West Ham to bid for Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaricby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham are planning to bring Andrej Kramaric back to England in January.The Croatia international, formerly of Leicester City, has shone for Hoffenheim over the last two seasons.Croatian media sources say West Ham are planning a January move for Kramaric.And further fueling the speculation is a developing rift between Kramaric and Hoffenheim coach Julian Nagelsmann.The striker is fuming after he was hooked during the weekend draw with Borussia Monchengladbach. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Drivers and cyclists in Nova Scotia will travel more safely thanks to improvements on two of the provinces busiest roadways. Sections of the Cabot Trail and Route 333 between Beechville and Tantallon are undergoing transformations that will allow cyclists and motorists to safely share the road. “This is the first of many steps we are taking to encourage the use of sustainable transportation in our province,” said Murray Scott, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. “We are committed to creating safer and more accessible roads for all users.” About 60 kilometres of the Cabot Trail is scheduled for widening over the next few years so that cyclists can safely share the road with motorists. This year’s project, between St. Anns and Cape Smokey, is scheduled to be complete this fall. A section announced last year was completed this summer. Work is also well underway on Route 333, where bike lanes are being installed to accommodate the growing number of cyclists. Route 333 was chosen for the project because of its ability to connect with HRM bike lanes on St. Margarets Bay Road. Peggy’s Cove is also located on the popular roadway, making it particularly busy during the tourist season. The bike lanes will cover 16 kilometres of Route 333 and are expected to be complete this fall. It will cost the department about $65,000 per kilometre to build the lanes using a modified chipseal and recycled asphalt surface. Traditional asphalt bike lanes would cost at least $125,000 per kilometre. The department will monitor and evaluate the performance of the surface used on Route 333 to determine how to proceed with future projects. Providing the projects are successful, the province plans to continue the bike-friendly improvements on both roads until they are complete. The projects are part of several provincial sustainable transportation initiatives, including plans for more car pool parking lots. A policy is being developed on the method of identifying when and where they will be constructed. There are currently 39 car pool parking lots in Nova Scotia. The projects also support Nova Scotia’s Environmental Goals and Sustainable Prosperity Act. Under the act, Nova Scotia has established a target to have one of the cleanest and most sustainable environments in the world by 2020.
Advertisement Twitter Jenkins wants to make an indie drama titled “I am Superman” with Gosling, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The movie won’t be tied to DC’s cast of “Justice League” characters, but the movie’s tagline describes “a fighting pitbull finds itself on a strange and unexpected journey that will ultimately decide its fate.”Speaking of “Wonder Woman”, fans expecting an extended version of the movie may be disappointed. In an interview with Collider, Jenkins revealed the film had no deleted scenes. “You know, it’s not like a long journey didn’t happen but what amazes me is how little has actually changed from the first cut other than tightening,” the director said. Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Move over Henry Cavill, enter Ryan Gosling.“Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins and Canada’s wonder boy Ryan Gosling are teaming up for a Superman indie film! Jenkins earned audience approval for her work on “Wonder Woman” starring Gal Gadot and she already has her next superhero project in place.Warner Bros.
APTN National NewsIn Winnipeg, the sixth annual Kookum walk wound its way through the streets of downtown Winnipeg.Hundreds joined in to share the Kookums message that Aboriginal children deserve to be safe.APTN National News reporter Meagan Fiddler has this story.
