A guy with an insatiable appetite for chicken nuggets and President Barack Obama are among those making the biggest splash on Twitter this year. Twitter on Tuesday released its top trending people and topics for 2017, ranging from sports, to politics, to Korean boy bands.Following are the most retweeted tweets of 2017.1: HELP ME PLEASE. A MAN NEEDS HIS NUGGS Carter Wilkerson2: “No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin or his background or his religion…” Barack Obama3: With the current devastation in Houston, we are pledging $0.15 for every RT this gets! Please forward this along to help out those in need! Penn State IFC4: broken. / from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words. Ariana Grande5: Thank you for everything. My last ask is the same as my first. I’m asking you to believe_not in my ability to create change, but in yours. Barack Obama6: (This retweet contained an image of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington on stage). Linkin Park7: U bum @StephenCurry30 already said he ain’t going! So therefore ain’t no invite. Going to White House was a great honour until you showed up! LeBron James8: It’s been the honour of my life to serve you. You made me a better leader and a better man. Barack Obama9: Leo and I are donating 6 lbs of dog food to Houston for every retweet this gets!!!! RT RT RT RT!! Sam Martin10: suicide hotline 1-800-273-8255 / 1 person ends their life every 40 seconds / will u take the time to retweet this & possibly save one of them? Seth Joseph
New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday wondered why Congress President Rahul Gandhi gets disturbed when integrity issues of his late father Rajiv Gandhi-led government are raised and the ‘Q’ connection in the Bofors gun-deal is questioned.In a series of tweets, Jaitley said that Rahul Gandhi thinks that “dynast” does not have to answer any question even though he can attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi — a man of utmost integrity. Responding to comments of Modi that Rajiv Gandhi’s life ended as bhrashtachari No 1,” Rahul Gandhi had tweeted: “Modi Ji, The battle is over. Your Karma awaits you. Projecting your inner beliefs about yourself onto my father won’t protect you. All my love and a huge hug ” Jaitley in his tweet said: “Why is Rahul Gandhi so disturbed if the integrity issues of the Rajiv Gandhi government are raised? Why did Ottavio Quattrocchi get kickbacks in Bofors? Who was the Q’ connection? No reply has come.” Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghModi, addressing a poll rally in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday, had targeted the former prime minister while attacking Rahul. “Your father (Rajiv Gandhi) was termed Mr Clean by his courtiers, but his life ended as bhrashtachari No 1,” Modi had said. Jaitley said that even former prime minister Indira Gandhi was also assassinated and yet the Congress is questioned about the Emergency and the Operation Blue Star. “The Dynast can attack the integrity of India’s Prime Minister a man of utmost honesty. Does he believe that the dynasty does not have to answer any questions?” the Minister said. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadThe Bofors defence deal was believed to be one of the primary reasons for the Rajiv Gandhi-led Congress’s defeat in the 1989 Lok Sabha polls. On former prime minister Manmohan Singh accusing the Modi government of leaving the economy in dire straits, Jaitley said, “When an economist turns into a politician, he loses sense of both economy and politics”. “Dr Manmohan Singh left behind in 2014 an economic slowdown, policy paralysis and corruption. He brought down his party to lowest ever strength in Parliament. India was a part of the fragile five. Today he regards the World’s the fastest growing major economy as disastrous,” Jaitley said. In an interview to PTI, Singh Sunday said India is headed for an economic slowdown and accused the Modi government of leaving the economy in dire straits due to its “lack of economic vision”. read more
By Nada AfaRabat – Morocco World News previously posted a list of performances one shouldn’t miss during the first part of the Mawazine festival, and now it’s time to tell you about the ones you shouldn’t miss during the second part of the festival!Tuesday, May 24th: Kendji Girac:The winner of season 3’s music competition The Voice – La Plus Belle Voix in France – Kendji Girac preformed along side Mika in the show, who has also performed in Mawazine. The young Frenchman, known for preforming Gypsy Pop, received a lot of support all through the third season of The Voice, and was quickly able to garner millions of fans worldwide.2014 was a big year for Kendji, winning both the NRJ Music Award for Francophone Breakthrough of the Year, and a NRJ Music Award for his first single “Color Gitano” as Francophone Song of the Year. His album sold very well, making him the best selling alum of The Voice worldwide. His music is enchanting, and his voice captivating. Mawazine is truly the perfect stage to see the young Kendji perform, and be blown away by his incredible talent. Check out his concert at OLM Souissi, at 8:45pm. You can either buy a ticket, or attend for free.Hoba Hoba spirit:Very few people in Morocco can say that they’ve never danced to Hoba Hoba Spirit before. This band is not only talented, but their music is a mixture of Gnawa, Rock, and Reggae, which makes it the closest thing to perfection. The band calls their music Hayha, and mainly sings in Darija, although they do sing in French and sometimes English as well. Hoba Hoba Spirit formed in 1998, and named themselves after a Bob Marley song.This year’s Mawazine is not the first major performance the band has preformed. They also performed in the Timitar festival in Agadir, the L’Boulevard Tremplin in Casablnaca, as