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HOW DAN LEVY MADE THE FUNNIEST SHOW ON TVHOW DAN LEVY MADE THE FUNNIEST SHOW ON TV


first_img Login/Register With: Dan Levy (Photo by CBC) Advertisement Facebook Advertisement DAN LEVY MADE SCHITT’S CREEK WITH HIS DAD. BUT IT’S HIS WEIRD LITTLE BABY.Here’s what I think we should do,” Dan Levy says as he leafs through a rack of Balenciaga, selecting an oversize matte gray hoodie with “europa!” emblazoned on its front. “We should lean into the moment here, because this is the kind of thing people come here for.”It’s a December morning and we’ve been wandering the freshly opened Dover Street Market in Los Angeles, a single-level fashion maze outfitted in an old warehouse, with brick walls painted gallery-white and a distracted funhouse layout housing various lines of Comme des Garçons, Prada, and Gucci. Part art installation, part sartorial playground, this is clothing less as a matter of practical exigency and more as a multisensory experience. There are no fewer than five, equally chic salespeople offering us water or assistance.“I say we do just a full fashion look,” he continues. “Label whore-y.” READ MORE‘SCHITT’S CREEK’ CAST REVEALS DREAM GUEST STARS: OPRAH, BEYONCE AND …“Schitt’s Creek” has big dreams.Dan Levy, who stars as David on the series, says his wish list of guest stars includes Oprah, Beyonce, Mariah Carey and Gwyneth Paltrow. “All for different reasons, none of whom we’ll get,” he cracked at the Critics’ Choice Awards.For those who haven’t caught on to the “Schitt’s Creek” phenomenon, the show centers around the Roses, a wealthy family (Dan’s real-life dad Eugene Levy plays his father, with Catherine O’Hara as his former soap opera star mom and his sister Alexis played by Annie Murphy) who are forced to relocate to Schitt’s Creek, a small town they bought for their son as a birthday gift when he was still a child, after they lose all their money. READ MOREIN CONVERSATION WITH ACTOR AND COMEDIAN DAN LEVYThe Great Canadian Baking Show host weighs in on oven drama, queer characters and working with his dad, Eugene.You’re already the star and showrunner of the hit comedy Schitt’s Creek. What made you decide to also get involved with a baking series?I was binge-watching The Great British Baking Show and tweeted that if it ever came to Canada, I’d love to host it. I went to sleep and woke up to a million responses saying it is coming here and I should do it. Then I got the call from CBC asking, “Are you serious?”Why do you think food reality shows are so popular? People like the positivity. It’s a show about trying to improve yourself—the competition is between the baker and their oven. And it’s suspenseful! You might think, How much suspense can you have in a show about baking? But there is high anxiety in finding out if the bottom of your pie has baked all the way through. READ MORE How Schitt’s Creek Pulled Off the Making of The Crows Have Eyes IIIIf Schitt’s Creek fans thought Catherine O’Hara was deserving of more awards attention before, the season-five premiere should settle it beyond a shadow of a doubt. The episode finds O’Hara’s Moira Rose traveling to Bosnia to film her “comeback vehicle,” The Crows Have Eyes III: The Crowening. Initially, the movie’s jaded young director, Blaire (no last name), shows zero interest in discussing Moira’s extensive script revisions. “It’s an apocalyptic fantasy about mutant crows; I think we all know what we’re making here,” he says. (“A timely allegory about prejudice,” she answers.) But Moira will not be deterred. She later reminds him of a lesson she learned during her soap-opera days, when she was asked to play her own father who became pregnant despite a vasectomy and portray what remains the longest-running demonic possession in daytime: “We were No. 1. Every project has potential. If you allow yourself to see it, and give it the respect it deserves, others just may follow suit.”The episode, written by executive producer/co-star Dan Levy, culminates with Moira standing in a large nest in front of a green screen and delivering a stirring monologue as Dr. Clara Mandrake — who’s now half-human, half-crow. To quote Blaire (guest star James Cade), “I don’t know why, or really even how, but something about this actually works.” READ MOREYES, SCHITT’S CREEK REALLY IS THAT GOODWe regret having slept on this clever and occasionally poignant show for so long—maybe you will, too.For whatever reason, I was initially reluctant to watch Schitt’s Creek. For years, even. Maybe it was the title, which suggested something crass and obvious, a small-town satire of hicks and rubes and the snobs who scoff at them. Or maybe the Canadianness of the show off-put me somehow—though as a nearly lifelong Degrassi fan, a few “sore-ys” shouldn’t have bothered me.I certainly wasn’t deterred by the cast, or at least the grande dame of the group, Catherine O’Hara—an undersung comedic genius whose presence alone ought to have brought me running. Yet I avoided the series, didn’t much listen to friends who told me it was good, ignored O’Hara’s siren call. How foolish I was! READ MOREKNOW YOUR SCHITT! A GUIDE TO THE CAST & CHARACTERS OF SCHITT’S CREEKSchitt’s Creek has kicked off its fifth season so you may already be well-acquainted with the fish-out-of-water tale of a bankrupt clan from the big city banished to a rural town with an expletive-adjacent name they bought as a joke. You may already know that Eugene Levy and his son, showrunner Dan Levy, co-created Schitt’s Creek together making it an on-and-off screen family affair. You’ve probably seen the Twitter campaigns to give the show all the awards. If you are watching Schitt’s Creek, you know its popularity is due to its sidesplitting cast of lovable misfits and the actors who portray them. READ MORE‘SCHITT’S CREEK’ FLOWS SMOOTHLY INTO SEASON 5A sitcom lucky enough to reach its fifth season has managed to navigate its vulnerable infancy, its nervous childhood, its awkward adolescence and its halting young-adulthood. Like most of us at that stage of life, it knows what it is — enough to convincingly fake it, anyway — and it can finally get on with the business of being that.College is done, the world beckons, they’re at peak confidence and vitality. The hard work’s over, right? Smooth sailing!Wrong. The real work is only beginning. READ MOREcenter_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment This is a story Levy has heard, in one version or another, over and over again since the show premiered almost four years ago. “The most vulnerable place you can be is in front of your television screen,” he says. “To change conversations in people’s households about the beauty of gay love is an unbelievable thing to behold.” READ MORE Advertisement HOW DAN LEVY MADE THE FUNNIEST SHOW ON TVDan Levy might not have meant to make the most consistently perfect 20-ish minutes of television regularly available, but he has: Schitt’s Creek (the fifth season of which premieres on Pop tonight) is laugh-out-loud funny situational and observational comedy that is somehow as dry as it is warm. Amid a landscape of heavy-handed “political” shows and unintelligent fluff, his show has steadily emerged as an oasis of good humor, sweetness, and gentle snark. Levy, as its showrunner and one of its stars, is to thank for many of Schitt’s Creek’s pleasures, as well as its central concept, which could not be better suited for our current Trump era: rich people getting what they deserve.Though his father, Eugene Levy, has made a career—namely with Second City, Christopher Guest’s comedies, and in seminal teen gross-outs like American Pie—out of straight-playing, slightly bumbling everyman roles realized with both outright ridiculousness and dignity, Dan Levy began his own rise to televised fame as a host on a Canadian after-show for The Hills. This knowledge—of reality television and its chronicling of American ostentatiousness—has served him well: David Rose, his character on the show, with his all-black designer wardrobe and its curious embellishments, could have been plucked from any number of MTV’s reality offerings, past or present; the gist of the plot (swindled out of their fortune, the Roses are dropped into a ridiculously named rural town their patriarch bought as a joke and forced to get jobs and find purpose as they attempt to scheme and strive their way back into the lives they left behind) would be welcome on Bravo’s slate at any time of day. READ MORESCHITT’S CREEK IS SO EXCELLENT BECAUSE DAN LEVY CALLS THE SHOTSDuring a benefit for the Trevor Project last year, Dan Levy was approached by a total stranger. She opened up to him (in a crowd of over 800 people) about her upbringing as a queer person in a very religious family, alluding to difficulties with her mother, in particular. But then, she finished her story by thanking him. His show, Schitt’s Creek, which has its season 5 premiere tomorrow, was a favorite of her mom’s. And when the pansexual character David (portrayed by Levy) finally found love with Patrick (played by Noah Reid) in season four, it changed something in their mother-daughter dynamic. Her mom finally understood a little something about the distance between them. Twitterlast_img read more