Share64 Tweet Email FOUR PEOPLE HAVE been arrested for money laundering offences in Dublin and a significant quantity of cash was seized.Gardaí said the arrests were made as part of ongoing investigations targeting serious criminal activity in the Dublin region. A planned search was carried out at an address in the Clondalkin area.During the search, cash in excess of £100,000 sterling was found and seized. Four people – two men and two women – aged between 34 and 46, were arrested for money laundering offences.They are being held at Clondalkin and Ballyfermot garda stations.Read: Man in his 60s escapes assassination attempt in north county Dublin> By Michelle Hennessy Four arrested for money laundering as gardaí seize £100,000 sterling A planned search was carried out in Clondalkin by gardaí targeting serious criminal activity in the Dublin region. Saturday 29 Oct 2016, 9:41 AM 15,590 Views Oct 29th 2016, 9:41 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article http://jrnl.ie/3053522 Short URL 10 Comments
The Blues will play against Bate Borisov on Thursday in the UEFA Europa League and Kovacic talked about the team’s plan for that gameChelsea footballer Mateo Kovacic watched Liverpool lose 2-0 against Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday.And the Blues player says his team shouldn’t take opponents for granted and respect Bate Borisov in the UEFA Europa League.Chelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.“I watched the game and Liverpool struggled a lot. In Belgrade the atmosphere is tough. It’s difficult to play there like it will be here as well,” he was echoed by Goal.“These are games where you need to concentrate a lot or you will lose the game.”“The most important thing is we need to be prepared so that what happened to Liverpool doesn’t happen to us,” he added.
A 22-year-old woman was killed after the car in which she was travelling in rammed into a median at Madhapur late on Saturday. Vinitha, a native of Guntur was pursuing engineering final year at GITAM university in the Hyderabad. According to the police, she was inside the car along with a man who fled the spot after the mishap. They suspected that the youngster might have driven the car in an inebriated state after finding liquor bottles in the car. Efforts are on to nab the youngster. The police registered a case and sent the body to Osmania General Hospital for post-mortem.
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Proponents of DACA argue that the program rewards young people who didn’t have a choice but to emigrate illegally as youths but who have since started businesses, finished school and become American by all measurements except for a piece of paper. They argue that ending DACA without a similar replacement will be detrimental for the American economy. According to the progressive Center for American Progress, Texas could stand to lose $6.3 billion annually in gross domestic product if the DACA recipients who entered the workforce were removed. It’s the second highest total behind California.But Stein’s FAIR said that illegal immigration costs states more than what undocumented immigrants contribute to the economy. According to FAIR’s numbers, illegal immigration costs Texans about $11 billion due to the costs incurred for public education, incarceration, courts and infrastructure.The White House’s latest push for its immigration priorities could provide momentum for Trump’s promised border wall on the southern border. Just last week the U.S House Homeland Security Committee passed legislation that would appropriate $10 billion for the wall. The author of the bill, U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Austin, said the effort was one step toward securing the border. But he accepted an amendment that would remove construction as an option on parts of the border where natural barriers or terrain render it ineffective.The administration’s move toward tougher enforcement could also revive the debate over E-Verify in Texas. The program, which is administered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, screens for undocumented or ineligible workers by scrutinizing the information applicants submit to employers. The Texas Legislature has passed some E-Verify legislation in recent sessions, but it only applies to state agencies and the companies they contract with. Even with Republicans in control in Austin, legislation that would expand the requirement for all private entities has never gained traction at the state level.Republicans have said that’s due to their belief in limited government, but Democrats balk at that notion, insisting the real reason is because business leaders realize an E-Verify expansion would cripple the state’s economy. But the effort could get a push on the national level from a key lawmaker. U.S. Rep.Lamar Smith, R-San Antonio, filed the Legal Workforce Act last month. The bill would expand E-Verify requirements for all new hires in order to help save jobs for American citizens, he said when he introduced the bill.