And while planning his next fight, Golden Boy Promotions also needed a place to put it. With HBO bowing out of boxing after this year, the company had talks with Showtime, ESPN and Turner Sports about televising Alvarez’s future bouts.But Skipper made an aggressive offer for DAZN (pronounced Da-Zone) when he met with Golden Boy about two weeks ago and the deal was quickly finalized.“John came with the best deal. John Skipper came, he wasn’t playing games,” Golden Boy President Eric Gomez said. “He said, our first meeting with him over two weeks ago, he came to our office and said, ‘I’ve got a blank check, I’m not leaving until we make a deal.’ And he put his money where his mouth is.”Skipper said it wasn’t quite a blank check, but one that ensured Alvarez wouldn’t be taking a pay cut to leave pay-per-view. He said Alvarez’s last three fights generated 3.6 million buys and nearly a quarter of a billion dollars, making him someone who can be transformative to a subscription service focused largely — at least for now — on combat sports.“So I’ve got to find those fans,” Skipper said. “They are going to want to watch his fights and they’re going to get to buy them for a lot less expensive than they did before.”ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Alvarez will move up in weight to challenge WBA super middleweight champion Rocky Fielding on Dec. 15 at Madison Square Garden.A massive moneymaker when he fought on pay-per-view, Alvarez will be able to be seen for much cheaper through the subscription service that launched in the U.S. in September and now features perhaps the two biggest figures in boxing in Alvarez and heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“We have No. 1 and No. 2. They’re the two most important fighters in the world,” DAZN executive chairman John Skipper said. “Canelo fighting on DAZN, we believe that that will help us attract some of the other fighters, some of the other premier fighters.”Alvarez (50-1-2, 34 KOs) is coming off a victory over Gennady Golovkin in a middleweight showdown in September. That fight, like most of boxing’s biggest, was shown on pay-per-view. It cost $84.95 to be seen in high definition. It will cost them $9.99 a month for a subscription in the U.S. Under the five-year partnership, Golden Boy also will put on up to 10 fight nights per year that will stream live on DAZN beginning in early 2019.Gomez said Alvarez is committed to fighting 11 times during the deal and willing to fight any of the contenders at 160 or 168 pounds. Alvarez said for now his plan is to return to 160 after the bout against Fielding (27-1, 15 KOs), a British fighter who appeared significantly taller than Alvarez, who will be trying to win a title in his third weight class.A third fight with Golovkin would be a natural after their draw and Alvarez’s narrow victory in the rematch, but there would be plenty more options at middleweight if they don’t meet again.Whoever he ends up with, at least Alvarez knows now where it can be seen.“I’ve always said that when one door closes another one opens and we’re very happy with this new alliance that we’ve made with DAZN,” Alvarez said through an interpreter. “Forget about what the price is, the amount of money that we’re making. The most important thing is that fans can enjoy this fight at a very low price.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Boxer Canelo Alvarez poses for photos at Madison Square Garden in New York, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. He will meet Rocky Fielding in a 12-round, super middleweight bout Dec. 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)NEW YORK — Canelo Alvarez is boxing’s new $365 million man.Alvarez has signed an 11-fight deal that his promotional company says is the richest athlete contract in sports history, guaranteeing the Mexican middleweight champion at least that much money to have his fights shown on the sports-streaming service DAZN, beginning with his next bout.ADVERTISEMENT Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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How do you evolve a mouse into an elephant? Just add 24 million generations. But you can shrink it back down in just 100,000 generations. This and other eyebrow-raising stories have been told in the secular science media recently.Monash University published the mousephant story alongside a photo of a jolly professor, Dr Alistair Evans, holding a mouse skull in his fingers with an elephant skull towering behind him. For those who move past the headline, this admission needs a megaphone: “Dr Evans, an evolutionary biologist and Australian Research Fellow, said the study was unique because most previous work had focused on microevolution, the small changes that occur within a species.” The original paper is in PNAS (January 30, 2012, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1120774109).So, did Prof. Evans actually watch a mouse-sized mammal evolve into an elephant with a controlled lab experiment? No, he just assumed the evolutionary time scale of fossils, and divided the millions of years into generations based on the lifespan of the organisms involved. Well, then, did he use a sliding scale from mouse lifetime to elephant lifetime? If so, was it a linear rate, exponential rate, or chaotic rate? It wouldn’t have mattered, because he didn’t cover a law of nature that makes predictions. “While mammals got steadily bigger after the