Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Fans have already snapped up many of the tickets to Stratford Perth Museum’s Justin Bieber exhibit, opening Feb. 18. – Chris Pizzello/AP/File Facebook “We really didn’t believe how big he got so quick,” says his grandfather, Bruce Dale. “It was just amazing.” Advertisement Login/Register With: Justin Bieber’s grandparents stand next to the steps of the Avon Theatre in his hometown of Stratford, Ont., where they remember him busking even before he turned 10.“He was raising money to take his mom on a trip to Disney World… and he did,” says Diane Dale, Bieber’s grandmother. “He made a lot of money sitting here on the steps. He was good.”Viral videos of him performing on the steps of the theatre are what helped Bieber get noticed by his talent manager Scooter Braun and become one of the best-selling artists in the world soon afterwards. Advertisement Twitter
(Minister John Duncan (right) with Chief Clifford Bull (left) and Janelle Manitowabi (centre) at the grand opening of Lac Seul’s new Obishikokaang elementary school. (INAC/Photo)APTN National NewsOTTAWA–Indian Affairs Minister John Duncan underwent heart surgery on Tuesday, according to a message posted on the Indian Affairs website.Duncan was in hospital for heart valve replacement surgery to replace a congenital heart valve defect, the message said.“Minister Duncan is in good health and will be recuperating at home for the next few weeks,” the message said.Heritage Minister James Moore will take up Duncan’s portfolio in the interim.“Minister Duncan looks forward to coming back and assuming his responsibilities as minister of Indian Affairs,” said the message. “Minister Duncan is thankful for all the kind wishes he has received as he recovers.”National Chief Shawn Atleo, who is at a special chiefs assembly in Gatineau, Que., said he had only heard the news today and hoped Duncan recovered quickly.
Rabat- Taha Ellaouzi, a 15 year old Moroccan young man, is suffering from terminal liver failure, and his family calls on merciful hearts to help him go through this ordeal.The patient has been diagnosed very recently and is now in a state of coma at CHU Ibn Sina in Rabat.His family said that his “case is very urgent,” as the doctor said “he needs a liver transplant as soon as possible.” Today, his family appeals to you, to any person who has connections, advice or knows any associations working in this field to help the young man.“We are looking for a liver donor in the next few days,” the family said.Attached are the medical opinions of two doctors, one of them is Pr. Belkouchi, who did the only successful liver transplant in Morocco on July 23, 2014 in CHU Ibn Rochd in Casablanca, according to the family of the patient.For donations:Father’s name : Mohammed EllaouziBank account number: 38038540000001 Banque Populaire.ID card Number: B 101515
BOSTON — Massachusetts has sued a national retailer of electronic cigarette and vaping products, alleging the company violated state law by targeting minors for sales of its merchandise, Attorney General Maura Healey announced Thursday.The complaint filed in Suffolk Superior Court alleges that Clifton, New Jersey-based Eonsmoke LLC violated Massachusetts consumer laws by targeting underage consumers through its marketing and advertising, and failed to verify online buyers’ ages or ensure that shipments were received by a person 21 or older, as the state requires.The lawsuit is the first filed by the attorney general since her office launched a broad investigation of the e-cigarette industry last summer.“Eonsmoke took a page out of the Big Tobacco playbook by peddling nicotine to young people on social media,” said Healey, a Democrat, in a statement.Healey said the company’s products, marketed on social media sites such as Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube, contain some of the highest nicotine concentrations on the vaping market and include flavoured products with names like “gummy bear” and “cereal loops.”Eonsmoke did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.The company’s chief executive, Michael Tolmach, wrote in an email to The Boston Globe, which first reported the lawsuit, that Eonsmoke shares Healey’s concerns about youth vaping and has “taken some of the most aggressive actions of anyone in the industry to combat youth usage including ceasing sales to the state on our website, scrubbing our social media channels, and enacting strict age verification online.”The company stopped selling its products to online customers in Massachusetts after the attorney general’s office sent a cease and desist letter in September, according to Healey, who said in her statement that the investigation of other vaping companies, including industry giant Juul Labs, continues.North Carolina earlier this month became the first state to sue Juul, asking a court to limit what flavours it can sell and ensure underage teens can’t buy its vaping products.Josh Stein, the state’s attorney general, accused Juul of causing an “epidemic” among young people through its marketing practices. A company spokesman said it was taking steps to reduce youth vaping, including strengthening online age verification and shuttering