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were there early. Marc-André ter Stegen was called upon to expertly stop a two-on-one counter attack in the 15th minute. Less than 10 minutes later Alavés went ahead 1-0 when John Guidetti finished another killer counter attack. The finish wasn’t exactly how the Swedish striker prepared it, with the former Manchester City male
slipping and kicking it off his plant foot, but he’ll take the end result.Alavés had the finest of the opportunities in the first half however was just able to convert the one chance. Versus Barcelona, particularly at Camp Nou, wasting chances is a guaranteed way to lose a match.Though the Blaugrana pressed and prodded, it wasn’t until after Coutinho was subbed off for Paco Alcácer in the 66th minute that they turned the match around. After 69 minutes, Barca nearly equalized just for Alavés keeper Fernando Pacheco, who pulled off and incredible double minimize Paulinho.It was Luis Suarez who lastly put Barcelona on the board two minutes later on.
He linked to a looping, back-post cross from Andres Iniesta with a remarkable volley that discovered its way into the back of the web from a wide angle. It was the 8th straight match in which Suarez has actually scored, offering him 11 total strikes because period. After Messi’s goal, Alavés had a penalty shout when Samuel Umtiti’s hand obstructed a shot in package, but the referee didn’t call it, providing a little luck for Barcelona vs Alaves. The win pushed Barcelona back to 11 points ahead of Atletico Madrid atop the La Liga standings and kept the Catalan club unbeaten with 18 wins and three draws.
Jamaican-born chef Colin Brown is competing alongside 23 other chefs in the new Netflix competitive cooking show “The Final Table.” The new food competition features two dozen chefs from around the globe cooking in teams of two. The chefs will apply their skills through a series of country-themed challenges, and at the end of the competition, only one will be allowed to join the nine master chef/judges at The Final Table.
Much of the competition’s entertainment value comes from watching how the talented chefs work together, drawing upon their unique cultural backgrounds, to develop new dishes.
Jamaica’s Collin Brown has cooked Caribbean foods in kitchens worldwide, including in a restaurant in the Canary Wharf area of London in the United Kingdom. Brown was named the executive chef at Cottons Caribbean Rum Shack as well/ This is a chain based in the UK that has four locations in London.
Brown’s co-chef partner in “The Final Table” is Colibrí Jiménez of Morelos, Mexico. She h as worked at Casa Morales/My Bowls in Oaxaca and is the author of the cookbook “Una Aventura Gastromomica,” which focuses on specialties from the various states in Mexico.
The other chef teams competing in the Netflix culinary challenge include Monique Fiso and Amninder Sandhu, Shane Osborn and Mark Best, Timothy Hollingsworth and Darren MacLean, Johnny Spero and Jessica Lorigo, Rafael Gil and Esdras Ochoa, Charles Michel and Rodrigo Pacheco, Benjamin Bensoussan and Manuel Berganza, Ash Heeger and Alex Haupt, Ronald Hsu and Shin Takagi, Graham Campbell and Aaron Bludorn, and James Knappett and Angel Vazquez.
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In a significant reversal of its stance just six months earlier, Silicon Valley’s largest water district has actually set up a vote Wednesday on a strategy to commit up to $650 million to Gov. Jerry Brown’s controversial proposal to construct two enormous tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta.The shift comes
amid concerns over whether the Santa Clara Valley Water District struck an offer with the Brown administration to support the tunnels prepare in exchange for the state moneying a new dam that the San Jose-based company desires to construct near Pacheco Pass.Brown’s tunnels
job — one of his two legacy projects along with high-speed rail– aims to make it much easier to move water south.In February, the staff of the California Water Commission, whose 9 members are selected by the governor, suggested versus moneying the Pacheco dam task. Last week, however, after authorities from the water district held discussions with the Brown administration on the tunnels, the water commission’s personnel advised the complete$485 million in financing for the Pacheco project that the water district had actually been seeking.Dick Santos, chairman of the Santa Clara Valley Water District, stated Friday that he isn’t sure whether he will support the district funding the tunnels.”It is interesting to note that Santa Clara’s renewed interest is at the exact same time that the governor’s water commission has actually just identified that Santa Clara is eligible to get $485 million to build a brand-new dam,”stated Jonas Minton, senior water policy advisor at the Planning and Preservation League, a Sacramento environmental group.
Next, Tuesday, November 20, audiences around the globe will get a first taste of The Final Table, Netflix’s long-gestating culinary competition where 24 accomplished chefs will cook for nine of the world’s most famous culinary masters.
