Monthly Archives: May 2022

Turn of the seasons: the heat – Surfline

Photography by Joli, Aaron Pierce, Andrew Shield, Nathan Tyack and Josh Whiting “It’s a bit late, actually. said Nathan Tyack. Nathan, who shot a lot of footage for this wonderful story, talks about westerly winds. Not so much westerly winds like the ones blowing through the lower third of southeastern Australia at the moment. No […]

MLB Memorial Day taping: Playoff photo, MVP runs, biggest surprises, more as summer unofficially begins

It’s Memorial Day and that means you, the baseball fan, are now free to check the standings in a long-standing tradition. The 2022 season is nearly two months long (we got a late start due to the owners lockout, remember) and contenders are starting to part ways with contenders, and those hot and cold starts […]

Why Wealth Managers Struggle Finding Senior Executives

The Gottstein saga is symptomatic of an industry facing an almost constant succession dilemma. Conventional wisdom might dictate that hiring a senior executive for UBS or Credit Suisse is easy. Pay, bonus, perks – even prestige. Who wouldn’t do it for that kind of money? But there are hardly any candidates who have specific sector […]

Canva Philippines Hosts Free Mega Community Webinar

The Canva Mega Webinar aims to empower freelancers, entrepreneurs and educators. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO CANVA Philippines hosted its first-ever mega community webinar, “Usapang Canva,” on May 26, which aimed to educate freelancers, entrepreneurs, and educators on how they can use Canva to achieve their goals. The webinar was free to the public and streamed live on […]

SWCA 2022: 8 things we learned from the Star Wars: Attack of the Clones 20th anniversary panel

Although for some of us it seems like yesterday, it has been 20 years since Star Wars: Attack of the Clones first arrived on cinema screens. To star wars Celebration Anaheim 2022, fans gathered on the event’s biggest stage to hear memories and thoughts on the first all-digital blockbuster and a critical chapter in the […]

AMATEUR BASEBALL: A good start carries Milroy Yankees ahead of Marshall, 6-3 | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Chris Drummond Marshall’s Ryan Van Moer sets up a pitch at first during their game against the Milroy Yankees on Friday. Marshall fell to the Milroy Yankees 6-3. MARSHALL — With perfect weather, kids chasing foul balls and cold drinks appreciated, Marshall’s amateur baseball team hosted the Milroy Yankees […]

Statewide Baseball Tournament Recap, #CCU Has Early Exit From Sun Belt Tournament – SportsTalkSC

CCU should still be in the NCAA Tournament despite Friday’s loss to Troy (File Photo/CCU Athletics) The Sun Belt Conference tournament changed its format earlier in the week due to weather in Montgomery, Alabama. In doing so, it may have endangered a few bubble teams across the country. Friday morning, Coastal Carolina fell to sixth-seeded […]

HASK’s high-performance hair care is celebrity-loved and so affordable

I have afro hair, so I’m on a constant mission to find the best and most hydrating curl products to wash and detangle the ‘fro. I’ve heard a lot of good things about this Curl Care collection. The entire HASK line is free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, silicones and gluten, which is music to my […]

15 FREE outdoor festivals + events to look forward to this summer

Railroad Park is hosting several fun, free events this summer. (Bham now) Ready to have fun in the sun without breaking the bank? Check out these fun outdoor festivals and events with free entry. Read on for more details and mark your calendars. What: Enjoy the jubilant conclusion to A Century in Symphony with this […]

TTLG: Happy Accidents | The Dartmouth

Naina Bhalla ’22 documents the joyful and unpredictable moments of college in four years of photographs. by Naina Bhalla | 25/05/22 02:35 Source: Taken by Harish Tekriwal During my second fall, I listened to Saint Motel’s song “Happy Accidents” on repeat. That seemed to sum up college as I experienced it: unpredictable, wonderful, and full […]

Are surfers creative or are creative people just drawn to surfing?

