Winners of WCGFT Fishing Tournament catch nearly 500lbs

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 18 Mar 2015 – The Wine Cellar Golf & Fishing Tournament held over the weekend was a gleaming success and after two days of fishing Roscoe Talbot, captaining the boat Therapy won with 187lbs after catching nothing on day one of the tourney. On the Gwendolyn was Codney Capron, coming in slightly under the winner with 184.5lbs and rounding out the top three; the NJ Law, skippered by Ozzie Virgil with 103lbs of sport fish. Related Items:codney capron, gwendolyn, ozzie virgil, Wine Cellar Golf & Fishing Tournament Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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Weather for TCI Weekend

first_img Related Items:Weather Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 04 Sept 2015 – Turk and Caicos Islands the weekend forecast looks to be mostly sunny and clear with a 20% chance of rain. So make it a good one TCIslanders. Recommended for you Two systems developing off California Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Four Systems under watch in Atlantic Weekend Weather Watch – storms and general TCI weather for weekendlast_img

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PNP has back its home

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Olive branch extended by Opposition Leader, says it is time for Turks and Caicos leaders to unite TCI Country Leaders condemn vicious memes Recommended for you Opposition Leader responds to Throne Speech  11 days later; says PDM Govt plan puts TCI in ‘deep doo doo’ Related Items:carlos simons, headquarters, pnp, premimer rufus ewing Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 11 Feb 2016 – A move in the Civil Recovery process led to a Supreme Court ruling in 2013 which saw the governing Progressive National Party’s headquarters confiscated by Government.It was a most peculiar scenario and one which led to the PNP Administration asking for the former AG to be removed.Today the limbo ends as PTV carried the Premier and PNP Party leader, Rufus Ewing just moments ago announcing that they’ve got their building; on airport road in Provo back.It is an important victory for the PNP as the country nears a general election.At the time of the judgement, it was said the PNP did not legally exist and so the party could not sue or be sued.Party Deputy Leader, Carlos Simons, QC defended the case and was reportedly calling on Huw Shepherd (AG)to withdraw the unnecessary proceedings.Simons believed the move was engineered to embarrass the PNP and told the TC Weekly news in 2013 that the accusations of trespassing and no proper title are false.We wait now to hear more on the reported announcement.last_img read more

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Owen writes off Arsenals chances against Liverpool

first_imgMichael Owen has played down Arsenal’s chances as a title threat to Liverpool ahead of their clash at the EmiratesAccording to Football London, the former Reds striker, who scored 158 goals in 297 for the Reds gave Unai Emery credit for making progress this season.Arsenal head into the clash against Liverpool four points behind the Reds and fellow pace-setters Manchester City.“If I was an Arsenal fan I’d be absolutely buzzing,” said Owen. “However they’ve dropped that far behind, finishing sixth in the league and having really average seasons.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“I’d be delighted about the progress but hang on a minute there’s no title challenge or anything else like that. Don’t worry about that.“You look at their team and there’s not one player who would get in the Liverpool team or the Manchester City team.”“They’ve got a long way to go,” he added. “Signs are great but they’ll find they’re up against a proper team today. They’ve beaten a lot of mediocre teams. This is a big test.”last_img read more

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SDPD begins recruitment campaign to reach full staffing by 2020

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Sasha Foo, Posted: June 27, 2018 Sasha Foo June 27, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsThe San Diego Police Department is embarking on a major campaign to hire more police officers. For the first time, the department in the nation’s eighth largest city is hiring a marketing and advertising firm to help the police force achieve its hiring goals.We sat down Wednesday with Police Chief David Nisleit who told us his goal is to achieve full staffing levels of more than 2,000 officers by the year 2020. Currently, the department is about 211 officers short of that target.Although officers’ pay was one of the reasons that San Diego has had problems recruiting and retaining officers, the city’s compensation package is about to improve. As of July 1, police officers will get an 8.3% pay raise, with a series of additional pay hikes, totaling about 25% in the next two years.Nisleit said the boost in salary will make it easier to recruit new officers. He said there will also be more opportunities for young officers to advance more quickly to specialized assignments as more veteran officers retire or leave the force.On average, 14 officers leave the SDPD every month. According to Nisleit, 500 officers will be eligible for retirement in the next five years.An officer must be 21 years old by the time he or she takes the oath and some college experience is preferred. Officers who can speak a second language also qualify for extra pay.The police chief said an officer in their third or fourth year can make a base pay of almost $100,000. “That’s not with overtime, or holiday pay or shift differential, so you’re going to make over $100,000,” Nisleit said.The chief said he will look for candidates who reflect the diversity of the San Diego community. “It’s not one size fits all. You know, I’m looking for the athlete, I’m looking for the scientist. I’m looking for the teacher; people that are from all walks of life that come in and bring theiir experiences to the team and make us one big strong unit,” he said. SDPD begins recruitment campaign to reach full staffing by 2020last_img read more

