Monthly Archives: March 2022

For formerly homeless youth, the UNLV program supports career growth

Tierra Winston learned career preparation and dabbled in resume writing in high school, but it wasn’t until she took the UNLV Pathways program that she improved her job interview skills. hiring. “The program reminded me of things we don’t know like the importance of communication, having a goal or a plan, knowing what you want […]

Trojan Horse… Troy’s Helman Ks 13 Will Sweep Greenville — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

Will Smith-Chris Rock Oscars Not Even Appropriate

A Will Smith-Chris Rock meme posted on the national Facebook page was deemed ‘inappropriate’ by the party leader and removed within 20 minutes, but was left on another MPs page. Chris Rock and Will Smith on stage at the Oscars (Source: Getty) The National Party released an image of the couple’s now infamous Oscars clash, […]

Frosty start and rigid opposition to change in spring sports not surprising – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

1967 Pontiac Provided for Baby Laurentian’s Last Ride

Laurentian Kevin Corrin Webster. Photo / Sally Anne Photography Named after a car, 102-day-old Laurentian was accompanied on his last ride by a 1967 Pontiac. Provided by an unknown person, this is just one example of what Hoon Hay Food Bank founders and operators Corrin Webster and Nicole Sutherland said was an astonishing response to […]

2022 Global Press Photo Contest Regional Winners

The regional winners of the 2022 Global Press Photo Contest have just been announced. Although the competition has been around for 65 years, this is the first time they have used a regional format. We are very excited about this, as the winners feature incredible photography from around the world. About the World Press Photo […]

GIF creator Stephen Wilhite dies at 74

The cause was covid-19, said his wife, Kathaleen Wilhite. Mr. Wilhite was working at CompuServe, the nation’s first major online service provider, when he created the Graphics Interchange Format in 1987, a few years before the advent of the World Wide Web. The company’s CTO, Alexander “Sandy” Trevor, hired him to create an image file […]

She starved to death and nearly died while being watched by the caretaker, her family say

Ms Apple with her ex-husband, Gary Apple, last October. Mr Apple wrote to Mrs Apple’s guardian that she looked “awfully thin”. To date, the family said neither Vera nor Project Guardianship has offered an explanation of how Ms Apple ended up in her condition. Vera remains legally responsible for Ms. Apple’s personal care and finances. […]

303 Spring Magazine Pieces You Need In Your Closet This Year

Despite the weekly snowstorms that Coloradans have started marking on their calendars this year, spring is calling and here in Magazine 303, we embrace it. To ring in the spring, our style team has put together six looks that we think are this season’s ultimate must-haves. Photographed by 303 Photo Editor Adrian Thomas, the 303 […]

Dive into spring with a gardening workshop at the Kirkland Library

CLINTON – Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., is offering a Gardening 101 workshop from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 2. Beginner gardeners will learn how to start planting flowers and vegetables, as well as learn the basics of seed saving. Places are limited and pre-registration is required. To register, call 315-853-2038 […]

F1 plans talks with Netflix and drivers over fake DTS drama

The documentary series which follows Grand Prix racing has proven to be a huge success in attracting new audiences to F1 since its launch in 2019. However, some dramatization of storylines and the way he exaggerated rivalries led to some pushback from fans and pilots alike. World champion Max Verstappen in particular declined to take […]

Boston Red Sox rotation picture becomes clearer with Michael Wacha as No. 4 starter; Rich Hill and Garrett Whitlock in the mix for fifth place

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Gradually, the picture of the Red Sox rotation is taking shape as Opening Day approaches. Heading into the week, we already knew that Nathan Eovaldi will be Boston’s opening day starter, Nick Pivetta will pitch the second game of the year and Tanner Houck will “most likely” be part of the […]

The Maple Street Bridge is expected to reopen to traffic soon

March 22, 2022Updated: March 22, 2022 3:50 p.m. 1of3 Construction continues Tuesday on the Maple Street Bridge in Manistee. Manistee Town Manager Bill Gambill said they poured the concrete last week and are testing this week. He said it takes seven days for the concrete to partially harden and should then be open to traffic […]

Sumy Sadurni, photojournalist whose focus was East Africa, dies at 32

Sumy Sadurni, a prolific photojournalist who documented human rights struggles, political resistance and gender issues in East Africa through a piercing and intimate lens, died March 7 in Kampala, Uganda. She was 32 years old. Her brother, Jorge Sadurni Carrasco, said she died in a car accident. Ms. Sadurni, a freelancer, traveled the world, but […]

CineStill launches new 400-speed color film in 35mm and 120 format

CineStill has announced a new 400-speed color film for 35mm and 120 medium format called 400Dynamic. This ISO 400 daylight-balanced color film is now starting in limited quantities with plans for larger-scale production down the line. According to CineStill, 400Dynamic (400D) is a fine grain film that offers a soft color palette with natural saturated […]

How to Create a Cartoon Avatar: Online Apps and Programs

Nowadays, everyone wants to see themselves in different artistic styles. Some want to caricature an image, add a filter and turn it into caricatures just for fun. Indeed, you don’t need any reason to join in the fun of editing. Photo Cartoonizer apps and software are widely available for both Apple and Android devices. Cartoonized […]

