Following his high profile appearance during the Super Bowl LIII halftime show on Sunday night, Big Boi has announced a reunion tour with Atlanta hip-hop collective Dungeon Family.The April stretch will see Big Boi join up with fellow veteran Dungeon Family acts like Goodie Mob, Organized Noize, KP The Great, Sleepy Brown and more for stops in Chicago, Nashville, New Orleans, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., New York, Boston, and Asheville. As of now, there is no word on whether Big Boi’s Outkast counterpart, Andre 3000, will take part in the Dungeon Family reunion tour. You can listen to Dungeon Family’s sole album, 2001’s Even In Darkness, below:Dungeon Family – Even In DarknessIn addition to the Dungeon Family tour announcement and the Super Bowl appearance, Big Boi has released a video for new single, “Doin’ It”, which features Sleepy Brown. The “Doin It” single, originally released last week, also includes “Return of the Dope Boi” ft. Dungeon Family cohorts Killer Mike (Run The Jewels) and Backbone. Check out the video for “Doin It” below:Big Boi ft. Sleepy Brown – “Doin It” [Official Video][Video: Big Boi]New tracks and tours aren’t the only ventures Big Boi is pushing following his Super Bowl appearance. He also just launched a new clothing line. You can cop your own ATLiens satin jacket (as seen during the halftime show performance) via the Outkast website.See below for a full list of Dungeon Family tour dates. For more details and ticketing information for the upcoming tour, head to the tour website here.Dungeon Family 2019 Tour Dates04/14 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues04/16 – Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works04/17 – New Orleans, LA @ The Fillmore New Orleans04/18 – Dallas, TX @ Bomb Factory04/20 – Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theater04/22 – Washington, DC @ The Howard Theater04/23 – New York, NY @ Terminal 504/24 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore04/25 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues04/27 – Asheville, NC @ Salvage StationView Tour Dates
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis A suspect has been identified for multiple vehicle thefts that took place in Rogers City last week.According to the Rogers City Police Department, a pick-up truck was stolen from a residence on South Sixth Street between late Thursday night and early Friday morning.A vehicle was also stolen from a 3rd Avenue residence. Police are currently searching for the suspect, and Chief Matthew Quaine is encouraging residents to keep their property locked and secure.If you have any information on these incidents you’re encouraged to call 989–734–2330.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious An Exclusive Day of Fishing for KidsNext Campbell Street Reconstruction Begins
Allen Hurns wasn’t without a team for very long.Just a few days after being released by the Cowboys, the 27-year-old agreed to a one-year deal with the Dolphins early Friday, the team announced. Hurns’ new deal reportedly is worth up to $3 million. Hurns told NFL Media he has “no limitations” as he’s coming off a gruesome leg injury suffered in the Cowboys’ 24-22 win over the Seahawks in the wild-card round of last season’s playoffs. Cardinals’ Kyler Murray starts training camp as ‘the future of the franchise,’ coach Kliff Kingsbury says Hurns, who played high school and college football in Miami, had 20 catches for 295 yards and two touchdowns last season for Dallas — easily the least productive season of his career. He went undrafted in 2014 before catching on with the Jaguars, where he spent four seasons and caught 21 touchdowns.Now back in the state of Florida, Hurns joins a team in full rebuild mode and will compete for targets with Albert Wilson, DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills. “If he’s not ready to compete for a position, this isn’t the place for him. Allen understands that,” Flores said. “There’s no solidified or locked in spots here. You’ve got to earn them.” We have signed WR Allen Hurns and activated safety T.J. McDonald off the physically unable to perform list.Full Release: https://t.co/1SkByr55bm— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) July 26, 2019″The decision was to bring in competition, bring in what we feel like is a good player, someone who embodies a lot of the characteristics we are [talking] about,” Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said of Hurns on Thursday. “He’s tough, he’s competitive, he’s been reliable over the course of the career.”Dallas hoped to keep Hurns at a smaller price tag than what he was due in the final season of the two-year, $12 million deal he signed with the team last offseason. However, Hurns wanted to see what he could get on the open market. Related News Saints offered to make Michael Thomas highest-paid receiver in NFL, report says Ezekiel Elliott contract: Cowboys star seeking record deal, report says
A chef who was swerving from right to left on a road in Letterkenny has been banned from driving for three years after pleading guilty to drink driving.David Tulio appeared at Letterkenny District Court. The court heard that Garda Grainne McLoone was traveling down Lower Main Street in Letterkenny on October 10th last when she saw a Nissan Kashqai driving slowly.The driver failed to indicate going right up Convent Road and was then swerving from right to left on the road.Tulio, of Thornberry, Letterkenny was arrested and taken to Letterkenny Garda station when he was found positive for drink driving.Mr Tulio, who has no previous convictions, said he was a chef working in Dungloe.Judge Paul Kelly fined the accused man €200 and banned him from driving for three years.He postponed the driving ban until April 13th next year.Chef who was swerving across road is banned for three years was last modified: October 14th, 2019 by StephenShare 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)
