Hamilton

23 Feb 19
Shopper Explore - Price Comparison

The Hamilton Casual Dining Set is ideal for outdoor dining. For lunch in the sunshine to dinner under the stars, this beautifully low maintenance garden furniture set includes 2 chairs, a 2-seater sofa and a glass-topped table. Whether you’re enjoying a drink with friends or having a summer evening snack with family, this set is a […]

23 Feb 19
EW.com

At a Human Rights Campaign conference in February 2014, actress Ellen Page publicly came out as gay, a move very much inspired by her role in 2015’s Freeheld. Years later, Page, 32, is now happily married to dancer and choreographer Emma Portner, but it’s a future she didn’t always think was possible. Page opened up […]

23 Feb 19
KTLA

[ooyala player_id=”f987944e2b8d47c5ad7da7977780b8bd” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”9vOTQyOvfOKTDwM65FXm0S1biBeX” code=”50c2RiaDE62Wb6yj8y4Oq6bzYb5iY7xf”] Happy Academy Award Weekend! We can actually see — for free — the costumes nominated for an Academy Award and MORE! Here are some Saturday “Gayle on the Go!” suggestions. Whew! There’s a lot to do and see! Enjoy! -0- SATURDAY “GAYLE ON THE GO!” Victory From Within: […]

23 Feb 19
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Soak up the sun in style with the Hamilton Sun Lounger. With a 5-position adjustable back and luxurious 5cm thick cushion included, the Hamilton sun lounger allows you to enjoy sunny summer days in complete comfort. Made from the highest quality materials woven onto a powder coated frame, it will stay in great condition too. It’s […]

23 Feb 19
Lizard Tracks

The universe is expanding. So we should soon all have more room. But it should come as no surprise this does not apply to sheds. Our family has outgrown two of them. Outgrowing them is easy; replacing them is the trick. What’s a family with too much stuff to do? Tapping into the hive mind […]

23 Feb 19
Shopper Explore - Price Comparison

The Hamilton Garden Bench lets you relax in comfort in the beautiful surroundings of your garden. Soak up some sunshine while enjoying the peace of quiet. Ideal for reading a book, enjoying a cup of tea or getting comfortable for a chat. The sturdy Hamilton Bench will give you many years of valuable service, helping […]

23 Feb 19
Balabanova All Over

[NYC, Nov 4, 2018] And just like that, our last day in New York was here! Our flight was in the evening, so we still had a whole day to explore. The New York marathon was that day, and we knew lots of streets in the upper part of Manhattan as well as Central Park […]

23 Feb 19
Cut To The Chase

  Directed By: Alan Taylor Written By: Laeta Kalogridis & Patrick Lussier Based On Characters Created By: James Cameron & Gale Anne Hurd Cinematography By: Kramer Morgenthau Editor: Roger Barton  Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courntey, Jason Clarke, J.K. Simmons, Dayo Okeniyi, Matt Smith, Courntey B.Vance, Sandrine Holt, Otto Sanchez, Gregory Alan Williams, Byung-Hun […]

23 Feb 19
I Would Rather Be Reading

Over the past few years, I have become a huge fan of Philip K. Dick. His books are some of the most intelligent works of science fiction I have ever read. Each story is a unique and unforgettable experience that will definitely wreak havoc on your brain. After enjoying both Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? […]

23 Feb 19

My practice aims to take into account the complexities of the system it is born in, conscious of what if affects and is affected by. I do not believe in a designer removed from society- to me, the network of people and systems that supports human life are the main reason for design, and must […]

23 Feb 19
CAMHPRO

Mental Health Self-Directed Care Financing: Efficacy in Improving Outcomes and Controlling Costs for Adults With Serious Mental Illness by Judith A. Cook, Ph.D., Samuel Shore, L.M.S.W., Jane K. Burke-Miller, Ph.D., Jessica A. Jonikas, M.A., Marie Hamilton, L.C.S.W., M.P.H., Brandy Ruckdeschel, M.Ed., L.P.C., Walter Norris, M.A., Anna Frost Markowitz, M.P.H., Matthew Ferrara, B.A., Dulal Bhaumik, Ph.D. […]

23 Feb 19
What's on Netflix

Everyone knows of Bonnie & Clyde but what about the men that hunted the infamous duo down? The untold true story is being told by one of the latest Netflix Original films called The Highwaymen. Here’s everything you need to know about The Highwaymen, we have the plot, cast, trailer, and release date and the […]

