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Pinterest WhatsApp TAGS Twitter Facebook Arts Council of Midland logo Celebration of the Arts has been scheduled from 7 p.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at DoubleTree by Hilton, second floor, 117 W. Wall St., Midland. This year’s theme is “One for all…and all for Art.” The event includes art activities for all ages, performing artists and more. Go online for tickets, sponsorship and underwriting opportunities. WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Celebration of the Arts Facebook Twitter Previous articleJerry Gilliam.jpgNext articleMother of 7 earns high school diploma Digital AIM Web Support Local News Pinterest read more
Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season INFIELDThe double-MVP outfield will get a lot of the attention. But the Dodgers’ infield is also among the best in the National League. Max Muncy is an underrated driving force in the lineup, whether he plays second base or first. Last year, he was second only to NL MVP Cody Bellinger on the Dodgers in OPS (.889), on-base percentage (.374), walks (90), RBI (98) and runs scored (101). The Dodgers rewarded the one-time Oakland castoff with a three-year, $26 million contract. Across the diamond, Justin Turner could benefit from the expanded DH rule, allowing the 35-year-old third baseman a little more time off his legs. At shortstop, fans might have forgotten how good Corey Seager was before hip and elbow surgeries temporarily derailed his career. Healthy again and a year further removed from those surgeries, Seager could remind them this season. That leaves a Rookie of the Year candidate (Gavin Lux) and two super-utility players (Kike’ Hernandez and Chris Taylor) to divvy up the second-base starts.OUTFIELDIs it the best outfield in baseball? Is it the best outfield in franchise history? The side-by-side MVPs in right (Mookie Betts) and center (Cody Bellinger) are also former Gold Glove winners. When Joc Pederson starts in left field, the trio will have combined for 112 home runs last season. Enjoy it while you can. With Pederson and Betts headed for free agency, it could be a short-lived collaboration. The DH rule gives the Dodgers the opportunity to rotate their surplus outfielders — A.J. Pollock, Matt Beaty, Taylor and Hernandez — through the lineup, adding another bat to their potent lineup.CATCHING STARTING PITCHINGThe Dodgers subtracted Cy Young runner-up Hyun-Jin Ryu and Rich Hill from last year’s rotation and David Price from this year’s before the season even began — and still have depth that would be the envy of almost any other MLB team. Clayton Kershaw has looked healthier than he has been in years during this season’s bifurcated buildup. That health and a fall trip to Driveline Academy seem to have rejuvenated him heading into this shortened season. Walker Buehler enters the season with less built up than his rotation-mates, temporarily pumping the brakes on any push to label him the staff’s leader. Alex Wood appears to have recovered from last year’s back problems and Julio Urias is finally free of innings limits. Ross Stripling will likely replace Price in the rotation — and made an All-Star team the last time he was a replacement starter. Young right-handers Dustin May and Tony Gonsolin figure to get plenty of work with this season’s unique format.RELIEF PITCHINGAs followers of the Dodgers’ Octobers know all too well, an unreliable bullpen can be the wobbly wheel on a grocery cart, always threatening to send everything careening into the canned goods. This year, the Dodgers have only 60 games to sort out those issues. If they do so successfully, they could owe a postseason share to Driveline Academy. Both closer Kenley Jansen and setup man Joe Kelly spent time at the analytics-focused think tank during the offseason. Jansen came back with a better understanding of his mechanics and what makes his cutter move. A little more velocity would be nice too. Kelly learned about his fastball mechanics, hoping to find better command of it. Blake Treinen (a deadly closer two years ago) and hard-throwing 21-year-old right-hander Brusdar Graterol add potentially lethal options for manager Dave Roberts. Starters by trade, May, Gonsolin and Caleb Ferguson all figure to get plenty of work in the new reality of a 60-game season. At 24, Will Smith heads into his first full season in the big leagues holding the reins to a pitching staff with championship expectations. Offensively, Smith remains a bit of a riddle. Is he the ‘Fresh Prince’ of last summer who hit 12 home runs with a .318 average and 1.210 OPS in his first 28 games? Or the struggling young hitter who batted just .183 with three home runs and a .581 OPS over his final 26 games (and went 1 for 13 in the Dodgers’ National League Division Series loss to the Washington Nationals)? The truth likely lies somewhere in between. If Smith struggles too much, though, Austin Barnes provides an alternative offering even better defense. Dodgers