Keeping classical dance alive

first_imgTo popularise classical dance among the present-day audience, a festival named ‘Nritya Darpan’ will be organised at the India Habitat Centre on April 14. It was initiated by one of the leading Kuchipudi dance exponent Meenu Thakur.Dancers who would be performing in the festival besides Meenu Thakur (Kuchipudi), include Raipur-based Odissi danseuse Purnashree Raut, Bharatanatyam danseuse Rashmi Aggarwal from Bengaluru and Odissi exponent Vani Madhav from Gurgaon, NCR. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainHighlight of the festival would be Simhanandini Natyam in Kuchipudi style performed by the Meenu Thakur. Simhanandini is a unique art where the dancer sketches a lion, the ‘Simhavahanam’ or the mount of the Mother Goddess Durga, while dancing on a white cloth spread over red coloured powder. Guru Voleti Rangamani, who has trained dancers from South India in this rare dance item, would be the special invitee at the festival. Nritya Darpan seeks to explore the path less travelled and as the name suggests is a reflection of dance. Other performances of the evening include an excerpt from the Geeta Govindam by Purnashree Raut in Odissi style, Varnam by Rashmi Aggarwal in Bharatanatyam and Bhajami Vindyavasini in Odissi style by Vani Madhav. The event will start at 6:45 pm and is a must visit.last_img read more

Vowing support for Government new UN envoy arrives in Afghanistan

28 March 2008Pledging to boost assistance to the Government of Afghanistan, the new Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) for the war-ravaged nation touched down in Kabul today. Pledging to boost assistance to the Government of Afghanistan, the new Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) for the war-ravaged nation touched down in Kabul today.“I come to Afghanistan with the utmost respect for its people, religion and history and I am grateful for the support and confidence of President [Hamid] Karzai and the international community,” said Kai Eide, calling on the international community to rally behind efforts to rebuild the country.“Afghanistan has been calling for stronger coordination of international assistance – we need to better respond to this demand,” he noted, adding that the Security Council has recently sharpened UNAMA’s mandate.“In the past there has been much focus on the security situation,” Mr. Eide observed. “This needs to be balanced with the political dimension of our work to deliver much needed peace, stability and visible progress for all the peoples of Afghanistan.”The Special Representative will meet with President Karzai and other key Government and UN officials over the coming days before departing for an international meeting on Afghanistan in Bucharest, Romania, next week. read more

RCMP investigating banned pork imported with fake Canadian export certificate

The RCMP are investigating the origins of a pork with banned additives that arrived in China with a fake Canadian export certificate. Frigo Royal, the Quebec-based company named by Chinese officials, handles shipping and does not produce the pork. International trade minister Jim Carr suggests the pork may have been originated outside of Canada. Carr says he thinks someone is trying to use the Canadian brand to move product into the Chinese market. Ottawa and Beijing have been in daily contact to quietly address the matter however, China went public with it. There is a current ban that affects all Canadian meat exports to China. Canada exported $611M worth of pork and beef to China last year. read more

Industry leadership needed in South Africa for sustainable future

first_imgThe heat is on the mining sector for leadership in the quest for shared economic value in South Africa and globally, it emerged in the recent African Mining Indaba in Cape Town. “A key message coming from this highly successful conference was that mining’s future success will be dependent on how well it contributes to sustainable prosperity for all stakeholders – investors, governments and communities,” said SRK Consulting Chairman Roger Dixon.In the South African context, said Dixon, this needs to start with better education, quality health services and sustainable employment. “Even before building on the many opportunities that Africa’s minerals offer, the mining sector needs skilled professionals to develop and maintain infrastructure and  mines,” he said. “If our education system is not delivering the skills we need, then industry needs to act on this.”He pointed out the developments in the continent’s iron ore sector, for example, which were demanding the rapid roll-out of new rail, port and other infrastructure. The positive impact of these projects would be enhanced if implemented through strategies that promoted skills transfer, community development, environmental awareness and commercial sustainability.“It was clear to those attending the Indaba that African countries want miners and explorers to invest,” said Dixon. “But it is also clear that this investment must be rooted in greater sharing of the economic benefits among stakeholders. As an engineering consultancy with expertise in the technical, environmental and social aspects of projects, we are excited that we can bring local skills and solutions to these challenges.”last_img read more

