How to Make Flappy Birb With Block Editor: 9 Steps

From here the steps get hard. Always check back on the picture to make sure you’re doing it right.

First we need three new variables. “ticks”, “emptyObstacleY” and “index2”.

Take an If block from the Logic section. This is where everything will go inside.

Inside Logic, under comparisons , take a “0=0” block.

From Math, take a remainder block.

For the first number, we put in the variable ticks.

The for the second value put a 3.

Then put this newly finished block into the first number value of the 0=0 block turning it into ” Remainder of ticks divided by 3 = 0.

Then take this block and put it in the If block instead of true. Then it should say ” If remainder of ticks divide by 3 = 0 then”

Now we can put things in the block.

From Variables. Take the set block

Make it ” Set emptyObstacleY”

Then from Math, take the pick random block and set the values to “pick random form 0 to 4”

then put this pick random block into your set emptyObstacleY block. Refer to the picture to see if you did it right.

Put this set block under and inside the larger If block.

Now from Loops, take the third block there, For (Variable) from 0 to 4 do.

For the variable, insert “index2”

It should now be, For index2 from 0 to 4 do.

Now put this under and in the larger If block.

Now take another If block and put it in the for block.

Now from the Logic, subsection Comparison, take another if 0=0 block but change it to if 0 does not equal 0.

Replace the first 0 with variable index2

Replace the other variable with emptyObstacleY

Now take this block and put it instead of true.

Now from Arrays, take the add value to end block.

Make the first variable obstacles.

Now in the blank we put a create sprite at x,y block.

X will be 4 and Y will be variable index 2

Now put this Array block in the smaller If block which is in the For block.

Baldwin Park businessman sues city over fines for ‘jackass’ signs mocking Councilman Ricardo Pacheco – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

A Baldwin Park building owner has filed a lawsuit challenging $12,400 in city fines slapped on him for hanging two banners portraying controversial City Councilman Ricardo Pacheco as a corrupt “jackass.”

Robert Ehlers and the Baldwin Park Free Speech Coalition filed the suit last week in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, alleging the fines are political retribution and violates the plaintiffs’ First Amendment rights.

“Plaintiffs allege that they have been subject to adverse treatment because they oppose rampant corruption by city officials,” the lawsuit states. “Plaintiffs have a constitutional right to engage in speech critical of councilman Pacheco without fear of reprisal.”

Ehlers declined Friday to comment on the suit. Pacheco and Baldwin Park Chief Executive Officer Shannon Yauchzee could not be reached for comment.

Censorship not tolerated

However, Paul Cook, a Baldwin Park activist and attorney who is representing Ehler, said the complaint puts city officials on notice that efforts to silence free speech won’t be tolerated.

“This lawsuit is about protecting the people’s democratic right to openly and freely criticize our elected officials without censorship,” he said.

In March, Ehlers hung two identical banners measuring about 6 feet wide and 12 feet long on a pair of commercial buildings he owns at Ramona Boulevard and Puente Avenue.

The signs caricature Pacheco as a “jackass,” label him a “liar,” “bully,” “fraud,” “abuser” and “corrupt,” and urge voters not to reelect him in 2020.

Discrimination against police chief

Ehlers hung the banners in response to a March jury verdict that found Pacheco responsible for racial and sexual discrimination against former Baldwin Park Police Chief Lili Hadsell, who was awarded $7 million in damages.

During trial, Hadsell testified that she battled gender discrimination from within, specifically from then-Capt. Michael Taylor, in a mostly male police force reluctant to adopt her ideas of working closer with Baldwin Park residents, according to media reports.

Taylor currently serves as a board member and Pacheco is a former assistant general manager for the embattled West Valley Water District in Rialto. In addition, the pair also are accused in a lawsuit of engaging in a bribery and kickback scheme at the water district that has cost ratepayers about $1 million.

Ehlers’ complaint alleges that within weeks after the banners were hung, Baldwin Park officials began issuing citations for violating the city’s sign ordinance by not seeking permits. His initial fine of $200 has grown to more than $1,200 and Baldwin Park is threatening to file liens against Ehlers’ propertities with the state Franchise Tax Board, according to the lawsuit, which says he is being singled out by the city.

“The city routinely permits the display of business signs that substantially exceed the dimensions set out in the municipal code,” the complaint says. “It also turns a blind eye to businesses that display more than one banner on the same property.

“The distinction between Mr. Ehlers’ banners and the other non-compliant banners, murals and billboards is the content of the speech. The city’s ordinance and the application of it by city officials elevates commercial speech over other speech in violation of the First Amendment.”

Although fines from the city continue to climb, Ehlers has no intention of removing the banners, according to Greg Tuttle, another Baldwin Park activist who designed the signs. “He intends to keep them up … so that people remember not to vote for Pacheco,” Tuttle said.

County to consider cannabis retail stores on Pacheco Boulevard

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Contra Costa County Board Supervisors will consider six cannabis store proposals located on north Pacheco Boulevard, just outside the city limits, at the Dec. 10 board meeting.

The City of Martinez has just approved the only two cannabis retail operations allowed in the city, Firefly, and Embarc. More retail cannabis stores just beyond the city could change the dynamic that local leaders had in mind.

The County plans to allow up to four retail stores. There are 20 applicants with proposals for locations in Pacheco, El Sobrante, Bay Point, Richmond, and Clyde.

There are four applicants listing sites on south Pacheco Boulevard.

A county interdepartmental panel collected and ranked viable applicants. To address geographic distribution, the county panel has developed alternate ranking scenarios for Board consideration.
• Scenario #1 – 1 in El Sobrante, 1 on north Pacheco Boulevard, 1 on south Pacheco Boulevard, and 1 in Bay Point.
• Scenario #2 – 1 in El Sobrante, 2 on south Pacheco Boulevard, and 1 on north Pacheco Blvd.

Some of the Pacheco Boulevard applicants have listed the same property location. Embarc is one of those.

Lauren Carpenter, Embarc head of strategy, said the owner of the property allowed two cannabis businesses to apply using the same proposed location. Presumably, the owner will work with either one if either is selected by the County.

The proposals have been rated according to a numerical methodology similar to the one used to rate applicants for cannabis store locations in the City of Martinez. The company’s financial strength, successful experience in the business, location, and safety procedures are among the criteria used to rate the businesses for a staff recommendation.

The City council has repeatedly declared the area just beyond city boundaries as within the city’s sphere of influence, and the council has staff working on the feasibility of annexing much of the unincorporated Pacheco Boulevard area, as well as Mountain View.

Pacheco Boulevard is one of the major entrances to the city, and Martinez residents were pleased when the County installed a sidewalk and made street improvements in the area. There is no doubt that anything happening in that area will have some effect on Martinez.

How a county-approved cannabis business would be affected by annexation is not clear. It is possible that it might be “grandfathered”.

“We decided to only have two,” Mark Ross said. “That doesn’t mean that is all we will ever have.” It would be hard for us to say you can’t have one when we just approved two.”

The County reportedly hopes to reap $1.7 to $4.4 million in annual revenue from these businesses to cover the cost of public services such as safety, health, and environmental protection. Ross said, “I don’t think there is going to have as much income as has been promulgated.

The Adult Use of Marijuana Act in November 2016, which gives local cities and counties the ability to allow and control commercial marijuana retailers, manufacturers, distributors, cultivators, and testing laboratories. At the Dec. 10 meeting the Supervisors will decide on what retailers can apply and they will consider seven commercial cultivation proposals for east county locations.

The Supervisors meet in Board Chambers room 107, Administration Building, 651 Pine Street, Martinez, California. The meeting is Tuesday, December 10 at 9 a.m.

UTB Season Countdown No 1 Kaique Pacheco

PUEBLO, Colo.– The 2019 Unleash The Monster premier series starts Friday night at Madison Square Garden in New York with the Monster Energy Dollar Off at the Garden, presented by Ariat, and PBR.com will be counting down the last days of the offseason by taking an appearance back at the Top-5 bull riders at the conclusion of the 2018 season.

Fans can see Round 1 solely on RidePass beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Today, we look at Kaique Pacheco, who completed the 2018 season initially on the planet standings.

No. 1 Kaique Pacheco

World Championships: 1 (2018 )
Best World Standings Complete: 1 (2018 )

2018 Premier Series (UTB) Stats
Flights: 42
Efforts: 84 Riding Percentage: 50 percent
Top Trip: 92.75 points on SweetPro’s Bruiser (Last Cowboy Standing in Las Vegas)
Typical Trip Score: 86.18
Wins: 5 (Tacoma, Washington; Last Cowboy Standing in Las Vegas; Springfield, Missouri; Fairfax, Virginia; Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
15/15 Bucking Fight Triumphes: 3 (New York City; Sacramento, California; Billings, Montana)

Round Wins: 9
Top 10: 12
Leading 5: 9
90-point Flights: 4

2018 RECAP: Kaique Pacheco’s quote at winning the 2018 World Championship appeared doomed when he tore his left MCL/PCL at the 2018 Velocity Trip Finals attempting to ride Fly Over simply four days before the start of the 2018 PBR World Finals.

Instead, Pacheco put on a remarkable efficiency of toughness and grit at the Finals by riding his first 2 bulls– 87.25 points on Rugby and 88.75 points on Smooth Wreck— and ending up 2-for-5 to hold back Jose Vitor Leme’s last-second push for his very first world title.

The fourth-year pro concluded 2018 422.5 points ahead of Leme in the final world standings. Pacheco led the PBR with five event wins and 3 15/15 Bucking Fight success. He likewise was No. 1 in qualified rides after going 42-for-84 (50 percent) in 27 premier series occasions.

Pacheco utilized a third consecutive triumph at Last Cowboy Standing in Might, including a season-best 92.75 points on three-time World Champ Bull SweetPro’s Bruiser, to make up for the worst start of his profession. The 24-year-old started 2018 a horrid 7-for-27.