Ahead of the launch of the 10-episode series, Netflix has released two clips that offer a bit of context about the careers and specialties of the chefs on both sides of the titular Final Table. Unlike most cooking shows, where amateurs and up-and-comers vie for a grand prize, many of the competitors on this series are actually big stars in their home countries, and there is no material reward at the end of the gauntlet, just the respect of the big nine, and an invitation to join them at the table.
The elder chef/judges on the show — a list that includes Grant Achatz, Helena Rizzo, Carlo Cracco, and Clare Smyth — will each preside over their own episodes focusing on the cuisines of their home countries. And the competitors — a group that features Timothy Hollingsworth, Ash Heeger, and Shane Osborn — will work in teams of two up until the last episode, when the remaining four chefs will cook against each other. “We’re looking for perfection,” Mexico City star Enrique Olvera says at the end of the first clip. “It’s as simple as that.”
The show is hosted by Bon Appetit editor-at-large Andrew Knowlton, and will feature cameos from a bunch of celebrity “ambassadors” including Alessandra Ambrosio and Hasan Minhaj.
Check out the teasers above, and scope out the full list of chefs below:
Chefs at the Final Table
Enrique Olvera (Mexico)
Andoni Aduriz (Spain)
Clare Smyth (United Kingdom)
Helena Rizzo (Brazil)
Vineet Bhatia (India)
Grant Achatz (USA)
Carlo Cracco (Italy)
Yoshihiro Narisawa (Japan)
Anne-Sophie Pic (France)
Aaron Bludorn (New York, NY, USA) and Graham Campbell (Dundee, Scotland/UK)
Darren MacLean (Calgary, AB, CA) and Timothy Hollingsworth (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
Shin Takagi (Kanazawa) and Ronald Hsu (Atlanta, GA)
Alex Haupt (Amsterdam) and Ash Heeger (Cape Town, South Africa)
Shane Osborn (Hong Kong) and Mark Best (Australia)
Monique Fiso (Wellington, NZ) and Amninder Sandhu (Mumbai, India)
James Knappett (London, UK) and Angel Vazquez (Puebla, MX)
Jessica Lorigio (San Sebastian) and Johnny Spero (Washington DC, USA)
Collin Brown (England) and Colibri Jimenez (Mexico City, MX)
Esdras Ochoa (Hong Kong) and Rafa Gil (Hong Kong)
Charles Michel (Colombia & France) and Rodrigo Pacheco (Ecuador)
Manuel Berganza (Singapore) and Benjamin Bensoussan (Madrid, Spain)
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EL PASO — On Sunday night, as the sun dipped behind the blue-hued Franklin Mountains, this grieving border city telegraphed a message.
The community had been violently knocked down by an act of what federal law enforcement has catalogued as domestic terrorism. As El Pasoans gathered by the thousands a day later over the brown dirt of a baseball diamond and out onto the adjoining football field for a community vigil, they were distraught and shaken.
But they also spoke words of hope, of defiance in the face of hate and of a determination to write their own manifesto.
“One of love, of tenderness, of inclusivity, of generosity, of compassion, of hope, of justice — all that makes El Paso and the borderlands truly great,” Dylan Corbett, director of the Hope Border Institute, proclaimed in a combination of Spanish and English to cheers from the crowd at Ponder Park, just a few blocks from the site where 20 people were massacred and more than two dozen others were injured at the hands of a white gunman. Two of them died Monday at local hospitals.
The mostly Hispanic crowd in this mostly Hispanic city was visibly emotional, sharing tissue boxes and prayers as they tried to make sense of why a stranger from outside the community would target members of theirs based on the color of their skin.
By then, law enforcement officials had indicated they were investigating a racist manifesto possibly penned by the gunman that described the attack as a “response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas” and railed against the growing political clout of Hispanics in Texas who would “take control of the local and state government” and change “policy to better suit their needs.”
To reconcile that white supremacy-fueled motive with everyday life in El Paso proved insurmountable to locals living in a city where the culture is a unique blend of Mexican and American, where the boundary between it and Ciudad Juárez is practically indistinguishable from a distance. It’s a community that has persevered for years — but especially in the last few — to welcome immigrants coming to the country seeking safety, asylum and opportunity.
“The shooter came into our community because we are a Hispanic community and we have immigrants here,” U.S. Rep. Veronica Escobar, an El Paso Democrat, said at a Sunday vigil.
