Jared Johnson highlights the recent production from Jaxson Hayes and why managers should consider picking him up.
Jared Johnson highlights the recent production from Jaxson Hayes and why managers should consider picking him up.
Aiea, Hawaii, April 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Slick Vision Tattoo & Laser Removal is home to Aiea, Hawaii’s most talented tattoo artists. The up-and-coming tattoo and laser removal studio is a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to get a new tattoo, remove an unwanted tattoo, or modify an existing tattoo. Slick Vision Tattoo & Laser Removal specializes in removing tattoo regret with complete tattoo removal, tattoo lightening for cover-ups, and selective removal for partial modification. Slick Vision Tattoo & Laser Removal uses the Astanza Duality laser to perform all laser tattoo removal services and help residents in the island of Oahu achieve their skin’s desired look. “Slick Vision Tattoo & Laser Removal was founded in hopes of helping people feel happy and comfortable in their skin. As tattoo artists, we love seeing the power that tattoos have on an individual. However, we also know the negative impact an unwanted tattoo or old can have on a person,” said Jayson Ramoran, owner. “With laser tattoo removal, we can erase tattoos that people no longer identify with, fade tattoos to create better cover-ups, and remove a specific part of a tattoo, like a name, without touching the surrounding ink. We are excited to introduce the Astanza Duality to local residents and continue delivering the best artwork.” The Astanza Duality is a cutting-edge Q-switched Nd:YAG device that uses ultra-quick pulse durations and intense peak power to safely shatter unwanted ink in the skin. The Duality is revered as one of the best lasers on the market and is trusted by leading physicians, medical spas, tattoo artists, and laser technicians worldwide. The Duality’s 532 nm and 1064 nm wavelengths can target and remove a wide variety of tattoo colors and are safe to use on all skin types. “Jayson and the Slick Vision Tattoo & Laser Removal team are a group of passionate tattoo lovers,” said Opal Taskila, Astanza Sales Representative. “Their investment in the Duality is proof of their commitment to delivering the best tattoo and laser removal results throughout the island of Oahu.” About Slick Vision Tattoo & Laser Removal Slick Vision Tattoo & Laser Removal is a full-service tattoo studio and laser tattoo removal shop located in Aiea, Hawaii. They provide expert tattooing, complete tattoo removal, selective tattoo removal, and fading for cover-ups. Their laser technicians received expert training from New Look Laser College, the world’s leading laser tattoo removal training program, and received the designations of Certified Laser Specialist (CLS) and Laser Safety Officer (LSO). To schedule a consultation or learn more about their services, visit https://www.slickvisiontattooandlaserremoval.com/ and follow them on Instagram. Slick Vision Tattoo & Removal is located at the Aiea Commercial Center, 99-185 Moanalua Rd. Suite 103 Aiea, Hawaii 96701. About Astanza Laser Astanza is the leader in lasers for tattoo removal, hair removal, and additional aesthetic procedures. In addition to delivering cutting-edge medical laser devices such as the Duality, Trinity, MeDioStar, and DermaBlate systems, Astanza offers its customers a complete range of training, marketing, and business consulting services to achieve success in this growing field. Astanza is an award-winning company that has received several accolades from leading industry organizations, including MyFaceMyBody and Aesthetic Everything. They are also certified as a “Great Place to Work”. Astanza Laser is headquartered in Dallas, TX, with customers throughout North America and Europe. For product, investor, or press information, call (800) 364-9010, or visit https://astanzalaser.com/. Connect with Astanza on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. CONTACT: Astanza Laser Astanza Laser (800) 364-9010 email@example.com
A casualty of the collapsing European Super League could pave the way for the return of an England international.
India recorded the world's highest daily tally of coronavirus cases for a second day in a row on Friday surpassing 330,000 new cases, while daily deaths from COVID-19 also jumped by a record 2,263. The spike came as twelve people died in a fire at a Mumbai hospital treating COVID-19 patients in India on Friday. Health officials across northern and western India, including the capital, New Delhi, have said they are in crisis, with most hospitals full and running out of oxygen.