Siptu firefighters call for fire risk assessment of all Celtic Tiger buildings

first_img Short URL Share363 Tweet Email 10,280 Views Image: Eamonn Farrell 14 Comments Siptu firefighters call for fire risk assessment of all Celtic Tiger buildings Siptu said that buildings constructed between 2000 and 2014 was when “so-called light-touch regulation was at its most extreme”. Monday 11 Mar 2019, 7:30 PMcenter_img Image: Eamonn Farrell Local authorities need to show the same degree of concern and undertake a similar survey of all commercial, leisure, nursing and hospital buildings constructed or extended during the period when so-called ‘light-touch regulation’ was at its most extreme.Siptu’s Dublin Fire Brigade Convenor, Shane McGill, said that a particularly concerning aspect of the survey for the lives and safety of firefighters, was “the lack of proper compartmentation in many of the buildings surveyed”.“In such a structure, fire can spread easily and in a very unpredictable manner. Fire and gas can spread through cavities to hidden and difficult areas to access, placing lives at greater risk.”“Local authorities must act now in order to ensure we do not experience a preventable fire tragedy in this country,” Deirdre Taylor said, who is Siptu’s DFB section chair. SIPTU MEMBERS IN the Dublin Fire Brigade have called again for a full risk assessment of properties built or extended during the Celtic Tiger period due to fire safety concerns.The call for this review comes after a large number of fire safety issues were discovered in a recent survey of apartment blocks built between 2000 to 2014.The Irish Times reported today that one of the largest property management companies in the state, Keenan Property Management, has said that significant fire safety issues had been discovered in “almost all” of the 60 apartment developments that it manages.Siptu Sector Organiser, Brendan O’Brien said that this was a “stark, but unfortunately, not an unexpected finding”.“The company must be commended on the proactive approach which it undertook in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy in 2017. Mar 11th 2019, 7:30 PM By Gráinne Ní Aodha Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Hadopi le recours suspensif rejeté

first_imgHadopi : le recours suspensif rejetéFrance – Le Conseil d’État a rejeté le recours suspensif contre un décret de la loi Création et Internet demandé par French Data Network (FDN), fournisseur d’accès associatif. Hadopi va pouvoir dès à présent envoyer des mails d’avertissement aux internautes soupçonnés de téléchargement illégal.Hadopi peut aller de l’avant. La commission chargée d’avertir et d’amener devant la justice les internautes soupçonnés de téléchargement illégal peut envoyer ses mails d’avertissement, première étape de la procédure. Le rejet du recours en suspension relatif à un décret d’application de la loi Hadopi par le Conseil d’État autorise la Haute autorité pour la diffusion des œuvres et la protection de droits sur internet à poursuivre sa mission. “Aucun des moyens invoqués par l’association requérante (FDN, ndlr) n’est de nature à faire naître, en l’état de l’instruction, un doute sérieux sur la légalité du décret dont elle demande la suspension.”Néanmoins, deux autres décrets restent dans l’attente d’un jugement.Le 16 septembre 2010 à 11:29 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Endeavour les astronautes se préparent pour le départ prévu lundi