After the shooting at the Walmart, fear washed over El Paso. A popular Mexican restaurant stood empty Saturday night, handwritten notes posted on the door in both Spanish and English: “For your security and ours, we are closed. Thank you for understanding.”
The next day, El Pasoans gathered at restaurants with their families and went to church, but the serenity of a Sunday morning had been shattered. At another local restaurant, as a Hispanic family got ready to leave, a waitress called out a “be careful” in Spanish.
At St. Patrick Cathedral, the Rev. Trini Fuentez asked to change the opening hymnal for the midmorning mass in light of the massacre the day before. When the choir sang the words of “Gather Your People” from a balcony over the nave, it was missing the voice of a choir member who had been at Walmart during the shooting. She was unharmed but too shaken to come to church.
“In El Paso, we love more than we hate,” said Ana Elena Allen, a churchgoer who initially waved a reporter off because she was overcome with emotion.
Throughout the weekend, the only way people seemed to make sense of the tragedy was to underscore that this hate was not homegrown. The suspected gunman had come from Allen, a Dallas suburb 10 hours away. And for some in El Paso, the shooter was not the only one to blame.
Locals spoke of an amplification of hate in the era of Trump, and they worried that it could be violently unleashed beyond El Paso. At one Sunday vigil, an El Pasoan held up a sign: “Mr. Trump, your racist words brought your hate to El Paso to kill our family.”
The words in the manifesto were rooted in white supremacy ideology and talked about an “invasion” of Texas. Republican leaders, including President Donald Trump and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, have used that same wording to decry an “invasion” across the state’s southern border. The manifesto also borrowed from the racist “go back” sentiment Trump recently used to attack four congresswomen of color.
As El Pasoans gathered Sunday, the conversation was not just focused on gun violence and a need for reform, but also about the rise of white supremacy and the urgency to address it — instead of attributing the attack to video games and mental illness, as some Texas Republican leaders did in front of the TV cameras throughout the weekend.
“Nobody wants to talk about gun violence prevention measures. Nobody wants to talk about the fact that we need to do something about the increasing racism in this country, the danger that that poses to the security of this country — not to mention the danger that it poses to the safety and wellbeing of communities like El Paso,” state Sen. José Rodríguez, a Democrat who represents the area, said while gathered with other local leaders in downtown El Paso.
On Saturday, El Paso was the victim of white supremacy, but it was not the only target. The gunman attacked people based on the color of their skin — and on a false sense of who is American. By terrorizing El Paso Hispanics, he terrorized Hispanics across the state and the country.
“It is this hate that is at the root of much of the suffering in our country, and when we fail to call it out, we give it cover,” Escobar said. “There are deadly consequences to bigotry, racism and hate.”
The two leaders spoke to a growing crowd of El Pasoans and some New Mexican neighbors who came together for a silent march that stretched out the length of several city blocks. Some passed out sunflowers. Others shared their protest signs, spreading messages of hope and border pride and calling on others to help fight racism. A couple — one wrapped in an American flag and the other in a Mexican flag — held hands as they walked.
“To know that white supremacy and hatred infiltrated El Paso — a community of love, a community of kindness — just breaks my heart because I’ve never grown up here afraid of any other El Pasoan,” Joshua Anaya, a 17-year-old El Pasoan, said at the vigil.
“Immediately it left me hopeless and afraid,” Anaya said. “But as of right now, I’ve allowed myself to mourn, to feel grief, to feel sadness, but now it’s all morphed into an anger and into a need to fight for the rights and the love that I’ve always known in El Paso.”
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Which is more than can be stated around 8 years ago, when Liverpool were under the management of Roy Hodgson.Remember this beginning line-up, Liverpool fans?Liverpool fans on social media have been recollecting about the team that began versus Steaua Bucharest in the Europa League on December 2. A gamer Liverpool fans failed to warm to, Christian Poulsen made simply 12 Premier League appearances for Liverpool before leaving the club in 2011. The Dutchman, now 31, has actually had a topsy-turvy profession considering that leaving Liverpool in 2011.
Picture: Orlando Pirates Speaking on Saturday, Mansour stated:” Micho was our first choice.” Asked about the reason behind revealing Stanojević as the club’s new supervisor, he stated: “Stanojević will not take charge of Zamalek. He also led the Rwandan national group supervisor in between 2011 and 2013, and had a brief stint as Yugoslavia U20 head coach.