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North County Fire Protection hosts active shooter drill

first_img September 22, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, North County Fire Protection hosts active shooter drill KUSI Newsroom Posted: September 22, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsBONSALL (KUSI) — North County Fire Protection District hosted an active shooter drill at Bonsall Elementary School Saturday.The drill was a full-scale exercise with participants from North County Fire, Vista Fire, Oceanside Fire, Deer Springs Fire, Pala Fire, Cal-Fire, and North Comm., as well as San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, California Highway Patrol, United States Customs and Border Protection, the Oceanside Police Department, and representatives from the Bonsall Unified School District.In an effort to create the safest community possible, North County Fire Protection District partnered with other local fire, police, and school officials to practice an active shooter training drill in Bonsall.This training will help agencies practice working together in this type of call. last_img read more

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AirNoise button instantly files airplane noise complaints

first_imgAirNoise button instantly files airplane noise complaints 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Point Loma residents deal with rattled windows and shaking homes everyday because of the noise in the sky.AirNoise creator Chris McCann is arming the community with a new tool in the fight against noisy flights over their homes.McCann invented a system that will file a detailed noise complaint with a click of a button.McCann says, “It gets detailed information about the flight, the airline, the tail number, where the airplane is going to an from, how high it was, how close it was to the person who clicked the button. It puts all that information to a noise complaints that sends directly to the airport authority.”McCann says its going to take the community standing together to make a change with the FAA.Some Point Loma community members say the noisy skies come with the land. “Just kinda came with the territory, just like the marine layer in the morning and the traffic and anything else”, says Nick Muscolino.McCann says the San Diego Airport authority is proactive, creating committees to suggest changes to the FAA.The San Diego International Airport take every complaint seriously, but prefer people use their noise complaint tools because their system is directly tied to the FAA radar. January 8, 2019 , center_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: January 8, 2019last_img read more

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Horatio AlgerDenny Sanford scholarship award winner at National University

first_img Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter July 24, 2019 KUSI Newsroom 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – National University’s new Horatio Alger-Denny Sanford Scholarship—the first 10 recipients have been announced.The Horatio Alger-Denny Sanford Scholarship Program was established through a generous multi-million donation to the Horatio Alger Association from renowned philanthropist T. Denny Sanford, who is well known in San Diego for his generosity.100 students will be recognized over the next ten years with $25,000 each, according to National University.Cecilia Gonzalez, who is a Horatio Alger-Denny Sanford Scholarship Recipient, joined Good Morning San Diego. KUSI Newsroom, Horatio Alger-Denny Sanford scholarship award winner at National University Posted: July 24, 2019last_img read more

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ASA Statement on Presidents Budget Proposal for Fiscal Year 2013

first_imgPresident Barack Obama unveiled his budget for fiscal year 2013 yesterday; a proposal that includes a $32 billion reduction in agricultural spending. American Soybean Association (ASA) President Steve Wellman, a soybean farmer from Syracuse, Neb., issues the following statement on the president’s proposal:”The president’s proposed agriculture budget reduces the deficit by $32 billion over 10 years. ASA has advocated, throughout the entire deficit reduction conversation, a shared responsibility for deficit reduction across all mandatory and discretionary spending programs, up to and including the elimination of Direct and Counter-Cyclical Payments as well as the Average Crop Revenue Election program as part of ASA’s 2011 Risk Management for America’s Farmers proposal.”However, with the enormous amount of risk farmers are about to undertake by planting a new soybean crop, now is exactly the wrong time to reduce support for the federal crop insurance program. The proposal put forth in the president’s budget would reduce support to farmers who purchase the highest levels of coverage—a backwards approach that discourages producers from purchasing enough coverage to meet their substantial risk management needs.”ASA does applaud the president’s request to increase the 2013 funding level for the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) to $325 million—an investment targeting areas key to American scientific leadership, including nutrition and obesity reduction, food safety, sustainable bioenergy, global food security, and climate change.”ASA welcomes the president’s proposed increase for competitive agricultural research at USDA, as all soybean farmers recognize the challenges that growing world food needs present. Ag research is the key to meeting these needs, and the nation simply cannot sustain any further cuts to its agricultural research infrastructure if it is to address the needs of a global population that will grow to more than 9 billion people by 2050. We hope Congress will fund AFRI at the $325 million level proposed by the president.”last_img read more