first_imgEndeavour : les astronautes se préparent pour le départ prévu lundiL’équipage d’Endeavour a rejoint la Floride pour préparer au Centre spatial Kennedy le lancement de la navette. Les astronautes devaient quitter la Terre le 29 avril dernier, mais une panne électrique avait contraint la Nasa à reporter le dernier vol de la navette vers la station spatiale internationale (ISS).Les six membres d’équipage de la navette Endeavour sont de retour à Cap Canaveral, en Floride, pour préparer la nouvelle tentative de lancement prévue le lundi 16 mai, rapporte le site Science et Avenir. Le dernier vol de la navette vers l’ISS devait à l’origine avoir lieu le 29 avril. Mais la Nasa avait dû annuler le lancement en raison d’une panne électrique. Après l’installation d’un nouvel interrupteur et d’un nouveau câblage, la navette est prête pour une seconde tentative prévue lundi à 12h56 GMT (8H56 locales), dans une fenêtre de tir de dix minutes.Cette mission sera la vingt-cinquième et dernière d’Endeavour, qui comme les navettes Discovery et Atlantis, sera ensuite exposée dans un musée. Ce sont alors les capsules russes Soyouz qui assureront le transport de matériel et d’astronautes vers l’ISS. Prévue pour durer seize jours, la mission consistera essentiellement en la livraison sur la station spatiale du spectromètre magnétique Alpha 2. Ce module de recherche d’une valeur de deux milliards de dollars devrait permettre aux chercheurs d’explorer l’univers et certaines des plus grandes questions concernant sa formation, telles que l’existence de l’antimatière ou la nature de la matière noire invisible.Le 13 mai 2011 à 19:13 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Report Events Industry Will Enjoy Robust Growth Through 2011