Leesburg guy charged in multi-state kid exploitation operation
Karl K. Strenth, Jr. (Source: Lee County Sheriff’s Workplace )LEESBURG, GA(WALB)-A Leesburg guy has been charged as part of a multi-state investigation that focused on persons who possess and disperse child pornography and those who are sexually exploiting kids in other methods using technology and the internet.According to the Georgia Bureau of Examination, Karl K. Strenth, Jr., 28, of Leesburg, is among 76 people that are in custody and facing charges as part of Operation Southern Impact II.On 03/14/18, Detectives with the Lee County Constable’s Office, Georgia Bureau of Examination, and the Department of Community Guidance executed a search warrant on an address in Lee County leading to the arrest of a registered sex wrongdoer, Karl Kevin Strenth Jr. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office Unique Victims Unit, who are also affiliates with the GBI Web Crimes Versus Kid Task Force, investigated the accusation of sexual exploitation of children resulting in the arrest of Karl Kevin Strenth Jr. Added fees are upcoming. – Sergeant Matthew Pearce with the Lee County Constable’s Office
The operation was coordinated between eight states consisting of Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. Detectives targeted those seeking out and dispersing the most violent child porn involving infants and toddlers.During Operation
Southern Impact II 13 children were saved or recognized as victims.The Commanders of the Web Crimes Against Children Job Forces in these states wished to reinforce to those who make use of kids that the ICAC Task Forces will work together to make an impact in their particular states and the region as a whole. The cooperation amongst agencies and among states shows their level of dedication to identify, apprehend, and prosecute kid predators. Cooperation is always crucial in law enforcement, however it is never more important than when we set out to protect children. Operation Southern Impact II has given us a chance to share our experience, details, and resources across units, firms, and state lines, to ensure that there is no safe place to hide for criminals who would prey on the most vulnerable among us.The GBI said that of the 76 arrests, 34 individuals were detained in Georgia and that much of those arrests involved possession and/or circulation of child porn. Six of those arrested in Georgia traveled for the purpose of conference and having sex with a small. One arrest in Georgia included”sextortion”which is pattern including topics that acquire raunchy images of minors and then threaten or blackmail the victim for extra obscene images or videos, according to the GBI.Eight(8) signed up sex culprits were experienced in Georgia, during the course of this operation, 4(4)of those transgressors were charged with brand-new criminal offenses connected to child pornography while the others were charged with various compliance offenses. There was an extra subject who had an arrest for a prior sex offense but was not a registered sex culprit. At least one foster moms and dad with children was jailed. There were likewise searches performed where weapons were discovered and unlawful drugs were discovered.The GBI said that detectives found circumstances in which those detained had no prior criminal history, were operating in positions of trust or tasks where interaction with kids is common.Below is a list of those jailed as a direct outcome of Operation Southern Effect II and their occupation if it was available to investigators: Wesley Bunker, 27, Rome, GA, retail shop staff member Tony Burton, 52, B/M, Lawrenceville, GA, jobless Eric A. Burgess, 17, Suwannee, GA, student Jason R. Money, 34, Monroe, GA, electrical contractor Anthony L. Crane, 39, Cartersville, GA, building and construction worker Jeffery Declouet, 46, Suwannee, GA, IT support staff member Mark D. Motorist, 36, Fort Valley, GA, truck stop employee Kyam Forsyth, 25, Eatonton, GA, unemployed Costs E. Garner, 54, Resaca, GA, jobless John
Garrett, 62, Roswell, GA, former manager of
business bus service John P. Hart, Jr., 63,
Sandersville, GA, out of work Aaron C. Helton, 36, Adairsville, GA, unidentified Bryan E. Holloway,
45, Winston, GA, truck chauffeur Mark Horn
, 31, Dallas, GA, occupation training
non-profit worker Gordon L. Ingebritsen, 53, Duluth
, GA, unemployed
Shawn M. Kemp, 31, Cedartown, GA, postal staff member Nicholas Knight, 29, Dublin, GA, unemployed Jeffery Lance, 26, Silver,
Creek, GA, school board employee/church youth director Donald Allen McFall, 31, Columbus, GA,
unemployed Stephen McGatha, 49, Cedartown, GA, unknown John Clark Miller,
57, Winder, GA, glass business professional Jonathan Okelly, 37, Douglasville, GA, unknown Andrew Orr, 34, Marietta, GA, part-time truck Daniel Pacheco, 27, H/M, Tucker, GA, video jockey Hershell Kyle Pirkle, age 29, restaurant employee Eric Wolfgang Rauth, 35, Elgin, Illinois,
unidentified Benjamin F. Smith, 41, Byron, GA, civilian staff member at AFB Bryan F. Stisher, 35, Roswell, GA, online tutor Karl K. Strenth, Jr., 28, Leesburg, GA, unknown Thomas C. Toler, 54, St. Mary’s, GA
, human resources Darren Alan Vincent, 47,
Trion, GA, manufacturing employee 3 other individuals, all from Valdosta, were also detained not straight associated to child pornography but rather as an outcome of the investigative actions taken during Operation Southern Effect
II: Darlene Johnson, 49, Valdosta, GA, jobless Michael Thor, 45, Valdosta, GA, unemployed Stephon B. Gary, 31, Valdosta, GA, out of work In total, 38
search warrants and 12 knock and talks were performed in Georgia during Operation Southern Impact II.An 11 years of age Albany girl’s dream became a reality thanks to the neighborhood, Saturday. Calyn Kendrick suffers with a life-threatening brain growth. Her dream was to be famous. Make A Desire Georgia made it occur with a disappearing red carpet celebration as she gets ready for a journey to Disney World. An 11 year old Albany
woman’s dream came real thanks to the community, Saturday. Calyn Kendrick experiences a dangerous brain growth. Her desire
was to be famous. Make A Desire Georgia made it occur with a disappearing red carpet celebration as she gets ready for a trip to Disney World.
