Alt-J are gearing up for their third studio album, due out June 9th, 2017. Relaxer is to feature eight original tracks from the band, and is their first release since 2014. In support of such, the indie rockers made a stop at The Tonight Show to perform their first official single “In Cold Blood” alongside Questlove and The Roots.Watch the performance below:See posters detailing the new album art and forthcoming tour dates, below.
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The Chief Executive gave the convicts,who have been “unlawfully” released since 2014 based on good conduct, to turnthemselves in within 15 days. According to Baleros, only seven outof 55 freed criminals in the province have so far turned themselves to variouspolice stations. He noted that these inmates came fromthe cities of Cadiz; Himamaylan; Silay; La Carlota; and townsof Hinoba-an; Calatrava; and La Castellana. “They can also surrender to the Bureauof Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) or in the Bureau of Correction (BuCor)”he said. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Colonel AdrianAcollador, Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office deputy director, said asurrenderer from Himamaylan City has already completed the service of hissentence, while another one from Cadiz City also yielded to cops, although theconvict stated he forgot the nature of his release and failed to present hisdocuments. BACOLOD City – With only one day leftbefore the deadline, Negros Occidental police chief Colonel Romeo Balerosreminded all freed heinous crime convicts to surrender on or before Thursday. President Duterte recently ordered thearrest of 1,914 heinous crime convicts freed early based on a wronginterpretation of the Good Conduct Time Allowance (RA 10592) law for committingthe crime of evasion of a sentence. “If convicts failed to surrenderbeyond President Rodrigo Duterte’s Sept. 19 deadline, then they will be deemedto be fugitives from justice and they can be arrested,” he said. The joint committee will submit itsreport and draft revised IRR, uniform policy and guidelines on the computationof time credits and allowances under RA 10592 to the Secretary of Justice andSecretary of the Interior and Local Government within 10 working days from theissuance of the order./PN Four convicts from the La CarlotaCity, Silay City, Hinoba-an, and La Castellana have already been referred tothe Negros Occidental District Jail, while the convict who surrendered in thetown of Calatrava has been directly referred to the BuCor. Earlier, Interior Secretary EduardoAño and Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra have created a joint committee “toreview the Implementing Rules and Regulations and the Uniform Policy andGuidelines on the computation of credits and allowances provided under RA10592.”
COMMENT Last Updated: 28th August, 2020 07:32 IST NFL 2020: Titans Want AFC South Crown, AFC Title Game Return Linebacker Rashaan Evans took a few days off after the Tennessee Titans’ season ended in the AFC championship game LIVE TV FOLLOW US Linebacker Rashaan Evans took a few days off after the Tennessee Titans’ season ended in the AFC championship game.Then he got back to work along with many of his teammates.Coming up one win short of reaching the Super Bowl is powerful inspiration.“Having that opportunity to get to that last game, I think it definitely gave me even a bigger motivation because I know how to get there now,” Evans said.The Titans turned around a 2-4 start with a quarterback switch and then Derrick Henry’s historic run through the playoffs in coach Mike Vrabel’s second season. Tennessee re-signed Ryan Tannehill to a new four-year, $118 million deal and used the franchise tag to keep the NFL’s rushing leader before signing him.The franchise that lost 35-24 to Kansas City in the AFC title game returns 10 of 11 starters on offense but lost coordinator Dean Pees to retirement and traded away five-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman Jurrell Casey to Denver in March.Now Vrabel and the Titans will try to build on that continuity.“I’m part of a team that’s hungry for the playoffs,” left tackle Taylor Lewan said. “It’s hungry for getting one game farther than we did last year. It’s hungry for making more steps and strides, not just as individuals, but also from a whole team standpoint.”Some things to know with the Titans:DEFENSIVE PLAY-CALLERPees retired for the second and last time a day after the Titans lost to the Chiefs. Vrabel hired Jim Haslett , a former Saints and Rams head coach and defensive coordinator, as his inside linebackers coach. For months, Vrabel didn’t say who would replace Pees calling defensive schemes on game day. But outside linebackers coach Shane Bowen will be calling plays with Vrabel’s input.NEW RIGHT TACKLEThe new starter on offense is expected to be veteran right tackle Dennis Kelly replacing Jack Conklin, who signed with Cleveland. The Titans also used their first-round draft pick on Isaiah Wilson out of Georgia. Kelly replaced Lewan when he was suspended the first four games of last season. The seven-year veteran has started 16 of 58 games with Tennessee, but the 6-foot-6, 350-pound Wilson was the 29th pick overall.The Titans had an open spot on the offensive line last season. Nate Davis, the third-round pick out of Charlotte, started 12 games after moving into the starting lineup in October.COREY DAVIS’ TIMEThe Titans picked up the fifth-round option on cornerback Adoree’ Jackson but not for wide receiver Corey Davis — the fifth pick overall in 2017. Davis would have cost $15.6 million for 2021 under that option despite ranking second to rookie A.J. Brown with 43 catches for 601 yards last season. Davis has six TD catches and 1,867 yards receiving in three seasons.KICKERThe Titans had the NFL’s worst field-goal unit last season making 44.4% of kicks. Greg Joseph was the fifth and final kicker last season, and his lone field goal attempt came in the AFC title game. He did make all 18 extra points in his five games. Undrafted free agent Tucker McCann of Missouri was signed to push Joseph, the kind of competition Tennessee didn’t have last season.BACKUP QBThe Titans know Tannehill is their starter with his new contract. Now they need his backup with Logan Woodside the favorite despite his pro experience being all of eight games in the Alliance of American Football in 2019. He spent last season on the Titans’ practice squad with an injury, helping offensive coordinator Arthur Smith and charting plays on the sideline during games.Tennessee cut seventh-round pick Cole McDonald out of Hawaii on Aug. 19 and signed Trevor Siemian with his 25 starts with Denver and the Jets for an experienced option.PANDEMIC ISSUESTennessee’s top draft pick started training camp on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, then offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson got a warning from Tennessee State University police at an off-campus apartment Aug. 15. The police report said Wilson ran to a second-floor balcony and appeared to consider jumping before sitting back down.”I’ve talked to him privately and continued to talk to the team and stress the importance of the decisions we make outside the building as it relates to the people we’re around because of COVID,” Vrabel said.The pandemic also ruins the Titans’ chances of packing Nissan Stadium coming off a deep playoff run. No fans will be at the home opener Sept. 20 against Jacksonville.“Fans or no fans you’ve got to go play, so that’s the mindset we have to have,” Henry said. “We’re trying to go win football games. Like I said, adjust to the circumstances.”Image credits: AP WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By Associated Press Television News First Published: 28th August, 2020 07:32 IST
Irish bookmakers demand clarity on reopening orders June 17, 2020 The Irish Bookmakers Association (IBA) will work with UK counterpart the Industry Group for Responsible Gambling (IGRG) to enhance the objectives and coverage of ‘Responsible Gambling Week 2018’ (RG Week, 1-7 November).Updating the market, Sharon Byrne Chair of the IBA has confirmed that the organisation will support IGRG initiatives on Responsible Gambling across Irish betting premises.In Ireland, RG Week 2018 will be supported by more than 800 betting shops and head offices involving around 5,500 staff, and by the Irish Amusement Trade Association, Horse Racing Ireland and both the Irish Greyhound and Horse Racing Tote.Commenting on RG Week initiatives Sharon Byrne stated; “We held a very successful Responsible Gambling Week in Ireland earlier this year and joining IGRG’s event in November is a great opportunity to take part in the biggest conversation we have ever had about responsible gambling.As IBA Chair, Byrne has personally backed the headline theme of RG week – ‘Let’s Talk About Responsible Gambling’.“We take a pro-active approach, encouraging staff to interact with customers and talk about what it means to gamble responsibly. Having a week-long event is very helpful for staff because it makes it easier for them to approach customers – it’s less personal and they are less likely to cause offence.”In its June update the, IGRG announced that it had launched new website – www.responsiblegamblingweek.org, providing a ‘central source’ of information on events, participants, key subject matters and supporting organisations StumbleUpon Share Related Articles Submit Paddy Power to reopen English & Irish betting shops in Royal Ascot week June 10, 2020 Share Irish bookmakers to reopen on 29 June May 28, 2020
It’s time to Believe againMOST people thought last year was just a blip for Donegal – a post-All-Ireland hangover which would soon wear off.A new year, some new faces, a new training regime and a new back room team and Jim McGuinness is daring to take Donegal to a new 2014 glory.And there could be no better stage than today, in Clones, against the side which de-throned Donegal as Ulster Champions a year ago. No better stage as the county goes for a double – Declan Bonner’s young charges heading into an Ulster Minor Final (2pm).There has been a lot of hot air in the past few days; one reporter compared Jim McGuinness to Sir Matt Busby!!! Another said Monaghan were red-hot favourites to wipe out Donegal today.But there will only be cool heads in the Donegal camp as Jim McGuinness prepares his side for today’s encounter and another tilt at bringing the Anglo-Celt back over the bridge in Pettigo tonight.Captain Michael Murphy says he hasn’t gotten over defeat to Monaghan last year. “You never do, but you do learn from it,” he says ahead of today’s clash.“It has all got to do with results, everyone looks back at last year and it was patchy, we got relegated and the doubters were out.”Jim McGuinness’s line-up announced on Friday is unlikely to be the same at throw-in today (4pm).Whatever side he chooses, it’s clear he has a united squad behind him which is starting to believe again.Believe. It could be another very special day for Donegal. And it would be so extra special if Declan Bonner’s side can overcome Armagh in the Minors….there could be two trophies going into Pettigo tonight….DONEGAL: Paul Durcan; Eamonn McGee, Neil McGee, Ryan McHugh; Anthony Thompson, Frank McGlynn, Paddy McGrath; Martin McElhinney, Christy Toye; Rory Kavanagh, Leo McLoone, Odhran MacNiallais; Patrick McBrearty, Michael Murphy (Capt), Colm McFadden.MONAGHAN: Rory Beggan; Ryan Wylie, Drew Wylie, Colin Walshe; Dessie Mone, Vincent Corey, Fintan Kelly; Dick Clerkin, Darren Hughes; Paudie McKenna, Stephen Gollogly, Paul Finlay; Dermot Malone, Kieran Hughes, Conor McManus (Capt)BELIEVE: DONEGAL’S NEW DAY OF DOUBLE DESTINY IN CLONES was last modified: July 19th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:armaghClonesdonegalGAAMinorsMonaghanUlster Final