pitchers love throwing to “Sammy” — a Chase Utley moment that lives on as Barnes’ nickname.BENCHNo team in baseball is better positioned to take advantage of the expanded rosters in this odd season or the addition of the DH to the National League. Super-utility players like Taylor and Hernandez will get more at-bats. There is now room for young bats like Beaty and Edwin Rios. The Dodgers’ uncommon depth extends to super-ute-in-waiting Zach McKinstry. And the sad reality is it will likely be needed should the dangers of playing — and traveling — during a pandemic sideline players during the season (or postseason).Related Articles How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies MANAGEREverything about the 2020 season will be unusual and managers will be challenged to guide their teams through those challenges. For Dave Roberts, the first hurdle is avoiding a slow start. In a 60-game season, that could prove fatal. Only twice during their current run of seven consecutive division titles were the Dodgers in first place after 60 games. Roberts should have fun with the DH but the altered pitching decisions it creates could be problematic. Roberts has gotten into trouble in the past (look no farther than Game 5 of last fall’s NLDS) when he becomes too formulaic with his bullpen management. With no pinch-hitting fueled pitching changes, staying too close to a script could be a nightly temptation. But Roberts should be managing deep into October for the fourth time in his five seasons as manager. read more
MICO University College’s Kadie-Ann Dehaney is the latest Jamaican netballer to go the professional route, as the former St Hugh’s High player has been offered a one-year contract to play for Melbourne Vixens in the Australia National League.The 20-year-old Dehaney, who will leave the island in a few weeks’ time, will join two other Jamaicans in the Australian league, which is set to begin in February next year.Malysha Kelly, who recently captained the Sunshine Girls in the recent three-match series against New Zealand, in New Zealand, will take up a one-year contract with the Adelaide Thunderbirds, while shooter Romelda Aiken has been a member of the Queensland Firebirds since 2008.Five other Jamaicans will also ply their trade in England soon.Dehaney, who started her netball career at Melrose Junior High School and who has represented Molynes United since her early days at Melrose, is excited for the opportunity to go overseas, but has mixed feelings.”I am nervous and I am puzzled because it will be a new culture for me. But at the same time it will be a great experience because I’ve always wanted to play at the highest level,” said Dehaney.She continued: “I was looking forward to representing Mico at the Inter-collegiate level because this would have been a new challenge for me after doing so well at the high school level and after going through orientation and meeting a lot of new friends it is kind of sad not to be spending more time with them.”Dehaney, who will be the youngest Jamaican to go on a professional netball contract, is still keen on education.”Academics is very important to me and I want to know that when I go there I can still continue with my schooling as I do not want to know that my friends are moving forward here and I am falling back, so this is something I will be making sure to continue when I leave,” said Dehaney.She pointed out that she thought twice before taking this decision, noting that her grandmother played a key role.Despite her tender age, Dehaney has had international experience as part of the successful Jamaica Under-16 team which toured Birmingham, England for a three-match series in 2012; Jamaica senior team that participated in the World Cup last year in Australia; and Jamaica’s Under 21 team which played against England in a five-match series last summer.President of Netball Jamaica, Dr. Paula Daley-Morris, says the move augurs well for the country’s netball.”I am very elated that Kadie-Ann has gotten the opportunity to go overseas to play because this is what we need for our players, for them to play consistently at the highest level as this will only help them to get better,” said Daley-Morris.”Definitely the experience will do her a whole lot of good and it is also good for netball in the country when several of these players can get contracts to go overseas and play. This is telling us that people are looking on our netball and I am happy that I am at the helm and hopefully after getting all the experience these players will come back and represent the country of their birth,” noted Daley-Morris. read more
