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22 Jan 19
ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย2

ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย : ขอบคุณแหล่งข้อมูล : หนังสือพิมพ์ The Nation http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/tasty/30362648 American cuisine with a Thai and Japanese twist tasty January 21, 2019 16:05 By The Nation Sri Panwa, the luxury resort in Phuket that’s famous for its stunning panoramic ocean-view pool villas, rooftop bar and its local and international culinary experiences, is bringing chef Noah Sandoval from […]

22 Jan 19
christinesbookcorner

Title: STOLEN (Stolen #1) Author: Marlena Frank Pub. Date: January 22, 2019 Publisher: The Parliament House Formats: Paperback, eBook Pages: 342 Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, B&N, iBooks, Kobo It’s difficult taking care of a delusional father by yourself. Sixteen-year-old Shaleigh Mallet would rather explore and photograph dilapidated buildings than cater to her father’s dark episodes. But when she’s kidnapped by a creature who carries her atop a […]

22 Jan 19
Angry White Men

On the January 17, 2019 episode of Goy Talk, Neo-Nazi shock jock Christopher Cantwell said that he used to dismiss Holocaust deniers until after the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville.

22 Jan 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Finding the best clothes on Amazon can be challenging, and with the amount of inventory the site stocks, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the options at your Prime fingertips. Lucky for you, we always have our eye on the Amazon items that are trending and the hidden fashion pieces you can score on the […]

22 Jan 19
Rekaya Gibson

I made my voice acting debut as “Patty Cake” on Story Spectacular, a children’s story podcast with Author/Illustrator Angela Ferrari.

22 Jan 19
ANZA

4 nights’ stay for 2 adults including breakfast residing in a SIS Over The Garden room PRIZE VALUE $2,700 Overlooking Kata beach, ‘The Sis’ is due to open in early 2017.  The slogan ‘Stay In Style’ derived from ‘SIS’ will be main tone of the resort, with traditional Thai hospitality with an international twist. The flagship […]

22 Jan 19
Cruising With Epiphany

“………there is a genuine fascination of the city of La Paz. Everyone in the area knows the greatness of La Paz. You can get anything in the world there, they say. It is a huge place – not of course, as monstrous as Guaymas or Mazatlan, but beautiful out of all comparison. The Indians paddle […]

22 Jan 19
SDM MAGAZINE

The soul singer Gladys Knight, who will be singing the national anthem at this year’s Super Bowl in Atlanta, seemed to criticize Colin Kaepernick in a statement published by Variety on Friday. Kaepernick is the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback whose refusal to stand during “The Star-Spangled Banner” — and decision to kneel instead — […]

22 Jan 19
Urban Projectization

posted by Jason Kottke   Jan 09, 2019 In 1981, a Berkeley urban design professor named Donald Appleyard published a book called Livable Streets (now out of print). In it, he described the results of research he’d done in the late 1960s about the effects of car traffic on the people who live in cities. For the study, he […]

