The Rolling Stones have yet to reveal whether or not they will release their next studio album of new original material in 2019. In the meantime, the famous British rock band will provide their legion of fans with a new “Best Of” compilation album next month, HONK, which is scheduled to arrive on April 19th via Interscope.Related: The Rolling Stones Add Canadian Show To Extensive 2019 ‘No Filter’ Stadium TourAnnounced on Thursday, the forthcoming release will include a mix of the band’s biggest hits and classic cuts from every one of their studio albums beginning with 1971’s Sticky Fingers to 2016’s Grammy-winning Blue & Lonesome. The compilation will include a total of 36 fan favorites and rarities from the Stones’ catalog. There will also be a deluxe/bonus version of the album featuring 10 live tracks of the band’s performances alongside Dave Grohl, Florence Welch, Brad Paisley, and Ed Sheeran.Fans will have the option to purchase the standard one CD or two LP versions, or the deluxe editions which come in either three CD or four (colored) LP packages, with the latter limited to only 2,500 copies in the U.S. Fans can scroll down to see the tracklisting for both the standard and deluxe versions for the forthcoming release.The album’s April 19th release will come just in time for the start of the band’s upcoming return to North America for their previously announced No Filter Tour, which begins on April 20th in Miami Gardens, FL. In addition to preparing for their upcoming tour, which includes a stop at the 50th New Orleans Jazz Festival, the band continues to work away on writing new material in the studio with producer Don Was. The Stones have yet to make any formal announcement or even tease just the slightest bit of new music, but the announcement of their upcoming compilation with new live recordings should keep fans happy until then.Fans can head here to pre-order HONK ahead of its April 19th release.HONK TracklistingStandard Edition (2 LP):1. “Start Me Up”2. “Brown Sugar”3. “Miss You”4. “Tumbling Dice”5. “Just Your Fool”6. “Fool To Cry”7. “Angie”8. “Beast of Burden”9. “Its Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)”10. “Doom And Gloom”Deluxe Edition (3 CD):CD 11. “Start Me Up”2. “Brown Sugar”3. “Rocks Off”4. “Miss You”5. “Tumbling Dice”6. “Just Your Fool”7. “Wild Horses”8. “Fool To Cry”9. “Angie”10. “Beast of Burden”11. “Hot Stuff”12. “Its Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)”13. “Rock And A Hard Place”14. “Doom And Gloom”15. “Love Is Strong”16. “Mixed Emotions”17. “Don’t Stop”18. “Ride ‘Em on Down”CD 21. “Bitch”2. “Harlem Shuffle”3. “Hate to See You Go”4. “Rough Justice”5. “Happy”6. “Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)”7. “One More Shot”8. “Respectable”9. “You Got Me Rocking”10. “Rain Fall Down”11. “Dancing With Mr. D”12. “Undercover (of the Night)”13. “Emotional Rescue”14. “Waiting On A Friend”15. “Saint Of Me”16. “Out of Control”17. “Streets of Love”18. “Out Of Tears”CD 31. “Get Off My Cloud” (Live at Principality Stadium 06/15/18), Unreleased2. “Dancing With Mr. D” (Live at Gelredome, Arnhem 10.15.17), Unreleased3. “Beast of Burden” (Live at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas 06.27.15) [feat Ed Sheeran], Unreleased4. “She’s A Rainbow” (Live at U Arena, Paris 10.25.17), Unreleased5. “Wild Horses” (Live at London Stadium 05/22/18) [feat Florence Welch], Unreleased6. “Let’s Spend The Night Together” (Live at Manchester Evening News Arena 05.06.18), Unreleased7. “Dead Flowers” (Live at Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia 06.18.13), Unreleased8. “Shine A Light” (Live at ArenA, Amsterdam 09.30.17), Unreleased9. “Under My Thumb” (Live at London Stadium 05.22.18), Unreleased10. “Bitch” (Live at The Honda Center, Anaheim 05.18.13) [feat Dave Grohl], UnreleasedDeluxe Edition 4 LP (Colored):LP 11. “Start Me Up”2. “Brown Sugar”3. “Rocks Off”4. “Miss You”5. “Tumbling Dice”6. “Just Your Fool”7. Wild Horses – Sticky Fingers, 19718. Fool To Cry – Black and Blue, 19769. Angie – Goats Head Soup, 197310. Beast of Burden – Some Girls, 197811. Hot Stuff – Black and Blue, 197612. Its Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It) – It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll, 1974LP 21. “Rock And A Hard Place”2. “Doom And Gloom”3. “Love Is Strong”4. “Mixed Emotions”5. “Don’t Stop”6. “Ride ‘Em on Down”7. “Bitch”8. “Harlem Shuffle”9. “Hate to See You Go”10. “Rough