TOM FARREN MEMORIAL CUP Malin beat Carndonagh in the Tom Farren Memorial Cup on Saturday on a scoreline of Malin 2-16 Carndonagh 2-09. The Malin Team on the day was: Seamus Houghton, Thomas Byrne, Kevin McColgan, Conor Byrne, Kieron McColgan, Gary Farren, Thomas McLaughlin, Anthony Kelly, Declan Walsh, Christopher Doherty, Dan McDaid, Brendan McLaughlin, Paul McLaughlin, Danny McCarron, and Jonathan McLaughlin. Subs Noel McLaughlin and Patrick McLaughlin.Fun Quiz & Donkey Dung Draw The Donkey Dung Draw took place at the fun-quiz last Friday evening with Declan Walsh winning the €1000 first prize. Thanks to all the organisers of the draw and the quiz. MEMBERSHIP The last day for the collection of membership renewal for 2016 takes place in the clubhouse on Thursday 17th March from 11.30am. The Annual subscription fees for 2016 are as follows: Club membership: €20, Non playing Child: €2, Introductory membership for club and gym for existing club members: €120, Minors + Gym: €80, Minors no gym: €50.HEALTH AND WELLBEING INFORMATION NIGHT The club are running a Sports medicine and Nutrition talk on Wednesday the 23rd of March at 8.00pm upstairs in the clubhouse. It will be delivered Dr Frank Fogarty – G.P. with special interest in Sports Medicine and Brigid Doherty (Owen) Community Nutritioniost / Dietician The talk will last around an hour and a half inclusively with Q&A and tea after. The talk is free and would be very beneficial to all our senior and underage players along with their parents and is open to all club members and all members of the community.BIG BREAKFAST The Annual Big Breakfast takes place on St Patrick’s Day Thursday 17th of March from 9.30am to 2.00pm upstairs in our Clubhouse. A great way to start the day before the parades and at only €5 for adults and €3 for children.UNDERAGE Under 6 boys training is on every Sunday from 10:00am – 11:15am Under 8 boys training is on every Saturday from 3:00pm – 4:15pm Under 10 boys training is on every Sunday from 11:30am – 12:45pm Under 12 boys training is on every Sunday from 12.45pm – 2.00pm Under 14 boys training is on every Saturday from 4.30pm – 6:00pm Under 16 boys training is on every Monday from 4.30pm to 6.00pm and every Friday from 5.00pm-6.30pm Under 6 and Under 8 girls training is on every Saturday from 11:00am to 12:00pm Under 10 girls training is on every Saturday from 12:15pm – 1:15pm Under 14 and Under 16 girls training is on every Wednesday from 5:15pm to 6:15pm The under 8’s and 10’s played against Naomh Colmcille in Newtown last Sunday morning before going to the Donegal match along with their coaches. And although the Donegal result didn’t go our way, the players managed to meet the Donegal players after the game – see Facebook for photographs.LOTTO There was no winner of this week’s jackpot of €1300. The €50 winner was Maeve McLaughlin,Black Mountain, Malin Head and the €20 euro sellers prize went to Ronan McLaughlin, Carrowmore. Next week’s jackpot is €1350.EASTER CAMP This years Easter camp will take place Our Annual Easter Camp will take place across Wednesday 30th, Thursday 31st March and Friday 1st April from 10am to 2pm daily. This is for ALL children between 5-13 years. Registration Day is Easter Sunday 27th March from 11.30am to 12.30pm. It is always a fun three days, which every child enjoys and is a great way to let them run off all that chocolate & sugar from Easter Sunday. Each child will also receive an Easter egg and O’Neills football. For more information contact Danny Lafferty on 0868988180 or Maria McLaughlin (F) on 0877763679.CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP DRAWMalin have been placed in a four team group with Glenfin, Naomh Muire and Sean Mac Cuimhaills in the Michael Murphy Sports Donegal Senior Championship.POKER TOURNAMNET There will be a Poker Tournament on this Friday the 18th of March upstairs in the Clubhouse. €20 freeze-out game + €5 administration fee. It will be run by Cathal Doyle. Registration from 8pm starting 8:30pm SHOP The club shop is open every Saturday from 12.00 – 2.00 and Sunday from 11.20 – 2.00 or alternatively contact Susan Byrne on 9370638 or 0867832242 . The shop also has a great range of stock in all sizes including coats, jackets, hoodies, tracksuits, socks, shorts, hats, new gear bags and much more club merchandise.FINALLY Well done to all the Malin members who were part of the Carndonagh Community School team who won the All-Ireland soccer cup final. Daniel Houghton, Christopher McLaughlin, James McKinney, Kealan Doherty and Liam Gallagher were all involved. And commiserations to Glengad United on their defeat in the quarter finals of the FAI junior cup.GAA: MALIN DEFEAT CARNDONAGH IN TOM FARREN MEMORIAL CUP was last modified: March 13th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAAMalinSport read more
Mt. Shasta >> Under perfect conditions at Mt. Shasta Ski Park, Shasta High School captured the North Division 1 Alpine Racing Championship.Mount Shasta High School finshed second, Foothill third, followed by Enterprise, Red Bluff and Weed.Despite first and third place wins for Red Bluff in the boys skiing, Mount Shasta won the ski championship. Shasta dominated the snowboard championship, though, and captured the overall title.The final race was held under excellent snow and weather … read more