Mixedrace families on rise in real life so why all the fussMixedrace families on rise in real life so why all the fuss


AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Leanne Italie, The Associated Press Posted Jun 5, 2013 1:20 pm MDT Mixed-race families on rise in real life, so why all the fuss over Cheerios ad on TV? NEW YORK, N.Y. – A mom sits at her kitchen table when her grade schooler saunters up with a big box of Cheerios.“Mom,” says the girl. “Dad told me Cheerios is good for your heart. Is that true?”Cut to dad waking from a nap on the living room couch with a pile of Cheerios on his chest (where his heart is) crunchily cascading to the floor.The message is in line with the company’s Heart Healthy campaign, except this 30-second ad features a black dad, white mom and biracial child and produced enough vitriol on YouTube last week that Cheerios requested the comments section be turned off.This week, the company is standing by the fictitious family, which reflects a black-white racial mix uncommon in commercials today, especially in ads on TV, at a time when interracial and interethnic couples are on the rise in real life, according to 2010 U.S. Census data, brand strategists and marketing consultants.“The reality is that in general most big companies don’t want to take a lot of risks,” said Laura Ries, who has written five books on marketing and brand strategy and consults for companies large, small and in between.“The ability for nameless, faceless people to get on the Internet is out there, and companies don’t like it when people yell at them,” she said.Camille Gibson, vice-president of marketing for Cheerios, said it’s the first time the ad campaign that focuses on family moments has featured an interracial couple, with General Mills Inc. casting the actors to reflect the changing U.S. population.“We felt like we were reflecting an American family,” Gibson said.As a large company, Minneapolis-based General Mills is used to getting some degree of negative feedback and wasn’t surprised by the comments on YouTube, she said, but it was the first time the company requested the site turn the comments section off because of the vitriol.Another site, Reddit, filtered out negative comments on a thread started with a comment in support of the ad. The site left Cheerios defenders’ remarks online.The national ad will continue running as scheduled for several more months and Cheerios isn’t planning any changes, Gibson said. She declined to say whether the campaign would feature interracial ads going forward.Overall, Gibson said, the feedback has been overwhelmingly supportive: “Consumers are actually responding very positively to the ad.”With millions of ad dollars at stake, how seriously do big companies like Cheerios take racist backlashes? Very, said Allen Adamson, managing director of the branding firm Landor Associates, but caving to critics is just as dangerous to a company as large as Cheerios.“Advertisers for many years always took the safe route, which was to try to ruffle no feathers and in doing so became less and less authentic and real,” he said. “To succeed today, big brands like Cheerios need to be in touch with what’s authentic and true about American families.”Those families include married couples of different races and ethnicities who grew by 28 per cent in the decade between 2000 and 2010, from 7 per cent to 10 per cent, Census data shows.“The traditional approach depicting the old ‘Leave it to Beaver’ family, while offending no one, is not very realistic,” Adamson said.In addition to Cheerios, General Mills makes Betty Crocker cake mixes, Pillsbury refrigerated dough and Yoplait yogurts. The ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi, which created the ad, referred a call from The Associated Press to its client.Actor Charles Malik Whitfield, who portrays the sleeping dad in the spot, thanked supporters of the ad and sees an opportunity for opening a dialogue with its detractors.“Let’s not pretend racism doesn’t exist. Let’s not pretend that we’ve come so far. Let’s be conscious of and appreciate the noise, and the negativity, because there’s so much work to be done,” he said in a telephone interview from Los Angeles.Cheerios is not the first brand to show a black and white couple with a biracial child. A TV commercial for Blockbuster recently featured a white mom, black dad and biracial son enjoying a rental on the couch. As far back as 2009, Philadelphia Cream Cheese and its “spread a little joy” campaign had a black man and white woman (no wedding bands) enjoying a bagel breakfast in bed.In another along those lines, a black woman is shown kissing a white man as the two stir a bit of Philadelphia Cream Cheese into a pasta sauce and kiss.Nina Barton, senior marketing director for Philadelphia Cream Cheese in Glenview, Ill., said in an email that the 140-year-old brand also believes its advertising “should reflect what American families look like today.”She added: “While we did receive comments, both positive and negative, in response to our national campaign, it didn’t influence our future casting decisions.”In the case of Cheerios, Ries said, the benefits outweigh the risks.“It’s important for brands to take risks in line with what their brand is about,” she said. “In this case Cheerios is the first food of children everywhere.”___AP Food Industry Writer Candice Choi in New York contributed to this report. read more


