his son will follow his lead. The PNP’s Simpson Miller is being challenged by the JLP’s Victor Hyde for the seat she has won since 1976. Bernard told The Gleaner that he expects Simpson Miller to win the constituency but is hopeful the JLP will win the general elections, which would give both him and his partner something to smile about later. Shellando Bernard believes his young son, six months old, Lionel, represents a green sprout in the People’s National Party dominated South West St Andrew. The elder Bernard, is one of the few hundred JLP voters in the constituency controlled by Portia Simpson Miller, the PNP president and Prime Minister of Jamaica.
Tags:#mobile Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … We just came across this great infographic which provides a visualization of the various mobile operating system market shares from around the world and how each platform’s share differs from region to region. The data is pulled from Statcounter, so it may not be the most accurate representation of mobile data there is, but it’s probably not too far off, at least in general terms.The infographic was created by www.icrossing.co.uk and we spotted on the excellent Posterous site “Cool Infographics” maintained by Techmeme editor Mahendra Palsule.Click on the image below for a larger version. Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement sarah perez Related Posts
PB: Early in your career, you worked as a score reader with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, engaging with the likes of John Williams, Joshua Bell, and Christoph Eschenbach. Can you explain for our audience what the role of a score reader entails?MH: It’s a rare thing. I was new to L.A., working on a TV show at the time, and I was itching to do something different. The opportunity came up through a friend who worked for the L.A. Phil to be a score reader — you attend the rehearsals with the orchestra and conductor and you actually mark the score with cues, then you work with the video crew. You know how you watch a live performance on TV and they cut to the tuba player right before his solo? That’s some nerd like me, sitting with the camera crew and letting them know where the cues are coming up in the piece, so they know where to focus the camera.It was a really fun gig, and I was able to hang around huge talents and watch them work very intimately. Working alongside John Williams was definitely a highlight. I did that for a few summers, and every time, it was immensely rewarding. I had the best seat in the house for some truly amazing performances, back then. Now, when I go to Disney Hall or The Hollywood Bowl, I have to pay top dollar like everyone else!Cover image via Long Shot (Paramount).Looking for more industry interviews? Check these out.Industry Interview: CW Costume Designer Catherine AshtonIndustry Interview: “Whiplash” Production Designer Melanie JonesInterview: “My Dinner with Herve” Composer David NorlandThe Universal Language of Music: Interview with Composer Jacob YoffeeIndustry Insights: Behind the Scenes with Editor Nena Erb Miles Hankins offers insight into composing for film and television — as well as collaborating with musicians around the world.Composer Miles Hankins‘s career has spanned many feature and TV projects. We sat down with this prolific musical scribe to talk Rogen, reality, and real sports.PremiumBeat: Long Shot is getting great reviews as a funny piece that also explores deeper issues. How did you approach the score, and what kind of discussions did you have with the principal players about the tone and tenor of the film?Miles Hankins: In every great rom-com, there is a touching personal story. As the composers, Marco Beltrami and I have watched the film a lot. Getting to see it at SXSW and in NY was awesome — I have never seen a response so positive. People seem to love it. We always had a good feeling that people would like the film. Our main concern was that the score didn’t get in the way of the comedy — it’s hard to make music funny. The great film composer, Elmer Bernstein, said something to the effect of: “The trick is to score it sincerely and that will make it funnier.” We didn’t want to over-score or manipulate the viewers’ emotions, but rather stay out of the way of the story. We used a lot of different styles from indie folk guitar with hand percussion, and then more traditional orchestrations. We also leaned on a sense of grand sweeping patriotism (in places) since it is a political drama, and then there are some epic action scenes, so there were many things we looked to accomplish in the score.Being Serena via IMDBPB: You’ve done documentary projects for HBO: The Many Lives of Nick Buoniconti and Being Serena. These seem very different from your other work. How did you come to these projects?MH: I’m not a big sports guy, per se, but both of these projects were so special. Serena Williams is a personal hero of mine — I played tennis growing up. When I was approached, I wondered if I even knew how to set about a sports documentary musically. But the showrunners said, “That’s why we want you, because you come from the world of film.” This project wasn’t about tennis but about her becoming a mother. It was a very intimate look at a woman that we know as a fierce competitor and seeing another side to her. I brought in a vocalist and also explored different musical styles — from R&B to electronic music to string quartet. I was so happy to learn the project was nominated for a Sports Emmy for Outstanding Music Composition.The other film was about the NFL legend Nick Buoniconti. He was a character I was aware of. I went to University of Miami in undergrad and he had played for the Dolphins and was an iconic figure there. I found out his story . . . he’s going through CTE, a neurological disorder related to his playing days. So, he became this unlikely spokesperson for the condition, with a heart-wrenching personal story. I think it appealed to me because I was coming off A Quiet Place, which was so dark and intense — I just wanted something beautiful and lyrical to work on. We recorded the music in Europe, and I worked remotely from Los Angeles.A Quiet Place. Photo by Jonny Cournoyer. © 2018 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.PB: Is that unusual?MH: With today’s technology and the magic of the internet, it’s actually quite easy to operate a remote session abroad. We always love to use our peerless local AFM musicians here in LA, but that’s a decision the production companies, networks, and studios make for us. When we can’t stay in town, we’re fortunate to have access to a wide variety of gifted musicians abroad as well. And it’s always exciting to hear different perspectives on the music, from around the world.Long Shot premiere.PB: You created additional music for A Quiet Place, The Snowman, and The Shallows working with Composer Marco Beltrami. Obviously, collaborating on three projects, you have a good working relationship. Can you tell