Leighton Meester View All (5) Neil Patrick Harris Red carpet events are typically a classy affair, but stage and screen celebs kicked it up a notch for the annual Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5. This year’s fashion theme? “Charles James: Beyond Fashion.” (Click here for an example.) Broadway stars hit the red carpet rocking some seriously fashionable looks: If/Then star Idina Menzel wore a very Elsa-esque gown adorned with feathers and beads, All the Way headliner Bryan Cranston wore a dapper white tux jacket, Cabaret star Michelle Williams looked pretty as a picture in a sparkly cocktail dress, Hedwig’s Neil Patrick Harris stepped out in tails and a giant white cummerbund and Of Mice and Men star Leighton Meester was decked out in a glamorous gold gown for the occasion. Other stars looking glam on the red carpet included Tony winner Hugh Jackman, Glee’s Lea Michele and Into the Woods star Anna Kendrick. Did these stars nail their classy couture looks or did they miss the mark? Tell us what you think in the comments below! Bryan Cranston View Comments Michelle Williams Star Files Idina Menzel
Palma S. Broughton, of Milan, was born on October 9, 1959 in Batesville, Indiana, the daughter of Linzy B. and Amelia Williams Short. Palma spent most of her early life traveling out west, bartending locally and taking care of the elderly. Her children described her as stubborn person with a big personality who loved being around people. On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, at the age of 57, she passed away at Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. Survivors include her son, Linzy Williams of Sunman, daughter, Destiny Broughton of Sunman; 3 grandchildren, Cierra Williams, Malachi Williams, and Devaunte Carter; one brother, Denny Short of Manchester, and her mother, Amelia Short of Sunman. She was preceded in death by her father.A gathering of friends and family will be on Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 2 pm. at the Sunman Community Building.Memorial contributions can be directed Palma’s GoFundMe account or to the children to assist with expenses. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Palma Broughton.
FILE PHOTO: SC Villa players celebrateKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Sports Club Villa have moved to second place on the Uganda Premier League after registering a 2-0 win against Kirinya Jinja SSS FC at their Masaka Recreation Ground.The win helps SC Villa close the gap on table leaders SC Vipers to two points. Vipers who defeated Proline FC 3-1 on Tuesday to maintain their lead on the table have 55 points with four matches remaining, while defending champions KCCA FC are third with 51 points.Martin Kizza made no mistake from the penalty spot to give SC Villa the lead after 8 minutes before George Ssenkaaba increased the lead after 24 minutes. Kirinya Jinja SSS FC, the surprise package team in the League this season who are placed 5th on the log later played tight in the second half to deny SC Villa more goals.SC Villa have now played two matches without head coach Wasswa Bbosa who was suspended for four games for attacking match officials during a previous League match. In the other games played URA FC under new care-taker coach Sam Ssimbwa held home side Onduparaka FC to a goalless draw at the Green Light Stadium in Arua. URA FC who have struggled this season are 10th on the log, while Onduparaka FC are fourth.Masavu FC remained glued at the bottom of the League table after they could only manage a 1-1 draw against visiting Mbarar City FC. Emmanuel Ibe Obina netted for Mbarara City FC before Ibrahim Pengere made it 1-1. Masavu FC’s Philly Lutaaya was sent-off after 73 minutes.*****URNShare on: WhatsApp
Image Courtesy: Facebook/AFPAdvertisement 746bNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsxmWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ed3lg3( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6j27Would you ever consider trying this?😱t54Can your students do this? 🌚6cRoller skating! Powered by Firework In less than a month, the Coronavirus pandemic that originated from the city of Wuhan, China, found its way into every corner of the world. The primary mode of transmission were the unsuspecting tourists, who unintentionally brought the virus from the epicentre. However, despite huge number of precautionary guidelines and procedures released by WHO and the Government of India,some didn’t bother to follow them, and as a result, the virus has now entered the country. Amongst all the woes, senior cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle has come up with a statement on Twitter, indirectly taking a dig at Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Facebook/AFPDespite the warnings and suggestions going around to prevent further spread of the virus, many have not bothered to pay heed to them, and has taken the global pandemic very lighly. This had irked Harsha Bhogle, who recently took it to social media to express his dissent towards the non-cooperating part of the population.yesterday, on his official Twitter handle, Bhogle wrote: “It is so disappointing when so many people are