Northern Gateway pipeline unlikely to start up by 2018 according to projectNorthern Gateway pipeline unlikely to start up by 2018 according to project


AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by News Staff Posted Sep 4, 2014 11:11 am MDT The president of the Northern Gateway pipeline says the possibility of a 2018 start-up date is “quickly evaporating.”John Carruthers says the company planning to build the project, Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB), is focused on getting support from First Nations groups along the pipeline’s route through British Columbia.He told a Calgary business audience that the process of “re-engagement” with First Nations will take time and he’s not too fussed about keeping to a schedule. Northern Gateway, which has been in the works for six years, received regulatory approval in June, but the company has said it’s not in a rush to put shovels in the ground.In addition to discussions with First Nations, Enbridge is also in the process of pinning down a new cost estimate and working through 209 conditions imposed with the regulatory approval.If built, Northern Gateway would ship 525,000 barrels per day of diluted oilsands crude from the Edmonton area to Kitimat, B.C., where the oil would be loaded onto tankers and shipped to Asia. Northern Gateway pipeline unlikely to start up by 2018, according to project president read more


UN agency condemns attacks on Palestinian refugees in SyriaUN agency condemns attacks on Palestinian refugees in Syria


The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) expressed concern after reports of Palestinian children being killed or injured by explosions near their schools.On Monday, Basem al-Hindi, a 14-year-old Palestinian refugee sustained serious wounds to his head when a suspected mortar round exploded on a public road in Damascus, the capital. A few hours later, Basem died of his wounds, UNRWA stated in a news release.The incident occurred just a few metres from UNRWA’s Tantouri School, where Basem was a student. Tantouri is one of 30 schools managed by the Agency and currently functioning in the wider area of Rif Damascus.According to UNRWA, another student was injured by the same explosion while a Syrian man and his two daughters were killed. The explosion reportedly targeted a checkpoint recently set up close to the school.“UNRWA is saddened by this tragic and violent end to the life of a Palestine refugee child and three members of a Syrian family,” said the Agency. “The thoughts of UNRWA and its staff are with the families of all those involved, both Palestinian and Syrian.”UNRWA underlined that all sides must comply with their international legal obligations to respect human life and protect refugees and other civilians in armed conflict, and added that “no military or political objective could justify such blatant disregard for the safety of children or the sanctity of human life.”Up to 70,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed since the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began in March 2011. In addition, more than 900,000 people have fled to neighbouring countries, 2 million have been internally displaced and over 4 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance.“UNRWA, once more and with a renewed sense of urgency, reiterates its previous calls to all concerned parties to resolve the conflict in Syria through dialogue and negotiations,” the Agency said. read more


Bangladesh Ban deeply saddened at loss of life and injuries in buildingBangladesh Ban deeply saddened at loss of life and injuries in building


“He extends his sincere condolences to the Government and people of Bangladesh,” his spokesperson said in a statement issued today. “He expresses his deepest sympathies to those who have lost loved ones or have been otherwise affected by this tragedy.”Mr. Ban stated the UN’s readiness to provide any assistance that may be needed in the wake of Wednesday’s collapse of the eight-storey Rana Plaza building. The accident has reportedly killed at least 307 people, while as many as 50 survivors have been located so far. He has also expressed his sympathies in a letter to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.


Week in Westminster – Week ending Friday 10 January 2014Week in Westminster – Week ending Friday 10 January 2014


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Quarterback duo sparks Ohio State offense in 5514 victory over IllinoisQuarterback duo sparks Ohio State offense in 5514 victory over Illinois


