Margaret Atwood takes to Twitter to defend herself after MeToo oped

first_imgMargaret Atwood has taken to Twitter to defend herself after writing a controversial op-ed in which she wondered if she was a “bad feminist” for questioning the tactics of the #MeToo movement.In a piece published Saturday in The Globe and Mail, Atwood called #MeToo “a symptom of a broken legal system”.The op-ed drew sharp criticism from some observers, who were angered by what they saw as a betrayal of feminist values by an author who has long been interested in examining and questioning power structures that subjugate women.She wrote in the piece that women are increasingly using online channels to make accusations of sexual misconduct because the legal system is often ineffective.But she expressed misgivings about the movement going too far, writing of the dangers of “vigilante justice” which she said can turn into “a culturally solidified lynch-mob habit.”The 78-year-old author of “The Handmaid’s Tale”, who is famously active on Twitter, sent out more than 30 tweets on Sunday morning defending the positions she made in the piece.She also tweeted links to two other pieces that questioned #MeToo.One of them, “It’s Time to Resist the Excesses of #MeToo” by Andrew Sullivan in New York Magazine, compares an anonymous crowd-sourced list started by a woman working in media to warn other women about potentially dangerous men to the destructive, career-ending paranoia of the McCarthy era.Some of Atwood’s fans said they were upset by her characterization of #MeToo as a dangerous “witch hunt”, which her piece connects to movements that arose to deal with issues that weren’t being addressed by the legal system and evolved into politically-sanctioned violence, like the early days of the Cosa Nostra mafia and the beheadings during the French Revolution.Many fans were particularly rankled by her linking to the New York article, but Atwood insisted it was an attempt to understand opposing points of view and not an endorsement.Bestselling author Roxane Gay, who published a high-profile essay collection called “Bad Feminist” in 2104 about the nuances of feminist ideology, tweeted about Atwood’s piece, writing “Actually, Margaret…. with all due respect, this isn’t what I meant by Bad Feminist.”Several of Gay’s fans expressed disappointment that Atwood used the term without mentioning Gay, which some characterized as a dismissal of black women’s contributions to feminist discourse.This is not the first time Atwood’s feminist credentials have been questioned, a fact she draws into the argument of her op-ed.In the fall of 2016, she was one of many major Canadian authors who signed an open letter to the University of British Columbia in protest of the university’s handling of complaints of sexual misconduct against creative writing chair Stephen Galloway. The letter characterized the school’s investigation as secretive and unfair. Many of Galloway’s alleged victims and their supporters took issue with the letter’s signatories, who they said took Galloway’s side over that of his accusers.“A fair-minded person would now withhold judgment as to guilt until the report and the evidence are available for us to see,” she writes of the ongoing grievance Galloway’s union has filed against his dismissal from UBC. “My critics … have already made up their minds.”At the end of her piece, Atwood writes that patriarchy depends on keeping women divided against one another, and that women should resist those divisions.“If @MargaretAtwood would like to stop warring amongst women, she should stop declaring war against younger, less powerful women and start listening,” one user responded.Atwood could not immediately be reached for comment.last_img read more

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Wolf Trap Foundation Announces Summer Concerts

first_imgThe Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts has announced the first set of performances for its highly anticipated 2014 Summer Season.• Lionel Richie and CeeLo Green make their Wolf Trap debut for a two-night stand of blockbuster “All the Hits All Night Long” tour • Classical highlights include the National Symphony Orchestra with icons Yo-Yo Ma and Jean-Yves Thibaudet • The Philadelphia Orchestra returns to Wolf Trap for its only 2014 metro D.C. appearance • Jazz highlights include the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, and Pat Metheny on a bill with fellow Grammy-winning artist Bruce Hornsby • Expanded dance offerings include Pilobolus; Noche Flamenca; the final D.C. performance of the Trey McIntyre Project; and, in a Face of America program, debuts of the Oregon Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet, featuring a world premiere Wolf Trap commission • Expansive opera season includes a Filene Center production of Carmen, as well as the appointment of the first Wolf Trap Opera Artist in Residence, Eric Owens • Chart-topping artists include Josh Groban, Darius Rucker, Sarah McLachlan, and Il Volo • Returning icons Ringo Starr, Diana Ross, Heart, and Crosby, Stills and Nash • Family-friendly concerts include Disney’s Beauty and the Beast • NSO pop and film programs include D.C.-area debut of Pixar in Concert; Disney Fantasia Live in Concert; and a collaboration with Mary Chapin CarpenterAs America’s only National Park for the Performing Arts, Wolf Trap celebrates all genres of music in its 16-week summer season, welcoming all with a priority on accessibility and affordability.“In this 30th anniversary year of the rebirth of the Filene Center following devastating fires — a process that saw the community band together to support the arts — we are proud to welcome the greatest names across the spectrum of music, including Lionel Richie, Yo-Yo Ma, Wynton Marsalis, and Josh Groban,” said Arvind Manocha, Wolf Trap Foundation President and CEO. “Whether you’re a fan of symphonic music, opera, R&B, or rock, every music lover can celebrate Wolf Trap this summer.”Wolf Trap’s second summer show announcement will follow on April 17, 2014. All shows are at the Filene Center at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, 1551 Trap Road, Vienna, VA.Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded by Catherine Filene Shouse (1896-1994), produces and presents a full range of performance and education programs in the Greater Washington area, as well as nationally and internationally. Wolf Trap features three performance venues: the outdoor Filene Center and Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods, both located at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, and The Barns at Wolf Trap, located down the road from the national park and adjacent to the Center for Education at Wolf Trap. The 7,028-seat Filene Center is operated in partnership with the National Park Service and annually showcases an extensive array of diverse artists, ranging from pop, country, folk, and blues to classical music, dance, and theatre, as well as multimedia presentations, from May through September. The Barns at Wolf Trap is operated by the Wolf Trap Foundation year-round, and during the summer months is home to the Grammy-nominated Wolf Trap Opera, one of America’s outstanding resident ensemble programs for young opera singers. Wolf Trap’s education programs include the nationally acclaimed Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts and Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods, a diverse array of arts education classes and grants, and a nationally recognized internship program that was included in Bloomberg Business Week’s 2009 List of “Best Places to Intern.” As part of its ongoing commitment to protect and preserve the environment, Wolf Trap offers Metro access and is a founding member of the Green Music Group.Find out more here.Source:PR Newswirelast_img read more