The Itatiba, Brazil, bull rider took over the world No. 1 ranking with his Last Cowboy Standing triumph, and Pacheco would not let go of the ranking for the final six months of the season.

Pacheco finished the year 35-for-53 (66.04 percent) following his depression.

The champion was a very long time coming for Pacheco, who completed inside the Leading 5 of the world standings in each of his first three seasons, consisting of two runner-up surfaces.

Pacheco also was red-hot throughout the 2018 PBR Worldwide Cup in Sydney. The skilled Brazilian was a best 3-for-3, winning the individual occasion aggregate title, and assisted lead Group Brazil to its very first International Cup victory.

OUTLOOK: Pacheco got good news in the offseason when he learned he would not need to go through surgical treatment to fix his ripped knee ligaments. Instead, Pacheco has been going to physical treatment and rehabbing his injuries back house in Brazil.

Pacheco appears to be considering a return to competitors at the end of January or the start of February.

There will be plenty of early questions for Pacheco in regards to his title defense.

The very first will be his health. Pacheco had never remained numerous events since of an injury given that he reached the premier series in 2015, and it will be fascinating to see if he trusts his knee when he does return.

PBR Director of Livestock Cody Lambert said it is tough to forecast how a rider will react to an injury.

“You never ever understand how any person is going to manage it,” Lambert stated. “You can never tell if a man is going to be all the method back or if he is all the way back yet. (Kaique) is tough to get a kept reading. He reveals extremely little emotion. That is a truly good idea, however it is hard for us to discuss what state of mind he is in. It is a truly great thing for him to keep what he feels inside due to the fact that when you ride bulls, that is the time to turn it loose– when you are riding, and not when you are on social media or pretending to be difficult.

“There is a time where you need to really be tough, and that is when you are riding.”

The other question is motivation. Numerous World Champions struggle throughout their title defense season for a variety of reasons. Three-time World Champ Silvano Alves is the only rider in PBR history to win back-to-back world titles.

Last year, safeguarding World Champ Jess Lockwood completed 12th on the planet standings.

Nine-time World Champion and CBS Sports expert Ty Murray has actually been high on Pacheco because he first saw him at Madison Square Garden in 2015.

Murray is exceptionally interested to see how Pacheco approaches the sport this season now that he has tasted the ultimate amount of success.

“I wish to see what Kaique Pacheco’s fate is,” Murray stated. “I wish to see where that goes. I started discussing him being a World Champion a long time earlier. I felt like he had the capability and the mental toughness to do it a very long time back. For all various kind of factors, it took him a while to do it. And now he did, in a hard environment and a less than perfect scenario.

“This year one of the most fascinating things is going to be what happens now. You extremely, really rarely see the people have the drive to do it again. I do not know what it is, but it is rare to see a person come back and kick ass the next year.”

Something is for sure: if Pacheco is able to go back to his previous self, and he still has a burning drive to win additional gold buckles, then he definitely can overcome missing out on a long time at the start of the year. Pacheco showed that last year by rebounding from his first half problems.

His determination to eliminate through his knee injury, which would have kept him out a minimum of 12 weeks under typical situations, was a new level of focus from the rider known as the Ice Guy.

Pacheco has actually been the model of consistency during his first four years on tour, and his 171 qualified trips is one of the most in the PBR during the last 4 season.

If he continue to reach the 8 seconds more than anybody else, and continue to win big-time events, then you can anticipate Pacheco to be in the mix for a second world title in 2019.

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Kaique Pacheco wins in Springfield enhancing world lead

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Following 3 days of non-stop action at Missouri State’s JQH Arena in Springfield, Kaique Pacheco (Itatiba, Brazil) collected his third PBR (Professional Bull Riders) elite series win of the 2018 season at The 25th PBR: Release The Monster, PFIWestern.com Invitational, provided by Bass Pro Shops.

Pacheco won the event by going 3-for-3 even before getting on his championship bull, Jack Shot (D&H Cattle Business) who bucked him off on his final ride of the weekend. Earlier in the evening he rode Pennywise (Dakota Rodeo/Chad Berger/Clay Struve/Staci Wilkes/ N Bar Ranch) for 88 points. In the 3-for-4 effort, the Brazilian cowboy made 700 world points, advancing his hang on the No. 1 area in the PBR world standings, in addition to an income of $38,776.19.

Pacheco is now more than 826 points ahead of Claudio Montanha Jr. (Pacaembu Sao Paulo, Brazil) who is in the No. 2 spot.Luciano De Castro(

Guzolandia, Brazil)ended up second with a 2-for-4 efficiency. Bottoms Up (TNT Bucking Bulls/ Hart Cattle Co )dispatched De Castro after a simple 3.41 seconds in the champion round. In round two he conquered All the Method Up (K-C Bucking Bulls)for 87.75 points, moving from No. 7 worldwide standings to No. 6. De Castro made 340 world points and $17,743.33 for his weekend efforts.Eduardo Aparecido(Gouvelandia, Brazil ), who entered the weekend at No.