some social media accounts.Healey announced in February that it had sent a cease and desist letter to another online e-cigarette retailer, California-based Kilo E-Liquids, saying the company violated Massachusetts laws regulating the sale and advertisement of tobacco products.Kilo E-Liquids no longer sells to consumers in Massachusetts, according to its website.Also Thursday, organizations including the American Heart Association lobbied Massachusetts lawmakers to pass several pieces of legislation that aim to curtail vaping by children and young adults.The measures include a proposed 75 per cent excise tax on the wholesale price of e-cigarettes, which was included in the Senate version of a proposed state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, but has not yet passed the House.The advocates also back a bill that would outlaw the sale of all flavoured tobacco products in the state.Lisa Deck, 43, North Attleborough, a nonsmoker who has survived four strokes and serves as a national volunteer spokeswoman for the heart association, said the growing prevalence of vaping worries her as a mother of two children, ages 10 and 12.“I tell my kids, don’t be tricked. Know it is still bad for you, it’s still tobacco, it’s still harming you even if it says it’s cotton candy,” said Deck. “I want them to educated and I don’t want them to be targeted.”___Associated Press writer Mark Pratt contributed to this report.Bob Salsberg, The Associated Press
Some of the brightest young minds at Brock University were recognized Tuesday for their displays of leadership and contributions to both the Brock and wider Niagara community.Ten Brock students were selected from across the University to receive the President’s Surgite Awards, which honour the hard work they’ve completed throughout their educational journey.The cross-section of students have amassed impressive resumés packed with academic accomplishments, volunteer experience and community contributions — making them fitting recipients for one of the University’s most prestigious honours. The awards were presented by Brock President Gervan Fearon and Anna Lathrop, Vice-Provost, Teaching, Learning and Student Success, during a luncheon to celebrate the recipients on Tuesday, April 2.After spending time learning from each award winner about their areas of focus and highlights of their Brock experience, Fearon encouraged them to reflect on their scope of leadership.“What happens is we often look at ourselves as individuals and don’t realize we’re impacting and influencing so many of the people around us,” he said. “All of those influences represent your scope of leadership, which is often broader than your job and touches on your volunteer work and the example you’ve become within the community.“You’re all leaders and examples to your peers, who then aspire to be able to achieve the same level of excellence. When you multiply that out to the wider scope, you become an inspiration to humanity because you’re defining possibilities.”Fourth-year Medical Sciences student Dhruv Jivan was humbled by the honour and said he is grateful to have had such a rich university experience.“Brock is such a loving and connected community. That environment allows you to thrive,” he said. “I wouldn’t trade this experience for the world.”Through the University, Jivan spends time volunteering at the Brock Centre for Health and Well-Being, which has helped to shape his future path.“I’ve grown so much during my time with the centre,” he said. “My love for the geriatric community and my passion for working with them has grown exponentially since I’ve been there.”Lathrop told the students she’s confident the “future’s in good hands” with them at the helm. “Thank you for being at Brock and for making big differences in the world as you move forward in life,” she said.The 2018-19 President’s Surgite Award winners include:Olivia Poulin (Business Administration — Marketing)Jonah Graham (Tourism and Environment, Minor in Geography)Dhruv Jivan (Medical Sciences)Meghan Hickey (Medical Sciences)Fayyaz Rizvi (Biological Sciences)Nicolas Sardella (Biotechnology, Co-op Option)Daislyn Vidal (Biological Sciences)Wei Wang (Business Administration)Leila Meskine (Mathematics and Statistics)Taylor Lidster (Biological Sciences)
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. A brawl broke out at a theatre during a performance of Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance.Police scrambled to reports of eight people fighting in the orchestra stalls at the Palace Theatre in Manchester during the high-kicking Irish dance extravaganza. The show is directed by Michael FlatleyCredit:HAYLEY MADDEN/REX/Shutterstock Officers attended and a 36-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly.There were no reports of injuries.The trouble began shortly after 9pm on the opening night of Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games, directed and choreographed by Irish dance superstar Flatley.The show is described as a high-energy, two-hour fusion of dance styles, from traditional Irish dance to tap, modern and Broadway involving a story of good versus evil, with a Hunger Games flavour.No-one from the theatre was available for comment.
