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Video QA Brandon Holley editorinchief Lucky Magazine

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first_imgLucky Magazine has used both content syndication partnerships and community efforts to drive referral traffic to its fashion and beauty sites. Brandon Holley, editor-in-chief of the brand, described her company’s strategies in both areas at FOLIO & min’s premiere new event held in mid-April, the MediaMashup Summit.She hasn’t abandoned syndication relationships, but says they do take a lot of work. They need constant monitoring and tweaking to provide value. Community efforts, meanwhile, have proven beneficial on several fronts, including targeted advertising.FOLIO: caught up with Holley after her panel to learn more.. To stay updated on the latest FOLIO: news, become a Facebook fan and follow us on Twitter!last_img read more

7 Texas Artists Who Turned Heads At Austin City Limits Festival

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first_img 7 Texas Artists Who Turned Heads At ACL 7-texas-artists-who-turned-heads-austin-city-limits-festival News From hip-hop to western swing, punk rock to pop, get the scoop on which Lone Star State artists are in for a proud homecomingRiley Van StewardGRAMMYs Oct 7, 2018 – 12:36 pm The Austin City Limits Festival brings together a wide variety of artists across many genres, styles and backgrounds for three days of Texas-sized fun every year. But for some performers, the stages of ACL are on home turf, making the heat and energy that come from the crowd that much sweeter. Let’s take a look at seven artists who had a home-field advantage this weeked.Jackie VensonAustin-based singer/songwriter Jackie Venson blew her hometown away by performing songs from her album, Live at Strange Brew. Jackie played monstrous guitar solos between riffing on her band members’ names. She gave many shout-outs to Austin and Texas, but her biggest “Thank you” was to festival organizers C3 for not “forgetting about the locals.” Jackie had vowed to, “Never attend ACL unless I was playing… but I put a five-year limit on it,” she said. She kept her promise and delivered a scorching set for the audience with her first performance at the festival.BrockhamptonBrockhampton took the stage to showcase their No. 1 album Iridescence. Lighting up the stage with enough band members to start two basketball teams, backups and all, it was clear their chemistry as a group has not wavered at all. Hailing from San Marcos, Texas, the band has deep roots in the state. Besides growing up in Texas, band member Merlyn Woods even went to school at The University of Texas at Austin before leaving school to dedicate himself to the boy band.Sailor PoonKnown for their eclectic style, Sailor Poon graced the ACL stage with their brand of hilarious punk rock. And nothing could be more Austin than an anime-inspired local punk band with comedic tendencies. If titles like “Daddy Issues,” “The D***,” and “Fap and Nap” don’t tickle your fancy, then we may need to revoke your Austin citizenship.Asleep At The WheelGRAMMY winners Asleep at the Wheel have been bringing roots country to ACL in style since the very beginning of the festival. Their unique take on traditional music could be heard across Zilker Park as they kicked off things at noon on Friday. Hot off a new album, New Routes, this band is anything but asleep at the wheel. Bandleader Ray Benson commented on playing ACL every year since the festival’s inception, saying, “Obviously it’s changed a bit but it’s still one of the greatest music festivals in the world.” Facebook 7 Texas Artists Who Turned Heads At Austin City Limits Festival NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Oct 6, 2018 – 4:43 pm In Austin With Asleep At The Wheel KhalidGRAMMY nominee Khalid gave shout-outs to his city of El Paso throughout his set. His backdrop was often graced with a cartoonish green road sign that spelled it’s name out. The border town has always been happy to call Khalid one of its own, and he responds in kind. Like the star he’s become, Khalid makes his location known.Molly BurchMolly Burch released her sophomore album, First Flower, on day one of the festival and performed many of its already irresistible songs on the second morning on ACL’s Barton Springs stage. Although not originally from Texas, Molly launched her start in Austin, saying the city has been “A really supportive, comforting place to start out.”  With Burch’s lovely ballads and indy pop, in many ways, the Barton Springs stage was the perfect place to cool off from the higher-energy performers.Travis ScottDallas and Houston may have long-lasting beef, but GRAMMY nominee Travis Scott has come to neutral ground here in Austin. The land of hippies, cowboys, and weirdos is excited to be graced by one of the kings of trap rap. With Astroworld earning him another No. 1 album, Scott headlines the American Express stage both Sundays.Asleep At The Wheel Talk ‘New Routes,’ Willie Nelson & More At ACLRead more Twitter Email last_img read more