well as Essaouira’s famous Gnaoua and World Music Festival. A Hoba Hoba Spirit concert is not to be taken lightly, nor for granted. Their concerts are a unique experience, but also a chance to have fun and let go of your worries; just enjoy the moment and immerse yourself in their heavenly good music. They will perform in Salé, at 8:45 pm. The good news? The concert is free!Wednesday, May 25th:Hardwell:Don’t even think about it. May 25th is Hardwell’s day and nothing else. It is probably the concert that excites Morocco’s youth and twentysomethings the most. After Avicii’s Mawazine concert last year, the OLM Souissi scene will welcome another renowned DJ this year as well. With many amazing sounds and beats in store, Hardwell’s concert will surely be a huge success. The Netherlands native is a very successful DJ, who is in high demand, and has performed in some of the world’s hottest venues. The thing is, you probably need no convincing, but if you need a little push, take into account that he won 6 awards at this year’s International Dance Music Awards, because that’s definitely something only a great DJ can achieve. At 8:45pm, the artist will be performing at the OLM Souissi venue, and you can either purchase a ticket or attend for free.Thursday, May 26th:Shaggy:“Hey Sexy Lady,” “Bonafide Girl,” “I Need your love,” and the very famous “It wasn’t me,” are few of the artist’s songs that made us fall in love with his voice and reggae beats that characterize his music. After a career in the military, he switched paths, and immersed himself fully in the music business. He already won a Grammy by 1996 for best Reggae album, and has been nominated for various Grammys and AMAs since, which proves that he is indeed one performer not to miss at this year’s Mawazine! Be there at 8:45pm, at the OLM Souissi venue.Sherine:The Egyptian artist is very well known for her incredibly strong and wonderful voice. After her career debut in 2000, with her very famous song “Ah ya leil”, the singer has become one of the most famous Egyptian and Arab singers. She also participated in the TV music program The voice, where she was nicknamed the Queen of feelings. Her music is considered Arabic pop, and is characterized by dance beats, sweet melodies, and sometimes a very fast rhythm. Sherine’s musical palette includes various colors, beats, instruments, and she sings about a wide range of diverse themes and topics. If you’re into Arabic Pop, this is one unavoidable concert! The concert will start at 9:45pm at Nahda scene.Friday, May 27th:Saad Lamjarred:If you live in Morocco and haven’t heard about this artist, something is definitely off. The son of famous classical singer Bachir Abdou, and talented and respected actress and comedian Nezha Regragui, Saad Lamjarred is one of today’s most famous Moroccan artists in the Arab world. It’s true that after placing second on the music program Super Star, he received a lot of support from the public. However, he rose to fame when his single, “Enty baghia wahed”, came out. The Moroccan pop singer is well known for his good voice, and the energetic cadence of his music. That makes his concert a must-go-to! Nahda, 8:45pm, make sure to be there.Pitbull:Do we even need to persuade you to go to this concert? Probably not. Pitbull, who has previously performed in Mawazine, is the American rapper that will ensure you’ll have a great evening at his concert! His music, which is considered as a mixture of pop, house, and hip-hop, is not only good to listen to, but also perfect to dance to. With 10 albums, about 80 singles, variety, diversity, and a broad range of music, beats and rhythms, how could the performance be anything other than A-M-A-Z-I-N-G? The concert will take place in OLM Souissi, at 8:45pm.Saturday, May 28th:The last day of Mawazine will come eventually, and you will find yourself with a lot of possibilities and multiple interesting concerts to go to. However, one needn’t worry, the concert you should go to is clear.Christina Aguilera:She should certainly be nicknamed the Girl with the Golden Voice. Her voice never ceases to amaze us, and just when we start thinking that this is her best song or album yet, the next one always proves us wrong. “Candyman,” “Hurt,” “Moves like jagger” and “Say something”, are just a few of Christina’s most popular songs.The singer never settles for only one music genre, but constantly explores new cross-genre blends between latino music, R&B, jazz, soul, blues, and others. Her concert is one of the most awaited this year at Mawazine. Make sure to be there, because you will surely regret it otherwise. It is at 9:45pm, at OLM Souissi, and where Mawazine’s final incredibly exciting last minutes will take place.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission. read more
The All Ceylon Makkal Congress (ACMC) led by Minister Rishad Bathiudeen today slammed the Minister of Higher Education Dr Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe over a recent statement.Rajapakshe had claimed that newly appointed Parliamentarian Seeni Mohammed Ismail had been served a charge-sheet with regard to alleged corruptive deals during his tenure at Oluvil University as the Vice Chancellor. The ACMC said that it was dismayed and astonished about the “malicious comments” made by Rajapaksha against Dr.Ismail and that it was highly deplorable. “Ignoring the very fact that it was customary to welcome the newly appointed MP with greeting during his Oath taking ceremony ,contrary to this noble practice, Hon.W.Rajapaksha burst out at and criticized the former Vice chancellor M.S.M Ismail. which was highly unparliamentary and uncivilized behaviour, that tantamount to a character assassination of VC Ismail,” the ACMC said.The ACMC said that Rajapaksha was also once confronted with charges at the court of law but yet no one can construe that he was guilty unless and until it was proved he was guilty. Rajapaksa had told Parliament that investigations were being carried out against the new MP by the University Grants Commission. Therefore the verbal attack on Dr. Ismail by Rajapaksha was detestable and uncalled for as the allegations against him have not been proven. (Colombo Gazette) read more
The exodus – which began in late August – continues unabated, making the crisis the fastest growing refugee emergency in the world today. As of Sunday, some 603,000 refugees are estimated to have arrived in Bangladesh and thousands more reportedly remain stranded in Myanmar without the means to cross the border.“Humanitarian donors have today expressed their solidarity and compassion with the families and communities in need,” said Mark Lowcock, the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and UN Emergency Relief Coordinator.“These very generous pledges must now quickly translate into life-saving relief for the vulnerable refugees and support to host communities who have been stretched to the limit,” he added.Since the crisis began, UN agencies have ramped up their relief efforts, including conducting a massive immunization campaign that inoculated more than 700,000 people against cholera, as well as providing food assistance to hundreds of thousands of refugees.However, the scale of the crisis has overwhelmed the response, and emergency shelters, blankets, clean water, health care and other forms of aid are urgently needed. Adding to the complexity is that Bangladesh was already hosting about 200,000 Rohingya refugees prior to the crisis.“More than 800,000 stateless Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh aspire to a life that meets their immediate needs for food, medicine, water, and shelter. But beyond that, a life that has hope for the future where their identity is recognised, they are free from discrimination, and are able to return safely to their homes in Myanmar,” said UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi.“As we come together in solidarity, I want to thank Bangladesh and its refugee-hosting communities and the donors for supporting them,” he added.There were a total of 35 pledges made today, including money pledged and committed since 25 August as well as new announcements. Several donors also announced in-kind assistance worth more than $50 million. Fundraising campaigns are also underway in several countries.One such initiative is the UN World Food Programme’s app ShareTheMeal, which launched a worldwide campaign on Sunday to raise funds to feed Rohingya refugee children and provide them with vital nutrition with a simple tap on their phones.The pledging conference was co-organized by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM). It was co-hosted by the European Union and the Government of Kuwait.No durable humanitarian solutions to political crises – IOM chiefAlso speaking today, IOM Director General William Lacy Swing underscored that while sustainable life-saving assistance for the refugee population in Bangladesh needs to be ensured, the root causes of the crisis need to be addressed.“We must urge international leaders to support the peaceful resolution of this decade-long crisis in Myanmar and insist that the authorities create conditions of safety, security and dignity in Rakhine state to one of the world’s most persecuted populations,” he said.Adding that the recommendations of the Rakhine Advisory Commission offer a way forward to peaceful co-existence, Mr. Swing underscored that the implementation must start immediately and that the first step is to allow humanitarians to resume their work in the northern part of Rakhine state. read more
Game Of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel said she was “very sad to hear the tragic news”, adding they were both managed by the same company.She said: “Although I did not know her personally, I wanted to send my condolences to her family, friends and colleagues at this difficult time.”A statement posted to the BBC’s website described Naylor as a “hugely talented actress, singer and dancer”.It read: “We are so sorry to have to tell you that Mya-Lecia, who you will know from “Millie Inbetween” and “Almost Never” has, very sadly, died.”Mya-Lecia was a much loved part of the BBC Children’s family, and a hugely talented actress, singer and dancer.”We will miss her enormously and we are sure that you will want to join us in sending all our love to her family and friends.”Alice Webb, director of BBC Children’s which includes CBBC, added: “We are distraught and so terribly sad to hear the news about Mya.”She has shone so brightly on our screens, both in Millie Inbetween and Almost Never, and it’s unthinkable that she won’t be part of our journey going forward. “She was hugely popular with our audience, a very talented actress, dancer and singer, and a real role model for her young fans.” Almost Never cast: Lola (Lola Moxom), Mya (Mya-Lecia Naylor), Miri (Miriam Nyarko), Lill (Lilly Stanton) “Mya-Lecia was hugely talented and a big part of A&J, we will miss her greatly.”Our love and thoughts are with all her family and friends at this difficult time.”Naylor first appeared on television as a toddler in Absolutely Fabulous as Saffy’s daughter Jane, while her film roles included Miro in Cloud Atlas, alongside Halle Berry and Tom Hanks.I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Atack paid tribute on social media.She said: “So shocked and sad to hear about lovely Mya-Lecia Naylor. She was a beautiful and talented girl. Deeply saddened by the passing of CBBC actress Mya-Lecia Naylor – although just 16, what a legacy she’s left for CBBC fans all over the UK who watched and loved the TV shows she starred in. Rest in peace sweets❤ pic.twitter.com/vFcPdJhKLe— Tee Cee🌈🌟 (@ThisIsTeeCee) April 17, 2019 Mya-Lecia Naylor, the BBC children’s TV star, has died aged 16. Naylor, who appeared in shows including Millie Inbetween and Almost Never, died on April 7 but the cause of death remains unclear.Naylor starred alongside Emily Atack, Fleur East and Tess Daly on CBBC show Almost Never.The programme followed boyband The Wonderland and rival girl group Girls Here First as they competed on a fictional TV talent competition The Spotlight.A statement from her representatives, A&J Management, described Naylor as “deeply talented” and said they would miss her “greatly”.They said: “It is with the deepest sorrow we have to announce that on Sunday 7th April Mya-Lecia Naylor, very sadly, died. “A complete joy to be around on the set of Almost Never. Sending all my love to her family & friends. Rest in peace beautiful girl.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. read more
Who is the head of the European Commission:“Of the European Commission? Jose Manuel Barroso.”Who is head of the European Council:“Herman van Rompuy.”Who is the president of the European Parliament: “Ouch! The parliament [pause] Give me an initial… ah go on!” (It’s Martin Schulz)Other candidates currently in the running for the European elections in Dublin include independent Nessa Childers, Lynn Boylan for Sinn Féin, Brian Hayes for Fine Gael, Emer Costello for Labour, Paul Murphy for the Socialist Party, Eamon Ryan for the Green Party, and Brid Smith for People Before Profit.TheJournal.ie intends to speak to all European Parliament candidates in the capital and elsewhere in the country before May’s elections.Read: Emer Costello says former colleague Nessa Childers is in ‘a political abyss’Read: ‘MEPs are talking out of both sides of their mouths’: Sinn Féin hopeful hits out at Hayes and Costello Why Fianna Fáil support in Dublin collapsed in 2011: “The electorate felt let down, felt like they couldn’t trust us any more, felt like we’d taken our eye off the ball. I think that became even more critical in Dublin, because Dublin, let’s face it, is the economic engine of the country, and most people live here for economic reasons…“… so the economic crash really hit hard in Dublin and we were most affected by the economic downturn in Dublin and Fianna Fáil was the party who was in power, who was in government and had to take responsibility for that economic for our economic demise, our economic crisis. Maybe in more rural communities where you have more stable, settled communities, a less transient population… voting patterns were more resilient.” FIANNA FÁIL’S CANDIDATE for the European elections in Dublin has hit out at the coalition parties and said it is unbelievable that the majority of people in Dublin don’t know who Fine Gael MEP Gay Mitchell is.The city councillor is seeking to capitalise on Fianna Fáil’s recovery in the polls by taking one of three seats available in the capital on 23 May and has hit out at the two government parties who ‘ll be bidding to take a seat each.“How can any member of Fine Gael or Labour put themselves forward as a credible candidate to the people of Dublin, to be their champion in the European Parliament, when they have squandered their money like that at home?” she said of the recent controversy over spending on consultancy at Irish Water.She said that as a result of this and the property tax, the candidacies of Fine Gael’s Brian Hayes and Labour’s Emer Costello are “just not credible”.‘An indictment of Gay’Fitzpatrick also hit out at Mitchell, the incumbent Fine Gael MEP in the capital who is stepping down, saying that it is “unbelievable” that people don’t know who he is despite being an MEP since 2004 and running for the presidency in 2011.“That the people of Dublin don’t know that he is their representative in Europe is an indictment of him, it’s not an indictment of the people of Dublin,” she said, citing a recent street poll which found 91 per cent of Dubliners don’t know who their MEP is.The Fianna Fáil candidate is perhaps best-known for her spat with former taoiseach Bertie Ahern after she missed out on a seat in his Dublin Central constituency at the 2007 general election despite polling nearly twice as many first preference votes as fellow Fianna Fáil candidate Cyprian Brady.Brady took the final seat in the four-seat constituency thanks to Ahern’s transfers after A late leaflet drop urged voters to give Ahern their number one, and Brady their number two, leaving Fitzpatrick to claim that she had been “shafted”.‘His number one will be fine’She said that she is “not at all” bitter or resentful about the matter which she said was “a long time ago”. Asked if she would welcome active support from Ahern, who is no longer in Fianna Fáil after the findings of the Mahon Tribunal, she said: “Let him go and give me his number one vote, that’ll be fine.”Fitzpatrick believes the European Parliament offers her the best opportunity to offer proper representation for Dublin, lamenting the lack of a directly-elected mayor in the capital .“Dublin doesn’t have a directly-elected political leader. I think we suffer as a capital city as a consequence. The four local authorities largely have policies dictated by national government, which has good things to do as well,” she said.“But if Dublin is to compete internationally [it] needs strong leadership and I believe that the role of an MEP can fulfil that role.”On why people should vote for her, she added: “I think they should vote for me, because I am a candidate who represents Dublin, who is of Dublin, who has a track record in Dublin, who’s somebody who’s track record is open to scrutiny.”Mary Fitzpatrick on….The last time she met Bertie Ahern: “It must be a couple of years. I am trying to think, did I meet him at all last year? I don’t think I did. I would say it’s at least a year, maybe a couple.”Why she wants to be an MEP: “Because the European Parliament has evolved from being just a forum of debate to being the only directly-elected institution of the European Union. It has very significant powers now and a lot of our laws now, the vast majority of our laws, originate in Europe.“The European Parliament and the European Union has the power to not only amend and approve laws but also to approve budgets which will directly impact on our economic well-being, hopefully our economic recovery. So I see a huge opportunity, I see a fantastic opportunity for Dublin, for me personally.” Serving a full five-year term: “It is absolutely my intention, this is a big decision for me, politically and personally, I see it as a huge opportunity… I’d love to have five years, absolutely.”How many member states are in the EU:“28.” read more
Irish data watchdog launches probe into Facebook password storage as millions left exposed Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner is Facebook’s lead regulator in the European Union. https://jrnl.ie/4607405 Image: Niall Carson Share Tweet Email3 Apr 25th 2019, 9:24 PM 12,416 Views By Ceimin Burke Thursday 25 Apr 2019, 9:24 PM We have this week commenced a statutory inquiry in relation to this issue to determine whether Facebook has complied with its obligations under relevant provisions of the GDPR. Earlier this year the DPC said it is conducting seven statutory inquiries into Facebook and three-more into Whatsapp and Instagram. It said it expects to wrap up the first of these probes in the summer and the rest by the end of the year.A firm found to have broken EU data processing and handling rules can be fined up to 4% of their global revenue from the prior financial year. Image: Niall Carson IRELAND’S DATA PROTECTION Commissioner has launched a statutory inquiry into Facebook’s password storage after the social media giant revealed that it stored millions of accounts’ passwords in plain text on its internal servers.In March Facebook announced in a blog post that a routine security review carried out in January found the passwords were being stored in a readable format on its data storage systems.It said it would be contacting “hundreds of millions” of users to make them aware that their password was involved in the glitch. Last week the company updated the post to say that it now estimates that the issue has also impacted “millions” of Instagram users.A Facebook source told cyber security blog KrebsOnSecurity that more than 20,000 Facebook employees had access to the passwords.Today the DPC announced it would be investigating whether Facebook broke EU data rules by storing users’ passwords in this manner.As Ireland hosts Facebook’s European headquarters, under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) the DPC is Facebook’s lead regulator in Europe. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg outside Government Buildings on his way to meet members of the Oireachtas Communications Committee in Dublin. Source: Sam Boal“The Data Protection Commission was notified by Facebook that it had discovered that hundreds of millions of user passwords, relating to users of Facebook, Facebook Lite and Instagram, were stored by Facebook in plain text format in its internal servers,” it said in a statement. Short URL 15 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article read more
A 4-year-old boy who found a lighter then wandered off when his mom wasn’t watching started the fire that gutted a 7-Eleven in the uptown Vancouver area June 14, according to investigators.Vancouver Fire Marshal Heidi Scarpelli said the boy’s mother was talking to the store clerk when the boy found a long-neck lighter in the store, walked off and then lit some items in the store aisles on fire.No one was hurt, but the fire shut down traffic around the store, 102 W. Fourth Plain Blvd., that evening and did about $310,000 in damage.No formal charges have been recommended for anyone, Scarpelli said, but the Vancouver Fire Department and the county’s juvenile justice system are working together in helping the boy and his family through the department’s youth fire setter intervention program.“We encourage our citizens that are in our area, if they have concerns about their kids, to give us a call and we can get them scheduled for an intervention,” she said. read more
He was the gentlest of giants-A big man with an even bigger heart who never failed to make me smile & a loyal friend who I loved dearly-I’m grateful for the memories we shared & I’m a better man for just having known him. Thanks Pete #RIPPeterMayhew #Heartbroken @TheWookieeRoars pic.twitter.com/8xbq9HEWF2— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) May 2, 2019 Tags 18 Photos Peter Mayhew shares his favorite vintage Star Wars photos online So when I heard that Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew passed away Thursday at the age of 74, I felt like a beloved family member left my orbit. As a child, I always associated Mayhew with Chewbacca. But as an adult, I was lucky to know him as a kind, generous and funny man in his own right. When I worked at Lucasfilm as a senior editor for the website StarWars.com, I always felt honored when my path crossed with his. Whenever he visited Lucasfilm headquarters for a special event, or if he was at one of the many comic book conventions I attended, Mayhew was always happy to say hello and give me one of his famous Wookiee hugs. Getting to chat with Peter Mayhew during his many comic convention appearances was always a treat. Bonnie Burton I don’t know how he did it, considering the thousands of people he’s met over the years, but he always remembered my name. Peter’s impressive stature, at 7 feet, 2 inches (2.1 meters) tall, made him seem intimidating at first. But his gentle and kind demeanor made me feel instantly at ease.One of my fondest memories was when I was doing my first book signing for my Star Wars Craft Book at San Diego Comic Con. I was so nervous about meeting fans as an author. Peter stopped by to say hello and pose for a photo holding my Chewbacca sock puppet doll. His visit to my signing gave me the much-needed confidence boost I needed to chat with fellow fans who wanted my signature. Peter Mayhew stopping by my book signing will always be a cherished memory. Bonnie Burton But that was Peter Mayhew in a nutshell. He would walk around conventions and say hello to Star Wars artists, comic book creators, cosplayers and other fans, making them all feel like rock stars. Mayhew delighted in seeing fans dressed up in Chewbacca cosplay. He loved it when a young fan greeted him with a Wookiee roar. And he never rushed through a conversation. Peter made you feel special whenever he chatted with you. At his own autograph table, he took his time to talk with fans who stood in long lines just to say hello. Whenever I was working at the Lucasfilm area during conventions, I’d make excuses to be near him when he was in deep conversations with fans. It was fun to see how happy he made fans by sharing his personal stories about acting alongside Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher in the original Star Wars movies. Peter gave fans something extra special with every interaction. Here’s one of the many times Peter Mayhew would chat with Star Wars fans about his favorite memories playing Chewbacca. Bonnie Burton Hamill summed it up best when describing Mayhew’s loving personality. “He was the gentlest of giants,” Hamill tweeted on Thursday. The man who played Luke Skywalker described Mayhew as “a big man with an even bigger heart who never failed to make me smile, and a loyal friend who I loved dearly.”Peter will be missed by millions of fans, his costars and anyone who was lucky enough to chat with him — and get a Wookiee hug. Comment Share your voice Mark Hamill Disney Star Wars 1 Actor Peter Mayhew poses with the Chewbacca sock puppet from my Star Wars Craft Book. Bonnie Burton/CNET When I was a young geek growing up in the Midwest in the ’70s and ’80s, Chewbacca defined my childhood. I loved Chewie for being such a loyal sidekick and best friend to the snarky Han Solo. He was the only Star Wars character who could keep Han in check.But Chewbacca also felt like someone I might hang out with in real life. Or could have if I lived on the Wookiee planet of Kashyyyk rather than in Kansas. I loved Chewbacca so much that his original Kenner action figure — which I found as a kid by accident on a dirt road by my house — sits proudly on my office desk. Sometimes I even carry the toy around with me as a good luck charm. Originally published 2:39 a.m. PT. Rest in peace Peter Mayhew (1944 – 2019). pic.twitter.com/X8KpsHOBXj— CNET (@CNET) May 3, 2019 TV and Movies read more
Adilabad: MLA Jogu Ramanna laid foundation stones for three development works in Adilabad constituency on Friday. He laid foundation stone for the construction of CC road with an estimation cost of Rs 25 lakhs at Balaji Nagar and for CC road with an estimation cost of Rs 45 lakhs at Sidharth Nagar. Later, he laid foundation stone for drainage construction and CC road at a cost of Rs 20 lakhs at Pittalawada in Adilabad town. Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us Speaking on the occasion, MLA Ramanna said Rs 25 lakhs were sanctioned last year for the CC road construction in Balaji Nagar but the works couldn’t be taken up due to model code of conduct during the elections. Due to continuous elections, even the construction of double bedroom houses also delayed. He pointed out that the State government had increased the pensions for all the eligible beneficiaries. Ramanna urged the people to vote for car symbol in the coming municipal elections for the development of the town and told them not to forget the development that has been taking place during the rule of TRS government. Former municipal chairperson Rangineni Manisha, ICDS organiser Kasthala Premal, ZP vice-chairperson Are Rajanna, Addi Bhoja Reddy, Nalla Rajeshwar, Ejjagiri Ashok, Gangareddy, Prahallad, Bandari Satish, and others were present. read more
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Go back to the enewsletterOn Thursday 9 August 2018, Conrad Combrink, Senior Vice President, Strategic Development Expeditions & Experiences at Silversea Cruises, hosted a media lunch at Bennelong Restaurant at The Sydney Opera House to celebrate Silversea Cruises’ 10 years of luxurious and innovative expedition cruising.Combrink detailed Silversea’s sustainable approach to cruising, which is centred around responsible tourism practices such as a kayaking program for guests to provide an up-close, personal experience. Silversea’s Expeditions Training Academy also aspires to ensure the company offers the best guiding experience.Leanne Fonagy, Director Marketing, Asia-Pacific and Conrad Combrink, SVP Strategic Development Expeditions and Experiences.The Silversea executive confirmed that 2019 will also be the last season in the Kimberley for Silver Discoverer before its returned to its owners.The event coincided with the release of an exclusive air offer for cruises in the Kimberley next year aboard the 120-passenger Silver Discoverer. Guests who book by 30 September 2018 can take advantage of complimentary Economy class round-trip flights for the voyage, or a special Business class flight promotion of $1,395 per person. Free transfers are also included between the airport and ship.Silversea offer eight 10-day sailings between Broome and Darwin, operating from April to June.Early Booking Bonus Fares are also available on reservations made by 31 August 2018, providing a 10% saving.The lead image, pictured at the event from left are: Megan Peterie, Marketing Executive Australia and New Zealand, Silversea Cruises; Leanne Fonagy, Director Marketing, Asia-Pacific, Silversea Cruises; Conrad Combrink, Senior Vice President Strategic Development Expeditions and Experiences, Silversea Cruises; Christine Gardner, Business Development Manager, Silversea Expeditions and Julian Peri Marketing Coordinator, Australia & New Zealand, Silversea Cruises.Go back to the enewsletter read more