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Šiaulių Bankas AB, company code 112025254, domicile address Tilžės st. 149, LT-76348 Šiauliai, Lithuania.The General meeting of shareholders held on 31 March 2021 approved allocation of the profit of Šiaulių Bankas AB which included a pay-out of dividends - 0.0055 euro shall be paid for each ordinary registered share with a nominal value of 0.29 euro. Dividends shall be paid out to persons who were the shareholders of Šiaulių Bankas AB at the end of the record day - 15 April 2021. The Bank shall pay out dividends on 28 April 2021 in compliance with the following procedure:- those shareholders whose shares are being accounted in the securities accounts with banks and financial brokerage companies rendering investment services will receive an amount of dividends after deduction of Personal Income Tax or Corporate Profit Tax in compliance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania which shall be transferred to the accounts with the respective banks or financial brokerage companies; - for shareholders whose shares are accounted for in Šiaulių Bankas AB in the issuer's accounting, the amount of dividends, after deducting personal income tax or income tax in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania, will be transferred to the account with Šiaulių Bankas AB specified by the shareholder. If the shareholder has not specified an account with Šiaulių Bankas AB for the transfer of dividends, he/she must submit an application for the transfer of dividends. Applications are accepted from 28 April 2021 in all customer service points of Šiaulių Bankas AB. As long as the quarantine regime is in force, in accordance with security requirements, before going to the customer service department, it is necessary to register for a visit on-line at www.sb.lt or by phone 1813. Applications for dividend transfer can also be submitted via the bank's online banking. Taxation of dividends:- Dividends of natural persons residents of the Republic of Lithuania and foreign countries shall be subject to 15 per cent of the Personal Income Tax rate; - Dividends of legal entities residents of the Republic of Lithuania and foreign countries shall be subject to 15 per cent of the Corporate Profit Tax rate, unless otherwise provided for in the laws. Additional information:Director of Securities Accounting Department Jolanta Dobiliauskienė+370 41 595 669, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
TW: This article talks openly and frankly about the death of loved ones Death doesn’t usually come up over an oat latte or a bottomless brunch. It doesn’t feel appropriate to ask your boss for a month off after a significant loss, despite the fact that your life has changed irreversibly. There’s an expectation that grief expires, that its grip on our heart relaxes and we can continue on with our lives once a certain amount of time has passed. But that’s simply not true. Grief is still a taboo subject. It is discussed straight after the death happens when there’s a wave of support but, a few weeks later, it begins to dwindle as life (and supposedly grief) moves on. In the UK, there’s no standardised bereavement leave so the only option is returning to work, and ‘normal’ life, a few days or weeks later. From then on, grief is swept under the carpet. It isn’t thrown into conversation over a coffee or slipped into a “How are you?” text from your friend. Those who are not going through it treat grief as if it is a burden; it weighs down a chat with an invisible black cloud that nobody knows how to deal with. There is a community on TikTok where this is not the case. The #grief hashtag on TikTok has over 436 million views, with thousands of stories of bereavement offering a much-needed dose of reality to those suffering in silence. On GriefTok, there’s no sugar-coating the loss of loved ones, no aesthetic filters to soften the blow. No one here is biting their bottom lip so as not to cry. Instead, users openly and honestly share the truth of unpredictable, lifelong grief. It is a nonjudgmental space where no one has to explain how grief feels as everyone else who is grieving already understands. According to Child Bereavement UK, one in 29 children between the age of 5 and 16 have been bereaved of a parent or a sibling — on average that’s one child in every class. In the UK alone, 111 children under the age of 18 lose a parent every day. I was one of those children. I was 16 when I lost my dad to a brain tumour. Having to explain to every single person that your parent has died is emotionally exhausting, especially when they respond with that look. It was refreshing, then, to find TikTok user @hiitsmisspetch making light of this experience in a video, listing the things people have asked her about her parents before responding, emotionless: “They’re dead.” @hiitsmisspetch Stuff people say whose parents have died #parents #grief #loss #griefandloss ♬ Oh No – Kreepa It is the honesty of @cayleighs_car_chats who records herself singing along to “Killing Me Softly” before bursting into tears as she remembers singing the song with her brother and sister who passed away. It is the raw display of emotion from @kristen_barness who records a video through floods of tears, sharing how her sister used to do her makeup when she felt insecure. Now that her sister’s gone, she struggles to do it herself. Videos from brave women like this remind us that even small, everyday tasks are filled with emotions and memories which make daily life so bittersweet after losing someone you loved. Users on GriefTok often choose to capture a very specific moment in their grief journey for their videos, from revisiting a parent’s grave after 20 years to letting go of their possessions and the empty chair at the dining table. Each video is a snapshot of living with loss which beautifully encapsulates the sadness and the joy in remembrance. Since bereavement isn’t discussed openly, we haven’t all developed the language to talk about grief. Out of fear of saying