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Indigenous Arts

first_imgAdvertisement Login/Register With: Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Advertisementcenter_img Advertisement Application deadline September 12, 2016PURPOSEToronto Arts Council’s Indigenous Arts Projects program is an annual multi-disciplinary project grant specifically for Indigenous artists, collectives and organizations.  For the purpose of this program, “Indigenous” is defined as a Canadian Aboriginal person who self-defines as First Nations (Status or Non-status), Métis, or Inuit[1].  TAC recognizes that in the diverse mosaic of Toronto, Indigenous people are the original inhabitants of the City, which has great historical and cultural significance as a place for ceremony, gathering, trade, and exchange.The program is designed to increase participation in and access to Toronto Arts Council funding by Indigenous artists, while increasing the creation and presentation of high-quality Indigenous art in the City.ELIGIBILITYIndividuals:Individuals must identify as Indigenous (Status or Non-Status First Nations, Métis, or Inuit)Individuals must have been a resident of the City of Toronto for at least one year prior to the deadline, and live and work in Toronto for at least 8 months a year. A Post Office Box address cannot be used to meet the residency requirement.Applicants who are pursuing a graduate degree may not apply for work related to their thesis. Note: A letter from the graduate program director confirming that the project is not related to the graduate student’s thesis may be required.  Please discuss with Grants Officer in advance.Individuals may receive one TAC Discipline project grant, including Indigenous Project grants, per calendar year. However, TAC offers other types of granting opportunities through its Strategic Initiatives envelope, and you may be eligible to apply to one of these programs. Please consult TAC’s website for other granting opportunities.Individuals must submit any outstanding final reports for previously-awarded TAC grants before applying to Indigenous Arts Projects.If you have any questions about your eligibility, or the eligibility of your project, please contact the program officer, Isidra Cruz.Organizations or Collectives:Organizations and collectives must be incorporated non-profit organizations or unincorporated collectives which operate on a non-profit basis;Organizations and collectives must be located in the City of Toronto. A Post Office Box address cannot be used to meet this requirement;Organizations and collectives may receive only one TAC Arts Discipline project grant, including Indigenous Arts Project grants, per calendar year. However, TAC offers other types of granting opportunities through its Strategic Initiatives envelope, and you may be eligible to apply to one of these programs.Organizations and collectives must submit any outstanding final reports for previously-awarded TAC grants before applying to Indigenous Arts Projects. Collectives are defined as:Two or more artists working together under a group name, either on a single project (ad hoc) or on an ongoing basis;For collectives of two artists, both must be City of Toronto residents and Indigenous. For collectives of more than two artists, the majority of members must be City of Toronto residents and Indigenous.Organizations must be:Artistically and financially controlled by an Indigenous person, as defined above;51% majority of Indigenous members on Board of Directors;51% majority of Indigenous members on Board Executive.The following are not eligible to apply to this program:Non-Indigenous artists, organizations and collectives;Organizations and collectives that receive Operating funding from TAC;Undergraduate students.[1] As legally recognized in the Canadian Constitution Act, 1982. Click here to view the full Indigenous Arts Projects Guidelines for 2016TAC Accessibility grant:Projects involving Deaf artists and artists with disabilities may apply for an additional TAC grant by completing the Accessibility Expenses section of the application and including the requisite information in their budget. A TAC Accessibility grant will provide up to a maximum of $5,000 towards accessibility costs for artists incurred during the project. Accessibility costs include but are not limited to: ASL interpretation, audio description, closed captioning, communications assistants, and attendant care.  See the program guidelines and application for details.Click here to applylast_img read more

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Casablanca, Second African City with Greatest Potential for Inclusive Growth