10 worldwide standings, protected a third-place finish after going 2-for-4 at JQH Arena. Despite being bucked off The Difficult Stuff(K-C Bucking Bulls/ Bull Creek Bucking Bulls)in the champion round and Ol’ Young boy (Dakota Rodeo/ Chad Berger/ Clay Struve) in Round 3, his second-place finish in Friday‘s Round 1 and Saturdays unique 15/15 round earned him a weekend overall of 240 world points and a$11,996.19 paycheck.Two-time world champ J.B. Mauney (Statesville, North Carolina)likewise went 2-for-4 over the weekend in Springfield when he was

bucked off Big Black(K-C Bucking Bulls/ Joe & Nina Webb)in the championship round. Despite the fall in the final round, the veteran rider took home a fourth-place finish and moved up from No. 39 worldwide standings to No. 35. Previously in the day, Mauney covered Wiz Train( Jack and Dot Verbois/D & H Cattle Co )for 85.75 points in Round 3. He got 180 world points and a$8,746.19 paycheck.Derek Kolbaba ( Walla Walla, Washington)&rounded out the Leading 5 in spite of being bucked off No Prisoners (Dakota Rodeo/ Chad Berger/Clay Struve/ HealdPro Bulls)in the championship round and Blue Stone (Dakota Rodeo/ Chad Berger/ Clay Struve )in Round 3. His Saturday night Round 2 event win earned him the indicate climb the leader board. Kolbaba takes home 120 world points and$8,273.33. He leaves Springfield at No. 14 in the world standings after starting the weekend in the No. 14 spot.The YETI”Developed for the Wild”Bull of the Event was Huge Black(K-C Bucking Bulls/ Joe & Nina Webb)who took off from the chute and dispatched two-time world champion J.B. Mauney at 7.31 seconds, earning a bull score of 46.

Action from Round 3 and the championship round can be seen in its whole on-demand at RidePass.com or through the RidePass mobile app beginning on Monday, September 10 at 8 a.m. ET.The Top 35 bull riders worldwide will now head to Atlantic City, New Jersey, for the Atlantic City Invitational at Boardwalk Hall September 15-16. 25 th PBR: Let Loose The Monster-PFIWestern.com Invitational, provided by Bass Pro Shops JQH Arena, Springfield, Missouri Occasion

Leaders (Round 1-Round 2-Round 3-Round 4-Event Aggregate-Event Points)1. Kaique Pacheco, 91-0-84.75 -88 -0 -263.75 -700 Points.2. Luciano De Castro, 0-0-86.5 -87.75