23 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
SEAN CLARE helped St Mirren take another small step towards survival as the Buddies held Hearts. The midfielder headed the ball into his own net past Zdenek Zlamal to cancel out Clevid Dikamona’s opener. It was a tight affair at Tynecastle But it was no more than Oran Kearney’s side deserved as they chalked up another impressive away display. This Tynecastle stalemate came just seven days after they managed to stall Aberdeen at Pittodrie. And if they can recapture this form at home both Dundee and Hamilton will be looking over their shoulder. Peter Haring was back in the Hearts midfield after a seven-week absence following hernia surgery. Greg Tansey celebrates the equaliser Colin Doyle paid the price for his howler at Motherwell with Zlamal returning in goal for the Jambos. Buddies boss Kearney recalled Ethan Erhahon and Greg Tansey with Anton Ferdinand and Brad Lyons out. His side arrived at Tynecastle full of confidence after last weekend’s 2-2 draw at Aberdeen. The Verdict HEARTS: Zdenek Zlamal 6, Clevid Dikamona 7, John Souttar 6, Christophe Berra 6, Jake Mulraney 6, Peter Haring 5, Olly Lee 5, Arnaud Djoum 6, Sean Clare 6, Steven Naismith 6, Uche Ikpeazu 5. Subs: Steven MacLean (Lee 69) 2, Olly Bozanic (Haring 69) 2, Calumn Morrison (Dikamona 77) 2. ST MIRREN: Vaclav Hladky 7, Paul McGinn 7, Jack Baird 6, Mihai Popescu 8, Mateo Muzek 7, Ethan Erharon 6, Greg Tansey 6, Kyle McAllster 8, Ryan Flynn 6, Cammy McPherson 7, Duckens Nazon 7. Subs: Simeon Jackson (Nazon 60) 3, Anders Dreyer (McAllister 79) 2, MAN OF THE MATCH KYLE McALLISTER was the standout performer on a day when the majority of the best players on the field were wearing black and white. The on-loan Derby constantly troubled Christophe Berra and Clevid Dikamona with his clever runs in behind and was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet. McAllister was backed up by fine performances from Mihai Popescu, Duckens Nazon and Cammy McPherson on a day when the men in maroon failed to fire. McAllister was the stand out man MAN IN THE MIDDLE DON ROBERTSON got his big decision wrong when he awarded Saints a free kick instead of a penalty for Dikamona’s first half challenge on Nazon. The whistler deemed the defender’s challenge to have taken place a yard outside of the box when in fact it was on the line and therefore worthy of a spot kick. The whistler also got a little too card happy at the start of the second half. MEN IN THE DUGOUT ORAN KEARNEY’S side might still be adrift at the foot of the table – but the Buddies boss will surely have been encouraged by another really good display on the road from his battling players, who, on the basis of this display, have what it takes to get out of trouble. Craig Levein, on the other hand, will be alarmed at another below-par performance from his side at their Gorgie home. And they should have gone ahead in Gorgie with barely a minute on the clock. The men in maroon were slow to close down when Kyle McAllister teed up Tansey on the edge of the box. But the midfielder’s shot flew past Zlamal’s right post as the keeper struggled to get across. Hearts responded immediately with Jake Mulraney finding Steven Naismith ten yards from goal. The Scotland international got a shot in but Vaclav Hladky was quick off his line to block the effort. Hearts celebrate the opener Paul McGinn sliced a shot across goal in the 10th minute after McAllister’s corner dropped at his feet. But Saints kept coming forward with Duckens Nazon the next to try his luck with a curling shot from distance. Erhahon then got down the left and flashed a low ball across Zlamal’s goal in the 22nd minute. And McAllister was close to getting on the end of another cross seconds later. Uche Ikpeazu headed well wide at the other end as the Jambos tried to get something going. But an attempted pass by Zlamal to Mulraney that went straight out for a throw in summed up their half. Saints should have had a penalty in the 25th minute when Dikamona sent Nazon tumbling over. But despite the foul happening on the line ref Don Robertson awarded a free kick a yard outside the box. And then Nazon completely fluffed another opportunity after McGinn had got in behind Mulraney. Hearts, though, then passed up THREE chances to go ahead with 34 minutes on the clock. Dikamona’s overhead kick was pushed away by Hladky with Berra firing the rebound against the Czech. What they said ORAN KEARNEY insists performances are just as important as points right now as St Mirren battle for survival. The battling Buddies picked up a second point on the road in as many weeks after holding Hearts at Tynecastle. The draw came a week after the Premiership’s bottom side shared the points with Aberdeen at Pittodrie. And although they could have won both games Kearney is thrilled with the progress he is seeing. He said: “If we’d had one defeat and one win we’d be a point better off! “But I think for the group at this point in time the two performances were as important as the two points. “We’re very happy we have managed to carry last week’s performance