Beyond Sport is a UK organisation that can help young men and women apply the skills and values they learn through playing sport to all aspects of their lives. • Ellis uses sport to build a better world • Promising future for South African football• Fifa World Cup Legacy Trust has changed lives • Dreamfields changes lives• Women’s sport in the spotlight with gsportShamin ChibbaNelson Mandela once said that sport had the power to change the world, to inspire, and to unite people in a way little else did. These words of the late statesman echoed through the 2014 Beyond Sport Summit and Awards held in Johannesburg between 28 and 30 October.Beyond Sport, a global non-profit organisation that promotes the use of sport to create positive social change, used the event to explore ways in which sport could be used to tackle a range of issues affecting society, such as HIV/Aids, poverty and even bullying. It was the second time the event was held in South Africa; the first was in Cape Town in 2011. According to Nick Keller, Beyond Sport’s founder, the event returned to our shores because the country had the potential to become the world leader in using sport for social change.“The South African sports industry is very vibrant and passionate,” said Keller. “With that vibrancy and the support of the business world, against the context of social issues here, you have a fantastic opportunity to become a world leader of sport for social change. So for us to come down here really takes us to the heart of where we believe sport for social change can have the greatest impact.”Among the speakers at the event was former Bafana Bafana and Leeds United legend, Lucas Radebe. Speaking to Media Club South Africa at the Nike Football Training Centre in Soweto, Radebe said that as a Beyond Sport ambassador, he aimed to pass on to the youth the values he had grown up with and even had learned during his playing career. The footballer espouses discipline, a good work ethic and, most of all, honesty: “In my career, I played for four teams, and one of the values I learned was honesty. I was honest to each and every team. I never went from one club to another.”He said the recent killing of Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa could be related to a lack of values and role models. Sportsmen and women today had a big responsibility in that they needed to carry the values they learned into every aspect of their lives. “We need to see more of the current players being the role models, exercising the values on and off the field of play. Every weekend the kids are watching and they want to play like [Bafana Bafana footballer] Rivaldo Coetzee.”The Meyiwa tragedy did not bode well for the image of South Africa, Radebe added. “We are trying to make our country safe for tourists and foreign businesspeople who want to come and improve our country, invest in our country. [The killing] doesn’t paint a great picture outside of South Africa. This is something we have to learn from and engage ourselves to make sure it doesn’t happen to the future leaders of this country.” Former Bafana Bafana captain, Lucas Radebe, was this year’s Beyond Sport ambassador. He said more role models are needed to inspire young sportsmen and women. (Image Shamin Chibba)Radebe’s purposeRemembering where he came from – Diepkloof in Soweto – had forged his path through life, Radebe said. Being a footballer during South Africa’s transition from apartheid to democracy had sharpened his career. “It moulded me into who I am in terms of values and withstanding challenges and being hungry for success.”Having achieved so much at international and club levels, he was now focused on creating opportunities for young professional footballers. “I want to bring guidance as well as knowledge of what football can do to change one’s life and [affect] you as an individual and society.”Origins of Beyond SportKeller was not much of an academic during his adolescence. He describes himself as a poor student, who “didn’t understand what people were talking about in class”. But he did understand what happened on the playing field. “I found solace on the rugby pitch, the tennis court, the swimming pool, the hockey field, any place that took me out of that place of discomfort, which was the classroom, where I felt a lesser self than I did on the sports field,” he said.The lessons he learned as a sportsman led to his founding of Beyond Sport in 2009; Keller decided to use sport as a tool for social change when he noticed that no one else was doing so. He called on Barclays Bank for support and it agreed immediately. “We knew that sport could be a very good protagonist for the corporate world to engage.”He said the biggest issue facing humanity at the moment was the growing young population. As a result, the youth was the most excluded group of people, the most unemployed and the ones suffering from poor education.Beyond Sport’s purpose was to find a way to engage with these young people. “The same conversation has to happen in London, Johannesburg, Nairobi, and in the smaller villages and towns,” said Keller. “This movement towards urban environments is putting young people in peril and making them more excluded. The challenge is much the same worldwide. Because as we all move to urban environments, we all face urban problems.” The Nike Football Training Centre in Soweto hosted the second day of the Beyond Sport Summit, which featured a number of workshops on issues ranging from HIV/Aids to youth development in cricket. (Image: Shamin Chibba) Calling on business to helpBeyond Sport, Keller said, was sending the message to corporates that they needed to be a part of society and that they could help to create positive change while meeting their business objectives. “We are of the view that the Barclays and Absas of this world can help to drive their business and create more sustainable change. And what we see is that not all profit is equal. Profit that drives social change is of more interest to us than anything else.”Philanthropy had changed in that it was no longer