“Nearly 20 million Americans are unemployed or underemployed,” he said. “Meanwhile, seven million people are working in the United States illegally. By expanding the E-Verify system to all U.S. employers, this bill will ensure that jobs only go to legal workers.”Though he’s sworn off compromising on any of the listed proposals, Castro added Monday that he’s open to talking to the White House under reasonable circumstances. What the Trump Administration put out on Sunday, he said, wasn’t an honest effort.“We believe that there is still as an opportunity to come to an agreement, but the White House and the president have to be reasonable,” he said. “If we’re looking for a serious proposal to come from President Trump, this was not serious.” Bob Daemmrich for the Texas TribuneProtesters at the Texas Capitol on Feb. 25, 2017 carry a wide variety of signs denouncing Donald Trump’s immigration policy and the divisiveness sparked by recent immigration raids in Texas.The day after President Donald Trump released a list of immigration issues that must be negotiated before he’ll consider legislation that protects young undocumented immigrants, one of the the country’s largest immigrant advocacy groups criticized it as a ransom note that places hundreds of thousands of people at risk.In a surprise announcement Sunday night, the White House declared that it wouldn’t move forward with a legal remedy for so-called Dreamers unless it also includes increased interior enforcement of undocumented immigrants, funding for a border wall and a mandate for businesses to use E-Verify, a federal service that allows employers to screen to ensure job applicants are legally allowed to work in the country.Meanwhile, Democratic leaders in Congress said Monday that any deal that uses immigrants as a bargaining chip are “dead on arrival.”The White House announcement came just three days after a deadline for tens of thousands of eligible applicants to renew their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, status. The administration announced last month it was phasing out the Obama-era program that has shielded about 800,000 undocumented immigrants from deportation. That figure includes about 124,000 Texans. At the time, Trump told Congress it had six months to find a legislative solution to the end of DACA. “Holding immigrant youth like my sister and I hostage unless the rest of the country buys into a racist mass deportation agenda is immoral and disgusting,” said Greisa Martinez Rosas, the advocacy director at United We Dream and a DACA beneficiary. “The immigrant youth of United We Dream are calling for a clean Dream Act because we know we are in a life and death moment.”Democrats are furious that after Trump stated he was sympathetic to Dreamers – young undocumented immigrants who came to the country illegally as children – he has now tied their fates to policies they argue would jeopardize the entire country.“[This proposal] is a non-starter in Congress,” U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-San Antonio, said during a conference call with reporters Monday morning. “It’s dead on arrival. We’ve said clearly that we’re not going to trade the futures of 800,000 young people for a wall across America yet that’s one of the centerpieces of the White House’s proposal.”Castro said the administration’s approach on immigration and other issues is why Congress has failed to pass anything meaningful this year. “They don’t seem to be able to work with anyone,” he said. “I would suggest that president look over the proposals himself and get more personally involved.”For some conservatives, the announcement means the President has reverted back to the agenda he campaigned on after suggesting last month he was willing to make a deal on immigration with Democrats. The White House also included on its list of policy demands new limits on legal migration, an overhaul of the current asylum process and a ban on “sanctuary” cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration officials.“The administration’s detailed plan to regain control of the nation’s dysfunctional immigration enforcement policies while moving our legal immigration system to a merit-based model that includes a return to more traditional levels of immigration is an enormous win for American workers, national security and the nation as a whole,” Dan Stein, the president of the conservative Federation for American Immigration Reform, said in a statement. Just last month, Stein had said the GOP had “yet to demonstrate any real commitment to the policy goals laid out by the president.” Share