Casablanca- Casablanca, Morocco’s economic capital and melting pot city, has recently figured among Africa’s top three largest cities with the greatest potential for inclusive growth, according to the 2014 African Cities Growth Index (ACGI). According to the website L’agence Ecofin, the ACGI ranked Casablanca as the second African city with greatest potential for inclusive growth. Casablanca, the only representative Maghreb city, ranked right after Accra (capital of Ghana), and ahead of Freetown (capital of Sierra Leone).Accra is the only African city that was classified in the high-potential section. Casablanca and Freetown figured in the medium-high section, according to the same source. Casablanca also ranked 22nd in the 2014 Emerging Cities Outlook (ECO), and 3rd best weather place according to the March-April issue of the American Magazine Weatherwise.The 2014 ACGO featured two other large Moroccan cities: Rabat, the administrative capital, ranking 15th, and Fez, the kingdom’s spiritual capital, ranking 17th.The 2014 ACGI studied 74 African cities, which were classified into three categories according to their population size: large (more than one million), medium (between 500,000 and one million) and small (less than 500,000). After their classification, the cities were placed in one of four sections describing their potential for inclusive growth: high, medium-high, medium-low and low.“Inclusive growth occurs when the benefits of an expanding economy are widely shared with the population,” said Dr. Yuwa Hedrick-Wong, co-author and Chief Economist at the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth, as quoted by South African IT website Business Tech.“We believe that inclusive urbanization is a prerequisite for inclusive growth, and so the ACGI is a lens through which African cities can be assessed as future investment destinations,” added Dr. Yuwa. read more

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New security cordon around Buckingham Palace during Changing of the Guard to

first_imgRoad closures during Changing of the Guard will take place for an initial three-month trial periodCredit:Philip Toscano/PA Armed police outside Buckingham Palace on Wednesday amid heightened security From Wednesday, Constitution Hill, the Queen Victoria Memorial, Spur Road, Link Road and The Mall – up to the junction with Marlborough Road – will be closed between 10.45am and 12.30pm on the days of Changing the Guard.Additional barriers will also be in place to maintain security for the guard movements, Scotland Yard said. Armed police outside Buckingham Palace on Wednesday amid heightened securityCredit:Ben Cawthra/LNP Armed officers survey the area as crowds look on outside Buckingham PalaceCredit:Jeff Gilbert for The Telegraph The road closures will take place for an initial three-month trial period, which the Metropolitan Police said had been planned for some time as part of “ongoing security measures”.But the force confirmed that the trial had been brought forward to Wednesday as a direct response to events in Berlin. Standing by were mounted officers, along with several police cars and bicycles, stationed at various points in the cordoned-off area.  Buckingham Palace is being protected by a security cordon designed to prevent Berlin-style lorry attacks during the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony.Scotland Yard announced that, starting on Wednesday, roads around the Palace will be closed to traffic between 10.45am and 12.30pm on days when the ceremony is taking place.It attracts thousands of tourists to the Palace every morning and remains one of London’s most popular attractions. Met Commander Simon Bray, responsible for security, said: “The threat to the UK from international terrorism remains severe, meaning an attack is highly likely.”He added: “The Met undertakes a range of different activities including strengthening security and high-visibility policing as part of a counter-terrorist strategy, and it will continue to take whatever action it believes is necessary to protect and reassure the public.”Police continue to work in partnership to minimise disruption, but its priority is to ensure the safety and security of those who live, work and visit London.” An armed police officer outside the gates of Buckingham PalaceCredit:Jeff Gilbert for The Telegraph An armed police officer outside the gates of Buckingham Palacecenter_img The announcement came after patrols were on Tuesday stepped up at UK festive markets.Greater Manchester Police said it had strengthened its presence at the city’s Christmas markets, which have almost 350 stalls spread across 10 sites. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Meanwhile, Foreign Office travel advice will describe the terror threat in countries abroad in more detail to help travellers make “informed decisions” about their plans, Boris Johnson announced.It will report on whether attacks are likely to happen, the targets of previous attacks and methods used, which groups are responsible, and what host countries are doing to counter the threat. The changes will be implemented in the coming months.The threat to the UK from international terrorism remains severe, meaning an attack is highly likely. West Midlands Police said it was reviewing security measures and increasing visible patrols in Birmingham, and had a dedicated team of response officers ensuring the safety of visitors to the city’s popular Christmas German market.Visitors to the Southbank Winter Festival, next to London’s Royal Festival Hall, were handed cards warning them about the risk of terrorism as police officers chatted to shoppers. Police outside Manchester Christmas market on Tuesday after the Berlin attack The Changing of the Guard ceremony attracts thousands of tourists and remains one of London's most popular attractions Police outside Manchester Christmas market on Tuesday after the Berlin attackCredit: Jon Super for The Telegraph The lockdown did little to dissuade tourists, who still filled the pavements in their hundreds to witness the celebrated spectacle on Wednesday morning.At 11.30am, the guard began marching from Wellington Barracks and through the Palace gates as a sea of tourist cameras tracked their progress.  Armed officers survey the area as crowds look on outside Buckingham Palacelast_img read more