Photographers capture Yosemite’s firefall from an airplane

Yosemite National Park’s Firefall—an annual event in which rays of the setting sun make Horsetail Fall glow like fire—is spectacular to view from inside the park. But this year, three photographers took things to the next level. As the sun set on February 23, they flew over Yosemite in a six-seat Cessna 210, pointing their […]

Longtime NFL reporter John Clayton dies after brief illness

John Clayton, who carved a legendary name for himself in Seattle sports media during a 36-year career in the region, died Friday. Clayton was 67 years old. In a statement late Friday, the Seahawks said Clayton died after a brief illness. Clayton’s latest story on appeared just over a week ago, on March 10. […]

Carnegie Medal Shortlist Highlights Real Stories of Friendship in Difficult Times | Books

The children’s book The Crossing by Manjeet Mann and Cane Warriors by former Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize winner Alex Wheatle are among those up for this year’s Yoto Carnegie Medal for Best Children’s Novel. Mann and Wheatle’s novels are joined on the eight-book shortlist by Tsunami Girl, a story told in both prose and manga […]

Meditech executive says collaboration with Google Health will bring search simplicity to EHR

Google’s search capability is ubiquitous. Now, Google Health, the health information products and services arm of Alphabet, aims to bring its search and summary capabilities to the world of EHRs. On Tuesday at the HIMSS Global Health Conference and Expo in Orlando, Google Health and EHR provider Meditech announced a collaboration that they say can […]

Veteran Fox News cameraman and Ukrainian reporter killed while reporting

Zakrzewski’s death was announced Tuesday by Fox News Media managing director Suzanne Scott, who said he was killed when a vehicle he was traveling in with correspondent Benjamin Hall came under fire. The death of Ukrainian journalist Oleksandra Kuvshynova was announced by Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to the Ukrainian Minister of the Interior. Gerashchenko, who blamed […]

Shipping industry and ports likely to suffer billions of dollars in damage and disruption from climate change

March 14, 2022 — A new report finds that the global shipping and port industry is likely to suffer billions of dollars in infrastructure damage and business disruption from the impacts of climate change. Written by RTI International, a non-profit research institute, for Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), “Act Now or Pay Later: The Costs of […]

Fading Blazers looking to end losing streak against Wizards

March 9, 2022; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; Portland Trail Blazers forward Trendon Watford (2) looks to pass the ball under pressure from Utah Jazz center Udoka Azubuike (20) in the fourth quarter at Vivint Arena. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing – USA TODAY SportsThe Portland Trail Blazers are rethinking how they measure success as […]

‘Mrs. Warren’s Profession’ comes to life in a stunning Stage Guild production

The revelations are falling like bombs in Profession of Mrs. Warren, George Bernard Shaw’s witty but deadly attack on conventional morality, now at the Washington Stage Guild for an all-too-brief run. The play, banned in London and New York when it opened more than a century ago, is as shocking today as it was then. […]

The 7 Best Photo Editing Software for Creative Entrepreneurs | Architectural Summary

Even the most beautiful interiors require the occasional touch-up behind the camera. Therefore, having a pulse on the best photo editing software on the market is essential for adjusting the light here or retouching a spot there. After all, creating impactful imagery is key to accurately conveying the essence of your professional aesthetic. Become an […]

Breaking News: New Martin Art Gallery Exhibition: “Funny Ball”

New Martin Art Gallery exhibition: “Funny Ball” Sculptor and installation artist Claire Lieberman explores the relationship between play and conflict in contemporary culture. Thursday, March 10, 2022 8:56 AM Fun Ball by Claire Lieberman. Photo by Ken Kashian, 2022. A new exhibition by a multidisciplinary artist […]

Morning headlines: West Fargo to use COVID relief funds to decommission lagoons – InForum

Here is your InForum Minute for Thursday, March 10. The lagoons northwest of West Fargo will be decommissioned in the next few years and 600 acres will be redeveloped. David Samson / The Pioneer WEST FARGO — In hopes of keeping water and sewer rates from rising again, the West Fargo City Commission plans to […]

What to do in Atlanta this weekend: March 11-13, 2022

Join the crowds for the city’s oldest event, dating back to 1858. To exploreAfter a 2-year hiatus, Atlanta’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is back Georgia Aquarium 5K 8 a.m. Saturday, March 12. $30 to $40. Georgia Aquarium, 225 Baker St. NW, Atlanta. Walk or run in the fifth annual Georgia Aquarium 5K to benefit the […]

Governor Wolf Announces $800,000 Grant for Post-Service Veteran Employment Supports

Press Release, Veterans Governor Tom Wolf today announced $800,000 in public funding for four Veterans Employment Program (VEP) workforce development projects, helping put veterans in contact with employment opportunities and employment supports in Pennsylvania counties with high veteran unemployment rates. “Each of Pennsylvania’s veterans has made significant sacrifices in service to our nation,” Governor Wolf […]