trying so hard and stupid, literate people coming from infected areas go around partying.”Advertisement He also indicated that despite the efforts of many, the carelessness of just a handful can cause a severe desecration in the population: A million people can do right but it requires a few silly people to lose the fight. Let us stay vigilant. We are in this together.”Mentioning the notion of people who have arrived from virus-ridden areas and then landing themselves in social gatherings, seems to be a jab at singer Kanika Kapoor, who recently came back from London amidst the global emergency from the pandemic.Even after coming back from Europe, which has seen massive infections around, Kanika was reported to hide her travel history from officials to avoid quarantine and self isolation. Even after that, she was allegedly involved in a party with her family and friends in Lucknow.After Kanika was tested positive for COVID-19, the singer has received severe reprimand from the public, and even an FIR was lodged at her. However, Kanika herself denied the charges thrown at her, stating that she had undergone screening at the Lucknow airport after landing“I was part of the scanning process at the airport. I also called the CMO to check me and filled all forms at the airport,” Kanika said in an interview with Aaj Tak.“I attended a small get together on March 13,” although she accepted that she was involved in partying, Kanika has stated she has tried her best efforts to prevent anty further spread of the virus: “I tried my level best not to contaminate others. Throughout the past week, we were all wearing gloves.”Also read-PM Modi lauds ‘partnership’ between Kaif and Yuvraj as he urges Coronavirus fightSunil Chhetri reveals which game he could beat both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at! Advertisement
Pupils from Letterkenny’s Gaelscoil Adhamhnáin show the nation their talents on TG4 tonight.The pupils take centre stage on TG4’s programme Cleas Act tonight at 8pm.Presenters Eibhlín Ní Chonghaile and Stiofán Ó Fearail meet with the pupils who reveal their passions and dislikes and offer their fresh take on life. The school will also be taking on their biggest challenge yet producing their own version of Sean Mendes’ ‘Stitches’ as Gaeilge, with musical sensations, and CLEAS ACT house band, Seo Linn’s help.The show also features Letterkenny Irish language blogger and YouTuber , Caoimhe Ní Chathail.Cleas Act, TG4 8pm NEART SPRAOI, CRAIC IS TALANN LE GAELSCOIL ADHAMHNÁIN AR TG4 ANOCHT was last modified: May 15th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:gaelscoil adhamhnainTG4
A decage ago, “Top 10 Jobs” lists didn’t typically highlight green and alternative-energy professions. But they do now.Many specialty publications – and the business sections of most daily newspapers – create “hot jobs” lists every year or so as a way to put the broader employment market into perspective and, while they’re at it, maybe even dispense useful advice.The May issue of Popular Mechanics features a list headlined “10 Future-Proof Jobs You Can Get Right Now.” The list in fact might not be of immediate practical value to anyone except those who happen to have the academic training required for the professions identified. But it does affirm the notion that expertise in energy-efficiency fields will continue to gain traction in the near future, if not indefinitely.Five of the 10 jobs on the list focus on energy efficiency or alternative energy technology. The job in the No. 2 spot, for example, is “Zero-Energy Home Architect.” Noting that developments in solar technology and energy-efficient design are being applied to a wide range of residential projects and a growing client base, the accompanying job description cited Michelle Kaufmann, whose Oakland, California, firm has become known for designing all-climate, sustainably built modular homes (including the mkSolaire, the mkLotus, the factory-built Glidehouse, and the recently introduced three-story “farmhouse,” mkHearth).No. 3 on the future-proof jobs list is “Combined Heat and Power Mechanic” – an expert in installing and servicing cogeneration units that use turbine technology to produce both electric and thermal energy. CHPs are touted for use in a variety of commercial settings: They can provide much of the heat, for example, that would otherwise be generated by less efficient boilers.Job No. 4 is “Energy Engineer.” Pretty wide scope of possibilities here: Energy engineers “may recommend new air-conditioning equipment or solar-powered streetlights,” says the magazine, or they may design entire renewable-energy systems, such as those that harness methane from a landfill to generate electricity.No. 7: “Wind Explorer.” Wind explorers are trained in wind turbine construction and, quite often, environmental engineering. Travel required. The job often entails scouting locations in developing countries where grid lines and power plants are scarce or nonexistent.No. 9: “Battery Engineer.” This discipline often combines electrical engineering, chemistry, materials science, and mechanical engineering, the magazine points out, adding that demand in this field is growing.