-0-174.25 -340 Points.3. Eduardo Aparecido, 89.75-0-84-0-0-173.75 -240 Points.4. J.B. Mauney, 86-0-0-85.75 -0 -171.75 -180 Points.5. Derek
Kolbaba, 0-0-88-0-0-88.00 -120 Points.6. Silvano Alves, 79-0-86-0-0-165.00 -95 Points. (tie). Matt Triplett, 89-0-0-0-0-89.00 -95 Points.8. Cody Teel, 0-0-87.5 -0 -0 -87.50 -75 Points.9. Eli Miller, 0-0-87-0-0-87.00 -60 Points.10. Cooper Davis, 0-0-0-85.75 -0 -85.75 -50 Points.
(tie). Alisson De Souza, 86.5-0-0-0-0-86.50 -50 Points.12. Ramon de Lima, 0-0-0-85.25 -0 -85.25 -35 Points.
(tie). Nathan Burtenshaw, 0-0-86.25 -0 -0 -86.25 -35 Points.14. Claudio Montanha Jr., 0-0-0-84.5 -0 -84.50 -20
Points.15. Dener Barbosa, 0-0-85.5 -0 -0 -85.50 -10 Points.16. Jess Lockwood, 70-0-0-0-0-70.00 -5 Points. (tie). Gage Gay, 0-0-0-82.75 -0 -82.75 -5 Points.18. Marcos Gloria, 0-0-83.75 -0 -0 -83.75(tie). Lindomar Lino, 0-0-83.75 -0 -0 -83.75 20.
Ryan Dirteater, 0-0-0-82.5 -0 -82.50 Jose Vitor Leme, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Cody Nance, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Fabiano Vieira, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Dakota Buttar, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Keyshawn Whitehorse, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Colten Jesse, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Stetson Lawrence, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Tanner Byrne, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Koal Livingston, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Brennon Eldred, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00
Joao Ricardo Vieira, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Sean Willingham, 0-0-0-0-0-0
.00 Marco Antonio Eguchi, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Lachlan Richardson, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00 Cliff Richardson, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00
Cody Campbell, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00
Zane Cook, 0-0-0-0-0-0.00
2018 25 th PBR: Let Loose The Monster World Standings (Location, Rider, Occasions, Wins, Top 5’s, Points, Total Jackpots)1. Kaique Pacheco, 36, 8, 14, 3,815.00,$421,401.29 2. Claudio Montanha Jr., 38, 2, 12, 2,988.33, $242,170.51 3. Jose Vitor Leme, 29, 3, 10, 2,580.00, $223,660.66 4. Ramon de Lima, 36, 3, 6, 2,520.00,$282,485.74 5. Cody Nance, 33, 3, 7, 2,435.83,$210,409.33 6. Luciano De Castro, 28, 2, 10, 2,377.50, $200,455.17 7. Cody Teel, 32, 1, 10, 2,254.16,$242,410.45 8. Eduardo Aparecido, 31, 2, 7, 2,074.99, $172,710.89
9. Cooper Davis, 30, 1, 10, 2,030.00,$214,770.17 10. Jess Lockwood, 32, 4, 9, 1,967.50, $224,301.75 11. Dener Barbosa, 29
, 1, 12, 1,690.00, $138,306.77
12. Fabiano Vieira, 34, 2, 6, 1,655.83,$132,561.00 13. Dakota Buttar, 34, 1, 5, 1,232.50, $85,010.45 14. Derek Kolbaba, 35, 1, 8, 1,150.00, $186,879.19
15. Ryan Dirteater, 23, 2, 3, 1,092.50,$72,225.00 16. Keyshawn Whitehorse, 33, 2, 7, 1,050.83, $73,243.15 17. Colten Jesse, 32, 4,
7, 1,027.50, $93,112.87 18. Valdiron de Oliveira, 31, 0, 5, 959.16,$48,247.32 19. Stetson Lawrence, 36, 1, 7, 942.50
,$69,275.92 20. Tanner Byrne, 33, 2, 4,
927.50,$71,156.60 21. Nathan Burtenshaw, 31, 2, 7, 907.50,$57,478.98 22. Guilherme Marchi, 19, 1, 2, 900.83,$70,408.98 23. Koal Livingston, 21, 1, 12, 897.50,$84,085.26 24. Brennon Eldred, 29, 0, 5, 887.50,$108,311.31 25. Silvano Alves, 29, 2, 5, 873.32, $79,160.24
26. Alex Marcilio, 21, 1, 4, 815.00,$85,469.61 27. Joao Ricardo Vieira, 31, 2,
7, 787.50, $77,184.97 28. Lonnie West, 41,
4, 10, 752.50, $84,056.29 29. Sean Willingham
, 34, 2, 9
, 720.00, $57,687.83 30. Marco Antonio Eguchi, 34, 1, 2, 705.00, $49,151.16 30. Gage Gay, 10, 1,
1, 705.00, $111,275.50
32. Marcos Gloria, 19, 2, 5, 700.00, $114,698.43
33. Brock Radford, 37, 3, 14, 695.00, $80,055.06
34. Matt Triplett, 25, 0, 12, 692.50, $65,314.66
35. J.B. Mauney, 18, 1, 5, 671.66, $41,229.03
36. Lachlan Richardson, 54, 3, 21, 655.00, $74,804.10
37. Emilio Resende, 11, 0, 2, 600.00, $36,227.86
38. Alisson De Souza, 33, 2, 9, 545.00, $75,301.17
39. Cliff Richardson, 22, 3, 10, 495.00, $42,496.75
40. Cody Campbell, 43, 2, 3, 450.83, $44,567.20
41. Fraser Babbington, 18, 3, 7, 447.50, $22,759.42
42. Aaron Kleier, 20, 3, 11, 420.00, $33,754.24
43. Tye Chandler, 37, 2, 6, 397.50, $33,664.47
44. Cody Heffernan, 21, 2, 7, 395.00, $24,571.61
45. Cody Coverchuk, 27, 2, 15, 381.66, $30,069.47

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HABITO prints by Ana Pacheco

Ana Pacheco was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1983, a city known for its historical and diverse architecture. After a brief university incursion in the Faculty of Engineering, Ana chose to pursue her life-long aspiration; ending up being an architect. In 2009, Ana attained her Masters in Architecture degree with honours in the Portuguese capital. Whilst studying at university, Ana not just stayed with her academic path, but went beyond; checking out and combining different art kinds. As part of her Architecture Masters Course, she spent a year living in Eindhoven, Holland, where she was available in deep contact with De Stijl and Bauhaus movements. This encounter was crucial for her advancement as an artist, and the impacts of this duration might be thought about a staple of the work Ana produces today. Following the experience and understanding obtained in Holland during her scholastic research studies, Ana decided to embrace and pursue a course that would allow her to be in close contact with progressive artistic expressions. In 2010, she was granted a Inov-Art grant from the Portuguese government and transferred to London to kick-start her profession as a designer. London proved itself to be the art center Ana was looking for. Whilst in London, she attended a number of workshops and courses at Shadwell Print Studio in order to sediment and con-substantiate the art of printmaking. The knowledge, experience and abilities from her tutor (Anna) were essential for the experimentation, finding out and exploration of the various printmaking techniques. In 2018, Ana set sail on a solo experience by developing habitoprints, a brand name that comprises a choice of works exploring the synergy between architecture and printmaking. These works have actually been just recently showed and picked to be part of 251st Summertime Exhibition: Royal Academy of Arts (London, UK), shortlisted ad displayed at the Print International: Ty Pawb (Wales, UK) and several exhibits in London and Lisbon. Ana presently resides in London with her partner Nicolas, where she splits her time working as an architect and developing and developing habitoprints in her studio.