Which inspires the other? Photo: John Hook Imagine any surfer you want. Now imagine an artist. Did the same name come to mind? There is a good chance that it is. With captions George Greenough and Rick Griffinnowadays Dave Rastovich, Ozzy wrong and Thomas Campbell, it’s as if surfing is different from physical activities with […]

PaydayNow: Best Photography Business Loans

Buying photography equipment, locating the best workspace, and finding a means to display your images might all cost cash upfront that you may not have. However, if you take the profession and your passion seriously, your success and demand for development may inspire you to seek financing via photography business loans. Explained: The Best Photography […]

Do Palo Alto city officials ever, ever have enough money? | An alternative view | Diana Diamond

Palo Alto has a budget of nearly $1 billion (that’s a “B”) slated for the upcoming 2022-23 fiscal year. That in itself is incredible for a city of over 62,000 people. And I’m very concerned about the increase in dollars the city says it needs to operate. As City Manager Ed Shikada recently wrote to […]

University of Michigan develops technology that doubles the speed of 3D printing

ANN ARBOR – New software invented at the University of Michigan that speeds up 3D printing has hit the market. Developed by spin-off company Ulendo, the product was recently launched at RAPID+TCT, North America’s largest additive manufacturing conference. 3D printing has long been limited by its slow process, and Chinedum Okwudire, associate professor of mechanical […]

Xiaomi and Leica confirm their collaboration on a flagship smartphone released in July 2022

Following rumors at the start of the year, Xiaomi finally confirms its collaboration with Leica Camera and becomes its fourth partner, joining Sharp, Huawei and Panasonic. According to Yahoo, the collaboration between Xiaomi and Leica is not the first time that a phone maker has integrated photographic equipment from a leading camera maker. Looking back, […]

Stranger Things season 4 format is bad for TV

Picture: netflix I love stranger things as much as the next nerd, but this new release schedule seems, well… a little weird. Here are the details; the penultimate fourth season of stranger things will consist of nine episodes divided into two “volumes” with a month’s wait in between. According to Netflix’s press release, the first […]

Ebbsfleet United manager Dennis Kutrieb on the decision to appoint referee Jason Richardson for the National League South play-off final at Dorking Wanderers

Ebbsfleet have requested a change of match official ahead of Saturday’s National League South play-off final. Referee Jason Richardson was the shock appointment for the game as he took charge of the corresponding league game between the two teams which saw Fleet reduced to 10 men in the first 16 minutes of a defeat 5-1. […]

Q&A with IMS Photo Chief Chris Owens – Indianapolis Monthly

Chris OwensPhoto by Dirk Fletcher Walk us through a typical day as a photographer at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It’s more than taking pictures. I’m not always the first person to arrive, but most nights I’m the last person to leave. Before the first riding session begins on the track, I lead a team of photographers […]

East Coweta takes on Griffin in Spring Game

Rob Grubbs/The Newnan Times-Herald The East Coweta Indians football team, led by head coach John Small, traveled to Griffin to face the Bears Thursday in their spring game. The game was built around a modified format where each team was on offense for six consecutive minutes in different game situations. Scoring was not as important […]

Chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette arrived in Newbury Street

News The casual Italian-style restaurant and wine bar brings award-winning chefs to the heart of Back Bay. Passionate foodies and catering newbies love The Feed. Subscribe now to our bi-weekly newsletter. Chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer. / Photo courtesy of JK Food Group For more than two years, Bostonian globetrotters Ken Oringer and Jamie […]

Patience rewarded: Kansas City chiefs’ salary cap is firmly in place

Heading into the Kansas City Chiefs’ offseason, general manager Brett Veach had a problem: The future of the team’s salary cap image looked rocky. There were many issues that Veach faced when it came to the long-term health of the Chiefs’ salary cap. Frank Clark’s contract was a financial anchor for the roster, Patrick Mahomes’ […]

