LAS VEGAS — Are you so sure that Lady Gaga will win an Oscar for her performance in a “Star is Born” that you’d be willing to bet on it?Now, you can.New Jersey sportsbooks have become the first in the U.S. to accept wagers on the Oscars after earning state regulatory approval.The casinos see it as an opportunity to widen their pool of customers.Mattias Stetz is chief operating officer of Rush Street Interactive, which operates PlaySugarHouse.com in New Jersey. He says the company believes fans of the Oscars may be a new audience of gamblers more used to playing things like bingo or roulette.Sportsbooks in Nevada have never taken wagers on the event.“Roma” is the favourite to win in the best picture category at the William Hill and SugarHouse books.The ceremony is scheduled for Feb. 24.___Follow Regina Garcia Cano on Twitter at https://twitter.com/reginagarciakNORegina Garcia Cano, The Associated Press
A snapping turtle built a nest in a flower garden in Port Dover. Katie Sinkowski photo jpg, SR jpg, SR A Port Dover resident paid close attention to a snapping turtle digging holes in her garden on Monday.“Throughout the day I kept going out to see what she was doing,” said Katie Sinkowski.The turtle spent from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the garden nesting and laying eggs before it left. A snapping turtle laid some eggs in a flower garden at a residence in Port Dover. Katie Sinkowski photo Sinkowski wanted to make sure the nest and eggs would be protected.A few years ago she noticed a turtle nest cover in a neighbour’s yard, so she knew that’s what she wanted for the nest in her garden.Sinkowski drove out to the Long Point Provincial Park where she was able to pick up two nest covers and a pamphlet on how to properly cover the nest and watch the eggs. The covers were provided by the Long Point World Biosphere Reserve.Rick Levick, president at the Long Point Biosphere, said that they started providing the nest covers in the summer of 2018 after seeing that they were successful in other areas. They have 24 covers available this year.The Sinkowski family has just recently moved into their home so this is their first year experiencing the turtles on the property. They plan on contacting the previous owners to ask about their experiences regarding the turtles. “When she was laying the eggs she knew I was there but she didn’t get snappy or anything. A couple days later there was another female that came up and she was getting a little snappy when I walked by,” said Sinkowski.The edge of their property meets with the Lynn River, making it a perfect spot for turtles to nest. There are more turtles closer to the water, but because of rising water levels the turtles are trying to nest on higher ground.“The nesting areas in the marshes are inundated with water,” Levick said. “They (nests) turn up on people’s lawns and gardens, and that makes them pretty easy targets for predators.”Sinkowski has seen predators in the area.“I’ve seen lots of raccoons, and there are coyotes out here too,” said Sinkowski. “It’s pretty important to keep them protected. I’m hoping because she did it so close to the house that they’ll be safer.”Levick said anyone that spots a turtle nesting on their property is able to go to the Long Point Provincial Park to pick up one of the covers. The covers are free of charge, but they need to be signed out and returned once the eggs have hatched.“We just appreciate that if people borrow (the covers) that they return them in the fall,” said Levick.email@example.com
With more than five million subscribers, Brock University alumnus Matthew Santoro has become a YouTube sensation. The Welland native will be the speaker at the Terry O’Malley Lecture Wednesday, March 2 at Brock.Santoro (BAcc ’09; MAcc ’10) creates engaging, in-your-face infotainment videos for his millions of YouTube fans. Known for his Top 10 lists and 50 Amazing Facts videos, Santoro always leaves viewers educated and entertained.Santoro will speak about “YouTube and the Impact of Social Media in Business,” at the 15th annual Terry O’Malley Lecture Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the David S. Howes Theatre.Created by St. Catharines native and advertising legend Terry O’Malley, the lecture honours O’Malley’s legacy as one of the most highly acclaimed creative talents in modern Canadian advertising. For the past 15 years, it has provided Brock University students with exposure to some of the best marketing and business communicators in Canada and across North America.Always insightful and engaging, the lecture provides students with information about the field of marketing and advertising and the many opportunities available to them post-graduation.
Updated 8.50am THE SOUTH AFRICAN Olympian Oscar Pistorius was back in court this morning for a pre-trial hearing, the first time he has returned to court since being released on bail over the killing of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.The hearing this morning was brief as the prosecution asked for more time to complete its investigations into the shooting dead of model Steenkamp in Pretoria in February.The case has been adjourned until 19 August following agreement between the prosecution and the defence.The 26-year-old ‘Blade Runner’ claims he shot Steenkamp through a locked bathroom door in the middle of the night after mistaking her for an intruder.But the prosecution argues it was premeditated murder, a crime that carries a maximum sentence of life in prison. The case is unlikely to come to a full trial until next year.Amid hectic scenes at Pretoria Magistrates Court, Pistorius’s sister and brother as well as other family and friends were in attendance. The athlete wore a grey suit and appeared composed in front of the cameras.Earlier this week the family of Pistorius, a double amputee, said it was left “shaken” by the leaked graphic photos of the blood-spattered bathroom where the killing happened.Read: Pistorius family ‘shaken’ by leaked imagesRead: Police took photos of Oscar Pistorius on their mobile phones after arrestMore: Oscar Pistorius hits out at disrespectful fans’ Reeva Steenkamp comments
When Intel unveiled the Ultrabook platform back in May, the chip giant had some very specific guidance on what classes a laptop as an Ultrabook. The “thin, light, and elegant” portable machines have to use a Sandy Bridge Core processor, be no more than 20mm thick, and have a price point of $1,000 or less.That $1,000 price point limit means you should never have to pay more than the base MacBook Air configuration for an Ultrabook, which already makes them look competitive next to Apple’s laptops. Even so, $1,000 for a Windows 7 laptop puts them out of range of a lot of people more used to paying half that for a machine.According to Acer, anyone who can’t afford an Ultrabook now just has to wait. Jim Wong, president of Acer, has stated that by the second quarter of next year we will be paying between $799 and $899 for an Ultrabook, which is a 20% discount less than a year after they launched. But that isn’t the end of the price cuts. If you can wait until 2013, that thin and light Ultrabook you desire will apparently cost no more than $499.Dropping the price by 50% puts ultra-portable laptops in range of just about everyone. It also begs the question, what will happen to non-Ultrabook hardware? The $500 laptops of today will either disappear or be forced to drop in price. If that’s the case, then manufacturers will have to give away netbooks for free, and there will be mounting pressure on Chromebooks to also cut their prices significantly.If Acer’s predictions are right, then it’s likely Ultrabooks will become the norm, and we’ll have models ranging in price from $499 to $999 in a couple of years.via DigiTimes
Trial was set for Oct. 1 for a Vancouver man accused of unlawfully carrying a handgun at a local Albertsons, a case that sparked a nationwide debate last spring on open-carry gun rights.Kurk Kirby, 26, appeared briefly Monday morning before Clark County District Court Judge Darvin Zimmerman. His case was sandwiched between people seeking name changes and a busy criminal docket. Kirby’s attorney, Christopher Dumm, told the judge that a second lawyer is now helping out with case. Vernon McCray of Camas, an advocate for firearms rights, volunteered to be co-counsel.“He was just interested in helping out,” Dumm said.Kirby did not speak before the judge nor afterward to a reporter. He has said that Dumm advised him not to give interviews while his case is pending.His trial for unlawfully carrying a weapon, a gross misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in jail and a $5,000 fine, is expected to last one day.
Police from Portland and Vancouver chased a car across state lines Thursday afternoon in pursuit of a wanted fugitive from Oregon who is also a suspect in a hit-and-run assault of a Battle Ground police officer last week.The suspect has been identified as Stephanie Janelle Forester, 29. She is 5-feet-7-inches tall, weighs 160 pounds, and has brown, blond and black hair. She has brown eyes and a colorful tattoo on her right forearm. She is considered to be a heavy methamphetamine user and is known to frequent places that offer video poker, according to a Portland Police Bureau news release.She has several warrants for her arrest in Oregon.The car that she was believed to be driving was chased by police to the area of Southeast 126th Avenue and Mill Plain Boulevard, where the driver fled. Police searched the area but were unable to locate the driver.One 911 caller reported late Thursday afternoon seeing the woman driving north on Interstate 205 and another caller reported seeing her take the Mill Plain Boulevard exit.No accidents resulted from the Thursday chase.Last Saturday, Forester allegedly assaulted a Battle Ground police officer with her SUV. The incident occurred about 11:30 a.m. in the 2000 block of West Main Street. The officer was called to investigate a report of a man hitting a woman inside a silver Volkswagen SUV.
More than four fifths (85%) of students expect an annual pay rise when they join a workforce, according to research by mobile app Debut.The Expectations of Work report, which surveyed 12,000 students in May 2016, also showed that 80% of respondents believe it is now harder to get a job today than it was for their parents’ generation.The research also showed:80% of respondents expect a healthcare or dental scheme benefit, while 60% expect to be offered a gym membership.68% believe they should be allowed to access and use social media while at work.26% of respondents think they will retire between the ages of 51 and 55, 12% expect to retire between 56 and 60, and 27% believe they will finish work between 61 and 65.34% expect to be earning between £27,000 and £30,000 for their first graduate job.Charles Taylor, chief executive officer at Debut, said: “The expectations and priorities of tomorrow’s workforce have largely changed from previous generations. It is vital that we are aware of this and adapt accordingly. Even the traditional recruitment process isn’t resonating with students, the future of the British workforce, and isn’t delivering the results that today’s top employers need. Organisations must adapt to reach and retain the best talent.”
MIAMI (WSVN) – A woman was suddenly struck by a hit-and-run driver in a parking lot in Miami, Monday.Police said a driver crashed into the woman and sped away from the parking lot, located along West Flagler Street and 47th Avenue.The woman suffered a black eye and was taken to Coral Gables Hospital.If you have any information on this hit and run, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Share your voice 0 This is the tree in La Jolla, California, that apparently inspired The Lorax. City of San Diego A Monterey Cypress tree that may have inspired Dr. Seuss’ famous children’s book The Lorax fell last week. The Truffula trees from The Lorax, a fable about environmental destruction published in 1971, are thought to be modeled on the cypress’ curved trunk and clump of leaves. Dr. Seuss wrote dozens of children’s books. Gene Lester / Getty Images “Way back in the days when the grass was still green and the pond was still wet and the clouds were still clean, and the song of the Swomee-Swans rang out in space… one morning, I came to this glorious place. And I first saw the trees! The Truffula Trees! The bright-colored tufts of the Truffula Trees! Mile after mile in the fresh morning breeze,” the author wrote in The Lorax. Enlarge ImageThe Lorax was published in 1971. Penguin Random House Dr. Seuss, the pen name of Theodor Seuss Geisel, apparently could see the tree in Scripps Park from his home in La Jolla, California. The tree wasn’t dead when it fell early Thursday morning, though it had suffered some stress from termites, said Tim Graham, a spokesman for the city of San Diego, which oversees Scripps Park.The tree was about 100 years old, Graham said, and Monterey Cypress trees typically live 40 to 140 years. The city will reportedly salvage the trunk, repurpose it and plant a new tree.”We are saddened to hear that this beautiful tree has fallen down, as we are when any tree that has lived for decades falls,” Susan Brandt, president of Dr. Seuss Enterprises, said in a statement Tuesday. She added, however, that it isn’t known for sure that this particular tree was the inspiration for the Truffula trees in The Lorax. In Dr. Seuss’ book, the small, orange Lorax appears from a stump of a felled tree in the Truffula forest to try to stop the greedy Once-ler from cutting down all the trees and profiting from them.”I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues,” the Lorax says until the very end of the story.According to a website about the city, La Jolla inspired Dr. Seuss in several ways. For example, the cranky orange fish in the Cat and the Hat is similar to the Garibaldi fish, rarely seen anywhere other than the coast of southern California. Originally published June 17.Updates, June 18: Adds comments from the city of San Diego and Dr. Seuss Enterprises. Post a comment Tags Culture Digital Media Random
TwitterPhotographs of popular Tamil comedian, Santhanam, have been doing rounds on the internet post his weight loss. Many of Santhanam’s fans took time to recognise him after coming across his pictures. While some were shocked over his transformation, many were eager to know whether something is wrong with him or if he has fallen sick.The actor was recently seen at the launch of a taxi service, which is owned by the head of his fan club. He said that he lost weight for his role in the upcoming film Dagaalty at the launch. He laughingly said that he can gain weight happily by eating biryani thrice in a day.Dagaalty will be directed by Shankar’s former assistant Vijay Anand and the film will be produced by Santhanam himself, under home banner Handmade Films and SP Chowdhary’s 18 Reels. Rittika Sen plays the leading lady in this film. The film also had Yogi Babu in one of the key roles. Music for this film will be composed by Vijay Narain and the first look of the film, which was released sometime back, has received positive response. After Sakka Podu Podu Raja tanked at the box office, his next film Dhillukku Dhuddu 2 – a horror film – directed by Lollu Sabha Rambhala became a huge hit. Sakka Podu Podu Raja.PR HandoutSanthanam has A1 Accused Number 1 and Server Sundaram, which is getting ready for releases, in his kitty currently.Whatever it is, Santhanam is really doing well after shedding weight, which has helped him a lot in getting a good number of offers. He also says that he is confident about making things better for himself.
Young entrepreneurs are turning towards rearing cattle as a promising business at Rajendrapur of Singair, Manikganj. Photo: Ashraful AlamThis Eid-ul-Azha, there was hardly any need to import cattle for sacrifice during the festival. The demand was met by the country’s own rapidly growing livestock sector.Young entrepreneurs are turning towards rearing cattle as a promising business. Faisal Bin Malek studied at Willes Little Flower School in Dhaka and then went on to earn a CA degree in the UK. His friend Shabbir Ahmed graduated from Eastern Texas University, Back home, they joined up with two others to start a cattle farm in 2017.They began with just two cows and now, in a matter of three years, they have 100 cows on their farm.The farm is near Faisal’s grandparent’s home at Rajendrapur of Singair, Manikganj. They sold 35 animals from their farm this qurbani Eid.Faisal and his friends first started off by purchasing two bighas of land. Their farm now stretches over an area of 50 bighas.Many people have started up similar cattle farms across the country. In fact, every year 70,000 new cattle farms are opening up in the country.These farms mostly aim for the Eid market and also to sell milk. Interestingly, these have mostly been set up by young entrepreneurs.Given the huge volume of livestock provided by these young persons over Eid this year, there was hardly any need to import cows. In fact, there were around 1 million to 1.2 million cows surplus.Speaking to Prothom Alo, Faisal Bin Malik said, “We began the farm with our own land and resources savings and also with training from the livestock department. We still haven’t broken even and are yet to make a profit, but we enjoy our work immensely. We hope to make a profit within the next year or two. It is also encouraging to see around 25 families nearby using bio-fuel made of cow dung from our farm.”There are around 5000 modern cattle farms owned by such young people in and around Dhaka. Set up over the past four or five years, these farms are equipped with all sorts of hi-tech equipment, including CCTV cameras and more.The farms are spread out over Mohammedpur, Beribadh, Basila, Keraniganj, Savar and Ashulia in the capital city, as well as in Gazipur and Mymensingh.There are online cattle sales too. Over one million cows remained unsold this year in the Eid cattle market. Interestingly, all cattle on the online market were sold.Mostly youthThere is an exponential and steady growth of cattle farms in the country. Ever since a ban was imposed in India on cows being sent to Bangladesh, small and mid-level businesspersons took up rearing cattle.Around 70 per cent of the entrepreneurs who have taken up cattle farming are young educated professionals.According to the department of livestock, there were 377,000 cattle farm owners in 2017. In 2019 this number stands a 577,416. Only 57,000 of the farms are registered with the government so far. Around one million young people are associated with cattle farms in the country.General secretary of Bangladesh Dairy Farmers Association, Shah Imran, told Prothom Alo, unlike wheat, rice and jute farmers in the country, cattle farmers do not receive any sort of subsidies or facilities from the government. They have to take high-interest loans to set up the farms, pushing production costs up. It would be possible to provide consumers with cows and beef at more reasonable prices if the government lent its support.Women take up goat rearingAccording to the state-run micro finance institution, Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), 80 percent of the profit coming from investments in livestock remains in the villages and is reinvested. At the same time this is expanding the dairy and leather industry and also increasing the use of cow dung as fertilizer in the agricultural sector.And when it comes to goat rearing, around 90 percent of the profits go to the rural women entrepreneurs. They mostly use their earnings for their family’s nutrition and education.PKSF chairman and economist Kazi Kholiquzzaman sais, “The rural economy is benefitted the most. Cattle rearing is providing the highest profits among the agricultural sub-sectors of the country. We have started up animal insurance to cover risks.”According to PKSF, 40 percent of the microloans in the country are going to livestock farmers. There is presently around Tk 100 billion invested in the sector from the PKSF and other associated institutions and the entrepreneurs’ own resources. Another Tk 10 billion has been invested from NGOs and various banks.*This piece, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Ayesha Kabir.
