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23 Feb 19
Daniel Getter HNRS122 GMU'22

The Perceived Realism of African American Portrayals on Television This study “sought to examine the perceptions of African American portrayals on television, such as occupational roles, negative personality characteristics, low achieving status, and positive stereotypes. The main outcomes were that viewers perceive occupational roles and personality characteristics that African Americans portray on TV as real […]

23 Feb 19
Teacher Stephanie

I hope you love meeting new teachers like I do. Today is a special teacher feature as it is one of my real life friends and the girl who introduced me to VIPKID. You might have seen her YouTube videos, and if you haven’t you should definitely go check them out. They are a very […]

23 Feb 19
Akahi News

A woman has been stabbed at a polling station in Osun state, following an altercation with another lady. The incident took place at Akarabata ward 1 Units 1-12 which is situated in Lagere, Oranmiyan tower complex. The lady whose name could not be verified at the time was stabbed by another voter while on the […]

23 Feb 19
Pasadena Star News
A large crowd whooped and cheered Friday night, Feb. 22, as the popular World of Color spectacle returned to Disney California Adventure, in its first official soft opening after an accident shut it down for 10 months. It was an unusually cold night for Anaheim, but perhaps 1,000 people stuck it out until 10 p.m. — park closing time — to view the 22-minute-long water-sound-and-light show featuring Disney movie characters such as the Lion King, Aladdin, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Dory and more. “It was really good, but then I’m a huge Disney movie fan,” said Disney annual passholder Rachel Ruis of Arcadia. She and her companion, Jay Soohoo of San Gabriel, made a special trip down to see the show after they saw Instagram posts about it returning Friday night. Neither had ever seen it before. Soohoo was  ambivalent. “I liked it, but personally I like the fireworks better,” he said. #gallery-2209707-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2209707-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-2209707-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2209707-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ From 2016: Stitch from the Disney Animation movie “Lilo and Stitch” is projected onto a water screen during the “World of Color – Season of Light” show. (File photo by Mark Eades) From 2016: Fountains are shaped like a water flowing Christmas Tree as part of the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades) From 2016: Images from the Disney/Pixar film “Finding Dory” are projected onto the fountains that make a water screen as part of the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades) From 2016: The fountains erupt into flames as Goofy tries to decorate for Christmas as part of the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades) From 2016: A fountain streams more than 100 feet into the air during the finale of the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades) Disney typically offers a dining and entertainment package for a meal and a reserved space to watch Disney California Adventure’s “World of Color” light and water show. (File photo by Bill Alkofer) Reservations are not accepted at the walk-in Cove Bar, top right, above Ariel’s Grotto overlooking Paradise Bay at Disney California Adventure. Cove Bar will double in size expected before the end of 2015. As the sun sets, depending on the season, it is blinding to look towards the water. (File photo by Cindy Yamanaka) From 2015: World of Color as seen from the then-Cove Bar. (File photo by Jeff Gritchen) From 2016: Fountains fly into the air, lit with a multitude of colors in the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades) The highly sophisticated show features shimmering colored lights, music and 4K digital images projected onto massive fountains, with a full score and even a series of fireballs that draw gasps as they shoot up into the sky. It’s been massively popular at Disney California Adventure ever since it debuted in 2010, involving some 1,200 fountains that shoot different heights, synchronized to the music, and feature state-of-the-art laser projection technology that’s also in use elsewhere, including Disneyland.  Hours for the show vary by day. For the immediate future, Disneyland’s website shows one performance each night. “We are thrilled to bring the classic World of Color show back to Disney California Adventure. As one of our guests’ favorite shows, it is a wonderful ‘kiss goodnight’ at the end of a memorable day at the Disneyland Resort,” Patrick Finnegan, vice-president of Disney California Adventure, said in a prepared statement. Park officials have been testing the show late at night for months now. In recent days, fan blogs have been reporting that hotel guests have been awakened by late-night system tests. This show is the classic production that was shut down in April, after a mysterious accident that unexpectedly damaged the computerized underwater systems. Right now, the show is being run on a “test and adjust” basis, while the official grand reopening is scheduled for Friday, March 1, which is also the first day of the Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival. Signs for the festival are already up at the park, but it won’t actually begin until Friday. Carrie Johnson of Sacramento watched the show Friday night with her son, Tucker, unaware that it had been shut down for nearly 10 months. “We last saw it three years ago, and we just happened to be here,” Johnson said. “It seems more sophisticated than last time, and it’s unique to anything else.” Dining packages that include reserved viewing spots (mostly standing room only) are now available for reservation. They can be made online or by calling 714-781-SHOW (7469). [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links Disneyland’s new ‘Mickey’s Mix Magic’ light projection show reflects a trend in entertainment Disney’s World of Color show won’t be back until next year Reserve your space now for the Disney Food & Wine Festival [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
23 Feb 19
MAC Prospectus