dinosaurs disappeared,” the article claimed, “the rates at which they did so varied among the groups.” Whales, for instance, evolved into giants at twice the rate of land mammals, while primates seem to have limits on how big they can evolve. (See diagrams on PhysOrg and Live Science, which both dutifully regurgitated the story without criticism.)For the exceptions, just-so stories were ready in the wings:Post-dinosaur era: “It’s a classic story of taking advantage of a new opportunity — the vacant landscape devoid of dinosaurs.”Whales: “Dr Erich Fitzgerald, Senior Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology at Museum Victoria and a co-author, said changes in whale size occurred at twice the rate of land mammals. This is probably because it’s easier to be big in the water – it helps support your weight,” he said.Primates: “There seems to be some intrinsic maximum rate that each order evolves at, which may have something to do with the basic construction or physiology of each group,” Evans wrote. “So it may be really hard to be built like a primate and get very big.”The science media got embarrassed by a peer-reviewed paper that shouldn’t have been. Several sites uncritically posted a press release from Case Western Reserve University that alleged to be a “theory of everything.” Erik Andrulis claimed that the earth is alive and so is the solar system. Andulis, an otherwise legitimate biochemist, wove his tale of “gyres” and “macroelectrogyres” that circulate in lifelike patterns. Jesse Emspak exposed the“crackpot theory” of on Live Science. It’s not clear if Andrulis was pulling a hoax, but if so, Emspak said the incident “reveals the dark side of peer review,” a process that is supposed to eliminate bias and nutty ideas, but doesn’t always succeed. Meanwhile, PhysOrg and Science Daily both pulled the links to the story.PhysOrg, however, did not pull the link on a prophecy that 2012 could be the year we find extraterrestrial life, or another that announced the discovery of a new clue on the chemical origins of life. Nor did Science Daily pull its tale that cave critters in underwater caves in the Bahamas could reveal truth about life beyond earth, or the one claiming that the nature of prejudice and aggression in men and women can be summed up as “It’s evolution.” New Scientist, meanwhile, kept their weird tale about how to catch a date in the multiverse.Dr. Alistair Evans calls himself an “evolutionary biologist.” To demonstrate that his title is not an oxymoron, he needs to go out into the woods, take off his clothes, and let natural selection act on him. Otherwise, if he uses his mind, he is an intelligent design biologist in spite of himself.What if the weirdos took over science? What if by sheer power of numbers, they were able to get their nonsense published with alacrity, while denying a hearing to those outside their party? What if peer review is a sham? What if mice-sized animals never evolved into elephants? What if there is no multiverse to go dating in? What if men are not more aggressive because of evolution, but because of misuse of well-designed traits due to true moral evil? What if creatures in sea caves have nothing whatsoever to do with life in outer space? What if there were no millions of years for dogs to evolve into whales? What if the ones calling creationists nuts are the real nuts? What if nuttery has been reclassified as science? What if passive citizens let the nutters get away with this? What if they laughed loud and long, instead, and were able to shame the nutters out of the science lab and back into the Cartoon Network? What if scientific integrity really meant what the words mean, instead of consensus groupthink? What if people understood that integrity implies absolutes? What if the restoration of moral absolutes led to a new scientific revolution?(Visited 36 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Advertisement Facebook Login/Register With: “As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Variety‘s 10 Screenwriters to Watch, it’s clear that one thing hasn’t changed: the importance of the screenwriter,” says Steven Gaydos, Vice President & Executive Editor of Variety. “Whether it’s finding ways to rejuvenate and reinvent the big action franchise films or insuring the inclusion of fresh and diverse voices needed to fully explore the world around us, the screenwriter remains at both the beginning and at the center of the creative filmmaking process.”“The Whistler Film Festival is delighted to collaborate for the seventh consecutive year with respected entertainment industry authority Variety to honour their 10 Screenwriters to Watch class of 2018. With Variety showcasing the brightest and most promising writers of the year, the chance to meet and hear their stories first-hand makes this a must-attend event in Whistler for both film fans and aspiring filmmakers,” says Shauna Hardy Mishaw, Whistler Film Festival Executive Director. “We are also honoured to present the Canadian premiere of ON THE BASIS OF SEX from 2017 Variety 10 Screenwriter to Watch Daniel Stiepleman.”Writers who have appeared on the 10 Screenwriters to Watch list in years past include Oscar winners Jennifer Lee (FROZEN), Geoffrey Fletcher (PRECIOUS), Charlie Kaufman (ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND) and Julian Fellowes (GOSFORD PARK) as well as Emmy winner Lena Dunham (“Girls”), Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen (THIS IS THE END), Ken Daurio and Cinco Paul (DESPICABLE ME” 1 & 2), Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci (STAR TREK), and Danny Strong (Lee Daniels’ THE BUTLER).Variety’s class of 2017 screenwriters and notable credits honoured at WFF included: Liz Hannah (THE POST); Taylor Allen and Andrew Logan (CHAPPAQUIDDICK); Hallie Meyers-Shyer (HOME AGAIN); Maggie Betts (NOVITIATE); Tracy Oliver (co-wrote GIRLS TRIP); Daniel Stiepleman (ON THE BASIS OF SEX); Dorothy Blyskal (THE 15:17 TO PARIS); Sarah Ruhl (MY LIFE ON THE ROAD); Samuel V. Franco and Evan Kilgore (co-wrote KEEPER OF THE DIARY); and John Whittington (LEGO/BATMAN).Variety’s class of 2016 screenwriters and notable credits honoured at WFF included: Noah Oppenheim (JACKIE); Allison Schroeder (HIDDEN FIGURES); Luke Davies (LION); Celine Sciamma (MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE); Pamela Ribon (MOANA); Olivia Milch (OCEAN’S EIGHT); Kristina Lauren Anderson (CATHERINE THE GREAT); Jojo Moyes (ME BEFORE YOU); Todd Komarnicki (SULLY); and Jonas Cuaron (DESIERTO).Variety’s class of 2015 screenwriters and notable credits honoured at WFF included: Alice Winocour (DISORDER); Bryan Sipe (DEMOLITION); Emma Donoghue (ROOM); John Pollono (STRONGER); John Scott III (MAGGIE); Jon Herman (STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON); Josh Golden (ROAD TO OZ); Meg LeFauve (INSIDE OUT); Mike Le (PATIENT ZERO); and Yared Zeleke (LAMB).Variety’s class of 2014 screenwriters and notable credits honoured at WFF included: Ben Schwartz (MAJOR!); Chris Bowman and Hubbel Palmer (LOOMIS FARGO); Chris Sparling (THE SEA OF TREES); Graham Moore (THE IMITATION GAME); Matt Charman (co-writer of SUITE FRANCAISE); Melissa Stack (THE OTHER WOMAN); Michael Starrbury (THE INEVITABLE DEFEAT OF MISTER & PETE); Phyllis Nagy (CAROL); Suha Arraf (VILLA TOUMA); and Taylor Sheridan (SICARIO).Variety’s class of 2013 screenwriters and notable credits honoured at WFF included American screenwriters Ned Benson (THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ELEANOR RIGBY); Lucinda Coxon (CRIMSON PEAK); Andrew Dodge (BAD WORDS); Kieran Fitzgerald (BAMBI); Morgan David Foehl (THE ASSET); Jennifer Lee (FROZEN); Barbara Marshall (THE EXORCISM DIARIES); Michael Mitnick (THE GIVER); Jonathan Tropper (ONE LAST THING BEFORE I GO); and Canadian Elan Mastai (THE F WORD).Variety’s class of 2012 screenwriters and notable credits honoured at WFF included Katie Dippold (THE HEAT); Patrick Aison (WUNDERKIND); Reid Carolin (MAGIC MIKE); Scott Rothman and Rajiv Joseph (DRAFT DAY); Ted Melfi (ST. VINCENT DE VAN NUYS); Derek Connolly (SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED); Bill Dubuque (THE JUDGE); Chris Terrio (ARGO); Kelly Marcel (50 SHADES OF GREY); and Ken Scott (STARBUCK).From November 28th to December 2nd, the Whistler Film Festival will welcome film fans and filmmakers to experience its 18th edition featuring fresh films from Canada and around the world, special guests, epic events, unique industry and talent programs, and time to play in North America’s premier mountain resort destination. The Whistler Film Festival combines an international film competition with a focused Content Summit dedicated to the art and business of filmmaking in the digital age.WFF’s film lineup and schedule, and Content Summit schedule and guest lineup are now available at whistlerfilmfestival.com, and will be updated regularly.The Festival’s online box office at whistlerfilmfestival.com/tickets is now open for Film, Industry and Patron Passes as well as Ticket Packages. Individual film tickets go on sale on November 15. 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Find out more at whistlerfilmfestival.com.Variety remains the seminal voice of the entertainment industry for 112 years and counting. Featuring award-winning breaking news reporting, insightful award-season coverage, must-read feature spotlights and intelligent analysis of the industry’s most prominent players, Variety is the trusted source for the business of global entertainment. Read by a highly engaged audience of industry insiders, Variety’s multi-platform content coverage expands across digital, mobile, social, print and branded events and summits.In 2015 and 2016 Variety’s “Actors on Actors” on PBS was awarded the Emmy for best entertainment programming at the Television Academy’s 67th and 68th Los Angeles area Emmy Awards. “Actors on Actors,” an interview special that features pairings of prominent actors discussing their craft, was produced by PBS SoCal in partnership with Variety Media, LLC. Follow Variety on Facebook facebook.com/variety; Twitter, @variety; Instagram, @Variety The Variety Group – Variety, Variety.com, Variety Insight, Indiewire, LA 411, NY 411 – is owned by Variety Media, LLC, a division of Penske Media Corporation. Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Whistler, B.C. (November 7, 2018): The Whistler Film Festival (November 28 – December 2) is proud to host Variety’s 10 Screenwriters to Watch for the 7th consecutive year. This year’s honoured screenwriters will share their personal stories and challenges related to succeeding in today’s film industry at an afternoon conversation on December 1 as part of WFF’s Signature Series as well as receive their coveted award at WFF’s Awards Celebration on December 2.Hosted by Canadian broadcast veteran George Stroumboulopoulos, festival goers will join this prestigious class of film scribes as they discuss tips and tricks for navigating the film landscape in 2018. The group will also share a behind the scenes look at their current and future projects during this intimate conversation.Variety’s class of 2018 screenwriters and notable credits include:Joe Robert Cole, BLACK PANTHERBryan Woods and Scott Beck, A QUIET PLACEAshleigh Powell, THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMSJay Longino, UNCLE DREWElizabeth Chomko, WHAT THEY HADSofia Alvarez, TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFOREChristy Hall, DADDIOJac Schaeffer, THE HUSTLEMicah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harpster, YOU ARE MY FRIENDCharlie Wachtel and David Rabinowitz, BLACKKKLANSMAN Twitter