Can This Self-Lubricating Condom Transform Safe Sex? Stay on target It takes two to tango—and open this package of condoms.A new “Consent Pack” requires four hands (or eight nimble fingers) simultaneously pressing buttons on each side of the box to unlock it.Ad agency BBDO Argentina created the novel bundle for Tulipán, an Argentine sex toy retailer reminding folks of the importance of consent in sexual encounters.“Tulipán has always spoken of safe pleasure, but for this campaign we understood that we had to talk about the most important thing in every sexual relationship—pleasure is possible only if you both give consent,” Joaquin Campins of BBDO said in a statement published by The Next Web.“If it’s not a yes, it’s a no,” he added.Don’t expect to pick up the intricate condom at a drugstore near you: The limited-edition contraceptives are available at bars and events across Buenos Aires.You need four hands to open these condoms (via Tulipán)The curious concept is BBDO’s response to a recent survey revealing only 14.5 percent of local men regularly use a condom.According to AHF Argentina, an organization campaigning for the rights of those living with HIV, 65 percent “occasionally” slip one on, and 20.5 percent admitted they never do.)Tulipán plans to eventually sell its “Consent Pack” online, as reported by TNW.The four-handed prophylactic is not to be confused with custom design firm Say It With a Condom’s “Consent Condoms,” designed to raise questions and start a conversation about understanding and compliance.The easy-tear packaging, however, won’t stop unwanted advances.Last year, Boston University researchers unveiled an auto-greasing rubber they hope will help put an end to unplanned pregnancies and infections.More on Geek.com:14-Year-Olds Invent Condom That Changes Color When It Detects an STDSingle-Use Condom Monocle Is the Best Stupid Kickstarter EverSeabirds With STIs Discovered in the Wild for First Time
Enroll Now for Free This story appears in the June 2015 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » 4 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Entrepreneur: Barry Givens, owner of Monsieur, which produces robotic bartending machines for homes and businesses.“Aha” moment: When Givens was a student at Georgia Institute of Technology, he and his roommate went to a bar to watch an NBA Finals game. Knowing the place would be packed, they arrived early, scored a table and ordered drinks. At halftime, about two hours later, their drinks finally arrived. The staff wasn’t incompetent—just overwhelmed. The two mechanical engineering students conceived a machine that could make simple drinks so customers wouldn’t have to wait for human bartenders.Distilling the idea: After graduating in 2008, Givens worked as a mechanical designer for John Deere and then as a project manager at Caterpillar. That didn’t last long. “I just didn’t feel right in corporate [America], and I decided I wanted to go full-throttle in a bigger venture,” he says. As he mulled over ideas, Givens kept returning to the robotic bartender. The Atlanta-based entrepreneur sold his house and car, and he and his co-founder (who is no longer with the company), built a prototype in his parents’ garage. “I spent a lot of time at Home Depot and Lowe’s,” Givens remembers. They dubbed their creation Monsieur—a tabletop box that holds eight liquor bottles and automatically makes drinks in categories ranging from “tropical” to “Irish pub.” The average drink takes about 20 seconds to make.Party favor: In April 2013 Givens loaned the prototype to a friend for a party, and it was an instant hit. It caught the eye of one party guest, angel investor Paul Judge, who offered to buy the machine. Givens declined to sell—but in a meeting the next day received a $40,000 investment from Judge.The company later raised $140,000 on Kickstarter, and late in 2014 wrapped up a $2 million fundraising round from Buckhead Investment Partners in Atlanta, Base Ventures in Berkeley, Calif., and others.Make it a double: Givens sold about 70 of the original $3,999 tabletop machines, which were intended for home use. Now he is focusing on a commercial version of the Monsieur, priced at $10,000. The larger, free-standing machines, complete with carbonators, use proprietary software that manages inventory and offers analytics, allows for drink customization and handles customer payments via an iOS and Android mobile app. Monsieur’s software packages, which range from $100 to $300 per month, are expected to generate ongoing revenue. “We call our machines our Trojan horses,” Givens says. “Selling machines is just a starting point for us.”Next round: Givens is placing commercial units in pilot programs at businesses—at press time, he was expecting 10 of his machines to pour mint juleps at the 2015 Kentucky Derby. He is in talks with Chicago-based Levy Restaurants, which provides food and beverage services at dozens of major sports arenas, and with hotels, casinos, cruise lines and liquor companies. Monsieur, which went from three employees at the end of 2013 to 11 in early 2015, expects year-end revenue of $3 million. An even larger commercial machine is in the works for a rollout next year.Liquid courage: Through his NextIN Line Network, Givens tries to inspire other young African-Americans. “Monsieur is a cool product, but my real purpose is building something big that other people can look to and follow the same path,” he says. “We go around to lower-income high schools and middle schools and talk about entrepreneurship and technology, and we tell kids this is the future. This is where the jobs are going to be.”Last call: Givens’ drink of choice? “It’s weird because it’s not even a mixed drink,” he says. “I’m actually a Bourbon guy.” Related Book: Start Your Own Microbrewery, Distillery, or Cidery Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now June 4, 2015