22 Jan 19
GoldDerby
At the end of the “Celebrity Big Brother” Season 2 premiere, Julie Chen Moonves revealed the first big twist of the year: One of the winners of the “Drinks on Us” competition — Olympic medalist in swimming Ryan Lochte or actor/TV host Jonathan Bennett — will become the first Head of Household, while the other will become a nominee for eviction. Needless to say, Ryan and Jonathan were not happy. “Wow,” stated Ryan. “What?!” shouted Jonathan. Are you as shocked as Team Pink? Or, after so many years watching “Big Brother,” have you learned to expect the unexpected? [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/celebrity-big-brother-season-2-premiere-recap-the-mooch-updating-live-blog/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]‘Celebrity Big Brother’ season 2 premiere recap: The Mooch, the momager and the medalist, oh my! [UPDATING LIVE BLOG][/pmc-related-link] Ryan still seemed to be in a state of shock later on in the Diary Room when he asked, “Julie, why’d you have to do that? Why?” He continued on, “I’m made for competition. That has been my entire career. So Jonathan, I’m sorry, but this is gonna be a tough one for you, buddy.” “This is crazy!” Jonathan later declared privately. “I could be on the block. I don’t know how I’m gonna beat the 12-time Olympic medal champion, Ryan Lochte, but I have several participation trophies. So watch out Lochte, Mr. Congeniality is coming for you!” [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/celebrity-big-brother-2-live-feeds-premiere-date-tuesday/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]Here’s when the ‘Celebrity Big Brother 2’ live feeds will begin for real[/pmc-related-link] “Things just got real for the celebrities as the game has kicked into full gear,” teased longtime host Julie. Either Ryan or Jonathan will be named the Head of Household on Tuesday’s episode of “Celebrity Big Brother” after they battle against each other. The loser will then become the first nominee, but he’ll soon be joined by a second nominee of the HOH’s choosing. (All cast members are eligible except for Kato Kaelin and Natalie Eva Marie, who are immune this first week.) But just because you’re nominated for eviction doesn’t mean you’re necessarily going home. On Wednesday’s episode the first Power of Veto is up for grabs. The winner of the coveted Veto can use it to save one of the nominees from the eviction block. If that happens, the HOH will have to nominate a new houseguest in their place. Find out who’ll be the first person evicted live from the “BB” house on Friday’s episode. SEE exclusive predictions: Who will win ‘Big Brother’? [predictions-widget id=1202482142] Be sure to make your predictions to influence our reality TV racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next live episode airs on CBS. You’ll compete to win a $100 Amazon gift card and a spot on our leaderboard. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s newsletter with experts’ latest predictions[/pmc-related-link]
22 Jan 19
East Bay Times
MORAGA — James Logan looked finished more than a few times in the second half Monday at the MLK Classic. Pleasant Grove-Utah kept hitting 3-point shots and feeding 7-foot-4 Matt Van Komen — yes, 7-4 — and the lead began to grow. But Logan scored the final seven points of the third quarter after a 14-0 run left the Colts 11 point behind and the fourth quarter was something to remember: Eleven lead changes and four ties before Pleasant Grove pulled out a 75-69 victory at Saint Mary’s College. Brahjon Thompson finished with 29 points and Daniel Hawkins had 25 points to lead Logan, which three days earlier took sole possession of first place in the Mission Valley Athletic League with a victory at Moreau Catholic. Casey Brown (22 points), Tyler Fairbanks (21 points) and  Van Komen (21 points) led Pleasant Grove, which lost to Bishop O’Dowd in this event last season. Logan scored many of its points near the basket event with Van Komen’s lurking. “You prepare and you see on their roster that he’s 7-4,” Harkins said. “But really don’t know what 7-4 is until you go out and play against one. It’s an adjustment period. Normally, I shoot layups that nobody else blocks. But when you’re 7-4 and have a 7-9 wingspan, you’re going to block those. As soon as I got adjusted, it was all right. Pleasant Grove outscored Logan 30-28 in the fourth quarter. “We never stop fighting until the end,” Hawkins said. “That’s what I love about this team. Everybody had us down and out. But until that buzzer sounds, we don’t stop leaving the game. I love these guys.” De La Salle 53, San Joaquin Memorial 47 The host school at the MLK Classic had to deal with the showcase’s brightest star, but De La Salle proved to be the better team, overcoming Jalen Green’s 29 points to win for the 17th time in 19 games this season. Andrew Flannigan had 19 points and Tim Kostolansky finished with 12 for De La Salle, which did what De La Salle normally does. It shared the ball, cut to the basket and rebounded, even against an opponent that had a 7-foot center, Braxton Meah. “We carried out our game plan a decent amount,” DLS coach Justin Argenal said. “We wanted to limit Jaden’s touches. In the first half we struggled a little bit. He had 16 in the first half. What did he end up with?” Twenty-nine. “Gosh, that’s amazing,” Argenal added. “I thought we did better in the second half. But he had 29, so obviously it wasn’t great. In the first half, he definitely got loose.” De La Salle led 27-23 at halftime, stretched the advantage to 41-32 after three quarters and then held on down the stretch. San Joaquin Memorial fell to 13-10. St. Patrick-St. Vincent 53, Campolindo 51 St. Patrick-St. Vincent’s inside-outside combination of Dishon Jackson and Akil Edwards proved to be too much for Campolindo (14-5) The 6-foot-10 Jackson, who is a four-star recruit as a junior by 247sports.com, scored a game-high 18 points and also had a game-high 10 rebounds and three blocks. The 5-10 Edwards added 14 points for the 13-7 Bruins. “I thought we fought hard in the second half. Couldn’t get it done there at the end, didn’t shoot the ball very well,” said Campolindo coach Steven Dyer. St. Patrick-St. Vincent held a 53-47 lead with less than two minutes, 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter. But Campolindo freshman Matt Radell sank two free throws with 2:10 left, and a runner by the Cougars’ Carter Mahaney with 1:19 remaining pulled Campolindo within two points at 53-51. However, neither team scored after that. Mahaney paced Campolindo in scoring with 17 points, including six in the final quarter. teammate David Ahazie added 13 points, all in the first half, and a team-high nine rebounds. Radell also scored in double figures with 11. It was a battle between two teams ranked