OSU redshirt-sophomore quarterback Cardale Jones (12) hurdles a defender during a game Nov. 1 against Illinois at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 55-14.Credit: Ben Jackson / For The LanternIf the Ohio State offense was looking past the Illinois Fighting Illini, and toward next week’s matchup with No. 7 Michigan State, it didn’t show.The Buckeye offense bounced back from a subpar performance against Penn State as it routed the Fighting Illini, 55-14, Saturday night in Ohio Stadium.  Leading the way for the Buckeyes was a two-headed monster at quarterback as redshirt-freshman J.T. Barrett and redshirt-sophomore Cardale Jones combined for 334 of OSU’s 545 total offensive yards.Following the game, coach Urban Meyer said he was ultimately happy with how both quarterbacks played.“J.T. missed a couple of wide open guys early in that game. But I was really impressed by the way he came back and he made some very good plays in the second quarter,” Meyer said. “And Cardale, I think that was the first time we let him play. And he was in there with some really young linemen and still moved the ball. So I thought did he very well.”Barrett, who entered the game nursing a sprained MCL suffered against Penn State, said after the game that the injury didn’t affect the way he played against Illinois, despite missing multiple open throws.“The knee didn’t really give me any problems throughout the game,” he said. “That’s all on me. The receivers did a great job of getting open, I just have to do a better job of getting the ball to them.”Co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom Herman said following the game that while Barrett’s missed passes are a concern, he isn’t worried about the redshirt-freshman ironing out the mistakes.“He missed some open throws that we would have liked to have competed,” Herman said. “We will figure that part out, I don’t have any hesitation there. He is one of, if not the most accurate quarterback I have ever coached.”Barrett finished the day 15-24 passing for 167 yards and two scores, both to senior wide receiver Devin Smith.Smith’s two touchdowns on the night put him in a tie with former Buckeye wide receiver Santonio Holmes for third all-time on OSU’s career touchdown receptions list with 25.Smith attributed his relationship with Barrett on the field to his big game.“I have confidence in him and he has confidence in me,” Smith said after the game. “When you got that connection with QB and receiver, it’s night and day.”Jones came in to start the second half with OSU up 31-0 and picked up where Barrett left off, throwing for two scores of his own, the first a 27-yard touchdown toss to sophomore H-back Dontre Wilson.Barrett said after the game that he was not surprised Jones was able to come in and execute on offense in his absence.“You really don’t know what you are going to get (with Jones),” Barrett said. “He is hurdling people, he is dropping dimes out there to Dontre against man coverage. Cardale is a great player and he is just getting better.”A slight surprise for the Buckeye offense was freshman running back Curtis Samuel getting the start over sophomore running back Ezekiel Elliott, who had started the first seven games of the year for OSU.Meyer said it was ultimately OSU running backs coach Stan Drayton’s decision of to give Samuel his first career start.“Stan Drayton came to me in the middle of the week and said ‘I’d like to start Curtis Samuel this week, he’s doing everything right, and practices at an extremely high level,’” Meyer said. “And we still have great confidence in Zeke but we have two guys that can play.”Herman attributed some of Samuel’s development and rise to the starting lineup to Drayton’s coaching.“Coach Drayton does a hell of a job developing him and coaching him, but I think it was pretty apparent early in the spring that … we might have a real tailback here,” Herman said. “That certainly added to where we are at right now.”The Buckeyes are now faced with their biggest test of the season as they are scheduled to take on the No. 7 Spartans, the team that defeated OSU in the 2013 Big Ten Championship game and ended a 24-game winning streak. Meyer said following the win over Illinois that one factor will ultimately decide who comes out on top in East Lansing, Mich.“It’s all about the most prepared team. That’s what’s going to win this game,” he said. “This is a motivated team. And I think the most prepared team will win it.”The Buckeyes and Spartans are scheduled to face off Saturday. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. read more


Cross country teams set for final meet before Big Ten ChampionshipsCross country teams set for final meet before Big Ten Championships


The cross country Big Ten Championships meet is more than two weeks away, but the Ohio State men’s and women’s cross country teams will get a chance to run against championship-level competition Friday. The Buckeyes will run at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational Oct. 14 in Madison, Wis. The meet will feature a number of ranked teams. Nineteen men’s teams are ranked in the top 30 in the country with the women’s field including 18 of the top 30 teams. OSU men’s head coach Robert Gary said having such a high number of good teams at one meet outside of the NCAA National Championship is a rarity. “This is an unprecedented number of great teams, usually you don’t get this many good teams at one meet until the national meet,” he said. Coaches from both OSU’s men’s and women’s teams said they are excited their runners are getting a chance to compete at a high level before championship season. “I think one of the good things about this meet is you have such good competition,” OSU women’s assistant coach Chris Neal said. “I think it’s a good chance for some of our girls to get out and run fast.” Another aspect of the meet that intrigues both coaches is the amount of Big Ten teams that will be in Madison: nine for the men and 10 for the women. A number of teams that the Buckeyes will run against at the Great Lakes regional meet are also a part of the field. Gary said he is looking forward to seeing how his team measures up with the rest of the conference and teams from OSU’s region. Viewing the meet as a “trial run” for the Big Ten championship is something the women are doing according to Neal. “This (meet) will allow us to see where we line up and what moves we need to make over the next couple weeks,” he said. The men will be without one of their top runners, redshirt senior Jake Edwards, who injured his hamstring at the Notre Dame Invitational Sept. 30. Even though Edwards isn’t running, the men think a top-10 finish is possible. “That’d be great,” junior Donny Roys said. “Getting in the top 10 will show that we’re meant to be at the national meet.” The women have aspirations of a high team finish as well, redshirt senior Jordan Jennewine said. “I think as a team we’d really love to be around top 20,” she said. In order for both teams to reach their place goals, running as a pack will be key. “I think we just need to get out and stay together,” Roys said. “We need to work on the last couple miles and staying together from the beginning.” Jennewine said having a small split between the first and fifth runner is important for the women to run well. “We already talked about keeping the spread small, and we’ll really keep our point total down,” she said. “When you have a lot of good teams, that’s basically the key to winning.” Coach Neal agreed. “When you’re talking about a field of this size, 15 seconds can be 40 points,” he said. “So, we really have to get our fifth and sixth runners to be up where our two through four runners are.” After running on Friday, the women will have a week off before the Big Ten Championship meet Oct. 30. The men will run at the Eastern Michigan Fall Classic Oct. 21. read more