Week Date Opponent TV/Stream 1 Aug. 31 @ Illinois 2 Sept. 7 vs. UAB 3 Sept. 14 @ CMU 4 Sept. 21 vs. Troy 5 Sept. 28 @ UMass 6 Oct. 5 BYE 7 Oct. 12 vs. Kent State 8 Oct. 19 vs. Buffalo 9 Oct. 26 @ NIU 10 Nov. 2 @ BGSU 11 […]

23 Feb 19
Jackson Scientific Journal

JSJ 1(2) By Avery Forrest Abstract: A monographic treatment of Dryobates pubescens, and D. villosus describing various aspects of life history, with notes on taxonomy and illustrations of some races. Introduction The Downy and Hairy woodpeckers are similar species of Picids, that occur across North America. This article will describe each race of these species, […]

23 Feb 19
SCNG
A large crowd whooped and cheered Friday night, Feb. 22, as the popular World of Color spectacle returned to Disney California Adventure, in its first official soft opening after an accident shut it down for 10 months. It was an unusually cold night for Anaheim, but perhaps 1,000 people stuck it out until 10 p.m. — park closing time — to view the 22-minute-long water-sound-and-light show featuring Disney movie characters such as the Lion King, Aladdin, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Dory and more. “It was really good, but then I’m a huge Disney movie fan,” said Disney annual passholder Rachel Ruis of Arcadia. She and her companion, Jay Soohoo of San Gabriel, made a special trip down to see the show after they saw Instagram posts about it returning Friday night. Neither had ever seen it before. Soohoo was  ambivalent. “I liked it, but personally I like the fireworks better,” he said. #gallery-1646369-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1646369-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1646369-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1646369-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Stitch from the Disney Animation movie “Lilo and Stitch” is projected onto a water screen during the “World of Color – Season of Light” show in 2016. (File photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG) Fountains are shaped like a water flowing Christmas Tree as part of the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG) Images from the Disney/Pixar film “Finding Dory” are projected onto the fountains that make a water screen as part of the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG) The fountains erupt into flames as Goofy tries to decorate for Christmas as part of the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG) From 2016: A fountain streams more than 100 feet into the air during the finale of the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades) Disney typically offers a dining and entertainment package for a meal and a reserved space to watch Disney California Adventure’s “World of Color” light and water show. (File photo by Bill Alkofer) Reservations are not accepted at the walk-in Cove Bar, top right, above Ariel’s Grotto overlooking Paradise Bay at Disney California Adventure. Cove Bar will double in size expected before the end of 2015. As the sun sets, depending on the season, it is blinding to look towards the water. (File photo by Cindy Yamanaka) From 2015: World of Color as seen from the then-Cove Bar. (File photo by Jeff Gritchen) From 2016: Fountains fly into the air, lit with a multitude of colors in the “World of Color – Season of Light” show that takes place during the 2016 holiday season at Disney California Adventure. (File photo by Mark Eades) The highly sophisticated show features shimmering colored lights, music and 4K digital images projected onto massive fountains, with a full score and even a series of fireballs that draw gasps as they shoot up into the sky. It’s been massively popular at Disney California Adventure ever since it debuted in 2010, involving some 1,200 fountains that shoot different heights, synchronized to the music, and feature state-of-the-art laser projection technology that’s also in use elsewhere, including Disneyland.  Hours for the show vary by day. For the immediate future, Disneyland’s website shows one performance each night. “We are thrilled to bring the classic World of Color show back to Disney California Adventure. As one of our guests’ favorite shows, it is a wonderful ‘kiss goodnight’ at the end of a memorable day at the Disneyland Resort,” Patrick Finnegan, vice-president of Disney California Adventure, said in a prepared statement. Park officials have been testing the show late at night for months now. In recent days, fan blogs have been reporting that hotel guests have been awakened by late-night system tests. This show is the classic production that was shut down in April, after a mysterious accident that unexpectedly damaged the computerized underwater systems. Right now, the show is being run on a “test and adjust” basis, while the official grand reopening is scheduled for Friday, March 1, which is also the first day of the Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival. Signs for the festival are already up at the park, but it won’t actually begin until Friday. Carrie Johnson of Sacramento watched the show Friday night with her son, Tucker, unaware that it had been shut down for nearly 10 months. “We last saw it three years ago, and we just happened to be here,” Johnson said. “It seems more sophisticated than last time, and it’s unique to anything else.” Dining packages that include reserved viewing spots (mostly standing room only) are now available for reservation. They can be made online or by calling 714-781-SHOW (7469). [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links Disneyland’s new ‘Mickey’s Mix Magic’ light projection show reflects a trend in entertainment Disney’s World of Color show won’t be back until next year Reserve your space now for the Disney Food & Wine Festival [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
23 Feb 19
Corruptive Contemplatives