9 Useful Services for Instagram Bloggers

With around 1.130 million users worldwide, Instagram is a popular social media platform. People use it to communicate, see something new, show themselves and express their thoughts. Also, many people use this program for business purposes. Yes, today you can use Instagram to make money, and blogging is one of the most popular ways to […]

Albany Photographer Offers Free Pop-Up Photo Shoots

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – JP Elario has been photographing weddings for nearly 30 years. He took over Elario Photography from his father, who started the business in 1984. In 2014, he started offering free pop-up portraits to random people on the street. Elario said he wanted to give people a chance to get in front […]

Doctors and therapists turn to comics

Jhe classifies starts with the following assignment: draw a four-panel comic strip about your day. In five minutes, the students – including writers, artists, stay-at-home moms, a graduate student and a movie director – produce light-hearted but touching skits about play dates, tedious chores and a questioning chicken. By the end of the session, however, […]

Petitions seek to let voters make final decision on wind power

An effort to collect the 1,182 signatures needed for voters to decide the future of wind power in the county has angered opponents of wind farms. On May 5, Crawford County Commissioners passed a resolution blocking wind farm development in all unincorporated areas of the county, banning construction of Honey Creek Wind, Apex’s planned 300-megawatt […]

Filipino photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani is now also an NYU graduate

Culture Jill Robredo isn’t the only amazing Filipina to graduate from NYU this week ANCX staff | May 18, 2022 While people are talking about Vice President Jillian Robredo’s daughter graduating from New York University this week, there’s actually another Filipina doing the same who is just as deserving of a spotlight: […]

The Quest to Find America’s Top Designers Continues: Exhibit Season 2 Begins May 29

Lele Pons will host the exhibition season 2; Series to showcase Galaxy S22 Ultra camera technology He is back! Exposure, the first mobile contest series of its kind, returns for a second season with episodes one and two dropping May 29 and 30, followed by new episodes airing every Monday and Sunday in June. Viewers […]

PHOTO GALLERY: Allsup’s Network Expands with New Format Locations

Real estate program In October, Yesway announced that it had raised an additional $235 million in equity funding, of which $135 million was to be invested in targeted real estate projects. The capital is also earmarked for follow-on acquisitions to further expand the Yesway/Allsup brand presence, the company announced last fall. Beverly, Mass.-based Brookwood Financial […]

Musical review for the benefit of the Jones Auditorium

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular festival has something for all […]

How a Magazine Called “Amerika” Helped Win the Cold War

But the indirect “soft power” pitch of America is about a different time when citizens rarely met in person, let alone had direct access to their social media posts. Although the United States was only allowed to print 50,000 Russian copies per month for most of its run, the magazine helped shape Soviet views of […]

Debenhams stores have stood empty in the middle of Welsh towns for an entire year with no idea how to fill them

Uncertainty continues to surround huge empty retail units in Wales’ three biggest cities – a year after Debenhams last closed its stores. The retail giant closed in Newport’s Friars Walk shopping center on May 4 last year and did the same 11 days later on May 15 in Cardiff’s St David’s shopping center and the […]

5 things to know today: Severe storms, Budget reserves, Travel expenses, DAPL documents, Looking back – InForum

1. Possible tornado devastates city as wind damages communities in eastern South Dakota The National Weather Service sent crews to investigate the damage caused by the high winds here and to determine if a tornado was responsible for the damage to the school, the destruction of several houses, the downing of power lines and extensive […]

The Small Form Factor Mixing Console Market Is Booming Worldwide | Yamaha, BEHRINGER, Samsung Electronics – SMU Daily Mustang

JCMR has recently introduced Small Form Factor Mixing Consoles study with a targeted approach on market size and volumes by application, particular industry process, product type, players, and production and consumption analysis in considering key factors, cost structure and regulatory factors. At present, the small format mixing console market is growing its presence and some […]

Luton Town: From non-league to the edge of a Premier League fairy tale | Town of Luton