just about corporate social responsibility, when companies felt obliged to help society and felt good about themselves for doing so. Nowadays, he said, businesses wanted to understand the impact they were having on the people they were helping.In South Africa, philanthropy sat between corporate social responsibility, Keller said, and what he called shared value, which allowed companies to make a tangible impact on society. “With corporate social responsibility we have always seen profit as an apple, and a bite out of that apple. But what we are interested in is a company engaging in social change that can grow the size of the apple itself.”This idea of shared value was driving Barclays in the United Kingdom to try to get five million young men and women employed and their life skills improved. “It shows a great understanding that if Barclays can support that many people [it] will also have more customers, more prosperous customers and [its] desire to help people achieve their ambitions in the right way is going to help [the bank to] drive business as well.”The summit and awards have been taken to London, Chicago and Cape Town. Speakers at past events have included David Beckham, Muhammad Ali, Francois Pienaar and Tony Blair.
A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Facebook now publishes its millions of user generated event listings according to the standardized microformats hCalendar and hCard, according to an announcement today by microformats community leader Tantek Çelik. That means that the venues where all these events are being held are now described in a universally standardized way. If Facebook were to take one more step and allow websites other than the big 3 search engines to index its events listings, then that could tip the scales and move everyone in the industry to understand places around the world in the same simple terms. Joe’s Diner in Denver could be understood to be the same place across Facebook, Foursquare and a world of other location-aware applications if only one giant player in location listings had high-quality Place database marked up in the hCard microformat and publicly accessible. Is Facebook going to do that? Probably not. On the right, you can see the front page of Gowalla’s iPhone app. Gowalla now aggregates check-ins from my contacts on its service, on Facebook and on Foursquare. You can see that the top check-in at Petco Pet Supplies is from a Gowalla friend. I could drill down through that Place and learn all about the location: its address, it’s phone number, notes and photos left, previous check-ins. But below that is a check-in from Facebook. “Keene High School?” Gowalla asks if I try to click through to the Place page. “Never heard of it!” Come on Facebook, now that you’ve described these Places in hCal – won’t you let other services come in and make a record of the places your users have gone, in a common standard format that all apps can understand?Facebook allows Google, Bing and Yahoo to index its events listings, but not other search and indexing services. Parties seeking to index publicly available Facebook data are required to sign a legal contract and in some cases even after they are willing to do that, get the cold shoulder from Facebook headquarters.One of the morals of the social media story is this: by giving up control over information, by sharing instead of hoarding, we might lose out on some short term advantage based on scarcity. But we will gain influence, good will and advantage by helping the larger ecosystem of innovation move much, much faster. Facebook would do well to consider that strategy with the huge database of Places it has compiled, now dressed up in standardized format, but given nowhere to go.The addition of microformats to event listings today, without a loosening of the limitations on indexing, means little more than that one person can interact with one event at a time using a browser plug-in that few people are likely to install. So much more could be made possible.Well-backed data startup Factual last night updated its location datasets to include something very close to full hCard support, but there’s nothing quite like a set of places defined and verified by real-world users check-ing with their phones.Like Train Tracks to NowhereData standards are believed to be important because they can be a huge enabler of innovation: it’s argued that by lowering the barriers to interoperability and collaboration through normalization of data input into whatever processes are created, standards lay the foundation of technical innovation. It’s just like when the railways in the United States adopted a standardized track width, then transcontinental transit and transport were made possible across different train networks.To publish Place data in the standardized format, but not in an open and accessible way, is like building tracks the same width as all the others, but not only letting a few of the biggest train companies ride those rails. It takes a lot of the steam out of what could be a situations rich with potential for innovation from thousands of smaller players.We’ve emailed Facebook to ask whether the company will be making these standardized event and place listings available to services other than Google, Bing and Yahoo. I’ll update this post when we get their response, but I would be shocked if they were in fact going to make that data available. That’s frustrating. Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Related Posts Tags:#Analysis#Facebook#Location#web marshall kirkpatrick Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification
Have you ever thought about how your military caregivers, families, service members and colleagues process information? As helping professionals we tend to take-in information differently as we learn new things and the same can be said for the military families that we serve. By understanding the various learning styles it may help you, the service provider, better connect with families in order to provide the highest quality educational information to meet their individual needs.There are four principles of adult learning identified by Malcolm Knowles, the pioneer of adult learning: (1) Autonomous and Self-Directed, (2) Life Experiences and Knowledge, (3) Goal-Oriented and Relevancy-Oriented and (4) Practical.In today’s blog, we are focusing on principal #1 (Autonomy and Self-Direction) of adult learning and how the learning style can be applied to those you serve.Autonomy and Self-DirectionAdults that tend to favor Autonomy and Self-Direction like to direct their own learning, and often times like to take on the leadership roles. They prefer to be actively involved in learning and work around their personal goals and specific interests.As a service provider, some things to keep in mind when providing education and training to military families is to have them discuss their personal learning goals for the meeting, session or training that you are providing. When you are working with families, help the individual to reflect on what they have learned and set new goals as a result of the reflection. As their provider, there will be times that you need to also help them modify their goals as needed.Over the course of the next few months the MFLN Military Caregiving concentration will be discussing the remaining three principles of adult learning, as well as adult learning styles. Our goal with this series is to provide military service providers with a better understanding of how adults process information and learn. This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on July 1, 2016.
Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Christian Standhardinger. Photo from Fiba.comBolstering its roster for the upcoming 2018 ASEAN Basketball League season, reigning champion Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions have signed up Christian Standhardinger as their Heritage import for their title retention bid.You First Basket, the Fil-German big man’s agency, confirmed the news on Sunday in a tweet.ADVERTISEMENT China, Korea advance to AVC semis NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters MOST READ Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side View comments Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo LATEST STORIES The 28-year-old Standhardinger has impressed in his short stint with Gilas Pilipinas, leaving a strong impression thanks to his fearless style of play down low.He averaged 11.8 points and 7.4 rebounds in his debut for the national team in the 2017 Jones Cup and upped his scoring in the 2017 Fiba Asia Cup, netting 15.5 markers and 6.5 boards through the three games in the group stages.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingStandhardinger’s addition to Hong Kong keeps the squad as the favorites in the regional league as he joins defending ASEAN Heritage MVP Tyler Lamb and World Import MVP Marcus Elliott this coming season. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next NGCP on security risk: Chinese just technical advisers DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Games Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information.
Republican U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa says she will run for a second term in 2020.Ernst told reporters Friday that she would seek re-election.She also said she will support President Donald Trump for re-election in 2020.The 48-year-old military veteran from Red Oak was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2014 after serving four years in the Iowa Senate.She succeeded U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin, a veteran Democrat, who retired from politics.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Related Items:#magneticmedianews Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppKingston, Jamaica, February 7, 2017 – The Government is looking to identify a suitable space for the establishment of an iconic music museum and performing arts centre in Kingston. Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange, said the Ministry is working with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) Creative City Steering Committee, the Urban Development Corporation and the Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAC) on the initiative.She said that efforts will also be made to collaborate with other Creative Cities across the world. Kingston was designated a Creative City of Music by UNESCO on December 11, 2015. The Minister’s remarks came in a message read by the Director of Entertainment, Policy and Monitoring in the Ministry, Gillian Wilkinson McDaniel, at the launch of the 2017 Grounation series on Saturday (February 4) at the Institute of Jamaica, 10-16 East Street, downtown Kingston.Grounation is the Jamaica Music Museum’s flagship education and cultural community outreach programme. This year’s series is being observed under the theme: ‘Mento: Is ow de Music Sweet So’. In her message, Ms. Grange hailed the discussion series and the focus on Mento, which is Jamaica’s first popular music. “This intellectual discussion and discourse that happens at Grounation allows us to understand the power of music beyond itself…the speakers help us to understand music as a marker and conveyor of history,” she noted.Ms. Grange said the Ministry is committed to providing financial support and facilitation of the programmes at the Jamaica Music Museum “in its quest to convey to all Jamaicans that music has the capacity to spur innovation and nurture cultural and creative expressions. Culture, music and the arts are what will raise us and move us beyond poverty and disenchantment,” she added. Grounation will be held each Sunday in the month of February, beginning at 2:00 p.m. at the Institute’s Lecture Hall.On February 12, the discussion will focus on the topic ‘Noisy Spring: Mento’s Sexual innuendoes, Double Entendre and Downright Slackness’, which will be led by Sexologist, Dr. Karen Carpenter. ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo