Kent Bazemore (Golden State Warriors) with an and one vs the Minnesota Timberwolves, 01/25/2021
Kent Bazemore (Golden State Warriors) with an and one vs the Minnesota Timberwolves, 01/25/2021
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Chalk it up to the impending arrival of spring or the benefits of our meditation practice finally kicking in, but we’re feeling curiously optimistic these days — and in need of some joyful new clothes to accompany our positive outlook. Just in the nick of time, Simone Rocha’s collaboration with H&M launches exclusively at HM.com on March 11, bringing with it even more cause for celebration, along with an extensive range of exuberant-yet-accessible future heirlooms. Marking 10 years since the debut of her self-named London-based label, this partnership — the first between the retailer and an Irish designer — turns Rocha’s signature silhouettes, embellishments, and intricate details on their heads, while reflecting her multicultural heritage. With this decade-long oeuvre to reference, Rocha combed through her archives for particularly beloved designs to reimagine and reinterpret (at egalitarian price points), with specially developed fabrics like delicate broderie anglaise and intricate tinsel tweeds. But (figuratively) beneath all of Rocha’s signature tulle layers, playful volume, and unexpected asymmetry, the line offers another quality we’ve been craving: connection. In a time when seeing family and community may not be so straightforward, the collab offers full wardrobe options for all — including Rocha’s first foray into children’s clothing — so that we might stay close sartorially with coordinating leisurewear or twinning Zoom-cocktail-friendly evening looks. And because these collectibles are meant to be cherished and restyled for years to come, dedicated followers and new fans alike can mix, match, and layer with abandon. So even as we dream of future occasions on which we might be able to wear these pieces in the same room, we can still get dressed to feel like we’re not really so far apart. Below, see some of our favorites from the collection. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Thomas Barkin told the Wall Street Journal that while there is "daylight on the horizon" for the U.S. economy, he does not see inflation rising to problematic levels. "The market is digesting that the Fed is fully aware that inflation will be higher in the short term; it is not a surprise," said Jim Barnes, director of fixed income at Bryn Mawr Trust in Devon, Pennsylvania. "The fact the market is now back in line with the Fed and the Fed's views, it will limit the volatility we saw from last week."
International business travel is not expected to remain permanently depressed, though it will likely recover from the coronavirus pandemic at a slower rate than leisure travel, United Airlines Chief Executive Scott Kirby said on Monday during CERAWeek by IHS Markit. Business travel was a key area of growth for the airline industry prior to last year's onset of the coronavirus pandemic, which sapped demand for all transportation fuels worldwide. Fears that business travel will never return are unfounded, Kirby said during the virtual energy conference, arguing that while some companies may try to reduce business travel to cut costs, they will run up against competition who are willing to fly.
Proactive, provider of real-time news and video interviews on growth companies listed in the US and Canada, has covered the following companies:New York, March 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- - First Cobalt Corp (CVE:FCC) (OTCQX:FTSSF) (FRA:18P) completes its Cobalt Camp transaction with Kuya Silver click here - First Mining Gold Corp (TSE:FF) (OTCQX:FFMGF) (FRA:FMG) strikes deal with Exiro Minerals to option land package near Springpole Gold Project in Ontario click here - Starton Therapeutics Inc secures licensing deal to develop post-cancer treatment nausea therapy STAR-OLZ in China click here - Aequus Pharmaceuticals Inc (CVE:AQS) (OTCQB:AQSZF) announces the commercial availability of Evolve preservative-free lubricating eye drops for dry eye care click here - Fury Gold Mines Limited (TSE:FURY) (NYSEAMERICAN:FURY) (FRA:AUN1) says initial drill results show potential to expand the Eau Claire deposit click here - Orogen Royalties Inc (CVE:OGN) (OTCMKTS:EMRRF) (FRA:5EV) inks deal to option the Lemon Lake project in British Columbia to Acme Gold click here - Empress Royalty Corp (CVE:EMPR) (OTCQB:EMPYF) closes in on deal to acquire silver stream on Tahuehueto project in Mexico click here - ImagineAR Inc (CSE:IP) (OTCQB:IPNFF) partner GSI inks C$380,000 white-label app creation deal with rugby company World Tens Series click here - Algernon Pharmaceuticals Inc (CSE:AGN) (OTCQB:AGNPF) (FRA:AGW) contracts Hammersmith Medicines Research for Phase 1 DMT stroke study; adds to leadership click here - LiteLink Technologies Inc (CSE:LLT) (OTCMKTS:LLNKD) (FRA:C0B0) changes company name to TechX Technologies click here - Aurelius Minerals Inc (CVE:AUL) (OTCMKTS:AURQF) (FRA:1GA) latest drill assays extend high grade gold zone at Aureus East project, Nova Scotia click here - Loop Insights Inc (TSXV: MTRX) (OTCQB:RACMF) agrees to license AI technology to PPE producer Maitri Health Technologies in C$2M deal click here - Benchmark Metals Inc (CVE:BNCH) (OTCQB:CYRTF) identifies over 20 new areas to follow-up at Lawyers after compiling geochemical results click here - Mountain Valley MD Holdings Inc (CSE:MVMD) (OTCQB:MVMDF) (FRA:20MP) i poised for animal trials on its Ivectosol 1% solution click here - Aurania Resources Ltd (CVE:ARU) (OTCMKTS:AUIAF) (FRA:20Q) making good progress with exploration at its flagship Lost Cities-Cutucu project in Ecuador click here - Esports Entertainment Group Inc (NASDAQ:GMBL) completes $30M acquisition of Malta-licensed Lucky Dino Gaming's business assets click here - Vuzix Corporation (NASDAQ:VUZI)says M400 and M4000 Smart Glasses now Microsoft Teams compatible click here TruTrace Technologies Inc (CSE:TTT) (OTCQB:TTTSF) to bring blockchain-supported standardized protocols to the medical cannabis sector click here - Canada Silver Cobalt Works Inc (CVE:CCW) (OTCMKTS:CCWOF) (FRA:4T9B) announces start of battery recycling tests using proprietary hydrometallurgical Re-2Ox process click here - TPCO Holding Corp (The Parent Company) (NEO:GRAM.U) (OTCQX:GRAMF) backs JAY-Z's campaign to challenge US cannabis policy through his MONOGRAM brand click here About Proactive With six offices on three continents and a team of experienced business journalists and broadcasters, Proactive works with innovative growth companies quoted on the world’s major stock exchanges, helping executives engage intelligently with investors. Proactive’ s platform delivers the right message to the right audience, digitally and in real time, leveraging a range of media, investment research, digital investor targeting and website development services to support over 1,000 fast-growing companies globally. Proactive’s network reaches over 12 million engaged private, professional and institutional investors looking for opportunities. • Our written and video content is published on Proactive sites that collectively attract up to 10 million views per month. • We syndicate our content to hundreds of mainstream and specialist news sites that expand our reach into networks that can be difficult for press releases to penetrate. • We custom build corporate websites from the ground up, empowering clients and their brands with a modern online presence and the latest insight on effective SEO strategy. • Our news coverage ranks high on the world’s most popular search platforms, and we can further amplify online presence and outreach with sophisticated digital investor targeting. • We help the world understand what makes companies stand out from the crowd with in-depth investment research from a team of experienced analysts. For more information on how Proactive can help you make a difference, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It comes amid a rise in the number of applications for school places in many regions across England.
"At this level of cases with variants spreading, we stand to completely lose the hard-earned ground we have gained,” said CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky.
The Miami Dolphins spent a lot of time with their scouts at their practice facility recently to discuss 2021 draft prospects, and perhaps the most important topic of conversation centered around wide receivers.
Israelis returning home from abroad have a new option that will exempt them from being sent to a quarantine hotel: They can wear a bracelet monitor that will notify authorities should they violate a mandatory isolation period. The pilot program began on Monday with 100 tracking systems available at Ben Gurion Airport, where traffic has dropped dramatically due to restrictions meant to reduce the risk of COVID-19 variants entering the country. Should someone choose the new system -- which includes an electronic bracelet, a smartphone and a wall-mounted tracker -- they can self-isolate at home.
EDMONTON — The Edmonton Oilers have claimed goaltender Alex Stalock off waivers from the Minnesota Wild.The 33-year-old Stalock did not appear in a game for Minnesota this season.The native of St. Paul, Minn., has a record of 61-48-18 with nine shutouts, a 2.61 goals-against average and a .909 save percentage over 152 games with San Jose and Minnesota.Stalock will add depth to an Oilers goaltending group that includes Mike Smith and Mikko Koskinen.Smith has been fantastic since returning to action after missing the first month of the 2020-21 season with an undisclosed injury, posting a 6-1-0 record with a 2.04 GAA and .934 save percentage.Koskinen has struggled with a 7-8-0 record, 3.26 GAA and .901 save percentage.The Oilers were scheduled to play their second of three games against the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday. This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 1, 2021. The Canadian Press
Investigators are trying to determine why the suspect in the killing of a law enforcement officer was trying to force his way into a high school basketball game the night the officer was killed, New Orleans Police Superintendent Shaun Ferguson said Monday. The suspect had struck a worker in the face after refusing to comply with entry requirements at the Friday night game, which included handing over tickets and submitting to a “COVID protocol” that included a temperature check, Ferguson said. Martinus Mitchum, who was working an off-duty security detail at the Friday night game, went to intervene.