Nelson Mandela by Himself: The Authorised Book of Quotations is a comprehensive resource on the sayings of South Africa’s former president. MEDIA CONTACTS • Sello HatangCEO, Nelson Mandela Centre of [email protected]+27 11 547 5600 RELATED ARTICLES • Mandela quotations book published • Make a difference on 18 July • Nelson Mandela: a timeline • Old bones take Madiba’s name • Travelling the Mandela routeRudo MungoshiNelson Mandela was a man of wisdom and insight, and his words have touched and inspired people all around the world.Taken from Nelson Mandela by Himself: The Authorised Book of Quotations, we present some of the inspirational sayings by the icon of peace that have roused and touched many internationally.The book features over 2 000 quotations – many previously unpublished – gathered over six decades and taken from audio recordings, speeches, correspondence, interviews, private papers and more. The collection is organised into 317 categories, from “Accountability” to “Zionism”. Nelson Mandela By Himself was published under the editorship of Centre of Memory CEO Sello Hatang and senior researcher Sahm Venter, who guaranteed that each saying is 100% accurate.The words of Nelson MandelaAccountability The collapse of good conscience and the absence of accountability and public scrutiny have led to crimes against humanity and violations of international law. Rally, Bloemfontein, South Africa, 25 February 1990There is an absence of democratic accountability and control in every sphere of government and the state. To address this debilitating legacy requires determined action and a deep commitment to transforming our society from a crisis ridden present into something all South Africans can be truly proud of. International Press Institute Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 14 February 1994AchievementsOur achievements, however we know full well, must not be used as an excuse for exaggerating our success or for ignoring errors committed and weakness that require urgent attention. From an article published in Africa South volume 6.1, October-December 1961We must always remain modest about our achievements. Fortieth anniversary of the establishment of Umkhonto we Sizwe, Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa, 16 December 2001AidsAids is a major problem to be tackled by the entire world. To deal with it requires resources far beyond the capacity of one continent. No single country has the capacity to deal with it. From a notebook, December 1991Aids is not a curse that we must deny, it is an illness that can be defeated. Resisting the continued stigmatisation of HIV-positive people is not only a compassionate act, it is practical and pragmatic. IBIDAids is no longer just a disease, it is a human rights issue. IBIDThe fight against Aids is one of the greatest challenges the world faces at the start of the 21st century. Closing ceremony of the 15th international Aids conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 16 July 2004ApartheidThe racial policies of the government have pricked the conscience of all men of goodwill and have aroused their deepest indignation. The feelings of the oppressed people have never been more bitter. IbidThe apartheid system has devastated the country. Poverty is rampant and endemic. The conditions of the life for the people continue to worsen everyday. Address to the French national assembly, Bourbon Palace, Paris, France, 7 June 1990Ours has been a bitterly divided society in which laws and the police were used to defend and maintain a legitimate system. National day of safety and security , Soweto, South Africa, 15 October 1994CourageI learnt that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. I felt fear myself more times than I can remember, but I hid it behind a mask of boldness. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers the fear. From Long Walk to Freedom, 1994DeathI would like it to be said that, “here lies a man who has done his duty on earth”. That is all. From the MSNBC documentary Headliners and Legends, 2006Education Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. Address at the Planetarium , Johannesburg , South Africa , 16 July 2003 No child in Africa and in fact anywhere in the world should be denied education. I know that we can reach this goal. Launch of the Dream For Africa international fund raising campaign, Cape Town, South Africa, 6 December 2004HomeThere is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered. Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom, 1994HopeHope is a powerful weapon and no one power on earth can deprive you of From a letter to Winnie Mandela, written on Robben Island, 23 June 1969I never dreamt that time and hope could mean so much as they do now. From a letter to Adelaide Tambo, written on Robben Island, 31 January 1970Human RightsTo deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity. To impose on them a wretched life of hunger and deprivation is to dehumanise them. Address to the joint session of the House of Congress, Washington DC, US, 26 June 1990JusticeIn the end we must remember that no amount of rules or their enforcement will defeat those who struggle with justice on their side. At the 50th anniversary of the General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade, Geneva, Switzerland, 19 May 1998InjusticeI believed that in taking up a stand against this injustice, I was upholding the dignity of what should be an honourable profession. Talking about racial discrimination against black lawyers during his trial for incitement and leaving the country illegally, Palace of Justice, Pretoria, South Africa, November 1962Landmines Landmines are blind weapons that cannot distinguish between the footfall of a soldier and that of old woman gathering firewood. They recognise no cease-fire, long after the fighting has stopped, they can maim or kill the children and the grandchildren of the soldiers who laid them. From a message in support of Night of a Thousand Dinners, Rotary Pretoria East, Pretoria, South Africa , November 2003Leadership The spirit of people cannot be crushed and no matter what happens to the present leadership, new leaders will arise like mushrooms till full victory is won. Presidential address to the annual congress of the ANC Youth LeagueThere are various standards by which to measure the significance of an organisation. One of the most important of these standards is the calibre of its leadership. From a letter to Reverend Andrew Hunter, written in Victor Verster prison, Paarl, South Africa, 21 August 1989Only leaders of a special calibre and integrity are able to see the basic problems that affect us all and who tend avoid the sterile polemics. From a letter to James Mndaweni, written in Victor Verster prison, Paarl, South Africa, 21 August 1989Media The media is one of the principal figures in ensuring that we develop our country, we unite our people, we promote reconciliation. Briefing to editors and opinion makers, Pretoria, South Africa, 28 November 2003Newspapers allow us to hold a mirror up to ourselves, and we must be brave enough to look squarely at the reflections. From a message to the congress of the World Association of Newspapers at the 14th congress of the World Editors Forum, Castle of Good Hope , Cape Town, South Africa, 3 June 2007Memory Whatever my wishes might be, I cannot bind future generations to remember me in the particular way I would like. From an interview with John Battersby, Johannesburg, South Africa, published in the Christian Science Monitor on 10 February 2000We should never forget those on whose shoulders we stand and those who paid the supreme price for freedom. Upon receiving the freedom of Howick , South Africa, 12 December 1996RacismNo one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite. Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom, 1994ValuesPermanent values in social life and thought cannot be created by people who are indifferent or hostile to the aspirations of a nation. From a letter to Winnie Mandela, written on Robben Island, 23 June 1969 Youth South Africa is producing determined young people whose level of awareness is remarkably high. From a letter to Hilda Bernstein, written in Pollsmoor prison, Cape Town, South Africa, 8 July 1985The involvement of students in the freedom struggle is crucial and the emergence of a vigorous student movement is to be welcomed. From an essay entitled “Whither the black consciousness movement”, written on Robben Island, 1978I pay tribute to the endless heroism of youth; you, the young lions, have energised our entire struggle. First speech after his release, City Hall, Cape Town, South Africa, 11 February 1990 read more
Facebook Canada is bursting at the borders with stylish fresh faces and fashion-forward industry veterans in every facet of stardom – from the silver screen and music to sports and daytime TV – so we’ve scoured the Great White North to bring you the 25 stars who help keep our country on the style map.Our listees come from the worlds of top tunes (hi, Shawn Mendes and Celine Dion!), high fashion (we see you, Grace Mahary and Victoria’s Secret first-timer Winnie Harlow!), the silver screen (think: Ryan Reynolds, Sandra Oh and Catherine O’Hara), sports (Tessa Virtue, anyone?) and more, but they all have one thing in common: a flawless sense of style that they truly make their own.Click through to see who made the list (in no particular order!) and find some major fashion inspiration, plus sartorial secrets for being stylish and confident at any age…Ryan Reynolds – Photo: © Getty Images Advertisement Advertisement Hometown: Vancouver, B.C.Recent Projects: Deadpool 2Keeping it simple: “I’m a real minimalist. I think [Blake Lively] looks at my closet and knows in her heart that I’d be so happy owning two T-shirts, two pairs of pants, some underwear and socks and that would be it,” he told People.Putting the ‘art’ in sartorial: “I think fashion is a fully legitimate form of artistic expression, so it’s one of the few ways we as human beings get to express ourselves without a giant canvas sitting in front of us,” he told the publication.Fashion fan: “I think he’s the style icon,” his wife Blake said at the People’s Choice Awards. “He’s my style icon.”