Christina Choe, left, and Andrea Riseborough pose for a portrait to promote the film “Nancy,” at the Music Lodge during the Sundance Film Festival on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Taylor Jewell/Invision/AP) by Lindsey Bahr, The Associated Press Posted Jan 25, 2018 6:04 am PDT Last Updated Jan 25, 2018 at 6:40 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email English actress Andrea Riseborough (“Birdman,” ”Battle of the Sexes”) may be the MVP of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, with four films playing in Park City, Utah.There’s “Mandy,” a revenge actioner in where she plays Nicolas Cage’s object of affection; “The Death of Stalin,” from “Veep” creator Armando Iannucci where Riseborough is the dictator’s daughter; “Burden,” where she makes a Ku Klux Klan member (Garrett Hedlund) start to question his beliefs; And one that is especially dear to her heart, the psychological thriller “Nancy” from filmmaker Christina Choe, about a woman who begins to believe that perhaps she was kidnapped as a child. All of the films are seeking distribution.Riseborough spoke to The Associated Press about “Nancy,” which she also produced, and making it “without compromise.”___AP: What did you like about the story Christina Choe tells in “Nancy”?RISEBOROUGH: She created a whole person and that’s painfully rare as a woman to find a character that is not passively penned, you know? She’s an anti-hero. Christina’s voice is really strong and very funny as well. We have a similar dark and dry sense of humour.AP: How did you go about getting it made?RISEBOROUGH: We didn’t want to have to bend along the way to any kind of preconceived ideas that sales companies might have before the movie is even made — for her to narrow the character. Often the message of the film gets lost and certainly with female voices there are so few that I wanted to be part of preserving hers as a producer. And letting her have whoever she wanted and give her the platform to create this strange, very real, disenfranchised character, who I totally identify with as well. We see anti-heroes in men all the time in cinema. Most of them are anti-heroes: The flawed genius, the broken superhero, the divorced detective. But so rarely do we see females, real females in film. My relationship to being a woman has changed greatly over the last few years in lots of positive ways. And “Nancy” doesn’t adhere to any of those preconceived ideas as to who a woman is.AP: How have you found yourself changing?RISEBOROUGH: I think just growing up. I think I came out fighting. I came out of the womb fighting. It always seemed a little odd to me, the double standard. I always felt ill at ease with it. The majority of us are being told we’re the minority. It can get quite tiresome. After many years of being patronized in taxi cabs, I sort of put my foot down and said (expletive) this, it’s not me. It was never me. I wasn’t doing anything wrong. I was just going about my daily life with a vagina and I’m sorry for that, to all who it offends.AP: So you do think it’s changing for the better?RISEBOROUGH: Well I bloody well hope so.AP: You mentioned preconceived ideas of sales companies, can you expand on how producing it yourself gives a film more freedom?RISEBOROUGH: When Christina originally approached people, before she approached me, maybe five years ago, she was trying to sell a project that had a half black cast and basically everybody she went to for financing said, “Good luck with that.” That was the response, which was totally expected up until now in my industry. And it’s a part of my industry that has really sat so badly with me that I almost stopped doing it. Quite a few times, I’ve almost stopped wanting to be part of it. Because YOU can be part of perpetuating such negative stereotypes. I feel like with “Nancy,” we managed to make the film without compromise. I know a lot of people had a very beautiful experience making it. It was an incredibly efficient set. We had an extraordinary female crew — predominantly female.AP: A predominantly female set is pretty rare too.RISEBOROUGH: I think the older I get the more I need more women around me. It just gets, the hunger for wanting women around me gets greater and greater as I get older. And especially on set and to have a safe work environment. Sometimes it’s irritating walking onto a set and being one of three women out of 120 people. But I think it’s the beginning of something really, really hopeful. I truly believe that only we can close the door, we are the majority.___Follow AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ldbahr Q&A: Andrea Riseborough finds a female anti-hero in ‘Nancy’ read more