in the top 20 in this week’s Bay Area News Group poll. Campolindo is ranked 10th, and St. Patrick-St. Vincent is ranked 20th. Campolindo had an early 15-5 lead on a layup by Radell with 2:31 left in the first quarter. But St. Patrick-St. Vincent scored the last seven points of the quarter. Campolindo led 31-23 with 2:15 left in the first half before a 7-0 Bruins run to end the half. The Bruins caught Campolindo when Jackson sank a free-throw jump shot for a 36-34 advantage with 4:35 left in the third quarter. BASKETBALL? WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED It’s high school basketball season, and our team is ready to provide can’t-miss stories through the state championships in March. So you don’t miss the action, we’ve got a deal that will keep you apprised of every dramatic twist and turn along the way. For just 12 cents a day for a year, you can have access to all the digital content at mercurynews.com and eastbaytimes.com. You just need to sign up at one of these two links: Mercury News or East Bay Times. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=bayareapreps” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /]  
22 Jan 19
The Mercury News
MORAGA — James Logan looked finished more than a few times in the second half Monday at the MLK Classic. Pleasant Grove-Utah kept hitting 3-point shots and feeding 7-foot-4 Matt Van Komen — yes, 7-4 — and the lead began to grow. But Logan scored the final seven points of the third quarter after a 14-0 run left the Colts 11 point behind and the fourth quarter was something to remember: Eleven lead changes and four ties before Pleasant Grove pulled out a 75-69 victory at Saint Mary’s College. Brahjon Thompson finished with 29 points and Daniel Hawkins had 25 points to lead Logan, which three days earlier took sole possession of first place in the Mission Valley Athletic League with a victory at Moreau Catholic. Casey Brown (22 points), Tyler Fairbanks (21 points) and  Van Komen (21 points) led Pleasant Grove, which lost to Bishop O’Dowd in this event last season. Logan scored many of its points near the basket event with Van Komen’s lurking. “You prepare and you see on their roster that he’s 7-4,” Harkins said. “But really don’t know what 7-4 is until you go out and play against one. It’s an adjustment period. Normally, I shoot layups that nobody else blocks. But when you’re 7-4 and have a 7-9 wingspan, you’re going to block those. As soon as I got adjusted, it was all right. Pleasant Grove outscored Logan 30-28 in the fourth quarter. “We never stop fighting until the end,” Hawkins said. “That’s what I love about this team. Everybody had us down and out. But until that buzzer sounds, we don’t stop leaving the game. I love these guys.” De La Salle 53, San Joaquin Memorial 47 The host school at the MLK Classic had to deal with the showcase’s brightest star, but De La Salle proved to be the better team, overcoming Jalen Green’s 29 points to win for the 17th time in 19 games this season. Andrew Flannigan had 19 points and Tim Kostolansky finished with 12 for De La Salle, which did what De La Salle normally does. It shared the ball, cut to the basket and rebounded, even against an opponent that had a 7-foot center, Braxton Meah. “We carried out our game plan a decent amount,” DLS coach Justin Argenal said. “We wanted to limit Jaden’s touches. In the first half we struggled a little bit. He had 16 in the first half. What did he end up with?” Twenty-nine. “Gosh, that’s amazing,” Argenal added. “I thought we did better in the second half. But he had 29, so obviously it wasn’t great. In the first half, he definitely got loose.” De La Salle led 27-23 at halftime, stretched the advantage to 41-32 after three quarters and then held on down the stretch. San Joaquin Memorial fell to 13-10. St. Patrick-St. Vincent 53, Campolindo 51 St. Patrick-St. Vincent’s inside-outside combination of Dishon Jackson and Akil Edwards proved to be too much for Campolindo (14-5) The 6-foot-10 Jackson, who is a four-star recruit as a junior by 247sports.com, scored a game-high 18 points and also had a game-high 10 rebounds and three blocks. The 5-10 Edwards added 14 points for the 13-7 Bruins. “I thought we fought hard in the second half. Couldn’t get it done there at the end, didn’t shoot the ball very well,” said Campolindo coach Steven Dyer. St. Patrick-St. Vincent held a 53-47 lead with less than two minutes, 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter. But Campolindo freshman Matt Radell sank two free throws with 2:10 left, and a runner by the Cougars’ Carter Mahaney with 1:19 remaining pulled Campolindo within two points at 53-51. However, neither team scored after that. Mahaney paced Campolindo in scoring with 17 points, including six in the final quarter. teammate David Ahazie added 13 points, all in the first half, and a team-high nine rebounds. Radell also scored in double figures with 11. It was a battle between two teams ranked in the top 20 in this week’s Bay Area News Group poll. Campolindo is ranked 10th, and St. Patrick-St. Vincent is ranked 20th. Campolindo had an early 15-5 lead on a layup by Radell with 2:31 left in the first quarter. But St. Patrick-St. Vincent scored the last seven points of the quarter. Campolindo led 31-23 with 2:15 left in the first half before a 7-0 Bruins run to end the half. The Bruins caught Campolindo when Jackson sank a free-throw jump shot for a 36-34 advantage with 4:35 left in the third quarter. BASKETBALL? WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED It’s high school basketball season, and our team is ready to provide can’t-miss stories through the state championships in March. So you don’t miss the action, we’ve got a deal that will keep you apprised of every dramatic twist and turn along the way. For just 12 cents a day for a year, you can have access to all the digital content at mercurynews.com and eastbaytimes.com. You just need to sign up at one of these two links: Mercury News or East Bay Times. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=bayareapreps” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /]  
22 Jan 19
Jitendra Blogs

Golden Temple | Image Resource : ytimg.com A historical city Amritsar, situated in the northwest part of the state of Punjab, India, was previously known as Ramdaspur. The city has been the witness of many historical events and is a part of one of the heritage cities in India. The main attraction of the city […]

22 Jan 19
Moma's Personal Blog

I finished watching the Netflix show You the other day and it truly surprised me. Here’s a quick synopsis of You: A bookseller meets an up-and-coming writer one day and becomes obsessed with her, and crosses every line that he can in order to be with her. It’s a psychological thriller told through the perspective […]