Henry T. Casey, on Author Bio by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoGrepolis – Free Online GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this GameGrepolis – Free Online GameUndoForbes.comLebron’s Home Made This Forbes ListForbes.comUndoVerizon WirelessThis new phone will blow your mind.Verizon WirelessUndoTODAYPolice Identify Girl Licking Ice Cream Tub In Viral VideoTODAYUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoAdvertisement Henry T. Casey, Henry is a senior writer at Laptop Mag, covering security, Apple and operating systems. Prior to joining Laptop Mag — where he’s the self-described Rare Oreo Expert — he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. You can find him at your local pro wrestling events, and wondering why Apple decided to ditch its MagSafe power adapters. Out of the blue, my trusty MacBook Pro sounded a lot less sweet.It was pretty late at night, and I was cuing up another episode of the popular Binging with Babish YouTube cooking series, when the host’s deep, dulcet tones took on an unfamiliar, fuzzy tone. In shock, I kept trying to load other videos and songs, playing audio from all sorts of browsers and apps, and they all sounded terrible.MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/macbook-pro-sound-distortion-help?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 I told myself it was too late, that I’d sleep on it and wake up to find that the problem had fixed itself. I was wrong.In the six-plus years I’ve had this laptop, I’d never heard audio issues like this. And so, I hunted for solutions online, because the first solution I found — keeping the volume below 75 percent — was not for me. I like my music loud.Solutions found onlineThe first trick I found was to reset the NVRAM and PRAM, which you do by booting the computer while holding down Command, Option, P and R, until you hear two chimes.But as those two chimes rang, each with the same distortion I’d heard before, I knew that wasn’t the right trick.The next suggestion had me sign on as a Guest user, to see if the issue was limited to a setting for the account. To do that, you restart your computer and select Guest when logging in. If Guest isn’t available, open System Preferences, click Users, click Login Options and enable guest login. Unfortunately, videos and songs sounded equally bad on the guest account.MORE: Apple MacBook Pro (2018) vs. Dell XPS 13: Face-Off!The final fix I found online suggested opening Terminal to run the command sudo killall coreaudiod, to discover if the issue was rooted in Apple’s Core Audio, a low-level API that manages sound. After I copied and pasted those three words into a new Terminal window, hit Return and typed in my password, the sound quality remained fuzzy.And while those solutions didn’t work, I provide them here in case any of them work for someone else.Last-ditch effortThen, I saw a suggestion to use the audio balance slider to find out which speaker was busted (if it was only one). To find that, open System Preferences, click Audio and then click Output.I then loaded up the musician DRAM’s “Broccoli” — a particularly bass-heavy track — and slid the Left-to-Right audio balance slider. I heard no distortion when the audio came only from the right side.Yes, using only one speaker means I have less sound coming from my laptop, and I don’t have stereo sound anymore. This is not a true fix; it’s just all that I’ve been able to do. I’ve reached out to Apple and will update this story if I get an answer.Now, I’ve got even more reason to get a new MacBook; and I’m hoping that the rumored Retina MacBook Air actually comes out, as I’m well out of warranty. Oh, and this doesn’t make me feel too confident about how many more months my MacBook Pro has left, so I’m making sure to back up my Mac.Update: I found a wayWe’ve got a happy ending, folks! When I took my MacBook Pro into a Genius Bar to get its battery replaced, the physical design of the laptop required the company to also replace most of the parts in the top of the notebook deck. That included the speakers, which fixed the audio problem. If you can’t fix an important issue in your Mac, check out our guide for how to reset a MacBook, before you sell it or give it away. Also, check out our guide for MacBook Pro 2019 rumors.Credit: Laptop MagBest Apple LaptopsThe Best iPhone X and iPhone 8 Carrier DealsTop Mac Games