Sailis late try sends Munster back into the Champions Cup quarterfinalsSailis late try sends Munster back into the Champions Cup quarterfinals


first_img 71 Comments By Murray Kinsella Saturday 14 Jan 2017, 7:33 PM Follow us: the42.ie Glasgow 12Munster 14Murray Kinsella reports from ScotstounFRANCIS SAILI HAS had to watch on as Jaco Taute has become a fan favourite at Munster in his injury-enforced absence, but fit again after his shoulder trouble, the Kiwi struck brilliantly to secure his province a place in the Champions Cup quarter-finals. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHOSaili’s late try against Glasgow earned Munster the win that sees them back in the knockout stages of this competition after the pain of missing out for the last two years.For the 16th time in 22 efforts, Munster are quarter-finalists in Europe. Back where they feel the belong. They will now look to ensure it is a home quarter-final by beating Racing 92 convincingly in Thomond Park next weekend.This victory was not quite aesthetically pleasing, but Rassie Erasmus’ men showed their grit once again to claw their way to success.They stuck determinedly with Glasgow in an often scrappy and always feisty game, even with their usually superb lineout not at optimum levels. The scrum was a see-saw battle, while Munster’s maul didn’t turn up the same success as it often does.Nonetheless, Peter O’Mahony and his hardy team-mates dug in and never let Glasgow put any scoreboard distance on them.Saili’s winning try came in the 72nd minute, with Stuart Hogg in the sin bin, and it was brilliant. Playing with penalty advantage, Tyler Bleyendaal spun the ball wide left to Simon Zebo in the Glasgow 22, the fullback offloading out of the tackle to Keith Earls.Earls looked set to carry hard into contact but turned and released a pass to Saili, looping around to his outside shoulder. The twice-capped All Black put every ounce of this season’s frustration into his finish, scorching past Tommy Seymour and diving over in the left corner. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHOAn edgy first half had left the game poised at 6-6, with Bleyendaal slotting two of his three penalty attempts in the opening 40, but Finn Russell and Hogg both had successful shots at goal too – the fullback hammering his penalty over from the halfway line.Glasgow had made an intelligent start, targeting Munster’s lineout and looking to boss the territory with kicks into the visitors’ backfield. Gregor Townsend’s side also brought an aggressive edge to dealing with Conor Murray, leaving a handful of ever-so-slightly late shoulders in on the influential scrum-half.Dave Kilcoyne went to deck at a 13th-minute scrum to allow Russell to open the scoring, though Munster had a chance to level within four minutes as referee Luke Pearce penalised Warriors tighthead Zander Fagerson for losing his feet at the scrum.An error from Hogg allowed Munster to notch their first points soon after though, the fullback kicking into touch on the full, with a big CJ Stander carry getting Munster onto the front foot, before Lee Jones was pinged for a high tackle on Earls inside the Glasgow 22. Bleyendaal made it 3-3.Munster had a fine chance to take the lead nearing the half-hour mark, after Russell kicked out on the full. A clever lineout play saw Murray put Kilcoyne into a gap, before Niall Scannell, Kilcoyne and O’Mahony made battering carries.The Irish province went wide to the left, however, and Jean Kleyn got isolated on a short carry, with Gordon Reid coming up with the relieving turnover penalty metres out from his own tryline.Jack O’Donoghue found himself isolated on the halfway line soon after, resulting in another turnover penalty and Hogg slammed over the three points. Connacht philosophy on full display as they carve up Zebre for 10-try win‘I feel like I can relate to Munster. I think I’ve got that connection’ Jan 14th 2017, 7:33 PM Munster scorers:Tries: Francis SailiConversions: Tyler Bleyendaal [0 from 1]Penalties: Tyler Bleyendaal [3 from 4]Glasgow scorers:Penalties: Finn Russell [3 from 3], Stuart Hogg [1 from 2] Saili’s late try sends Munster back into the Champions Cup quarter-finals The All Blacks-capped centre proved the match winner for Rassie Erasmus’ men.center_img Source: Billy Stickland/INPHOBut Josh Strauss failed to roll away at a ruck two minutes later and was then marched back 10 metres for his protests, with Bleyendaal taking his chance off the tee after the latest bout of shoving after the whistle.Hogg had a chance to give Glasgow a half-time advantage in the closing minute of the half after a high tackle call against Donnacha Ryan, but his long-range effort was wide to the right.The Scots were by far the more threatening side after the interval, with Hogg making a piercing break wide on the left, but Earls then picked off a Russell pass in the Munster 22 to relieve the pressure.A defensive misread from Stander gave Glasgow their next linebreak, as Russell passed to man of the match Tim Swinson in behind the rapidly advancing Munster number eight. The excellent Andrew Conway halted the Glasgow lock but failed to roll away and Russell put his side 9-6 up from the tee.A partial blockdown from the impressive Kleyn on Russell minutes later put the pressure back on Glasgow and hooker Fraser Brown failed to release in the tackle soon after, allowing Bleyendaal to equalise again.Warriors scrum-half Ali Price reminded Munster of the home side’s attacking quality from their next strong lineout platform, scything through to offload to left wing Jones. However, Munster showed resilience again as Stander pounced over a loose ruck.The Ireland back row did give up the next kickable penalty, however, swimming up the side of a promising Glasgow maul. Russell was on target for a third time to push Glasgow 12-9 ahead with 20 minutes remaining. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHOMurray had to depart for a HIA after getting himself in an awkward position tackling Swinson, having initially stayed on after treatment on the pitch.His temporary replacement, Duncan Williams, marshalled the Munster pack through perhaps their best spell of bludgeoning attack in the Glasgow 22, with the likes of Stander, O’Mahony and the replacement front row of Rhys Marshall, Thomas du Toit and James Cronin muscling up in the carries and at ruck time.Eventually, Bleyendaal spun the ball wide to the right and Conway almost scored in the corner, only to be held up superbly. The TMO review ruled no try, but it also showed a high tackle on Conway by Hogg.In truth, there was minimal contact, but Pearce deemed it worthy of a yellow card. Munster went to the corner rather than taking a tricky shot at goal and their gamble paid off as Saili struck on penalty advantage after Glasgow brought the Munster maul to deck.Bleyendaal’s conversion effort was wide, leaving the game finely poised at 14-12 in the visitors’ favour.Murray – back on the pitch after passing his HIA – was blocked down as he looked to clear from the restart, bringing Munster’s hearts back into mouths, but their defence turned up in stunning fashion to drive Glasgow backwards and force a knock-on from Zander Fagerson.Glasgow threw everything at Erasmus’ men in the closing minutes, breaking down the left through the dynamic Swinson at one stage, but Munster held on to return to the knockout stages of this competition for the first time in three years. 