Justice”11. “Happy”12. “Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)”13. “One More Shot”LP 31. “Respectable”2. “You Got Me Rocking”3. “Rain Fall Down”4. “Dancing With Mr. D”5. “Undercover (of the Night)”6. “Emotional Rescue”7. “Waiting On A Friend”8. “Saint Of Me”9. “Out of Control”10. “Streets of Love”11. “Out Of Tears”LP 41. “Get Off My Cloud” (Live at Principality Stadium 06/15/18), Unreleased2. “Dancing With Mr. D” (Live at Gelredome, Arnhem 10.15.17), Unreleased3. “Beast of Burden” (Live at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas 06.27.15) [feat Ed Sheeran], Unreleased4. “She’s A Rainbow” (Live at U Arena, Paris 10.25.17), Unreleased5. “Wild Horses” (Live at London Stadium 05/22/18) [feat Florence Welch], Unreleased6. “Let’s Spend The Night Together” (Live at Manchester Evening News Arena 05.06.18), Unreleased7. “Dead Flowers” (Live at Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia 06.18.13) [feat Brad Paisley], Unreleased8. “Shine A Light” (Live at ArenA, Amsterdam 09.30.17), Unreleased9. “Under My Thumb” (Live at London Stadium 05.22.18), Unreleased10. “Bitch” (Live at The Honda Center, Anaheim 05.18.13) [feat Dave Grohl], UnreleasedView Full Album Tracklisting Options
More than 100 Holy Cross priests gathered in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on Saturday to witness Notre Dame alumnus Matt Kuczora profess his final vows and become an ordained member of the priesthood. Kuczora said the ordination Mass revolves around three important actions: the laying of hands, the handing over of the Eucharist and the anointing of chrism. “[The bishop] lays his hands on my head, an ancient and biblical symbol of handing on authority and blessing,” Kuczora said. “After the offertory, he hands the chalice and paten on to me too as a symbol of my ministry at the Eucharist. Those actions, along with the anointing of my hands with chrism oil, really mark the ordination of a priest.” Kuczora presided over his first Mass on Sunday. Despite his nerves, Kuczora said it was a “wonderful” and “freeing” experience. “Before it started, I just said a quick prayer and said, ‘God, this is your prayer. This is your Mass, not mine,’” he said. “I let go, and let God take over from there.” Kuczora said he was attracted to the priesthood because he wanted to serve others. “I worked for a year after graduation from Notre Dame, and I found myself volunteering and teaching and coaching sports teams,” he said. “The more and more I thought about it, I wanted to make a life out of that kind of service and of helping people.” According to a press release from the Congregation of Holy Cross, Kuczora has spent the past year putting his desire to serve others into practice as a deacon at Nuestra Madre Santisima de la Luz Parish in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. “Our parish there has over 40,000 parishioners,” Kuczora said. “There’s a lot of sacramental need.” Kuczora said he performed a variety of sacramental duties while in Mexico. “I did communion services in the absence of a priest. I brought communion to the sick and homebound,” he said. “I did weddings, many funerals and many baptisms. Sacramentally, I was very busy.” He said he also assisted with the parish’s education program. “I also helped to run the catechesis program for 900 children,” Kuczora said. “There was a lot of teaching with that and organizing that, and providing ongoing education for our Sunday school teachers as well.” Kuczora said he plans to return to the same parish in Mexico for the next few years with the goal of “making God present to the people there.” “There’s a lot of violence, especially related to drug trafficking right now in Mexico,” Kuczora said. “[It’s about] making God known to the people there, and letting them know God is with them in their suffering, and God cares about them and loves them. Despite all the violence in their lives, God is still there with them and is offering them healing in this life and in the life to come.” In anticipation of his life as a priest, Kuczora said he is most excited to share in people’s spiritual lives. “[I look forward to] serving people, helping them have experiences of God … and walking with people in their journeys, which are so different,” he said. “People have struggles, but also a lot of joys. [I look forward to] just being with them, helping them to see God and realize God is with them and loves them.”
MIAMI – U.S. and Colombian Navy vessels intercepted a speedboat carrying nearly 2,200 kilograms (4,850 pounds) of cocaine in the western Caribbean Sea as part of Operation Martillo on May 6. The cocaine had a street value in excess of US$59 million. Partner nations are participating in Operation Martillo, a joint effort of Western Hemisphere and European nations to curtail illicit trafficking routes on both coasts of the Central American isthmus. A U.S. Customs and Border Protection P-3 Orion aircraft initially detected the speedboat, “El Kike,” and then turned over the tracking to a helicopter from guided missile frigate USS Nicholas. The chopper, from Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 42 Detachment 9, tracked the go-fast vessel until the ship was in position to make a coordinated approach with the helicopter. The vessel then stopped, jettisoned about half of its cargo, then turned and headed toward Colombia at top speed. By Dialogo May 09, 2012 The USS Nicholas adjusted its course while contacting nearby forces – USS McClusky and the Colombian Navy ship ARC 20 de Julio – for assistance. A helicopter from HSL 49 Detachment 8 attached to McClusky maintained surveillance of the go-fast boat and diverted it into Colombian territorial waters where it was intercepted by the Colombian Navy. “With the help of some friends, we accomplished what we set out to do – disrupt the drug trade,” said Cmdr. Stephen Fuller, commanding officer of Nicholas. “Interdictions are challenging, but with the help of McClusky, Customs, and the Colombian Navy, we executed a successful operation.” Belize, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, Guatemala, Honduras, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States are participating in Operation Martillo, which started in the middle of January 2012.
Real Madrid’s Bale, 30, who has won four Champions League titles since joining the Spanish giants in 2013, made the announcement in a Twitter post by the Cardiff and Vale Health Board.“I just wanted to make this video to thank everybody in the NHS for their hard work and sacrifice during this COVID-19 crisis,” he said“The University Hospital of Wales holds a special place in my heart, it’s where I was born and it’s provided great support to my friends, my family and the wider community.“Me and my family we’d like to show our support. Keep up the good work, you’re doing an amazing job and thank you very much,” he added.As of Wednesday 624 people had died from the illness in Wales with more than 8,000 cases recorded.Gareth Bale has scored 105 goals in 249 Real Madrid appearancesRead Also: Ligue 1 club place €50m price-tag on Eagles forwardSpain’s La Liga has been suspended since March 12 due to the outbreak but football authorities in the country have agreed on a return to protocol for professional players.League president Javier Tebas last week said play could restart as early as next month, although a fortnight extension of the nationwide lockdown until May 9 announced on Saturday appears to have scuppered those plans.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Wales attacker Gareth Bale said on Wednesday that he had donated £500,000 ($615,000) to the hospital where he was born to help in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.Advertisement Promoted Content6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?7 Mesmerizing Facts About HypnosisSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ CareersYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth
Over 100 of the country’s finest golfers will head for Royal Birkdale Golf Club in Lancashire to contest the 2012 English women’s amateur championship, from May 15-17. The course – the setting for memorable editions of The Open and the Women’s British Open – will stage a new-look event. This year, for the first time, the championship will have a 72-hole stroke play format. The local challenge will be led by Kelly Tidy (picture © Leaderboard Photography), a Royal Birkdale member who, as 2010 British champion, also played in the Women’s British Open on the course. Kelly, who will represent GB&I in the Curtis Cup in June, is used to the mixture of local pressure and support. “People do expect you to do well at home and there is that added pressure,” she said. “But you feel comfortable at home and the members here are very supportive.” Kelly is one of a number of high-profile players in a top-quality field. Among the other competitors are Lauren Taylor (Woburn) who is the British champion and BBC Young Sports personality of the Year, Holly Clyburn (Woodhall Spa) also a member of the 2012 Curtis Cup team, and Georgia Hall (Remedy Oak), one of the team reserves. There’s a host of champions taking part, including past titleholders Hannah Barwood of Gloucestershire, Emma Brown of Yorkshire and Kerry Smith of Hampshire, alongside reigning English mid-amateur champion Claire Smith, also of Yorkshire. Younger players are represented by English U13 champion Sammy Fuller of Surrey and U15 titleholder Gabriella Cowley of Essex, while Christine Watson of Buckinghamshire is a past English senior champion. Lancashire is providing a total of 19 players, among them girl internationals Emily Taylor and Brogan Townend (both Royal Lytham & St Annes) and Nikki Foster (Pleasington), who has also represented England. Neighbouring Cheshire provides another seven players including Charlotte Wild (Mere), a former English strokeplay champion, and Rachael Goodall (Heswall), who tied fifth in last week’s Helen Holm Scottish Open stroke play. The full field will play 18 holes on each of Tuesday and Wednesday, 15 and 16 May. The field will then be cut to the top 36 players and ties who will play the final 36 holes on Thursday, 17 May. 3 May 2012 Top-class field for English championship at Royal Birkdale
24 Jul 2012 New triumph for Emma Carberry The new English mid-amateur champion, Emma Carberry, has won her second title of the month at the South region women’s championship at Betchworth Park, Surrey. Emma, from Highwoods, Sussex, beat Surrey champion Inci Mehmet (Wentworth) 5/3 in the final. Earlier Emma defeated Kerry Smith (Waterlooville) in the semi-finals, while Inci beat her friend and foursomes partner Annabel Dimmock (Wentworth). The championship was twice disrupted by bad weather – and must have been a case of deja-vu for Emma (pictured), who won her national title at a stop-start mid-amateur championship at Wetherby earlier in the month. At Betchworth Park, the qualifying was interrupted in the afternoon by a prolonged, torrential downpour, accompanied by thunder and lightning. The early starters had posted some great scores: Kerry Smith (Waterlooville) equalled the course record with a 67, Annabel Dimmock shot 68 and Sian Evans (Faversham) 69. But, it was 8pm before the last players could return to the course to complete their rounds. The following day’s matchplay brought a trouble-free morning round for the 16 qualifiers, but the last eight got caught up in more freak weather conditions and some matches had to be completed early on the third day. The England Golf women’s South region includes the counties of Hampshire, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey and Sussex. The championship attracted a full field of 64 players.
NOTES: Winning owner Deron Pearson who campaigns as DP Racing, is from Valencia. MIKE SMITH, PRIZE EXHIBIT, WINNER: “I was able to get her to relax early and she can be on the rank side. Sometimes, going into a race where there’s not much pace, everyone thinks the same thing and it worked out that way today. We took advantage.“I got a clear trip today. I’ve been handcuffed the last few times I’ve been on her, with traffic in front of me and never had a clear path. I got her out in the clear today and it was great.“I think she can go short or long. She’s already shown she can run down the hill and she has such a turn of foot. When she crosses that dirt, I’m sure she explodes. I didn’t get to ride her down the hill, but I think she can go a mile, a mile and a sixteenth as well. As long as you get her covered up and keep her turned off.” TRAINER QUOTES JIM CASSIDY, PRIZE EXHIBIT, WINNER: “We had her in the hill race last week but it came off the grass due to weather. She’s trained so well into this race.“She trained well going into that hill race but then, her work after that didn’t go was tremendous; over the top good. I worried about that a little but she was fine. She’s a tough girl. She can be tricky. We’ve had to do a lot of different things with her and she’s just been happier lately. We’ve been working her from the gate and she seems to like that.“She’s somethin’ else.” DERON PEARSON, OWNER, PRIZE EXHIBIT, WINNER: “She finally got the trip that she needed. Mike rode her perfectly. I think she got the ground that she wanted and it worked out well.“These graded races are always difficult to win. There’s always a tough horse and usually tough to get a good trip. I was a little concerned the pace was too slow, but she’s got the best kick of any of these horses in the race and she showed it today.” JOCKEY QUOTES
What is it like to work as a visual effects editor on an animated or feature film? Discover a real-world perspective from industry pros!Judith Allen was VFX Editor on the recent Aardman animation Pirates! (you may recognize Aardman as creators of the popular Wallace and Grommit series). I watched Pirates! on the plane from SFO to JFK and I thoroughly intend on buying as soon as I can as it was delightfully hilarious in a very British fashion. But I digress…let’s get down to talking about working in visual effects!If you’ve ever wondered what a minute by minute view into a VFX Editors world might look like Judith has kindly written up an extremely detailed account of a typical day on an animated feature film. This will give anyone interested in a career in animation, film editing or visual effects a realistic view of the day-to -day nitty gritty:0930 – The working day begins. My assistant begins negotiations with the floor to make sure that VFX get our 10am time in the viewing theatre for our shot approvals. I update some spreadsheets on the network to reflect the shots which I loaded into the Baselight earlier, with any notes which came through from the floor at the time they were published about take choices (sometimes they film options to decide on at a later date, sometimes two versions are needed for international purposes, action can be split across several plates on greenscreen – there are many possibilities).For a fascinating peek into what it’s like to have a career in visual effects read all of Judith’s Day In The Life of a Visual Effects Editor.How to get started in Visual EffectsAtomic Fiction, the visual effects team behind work on films such as Looper, Flight and Transformers: Dark of the Moon, have kindly written up blog post with a ton of great advice for those seeking to break into the visual effects industry.The advice from Atomic Fiction to those looking to get a job in the VFX industry is in part intensely practical:In this industry, attention to detail makes a world of difference. Get all your applications in order. Print up some snazzy business cards and hand them out to every industry contact you meet. If you have a website or demo reel make sure that everything is polished.And also very grounded in the reality of the current state of the visual effects industry:you may have to settle at some point. Whether it’s a crappy job at an awesome company or a decent job at a company that is less than ideal, you’ll find that some less desirable jobs are a lot easier to land and they will look good on your resume.All in all, it’s a great post with a lot of sound advice from a visual effects team who really do know what they’re talking about. If you really want to make it, persevere until you do!Assistant on a Hollywood FeatureAnthony Snitzer worked for five weeks as a VFX PA on The Avengers and he shares his experiences in an entertaining and detailed online journal. For yet another peek into the real world of working on a blockbuster then check out Anthony’s blog. His account gives great insight into what a visual effects editor does (much of it as not near as glamorous as you might think!).August 1st, first day.paperwork. tour of offices.Got in empty office. Made sure things were set up according to diagram.Vacuumed, cleaned.August 17thslow day in the office, so Peter Sjolander invited me out to the splinter unit that was shooting a crowd of people running out of a building which explodes.watched Peter type in all the data that’s needed by VFX into his iPad. all the camera data, such as lens, f-stop, height, angle, and distance from cam to subject.I got to hold the spheres in front of the 3 cameras after the explosion for reference.Do you work in the Visual Effects industry?Share your experiences and thoughts in the comments!
zoomImage Courtesy: Fluxys Belgium – P. Henderyckx The newly built ice class vessel Coral EnergICE has started regular loading operations with the first loading at the Zeebrugge LNG Terminal.The vessel will be making regular calls for delivering small-scale LNG to Scandinavian ports, according to Belgium-based Fluxys.Designed to operate in the sub-zero temperatures of the Baltic Sea, Coral EnergICE has a loading capacity of 18,000 m³ and is currently assigned to make year-round small-scale LNG deliveries to northern ports in Sweden and Finland.Today approximately 100 ships are using LNG as a fuel in Europe and their number is set to double by 2020 when more stringent sulphur emission standards come into force. The development of new infrastructure is in full swing to support this growth of the small-scale LNG market.The Zeebrugge LNG terminal has been offering LNG trailer loading services since 2010. Small LNG vessels can load at the terminal since 2010 as well and the facility’s recently built second jetty is specially designed for loading also small LNG bunkering vessels.
TORONTO – Licensed marijuana producer Aphria Inc. (TSX:APH) said it is moving to “purify” its balance sheet by reducing its exposure to medical cannabis in the U.S., where pot remains illegal under federal law, as it undergoes a delisting review by the group which operates the Toronto Stock Exchange.Aphria’s chief executive Vic Neufeld said Monday that it continues to be in discussions with TMX Group, Canada’s biggest exchange operator, which recently warned that companies that operate in states where pot is legal are not in compliance with TSX listing requirements.Neufeld said Aphria plans to submit a brief, including documentation and legal opinions, to the TMX group on its stance before the holiday season as the review wraps by the end of the year. However, he said the Leamington, Ont.-based producer is also moving to reduce its U.S. exposure.“We are trying to endeavour as best as possible, as expeditiously as possible, to divest from Aphria any direct involvement in any medical cannabis that we have in the U.S.,” Neufeld said in an interview.In October, the TMX Group issued a notice cracking down on cross-border marijuana companies with business activities in the U.S. While some states have legalized pot to varying degrees and conditions, under U.S. federal law it remains illegal to cultivate, distribute or possess marijuana.In turn, Canadian marijuana companies had largely focused on markets outside of the U.S. or listed on the smaller Canadian Securities Exchange, which is less risk-averse.However, Aphria in April announced the launch of its U.S. expansion strategy through a strategic investment in an entity that was renamed Liberty Health Sciences Inc. Aphria’s first foray into the U.S. market was in 2016 with an investment in a medical marijuana producer in Arizona called Copperstate Farms, LLC.Neufeld said Monday Aphria is looking to shift its direct stake in Copperstate Farms into Liberty Health Sciences, thereby making it an indirect investment and “purify some of the balance sheet.”Aphria began exploring this option three months ago, and made its request and presentation to Copperstate’s board last month, Neufeld said.However, the company’s request remains subject to a six-month hold agreement that the Arizona-based producer has with its shareholders regarding requests involving any capital transaction, added Neufeld. Aphria has also moved to reduce of its shares in Delaware-based cannabis technology platform MassRoots in recent months.“We’re going to try to purify as much as possible,” said Neufeld. “As long as the Aphria shareholders are not damaged in any which way.”Another option, if that doesn’t satisfy the TMX Group’s requirements, is to hive off Aphria’s U.S. interests into a separate entity and list it on the CSE, but Neufeld said that would be the “last step” as it wants to remain on the TSX.