.Celine Dion – Photo: © Getty ImagesCELINE DIONMusicianHometown: Charlemagne, Que.Recent Projects:Toured Asia and the South Pacific all summer and now wrapping up her Caesars Palace residency with Celine Dion – The Final ShowsFashion freedom: She told Vogue that she loves to play around with her style because it “gives [her] a bit of freedom when [her] life has been work, discipline; hard, hard work.”Traveling wardrobe: “The clothes follow me; I do not follow the clothes,” she told the glossy, explaining that fashion houses from Armani Privé to Versace send teams to Las Vegas for fittings before her Caesars Palace shows.Healing power of clothes: “I’ve always loved fashion, from as far back as I can remember,” she told People. “But as everyone knows, I’ve gone through some extremely difficult times in recent years, and I suppose that I’m spreading my wings a little bit more these days and doing so with the help of beautiful clothing and accessories.”.Sandra Oh – Photo: © Getty ImagesSANDRA OHActressHometown: Ottawa, Ont.Recent Projects: Her performance in Killing Evegarnered the first-ever Emmy nomination for an Asian woman in the Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series categoryRed-carpet secret: While walking the 2018 Emmy’s red carpet, the star revealed her comfort secret to People TV: “Oh, who has a platform? I can run backwards in them; I can moon walk!”She wears the pants: “I love them! I have a long torso, so the high-waist cut works really well on me,” she told InStyle of her favourite style of slacks.Collector’s edition: “I’ve been collecting blouses from the ‘80s for the longest time. It’s the best because no one else will ever have it,” she told the glossy.Shawn Mendes – Photo: © Getty ImagesSHAWN MENDESMusicianHometown: Toronto, Ont.Recent Projects: Released his latest self-titled album in May 2018 and is the new face of Emporio Armani ConnectedAuthenticity is key: “I just try to be very authentic with what I’m wearing, because that’s when you look your best,” he told GQ.The Mendes mainstay: “My daily outfit is probably just Chelsea boots, jeans, a T-shirt and whatever jacket I can find,” he shared with the glossy.Fashionable words of wisdom: “My number one style rule would be to try everything,” he added.Style icon: “James Dean … When I started doing shoots, I was so uncomfortable and felt really nervous and the only way that I could get through them was to really try to mimic and channel him,” he told the publication..JESSICA MULRONEYStylist and PR/brand consultantHometown: Montreal, Que.Recent Projects: Fashion contributor on Good Morning America and CityLine, fashion and bridal expert at Hudson’s BayStylish words of wisdom: “We are fed so much information when it comes to fashion – what we’re supposed to buy, what’s trendy, what we’re supposed to get rid of.” she told the audience on Good Morning America. “So, that’s a capsule collection. It’s finding those six pieces that you can mix and match, you can do day to night, you actually wear. They don’t just hang in your closet! These are the pieces that you will wear over and over again, so it’s cost effective.”Dressing down: “Most people believe that I’m out all the time, all dressed up. But in reality, 90% of my existence is spent at home, in my pajamas,” the mother of three has said. “I do not go out a lot. People are always surprised to hear that!”Canadian pride: “Being able to work with a true trailblazer, a woman who has paved the way for so many other artists was a real honour. I am a big supporter of Canadian fashion, so add that to the mix and I was in heaven,” she told InStyle of styling Shania Twain for the CCMAsVariety is the spice of life: “I’m not obsessed with fashion though, and I think that that’s what makes me a little bit different,” she told The Globe and Mail. “I really enjoy the creativity of getting dressed, but not in a typical way. I like to mix things. I don’t just go to one place and buy a bunch of expensive clothing.”.Winnie Harlow – Photo: © Getty ImagesWINNIE HARLOWModelHometown: Mississauga, Ont.Recent Projects: Making her debut on the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show runway in 2018Breaking barriers: “I’m proud of the recent changes being made in the realms of fashion and beauty. It’s amazing to be among the wave of rule breakers for diversity. I keep hearing this term ‘new norm’ but really, this was always the norm; it’s just beautiful that it’s finally coming to light,” she told Harper’s Bazaar.Style icon: “I have been loving Cher’s old looks. I’ve been looking through a lot of them and just seeing how she used to experiment with her hair, her looks and her outfits … Sometimes it’s hard to try new things, but she is living proof that you shouldn’t be afraid to experiment with your style,” she told Vogue.Fashion evolution: “My sense of fashion has developed