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Quicker Than Noise: Austin Music Video Festival Reaches 5: Regional DIY videos join the big leagues, Austin Music Commission forecasts 2020, and Federico Pacheco leads KOOP into its next quarter-century – Music – The Austin Chronicle

Shirley Zhu in Fuvk video “Dec17”.

Half a decade ago, Anthony Erickson and Jeremy Roye released the Austin Music Video Celebration as a multi-day gathering to highlight regional onscreen artistry. The next time, they opened it approximately worldwide submissions and screened Beyoncé‘s groundbreaking Lemonade. In 2015, they lastly hopped to a winter season date to round up the year’s work.

AMVF edition five lands Dec. 10-14, mainly at Alamo Drafthouse Ritz, Austin School of Movie, and the Parish. Five-day passes run $85, with day tickets readily available too. Upped recognition produces an intriguing circumstance where an unreleased clip by local troupe Bright Light Social Hour sits alongside a short of Mark Ronson featuring Miley Cyrus in the fest’s Video of the Year classification.

” We’re actually happy to have a flag planted in Austin as a place where major artists wish to have their work featured alongside all of our locals,” says Roye, an artist and event strategist.

” Videos increase on the internet, and they simply vanish into the ether,” adds Erickson, who handles Capyac, Mobley, and others as Eye in the Sky Collective. “Even something out for six months, there’s no factor it’s just dead in the water. Let’s recall at that, and celebrate it.”

Next week’s headlining brochure reflection honors viral treadmill pioneers Ok Go, featuring a chat with diva and director Damian Kulash. Alongside regional indie-pop existence Wild Kid, Sweet Spirit and A Giant Pet get the retrospective treatment with a cheeky face-off concept, thinking about both bands function front-people Sabrina Ellis and Andrew Cashen. Following the video display, including that a person where they drop acid at Disneyland, the duo performs.

Together with the common movie fest repairings of panels– regional vid makers Rooster Teeth and directors of music video-making at significant labels– AMVF go for a punchier, internet-styled spirit. That equates to a Silent Disco Pajama Party, and the co-founders’ supreme excitement over debuting Bright Light Social Hour’s “She Wan na Love You,” which Roye talks up as “really unusual and enjoyable and attractive and

psychedelic– so truly on brand for us.”

” We stroll the line in between the thoughtful discourse of a film festival and the energetic, wild noise of a music celebration,” states Erickson.

Georgia Carter in Holy Waves’ video for “Crys”.

5 Local Tunes Onscreen at AMvF

” Crys” by Holy Wave

Adolescent star Georgia Carter gets away on a charmingly drowsy experience through rural Texas with director Rachel Kichler and a soundtrack by the Austin psychedelic performers.

” dec17″ by Fuvk

An ultra-simple concept unfolds to expose lead songwriter Shirley Zhu‘s own mini-orchestra. The track discovered its minimalist match in acclaimed director/UT speaker Huay-Bing Law.

” Me No Evil” by Abhi the Nomad

Shot in ultra-widescreen by local studio Twin Cousin, breakout regional rap artist Abhi Sridharan Vaidehi acts out the ambling cycle of alcoholism with a postapocalyptic flair.

” To the Max!” by Primo

Synth-driven pop songwriter Laura Lee Bishop specifies her excessive Eighties aesthetic in a strange, sexually charged dance practice session.

” Vermont” by Little Mazarn

Dreamy, detail-oriented regional filmmaker Alex Winker explores the best place for the somber tune in a deserted selection of libraries, class, and rotting walls.

Hauling in HOT Monies

Monday’s Music Commission meeting marked the group’s first because the defeat of Proposition B last month in local elections. Excitement accompanied unpredictability about the unmatched road ahead to support homegrown industrial music with recently tapped hotel occupancy tax (HOT). Issue over an estimated $3 million accumulating in city coffers yearly pulled discussion in two directions.

On one end: a desire for clearness over how to lawfully wrangle the funds for music. Under state statute, all HOT profits must directly promote tourist. A group of community members and music commissioners has been put together to this end (revisit “Goodbye Prop B, Hey There HOT Monies,” Nov. 22), however hasn’t yet started meeting.

Commission member Anne-Charlotte Patterson postured a necessary questions to lawyer Rebecca Reynolds: “What do you believe, at the broadest margins, could be funded [to support music] and still be considered a driver of tourism?”

Music Location Alliance Austin creator Reynolds, pressing for a cautious planning phase, reacted, “I do not think any person has enough info right now to answer that question.” Red River Cultural District Executive Director Cody Cowan, signing up with Reynolds under the Austin Music Motion advocacy umbrella, added, “We need to take the time to get it right– to make certain that the horse remains in front of the cart.”

On the other end, supporters pressed for speedy fund distribution. Reacting to Cowan, commission member Graham Reynolds recommended the synchronised development of rule-.
focused recommendations while likewise starting collection of feedback from the music neighborhood.