IIt’s been eight years since Luton Town returned to the Football League, a victorious campaign under John Still in which they racked up 101 points and scored a culminating 102 goals at Hyde, and insight into the direction of the two teams’ journey helps paint the picture of a quite extraordinary ascent. Hyde has just […]

Black Voice News will host one of the next five CatchLight Fellows

Last updated on May 12, 2022 by BVN SE Williams | Black Voice News is proud to have been selected as the host newsroom for one of the next five CatchLight Fellows as the organization continues to support new models of visual journalism in local news. CaptureLighta visually-focused media organization, selected five visual journalists as […]

Google launches Cloud Run jobs for containerized and scripted jobs – TechCrunch

During a developer keynote at Google I/O 2022, Google unveiled Cloud Run Jobs, an extension of Google Cloud’s service for developing and deploying containerized applications using languages ​​such as Go, Python and Java. Cloud Run tasks are designed for containers that run to completion and do not respond to requests, such as data processing and […]

Google presents AR glasses that could make the case for augmented reality

Google concluded its I/O presentation with a big surprise: a preview of its latest AR glasses. The key feature that Google showed off was the ability to see translated languages ​​right before your eyes, which I think is a really handy app for AR glasses. While much of Silicon Valley is heavily invested in making […]

Former Polish dissident and editor wins top Spanish prize

Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. FILE – Former dissident and mastermind behind Poland’s peaceful transition from communism to democracy Adam Michnik speaks to The Associated Press in Warsaw, Poland May 25, 2014. Michnik, a former Polish dissident and human rights activist who is editor of one of the most popular newspapers in […]

The Argus C3 film camera was a great way to learn photography

Placeholder while loading article actions Roy Deppa spent the summers of 1969 and 1970 backpacking around Europe. Roy was accompanied by his trusty Argus C3, the film camera he had used as a yearbook photographer at Gaithersburg High School. “One day I left my backpack by my bunk in a hostel, and when I came […]

Shoot Your Heart on Celluloid at the Singapore Analog Photo Exhibition

A local photography collective pays homage to one of the oldest surviving film formats with all things vintage. To commemorate 120 years of 120 medium format film, presents an exhibition this weekend at The Glass Hut which will capture a myriad of film photography works, vintage retro items and activities such as lectures and […]

An Ethereal Blue Warhol Marilyn bids $195 million at Christie’s, becoming the second most expensive work ever sold at auction

An iconic portrait of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol soared to $195 million at Christie’s in New York on Monday, the second-highest result for an artwork at auction and the biggest test of the masterpiece market since March 2020. Falling stocks in every major sector, from banking to oil and gas, appear to have had […]

The Cultural Landscape: Part 3

Text and photographs by KB DIXON As with the portraits in previous episodes of this series, I focused on the talented and creative people whose diverse heritages are destined to become part of our cultural history. My aspirations remain the same: to document the contemporary cultural landscape and produce decent photography, photography that recognizes the […]

Incomparable journalist/photographer Jacy Lewis bids farewell to Midland Reporter-Telegram

This is a carousel. Use the Next and Previous buttons to navigate I am grateful for the Midland Reporter-Telegram. The newspaper that took a chance on me and took me from small town Nebraska to big state Texas. My job at the MRT has given me many opportunities to meet wonderful people in Midland and […]

Check Out a 1980s Dallas Home Updated with an LA Designer’s Touch

What do you get when you combine a 1980s home designed by a renowned Dallas architect with a recent redesign by a Los Angeles-based design firm? You get this North Dallas home that combines classic design details with modern updates. The house was originally designed by architect Bill Booziotis and built in 1986. In 2017 […]

Ralf Rangnick to meet Erik ten Hag over Manchester United job as Jesse Lingard omission discussed

Here are your headlines from Manchester United’s Friday 6 May night. Erik ten Hag and Ralf Rangnick will discuss Manchester United reconstruction Ralf Rangnick has confirmed that he will speak with the new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag at the end of the season. Ajax are four points clear of PSV Eindhoven and still […]