GENEVA — A senior World Health Organization official said Monday it was “premature” and “unrealistic” to think the pandemic might be stopped by the end of the year, but that the recent arrival of effective vaccines could at least help dramatically reduce hospitalizations and death. The world’s singular focus right now should be to keep transmission of COVID-19 as low as possible, said Dr. Michael Ryan, director of WHO's emergencies program. “If we’re smart, we can finish with the hospitalizations and the deaths and the tragedy associated with this pandemic” by the end of the year, he said at media briefing. Ryan said WHO was reassured by emerging data that many of the licensed vaccines appear to be helping curb the virus' explosive spread. “If the vaccines begin to impact not only on death and not only on hospitalization, but have a significant impact on transmission dynamics and transmission risk, then I believe we will accelerate toward controlling this pandemic.” But Ryan warned against complacency, saying that nothing was guaranteed in an evolving epidemic. “Right now the virus is very much in control," he said. WHO's director-general, meanwhile, said it was “regrettable” that younger and healthier adults in some rich countries are being vaccinated against the coronavirus before at-risk health workers in developing countries. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said immunizations provided by the U.N.-backed effort COVAX began this week in Ghana and the Ivory Coast, but lamented that this was happening only three months after countries such as Britain, the U.S. and Canada began vaccinating their own populations. “Countries are not in a race with each other,” he said. “This is a common race against the virus. We are not asking countries to put their own people at risk. We are asking all countries to be part of a global effort to suppress the virus everywhere.” But WHO stopped short of criticizing countries who are moving to vaccinate younger and healthier populations instead of donating their doses to countries that haven't yet been able to protect their most vulnerable people. “We can't tell individual countries what to do,” said Dr. Bruce Aylward, a senior WHO adviser. Tedros also noted that for the first time in seven weeks, the number of COVID-19 cases increased last week, after six consecutive weeks of declining numbers. He described the increase as “disappointing,” but said it wasn't surprising. Tedros said WHO was working to better understand why cases increased, but that part of that spike appeared to be due to the “relaxing of public health measures.” ___ AP Medical Writer Maria Cheng reported from London. ___ Follow AP’s pandemic coverage at: https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-pandemic https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-vaccine https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak Maria Cheng And Jamey Keaten, The Associated Press
Vicente Canales’ Film Factory has acquired world sales rights to “Mantícora” (Manticore), the fourth feature from Carlos Vermut, whose second outing “Magical Girl” won best film and director at the 2015 San Sebastian Festival, reinforcing his status as a Spanish talent on the rise. “Mantícora” is produced by Aquí y Allí Films (Cannes Critics’ Week […]
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Swiss superstar Roger Federer is withdrawing from the upcoming Miami Open. He will take a break after he plays Doha, and maybe Dubai, to work his way slowly back on tour following two knee operations in the past 12 months.
Greece’s government Monday said it won't intervene to grant a prison-transfer demand by a convicted killer in a far-left extremist group who has been on hunger strike for more than seven weeks, triggering public protests as well as arson attacks. Doctors treating Dimitris Koufodinas in intensive care at a hospital in central Greece said the 63-year-old suffered a “serious deterioration” at the weekend, several days after also refusing water. Koufodinas was the chief hit man in the now-defunct November 17 group and is serving 11 life sentences for the murders of prominent Greek businessmen, diplomats and military officials from the embassies of Turkey, Britain, and the United States, and others. His victims include conservative lawmaker Pavlos Bakoyannis, brother-in-law of the current Greek prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis. Koufodinas’ lawyers argue that his transfer last year from a low-security prison in Athens to a high-security facility in central Greece occurred in violation of incarceration rules. They are seeking his transfer back to the prison where he had served most of his sentence so far. The centre-right government denies it violated transfer regulations. “Mr. Koufodinas is demanding privileged treatment outside legal norms,” government spokeswoman Aristotelia Peloni told reporters in an online briefing. “The state does not negotiate with convicts and will not relinquish its sovereign right to how to detain them. (He) has the ability to end the hunger strike and exercise the legal options at his disposal.” About 2,500 people held a peaceful protest in support of Koufodinas through central Athens late Monday. About as many demonstrators held a similar peaceful march through the northern port city of Thessaloniki. The leftwing Initiative for Prisoners' Rights group accused the government of engaging in “a ritual execution of a prisoner ... simply for reasons of family revenge and to impose the dogma or law and order.” The rights group warned that Koufodinas' life is “hanging from a thread” because of his hunger strike and refusal to take liquids. Koufodinas has staged another three hunger strikes in recent years, which he concluded after getting what he was seeking — including, in 2015, a demand not to be sent to the prison he is now asking to be transferred to. November 17, which mixed Marxism with nationalism, killed 23 people between 1975 and 2000. It was eradicated following a string of arrests in 2002 and subsequent convictions. The Associated Press
Invacare Corporation (NYSE: IVC) and its subsidiary, Alber USA, LLC announced the introduction of their next generation of power assist devices – the e-motion® (M25). The Alber e-motion power assist for manual wheelchairs is a push rim activated device that features wheels with a powerful in-hub motor and lithium ion batteries. The e-motion (M25) is an upgrade from the e-motion (M15), an industry-leading solution serving the marketplace since 2008.
T.I., his wife Tiny Harris and their team are facing at least 11 allegations of "methodical, sadistic abuse" accusers say spanned more than 15 years.