through to this week. “And maybe just a little bit of finishing in the first half stopped us from being in a position to grab the win. “You could be greedy but I’m not going to shy away from the fact Aberdeen and Hearts had chances. “Yes it would’ve been nice to grab three in one of the two games. Saints boss Kearney “But it’s a new group so stringing two solid performances together in two weeks is as good maybe as those extra points we didn’t get because you hope it’s a real catalyst and brings the group tighter together. “I’m confident that we will do it. It’s been a crazy season, madness in relation to some of the senior lads who’ve been here a while seeing the last three windows of carnage in relation to players in and players out. “I see this group improving week in, week out in terms of the quality they bring and to how they’ve raised the standard. “It’s so important we build on that and keep moving in the right direction.” Gutted boss Craig Levein had hoped the return of several injured stars would see Hearts kick on. But right now he admits the Jambos are a far cry from the side that topped the league earlier in the season. He said: “It’s like people are thinking: ‘That’s them back, we should be winning’ but without actually doing anything. “Everybody has to pull their weight. “The injured players coming back can be the main players for us but it requires everybody to do what they need to do. “If you come into a game thinking: ‘We’ve got Peter Haring or Uche Ikpeazu back, we should win’, it’s not as simple as that. “St Mirren did what they came to do so all credit to them. “But when a team does defend a little bit deeper and they have a lot of ball in front of them, the ball needs to move quickly and we didn’t do that today.” Hearts boss Craig Levein Olly Lee then drilled the ball back across goal with the keeper doing well to turn Haring’s header aside. Ikpeazu was shown the game’s first yellow card after he caught Mateo Muzek midway inside the Buddies’ half. And McAllister raced past Berra and Dikamona but again failed to hit the target just before the break. Tansey saw yellow in injury time after he caught Dikamona with a high challenge. Djoum followed suit two minutes after the restart after he caught Ryan Flynn inside the centre circle. And MacPherson was the next to be cautioned for a blatant trip on Mulraney on the touchline. Djoum did well to deny McAllister in the 56th minute after a quick Buddies break. BEEB BLAST Rangers PR chief Jim Traynor slams BBC Scotland over news interview But it was Hearts who moved ahead a minute later after Sean Clare forced a corner down the Jambos right. Lee’s outswinging ball picked out Dikamona unmarked on the penalty spot. And he powered a header high into the top left hand corner for his first goal for the Tynecastle club. Flynn was booked for a foul on Djoum and Naismith for taking down Flynn as the cards continued. Tansey had a shot beaten away by Zlamal before Simeon Jackson replaced Nazon on the hour. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] And the sub played his part in helping his side deservedly pull level in the 67th minute. Jackson forced a corner down the right which McAllister whipped into the Jambos box. And as he attempted to clear Clare instead nodded the ball past his own keeper from six yards out. Zlamal then stopped Dikamona from scoring another own goal from McGinn’s cross a minute later. So Levein took off Haring and Lee for Steven MacLean and Olly Bozanic in a bid to stop the rot. And then he swapped defender Dikamona for winger Calumn Morrison as he searched for a spark. But Naismith failed to get on the end of Ikpeazu’s late header as the Buddies held on for a point. Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary [bc_video video_id=”5802627544001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jambo best man sabotages Hibs mate’s wedding with Hearts 5-1 themed video message”]
23 Feb 19
The Amsterdam, NY Blog

Here are the answers to my three-question sneak-preview of the new “Amsterdam’s Congressmen” trivia quiz. Fifty five men have represented Amsterdam, NY in the US House of Representatives since it started meeting in 1789 and I’ve learned something interesting about each and every one of them. If you’d like to receive the complete 20-question quiz […]

23 Feb 19
Think Global Green

Climate change science pioneer Wallace Smith Broecker dies. US professor raised early alarms about climate change and popularised term ‘global warming’. With a 1975 article, Broecker correctly predicted that rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere would lead to pronounced warming. He was also an advocate for political action to deal with the problem. In 1984, […]

23 Feb 19

SEVENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (C) First Reading: 1 Samuel 26: 2, 7-9, 12-13, 22-23, Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 15: 45-49,  Gospel: Luke 6: 27-38 Today’s Theme: The Love of Our Father God’s love is so overwhelming, he knows us totally, however hateful, sinful and unworthy we are. There is no way to express this love […]