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How the Archers helped the Ice Maidens become first allfemale group to

first_imgThe women celebrating Christmas during their expedition “They are an inspiration to us all and are role models to young people across the country,” he said. “They truly demonstrate why the British Armed Forces are the best in the world, and show that with hard work, courage, and determination anything is possible.”Sophie, Countess of Wessex, who was an early supporter tweeted: “Congratulations Ice Maidens! You have achieved your dream and performed an incredible feat of endurance physically and mentally.”But the message the team may treasure the most came from the official Twitter account of The Archers. “Congratulations @exicemaiden for crossing Antarctica in a record-breaking 62 days,” it said. “A lot’s gone on in Ambridge while you’ve been away – happy catching up”. Musing on possible goings-on, she said: “Seeing as we will be skiing, perhaps it can snow lots in Ambridge and they all have to get around on skis?” For many, all they need to endure to be rewarded with an omnibus of The Archers is a week’s work. But for a team of female British soldiers, the promise of catching up on the going-ons in Ambridge was the light at the end of a merciless, soul-sapping slog to become the first all-female group to cross Antarctica unsupported.After 62 days on the ice, and crossing more than 1,000 miles, the Army’s Ice Maiden Expedition crossed the finish line at the Hercules Inlet just before 10am on Saturday.Among the six-woman team were Major Nicola Wetherill, Major Natalie Taylor and Captain Zanna Baker – all devoted observers of Borsetshire life, despite (or perhaps because of) its distinct lack of snow-blasted glaciers and Gentoo penguins.Before the expedition, Major Wetherill told the BBC that she and Major Taylor whiled away the hours on training walks by discussing how plots on the gentle Radio 4 drama might turn out, and said they planned to make up for missing the show while in Antarctica by imagining their own storylines.“Natalie and I talked about coming up with “alternative Antarctica-Archers plots” and seeing how different they were when we got back,” she said. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.center_img Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary, congratulated the “heroic” and “trailblazing” team, which raised more than £1,500 for Breast Cancer Care and the Army Cadet Forces Association. Captain Baker, of the Royal Artillery, spoke of trying to convert the other Ice Maidens, reservist Major Sandy Hennis of the Royal Signals, Lieutenant Jenni Stephenson of the Royal Artillery and Honourable Artillery Company reservist Lance Sergeant Sophie Montagne.“The other members of the team, who did not previously listen to The Archers, are slowly having to give in, otherwise they miss out on large chunks of our conversations!” she said.The Maidens, led by Major Wetherill – whose family celebrated Christmas in October – and Major Taylor – both of the Royal Army Medical Corps – travelled up to 27 miles a day, navigating crevasse fields while pulling sledges weighing up to 176 lb and battling temperatures as low as -40F. Speaking after crossing the line, Major Wetherill said: “I’m just so incredibly proud of the team. I can’t believe how far we’ve come.“This journey has had good times, bad times and great times for all concerned, and each of them, I know, has made us better people. The women celebrating Christmas during their expeditionlast_img read more

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Opinion Martin ONeill is the right man to replace Trap as Ireland