us about that process?MH: A Quiet Place was a challenging project for numerous reasons. Almost no dialogue, so the catch was to find the music in the film where we supported the material, but was the least intrusive. We often struggled to find the right balance. I remember the moment when it clicked. We had tried a million things. We had hired a huge orchestra to experiment with all kinds of aleatoric gestures; we were throwing as much paint on the canvas as possible to see what would work; and finally, at the end of all this experimentation, we broke through to something and finally began to hear it. And it felt right.I met Marco through Buck Sanders — I think on Fantastic Four — I jumped in on that one, and it was a really high-pressure scenario, and we found we worked well together.There isn’t really a set process. We usually watch the film (or what there is to view at that point) and discuss how best to play it. The director will give us their idea of instruments and orchestrations. Marco will go to work writing and we will experiment with ideas, as well. We often work separately and then come together. We’ll share thoughts, share files, and we’ll collaborate until we find what we are looking for. We’ll kick cues back and forth. Each project is different. All this time in Hollywood, you’d think it gets easier but it doesn’t — it’s like a unique puzzle — each film has a different sound, and once you find it, it’s a beautiful thing. Although it’s always challenging, it’s very satisfying when it clicks.Long Shot (via Paramount).PB: You’ve had a love of film and music since you were a kid. In fact, at 12, you were given a sound generator to create digital music and a canon video camera.MH: When the camcorder thing happened in the ’80s, my parents got one. And one afternoon, my sister and I took out the camera and decided to shoot something. That became what we would do — we would come up with scripts and get our friends over and put them in crazy outfits. But even before discovering the camera, movies were always a part of my life. My parents were huge film people — they loved the classics, and every Sunday night we would watch them. It always struck me (while watching them) how amazing the scores were, even before I was studying theory and harmony — I was hearing all this lush, sophisticated music from those classic films, which had such feeling and personality. I feel like that influence made it into Long Shot. There is a scene at a black tie dinner in Buenos Aires. We usually played the theme on acoustic guitar, but I rewrote it for that scene to sound Gershwin-esque — lush with a different harmony to call back to those classic films.Miles Hankins.
The police on Thursday found the body of an Islamic State-J&K (ISJK) militant and arrested another injured militant in Anantnag’s Bijbehara area.Police sources said that the body of Aadil Rehman Das, a resident of Bijbehara’s Waghama village, was found on a hill in Boomteng near Sirhama. Another ISJK militant, Arif Hussain Bhat, from Bijbehara’s Thajiwara was found injured near the same spot. “He has bullet injuries in the leg,” the police said.They did not disclose whether the militant was killed in an encounter or in a clash between two militant outfits.Locals said they heard loud a few gunshots on Wednesday night.
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Tottenham boss Pochettino: We’ve toughened up since Man Utdby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino feels his players have become mentally stronger over the first-half of the season.Pochettino believes the temperament of his squad has improved following a dressing down at Old Trafford.He was agitated by players talking about winning the Premier League title after beating Manchester United 3-0 in August.”After our victory at Old Trafford, I was so disappointed with some of the comments, the way we assimilated the victory,” said Pochettino ahead of the Boxing Day clash with Bournemouth.”After that we improved a lot and learned. In football you always have to be respectful and talk on the pitch. We’re in a very good position — last 16 of the Champions League, semi-final of the Carabao Cup and third in the Premier League table.”I remember when we arrived it always was about how? How do we reduce the gap to the top? How can we be competitive in big games? How can we be consistent? How? How? How? After four-and-a-half years I think we’re in a very good position. But now the last step is the most difficult step. It looks so close but sometimes it’s not so close. That is why it’s tough to keep going.”In our first press conference after the World Cup I told you this is going to be one of the most difficult seasons for us. When many things were negative, when all the circumstances were not the best to start with… But we fought a lot and we took a massive challenge, fighting all together, and we’re doing a fantastic job.”
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Karim Benzema: Real Madrid gradually improvingby Carlos Volcano13 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveKarim Benzema has been named the Mahou Cinco Estrellas winner for being Real Madrid’s Player of the Month.The striker has scored six goals in Los Blancos’ first 10 games of the season, of which he has played nine.”Receiving an award from the supporters is always different because it’s your fans and you play for them, so I feel very happy,” Benzema said.”I’m doing very well right now, like the whole team.”Gradually we are going to reach a very high level where we are able to win all of our matches.”
Whoops! Sheffield Utd forward Oli McBurnie caught with owl hoodieby Paul Vegas9 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveSheffield United forward Oli McBurnie has deleted a picture of himself on social media wearing a Drake hoodie.The former Swansea striker uploaded the picture last night wearing a black hoodie with a huge owl across the front, reports The Star.The owl is the symbol of Candian rapper Drake’s ‘October’s Very Own’ (OVO) brand but bears a striking resemblance to Sheffield Wednesday’s badge. McBurnie was quick to delete the photo after both sets of fans were quick to make the unintentional connection between McBurnie’s hoodie and Sheffield Wednesday.Wednesday have been linked with the owl since 1912. About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Adrian: The Scouse link which landed Liverpool dealby Paul Vegas7 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveAdrian admits an ex-teammate – and Scouser – at West Ham United helped secure him a move to Liverpool.Merseysider Aaron Cresswell, formerly of Tranmere Rovers, urged Reds goalkeeper coach John Achterberg to go for Adrian after Alisson broke down at the start of the season.Cresswell knows Achterberg from their time together at Prenton Park.Adrian told the Telegraph: “I only knew it after I signed. “So thank you Cress for having had a good word for me.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say