, Military officials searching for owners of abandoned boats off Naval Base Coronado shore January 25, 2018 Posted: January 25, 2018 CORONADO (KUSI) — Military officials are searching for the owners of eight boats that washed ashore on Naval Base Coronado during the rainstorm earlier this month.The unclaimed boats include several sailboats and larger vessels as well as smaller ones.Navy officials say it’s imperative the boats be removed from the beach by Feb. 15, when nesting season begins for some protected species that uses the beach as a habitat.“When the owners do not take responsibility for removing their property from NBC’s beaches, taxpayer money must be used to safely remove the vessel and resulting debris, which directly impacts the base’s ability to meet our mission of supporting and training America’s heroes,” Coronado base information officer Sandy Duchac said.The base can be contacted at (619) 545-7418. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
What do you think of the current music scene in India. There’s a whole new buzz about our music. What is your opinion.To be honest we have no idea what is going on now in India music wise. It’s one of our major goals when we are there. Finding out what is hot and what is not. We love traditional and classic Indian music, and also love the Indian pop culture. But it has been a while since we were there…The young generation is trying to experiment. Is that a good thing always? Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Music is like fashion and design, a sign of the times, giving each time its own look or sound score. Always on the move, always taking steps forwards, sometimes looking back at older styles and reinventing them. There have been great new artistes lately, pushing the boundaries of music a little forward. Unfortunately. there has not been a style which has been revolutionary in the past eight years or so, like Charleston, jazz, rock and roll, hippie, disco, punk, new wave, house music, techno and electro have been in their era. It seems there are too few angry young people and lots of music is made to make as much money as possible, not to create or stir a revolution. But for sure this will change, it’s the nature of human beings, to change, sometimes slowly, sometimes fast. We can’t wait to hear what the future sounds like. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixWhat do you think sets you guys apart?There are not that many DJs who do music for the fashion industry. You have to love both music and fashion and know how both worlds work. The music industry is mostly afraid of fashion, mainly because they do not understand what it is all about, the fashion industry loves music though… We love both worlds and we love putting on a show. We are perfectionists and always looking for ways to do things different so the music you’ll hear at a show stands out and makes the clothes look good! You have been associated with a lot of different kinds of music. What keeps you going?There’s so much music, from ethnic to classical, from pop to experimental and underground. It’s like finding treasures all the time, and finding out how things can work with collections is like an experimental puzzle. You never know what a designer comes up with, there’s always the challenge to make it work out. We love it.Some inspirations and experiences which have enriched you.To be honest, it’s always the next show which is the most inspiring, the kick of finding out what to do and making it work. And, as we said, there’s so much music in the world, there’s always an artiste who we do not know, or a certain style which opens a complete new world for us. Lately, we have been inspired by new young artistes like Trippple Nippples from Japan and Grimes from the USA, but are also digging deep into the music made by French singer and composer Serge Gainsbourg and are discovering the works of minimal classical composer Otte.If you were making a debut, hypothetically, at this point of life what do you think as a newcomer you are likely to offer your audience?Guts and the power to create something fresh! If you had to do something all over again what would that be?If we listen to some of our really old mixes we would do them completely differently. In the beginning we were thinking of electronic dance music, while nowadays we are open to any style of music.Does India listen to anything other than Bollywood? Of course it does. The music from India has a great history, there’s beautiful classical and traditional music and there has to be new stuff and artistes which we do not know [yet]. We can’t wait for the workshop where we are hopefully going to find out much and much more.