first_imgMick McCarthy and Chris Hughton, however, both have an unquestionable allure, but will they really want to dishonour their current contracts in favour of taking over what most people will regard as a third or fourth-tier international side at best? Even Brian McDermott, having only recently signed a three-year contract with Leeds, may be reluctant to put his name forward, despite having an Irish backgroundAnother name that has been bandied about is René Meulensteen — the former Manchester United coach, who was controversially sacked as Anzhi Makhachkala manager, after just 16 days in the role. Appointing him would be both brave and ambitious, and could pay dividends, but his lack of a managerial track record means he would surely be too much of a risk. And even allowing for his shortcomings in this department, the FAI will hardly be keen on hiring another foreigner from left field — especially one who also has an ostensible penchant for abstract footballing philosophies.However, of all these candidates, Roy Keane may be more of a possibility than people think. Of course, he has never been on the best of terms with the FAI, but if he is willing to bury the hatchet and work with Niall Quinn at Sunderland, then surely the same rules must apply in relation to John Delaney. Meanwhile, the FAI, given their well-documented financial troubles, may find the Keane brand difficult to resist, as it’s hard to think of anyone else more naturally adept at generating publicity and attracting big crowds than the fiery ex-Manchester United midfielder.Yet, from a less romantic perspective, it seems O’Neill is both the most sensible and viable choice. He is effectively everything that Trapattoni is not and would thus represent a welcome-if-imperfect antidote.FAI ‘considering the position’ of Trapattoni after Austria defeat>4 things we learned from tonight’s Austria v Ireland game> (Republic of Ireland’s Robbie Keane and Richard Dunne after last night’s game – INPHO/Donall Farmer)And there would be plenty of benefits from Ireland’s perspective too, chiefly, his European experience. While they may have had a notoriously poor away record in the Champions League, by and large, O’Neill excelled in such situations with Celtic. They frequently punched above their weight during his reign, beating teams as eminent as Barcelona, Liverpool and Lyon. Ireland now would not be of too dissimilar a standard to the Scottish side then, and unlike Trap, O’Neill has vast experience in helping smaller teams punch well above their weight.Moreover, rather than publicly ridiculing his players as Trapattoni has tended to do all too often, O’Neill would surely infuse the Irish team with the self-belief they so patently need. While his temperamental tendencies may not always please everyone, the Northern Irishman’s motivational skills are well documented.  And his pragmatic approach with Celtic in Europe prompted him to adopt a 4-5-1 formation for most away games, so we would surely see an end to the dreaded 4-4-2 style relentlessly favoured by Trap were he to take over.O’Neill’s tactics would hardly be overly sophisticated either, as his teams rely on a long-ball game more often than not. Nevertheless, his sides are bound to be less cautious and consequently, more entertaining than Trap’s and he is willing to experiment and give youth a chance — the sudden integration of James McClean into the Sunderland first team under his tenure constitutes a prime example. It is therefore hard to imagine an O’Neill-managed team ending a vital game with such a whimper, as Ireland did last night.In addition, when you look at the other names being mentioned, the case for O’Neill grows even more compelling. Roy Keane, by contrast, would surely represent too much of a gamble. Indeed, there is something Trapattoni-esque about the Corkonian’s managerial style as evidenced by his tendency to fall out with and subsequently ostracise players (Liam Miller, Dwight Yorke), coupled with the occasional, inexplicably odd decision (selling Jordan Rhodes to Huddersfield). IN AN IDEAL world, Martin O’Neill would not be the front-runner for the Ireland job, as Giovanni Trapattoni’s exit looms following last night’s tame loss to Austria.But Irish fans are kidding themselves if they think they can get a truly top-class manager installed in what many coaches will regard as a poisoned chalice.Indeed, even the prospect of hiring a fading great with an excellent past pedigree á la Trapattoni is highly unlikely. It is not anticipated that the FAI and Denis O’Brien will be quite so generous this time around, given the country’s increasing economic woes and the fact that, while by no means a failure, Trap was hardly worth the exorbitant levels of cash they’ve been spending on him for the past five years.Accordingly, with most fans now well and truly sick of the Italian, the association are likely to yield to public opinion and go with someone whose values are the antithesis to those of the 74-year-old; hence O’Neill would seem like an obvious choice in this context.Yet while he would surely be a fan favourite, the Northern Irishman might be viewed as a flawed appointment in some circles. After all, it could be argued that he hasn’t been an unequivocal success at any club he’s managed since Leicester City. He was sacked by Sunderland as they were one point above the relegation zone, he left Villa in dire straits by resigning just five days before the start of the new season, and even at Celtic, he lost nearly as many league titles as he won.center_img Yet a closer examination of the stats reveals he did a decent-to-great job at each of these clubs. He was Celtic’s most successful manager since Jock Stein. He also helped the Scottish club qualify for the group stages of the Champions League in four of his five seasons in charge there (and oversaw their run to the UEFA Cup final the one time they were beaten in the third qualifying round of Europe’s biggest club competition).Similarly, while his stints at Villa and Sunderland were less memorable, it was by no means disastrous on either occasion. One need only look at where both these clubs have ended up since to get an accurate measure of O’Neill’s worth. Villa finished sixth three seasons in a row under the Northern Irishman, and endured a drastic decline once he left. His time at Sunderland was marred by a disappointing second season in charge that ultimately cost him his job there, but as with Villa, they are hardly better off without him, and currently sit joint bottom in the Premier League under Paolo Di Canio, having just lost 3-1 to Crystal Palace.O’Neill would likely be a popular choice among fans and it seems the right time for him to take over too. His disappointment at Sunderland means an immediate Premier League return is improbable, and the only obvious alternative would be a Championship club. At 61, the less rigorous regime that the Ireland job would entail may seem more appealing to O’Neill, rather than roughing it up with the likes of Yeovil and Doncaster.last_img read more

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Lacazette ready for a fresh start at Arsenal

first_imgAlexandre Lacazette is ready to move from the struggles of his debut campaign at Arsenal and prove doubters wrong by improving on his goal tally in the upcoming seasonThe Frenchman struggled to live up to his £46.5m price tag from his transfer last summer and ended, what promised to be a an exciting spell, in disappointing fashion with just a mere 17 goals in 39 appearances across all competitions.Lacazette’s performances were often the subject of criticism by both pundits and fans alike throughout the entire season and he was omitted from the France squad that would later win the World Cup this year.But the 27-year-old has refused to let the criticism get the better of him and he is now ready for a fresh new start with the Gunners after scoring the equalising goal in their victory over Chelsea on Wednesday night.“I don’t care how people judge me,” said Lacazette, according to Reuters.“I know if I stay in Arsenal the club is happy and my team-mates as well. This is the most important thing.“It (last season) has finished and for me it’s the past. OK, when I didn’t score, of course I was frustrated but it’s finished. It was my first season so I can’t be too hard on myself, even if I wanted to score more goals.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“I’ve learned from this and now I am happy to start a new season.”Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was signed by Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund in January for a club record fee and the striker made an instant impression by scoring 10 goals in his first 13 Premier League games.But Lacazette denies that he feels any rivalry towards Aubameyang.“I never said it (Aubameyang’s arrival) was bad for me, only people in the press said it was bad,” he said.“I was happy because I knew I could play with him.“I didn’t see him as a rival, more like a team-mate, so since the beginning I was happy about his signature.”Arsenal will begin their Premier League campaign against Manchester City on August 12.last_img read more