Tags: Air Canada Vacations << Previous PostNext Post >> Azura Beach Resort now available with Air Canada Vacations MONTREAL — Air Canada Vacations’ newest exclusive property, the 4.5-star adults-only Azura Beach Resort Samara, is now available to book for departures Nov. 1 onwards.The all-inclusive resort is located in Liberia, Costa Rica, about 90 minutes from the airport.Guests of Azura Beach Resort Samara will have full access to the neighbouring Hotel Villas Playa Samara, thanks to exchange privileges allowing them to benefit from additional services and facilities.In addition to its 75 junior suites that can accommodate up to four people, this new resort features three bars and dining options including a buffet and two à la carte restaurants. Guests will enjoy access to one buffet, an à la carte restaurant and two bars at Hotel Villas Playa Samara. All restaurants offer rotating menus featuring international, Italian, Asian and Costa Rican cuisine, as well as seafood specialties. The resort also boasts a large beach, a swimming pool, and land and water activities. Thursday, June 29, 2017 Posted by Travelweek Group Share
Tags: Insight Vacations, New Tours Share TORONTO — Insight Vacations has released its 2019-2020 Seasons collection with two new journeys to Greece: Glories of Greece & Three Continents Cruise and Athens & Three Continents Cruise. Also new this year is the Easy Pace Budapest, Vienna & Prague journey that is now running year-round so clients can take advantage of travel outside of the summer season, with travel dates ranging from October 2019 – April 2020. The seasonal collection features 32 itineraries to choose from, all departing in autumn, winter and spring. Early booking clients can take advantage of the 5% Early Payment Discount if they book and pay in full by Aug. 29, 2019.“Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean hold so many treasures and we encourage clients to discover the best kept secrets outside of peak travel time,” says Brad Ford, president of Insight Vacations. “Canadian clients will enjoy fewer crowds with no less excitement in Egypt and Jordan as they experience ancient civilizations with milder temperatures, or they can choose to take in the glorious spring blooms and charming fall colours of Europe.”Here are a few sample itineraries clients can choose from in the new Seasons brochure …Athens and Three Continents Cruise – 11 DaysVisiting Greece, Egypt and Turkey, clients on this journey will discover the world’s most ancient lands in the Mediterranean. For seven days, guests venture off on a multi-continent cruise full of history, archeology, religion and culture. Clients will explore Ephesus, the ancient Green city on the coast of Ionia with their Local Expert. Cairo will reveal lessons of Egyptian history where clients admire the remaining wonders of the ancient world. Glories of Greece & Three Continents Cruise – 15 DaysDelve into the history of ancient civilizations with an expert in antiquities to explore the wonders of Kalambaka and Olympia. Guests meet the artisans of a family-run pottery studio and learn about their unique traditional methods in Mycenae. In Athens, a Local Expert will guide clients as they ascend the Acropolis to take in the sights of the ancient Parthenon, the Temple of Athena Nike and the Porch of the Maidens on the Erechteion.Easy Pace Budapest, Vienna & Prague – 10 DaysIn Budapest guests visit a traditional strudel house and learn about the art of making the Hungarian local delicacy. In Vienna, a host of specially selected restaurants with deliciously authentic dining await that clients can chose from for a Dine-Around evening.For more information contact an Insight Sales Manager or visit insightvacations.com. Friday, April 26, 2019 Posted by << Previous PostNext Post >> Insight’s 2019-20 Seasons lineup includes two new Greece trips Travelweek Group
Arizona Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson (22) celebrates a touchdown after intercepting a pass during the first half of an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The story of Week 2 for the Arizona Cardinals is going to be Larry Fitzgerald’s career day, but it would be unwise to forget the two interceptions that Tony Jefferson and Patrick Peterson provided in key moments.Jefferson’s interception with 3:08 left in the second quarter came at a critical point for the Cardinals. The Bears had tied it at 14 and it looked like a back-and-forth shootout was underway. The Cardinals quickly responded with Fitzgerald’s first of three touchdown catches on the day to give Arizona a 21-14. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Comments Share Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Chicago’s offense looked to tie it up again, but instead it was a game-changing 26-yard interception return from Jefferson to give the Cards a 28-14 lead. That pick-six gave the Arizona enough insurance to be able to afford the game to get to 28-20 at the end of the first half.The comeback was on for the Bears until Peterson had his turn at his own interception, which led to Fitzgerald’s second touchdown of the game to make it 35-20. From that point on, the Cardinals dominated and never looked back.When a team scores 48 points it’s hard to say that defense swung the game, but those two plays by Jefferson and Peterson were monumental to the team’s win. – / 44 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
