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18 Apr 19
Facial skincare

When it comes to health, mental and physical wellness are top of mind. You go to the gym, eat clean and keep stress in check. But, what do you do for your skin? Read on for top tips for keeping your skin strong and healthy. Drink Water Drinking water may not directly impact your skin’s […]

18 Apr 19
bluewingfrog

Lunch Menu for April 18th, 2019                                                      PHONE 540.622. 6175                        OPEN TODAY 11am-9pm    We’re a little different here… so first grab a menu. Find a table and relax while you decide what you want. Water is self-serve and is found across from the register. Ice is in the wooden chest to […]

18 Apr 19
12th Life

  Well folks, we are officially one week away to the 2901 NFL Draft, and we all know well what that means. We got a new mock draft! Yay! So what do we know about these 2019 Seahawks right now? Well, for one thing, and it’s the biggest and best-est thing, we know that Russell […]

18 Apr 19
Italy Customized Travel Blog

JUST MINUTES AWAY FROM THE ICONIC SITES OF FLORENCE IS THE PERFECT COTTAGE. NESTLED AWAY ON THE SOUTHERN SIDE OF THE ARNO RIVER WITH BREATHTAKING VIEWS OF THE TUSCAN LANDSCAPE THE CATHEDRAL IN FLORENCE ENJOY THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS FLORENCE AND THE TUSCAN COUNTRY SIDE The cottage includes a large living space with full equipped kitchen, Indoor and outdoor dining tables with eight chairs, […]

18 Apr 19
Hustler Money Blog

If you’re looking for some hot deals fresh out of the oven, then you’re in the right place! We’ve searched the internet for the best deals today and have found some great offers. Save on laptops, phones to household appliance with our hot deals that come piping hot out of the oven! We’ll also be […]

18 Apr 19
mucuruzi.com

  JOB AT International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) : Country Logistics Manager : ( Deadline : 25 April 2019 )     International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)   DELEGATION RWANDA   The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), an impartial, neutral and independent humanitarian organization has been permanently present in […]

18 Apr 19
lazyCompiler

Part 1: Generate Network Traffic in Simulation Mode Step 1: Generate traffic to populate Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) tables.  Click MultiServer and click the Desktop tab > Command Prompt.  Enter the ping 192.168.1.255 command. This will take a few seconds as every device on the network responds to MultiServer.  Close the MultiServer window. Step 2: […]

18 Apr 19
FOX2now.com

FOX 2’s “NKOTB Mix Tape Tour 2019” Contest Sweepstakes Official Rules NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN, NOR WILL A PURCHASE IMPROVE ONE’S CHANCES OF WINNING.  Eligibility: Entrants must be legal US residents, female, at least 21 years old or above, as determined by KTVI FOX 2 and reside in the St. Louis, Missouri […]

18 Apr 19

The post The dPS Ultimate Guide to Food Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Darina Kopcok. What was once a weird little niche in photography is now a worldwide phenomenon. Food photography is only growing in popularity if the 32 million posts currently on Instagram are anything to go by. […]