the wrong thing, friends stop mentioning the death at all. Yet according to a survey by Child Bereavement UK, 26% of adults who have lost a close family member wish their friends would mention by name the person who died, while a tenth of all adults say some of their friends actively avoided them after they lost a loved one. It’s never been more important for grievers to feel heard; the UK saw 70,000 excess deaths in the pandemic, bringing the total of bereaved individuals to an estimated 2.6 million in 2020 alone. @cayleighs_car_chats #grief is Killing Me Softly… #grieving #griefjourney #griefandloss #fypage #fyp #reality #normalizegrief ♬ original sound – Cayleigh Pina As anyone who has been bereaved will tell you, grief doesn’t have an expiration date. It’s not something you ‘get over’; you can feel the loss as fervently as ever, decades after it happened. As someone who is well acquainted with grief, I found the discussions about grief on TikTok heartbreakingly honest and relatable. When my dad died, I felt like a part of me died with him. He was 46, full of life and, until he was diagnosed, the healthiest person I knew. Death is always a shock, even if someone has a terminal illness. Nothing quite prepares you for their death nor anyone else to be able to support you. I felt so alone in my grief, even though my family and I were going through the same loss. I had to sit my GCSE exam several hours after he died, go to school every day, get my A-levels. I was forced to return to everyday life as though nothing had changed and, while I tried, sometimes I couldn’t get out of bed. I shut down because I didn’t know how to express how I felt. I certainly didn’t know that I’d have to learn to live with my grief – that it doesn’t go away. @kristen_barness ##imissyousissy ##llt ##grief ♬ Heal – Tom Odell The pain is in the small moments too, as TikTokers Cayleigh and Kristen highlighted. I’d go out for dinner with my family and the waiter would remove the fourth place at the table. I’d listen to my friends tell me what they were getting their dad for Father’s Day or how they’d argued with him over a party. Death fundamentally makes people very uncomfortable. But as @hiitsmisspetch’s video and the thousands of comments beneath it point out, sometimes the reality of a situation needs to be said directly, in order to just get through it. Initially I didn’t know how to talk about grief; I didn’t have the words as I hadn’t been taught them. GriefTok is a space for everyone to share the intimate and painful details of death in a very public, frank way. As a watcher, I don’t have to comment or engage if I don’t feel up to it. I can just listen to stories and feel less alone in my grief as I know the other users understand. Listening also helps you develop the language to talk about your own grief: sometimes people can describe how you’re feeling even when you can’t. The GriefTok community is changing the dialogue around grief for the better by offering more than a condolence after a death. It’s about sustaining a lifelong and compassionate conversation about grief. In the same way that you’ve probably tried the TikTok wrap hack or used the platform to learn a new dance, think of GriefTok as a reminder to check in with your grieving friends months and even years after the death; keep the dialogue honest and ongoing. Sadly, everyone will get to know the shorthand of grief eventually in their lifetime. Until that day, observe GriefTok, empathise and, most importantly, bring that dialogue into the real world. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The Bucket Hat That Helped Me Grieve My FatherHow Bereavement Doulas Help Women After LossHow Activism Helped Heal My Grief
Dear Daniela,How important is it to drink water for your skin? I constantly hear beauty influencers and celebrities saying that water is their ultimate beauty secret, and I see people on TikTok challenging themselves to drink these massive bottles of it every day. I know water is good for you but will it really affect my skin? How much do I need to drink?Alannah, 29 As a cub reporter, I was sent backstage at more fashion shows than I can remember. I would have to sweet-talk stern women with clipboards and ear pieces to get in, then duck flying cans of hairspray and sidestep clothes rails speeding towards me. My goal? Approach the models and ask them for their ‘beauty secrets’ while they sat in hair and makeup, legs akimbo, in a folding chair, scrolling on their phones. Sometimes one of them would reveal a cool French pharmacy product I’d not heard of before, or maybe even tell me their favourite facialist. But for the most part they’d intone: “I drink a lot of water.”You’re absolutely right that water is non-negotiable in anyone’s daily regime, for health and beauty reasons, and like you I’ve seen the curious trend of the ‘two gallon’ challenge. If you were previously exclusively drinking juice, fizzy drinks or coffee, drinking more water will almost definitely make you feel better. I mean, humans are about 70% water. We’re cucumbers with imposter syndrome! But what is the tipping point in terms of it actually helping our skin? “Water is the main component of our cells and tissues, and represents the majority of our body’s composition,” confirmed Dr Costas Papageorgiou, a plastic surgeon and aesthetic doctor. “Some studies show an increase in what we call ‘deep’ skin hydration after additional water intake, as well as reductions of the clinical signs of dryness and roughness, plus an increase in the elasticity of the skin. However, a clear definition of our daily water requirements does not exist,” he added.There are a few guidelines bouncing around. Dr Papageorgiou pointed to an American recommendation of 2.7 litres and 3.7 litres a day for men and women respectively, and a more conservative recommendation from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) of 2l and 2.5l of water per day for women and men. The British Dietetic Association suggests even less at 1.5 to 2 litres a day. The popular maxim