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Fake techsupport scams on Twitter could cost you study warns

first_img Tags Share your voice Tech-support scams have a common attack plan.  Microsoft Researchers are warning Twitter users to double-check tech-support accounts before handing over their credit card numbers. A report from cybersecurity firm Trend Micro, published Tuesday, detailed some of the latest ways cybercriminals are using the social media platform to defraud users of their cash. Trend Micro analyzed Twitter data over a three-day period in February and found criminals are gaming search engine results to lure more victims. This includes repetitively posting fake phone numbers while posing as official technical-support agents over the phone and convincing victims to hand over credit card information. Cybercriminals are also using fake tech-support Twitter accounts to distribute data-stealing malware targeting bank accounts. The Twitter scams are part of a multiplatform effort by fraudsters across Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and Telegram, according to Trend Micro. “Directly thwarting tech-support scams is tricky, as they don’t rely on malicious executables or hacking tools,” the study said. “They instead prey on unsuspecting victims through social engineering.” Twitter has policies against scams and abuse. Trend Micro said it found these rules are actively enforced and that many of the scammer accounts it found were quickly taken down.Readers can access the full report on Trend Micro’s site. Twitter didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. 1:07 Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: 0 How to avoid tech support scams Security Applicationslast_img read more

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Alia Bhatt celebrates 26th birthday with Karan Johar and boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor

first_imgAlia Bhatt 26th birthday bash pictures.InstagramIt is Bollywood star Alia Bhatt’s 26th birthday today and the actor rang in the special day with her close friends from the film industry and her family. Alia’s boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor was clicked outside her house in Mumbai on Thursday night.Apart from Ranbir Kapoor, others spotted at Alia Bhatt’s birthday bash were the filmmaker and her mentor Karan Johar along with Brahmastra director Ayan Mukerji. Karan Johar has produced nine movies of Alia Bhatt, including her debut Student of the Year and her forthcoming films Brahmastra and Kalank. Alia Bhatt will soon be seen in SS Rajamouli’s Telugu film RRR along with actor Ajay Devgn.Alia Bhatt’s mom Soni Razdan was present on her birthday eve bash, and so was her filmmaker dad Mahesh Bhatt. The Raazi actress’ close childhood gal pals were also seen at the duo, including designer Masaba Gupta who has shared a picture on her Instagram, and Anushka Ranjan. Alia Bhatt also shared Instagram Stories to talk about her mother’s film No Fathers in Kashmir. Alia Bhatt Insta Story with her mom Soni Razdan.Instagram / Alia BhattThe paps clicked Ranbir Kapoor walking in Alia Bhatt’s house for her birthday party. There has been news of the wedding of Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor. The two have been going strong ever since they began shooting for Brahmastra, the first part of a trilogy of films being made by Ayan Mukerji and produced Dharma Productions.Take a look at some pictures from Alia Bhatt’s birthday party!last_img read more

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60000 cops to identify Bangladeshi immigrants in Assam

first_imgMap of Assam (red-circled), IndiaIndia has mobilised around 60,000 police and paramilitary troops in a sensitive border state ahead of the publication of a list of citizens it says will be used to detect and deport illegal immigrants – mainly Muslims – from neighbouring Bangladesh.Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) took power in the eastern state of Assam for the first time last year, vowing to act against illegal Muslim residents who take away jobs from local Hindus.On Sunday the state government will release a draft National Register of Citizens (NRC) after a census carried out for the first time since 1951.The exercise could lead to communal tensions in Assam, which has the second highest percentage of Muslims of any Indian state. Muslims leaders have called the NRC a tool to make them stateless, likening themselves to Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya minority.“The NRC is being done to identify illegal Bangladeshis residing in Assam,” Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam’s finance minister who is also in charge of the citizenship register, told Reuters. “All those whose names do not figure in the NRC will have to be deported. We’re taking no chances and hence all security measures have been taken.”Sarma said Hindu Bangladeshis who faced persecution there would be given shelter in India, in line with federal policy.A spokesman for the home affairs ministry in New Delhi had no immediate comment.Bangladesh’s home minister Asaduzzaman Khan said Dhaka had no knowledge of any plans to deport people. “We didn’t receive any information from the Indian government, neither formally nor informally,” he said.It is estimated that there are more than 2 million Muslims in Assam who trace their roots to Bangladesh.To be recognised as Indian citizens, they must be able to produce documents proving that they or their family lived in the country before 24 March 1971.“My grandparents and my parents were all born in India but today we are finding it difficult to provide documents to support our claims that we are Indians,” said Asiful Rahman, a teacher at an Islamic seminary in a Muslim-majority district of Assam.“Our parents and grandparents were illiterate and did not keep any legal documents, and for that we are facing the test of proving our Indian nationality now.”Tens of thousands of people fled to India from Bangladesh during its war of independence from Pakistan in the early 1970s. Most of them settled in Assam, in India’s north-east, and the neighbouring state of West Bengal, where there are similar demands to send back illegal Muslim immigrants.“BAGS PACKED”When Modi’s BJP swept to power nationally in 2014, the election was marred by sectarian violence in Assam that killed more than 40 people. During that campaign, Modi told illegal immigrants in states bordering Bangladesh to have their “bags packed” ready to be sent home should he win.Since taking office, meanwhile, the government has been making it easier for Hindus, Buddhists and Christians from Bangladesh and Pakistan to gain citizenship in India.Proposed changes to the law would mean no Hindu or other minority from those countries who arrived in India before the end of 2016 would be considered illegal immigrants.Modi’s administration also plans to nearly halve the number of years Hindus and other minorities from the neighbouring countries need for naturalisation to six years, in line with a long-held belief on the religious right that India is the home for all Hindus.A pilot project to update the NRC in Assam in 2010, under the previous Congress government, had to be stopped due to what the government called “law and order problems”. The current process is being monitored by the Supreme Court and it could be months or years before the list is finalised.The Assam government has stepped up security after a senior Muslim leader told a news conference last month that any registration of citizens on the basis of religion would be “devastating” for the country and there could be “unrest”.“One needs a number of documents to prove the family lineage and nationality,” said Rafiqul Ali, a college student in the Muslim-dominated Barpeta district of Assam. “I know many of my friends and relatives who were unable to submit all the documents required to get names enlisted in the NRC.”last_img read more