first_imgThe global events industry is huge, growing and highly fragmented, and in a time of declining print revenue, offers integrated media companies a highly profitable, defensible, Web-resistant platform for growth, according to a new white paper from DeSilva + Phillips and AMR International.“This is the star of old media,” Denzil Rankine, CEO of AMR, said at an event in August at the Paley Center for Media in New York City, where the event report findings were presented. The white paper, which focuses on the trade show and conference parts of the events business, describes a world where global revenue is $100 billion and the dominant monolithic player, Reed Exhibitions, holds no more than 7 percent of that total. It describes an industry with an average growth rate of 6.2 percent globally since 2003 and a growth forecast of 5.5 percent (4.2 percent in the United States) through 2011. Some areas, including the Middle East, are projected to skyrocket in the near future.The event, attended by nearly 80 leaders in the magazine publishing, events, private-equity and financial markets, featured a six-person panel of media-industry executives. Panelists included: Neal Vitale, CEO of 1105 Media, Don Pazour, CEO of Access Intelligence, Mike Schneider, CEO of Affinity Group, Jeff Stevenson, co-CEO of Veronis Suhler Stevenson and Richard Kerr, head of group development for United Business Media. Unlike virtually everywhere else in the media world, M&A activity is expected to remain strong, the white paper indicates. “Despite overall reduced M&A activity, the events market seems to be holding its own and may in fact have another strong year of M&A,” it states. “Deal volume appears to be up despite the fact that buyers are paying lower multiples due to financing constraints and a weaker overall market outlook.” The white paper outlines three companies with aggressive acquisition strategies in the events space, including DMG World Media, Canon Communications and Affinity Group, which went from three consumer events in 2005 to 45 events as of June.Event Multiples On The RiseTransaction multiples were healthy. D+P analyzed 149 event transactions since the first of 2005, and found an average revenue multiple of 2.4 times, and an average EBITDA multiple of 9.2 times. Also covered in the report are business models, ownership models, globalization and the effects of the Internet face-to-face.Interestingly, the events industry has continued to produce strong performance even as traditional print advertising dollars have migrated to e-media. The dot-com boom of 1999-2000 led some to predict the decline of events. But as it turns out, attendees and exhibitors still value the face-to-face experience, the ability to network, to learn in person, to interact with peers and suppliers. “While e-media can distribute the content of events, it cannot compete with the most highly valued aspects of event attendance,” the report states. “We do not see this changing in the near or mid-term”In fact, the Internet can be used to make events much more valuable and profitable in using e-media to promote them, register for them, and add value to attendees in the form of social networks and at-show planning.The white paper forecasts continued growth, citing the sustained importance of events within marketing budgets. “Growth will be driven by the launch of new events by pure-play organizers and by the further addition of events to b-to-b portfolios,” the report states. “Increased sponsorship sales and exhibitor and attendee pricing initiatives will also enhance growth. Growth constraints will include the struggle to maintain attendee numbers and exhibitor loyalty at mature, major events.”In less-mature-country markets, the report adds, above-GDP growth is being driven by the professionalization of the industry both by international and domestic organizers. It is also supported by the opening of new venues, particularly in the Middle East. Events markets offer worldwide opportunities, the report states. Many international organizers are targeting the “BRIC” countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China). These countries, the paper states, have strong underlying GDP growth and their events industries are relatively immature.In terms of growth, the white paper says the basics for the events industry are clear.• Have a well-defined set of buyers and sellers. “A successful event requires a coherent set of buyers and sellers who want to do business with each other,” the report states. “Some organizers are tempted to allow events to increase in size by selling more booths at the risk of diluting a coherent attendee base.”• Attractive dynamics in the underlying served markets. They require:1. Growth, in the sense that an event is usually directly dependent on the underlying health of the industry or market it serves.2. Fragmentation. Consolidation is the enemy of the event organizer, the report states. 3. Continuing change or innovation. If there is nothing new to see or learn, there is little point for market leaders to attend an event.4. Manageable competitive environment. Market-leading events seem to create a competitive vacuum but the events sector can be extremely competitive.Growth ProjectionsThe panel discussion was the August event’s most lively element. Rankine, serving as moderator, asked panelists how confident they were in the growth projections. “If you’re showing 6 percent growth with the collapse of the IT event business, then the numbers are conservative,” Pazour said. 1105’s Vitale offered a note of caution. “To treat the industry as a whole misses the point,” he said. “It’s really the type of activity and a market-by-market analysis.”When the conversation moved to international markets and which presented the most challenges, UBM’s Kerr outlined conditions in the Middle East, India and China, and added that he avoids “the PIGS—Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain.”Stevenson, describing the business in Russia, said, “While there are always things that you worry about in the trade-show business, there is another other level of things that you worry about in doing business over there. Transparency is not the watchword.”Standalone vs. IntegratedThe panel debated the ownership models and the pros and cons of the standalone approach—such as Reed—and the integrated-media approach. Stevenson said VSS has invested in both. “Both can be successful,” he said. “You tend to find more dominance in the market with the integrated model. Whether the decline of print makes the integrated approach less important is still an open question. Maybe print will become more of a promotional vehicle.”Pazour said strong shows can become brands unto themselves, but the integrated approach offers the opportunity to leverage one to the benefit of the other. “It also helps you avoid boneheaded moves—Galen Poss of Hanley Wood describes it as, ‘The market went left and we kept going straight.’ With a magazine, you’re closer to the market and you can avoid that.”last_img read more

Krishna Setty felicitated by the Russian Academy of Arts

first_imgRussian Academy of Arts bestowed a very prestigious honorary membership of the academy to Krishna Setty, administrator and head of Lalit Kala Akademi. The honour was given on the occasion of the 260th anniversary of The Russian Art Academy, in the presence of its members. So far, 84 persons have got this award worldwide. Personalities like Princess Chantal of France, Ban Ki-moon and Zubin Mehta have been awarded this honour. After recipients like Padma Vibhushan Satish Gujral, one of the pioneers of contemporary Indian art, artist and Fulbright scholar O P Sharma, Setty is the third artist from India to get this rare honour in 260 years of the history of the Academy. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfHonorary members are elected among the outstanding figures of world culture and arts, as well as those, who by their active charitable activity and sponsorship, greatly contributed to the development of the Academy and Russian culture in general. The number of academicians and corresponding members is determined by the academy assembly.Setty shared, “Russia is India’s oldest friend and ally and with its strong cultural heritage, is a very significant centre for world culture. Everybody from Moscow greeted me as if I have won the Noble Prize! I have no words to express this unexpected joy. This is not only my honour, it’s the honour for our country and our culture. Yes, this is the time for celebration.”Setty was invited to give keynote address in ‘The International Forum on Culture’ in Moscow, on September 19. Also, he was asked to address the 260th general assembly of the Academy, on September 21.last_img read more