Meet The Rumored New Boyfriend Of Lars Pacheco, Who Was Allegedly The Reason Behind Why He And His Ex Broke Up
Meet The Rumored New Boyfriend Of Lars Pacheco, Who Was Allegedly The Reason Behind Why He And His Ex Broke Up
Recently, Lars Pacheco became the talk of the town after her break-up with her non-showbiz boyfriend Gino Hinolan. Last November 30, the Miss Q and A grand finalist confirmed on her Facebook post that she and Gino call their relationship quits. Though she didn’t mention the reason for their break-up, her post was positive and also thanked Gino.
“There are things that we have to let go in order for us to grow. We have to let go someone. We have to move on. There are things that are just not meant to be. But, it doesnt mean its not a lovestory. If only I could tell them ours, they would get jealous im sure. If only I could tell them how caring u are, how u always think of my comfort first before yours. How u always remind me that im beautiful everytime. I’ll miss mornings with you. I’ll miss how you dry my hair before we go. I’ll miss you and its okay. I’ll miss annoying u before we sleep. Will miss us under one blanket while u fart lol. Will miss you and will remember you everywhere. You are so good to me. And I don’t deserve it. I wish u genuine happiness my ron. Thankyou for everything my love [sic].”
Now, Lars made a buzz again on social media after posting a picture with a guy named Clyde Vivas. As expected, her fans immediately reacted and prompted to conclude that this is her new boyfriend. Many netizens wonder who was the young guy.
Their picture was first posted on Lars’s Twitter page. On the caption, she wrote how the young guy makes everything seems “everything good, fine and easy” and even said, “love you.” This instantly intensified the rumor about them.
On the other hand, Gino posted on his Facebook account saying goodbye to Lars and said her message to those who will pursue his ex-girlfriend.
“Till we meet again, my Larsisa. Cant event get mad at u even if you are giving me pains. This is Love. Sorry for disappointing everyone if you think none of us tried our best to work things out. Ayoko lang maging pabigat sa tao dahil pag mahal mo ang isang tao you will set them free kung hindi na ikaw ang happiness niya. I dont know what kind of impact this relationship has brought to the LGBTQ community but i know you guys are very happy with this one, but sorry that it came to an end. I know maraming apektado. I cant even read all of ur messages.pero na aappreciate ko yung concern niyo. To those guys who wants to pursue my Lars siguraduhin niyong may bayag kayo ha hindi yung liligawan niyo lang dahil gusto niyo. Deserve niya lahat ng magandang treatment sa mundo! Kaya umayos kayo [sic]!”
Many of their fans were shocked and saddened with the unexpected break-up.
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In a meandering question-and-answer session with press reporters and Brown family biographer, Miriam Pawel, Brown showed on his period, defended significant facilities projects and talked about the problems of waging a presidential campaign.Brown, 80, was chosen in 1974 at age 36 and served for 8 years, then chose once again in 2011 for two more terms. Both jobs are bogged down in environmental and other claims and will not be finished prior to Brown leaves office.The cost of high-speed rail is now approximated at$ 77 billion and the state lacks the money to develop a tunnel under the Pacheco Pass for a sector of the train from the Central Valley to San Francisco. In his characteristic design, Brown chafed when asked about his proudest achievement, saying he chooses to look ahead and keep working.