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In Other States Teachers Are On Strike Should Texas Educators Walk Out

first_img Share GABRIEL CRISTÓVER PÉREZ/KUT NEWSTeachers have walked off the job in West Virginia, Kentucky, and Oklahoma – and there are rumblings that Arizona could be next. Their demands in each state vary, but they can be boiled down to wanting a bigger piece of the pie, either for themselves or the schools they work in.Michael Lindenberger, a member of the editorial board for the Dallas Morning News, is asking: should Texas teachers be next? In a column, he offers reasons why teachers in the Lone Star State should pay attention to what their colleagues in other states are doing.“They are modeling behavior that is getting results. At least it has in West Virginia,” Lindenberger says. “In Texas we’ve had years of struggle to try to get the Legislature to make meaningful reform for education financing, and it hasn’t worked. So I think the teachers could look at this example in these other states to realize that they have a unique sort of leverage.”One of the main demands of teachers in other states is an increase in their salaries, but in Texas the concern is about funding for education in general.“Anybody can look at their local school districts and see that the share of funding from the state has significantly declined,” Lindenberger says. “It’s much more heavily on the backs of the local taxpayers and local school districts. That’s something that is a profound fail of leadership in the state of Texas.”Lindenberger says teacher strikes are illegal in Texas.“What they’ve done in Kentucky, where it’s also illegal, is use sick days to walk out of the classroom,” he says. “Calling for the teachers to walk out of their students I think is premature. Right now, teachers walking out would not accomplishing anything, but at some point you can’t expect change without people taking strong steps.”In his column, Lindenberger says the Legislature cut the state’s school budget by over $5.6 billion in 2011.“A couple years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that it wasn’t unconstitutional the way that Texas pays for its schools, but it was really, really bad, and called on the Legislation to fix it. And they haven’t,” Lindenberger says. “That’s something that everybody ought to be concerned about and teachers ought to raise their voice, whether they end up walking out of the classroom or not.”Lindenberger says teachers should be involved when the Legislature resumes the discussion next January.“The example of these other states shows a few things. One is that teachers do have moral authority, and leverage,” he says. “The relevance here in Texas is that we have tried a bunch of other things, including litigation, including politics. None of that seems to be working.”last_img read more

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Runaways is Something Completely Different for Marvel