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first_img News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Image courtesy of UTHealth McGovern Medical School News | June 09, 2014 fMRI Research Suggests Classic Mathematical Models of Memory/Familiarity Correct Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… read more News | Stroke | August 16, 2019 Mobile Stroke Unit Gets Patients Quicker Treatment Than Traditional Ambulance Every second counts for stroke patients, as studies show they can lose up to 27 million brain cells per minute…. read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more center_img News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Related Content Tyler Davis, assistant director of Texas Tech University’s Neuroimaging Institute and assistant professor of psychologyJune 9, 2014 — When it comes to familiarity, a slew of memories including seemingly unrelated ones can come flooding into the brain, according to mathematical theories called global similarity models. After conducting a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study on memory and categorization, researchers have shown for the first time that these mathematical models seem to correctly explain processing in the medial temporal lobes, a region of the brain associated with long-term memory that is disrupted by memory disorders like Alzheimer’s disease. The findings were published in The Journal of Neuroscience.Tyler Davis, assistant director of Texas Tech University’s Neuroimaging Institute and an assistant professor of psychology, specializes in neurobiological approaches to learning and memory. He was part of a team that delved into global similarity models. “Since at least the 1980s, scientists researching memory have believed that when a person finds someone’s face or a new experience familiar, that person is not simply retrieving a memory of only this previous experience, but memories of many other related and unrelated experiences as well,” Davis said. “Formal mathematical theories of memory called global similarity models suggest that when we judge familiarity, we match an experience, such as a face or a trip to a restaurant, to all of the memories that we have stored in our brains. Our recent work using fMRI suggests these models are correct.”People may believe when they see someone’s familiar face or take a trip to a familiar restaurant, they only activate the most similar or recent memories for comparison. However, Davis said this is not the case. According to global similarity models, the feeling of familiarity for the taste of brisket at a particular restaurant draws on a spectrum of memories that a person has stored in his or her brain.Eating the brisket can activate memories not only of a previous trip to that restaurant, but also of the décor, eating brisket at a similar restaurant, what that person’s home-cooked brisket tastes like and even seemingly tangential memories such as a recent trip to another city.“In terms of global similarity theories and our new findings, the important thing is when you are judging familiarity, your brain doesn’t just retrieve the most relevant memories but many other memories as well,” Davis said. “ This seems counter-intuitive to how memory feels. We often feel like we are just retrieving that previous trip to that one particular restaurant when we are asked whether we’d been there before, but there is a lot of behavioral evidence that we activate many other memories as well when we judge familiarity.”This does not mean that every memory we have stored contributes to familiarity in the same way. The more similar a previous memory is to the current experience, the more it will contribute to judgments of familiarity. In terms of the brisket example, Davis said, previous trips to the restaurant are going to impact the familiarity more than dissimilar memories, such as the recent trip out of town. However, similarity from these other less-related experiences can have a measurable effect in judgments of familiarity.In his recent research, Davis and others used fMRI to examine how memory similarity related to behavioral measures of familiarity, in terms of activation patterns in the medial temporal lobes.“We found that people’s memory for the items in our experiments was related to their activation patterns in the medial temporal lobes in a manner that was anticipated by mathematical global similarity models,” Davis said. “The more similar the activation pattern for an item was to all of the other activation patterns, the more strongly people remembered it. This is consistent with global similarity models, which suggest that the items that are most similar to all other items stored in memory will be most familiar.”The findings suggest that global similarity models may have a neurobiological basis, he said. This is evidence that similarity, in terms of neural processing, may impact memory. People may find things familiar not just because they are identical to things we’ve previously experienced, but because they are similar to a number of things we’ve previously experienced.Other researchers include Gui Xue of the National Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning and IDG/McGovern Institute for Brain Research at Beijing Normal University; Bradley C. Love at University College London; and Alison R. Preston and Russell A. Poldrack in the department of neuroscience at the University of Texas at Austin.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. 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Construction Spending Continues to Slide in August