This image released by Twentieth Century Fox shows the character Alita, voiced by Rosa Salazar, in a scene from “Alita: Battle Angel.” (Twentieth Century Fox via AP) ‘Alita’ leads a slow Presidents Day box office weekend AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Lindsey Bahr, The Associated Press Posted Feb 17, 2019 10:25 am PDT LOS ANGELES — The sci-fi fantasy “Alita: Battle Angel” topped the charts and beat out a number of newcomers including the meta romantic comedy “Isn’t It Romantic” and the horror sequel “Happy Death Day 2U” in its first weekend in theatres, but it is a victory with a few caveats. It’s leading the slowest Presidents Day weekend at the box office in almost 20 years and has a ways to go to make up its costly budget.20th Century Fox said Sunday that the James Cameron-produced film earned an estimated $27.8 million over the weekend against a reported $170 million budget, which includes cost-saving tax incentives and rebates. It’s made $36.5 million total since its debut Thursday.Robert Rodriguez directed the future-set film starring Rosa Salazar as a cyborg with no memory of her past. Critics were mixed on the results, and it’s become just the latest pricey and ambitious non-Star Wars, non-Marvel or DC sci-fi film to do less-than-stellar business at the box office, the last being the Peter Jackson-produced “Mortal Engines.”It is quite a tumble (56.4 per cent) from last year’s record Presidents Day box office when “Black Panther” grossed $202 million over the three-day weekend and propelled the industry total to $286.6 million. The weekend has in recent years been host to the openings of high earners from “Deadpool” to “Fifty Shades of Grey.” This year, total weekend earnings amount to only $125 million.The rest of the charts remained fairly lacklustre as well. Last week’s champ, “The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part,” fell 38 per cent in its second weekend earning $21.2 million, bringing its total to $62.7 million — which is less than the first film earned in its opening weekend.Warner Bros. also had the No. 3 movie this weekend with its meta-romantic-comedy “Isn’t It Romantic,” starring Rebel Wilson as a woman who bonks her head and wakes up in a rom-com. It debuted to $14.2 million and has earned $20.5 million since its opening earlier in the week.The other romantic comedy offering in theatres, “What Men Want,” with Taraji P. Henson, landed in fourth place in its second weekend with $10.9 million. And “Happy Death Day 2 U,” the horror sequel from Blumhouse and Universal, rounded out the top five with $9.8 million. The first film opened over twice as high, with over $26 million, but with a production budget under $10 million, it’s still bound for success.The Dwayne Johnson wrestling film “Fighting With My Family” also opened in four theatres on Wednesday, earning $131,625 over the weekend.Seven weeks into the new year and the box office is still struggling, down nearly 20 per cent from where industry totals were last year.“We’ve been down every week this year,” said comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian. “This weekend is emblematic of what is going on at the box office.”Dergarabedian said that slow weekends beget more slow weekends — with less foot traffic at the theatres, no one is seeing previews for what’s to come and the cycle just continues. But “Captain Marvel” may be coming to save the day on March 8.Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theatres, according to Comscore. Where available, the latest international numbers for Friday through Sunday are also included. Final domestic figures will be released Tuesday.1.”Alita: Battle Angel,” $27.8 million.2.”The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part,” $21.2 million.3.”Isn’t It Romantic,” $14.2 million.4.”What Men Want,” $10.9 million.5.”Happy Death Day 2U,” $9.8 million.6.”Cold Pursuit,” $6 million.7.”The Upside,” $5.6 million.8.”Glass,” $3.9 million.9.”The Prodigy,” $3.2 million.10.”Green Book,” $2.8 million.___Follow AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/ldbahrLindsey Bahr, The Associated Press read more
During President Nicos Anastasiades’ meeting with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci scheduled to take place before the middle of August, the two of them will make an effort to restart the talks, Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said on Sunday.“There has been an understanding with Mr Akinci and this is why it has been announced that before the middle of August there will be an informal meeting of the President with the Turkish Cypriot leader,” Prodromou told the press after a memorial ceremony in Ayios Ioannis of Pitsilia, Limassol.The President’s wish, he continued, “is to discuss freely and go over all the subjects in order to reach the resumption of the talks”, noting that this has to take place “within an appropriate climate, without Turkey’s provocations or illegal interventions”.Prodromou said that the talks must restart from the point they stopped in Crans Montana, Switzerland, based on the framework of the UN Secretary-General, the so-called Guterres framework, with its six parametres, the relevant decisions and resolutions and EU’s principles and values. He added that the final agreement must take into account the issue of security.The spokesman said that it was not clear yet whether UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy Jane Holl Lute would be present at the meeting of the two leaders.“We hope that the meeting will revolve around the real issues of the Cyprus problem without any effort to include other issues that might be a factor of obstruction or distraction,” he added.Replying to a question, the Spokesman said that the talks cannot restart as long as the other side continues to provoke, to violate rights and to cause tension.Invited to comment on the statement of Turkish Vice President that the talks will not restart from the point they stopped, the Spokesman said that the Greek Cypriot side’s intention is to begin the talks from the point they left off to utilise the progress that has been made rather than beginning from scratch, but also to avoid any attempts to divert the procedure from the UN framework.You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityEarthquake insurance that fits your future plansCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndo Britain ramps up preparations for “very real prospect” of no-deal BrexitUndoA grotesque choice of prime minister for Britain?UndoTales from the Coffeeshop: Lies, lies and holy revelationsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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