32,139 Views http://the42.ie/3186985 GLASGOW WARRIORS: Stuart Hogg (yellow card ’71); Tommy Seymour, Mark Bennett (Nick Grigg ’63), Alex Dunbar, Lee Jones; Finn Russell, Ali Price; Gordon Reid (Alex Allan ’78), Fraser Brown (Pat MacArthur ’63), Zander Fagerson (D’arcy Rae ’78); Tim Swinson, Jonny Gray (captain); Rob Harley, Ryan Wilson, Josh Strauss (Chris Fusaro ’68).Replacements not used: Matt Fagerson, Grayson Hart, Peter Murchie.MUNSTER: Simon Zebo (Ian Keatley ’73); Andrew Conway, Jaco Taute (Francis Saili ’57), Rory Scannell, Keith Earls; Tyler Bleyendaal, Conor Murray (HIA – Duncan Williams ’65 to ’71); Dave Kilcoyne (James Cronin ’49), Niall Scannell (Rhys Marshall ’67), John Ryan (Thomas Du Toit ’61); Jean Kleyn (Billy Holland ’54), Donnacha Ryan; Peter O’Mahony (captain) (Dave Foley ’73), Jack O’Donoghue, CJ Stander.Referee: Luke Pearce [RFU].Attendance: 7,351.The42 is on Instagram! 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first_img I’ve been a fan of the Assassin’s Creed series ever since the first game released in 2007. The franchise’s focus on history is one of the biggest draws for me. I have spent countless hours reading through each of the game’s codexes. Because of this, I found the lack of codexes in Assassin’s Creed: Origins disappointing. I love the game, but it did feel lacking without that extra layer of information to sift through. Little did I know Ubisoft left codexes out to work on something far more ambitious – Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt.As we reported last year, Discovery Tour takes players on a guided tour through various aspects of Ancient Egyptian life. It removes all instances of combat in order to deliver a learning experience free of mission constraints. The mode provides players with a deeper understanding of the world Assassin’s Creed: Origins takes place in. For all intents and purposes, it is an evolved version of codex entries.Last week, I was lucky enough to attend an event for Discovery Tour. I got to try the mode for myself and saw an informative presentation about the mode’s development. Now that I am free to do so, I’d like to tell you exactly what you can expect when Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt launches next week.Teachers played a huge part in influencing Discovery Tour. Educators have used Assassin’s Creed games to teach history to their students for years. Some found it difficult to teach a proper lesson due to the core game mechanics (story, combat, traversal, etc). Because of that, the Assassin’s Creed team felt it best to create a separate mode for those who want to focus solely on the historical aspect of the series.Discovery Tour’s development went alongside that of Assassin’s Creed: Origins. The team decided on guided tours so players would not feel overwhelmed or lost when initiating one from the map. Historians and students alike helped the team bring the mode to life. The team found that students took to the mode quickly since they are already familiar with video games. On top of extensive notes in each tour, players can look at over 700 images which came from different libraries. The whole thing is a true labor of love, and one the team is proud to bring to life.The new mode features five areas of focus, including Egyptian life, Alexandria, Romans, and the pyramids. Categories are broken down into several sub-categories. Discovery Tours appear on the map as blue icons. Selecting one transports players from the main game to the tour. Map-wise, nothing is different, only there is no combat or missions to worry about. Players are free to initiate any tour they wish. For example, if one is doing the Roman tour, they can stop halfway and fast-travel to the pyramid tour. The ability to freely go from tour is certainly appreciated.When starting a tour, you’ll see several points along a path overlayed on the ground before you. Interacting with one of these points initiates a fixed camera angle with text on the screen. An authoritative-sounding narrator reads the text to players. You are free to move the camera around slightly and you can click on a picture related to the subject you’re learning about. The game also shows when these subjects were first discovered. It pleased me to know that, even today, scientists are still discovering things about Ancient Egypt.While you can freely jump between different tours, I found it best to complete a whole set before moving on. Why? Because each entry is listed in chronological order. If you’re on the pyramid tour, the entries begin with the construction of the first pyramid all the way to how the structures endure into the modern age. Going through each codex in chronological order provides a better understanding of each subject.The tour offers 25 different characters to play as. These include characters like Bayek, Cleopatra, and Julius Caesar. You can even play as a number of non-playable characters. It doesn’t make much difference who you play as since they all have the same basic animations. Still, it’s good that players can choose between so many characters. It certainly makes Discovery Tour all the more interesting.As one walks through a tour, they’ll notice highlighted spots on the ground. Going to one of these white nodes makes characters interact with the environment. This mimics what NPCs do in the background. This feature isn’t exactly necessary, but it adds a nice bit of immersion. Also, it’s just plain fun to make a mighty emperor like Julius Caesar count grain stocks like a peasant.I love the historical nature of Assassin’s Creed, so I’m glad it now has something like Discovery Tour. In all, there are 75 tours for players to enjoy. That’s over six hours of knowledge about Ancient Egyptian life for both adults and children to consume. Best of all, this mode is completely free for anyone that already owns the game. I realize the year has already overwhelmed us with a ton of titles to play. However, if you have Assassin’s Creed: Origins, I highly suggest making time to try out Discovery Tour. I hope you’ll find it as enlightening as I did.Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt lands on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on February 20.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Toy Tuesday: The Deadliest Assassin’s Creed ToysGEEK PICK OF THE DAY: Assassin’s Creed Origins Hidden Blade Stay on targetlast_img read more


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first_imgThe French footballer only scored five La Liga goals last season, but Madrid’s coach still believes in himIn a report by Sports Mole in the United Kingdom, Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui still believes in French forward Karim Benzema.The attacker was off-form last season when he only managed to score five La Liga goals.But he has scored in 192 occasions with Los Merengues, making Madrid’s boss Lopetegui still believe in him.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“With Benzema we are happy. He trained very well, he is in great form, excited and enthusiastic. Surely he will help us in all facets, not only with his goals,” Real’s coach told reporters.“He contributes a lot to the team and we are happy for what he does.”The good news for the French striker: he scored on the 2-1 defeat against Manchester United in the International Champions Cup this pre-season.last_img read more


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first_img Email Meet The Latin Academy Special Awards Honorees los-del-r%C3%ADo-ilan-chester-latin-recording-academy-special-awards News Facebook Twitter Los Del Río To Ilan Chester: Latin Recording Academy Special Awards Lucecita Benítez, João Bosco, Cuco Valoy, and Lalo Schifrin also among group to receive special honorsRenée FabianGRAMMYs Sep 13, 2017 – 4:10 pm Each year the Latin Recording Academy honors esteemed Latin music makers with their Special Awards, including a Lifetime Achievement Award and a Trustees Award. On Sept. 13, The Latin Academy announced this year’s class of Special Awards recipients.Lucecita Benítez, João Bosco, Ilan Chester, Víctor Heredia, Los Del Río (Antonio Romero Monge and Rafael Ruiz Perdigones), Guadalupe Pineda, and Cuco Valoy will receive this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Jon Fausty and Lalo Schifrin will receive the Trustees Award.Benítez began her career as a young Puerto Rican star of Nueva Ola pop, and later grew in international recognition for her contributions to the nueva trova movement and her classic boleros. Singer/songwriter/guitarist Bosco is an essential part of the música popular Brasileira movement in Brazil in the 1960s and ’70s. A Latin GRAMMY-winning musician, Chester is a pioneering Venezuelan singer, keyboardist, arranger, and composer.Argentine singer/songwriter Heredia is arguably best known for his symphonic work about Taki Ongoy, a movement against the Spanish conquest in South America. Los Del Río — comprising Antonio Romero Monge and Rafael Ruiz Perdigones — made their mark on Latin music with the smash crossover 1990s hit, “Macarena.” Mexican singer Pineda, aka the Queen of Bolero, has released more than 30 albums in her career. A Dominican salsa, son montuno and merengue artist, Valoy is arguably best-known for his song “Juliana.”A Latin GRAMMY and GRAMMY winner, Fausty is a sought-after engineer and mixer who has worked with artists such as Celia Cruz, Marc Anthony, Tito Puente, and Eddie Palmieri. Also a Latin GRAMMY and GRAMMY winner, Argentine pianist/composer/arranger/conductor Schifrin is instantly recognizable through his popular themes, including the “Mission—Impossible” theme (GRAMMY Hall Of Fame, 2017) and Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry films.Lifetime Achievement Award for performers who have made unprecedented contributions of outstanding artistic significance to Latin music and the Latin community, and the Trustees Award for individuals who have made significant contributions, other than performance, to Latin music during their careers.”Our 2017 class represents a wide-range of artists that together have contributed to shape Latin music’s iconic rhythms and lyrics throughout history,” said Gabriel Abaroa Jr., Latin Recording Academy President/CEO. “Each honoree is an inspiration to our culture and community as well as a muse for new and contemporary work.”The Lifetime Achievement and Trustees Award honorees will be celebrated during a private ceremony held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas on Nov. 15 as part of the 18th Annual Latin GRAMMY Week. This ceremony will be followed by the 18th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards, which will broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Nov. 16, from 8–11 p.m. ET/PT on Univision.Nominations for the 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards will be announced Sept. 20.Read More About The Latin Recording Academy HonoreesRead morelast_img read more


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first_imgIt seems that EA is having a problem getting Unravel trademarked. The company filed to trademark the game last year, but has since been denied the trademark by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Why? Because there’s already a board game with that title.Much like how Sony was denied the trademark for “Let’s Play” over product confusion, EA is having a similar issue with the board game called “Beary’s Unravel Game.” The issue here isn’t that the products are too similar in a side-by-side comparison, but that the two are “similar in terms of their overall commercial impression that confusion as to the source of the goods and/or services offered under the respective marks is likely to result.”The USPTO denied EA’s trademark filing on June 22, 2015. From that time, EA had six months to dispute that decision. They never did, and on December 23, 2015, the tradermark filing was abandoned. The abandonment notice was filed on January, 19 2016.What does this mean for the game, then? EA isn’t going to cancel it over this, but it could change the title to something different. That might be a bit of an extreme action to take, and is certainly not something that usually happens, but they may be forced to do so.As many pointed out on NeoGAF, EA could rename it to “Yarny,” or have something similar to that name in the title. Yarny is the character you play as in the game and during their promotion of Unravel, EA has always put his name in the forefront. It wouldn’t be that far of a stretch to just put the character’s name on the cover. However, Unravel is a more modern-sounding name, and something like “Yarny’s Adventure” feels like a throwback to the ’80s and ’90s.Unravel, or whatever the game may be called, is set to be released on February 9 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.last_img read more


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first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Motorists are urged to drive safely in these wet conditions, as a number of road accidents have been reported already.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! Heavy rain and flash flooding is expected in many parts of KwaZulu-Natal, states the South African Weather Services.Rain and cold is expected throughout the day in Ladysmith and surrounding areas today (March 22).Read initial story: Warning: Rain and cold predicted in Ladysmith for the rest of the dayAlso read: Update: Severe thunderstorm predicted for Kwa Zulu NatalAlso read: Warning: Severe thunderstorm predicted for Kwa Zulu NatalPoor visibility is reported on Van Reenen’s Pass and on the N3.last_img read more


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first_imgYou vowed you’d never do it again. But then they booked that all-inclusive trip to the Bahamas and before you knew it you were on a 14-hour flight with your parents for two weeks of family fun, feuding and frustration.Find flightsHolidaying with your parents, especially as an adult or once you’ve flown the nest, is never the same as those childhood trips. Sunnydays at the seaside, or rainy weekends in a caravan in Bognor; we may look back on family holidays gone by with fond memories, but the reality post-puberty can be very different. Nevertheless, trips with mummy and daddy dearest needn’t be a nightmare. Check out these 10 family holiday survival tips:1. Make thoughtful gesturesLet them know that you appreciate the invitation to join them on holiday. After all, it may turn out a disaster, but their hearts are in the right place. If they’re picking up the tab then all the more reason to do a few good turns. Stick your hand in your pocket and pay for dinner, or buy your mum a coffee after you’ve spent a morning souvenir shopping. But some of the best ways to be polite are totally free, like sharing driving duties or offering to carry their luggage up to the hotel room – whilst at the same time desperately scanning the hotel lobby for a fully functioning lift.2. Make your own scheduleYou’ll probably have a different routine from your parents, the result of no longer living under the same roof. If you go to bed late, or trade the morning breakfast buffet for a late night salsa dancing session, make sure they realise this and that you won’t be needing an 8am alarm call. Similarly, if they want to go to bed before sundown or eat an early dinner, accept this but just make sure you have your own plans and stick to them. By setting realistic expectations on your individual schedules neither party will miss out on what they want to do or feel like they’re waiting around for the other. 6. Let them loose on the dancefloorThis is their time to let their hair down, after doing such an incredible job raising you! As a teenager (and maybe still now) you may have been embarrassed by their dance moves or rather have been seen dead than in a karaoke bar while dad belts out a Sinatra number, but this is their holiday too. They’ve saved for the trip and whilst you live it up every weekend, this is be their once in a blue moon chance to really be young at heart again. So suck it up, let them have some fun, and remember point 5, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel…7. Research everythingThis is usually sage advice when holidaying with anyone, but when it comes to jetting off with your parents, research is key. From finding out how to get from the airport to the hotel, to swotting up on local point of interest or famous restaurants that are close by; knowing a little about your destination will help avoid any clashes over travel arrangements or frustrations about missing out on some must-see spots.Check out our travel podcast: How to survive a family holiday8. Bring a phone chargerNot only for panicked calls to friends, partners, work colleagues – basically anyone who isn’t a family member within a one-mile radius – when things get tense, a phone charger is the key to music, videos and WiFi access on the move. Keep your phone fully charged and switch off by listening to your favourite album or watching cute cats do tricks on YouTube. When you’re done, hopefully situations will have been diffused and you can all carry on with your jolly holiday. Keeping a phone camera handy is also a great idea for capturing any unintentionally hilarious moments (see point 6) to torture them with for the rest of the trip. 3. Argue. Apologise. Move on.Accept that you’re probably going to have one or two travel tiffs, and when they happen you won’t be able to run back to your own home and avoid each other until the dust settles. So the easiest way is to give up the high ground, apologise and move on as swiftly as possible. You may end up taking the blame unnecessarily, but this way you won’t have to endure the silent treatment and both sides can still enjoy their holiday.4. Be gratefulA family holiday could mean that instead of battling for beach towel space on the crowded sands of some Spanish Costa, you’re sunning yourself in South America. With years of experience, and no children to consider, parents sometimes have better taste and more holiday spends to splash out on far-flung getaways; so be grateful that you’ve been brought along for the ride! Plus, they spent years in family-friendly resorts making sure you were entertained, when all they may have wanted to do was read a book in peace or sip cocktails in the sunshine. Remember this sacrifice and show your gratitude by letting them have some fun in the sun. 5. Accept that they are lightweightsTraining done during student days, or simply spending more Friday nights down the pub than your folks, means that you probably drink more than them. This is of course a sweeping statement, but when they’re ready to hit the hay after a few sherries and you’re just getting ready to hit the clubs, remember it’s important for holiday survival that you have your own agenda (see point 2) and respect that of each other. They were young once and should understand this, and you never know, they may even give you a run for your money in propping up the bar. Related10 tips for flying with kids: secrets of travelling with toddlersHow to keep your kids happy at 30,000 feet: a frequent-flying mum reveals her top tips.How to have a family holiday for less than £500It’s not too late to book your August family holiday! We’ve found five holidays in Europe that will set you back less than £500 for flights and accommodation for a family of four, plus a few essentials for any family getaway; ice cream and beer. Check out these amazing value…First holiday together: 10 tips to make it holiday heavenThey say a first holiday can make or break a couple. You’re with each other 24 hours a day, you see each other at your best, worst, sunburnt and hungover and personal space? What’s that? 9. Book separate roomsFor most of the reasons already explained, you do not want to be on a camp bed in the corner of your parents’ hotel room. To get the most out of the trip you must be able to come and go as you please, so you can stagger in at 6am, or get up before dawn for a yoga session on the beach without disturbing mum and dad’s beauty sleep and getting the holiday off on a bad foot every morning.10. Pack a sense of humourSometimes, laughter really is the best cure and you’ll just have to smile and shrug it off. Keep things light and help dad see the brighter side of his hilarious bald-patch sunburn, or mum’s poolside swimsuit faux-pas. A kind smile can banish any bad feelings and a giggle will keep holiday spirits high.Read on for more holiday survival tips:10 tips for surviving a group holiday10 tips for holidays with teenagers10 tips for flying with kids – the secret of travelling with toddlershttps://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/110919351&color=ff5500Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more


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