OBITUARY John D Poland 72

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first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — John D. Poland, age 72, of Landaff, NH, formerly a long-time resident of Wilmington, MA, passed away peacefully at home on July 14, 2018.John was the beloved husband of Rita M. (Collins) Poland, devoted father of the late John D. “Dug” Poland, Jr., cherished son of the late Leo and Alice (Foote) Poland, dear brother of David Poland & wife Serena of Mesa, AZ, Susan “Sue” Moriarty & husband Ted of Stratham, NH, Marcia Howell of Mooresville, NC and Jacqueline Marchese & husband Stephen of Burlington. Brother-in-law of Fran Coleman of Tewksbury, Dan Collins and Marcia Consilvio & husband Ed all of Arlington, Loretta Thomas & husband Robert of Woburn, Patty Mitchell & husband Bucky of Windham, ME, Michael Collins of Tequesta, FL, Steven Collins of Standish, ME, Elizabeth Murphy & husband Philip of Melbourne Beach, FL and Karen Ashman of Leominster. John is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.Family and friends will gather for a Funeral Service at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, MA on Saturday, July 21st at 11:00 a.m. Interment will follow in Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington, MA.In lieu of flowers donations in John’s memory may be made to Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth (CHaD), 1 Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766 or to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.(NOTE: The above obituary is from Nichols Funeral Home.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: Stephen J. Bowker, 58In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Morris “Moe” Anderson, 68In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: John A. Townsend, 55In “Obituaries”last_img read more

Windows 10 now automatically recovers from bollixed updates

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See it See It See all the best laptops from CES 2019 1:25 Windows 10 now leads marketshare, Apple issues rare warning Operating Systems Laptops Desktops Mentioned Above Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (OEM) Amazon Tags See It CNET may get a commission from retail offers. $169 $179 0 40 Photos $143 Abt Electronics Review • Windows 10 review: Microsoft gets it right See It Microsoft Windows 10 Now playing: Watch this: Share your voice $145 Microsoft Windows 10 Post a comment Best Buy Whether you love or hate Microsoft’s automatic updates for Windows 10, it’s a given you’ll run into a snag at some point. To deal with the inevitable botched installs before you start angry-tweeting, Microsoft’s added an upcoming capability to Windows 10 that will make it automatically uninstall any update that’s preceded a failed startup. At the moment, it’s just entering Windows’ Insider Preview beta cycle.It will also delay reinstalling the updates for 30 days to give Microsoft time to diagnose the issues before trying again. The relevant updates include drivers, hotfixes, changes to system files, service packs and new features. Spotted by site Windows Latest, Microsoft on Monday issued a brief support note to address this new behavior in case you experience it. Why were recently installed updates removed? Windows automatically installs updates to keep your device secure and running at peak efficiency. Occasionally, these updates can fail due to incompatibility or issues in new software. Your device has recently recovered from a startup failure if you have received this notification: “We removed some recently installed updates to recover your device from a startup failure.” If Windows detects this, it will try to resolve the failure by uninstalling recently installed updates. This is only done when all other automatic recovery attempts have been unsuccessful. To ensure that your device can start up and continue running as expected, Windows will also prevent problematic updates from installing automatically for the next 30 days. This will give Microsoft and our partners the opportunity to investigate the failure and fix any issues. After 30 days, Windows will again try to install the updates. Update March 14: changed to reflect that the update isn’t available yet and added link to Windows Latest. read more

Intl rights orgs express concern over threats to Sultana Kamal

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first_imgSultana KamalSeven international and regional civil society organisations have expressed their deep concern over violent threats received by prominent lawyer and human rights activist Sultana Kamal. In a letter calling upon the Bangladesh authorities to conduct “credible investigation into threats of violence and ensure protection of Sultana Kamal”, the organisations stated that she has received threats from the “radical Islamist group Hefazat-e-Islam” after expressing her views on a TV talk show.Signed by the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA), Front Line Defenders, Amnesty International, South Asians for Human Rights, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development, the Association for Progressive Communications and International Service for Human Rights, the letter stated that on 28 May, Sultana Kamal, Hefazat representative Mufti Sakhawat Hossain and others, appeared on a TV talk show to discuss the removal of the lady justice sculpture from the Supreme Court premises. Hefazat-e-Islam had insisted the statue needed to be dismantled on 26 May, arguing that it would lead to idol worship which went against the tenets of Islam.During the talk show, Sultana said that if no religious structure was permitted, then no mosques should be on the premises either. Reacting to this statement, Hefazat demanded her arrest within 24 hours. A Hefazat leader stated ‘we will break every bone in [her] body.’ Sultana received various other threats, including on social media. A person even posted a photo of Sultana Kamal, edited to look like she was being hanged.Dhaka Metropolitan Police said they were taking measures to ensure the safety of Sultana Kamal. The international rights organisations, in the letter, contended that so far the efforts to ensure her safety were limited to monitoring her neighbourhood.“We are concerned by the threats faced by Sultana. Violence has been used numerous times to stifle freedom of expression and the legitimate and peaceful work of human rights defenders in Bangladesh,” the letter said.The signatory organisations of the letter urged the Bangladesh authorities to openly and unequivocally condemn Hefazat’s statements and threats against Sultana Kamal and other Bangladeshi civil society, carry out all necessary measures to guarantee the physical and psychosocial security of Sultana Kamal, her family and fellow human rights defenders, assure she does not face additional gender-based discrimination or violence, and ensure an enabling environment for human rights defenders to carry out their peaceful and legitimate activities without any fear of reprisals, harassment or intimidation from state and non-state actors.last_img read more