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Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppThe northern trend of black Friday is already hitting the island of Providenciales with sales at stores like Indian Bazaar with a dollar deal and serious discounts on clothing… Kishco with its carpet fair where over one hundred thousand styles will be on 50% off sale… and the Do it center, where the store celebrates its anniversary at both locations with a 20% off storewide sale this Saturday.Also this weekend, the Salvation Army getting help from Royal Jewels which will on Saturday evening unveil the winter collectionfrom the John Hardy line of jewelry. Specifically, the Dot Collection will be on showcase; 3% of sales at the event tomorrow night in Salt Mills Plaza, will go to the Salvation Army.
“We keep hearing from tribal leaders, ‘We need help! We need help!’ And I think this show of concern for the problem and actually trying to bring a solution to the table is just paramount of getting some type of public safety services throughout the nation to address the problem,” Addington said. Tara Sweeney, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior, visited Nome on Monday for an event called “Reclaiming Our Native Communities”: a roundtable discussion on public safety hosted by Kawerak. The primary agenda included discussion on violent crime, missing and murdered Native Americans, and narcotics. MacGregor says that, early this winter, when the Department of the Interior visited Gila River, Arizona, 116 names entered into NaMUS were identified as American Indian or Alaska Native. She says she’s noticed in previous conversations that communities aren’t always aware of the resources available to them. Tribes sometimes have their own databases for tracking missing people but might not realize there is a federal database, too: the National Missing and Unidentified Person System, or “NaMUS.” MacGregor says that getting those entities to communicate to each other is crucial. The events were closed to the media to facilitate “honest conversation,” but KNOM’s Emily Hofstaedter was able to speak with Sweeney and other officials from the White House and Bureau of Indian Affairs, who were part of the conversation. “To listen to community leaders, advocates, to discuss issues on how we can arrest the statistics on violent crimes, sexual abuse, domestic violence and missing and murdered Native Americans in our communities,” Sweeney said. Right now, assistant secretary Sweeney says the BIA and Department of Interior don’t have concrete ideas for policy-making or plans to issue funding to support specific projects. They plan to meet with Calista Corporation and the Association of Village Council Presidents in Bethel for a similar discussion on Wednesday. MacGregor is the deputy Chief of Staff, exercising authority for Deputy Secretary, for the Department of the Interior. Sweeney sees events like the one on Monday as opportunities for “partnership” between entities like hers and local communities. These talks come after Attorney General William Barr visited Western Alaska earlier this summer and subsequently declared a “public safety state of emergency.” Last month, the state Department of Public Safety received $6 million in federal funding for Alaska Native communities to use for law enforcement projects. This is the first event of its kind that the Department of the Interior, White House, and Bureau of Indian Affairs are doing in Alaska. But they have begun to do similar community discussions in Arizona and Oregon, and plan on doing more nationwide in areas with high concentrations of missing and murdered Native people. “About three people jumped up from the table and said, ‘That’s wrong,’” MacGregor said. Addington has worked in “Indian Country” law enforcement for 25 years. He says that tribes have been outspoken in their public safety issues, like a lack of law enforcement, and lack of justice for missing people. BIA Office of Justice Services Director Charles Addington says that NaMUS is now working to add more specific tribal data fields into their system in order to input more information for missing and murdered people. While the press was not allowed to attend, Sweeney said Kawerak invited tribal representatives from the area, victim advocates, health experts, and law enforcement. “We’re going to continue to use these listening sessions as an opportunity to inform our internal discussions on what we would like to propose as policy solutions so we’re not coming here with a pre-baked idea,” Sweeney said. “We want to hear from communities.” “We’d like to move in partnership, and it’s always helpful to sit and spend time with these communities and hear what their opinions are and what they’d like to see in their communities when it comes to a smart solution and leveraging the assets the federal government has,” MacGregor said. MacGregor says now, more people are making use of that database, which is connected to the Department of Justice and FBI. Today, the number of people in NaMUS who are identified as American Indian or Alaska Native is at 400. Participants pictured, from left to right: Tricia Tingle, Associate, DOI Director Tribal Justice Support, Office of Justice Services; Gary Lawkowski, White House Senior Policy Advisor, Domestic Policy Council; Tara Sweeney, U.S. Department of Interior, Assistant Secretary — Indian Affairs; Kate MacGregor, DOI Deputy Chief of Staff exercising the authority of Deputy Secretary; Douglas Hoelscher, White House Deputy Assistant to the President, Director of Intergovernmental Affairs; Charles Addington, DOI Director of the Office of Justice Services. Photo courtesy of Melissa Brown. “Right now, we think that improving data and working with the communities and getting accurate data will give us a good picture of what it is we are trying to solve,” said Kate MacGregor.