To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X Listen 00:00 /50:38 On Monday’s Houston Matters: We learn the latest on an incident at the Chevron Phillips facility in Baytown.Also this hour: Lawmakers in Illinois, New York, and California are debating legislation that would ban tackle football for children under a certain age. The proposed measures stem from concerns about the risks associated with concussions and brain injury. We discuss whether there’s enough medical consensus to impose an age limit on certain sports.Then, as New Orleans celebrates its tricentennial this year, we discuss the city’s history and its connection to Houston. And Jeff Balke updates us on the latest developments in Houston sports.WATCH: Today’s Houston Matters 360-Degree Facebook Live VideoWe offer a free daily, downloadable podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and various other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share
August 25, 2015 Two years ago, Jamie Siminoff did the walk of shame off the set of Shark Tank. Kevin “Mr. Wonderful” O’Leary rudely told the serial entrepreneur-inventor that he was dead to him for not accepting his offer. His pitch on the popular show yielded zero dollars and embarrassment. He had failed, and in front of millions.Flash forward to today and Siminoff’s invention that tanked on Shark Tank — Ring, a video doorbell that lets people answer their doors using their smartphones — is flush with investor cash, including an infusion from Richard Branson just last week. (The British billionaire randomly saw someone use his smartphone to interact with a UPS delivery man via Ring and “was immediately hooked by the product.”)“It’s like beyond surreal,” Siminoff recently told Business Insider, reflecting on his company’s post-Shark Tank rebound. “I still can’t believe it.”Image credit: RingRelated: This Brilliant Braille Smartwatch Lets the Visually Impaired Feel What Time It IsSiminoff and fellow consumer tech veteran Mark Dillon founded Ring four years ago and have raised some $38 million in the last year alone. The mission of their business, which now has 120 employees, is to “reduce crime in communities and empower consumers by creating a ‘ring’ of security around homes and neighborhoods.”The $199 Wi-Fi connected doorbell features an HD night-vision video camera that records video in real-time and saves it to the cloud for $30 per year. Outfitted with motion sensors, speakers and a microphone, the compact device also enables for two-way communication. When someone arrives on your doorstep, the app issues smartphone notifications via its companion iOS or Android app to alert you to arriving guests and delivery people — anyone, even potentially suspicious visitors. That way, you can tell visitors or delivery people you’ll be just a minute or ask them to come back later. You can even tell unwanted guests to buzz off (or perhaps something more polite).Image credit: RingRelated: This $30 Device Can Break Into Almost Any Keyless Door in Your Car or HomeSo far, the invention has amassed an estimated $3 million in sales, some of which Siminoff chalks up to publicly blowing it on Shark Tank. “There was definitely a snobbery of, ‘Oh you were on Shark Tank’ almost like, ‘That’s embarrassing,’” he told The Wall Street Journal. “Then I showed them the numbers and what the show has done for us in terms of awareness and everything else. If you’re a consumer brand, I don’t think there’s anything else quite like [Shark Tank] that can do that for you.”Who’s dead to who now, “Mr. Wonderful”? Looks like Siminoff never needed your money in the first place. Your reach was more than enough.Related: Why This Hearing Device Is Making Noise With Investors 3 min read Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Register Now »
Booking flights to Switzerland from Britain is viewed as a “long standing tradition” in terms of skiing and adventure holidays.This is according to Julie Melet of Switzerland Tourism, who explained that Brits were the first to introduce winter sports in Switzerland in 1864 at St Moritz.”Switzerland is one of the most picturesque countries in Europe with 54 peaks over 4,000m and some of the most well preserved landscapes,” Ms Melet said.”The Brits also highly appreciate the great quality of services offered in Switzerland.”Ms Melet went on to say that the country offers a “wide variety” of ski resorts, which offer different settings, altitudes and atmospheres.Such is the popularity of Switzerland that Swiss International Air Lines will reintroduce its winter flights to Geneva from Manchester, a service aimed at ski enthusiasts in the north-west.People taking advantage of the flights will be able to head to the resorts of Les Gets, Morzine and Megeve among others.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedTop Ski Airports for winter 2008/9: Most popular landing spots for British Skiers & SnowboardersTop Ski Airports for winter 2008/9: Most popular landing spots for British Skiers & SnowboardersBrits hop on winter flights to EuropeBritish tourists are fleeing the UK to remedy their winter blues with some holiday cheer, according to easyJet.Sochi takes gold as most expensive ski holiday, reveals SkyscannerHead to Eastern Europe for this season’s best value ski holiday.
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