Go back to the e-newsletterFour Seasons Hotels and Resorts has unveiled three Private Jet itineraries set to take flight in 2019. Newly added is Latin Escape, a 16-day adventure for those looking to explore the most exciting natural and cultural offerings of Central and South America. Just over two weeks in duration, this new journey is shorter than the 24-day around-the-world journeys, and takes travellers to Miami, Costa Rica, Buenos Aires, Bogotá and even includes an escape to the Galápagos Islands, all in the care of Four Seasons.The Four Seasons Private Jet allows travellers to fulfil their most extraordinary travel dreams aboard a custom designed aircraft, while enjoying personalised Four Seasons service every step of the way and luxurious accommodations at Four Seasons hotels and resorts. While visiting the remote Galápagos Islands during the Latin Escape itinerary, guests will stay at accommodations carefully selected by Four Seasons.Back by popular demand, two of the most coveted Four Seasons itineraries are also featured on the 2019 roster. Timeless Encounters is a 24-day exploration of lively city centres and remote islands, including a day trip to the Taj Mahal. International Intrigue, a journey across nine diverse destinations, celebrates the magic of culturally-rich cities such as Kyoto and St. Petersburg set in dynamic contrast to the untamed paradise of the Serengeti. Both journeys provide insider access like never before in the most captivating destinations and are projected to sell out once again.2019 Four Seasons Private Jet ItinerariesNew: Latin Escape (9-24 February 2019)Miami – Costa Rica – Buenos Aires – Bogotá – Galápagos Islands – MiamiLatin Escape kicks off in Miami, with dinner at the Versace Mansion. In Costa Rica, take in the southern sky through a powerful GPS-guided telescope while savouring cocktails and culinary treats infused with real meteorite dust. Harness up and slide along a series of ziplines suspended above the jungle, enjoying breathtaking views while spotting wildlife.Next, it’s off to explore the irresistible blend of European and Latin American cultures that is Buenos Aires. Fly to Iguassu Falls for the day to explore this collection of 275 interlinking waterfalls. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the Teatro Colón, one of the world’s best concert venues. Visit one of the oldest ranches in Argentina to experience the gaucho lifestyle.Latin Escape continues to Bogotá, Colombia’s lively capital city. Explore the innovative arts scene with a local artist or take a private salsa lesson with a skilled instructor. Sip cocktails while taking in 50,000 pre-Hispanic indigenous gold artefacts housed at the Museo del Oro, before sitting down to a gala dinner surrounded by rare treasures.Continue on to the remote archipelago of Galápagos for four nights of Four Seasons service aboard a private ship. Snorkel, swim and paddle through crystal-clear waters abundant with local marine life. Wake up each day at a new site ready to explore landscapes and wildlife found nowhere else on earth.Timeless Encounters (17 September – 10 October 2019)Kona – Bora Bora – Sydney – Bali – Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai – Taj Mahal – Dubai – Prague – LondonTimeless Encounters takes guests on a journey across four continents, beginning in lush Kona, Hawaii, and concluding in London. Activities over the three-week adventure include a visit to Tirta Empul temple for a water purification ritual in Bali; a snorkelling safari with blacktip lagoon sharks in Bora Bora; a day trip to admire the architecture of the Taj Mahal; and a personal welcome from Prince William Lobkowicz into his family’s 16th-century ancestral home for a gala dinner in Prague.International Intrigue (March 25 – April 17, 2019)Seattle – Kyoto – Hoi An – Maldives – Serengeti – Marrakech – Budapest – St Petersburg – LondonInternational Intrigue departs from Seattle, taking travellers across Asia and Africa before reaching Europe and concluding in London. In Kyoto, guests learn how to draw, pose and swing a samurai sword under the instruction of the choreographer of Kill Bill: Vol. 1. In the Serengeti, travellers are welcomed aboard a hot air balloon to catch glimpses of the Big Five before enjoying a champagne breakfast in the bush. In the Maldives, guests can unwind with a spa ritual underneath the night sky. St Petersburg offers travellers private access to the State Hermitage Museum before flying to London for a final farewell dinner.Journey aboard the Four Seasons Private JetTimeless Encounters and International Intrigue begin at US$140,000 per person, based on double occupancy. Latin Escape begins at US$98,000 per person, also based on double occupancy.Go back to the e-newsletter
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