first_img October 1, 2012 407 Views in Data Construction Spending Continues to Slide in August Sharecenter_img Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Capital Economics Census Bureau Department of Commerce Investors Lenders & Servicers Service Providers 2012-10-01 Tory Barringer Having reach its apparent peak in June, construction spending continued its backward slide in August, the “”Census Bureau””: reported.[IMAGE]The bureau estimated construction spending for the month at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $837.1 billion, 0.6 percent down from the revised July estimate of $842.0 billion.While August marks the second consecutive month of decreases, spending was still significantly up year-over-year, coming in at an estimated 6.5 percent above August 2011’s annual rate of $786.3 billion.Housing posted gains in both public and private construction spending, increasing month-over-month by 1.2 percent and 0.9 percent, respectively. Year-over-year, private residential spending jumped up 17.8 percent (led largely by new multi-family construction), while public residential spending dragged total public construction down with a 27.7 percent drop.Numbers were more mixed in the nonresidential categories, with private construction reporting mostly month-to-month decreases. Public construction spending saw a few increases from July ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô mostly in the areas of commercial construction, public safety, and sewage and waste disposal ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô but private construction spending still posted bigger year-over-year gains, thanks largely to a 33.7 percent spending on lodging construction.The news on construction spending follows a more positive release on a slight turnaround in the manufacturing sector. The “”Institute for Supply Management””: reported that after three months of contraction, manufacturing expanded in September.While some may see that growth as a sign of a strengthening economy, some experts are cautioning against high hopes. In a commentary on the day’s news, “”Capital Economics””: warned that September’s manufacturing growth is unlikely to translate into major economic improvement, and although housing market continues to pull its weight, it can’t shoulder the burden alone.””The one silver lining was that the 0.9 percent month-over-month rise in private residential spending provides more evidence that the housing recovery is gathering pace,”” wrote Paul Dales, senior U.S. economist for Capital Economics. “”But even the housing sector is not large enough to set the overall economy alight.””last_img read more

IHG and Kyren Group brokered by Savills have sig

first_imgIHG and Kyren Group (brokered by Savills) have signed an agreement that will see Crowne Plaza Adelaide open in 2020, in Adelaide’s tallest building, Frome Central Tower One on Frome Street, between Rundle Street and North Terrace. The mixed-use development will feature ground floor retail and the ”Adelaidean” – 83 exclusive residential apartments – as well as the 326-room hotel, which will showcase the newest evolution of the brand. It will feature a unique check in experience on the 10th floor, infinity pool, bar, restaurant, gym and parking facilities, as well as approximately 600m2 of cutting edge meeting and conference space, reflecting one of Crowne Plaza’s global hallmarks.Building work has already commenced, making Crowne Plaza Adelaide the only pipeline hotel currently under construction in the Adelaide CBD. Abhijay Sandilya, Senior Director of Development, Australasia, at IHG said: “We are very excited to bring Crowne Plaza back to Adelaide, after a brief hiatus. As the city comes alive around us with the Fringe Festival, it demonstrates the need for a contemporary, upscale hotel that embraces both business and leisure travel, with a focus on events. We are confident that Crowne Plaza Adelaide will capitalise on strong corporate, conference and leisure demand.” AdelaidehotelsIHGlast_img read more