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Nigerian Officials Tour Missouri Farm and Observe Harvest Storage Techniques

first_imgASA Director and WISHH committee member E.L. Reed (back left) and Missouri soybean and corn farmer Howard Pehle (front right) discuss U.S. farming techniques with a group of Nigerian government officials involved in food and feed regulatory policy. The American Soybean Association/World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (ASA/WISHH) last week welcomed a delegation of Nigerian government officials involved in food and feed safety and policy development, in cooperation with the U.S. Poultry and Egg Export Council’s United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) funded Farm to Fork Initiative.Members of the group received an overview of agricultural associations, commodity markets and international marketing from Jim Hershey and Chris Slemp, of ASA’s WISHH program, and Nathan Fields, director of biotechnology and economics with the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA).ASA Director and WISHH committee member E.L. Reed and Missouri soybean farmer Howard Pehle lead a tour of Pehle’s farm for a group of Nigerian government representatives. The group learned about the U.S. feedstuff value chain.The group traveled through Missouri to observe the crop production to feed manufacturing value chain. This included a tour of the Missouri soybean checkoff funded Bay Farm Research facility in Columbia, Mo. and a visit to a feed mill in Mexico, Mo. The group was able to observe harvest and storage techniques at Missouri corn and soybean farmer Howard Pehle’s farm. Pehle explained some of the best practices he uses to manage his farm and answered questions.E.L. Reed, who is an ASA Director, Missouri Soybean Board member and on the WISHH Committee, along with Missouri Soybean Association’s Director of New Business Tony Stafford helped to organize the visit.last_img read more

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WISHH Highlights International Womens Day Nutrition Month with Strategic Partnership Video

first_imgTo be in the food industry and to be in the nutrition industry is a great business opportunity,” Soteria says. “I have great pride in the fact that I’m a nutritionist and I’m a food scientist, and this work falls directly in line with my passion.”Just in time for National Nutrition Month and International Women’s Day, WISHH released a new video this week to share how its strategic partners, like the winning father-daughter team at Yedent Agro Group in Ghana, are introducing new customers in emerging markets to U.S. soy.Yedent Agro Group is the first to win the National Best Agro-Processor award from Ghana’s Ministry of Food and Agriculture. The company is a supply chain partner that markets soy-based foods to meet Ghana’s protein needs and also manufactures soy-based livestock feeds.To expand its ability to process U.S. soy flour, Yedent installed extrusion equipment from Iowa-based Insta-Pro International.WISHH has used USDA Foreign Agricultural Service funds to support its work with Yedent, including USDA Cochran Program funding allowing Soteria Aba Yedua Ntim-Adu to join WISHH for 2018 U.S.-based training.Both Soteria and her father, Samuel, attended WISHH’s Indiana Soybean Alliance-supported Protein Workshop in 2018. “To be in the food industry and to be in the nutrition industry is a great business opportunity,” Soteria said. “I have great pride in the fact that I’m a nutritionist and I’m a food scientist, and this work falls directly in line with my passion.”Watch the video here.last_img read more

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Longfeared flood rolls toward La bayou country

first_imgAMELIA, La. (AP) — The oil-and-seafood hub of Morgan City has been hit by one disaster after another, from hurricanes to the BP oil spill. The latest trouble involves a deluge of water that was diverted from the Mississippi River and is headed toward the town of about 12,000 people.The Army Corps of Engineers, desperate to save Baton Rouge and New Orleans from flooding, opened a spigot on a spillway over the weekend, intentionally flooding this part of Cajun country, an area much less populated. But the cascade of water from the Morganza floodway is hampering the local oil industry and fishermen on the bayou.Meanwhile, what is believed to be the first death related to the flooding since the river’s rising waters began affecting Mississippi and Louisiana was reported Thursday in Vicksburg, Miss. Walter Cook, 69, who drowned, died early Thursday at a hospital after being pulled from floodwaters Wednesday.Also, the threat of flooding prompted at least one school district in Louisiana to end the school year early. Students in Assumption Parish schools will not have to attend classes next week because the school board voted Wednesday to end the school year on Friday.Back in Morgan City on Wednesday, Harry Ribardi, a shrimper, was still waiting on the check BP promised to make up for his losses last year. Now he’s facing another man-made disaster.last_img read more