18 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
THIS year’s Fillies’ and Mares’ final is fiercely competitive – as you’d expect when there is £150,000 in prize money. A field of 12 are set to go to post and none of the runners can be confidently ruled out. 1. Castle Hill Cassie – Ben Haslam/Andrew Mullen (15-2) Very useful mare who has been in fine form for Ben Haslam over the last year. Defied top weight to win cosily at Wolves in January and she ought to be in the mix if she can get a good position from her wide draw. She was well-behind Rasima on her only previous start at this track, though. [boxout headline=”Ben Haslam on Castle Hill Cassie”]”She won nicely at Wolverhampton last time and has been an absolute superstar for us. “She is in foal to Zoustar and was covered in the first week in March, which is very exciting. “She may have one more run afterwards, but we will see what happens on Finals Day first.” [/boxout] 2. Clon Coulis – David Barron/Jamie Spencer (9-1) Talented mare who was well on top in a small-field conditions race at Chelmsford last month. She has a tricky draw to deal with here and she has never raced at this course before. But she remains a leading contender on the pick of her form. 3. Crossing The Line – Andrew Balding/David Probert (6-1) Prolific filly who put a rare flop behind her to win a strong heat at Kempton last month. She has winning form at this track and represents a yard in flying form. Plenty to like about her chances here. [boxout headline=”Andrew Balding on Crossing The Line”]”Crossing The Line is in good form and goes to Finals Day with a decent chance. “She is a nice filly and won well at Kempton last time out. “She has winning form at Lingfield, and it is good to support the Finals Day initiative. “We will see how she gets on there, and then the plan would be to look at Listed races on the turf.” [/boxout] 4. Cry Baby – Yann Barberot/Christophe Soumillon (33-1) French raider has been hit or miss during her career. She was clearly on a good day when winning a competitive sprint at Chantilly last month. Has plenty to find on ratings, though. 5. Gorgeous Noora – Archie Watson/Hollie Doyle (15-2) Has a cracking record at this venue, with form figures of 13121. Archie Watson’s five-year-old was far from disgraced in the Cammidge behind some smart sorts at Doncaster last time. Return to this surface will suit and she is another with major claims. 6. Heavenly Holly – Hugo Palmer/Ryan Moore (8-1) Foiled in her hat-trick bid when a close fifth in a Deauville Listed race in December. Returns from a break and remains open to plenty of progress after just four starts. Booking of Ryan Moore bodes well. 7. Island Of Life – William Haggas/James Doyle (7-2) William Haggas’s mare has been in top form during the winter. She was perhaps a shade unlucky to finish second at Listed level last time out. Has plenty in her favour and this has been her long-term aim. [boxout headline=”Fillies’ and Mares’ – past winners”]2014 Living The Life 8-1 2015 Fresles 7-2 2016 Volunteer Point 4-1 2017 Realtra 6-1 2018 Diagnostic 7-2f [/boxout] 8. Pattie – Mick Channon/Joe Fanning (20-1) Some solid place form to her name on the AW this winter. Ran as well as could be expected when eighth in the Spring Cup last time. This is more suitable but she needs to raise her game for the win. 9. Rasima – Roger Varian/David Egan (9-2) Put a number of near misses behind her when winning a Listed race here in November. Off since then but returns to action with her stable in flying form. Solid form claims but drop to 7f a slight concern. 10. Silvery Mist – Fabrice Chappet/Stephane Pasquier (16-1) Another challenger from France and she shaped as though she needed the run last time. Had been in cracking form last year, rattling up a hat-trick at Longchamp, Chantilly and Deauville. Should not be underestimated. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] 11. Toy Theatre – Mick Appleby/Tom Marquand (40-1) Winning run came to an end when fourth at Wolves last month. Had impressed at Kempton and Newcastle prior to that. Level of form is some way below a few of these but she could hit the frame at a big price. 12. Treasure Me – Charlie Fellowes/Stevie Donohoe (50-1) Keeps hitting the woodwork but nothing wrong with her latest second at Wolves. Charlie Fellowes has his team in great shape and she gets a first-time visor today. Needs to headgear to spark some significant improvement, though. [bc_video video_id=”6023374607001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary treats astonished passengers to free drinks after his horse Tiger Roll wins historic second Grand National in a row “]
18 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