Cricket Tasmania hits back at Renee Ferguson’s workplace sexual harassment allegations

Cricket Tasmania will fight claims it ignored sexual harassment complaints from the woman at the center of the Tim Paine sexting scandal, alleging she often initiated sexual correspondence with an employee and had a problem drugs, according to documents filed in federal court. Key points: Court hears Cricket Tasmania searched Renee Ferguson’s email history, finding […]

These are the 30 best photos of February chosen by our photographers – Press Enterprise

February saw a slowdown in the number of people affected by the coronavirus and the lifting of mask restrictions and vaccination mandates. We also welcomed the roar of motorsports to the inland region. Here are the 30 best photos of the month chosen by La Presse-Entreprise, The sun, Inner Valley Daily Bulletin and Redlands Daily […]

– Obituary: Wayne Ronald Cormier

Wayne Ronald Cormier BELGRADE – Wayne Ronald Cormier, 67, died on February 27, 2022 from persistent health problems. Wayne was born July 20, 1954 in Waterville, Maine, the eldest child of Donald Aldric Cormier and Sylvie Arlene Champeon. The doctor’s handwritten bill for her delivery was $15.00. After graduating from Waterville Senior High School in […]

No insecurity, no outside pressure; focus on role clarity and bench strength: Rohit lays out his vision

“I really can’t tell you anything about his place abroad and why he can’t find it or why he’s in the XI. I honestly have no idea as I wasn’t in the selection at the time so I can’t really tell you what happened there and why was he kicked out or why was it […]

DVIDS – News – Sky Clarke Illustrates Women’s History Month Theme – ‘Providing Healing, Promoting Hope’

Sky Clarke practices what she preaches. As the Overall Soldier Fitness Coordinator for 21st Theater Support Command, she encourages and empowers soldiers, civilians, and their families to live their best lives, and sets an impressive example for them to follow.Clarke embodies the theme of this year’s National Women’s History Month, “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.”Clarke doesn’t […]

Dear Virgin Mary: We need another visit | From the editor

Hi neighbor, Really? Did an unnamed ex-president of the United States really say that Vladimir Putin was “very shrewd” and his plan “brilliant” in the way the madman of Moscow orchestrated his barbaric and unprovoked attack on Ukraine? The attack in which he no doubt thought Russian troops would land and crush Ukraine in a […]

TikTok Ukraine war videos raise questions about spreading fake news

TikTok and other social media platforms are also under pressure from US lawmakers and Ukrainian officials to curb Russian disinformation about the war, especially from state-backed outlets such as Russia Today and Sputnik. In response, YouTube said it would block Russia Today and Sputnik in the European Union, while Twitter and Meta, Facebook’s parent company, […]

Young ‘My Three Sons’ star Tim Considine dies at 81

The show had its premiere on ABC in 1960 and aired, transitioning to CBS, until 1972. But Mr. Considine bowed out in 1965; his character married his girlfriend, played by Meredith MacRae, and moved away. (To fill their shoes, more or less, the family adopted a neighborhood boy, Ernie, played by Barry Livingston, Stanley’s younger […]

The Center for Media Innovation’s $20,000 scholarship returns

Press release | Media Innovation Center Point Park University’s Center for Media Innovation is delighted to announce the return of its $20,000 Doris O’Donnell Innovations in Investigative Journalism Fellowship. This is the third year of the fellowship, which has been designed to highlight and tackle the growing problem of underserved media markets, known as information […]

“Women are the glue that binds these groups together”: readers share their outdoor experiences

The Seattle Times recently asked women in the Pacific Northwest to share their experiences with the outdoors for a special print edition of The Mix. We received hundreds of responses that touched on themes of camaraderie within female-led spaces, building organizations to bridge the gap between women in the outdoors, healing, challenges and more. . […]

Guide to the national pavilions of the Venice Biennale 2022 –

Finally, the 2022 Venice Biennale is finally almost here. Delayed a year by the pandemic, this iteration of Italy’s famous art exhibition, the 59th Biennale, is currently running from April 23 to November 27. Often the biggest attraction is the main exhibition, which this year is overseen by Cecilia Alemani. With a focus on surrealism […]

Anna Netrebko, diva with ties to Putin, is out at the Metropolitan Opera

Anna Netrebko, the superstar Russian soprano, will not appear at the Metropolitan Opera again this or next season after failing to comply with the company’s request to distance herself from Russian President Vladimir V. Putin as he wages war on Ukraine. The end of Ms Netrebko’s engagements, which the Met announced on Thursday, came after […]

It’s raining, it’s raining… Dollars lose to UC in walk-in homer – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

Monica Rich Kosann on Bringing the Past Forward – JCK

Ask Monica Rich Kosann to share a secret she normally doesn’t tell anyone, and she might admit she was a model child. She had this look: all eyes, super serious. “When I was on camera, I hated every minute. I was super shy,” Kosann says. “I was super happy to get behind the camera.” This […]

Like Father, Like Son… Like Grandson, with Tim Pettorini — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]