Blog Three: Date 1/27/2019 Title: Cognitive Aspects Cognition: thinking, remembering, learning, reading, writing, talking, etc. “How many phone numbers can you recall off of the top of your head?” I can remember, around four or five different phone numbers collectively. Aside from my own, which I frequently confuse with the digits in my mother’s, I […]

23 Feb 19
Book Club Chic

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23 Feb 19
The Lantern & Shield Times

Today’s study is based on Psalm 106. As I sit and read through this Psalm, it reminds me of our present nation and all of God’s blessings over the years. Our people have turned their backs on God just like Israel. Today, I will be highlighting some of the key points from the Scripture to […]

23 Feb 19
Refine your Life after fifty

I have been hearing about Meditation since my College days. The only thing that I knew about it at that time was that one has to sit in silence in and focus on something. But I had no idea as to what it actually meant. Over   period of time,  the hype about meditation increased. […]

23 Feb 19
Rivierenbuurtblad

  Does sunlight encourage wrinkles? Your Wrinkle Number May Be A Good Marker Of Total Sun Exposure In Life I won’t let the sun come down on me A study analysed the facial skin treatment (gezichtshuid behandeling) condition of over 1800 women and men living in a small community in Florida. It used quantitative methods to […]

23 Feb 19
The Wealth Cove

A brief set of tips that will help YOU save your money!

23 Feb 19
The Portabella-Garrett Complex

Abstract              In an environment of climate change and an exponentially growing population, California is struggling to provide basic needs to all its inhabitants. This is particularly true in Southern California, where water sources are being depleted, causing environmental and social justice issues that are of essential importance. This essay seeks to explore the processes by […]

23 Feb 19
យុទ្ធនាការអន្តរជាតិដើម្បីកម្ពុជា

Today, I like to touch on the aftermaths of January 7th, 1979 after 48 days. As you know, in the beginning there was a Declaration of Victory, followed by the Annual Celebrations in the capital of Phnom Penh, and later in the CPP Headquarters in Chamkar Mon, which was the site of the High School […]

23 Feb 19
ALLNURSING PAPERS

Select an historical nursing figure that interests you. Your interest might be related to the period of time in history that they lived, their particular field of interest, or their special accomplishments. Guidelines: 3 pages of body including introduction but not counting the reference page. 1. Select an historical nursing figure that interests you. Your […]