first_imgStay on target MCU News: First Photos of Captain Marvel, a Drax Solo Film & MoreMCU News: The Smartest Hero Confirmed, Runaways’ Return & More The teen drama never really left, but it appears to be undergoing something of a renaissance right now. Maybe it’s because they’ve figured out how to write them to appeal to more than just teenagers. Maybe it’s because the current generation of adults in their 20s and 30s don’t feel like they’ve yet reached what adulthood is “supposed” to be. Or maybe we all just love trashy teenage soap operas and feel the need to justify our perceived immaturity.The CW’s Riverdale was the first teen drama in a while to appeal to a wide variety of people outside its target audience. It combines Lynchian storytelling, bonkers plots, and mesmerizing lighting and set design with Archie Comics nostalgia to create something really special. Even my 60+-year-old stepdad loves the show because he used to read Archie back in the day. Now Marvel is attempting to get in on the teen drama renaissance, and they have just the comic for it. No, it’s not Trouble. Although, what a weird, crazy thing that would be.Runaways was a short-lived, but fantastic comic written in the early 2000s by Brian K. Vaughan. The show follows the same basic story, though it’s already been fleshed out a lot. A group of teenagers who’ve all grown apart over the years are forced back together when they find our their parents are part of a supervillain cabal called, “The Pride.” In the comics, they live together in an abandoned house (hence the name, “Runaways”), and try to figure out how to defeat their evil parents. We’re not quite at that part yet. As far as the comics timeline went, at three episodes in, we’re currently in the middle of issue #2. They’re really adding a ton of detail to this one.Rhenzy Feliz (Photo by Paul Sarkis – © 2017 Hulu)That’s probably my favorite thing about the show so far. In a comic book, you only have 22 pages to tell a story and get readers hooked for the next one. That’s not a ton of time. With a full 45-55 minutes per episode, a TV show is capable of so much more, and Runaways makes fantastic use of its extra time. In the original comic, each character is given a page and a half at most before they all come together. The first episode spends a lot more time with them apart. You really get the sense that something’s been lost. They’ve all naturally drifted apart as they got older and their interests diverged.That process was only accelerated by the death of their friend and Nico’s sister, Amy. Of the three episodes released just before Thanksgiving weekend, the first is the strongest. I saw it ahead of time at New York Comic Con, and I was still glued to the TV watching it a second time. It’s just a really well-put-together hour of television. Every scene matters. Every line of dialogue tells you something. There isn’t a wasted moment in the whole thing. You see how everyone’s dealing with the loss of the friendship they used to have, and it’s an emotional, triumphant moment when they all show up at Alex’s door near the end.The second episode is an interesting retelling of the first, from the perspective of the parents. It’s a perspective we never got in the original comics, and it’s one that Vaughan, who consulted on the show, always wanted to put into the story. He just didn’t have time as low sales meant the comic always felt like it was one issue away from cancellation.The parents are much more human and three-dimensional in the series than they ever were in the comics. They’re still doing evil things, and it’s still not entirely clear why, but they have their own problems and dilemmas to deal with. The fact that they now have children the same age as the people they’re killing weighs on them, and they all have different ways of coping with that. It’s a level of humanity you don’t often get from comic book villains. I’m just as interested to see where they’re stories go as I am the Runaways.Ryan Sands, Angel Parker (Photo by Paul Sarkis – © 2017 Hulu)It also differentiates Runaways from Riverdale in a subtle, but important way. Riverdale, is solely from the perspective of the kids. Their parents are almost catoonishly evil, which is perfect for instilling a sense of teen angst and desire for rebellion in the audience. Runaways as a comic did that from the beginning, with the parents being literal supervillains.Here, they’re still that, but we get to see things from their perspective. The parents are evil, but they have reasons for doing what they do. We may disagree with their actions, but we can’t write them off as entirely bad people. Well, except for Chase’s dad. He’s legit awful. The show manages to strike a very hard balance with the parents. We still get all the teen angst from having the parents be actually evil, but they are also fully realized enough to create an interesting, complex story. For Marvel’s first attempt at teen drama, it’s cool to see them nail this aspect so well.As much as I enjoy how much more Runaways is fleshing out its world, it means the story moves along at almost too slow a pace. We’re three episodes into a show called Runaways and nobody’s run away from anything yet. They’re still in the investigation phase, which takes place over the course of the next day, rather than all night immediately after they watch their parents murder a girl. It’s a more realistic pace to be sure, but three episodes in, I want the show to get to the point already. I know TV storytelling has different needs than a comic book does, but I want a comics-based show to at least approximate the speed of its source material.Ariela Barer (Photo by Patrick Wymore – © 2017 Hulu)That said, I really have enjoyed getting to know these kids. The actors are all phenomenal in their own ways, which is rare for a teen drama like this. Especially Molly Hernandez, played by Allegra Acosta. She has the most obvious power so far, and it’s been fun watching her discover her super-strength. She plays the child-like curiosity really well, and watching the youngest, most upbeat member of the crew tear apart a wall with her bare hands is just cool.The characters all start to discover their abilities in the back half of the third episode, which is fun. Karolina is only starting to discover the origin of the strange lights that appear when she takes off her bracelet, and Nico finally gets her hands on the Staff of One. It’s not inside her body yet, but she does make it snow in a fun, gorgeous and eventually awkward scene.The relationships between the kids are also fantastic and I’m glad the show is taking its time with them. Alex and Nico are incredibly cute together. She keeps a stoic front when he talks to her, only allowing herself to show emotion when nobody’s looking. This happens in the first episode when she pretends to be listening to music only to turn it on for real after Alex mentions he misses her. Then again in the third episode when he kisses her and she put on a standoffish front, only to smile when he drives away.The love triangle between Chase, Karolina, and Gert is also developing naturally, making sure we’re invested in whatever drama comes our way. While the slow pace is holding up the overall story a little bit, it makes sure all the relationships feel earned. And they’re the backbone of any teen drama anyway. Whether it’s Riverdale, The Hunger Games, or even Battle Royale, you come for the teen violence, but you stay for the crushes.Gregg Sulkin, Ariela Barer, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Allegra Acosta (Photo by Paul Sarkis – © 2017 HuluMarvel’s first series on Hulu is completely different from anything we’ve seen from them before. The Los Angeles setting, much like the platform it’s on, separates it from the rest of the Marvel Studios canon. It avoids the awkwardness of Avengers tower never being visible in the Netflix series, despite them taking place in the same continuity as the movies. There are no forced mentions of “The Incident.” Much like the comic it’s based on, the action is completely separate from the main Marvel heroes. That gives the series the freedom to be it’s own thing.Runaways is a fun teen drama first and a Marvel superhero show second. That combination is working really well for it. It’s a new flavor for Marvel, and it’s always exciting to see that company branch out beyond its comfort zone. At a point where Marvel’s Netflix series all have one tone and the MCU movies all have another, a new direction like Runaways is exactly what Marvel needs.last_img read more

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