Shahriar Alam and Tarique RahmanState minister for foreign affairs M Shahriar Alam claimed on Tuesday that his Facebook page was hacked.And, he added, the post he gave on Monday showing copies of BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman’s passport and application to the UK home office was no longer there.Shahriar’s Facebook post on Tuesday reads, “My Facebook (page) has gone through huge torture overnight. Hacking! The posts have disappeared.”Asked about the matter, Shahriar Alam on Tuesday morning told Prothom Alo that some of his Facebook posts had been vanished as, he insisted, his page was hacked.Addressing a reception in London a few days ago, the state minister told newsmen that Tarique Rahman, who has been living in London since 2008, gave up his nationality by handing over his Bangladesh passport to the UK home office almost four years ago.Following the state minister’s remarks, the BNP challenged and the BNP’s law affairs secretary Kaiser Kamal, on behalf of Tarique Rahman, served a legal notice upon Shahriar.According to the legal notice, Shahriar was asked to say sorry either to the nation or Tarique Rahman. Otherwise, it added, legal action will be taken.Addressing a press conference at his Gulshan house following the legal notice, Shahriar on Monday reiterated his position and said Tarique, his wife and daughters handed over their passports to the UK home office nearly in June 2014.He also said the UK home office then sent their passports to the Bangladesh high commission in London. The passports are now kept at the Bangladesh high commission office.After the press conference, Shahriar Alam posted copies of Tarique’s passport and the application to the UK government.
In what is hilarious, though completely expected news (by now), Microsoft has pulled yet another Xbox 180: the mandatory, always plugged-in Kinect is no longer mandatory. You can shove that thing in a drawer if you want, and never feel weird when you aren’t wearing pants in your living room like we all know you do.Microsoft already stated that the Kinect doesn’t have to be powered on, but at that time, it was still required to be plugged into the Xbox One. This, of course, remains a little nerve-racking. The paranoid among us suggest that the Kinect never actually shuts off, and Microsoft could spy on us in our undies. Speaking with IGN, Xbox vice president Marc Whitten confirmed that the Xbox One will no longer require the Kinect to be plugged into the console. Yes, another Xbox One reversal.If you end up living in a constant cycle of shutting off and turning on your Kinect and simply can’t remember what state the sensor is in anymore, the Xbox One will prompt you to turn on the Kinect whenever a feature requires it.So, since the Xbox One’s reveal not too long ago, Microsoft has reversed just about every single policy of which the public wasn’t fond. From the always-online policy, to not allowing developers to self-publish titles, and now the mandatory Kinect, Microsoft pulled so many 180s we aren’t quite sure which direction the company is facing anymore.Now, if only Microsoft would do something about that $500 price tag.