a lot … I still have my ’hood style – I still like to wear my gold chains and my grills. I’m surprised I don’t still have a gold nameplate from back in the day,” she shared with Elle Canada..Coco Rocha – Photo: © Getty ImagesCOCO ROCHAModel and Brand Director at NOMAD MGMTHometown: Vancouver, B.C.Recent Projects:This summer she launched Coco Rocha Model Camp to mentor the next generation of supermodelsTwinning: “I swore I’d never be one of those moms who makes her daughter dress like her… but I am… and I’m not sorry about it!” she captioned a video with daughter Ioni during New York Fashion WeekIconic: “Elizabeth Taylor was the most glamourous woman in the world at a time when people didn’t really have stylists picking out every piece of clothing. She’s one of the most memorable beauties of the last 100 years”The more prints the merrier: When designer Christian Siriano asked her for The Fashion Spot if she prefers leopard or zebra print, Coco responded, “Both at the same time! Why not? I love a good print.”.Amanda Brugel – Photo: © Getty ImagesAMANDA BRUGELActressHometown: Pointe-Claire, Que.Recent Projects: The Handmaid’s Tale, Kim’s Convenience, Workin’ MomsUnafraid of a print: Amanda debuted some of her best looks during TIFF 2018 as Hudson’s Bay’s red-carpet anchor host, working with stylist Erica Wark. Of her day-one leopard look, the actress wrote on Instagram, “Thank you to my Canadian glam squad for giving me the confidence to go full ‘leop’ on Day One.”Feeling empowered: “[Canadian brand UNTTLD] encourages me to feel dramatic and strong and to apologize for neither attribute,” she wrote on Instagram after their Toronto Fashion Week show.The best accessory: After debuting a daring new hairstyle (a blunt wig!) and plunging gown at the 2018 SAG Awards, the mother of two wrote on Instagram, “God bless my team for convincing me that power is the only accessory needed.”Beach beauty: She feels most gorgeous at the beach “with wild, wind-dried hair, sun on my skin and a glass of wine in hand!”.P.K. SUBBAN – Photo: © Getty ImagesP.K. SUBBANHockey playerHometown: Toronto, Ont.Recent Projects: The defenceman for the Nashville Predators coaches kids in his Subban Defence League and has collaborated on menswear with RW&CO.Tastemaker style: “One thing I’ll always maintain in terms of my style and fashion sense is to straddle the line as someone who is creative and fashion-forward, but also someone who is classic, clean and sharp,” he told Sharp.Suiting up: “When you see a man in a suit, you see that as a sign of someone who is professional,” he told the magazine. “When I put on that suit, it also represents that I’m someone who should be taken seriously.”Personality is everything: “He’s got a very strong charisma and a strong personality and … that actually is very, very easy in dressing him is that we can reflect on that personality and the presence that he has in his natural character,” one third of P.K.’s suit styling team, Maud Marquis-Breton, told the Montreal Gazette. 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APTN National NewsAs concern grows among First Nations over proposed federal changes to the Indian Act it was Manitoba’s chiefs’ turn to chime in Thursday.Leaders of the major treaty organizations in the province came together to plan how to derail the progress of Bill C-428.On the surface, the changes appear mostly benign, but Aboriginal leaders say it’s not what’s in bill that’s sparking controversy.APTN National News reporter Ntawnis Piapot explains.
Related Items:pastor bradley handfield Overwhelming debut for Auntie Fannie book & Bradley Handfield Community Christian Academy’s Boys Week Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you National Leadership Conference announced, Youth to get training Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 31 Dec 2015 – The sentiments echoing in comments connected to the sudden death of Derrick Quant on holiday Monday in a traffic accident come at a time of year when there is much reflection – where people look back as they look forward toward the coming year. On this New Year’s Eve there will be parties and thousands will also flock to church services; in the case of the latter, it is often to hear a motivating message as we transition from old year to new year. One Pastor shared that the year 2015 has been one of stretching; Pastor Bradley Handfield, who in 2015 launched a new book Auntie Fannie Maddie & the Talking Potatoes, also had some downs as he officiated the funeral services of the 3 year old who drowned, the young man shot by Police in Five Cays and a 12 year old student of TCIPS who died suddenly – in his end of year message likened the stretching to the childhood toy of a sling shot. ‘Pulled,’ he said, long and taut as the precursor for the Lord God propelling one, rapidly and further into a more purposeful future.Tomorrow, January 1st is also a public holiday…..schools, banks and government offices open for business as usual on Monday January 4, 2016. read more