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Hazel Dell Metro clinches regional semifinal spot

first_imgGenerally, it’s not a good thing when sports teams become predictable. The one exception? When people just start predicting you are going to win. This has become the case for Hazel Dell Metro, which improved to 3-0 in pool play Thursday by beating South Coast of Oregon 8-5 in the Babe Ruth Pacific Northwest 15-year-old Regional at Propstra Stadium. The victory secured HDM the top seed heading into Saturday’s semifinal, with the tournament winner advancing to the Babe Ruth World Series in Jamestown, N.Y.Despite the normalcy of outscoring its opponent, there were some differences for Metro on Thursday than from what it has seen throughout the tournament. The first was that the mercy rule did not go into effect, and the second was … HDM actually trailed.South Coast, which entered the game 2-0 in the regional, took a 2-0 lead when Clayton Duryee knocked in John Dodson with an inside-the-park home run in the first inning. But Metro — perhaps predictably — didn’t rattle. “I was just thinking that we need to hit the ball and get them back,” HDM catcher Brady Benson said.And his team did just that — right away. Kaiden Grotte hit a single with one out in the second inning, Brooks Hanson walked, and a wild pitch advanced the runners to second and third. Then, Andrew Haley reached on an error, Benson slapped an RBI single, Sam Walker drove in a run on a fielder’s choice, and Benson scored on a wild pitch. Just like that it was 4-2.last_img read more

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Lodge site of possible measles exposure

first_imgStevenson — Health officials are warning people who visited Skamania Lodge last week that they may have been exposed to the measles.Skamania County health officials learned Tuesday that someone who had visited the lodge recently was later diagnosed with the highly contagious disease.The person, who was traveling internationally, attended the Open Source Technology Summit at the lodge March 6-9. The person began exhibiting symptoms of measles after returning home and was diagnosed March 11.Measles is transmitted through small particles in the air, so anyone who was at the lodge or attended the summit may have been exposed, health officials said.Those who have been vaccinated against measles, have had measles in the past or were born before Jan. 1, 1957, are protected from measles.People who were exposed can receive protective antibody treatment that can decrease the risk of serious illness if given by March 15.last_img read more

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Share Backpack Program provides food for growing minds

first_imgThe Backpack Program didn’t take long to outgrow its initial clientele of 75 children. It didn’t take long to outgrow its namesake, either.But after nine years, thousands of kids and a couple of transitions in take-home technology, it’s still the Share Backpack Program.Share, a Vancouver-based nonprofit organization, sends more than 1,500 food bags home with local children each Friday during the school year.Volunteers at the Share Fromhold Service Center pack 11,000 pounds of food into those 1,500 take-home bags each week, then distribute them to about 70 schools in six districts.A unique challenge at one school recently showed the commitment of Share volunteers and school staffers, said Diane McWithey, executive director of Share.In February, a fire destroyed Crestline Elementary School in the Evergreen district.“Crestline burned on a Sunday,” McWithey said. Evergreen Superintendent John Deeder had those displaced children back in class, at five different elementary schools, on the following Thursday.“And we had the backpacks follow the children to the appropriate schools on Friday,” McWithey said.To have the bags delivered to the right children at five different schools with no lapse in service, well, “that says so much for those counselors and teachers,” McWithey said.Crestline counselor Kirsten Bledsoe choreographed that seamless transition, Evergreen spokeswoman Carol Fenstermacher said.Clark County Public Health is not involved in the program, but the department conducted a survey in 2012 to evaluate it.“There was a sense that it was a good program, overall, but there was no research or data,” said Tricia Mortell, public health program manager.last_img read more

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Lilacs bring scents of spring to Woodland

first_imgWhat: Lilac Days at Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens. Lilacs on nearly 4 acres of wheelchair-accessible paths, 1880s Victorian farmhouse with antiques and historic tea sets, water tower, windmill, benches and a gift shop.When: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, through Mother’s Day. On Mother’s Day, author Jane Kirkpatrick will be signing her book, “Where Lilacs Still Bloom,” based on the life of Hulda Klager.Where: 115 S. Pekin Road, Woodland. Follow signs from downtown Woodland.Cost: $2 admission; children younger than 12 are free. Lilacs sell for $6 to $30.Information: 360-225-8996 or Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens.WOODLAND — Need an idea for Mother’s Day?Lilac Days awaits you with its 4 acres of flowers and lilac plants.Oh, and there is something else.“It smells good,” said Elizabeth Tindall, 32, of Vancouver, who was lazing through the lilacs Sunday with her husband, Ryan, 32.The couple visited the famed Palace of Versailles in France two years ago, where they toured its lilac garden.“I want to go where it smells like it did in Versailles,” Elizabeth told Ryan.Albina Paliy, 23, of Battle Ground felt the same way.Her opinion of the garden: “Love it. It’s peaceful and it smells good.” She was with her friend, Tanya Shalagon, 24, of Vancouver.Open through Mom’s DayMother’s Day ends the festival put on by the dedicated volunteers of the Hulda Klager Lilac Garden Society. But the festival is open every day until then.“We had over 1,000 people here on Saturday,” Ruth Wendt of Woodland said on Sunday. She’s been a volunteer for some 20 years and is chairwoman of the lilac sales.With a mild winter and warm temperatures, Wendt said, “The lilacs are blooming early. The late ones are coming on like gangbusters.”Those late bloomers that some people never see include “Miss Canada,” a red-pink variety, “Prophecy,” a pale pink and “Donald Wyman,” which is lavender.last_img read more