Small fanLow wattage light 150w/300wYou should take note that the size of your plastic bowl will affect the coverage area. If you need to cover a larger area, you will need a larger bucket.Take a sheet of aluminum, scrunch it up, and then unfold it back into a straight sheet. The foil should now have a lot of creases. Place this into the bottom of the bowl and fill with water. If you don’t have aluminum, a broken CD or a broken mirror will help achieve the same effect. However, you will need to be careful while handling the sharp objects.Take your light and direct it into the bowl. The water needs to be moving for the reflections to be noticeable on the background or subject. To achieve this, ever so slightly run your hands through the water, or aim a fan at the water’s surface. This will cause a tranquil movement of the light.The bigger the water container, the more prominent you can make the effect. If it’s a large reflection, you may want to establish the source — i.e. showing a bathtub or a fish bowl in the room. It’s important to let your audience see where the glimmer is coming from — even if that isn’t the cause of the effect.Underwater SequenceImage via Vogue Korea.You can also achieve a more defined effect by submerging your subject in water. This technique is going to be extremely limited in regards to filmmaking, as you’re going to have to have a large studio space to use this effect in any way other than a medium close-up, and even then you’re going to have to make sure the rigging is incredibly stable.While the actor may look somewhat underwater, he’s actually on a studio floor space with a water tank situated above him with a light projecting through the water and onto the actor. Much like the first effect, the water needs to move for the wave reflections to appear. Given that this tank is going to be too large to move, we can see a studio member swooshing the water back and forth.Image via Vogue Korea.I can only imagine a handful of situations in which this effect may be put to good use, but knowing the effect is an extra tool in your box. It adds a touch of dreamlike beauty that would be incredibly hard to replicate in post-production.Projecting Rainfall from WindowsRain is a very symbolic element of life. As rain clouds materially block sunlight, they’re linked to darkness, sadness, denial or despair. As such, rain often accompanies a moment of emotional impact. You can go one step further and physically project rain onto the subject. Take the following scene, for example.The scene is from Legends of the Fall. Susana is currently feeling despair, and the rain hitting the window is projected onto her — as if it is crying with her.You can achieve this effect with a very easy setup. You simply need a low-key lighting configuration, with the key light behind a pane of glass with water is falling on it. Have someone pour water through a watering can onto the glass. It is important that that key light is the one that shines through the glass. You’ll lose the effect if you light the room too brightly.Do you have any creative suggestions how to use water to enhance lighting setups? Let us know in the comments. Create a surreal environment by reflecting lights off of a water source.Top image via Sony Pictures.If there’s one element that you don’t want near your lights, it’s water. That said, combining water with a light source can create some fantastic lighting results. Just make sure safety is a top priority. Here are a few water lighting techniques that use everyday items.Water ReflectionImage via Ugly McGregor.There’s an otherworldly beauty to the reflection of water hitting a subject or background. It adds a fascinating dynamic to the scene, although one must be careful as not to make the effect too prominent and distract the viewer. There are several ways to achieve this, but let’s have a look at the cheapest way.Supplies Needed:Plastic bowl or tubReflective MaterialAluminum foil, CD, or broken mirror
Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Kiera Bergman September 5, 2018 Posted: September 5, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsPHOENIX (KUSI) – After a month long search, the body of 19 year old Kiera Berman has been found.The woman from El Cajon disappeared from her home in Phoenix on August 4. She had left her wallet and cell phone behind.From the start, Bergman’s family was fearful about what had happened. Her parents, Chris and Kiersten learned on Wednesday, that her body was found in the desert off State Route 85 west of Phoenix.Her father said that investigators used dental records to confirm her identity. Over the last month, Bergman’s parents traveled back and forth to Phoenix, posting flyers, holding vigils and searching for any clues that might lead to her return.She was last seen at her Phoenix home after an argument with her ex-boyfriend. That man, John Clark was later arrested on unrelated charges after police said they found several stolen ID’s in his car.Clark was charged with multiple counts of theft and forgery. Her father said police have not given the family any indication that Clark might be involved in their daughter’s death.Bergman was a graduate of Valhalla High School and had moved to Phoenix earlier this year, to be with Clark. Her family is receiving many messages of love and support on social media. Body of Kiera Bergman, 19-year-old from El Cajon found in Arizona Updated: 10:22 PM Sasha Foo Sasha Foo, FacebookTwitter