2 The Cardinals should try rookie quarterback Rya

first_img2. The Cardinals should try rookie quarterback Ryan Lindley. What do they have to lose?On a very rudimentary level, one could say the Cardinals have more games to lose. They have half a season ahead of them, and while things seem bad right now they are by no means in position to give up on the year.However, there are some who think the former San Diego State quarterback could spark an anemic Cardinals offense, and at the very least it is tough to imagine things being worse on that side of the ball. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The Arizona Cardinals have lost four straight games, the last two of which have been started by quarterback John Skelton.With little optimism the team will be able to turn around its offense, NFL columnist Pete Prisco suggests a change under center is the way to go.As part of a segment called “Three and outs”, which is three moves that need to be made, he lists a move to rookie Ryan Lindley second. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments   Share   last_img read more

Director Cody Westman looks at a monitor in this u

first_img Director Cody Westman looks at a monitor in this undated handout photo. Cody Westman first stumbled onto a film set in Montreal after reading an ad for extra work. Westman fell in love with film sets. After years as a background actor, and a brief stint in Vancouver’s film industry, he’s found himself on the other side of the country, and on the other side of the camera. The St. John’s-based director is flying to France to show his short film “Casey” at the Cannes Film Festival, which begins Tuesday, as part of Telefilm Canada’s Not Short on Talent Short Film Corner. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO – Cat’s Eye Cinema ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Cody Westman first stumbled onto a film set in Montreal after reading an ad for extra work.The music school graduate had just moved to the city, but soon found his language skills left him unemployable.“I thought [I] could live in Montreal and not speak French, you know, which is not the case,” Westman recalls in an interview.Westman fell in love with film sets. After years as a background actor, and a brief stint in Vancouver’s film industry, he’s found himself on the other side of the country, and on the other side of the camera.The St. John’s-based director is flying to France to show his short film “Casey” at the Cannes Film Festival, which begins Tuesday, as part of Telefilm Canada’s Not Short on Talent Short Film Corner.Casey is one of 22 films selected to screen at Canada’s short film pavilion during the festival. Westman and his co-producer Jenny Hawley are heading to Europe armed with copies of the film to hand out to interested buyers.The gothic-influenced short follows a day in the life of a young girl living with an overprotective mother. After an encounter with some well-dressed bullies, Casey’s reality starts to unravel.The film was written, filmed, and produced in St. John’s, but Westman says the story could be take place anywhere.“The only hint of Newfoundland in that story was a couple of the kids’ accents and that’s it. I wanted [it] to be sort of almost timeless in a way,” Westman says. “I didn’t want to stereotype anything, and you kind of want it to read anywhere.”The story might not be specific to the place it was filmed, but the province certainly played a role in Westman picking up the camera, and in funding his work.Westman moved from B.C. to St. John’s to be closer to his wife’s family. After a few months of working in restaurants and playing local shows, he decided to take his passion for filmmaking one step further. He bought a camera online, and taught himself to shoot from watching YouTube tutorials.His first documentary “Erin’s Pub,” about an historical St. John’s bar was picked up to play on Air Canada flights in 2015. He hasn’t stopped shooting since.“I’ve had so many jobs in my life and I’m finally able to do this for a living, so I feel very grateful about it,” he says.While Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal often double for American cities in film productions, Westman says Newfoundland and Labrador has developed its own class of creative filmmakers.“Out here is totally different because we’re so isolated and everything,” says Westman. “There’s just a lot of talent here and there’s also a lot of funding here too. There’s a lot of support.”Westman says he feels fortunate for the funding he’s received from the City of St. John’s, Telefilm, and the Newfoundland Independent Film Makers Co-Op since starting his directorial career.Filming in Newfoundland and Labrador comes with its challenges. Westman and his crew filmed “Casey” late last April in what Westman describes as “long johns weather.” The year before, he filmed another short during the same time of year, in 50 centimetres of snow.“It can be very challenging to make films here, 100 per cent. Shooting anything outside, the wind is nuts,” Westman says. “I think this place creates some tough filmmakers.”But Westman is toughing it out for the time being. 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