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Vancouver man injured in boating crash

first_imgA Vancouver man was hospitalized after his personal watercraft collided with another Thursday afternoon on the Columbia River near Marine Park.He was riding the watercraft when it collided with another vessel just beyond the no-wake zone near the park’s boat launch, according to Deputy Kevin Gadaire, who’s part of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit. The crash was reported at 4:22 p.m.The 28-year-old man had deep cuts to his legs and was taken to a hospital.Less than an hour before the collision, he had been cited for not carrying a boater education card.last_img read more

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Caesars takes part in 2019 Tomakomai Arts Festival

first_img Suncity Group, Bloomberry Resorts unveil Wakayama IR visions RelatedPosts Aside from the traditional kaleidoscopes, visitors were also able to experience taking pictures of themselves through large kaleidoscopes and other rare types of kaleidoscopes.In a statement, Caesars said it “highly values being a part of the local community where we do business, and Japan is no exception. As a business with a commitment to contributing to the wellbeing of communities, we are honored that the Tomakomai Arts Festival graciously hosted us at the event.” Load More Caesars Entertainment Japan has taken part in the annual Tomakomai Arts Festival – an event for members of the Tomakomai community offering the opportunity to learn about and interact with art via workshops, music and dance, among other experiences.Caesars held a booth at the festival last week where members of community could experience different types of kaleidoscopes. Present at the booth was Mr Ikuya Mitsui, Director of Kaleidoscope Lab Sapporo, who has held exhibitions on kaleidoscopes across Japan and in the local Hokkaido area. This year also marks 200 years since kaleidoscopes were first introduced to Japan in the Edo period. Osaka approves Yumeshima site for commercial development in latest IR move Suncity Group looking to develop new resort hotel in Okinawa, Japan after US$10 million land purchaselast_img read more

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Showtime

first_imgMichael Fassbender: “What we’ve got here in “X-Men: Apocalypse” is the arrival of the original mutant in some respects, the sort of father to all mutants.”James McAvoy (as Professor Charles Xavier): “Oh, God. He can control all of us.”Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. A Mad Hatter, an angry mutant, and man who may be turned into a lobster. Surprisingly, the angry mutant and the lobster guy are two different people. There’s a lot to choose from at the box office. Here’s a look in this week’s “Showtime.”The Hatter is in the house, as Johnny Depp leads us down the rabbit hole in “Alice Through the Looking Glass.”Everyone’s back, including the White Queen, who may not be as kind as she would have us believe.Anne Hathaway: “Her taking the kindness vow was sort of a political move for her, and maybe didn’t necessarily come from her.”Olivia Colman (as Hotel Manager): “As you understand from your brother’s experience, if you fail to fall in love with someone during your stay here, you’ll turn into an animal.”And that is the plot of “The Lobster.” A man has to find his mate in 45 days or be turned into the animal of his choice.Colin Farrell leads an all-star cast, and is secure in his fallback plan. Olivia Colman (as Hotel Manager): “Have you thought of what animal you want to be if you end up alone?”Colin Farrell: “Yes, a lobster.”Kate Beckinsale (as Lady Susan Vernon): “Excuse me for arriving this way. What a delightful family pose.”A woman with a knack for survival and an instinct for manipulating men casts her spell in “Love & Friendship.”Based on Jane Austen’s book, she needs to marry off her daughter and meet up with her married lover.Kate Beckinsale: “She is of her time. She’s very much observant of all the social codes and conditions. It’s just that she’s found very clever ways to kind of subvert them and kind of squeak past them.”The mutants have fought everything and everyone, including themselves. In “X-Men: Apocalypse,” their progenitor is back, and he ain’t looking for a family reunion. last_img read more

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