” I would not fret about cart versus horse,” he said. “I would send them all downhill as quick as you can.”

If the cart in this pastoral metaphor is free-flowing, dubiously legal neighborhood ideas, the Austin Music & & Entertainment Division has actually already wheeled ahead. Before the conference, they announced the first-ever Live Music Fund Community Online Forum, set for Dec. 16, 2-4pm, at Austin City Hall. Agreeing with Graham, Division Supervisor Erica Shamaly suggested an expedited pilot program to get funds flowing throughout the present financial year while supporters labor over irreversible, long-lasting standards.

In her very first conference as a commission member, Patrice Pike explained that these two impulses might not really run in opposition.

” There actually are no sides … we’re all attempting to create services,” shared the veteran local vocalist. “We might discover that this is a lot simpler than everybody believes.”

KOOP Radio Turns 25

Following a legal kerfuffle with student radio crew KVRX, community station KOOP fired up at 91.7 FM on Dec. 17, 1994. The day/night split of KOOP/KVRX went on to win the Austin Music Awards‘ then-annual plaque Finest Thing to Occur that exact same year. KOOP’s jam-backed birthday week includes: month-to-month vinyl night at the Carpenter Hotel (Dec. 10), a conversation with Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison at Ground Floor Theatre (Dec. 10), and a celebration at the 13th Floor with founding Saturday rock show Stronger Than Dirt (Dec. 14).

Last September, Federico Pacheco filled a job as KOOP’s general manager. The radio vet established the still-running FM network Circuito Radial X in Caracas, Venezuela, 25 years ago. After years running the business, political unrest complicated the broadcasting biz and prompted Pacheco’s emigration in 2006 for a marketing task with American Airlines.

” It was a good opportunity, due to the fact that my kids were already in Dallas studying,” describes Pacheco, whose boy Félix co-founded Austin act Cilantro Boombox. “But it was hard, due to the fact that it indicated leaving all the things we had in Venezuela. The circumstance there is difficult for any of us.”

In his first year as GM, Pacheco introduced grants for equipment improvements and an upcoming new site. Although the KOOP workplace staff stand different from programs, he expects modifications ahead.

” I have actually been pushing to diversify with more programs that appeal to younger and different audiences,” he adds. “We need to plan what we’re going to provide for the next 25 years.”

Career Profile: Maile Pacheco and Jennifer Musselman, beGlammed

Are two CEOs much better than one? The group behind the Los Angeles-based on-demand appeal app, beGlammed, is betting on it. beGlammed’s Creator Maile Pacheco and former Chief Strategy Officer Jennifer Musselman are now co-CEOs. The previous CEO Rebby Gregg, who held the position considering that 2015, will continue to support the group as an investor and a handling member of the company.

Pacheco states she decided to begin the company in 2014 after a pal told her how frustrated she was with discovering a hair stylist or makeup artist to come to her. “At the time, I had just started utilizing Uber and fell in love with the convenience of the cashless service and smooth reservation process, and I had a lightbulb minute and thought, ‘Why not develop an Uber for hair stylists and makeup artists?'” states Pacheco.

What was the motivation for the choice to have co-CEOs?

Jennifer Musselman: I wished to show the significance of ladies supporting one another in service, and I could not think of a better method to do so than by empowering [Pacheco] with a C-Suite function. Having [Pacheco] as my co-CEO enables me to be more focused on strategy and move the vision forward expeditiously, while [Pacheco’s] experience in the charm industry and love of technology remains in the detail of all that we do. A few of the most renowned brands originated from vibrant duos: Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak of Apple, Expense Hewlett and Dave Packard of Hewlett-Packard and Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield of Ben and Jerry’s. [Pacheco] and I are bringing a little Thelma and Louise to the kids club.

What are your responsibilities as co-CEOs of beGlammed?

Musselman: We meet a number of times a week to discuss and even challenge one another on a few of the essential decisions we have to produce the organisation. For the day-to-day, [Pacheco] and I have actually taken where our abilities and experience best enhance each other. [Pacheco] oversees our beauty expert engagement, recruitment and development; I spearhead brand marketing, company development and tying the operations together as a whole. We work collaboratively and have a dual-reporting structure in client services, innovation and finance. Perhaps, most importantly, our viewpoints align on the significance of culture– in brand name voice and with workers. [Pacheco] values my psychology background which motivates healthy fight to make better company decisions. That’s actually at the core of why we can efficiently co-lead.

Maile Pacheco:[ Musselman] and I have complementary abilities that will include considerable worth to beGlammed’s growth in our present phase. The obligations are no different for us versus a single CEO. We might in fact attain company benchmarks and goals more quickly and efficiently with our combined efforts and each people supervising particular areas of business.

What are the most essential attributes someone requires to need to achieve success in your role?

Musselman: My experience as an international brand name executive at Viacom has actually been vital in leading the team towards our vision; I have been where we need to go. Veteran experience alone could hold a business back to just doing things the method things have actually always been done, especially in the tech industry which moves at lightning speed.