THIS year’s Fillies’ and Mares’ final is fiercely competitive – as you’d expect when there is £150,000 in prize money. A field of 12 are set to go to post and none of the runners can be confidently ruled out. 1. Castle Hill Cassie – Ben Haslam/Andrew Mullen (15-2) Very useful mare who has been in fine form for Ben Haslam over the last year. Defied top weight to win cosily at Wolves in January and she ought to be in the mix if she can get a good position from her wide draw. She was well-behind Rasima on her only previous start at this track, though. [boxout headline=”Ben Haslam on Castle Hill Cassie”]”She won nicely at Wolverhampton last time and has been an absolute superstar for us. “She is in foal to Zoustar and was covered in the first week in March, which is very exciting. “She may have one more run afterwards, but we will see what happens on Finals Day first.” [/boxout] 2. Clon Coulis – David Barron/Jamie Spencer (9-1) Talented mare who was well on top in a small-field conditions race at Chelmsford last month. She has a tricky draw to deal with here and she has never raced at this course before. But she remains a leading contender on the pick of her form. 3. Crossing The Line – Andrew Balding/David Probert (6-1) Prolific filly who put a rare flop behind her to win a strong heat at Kempton last month. She has winning form at this track and represents a yard in flying form. Plenty to like about her chances here. [boxout headline=”Andrew Balding on Crossing The Line”]”Crossing The Line is in good form and goes to Finals Day with a decent chance. “She is a nice filly and won well at Kempton last time out. “She has winning form at Lingfield, and it is good to support the Finals Day initiative. “We will see how she gets on there, and then the plan would be to look at Listed races on the turf.” [/boxout] 4. Cry Baby – Yann Barberot/Christophe Soumillon (33-1) French raider has been hit or miss during her career. She was clearly on a good day when winning a competitive sprint at Chantilly last month. Has plenty to find on ratings, though. 5. Gorgeous Noora – Archie Watson/Hollie Doyle (15-2) Has a cracking record at this venue, with form figures of 13121. Archie Watson’s five-year-old was far from disgraced in the Cammidge behind some smart sorts at Doncaster last time. Return to this surface will suit and she is another with major claims. 6. Heavenly Holly – Hugo Palmer/Ryan Moore (8-1) Foiled in her hat-trick bid when a close fifth in a Deauville Listed race in December. Returns from a break and remains open to plenty of progress after just four starts. Booking of Ryan Moore bodes well. 7. Island Of Life – William Haggas/James Doyle (7-2) William Haggas’s mare has been in top form during the winter. She was perhaps a shade unlucky to finish second at Listed level last time out. Has plenty in her favour and this has been her long-term aim. [boxout headline=”Fillies’ and Mares’ – past winners”]2014 Living The Life 8-1 2015 Fresles 7-2 2016 Volunteer Point 4-1 2017 Realtra 6-1 2018 Diagnostic 7-2f [/boxout] 8. Pattie – Mick Channon/Joe Fanning (20-1) Some solid place form to her name on the AW this winter. Ran as well as could be expected when eighth in the Spring Cup last time. This is more suitable but she needs to raise her game for the win. 9. Rasima – Roger Varian/David Egan (9-2) Put a number of near misses behind her when winning a Listed race here in November. Off since then but returns to action with her stable in flying form. Solid form claims but drop to 7f a slight concern. 10. Silvery Mist – Fabrice Chappet/Stephane Pasquier (16-1) Another challenger from France and she shaped as though she needed the run last time. Had been in cracking form last year, rattling up a hat-trick at Longchamp, Chantilly and Deauville. Should not be underestimated. [article-rail-section title=”Latest in Horse Racing” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] 11. Toy Theatre – Mick Appleby/Tom Marquand (40-1) Winning run came to an end when fourth at Wolves last month. Had impressed at Kempton and Newcastle prior to that. Level of form is some way below a few of these but she could hit the frame at a big price. 12. Treasure Me – Charlie Fellowes/Stevie Donohoe (50-1) Keeps hitting the woodwork but nothing wrong with her latest second at Wolves. Charlie Fellowes has his team in great shape and she gets a first-time visor today. Needs to headgear to spark some significant improvement, though. [bc_video video_id=”6023374607001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary treats astonished passengers to free drinks after his horse Tiger Roll wins historic second Grand National in a row “]
18 Apr 19
Accreditation X