Being the only record of the Solar System’s pre-biotic chemical evolution, scientists have tried for years to extract and study this material. It is believed that discovering the composition of meteorites will reveal what the Solar System was made of at its birth and how those materials evolved into our current-day universe.Most of the methods used to extract this matter have failed leading to the destruction of the meteorite material or just the inability to extract any compounds.However, a recent study from the Planetary and Space Science Journal explains how scientists have developed a novel approach to extracting these meteoric materials. It’s called hydropyrolysis.This new technology uses high hydrogen gas pressures, extreme temperature, and water as a non-destructive means for extracting organic and inorganic compounds from meteorites.This process has revealed high amounts of carbon and nitrogen- elements essential to life at the core of the meteorites. Also, this new technology revealed several never-before-seen organic molecules.The results of this study also contradict a common understanding to the origin of meteorites. It is thought that meteoric material originated from a molecular could that collapsed to form the Solar System. Scientists using hydropyrolysis believe this is a misconception and seek to use this technology to find the true origin of the organic matter in meteorites.Scientists hope that the use of this new technology will offer even more clues into the composition of the Solar System when it was forming.Finally researchers have a way to trace the evolutionary path of organic compounds which will ultimately lead to knowledge of the evolution of our universe.Reference:Sephton M, Love G, Meredith W, Snape C, Sun C, and Watson J. 2005. Planetary and Space Science Journal. Article in Press.by Gina Buss, Copyright 2005 PhysOrg.com Unraveling complicated issues of inequality in workplaces, communities Citation: Unlocking the organic composition of ancient asteroids (2005, October 7) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2005-10-composition-ancient-asteroids.html New technology discovers primitive organic matter in 4.5 billion year old meteoritesMeteorites contain fragments of asteroids brought about by collisions within the asteroid belt. These meteorites have not been exposed to geological processes experienced by planets and stars. Therefore, much of the matter in these meteorites originates from the formation of the Solar System some 4.5 billion years ago. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore further
Sponsored Stories Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall After losing the civil war, the Nationalists rebased in Taiwan in the late 1940s, and their constitutional Republic of China government has governed the western Pacific island since then.China’s Communists also claim sovereignty over Taiwan and insist that the two sides eventually reunify, though opinion polls on the island show most Taiwanese prefer self-rule.Taiwan’s effort to cast the war in its favor comes as it seeks to avoid being eclipsed internationally by China, which has eight times more diplomatic allies.“It’s because the rest of the world is ignoring the Republic of China, so they want their contribution to be well recognized,” said Kweibo Huang, associate professor of diplomacy at National Chengchi University in Taipei. “At least there’s a domestic outcome, which is that everyone in Taiwan shares awareness as a nation or a sovereign state.”China will offer a three-day public holiday in September to mark the war anniversary, and the official Xinhua news agency says the government will hold its first World War II memorial parade that month.Beijing had invited Taiwan representatives, but the island government said in April that officials would be banned by law and that any private citizens should attend with caution. Comments Share TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan marched out thousands of troops and displayed its most modern military hardware Saturday to spotlight an old but often forgotten claim that its forces, not the Chinese Communists, led the campaign that routed imperial Japan from China 70 years ago.The military staged an unusually large two-hour parade of homegrown missiles, Apache attack helicopters and a mountain bike team designed for stealth missions, followed by awards for aged World War II veterans in their attire from the 1940s. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies China and Taiwan split during civil war in 1949 and today’s China — more militarily and economically powerful than Taiwan — claims that the Chinese Communists had directed the resistance against the Japanese. Mainland officials have argued that the Communists’ advice and fighting skills were crucial to the victory.Taiwan’s Nationalist Party ruled all of China when Japan invaded parts of the country from 1931, forming a central stage of the Asian World War II theater. In one attack, the Japanese massacred between 40,000 and 300,000 Chinese in what has become known as the Nanjing Massacre.Officials in Taiwan say that the Communist forces had a minor role in fighting the Japanese alongside the Republic of China troops, and that during China’s eight-year resistance against Japan they were mainly building up their own ranks and fighting a civil war they would eventually win.“The war of resistance was led by the Republic of China and Chairman Chiang Kai-shek was the force behind it,” Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou said in a speech after the parade, referring to the old Nationalist government’s strongman. “No one is allowed to distort that.” Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Top Stories