that eight glasses a day is the magic number comes from a recommendation made all the way back in 1945 and even in that recommendation, the following sentence noted that most of that water is actually found in foods. Apples, spinach, tomatoes – lots of fruits and vegetables are high in water, and it’s advisable to eat your water as well as drink it. “Cutaneous water content, or the amount of water in the skin, is known to play an important role in different skin functions, such as the water ‘barrier‘ and water deficiency is associated with several dermatological dysfunctions,” explained Dr Papageorgiou. Not staying adequately hydrated could indeed make your skin feel tight, dry and itchy, especially if you’re already prone to eczema or dermatitis. Hydrated skin also reflects light better, which can give you a dewier, fresher face, but there’s no study which says a certain, exact amount will tip you over into ‘unlocking’ the benefits of skin hydration. No doubt anyone who has acne will have been told at some point to drink more water, which must be just as annoying as “just wash your face”. Perhaps unsurprisingly, there’s nothing to say that chugging Evian will do much for breakouts. “More research is needed to confirm whether drinking more water can improve acne,” said Dr Papageorgiou. “Water is essential to proper detoxification, as it helps carry nutrients through your body, flush out toxins and keep your liver and kidneys working efficiently.” One really important thing to take away there: when Dr Papageorgiou says ‘detoxification’, he’s talking about your body’s own detoxification system of kidneys, liver and sweat, not green juices, herbal teas or ‘clean’ eating. The best way to think about water as part of your skincare routine is as a foundational layer that will almost undoubtedly support your skin’s health but probably won’t fundamentally change how it looks or feels in the same way skincare or even injectables might. If you know you don’t drink much – or really any – water and your skin is feeling dry and/or you’re bothered by breakouts, increasing your water consumption is probably advisable and hopefully it will help. Just like sleep and diet, you need to be at a point where what you’re aiming for is doable, sustainable and enjoyable for you. Some people need nine hours of shut-eye, others really are fine on five. Some people feel that dairy plays havoc with their complexion, others mainline cheese with little ill effect. Overhydration is absolutely a thing and it does happen. While I have no authority to comment on the safety of ‘water challenges’, some of the bottles I’ve seen people fight their way through are alarmingly large – even if it’s not dangerous, it’s almost certainly superfluous. One thing’s for sure: if someone tells you their only beauty secret is to drink water? Take it with a pinch of salt.Daniela Got a question for our resident beauty columnist Daniela Morosini? No problem, qualm or dilemma is too big, small or niche. Email email@example.com, including your name and age for a chance to have your question answered. All letters to ‘Dear Daniela’ become the property of Refinery29 and will be edited for length, clarity, and grammatical correctness. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Will Drinking Chlorophyll Water Give Me Good Skin?Is Beauty Sleep Real? The Answer May Surprise YouDo Bottle Bags Make You Drink More Water?
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Prince Charles’s model village architecture? Give me brutalism any day. There is a large cohort of people who despise the look, but I am a broad church when it comes to architecture
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Opponents of LTNs claim they delay emergency services – but look at the facts. One thing is clear: there is virtually no evidence that low-traffic neighbourhood schemes hold up emergency vehicles
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WOKINGHAM, UK / ACCESSWIRE / April 23, 2021 / Ferguson plc (the "Company") announces that on April 22, 2021 it purchased for Treasury the following number of its ordinary shares of 10 pence each pursuant to its $400 million share repurchase programme, details of which were announced on March 16, 2021.Description of shares: Ferguson plc - ordinary shares of 10 penceNumber of shares repurchased: 30,000Date of transaction: April 22, 2021Price paid per share: £92.
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Bones of Black children killed in police bombing used in Ivy League anthropology course. Remains of those killed in 1985 Move bombing in Philadelphia serve as ‘case study’ in Princeton-backed course
LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / April 23, 2021 / Anglo Pacific Group PLC (LSE:APF)(TSX:APY) The notification below, made in accordance with the requirements of the EU Market Abuse Regulations, provides further detail in respect of the transactions as described at the beginning of this announcement. Details of the person discharging managerial responsibilities / person closely associated a.
U.S. investment fund Davidson Kempner and British investment firm Pioneer Point Partners announced on Friday they will invest together up to 3.5 billion euros ($4.21 billion) by 2025 in a large-scale data centre in Portugal. The campus in the city of Sines, 150 kilometres south of the capital Lisbon, will include five buildings with a useful capacity to supply up to 450 MW of cheap energy from renewable sources to the servers, the two companies said in a joint statement. "Sines 4.0 will be one of the largest data centre campus projects in Europe and will address the exploding demand of large international technology companies," the funds said.
Now available in the UAE, the Philips TAB8805 3.1 channel Soundbar with subwoofer lets you make more of movie night. The immersive 3D audio of Dolby Atmos puts you right in the middle of the scene, and Play-Fi compatibility makes it easy to create a true surround-sound setup.
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