Sant’Agata Bolognese, 17/04/2019 – The Lamborghini Museum at Sant’Agata Bolognese has adopted a new look and become MUDETEC, the Museum of Technology. The new interactive space reveals the secrets of Lamborghini and its world through the innovations and tales of excellence that not only revolutionized the company itself, but the entire panorama of the automotive industry, […]

18 Apr 19
Vacazzee

Kota Kinabalu CITY. How was your vacation or trip to Kota Kinabalu? Is it was fun? Are you satisfied enough to visit all around the Kota Kinabalu City and enjoying the culture and also attraction available in this city? Kota Kinabalu is the place for you to have many kinds of things especially the attraction, […]

18 Apr 19
Pale Yellow Van

To cut a long story short: Austin, the gem of Texas’ Hill Country, is nothing short of sublime in springtime. We spent three weeks watching wildflower season unfurl and the city come alive with the return of warm weather and the annual festival, South By Southwest (SXSW). The city emanates an electric buzz, from its […]

18 Apr 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival kicks off at the Empire Polo Club in Indio Friday, April 19, and before we descend into the desert for a second weekend, we have some notable Southern California performers to keep an eye on–whether you’re in the field or watching the live stream. Bazzi Bazzi, or Andrew Bazzi as he was known when he graduated from Santa Monica High School in 2015, was already making popular music on Vine while at that school. But his single, “Mine,” made it to No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2018, thanks in part to its internet-savvy use of a Snapchat filter, and that landed him a 6:05 p.m. Saturday slot on the main stage right before J. Balvin. — Peter Larsen Cola Boyy Oxnard native Cola Boyy brought his his catchy ’70s disco style to Coachella on April 14. He returns April 21, after playing the Chella community concert, when he is once again expected to win over the crowd with irresistible dance tunes like “Penny Girl.” — Richard Guzman Billie Eilish Any other 17-year-old faced with set-delaying technical difficulties on the Outdoor stage on Saturday night might have crumbled under the stress, but Eilish isn’t any other teen. And with a confidence and talent that belies her tender age she had one of the biggest crowds of the weekend, even if some of them drifted away – unwisely – during the half-hour delay. — Peter Larsen The Garden Orange County twins Wyatt and Fletcher Shears dressed for their set in the Sonora Tent last Saturday as if they had come straight from the Renaissance Pleasure Faire. The music was nothing if not experimental —the first two songs blended rap, a random hardcore punk drum break and some synth-pop vibes a la A-ha. I’m still processing this one. — Vanessa Franko The Interrupters If you like sunny ska-inspired punk vibes, this is a set you don’t want to miss. The dynamic band from Los Angeles played a fun set in the sunshine on the Outdoor Theatre stage Saturday, and on weekend 1, the band brought out Rancid’s Tim Armstrong for a rousing rendition of his band’s “Time Bomb.” — Vanessa Franko Ocho Ojos The psychedelic cumbia band from the Coachella Valley first performed at Coachella in 2017 as a late addition to the festival. Now the band is back and playing a pretty sweet time slot in the air-conditioned Sonora Tent. The band also performed at the Chella community concert at the Riverside County Fairgrounds last year. — Richard Guzman Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals perform during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio on Friday, April 12, 2019. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) Anderson.Paak and the Free Nationals Oxnard’s Anderson.Paak has a smooth soulful flow that he mixes with funk, R&B and hip-hop. So his Friday evening set at the Coachella Stage should put you in the right frame of mind for all the art and music you will experience throughout the weekend. Plus, you’ll get your groovy dance moves on, too. — Richard Guzman The Red Pears The El Monte trio play punk rock on the melodic indie side of the line. You’ll have to get to the field early – they went on at 1 p.m. last Saturday in Sonora and only played for 30 minutes – but it’s a nice step up for a group that’s as likely to be found playing a backyard show as a grungy club in downtown L.A. — Peter Larsen Ty Segall & White Fence Laguna Beach native Segall has played in so many different configurations it can be hard to keep up, but it’s his collaboration with White Fence, the stage name of Tim Presley, that landed him on the Outdoor stage during the heat of early Saturday afternoon. Then again, garage rock is supposed to be a sweaty affair. — Peter Larsen Sir The R&B artist from Inglewood played the Gobi tent in the 6 p.m. hour on Saturday, a slot he nabbed on the strength of his debut album, “November,” released after he signed to the Top Dawg Entertainment label. — Peter Larsen [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Jaden Smith Twenty-year-old Jaden Smith, son of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, brother of Willow, arrived on stage in Sahara atop a Tesla that was lowered by chains to the stage. So that happened. Jordyn Woods, the femme fatale foe of the Kardashians if TMZ is your news, was also on stage with him. And there was music too, though it’s hard to top a flying Tesla. — Peter Larsen Steady Holiday The wistful indie pop of Steady Holiday, the L.A. band led by Dre Babinski, was one of my favorite Saturday afternoon sets. She’s an engaging singer-songwriter and veteran of the Southern California music scene, having been part of Dusty Rhodes and the River Band, as well as the duo Miracle Days. So come for the music, stay to enjoy the groovy matching outfits. — Peter Larsen Weezer These guys might have had more people singing along to their songs than any other act on the main stage during the first weekend of Coachella. There are so, so many great songs you know – “Buddy Holly,” “Hash Pipe,” “Say It Ain’t So” – from their own catalog, and then you add three tracks from the cover album: “Everybody Wants To Rule The World,” for which Tears For Fears joined Weezer, “No Scrubs,” which saw Chilli from TLC come out, and “Africa,” and that’s a recipe for a dang good time. — Peter Larsen See photos from Coachella’s first weekend: Coachella 2019: Our 50 best photos from Weekend 1 Coachella 2019: These photos show you what it actually looks like to be at the festival Coachella 2019: Photos of festival fashion and outfits from Weekend 1 Coachella 2019: Photos of the performers and their fans from Friday, Weekend 1 Coachella 2019: Photos of the performers and their fans from Saturday, Weekend 1 Coachella 2019: Photos of the performers and their fans from Sunday, Weekend 1
18 Apr 19
Cinema Enthusiast

Previous Top Ten By Year lists: 1935, 1983, 1965, 1943, 1992, 1978, 1925, 1969 1930 Previous Top Ten By Year: 1949 Posts: Top Ten By Year: 1949 – Poll Results 100 Images from the Films of 1949 What I’ll Remember About the Films of 1949: A Love Letter #10. The Queen of Spades (UK/Dickinson) #9. […]