Set in an environment of casual sophistication and easy plenitude, The China Kitchen offers a traditional and authentic Chinese dining experience. Sharing the premises of Hyatt Regency, the restaurant has launched its new menu in August 2016.Last changed in 2014, the new mouth-watering menu comprises of dumpling selection such as glutinous rice chicken roll, spinach mushroom dumpling etc and an array of meat and poultry dishes such as braised spicy pork, twice cooked crispy duck with five spices with Beijing sesame pancake etc. The new menu aims to bring novel things with freshness and focuses on variety by offering dishes from mapo tofu puff, crispy crab claws to hot & sour truffle mushroom soup.Some of the signature dishes the new menu will serve are chilly jumbo crabs served with freshly baked baguette, twice cooked crispy lamb shank and the legendary signature peking duck. It is not just the food; there have been new additions to the desserts as well. The cognac chocolate cigar and chinese egg tarts are definitely not to miss out on.As Executive Chef at Park Hyatt Beijing, Aw Yong Khing Leong embarked upon his amazing journey with Hyatt International Hotels in Singapore, where he assumed office as Executive Sous Chef, overseeing hotel kitchen operations including the renowned six-star restaurant, Nutmegs. In recent years, Chef Aw Yong has illustrated experience, and gathered much knowledge on Chinese cuisines from various regions through opening projects. Since 2007, Chef Aw Yong actively involved in the opening of China’s first Park Hyatt hotel and is the culinary expert to formulate the cuisines and positioning of all the restaurants in the hotel.Aside from his broad culinary experience in different countries, Aw Yong won his reputation through his achievements in many global events such as Bocuse d’Or Cooking Competition in Lyon, France (Top in Asia) and Sapporo International Culinary Art Contest in Japan. As Captain of the Singapore National Culinary Team, Aw Yong led his team to the 3rd Runner-up position at The Culinary Olympics / IKA Hago in Frankfurt, Germany; 10th Annual Food and Hotel Asia Salon Culinaire, 3rd Salon Culinaire Mondial in Basle, Switzerland; American Culinary Classic in Chicago, USA and Would Culinary Art Festival in Vancouver, Canada, to name just a few.
It is very important to take care of your body after delivering a baby as the body becomes very weak internally and externally because of hormonal changes in the young mother. Keep yourself hydrated and consume adequate calories, says an expert.Celebrity fitness trainer Yogesh Bhateja has shared some key elements that will help one in speedy recovery and getting back in shape in a healthier way. 1. Most important thing which we tend to ignore is keeping hydrated. The new mother should keep herself hydrated all the time. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf2. Every morning it’s essential to do breathing exercise. It calms the nervous system and delivers the essential oxygen to your healing tissues. 3. Consume adequate calories: Post-natal period is the time when your body has gone through a lot of stress and gets weaker. Hormonal changes happens…Eat adequate amount of calories to recover, especially initial six weeks which are very important.4. Eat a diet rich in proteins, essential fatty acids and anti-oxidants. Some of them can be: Protein sources: Green vegetables, chicken, fish, eggs, milk products and beans. Good Fatty acids: Avocado, walnuts, extra virgin olive oil, cheese, chia seeds and whole eggs. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive5. Anti-oxidants: Green tea, berries, dark chocolate, kidney beans and artichokes.6. Elements like sugar, smoking, alcohol, steroids, stress, poor sleep and crash diets should be avoided since they are going to effect in the mother’s healing process and will hinder the process of returning to optimal health.7. Short but high intensity interval training targeting major muscles, so that the larger amount of intramuscular energy stores can be used.