Wyndham DestinationsWyndham wins at Annual Vacation Ownership AwardsWyndham Destinations Asia Pacific has claimed three Australian Timeshare Holiday Ownership Council (ATHOC) Awards, with teams from the Gold Coast and Fiji and a Queensland resort manager picking up major accolades.Presented at the peak body’s annual conference in Fiji, the ATHOC Awards are nine prestigious honours that recognise and reward exceptionally talented individuals, teams and companies in the vacation ownership industry across the South Pacific.Wyndham Destinations’ Gold Coast-based Owner Marketing team, which communicates with the WorldMark South Pacific Club’s 57,000 vacation owner families and manages the company’s social media pages, was named Best Marketing Team of the Year.“Our Owner Marketing team has done an exceptional job of improving our marketing and social media efforts, site visitation and engagement through the optimisation of quality user-generated content,” said Gary Croker, Senior Vice President of Business Development Asia Pacific, Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific.“This Gold Coast team is skilled at building constructive relationships with our vacation owners and helping them gain an understanding of the power our product gives them. The team’s campaigns and solutions are leading the field in an area which is undergoing enormous technological change and disruption.”Meanwhile, the company’s Fiji Sales team was honoured with the Sales Team of the Year award, thanks to its commitment to customer service and using innovative ideas to showcase Fijian culture and hospitality to its guests.The General Manager at Ramada Resort by Wyndham Port Douglas, Duncan Mars, also received the Best Resort Manager accolade for implementing a high standard of personalised service and markedly improving the property’s performance.Duncan presided over a 7.8 per cent increase in occupancy during 2017 and an overhaul of housekeeping that brought about vast productivity improvements. Guests providing feedback on the resort now give Duncan and his team an average ranking of 9.09 out of 10.Source = Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific
Go back to the e-newsletterSecure the best seats in town to experience this year’s Vivid Sydney, 27 May to 18 June, at Four Seasons Hotel Sydney.Enjoy uninterrupted views of the colourful projections across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House from the privacy of one of the hotel’s harbour view rooms or suites.Stay just a minute’s stroll from the Light Walk around The Rocks and Circular Quay, with Four Seasons Hotel Sydney’s special Vivid Sydney Package, including overnight accommodation, buffet breakfast and a complimentary signature cocktail in Grain bar, starting from AU$330 per night.Before heading out and exploring Vivid at street level, dine at the hotel’s award-winning Pei Modern restaurant by Executive Chef Mark Best.Mark and his team have created a series of special Vivid menus on offer each night, Monday to Saturday, with two courses for $49 or three courses for $59 per person.What’s more, make a dinner booking from 5.30pm to 7pm Monday to Thursday and receive complimentary valet parking at the hotel for up to three hours, as part of Pei Modern’s Park Pei Play offer.Sip a pre or post dinner drink at Grain, overlooking George Street and Circular Quay, choosing from an extensive drinks list of creative cocktails, premium spirits, craft beer, and local and international wines.Four Seasons Hotel Sydney’s façade will also feature as a backdrop to a major Vivid Sydney light projection across the cityscape, illuminating the building each evening from 6pm to 11pm.Go back to the e-newsletterPei Modern restaurant by Mark Best
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FILE – This Jan. 6, 2018 file photo shows Amy Landecker and Bradley Whitford at the 2018 BAFTA Los Angeles Awards Season Tea Party in Los Angeles. Landecker said, Thursday, July 18, 2019, she wed Whitford. The got married by political activist Ady Barkan at the courthouse in Santa Barbara. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File) by The Associated Press Posted Jul 18, 2019 2:33 pm PDT Bradley Whitford and Amy Landecker are hitched NEW YORK — With a nod to “The Handmaid’s Tale,” Amy Landecker announced on Instagram that she is “of Bradley,” elopement style.Landecker said Thursday she wed her fellow “Handmaid” co-star Bradley Whitford with their children and dogs, Izzy and Otis, as witnesses. They were married by political activist Ady Barkan at the courthouse in Santa Barbara.The groom wore a blue suit jacket. The bride held a bouquet and tied the knot in a blue print day dress.Whitford plays Joseph Lawrence and Landecker played Mrs. Mackenzie on “The Handmaid’s Tale,” the hit Hulu series. Representatives for the couple confirmed the happy news.The Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Epiphany will be celebrated on Sunday, January 6, 2019, at the Greek Orthodox church in Ayia Triada in the Karpas region in the north.The ceremony will take place from 7.30am to 10.30am, led by the Bishop of Karpas Christoforou, followed by the sanctification of the waters at Ayios Thiros in Yialousa.Free buses will operate from all towns in the government-controlled areas. Interested parties should contact Yiannakis Hadjiyiannis, the Mayor of Ayia Triada, Tel: 99403919 or Eleni Fellouka on 99621332.You May LikePlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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