San Diego Weekend Art Events: Oceanside Music, So Many Photographs, “Don Quixote” and More

“Music in the Museum” and Shinpei Takeda Music, Art, FoodThis Friday, Oceanside Museum of Art is hosting a special music and lowrider festival, featuring music by Dezzy Hollow and street dancing by Wild7s Freestyle Krew. Admission to the museum is free and the event is centered around the ‘Oceanside Unfiltered’ photography exhibit. Rapper by the […]

Why Corporate Law Firms Need a Client Value Team | JD Supra Perspectives

The primary function of a customer value (or customer success) team in a software company is to ensure that customers receive continued and lasting value from the products and services they have purchased. As a leader of a customer value team, I see it as an understanding of the customer’s success criteria (goals), desired outcomes, […]

Ohio State and Getty Images team up to uncover untold stories and images from black history

the Ohio State University collaborated with Getty Imagesa global visual content creator and marketplace, to launch Representing Black Historya joint initiative to recontextualize and bring to light black stories, offering new perspectives and bringing to light some of the most culturally significant moments of the past. Part of Origins: current events in historical perspective – […]

Photographing my way to my latest edition of Southern News

Roma Rositani – photo editor From photographer to Southern News photo editor, I learned to photograph just about anything. Two and a half years, nine hundred and twelve and a half days and one million three hundred and fourteen thousand minutes, I channeled into the journal. Although it looks like I’m complaining, this is the […]

Three things with Ray Martin: “My future wife issued the ultimatum. She or the Cooper Bristol’ | life and style

BAccording to his own description, Ray Martin has been a journalist for “well over half a century”. That tenure included multiple stints on A Current Affair, the work that made him a household name, as well as spots on everything from ABC’s Four Corners to First Contact on SBS. Along the way, Martin has won […]

LottieFiles lifts B-series to make animation format even more ubiquitous – TechCrunch

Lottie animations are everywhere. The JSON-based file format, first introduced as an open-source library by Airbnb engineers, can now be seen in top 500 iOS and Android apps, says LottieFiles co-founder Kshitij Minglani . What LottieFiles does is streamline the process of turning animations made in software like Adobe After Effects into Lotties so they […]

Jason Horne-Francis Wins Rising Star Nomination

By ZAC MILBANK South Adelaide sensation Jason Horne-Francis wasted no time in making his presence felt at elite level, earning the AFL Rising Star nomination for his performance in Round 7. The 18-year-old, SANFL’s first No. 1 draft pick since Bryce Gibbs in 2006, had 20 eliminations, four clearances and four in the 50s for […]

The most memorable gigs of our favorite bands – The Channels

The Channel Art Pages | EDITORIAL LIST Clockwise from top left, editor Rodrigo Hernandez and Sofia Alvarado at the Pasadena Daydream Festival, The Raconteurs at Kris Krug’s Commodore Ballroom, editor Bianca Ascencio and family at Hella Mega Tour at Dodger Stadium and Metallica at The Forum by jondoeforty1. The relativity and comfort that music gives […]

NHL Playoffs Picture: NHL Playoffs Rankings, Bracket and Format

The 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs begin Monday with games to be played in Carolina, Toronto, Minnesota and Edmonton. Here is the NHL playoff standings, bracket and format. Ranking Atlantic Division 1) Florida 122 points 2) Toronto 115 points 3) Tampa Bay 110 points 4) Boston 107 points Metropolitan Division 1) Carolina 116 points 2) New […]

Cubs, Seiya Suzuki, rotation at the end of April in search of crisis breakers

MILWAUKEE – April is finally over for the Cubs. Which makes it May 1st. Especially if you’re Seiya Suzuki, Justin Steele or any number of other Cubs outfielders and pitchers who stumbled through the last two weeks of the month to finish April 8-13 after a promising 10-game start to the season. Suzuki will likely […]