22km tailback on DhakaTangail highway

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first_imgThe commuters suffered as traffic was brought to a halt, creating a 22-kilometre tailback on Dhaka-Tangail highway in Mirzapur upazila on Tuesday.The traffic jam was found between Kurni area and Korotia of the upazila.Mirzapur traffic police said separate road crashes caused the traffic jam on the Dhaka-Tangail highway.A road accident took place in Pakulla area of the upazila as a bus collided with a truck on Dhaka-Tangail highway on Tuesday morning. A man was killed and seven other were injured in the accident.At 9:00am on Tuesday, another road crash was reported in the Asimtala area of the upazila, making a halt to the traffic movement on the highway.Mirzapur Traffic sergeant Pranab Kumar Saha told Prothom Alo that a tailback has been formed on Dhaka-Tangail highway in the areas, but the situation is getting better.last_img read more

Two Malaysian women caned for lesbian sex

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first_imgTwo Malaysian women were caned Monday for having lesbian sex in violation of strict Islamic laws, despite an outcry from activists at the “cruel and unjust” punishment.The case has sparked widespread condemnation and focused attention on what rights groups say is a deteriorating climate for the gay community in the Muslim-majority country.Campaigners said it was the first time that women in Malaysia have been caned for violating a sharia regulation which forbids same-sex relations.The country operates a dual-track legal system and Islamic courts can handle religious and family matters for Muslim citizens, as well as cases such as adultery.The women, aged 22 and 32, were arrested in April by Islamic enforcement officers after they were found in a car in a public square in northern Terengganu state, one of the country’s most conservative areas.The pair, whose identities have not been revealed, pleaded guilty last month to breaking Islamic laws and were sentenced to six strokes of the cane each and a fine of 3,300 ringgit ($800).They were caned at the Sharia High Court in Kuala Terengganu, state capital of Terengganu, a court official confirmed to AFP.The women’s conviction sparked a storm of criticism. Before the caning was carried out, Gwen Lee, Amnesty International’s Malaysia head, slammed the punishment as “cruel and unjust”.Malaysia “must end the use of caning and repeal the laws that impose these torturous punishments completely,” she said.Thilaga Sulathireh, from transgender rights group Justice for Sisters, said the caning would “increase the impunity of perpetrators to carry out acts of violence” aimed at gay people.Concerns have been mounting in recent weeks in Malaysia, a multi-ethnic country where some 60 per cent of the population is Muslim, about a deteriorating climate for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.The Islamic affairs minister has spoken out against homosexuals and ordered pictures of LGBT activists to be removed from a public exhibition, while a transgender woman was brutally attacked in the southern state of Negeri Sembilan.Malaysian Muslims have traditionally practised a tolerant brand of Islam but concerns have been growing in recent years that attitudes are becoming more conservative.last_img read more

How Did Houston Land The Manchester Derby On Its FirstEver Trip Outside

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first_imgMichael HagertyGreat sports rivalries – think the Yankees and the Red Sox – can be intense. Now imagine how much more intense it might be if both those two teams were located in the same city.That just begins to capture the intensity of the rivalry between the Manchester City and Manchester United football clubs in England. The two teams face off each year in the Manchester Derby, which has never been played outside the U.K. – until this week.On Thursday (July 20, 2017), Houston’s NRG Stadium will host the match. Carli Lloyd, star of the Houston Dash and US Women’s Olympic team, spent three months in Manchester earlier this year playing with the Manchester City women’s team and got a first-hand glimpse of the rivalry. She told Houston Matters’ Michael Hagerty about the magnitude of the match.Then, we talk with Glenn Davis, a former professional soccer player who calls the broadcasts of Houston Dynamo matches and numerous other national games for Fox and ESPN. He explains the significance of the match and what it means for Houston.Michael HagertyHouston Matters host Craig Cohen poses with Glenn Davis, a former professional soccer player and current broadcaster for the Houston Dynamo, ESPN and Fox. Sharelast_img read more