I’ve constantly prided myself on being open to gaining from those I respect. I have actually had assistants and interns bring great concepts to the table that I had not thought about, so openness with experience is a winning mix.

I’m most understood for pressing companies or people outside their convenience zones, to expand and innovate, methodically driving change and development forward. There’s always an approach to my madness. I’m really strong-willed, and I had to find out how to harness that through psychological intelligence and strategic risk-taking.

Pacheco: What are you doing when no one is enjoying? Are you being honest and truthful in your actions? Effectively manage from the heart and deal with each person on the team like the most important possession to the business, due to the fact that they are. Tact is contagious and important when you’re working with a large workforce of independent professionals who you don’t physically engage with daily.

You have to truly love what you do, enough to get you out of bed early and to keep you up late at night. Learning and comprehending every aspect of your service, inside and out, comes from passion and drive. Aside from a fantastic service, enthusiasm fires up enjoyment and motivation and is also appealing to potential financiers if you’re fundraising.

The astonishing ability to keep going and believing in yourself and your team, even through the most difficult of times. You might hear 70 “no’s” before hearing a “yes” and you keep combating until you lastly hear that “yes.” Leaders with grit have the capability to problem-solve through problems and tough times and are collective and listen to their group and their peers.

What has been the biggest challenge and, on the other side, the most significant reward of starting beGlammed?Pacheco: Among the greatest obstaclesfor me and for many brand-new business owners, specifically in the early phases of constructing a company, is prioritizing the work. I would ask myself, where do I start? What should I tackle? What’s the most important thing I should be doing right now with my time? As a creator, your list of tasks grows, even as you are examining

things off. Obviously, my innovative self wished to begin with design, branding and marketing, the areas I felt most confident in. While all of those areas are important to every business and require attention ultimately, I quickly recognized during that time that I required to focus my attention on more important aspects of the organisation: monetary forecasting, working out collaboration agreements with my investors and developing an evidence of principle for my idea. What’s actually gratifying for me is understanding that beGlammed is offering a primarily female workforce a pipeline of work and sustainable income that puts food on the table on their own and their families. beGlammed is a platform for freelancers to own their profession and their lifestyle and grow their expert experiences– a platform I want was offered to me when I was discovering the ropes of the charm market as a celebrity makeup artist. What are 3 characteristics you look for when you’re employing a brand-new staff member? Musselman: Openness, strong sense of self(secure, no ego)and difficult work ethic. Some tasks need essential skills of a trade, like coding

. However when people can come together and are not afraid to not understand whatever, they have the ability to let down their guards, take dangers and voice their opinions. This is what the strongest teams and most effective services are made from. I take a look at how an individual will fit within a team environment due to the fact that there’s not one person who ought to be so valuable that he or she is better than the cumulative group, not even a CEO. What’s the biggest lesson you discovered at work and how did you discover it? Musselman: You can just alter yourself and influence others. I ‘d remained in previous positions before where my strong will and clearness of what needed to be done

to prosper subdued and pushed away others. I needed to find out the art of” buying-in

“to move my vision forward. The hardest lesson came when understanding that you’re not always going to get the buy-in you need. At that point, you have to choose if it’s taking place adequate times that it’s clear you have actually outgrown your group, employer or function. Rather of ending up being dissatisfied, you look for new chances to broaden and leave graciously. Or, you make the option to remain and shift your mindset to align with their vision. I’m a company believer in personal choice no matter your position, in addition to accountability for your options– both the great and the bad. Pacheco: To be self-aware. I’ve held lots of positions in my career, from operating in a stock room of a cosmetic shop to releasing a new business position within a global brand name. Something that I discovered along the method regardless of what position I held, is that my actions, responses and tact

impacted my individual efficiency and actually might have influenced the people around me. I discovered what my strengths were, and I accepted the areas of chances I had to grow with useful feedback from my peers and management. Individual development is just as important to me as expert growth. To be self-aware is to be coachable. A coachable leader never shies away from suggestions, despite whether the guidance originates from a stock individual or an executive. What is one thing you want you would have known when you were starting your career? Musselman: Professions are a delicate balance of pressing your borders and driving towards success and knowing when to take your foot off the gas to recalibrate and ask yourself,”Am I still enjoying this?”And if not, that’s fine. Give yourself approval to grow and do something various. Attempt something brand-new or reinvent your current job to make it work for you again. It was a windy

road to CEO, but I’m a more well-rounded person and a much better leader for it. What is the finest guidance you’ve ever received? Pacheco: The best advice I’ve received is to be versatile in all regards, in both work life and individual life. What is your business recommendations for other young professional ladies? Musselman: Hold your worth and raise each other up. A lot of times I’ve held myself back in my career, both in improvement and monetarily, because I didn’t desire to ruffle any plumes and make my needs more crucial

than another person’s or the group’s. Promoting for

others comes extremely naturally to me. Promoting for myself is unpleasant, however I found out that if I don’t, individuals– personally and professionally

— will not value you at your worth and will try to make the most of you. Do your research and

know your worth in the market and require your worth.