Tag Archive 上海不正规洗浴推荐

Mike Gordon Digs Further Down At Night 2 In Cambridge

admin no comments

first_imgOn Friday night, Mike Gordon returned to The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA for the second show of his four-night tour-closing run.After getting started with “Destiny Unbound”, Gordon and his band—comprised of guitarist Scott Murawski, keyboardist/organist Robert Walter, drummer John Kimock, and percussionist Craig Myers—moved into “Pendulum”, off of Gordon’s 2017 OGOGO release. The quintet moved forward with a rocking cover of Max Creek‘s “Jones”, which smoothly segued into “Ether”, a dreamy number off of Gordon’s 2014 Overstep release. With Mike laying down some colossal bass bombs, the band dove into the second OGOGO tune of the night, “Marissa”, followed by a full-throttle take on “Normal Phoebe”.  The set-closing “Normal Phoebe” ignited an all out dance party in the shoulder-to-shoulder sold-out Cambridge club.Following a brief setbreak, Mike Gordon and his bandmates returned to open their second set with a rowdy take on “Let’s Go”, as the amped up crowd sung along. Gordon and company moved forward with “Cruel World”, the second Max Creek cover of the evening, with guitar maestro Scott Murawski putting on a show through a series of explosive solos. Kimock and Myers locked into a tight groove on “Up and Down”, followed by an exploratory “555”. Debuted last week at Gordon’s Jersey City show, the quintet dove into an interesting and unique cover of “When Your Mind’s Made Up”, a tune from the 2007 film and 2011 musical, Once. The tour debut of “Check Your Pepper” came next, followed by a set-closing segue of “Steps” into “Dig Further Down”. When the band reemerged for their encore, Murawski stepped up to take the vocal lead on an electric cover of Talking Head‘s “Cities”.Mike Gordon’s solo tour continues tonight, Saturday, March 23rd, at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA. For a full list of Mike Gordon’s upcoming tour dates, head here.Setlist: Mike Gordon | The Sinclair | Cambridge, MA | 3/22/2019Set One: Destiny Unbound, Pendulum, Jones > Ether, Marissa > Normal PhoebeSet Two: Let’s Go, Cruel World, Up And Down, 555 -> When Your Mind’s Made Up, Check Your Pepper, Steps > Dig Further DownEncore: Citieslast_img read more

New sculpture donated to USC’s Tutor Campus Center

admin no comments

first_imgThe Ronald Tutor Campus Center is now home to an additional attraction: an extremely rare, 2,000-year-old ancient Greek sculpture, of which there is only one other known replica in existence currently residing in the Louvre in Paris.Love · The 2,000-year-old Dart Aphrodite is now housed in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center. The only other copy is in the Louvre. – Jennifer Schultz | Daily Trojan The Dart Aphrodite is a product of the ancient Roman practice of making copies of ancient Greek pieces to preserve aging artwork. USC’s Dart Aphrodite will be displayed outside the Admission Center on the second floor of the Campus Center against the recycled glass wall.The sculpture is a slightly larger than life-size head of Aphrodite, the ancient Greek goddess of love. The head is all that remains of the original piece, as the rest of the body has been lost over time.Part of the goddess’ nose has been scraped off, but overall the piece is in surprisingly good condition, said Cindy Robinson, educational program coordinator at the Campus Center.“This piece will be beautiful, convenient and educational,” Robinson said. “We’re going to have an artifact on campus and professors, students and guests alike are going to seek it out and study it.”In the mid-1990s, the piece’s owner, actress Jane O’Brien Dart, patron of the arts and donor of the Roski School of Fine Arts at USC, invited then-Dean of the School of Fine Arts John Pollini to visit her while the Dart Aphrodite was at her home in Los Angeles.“I thought [the Dart Aphrodite] was an interesting piece so I did more research on it and eventually wrote an article on the head,” said Pollini, who is now a professor of classical art and archeology in the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences.Pollini published his article 15 years ago, and when Dart passed away in April 2009, her son Stephen got in touch with Pollini and decided to donate the artwork to USC.“I had met Stephen earlier when I met Jane as I first saw the piece,” Pollini said. “He remembered me and my article and decided to donate the Dart Aphrodite to USC.”The sculpture was donated to USC’s archeology lab, where it arrived in late November for examination. Robinson said that although the archeology lab officially owns the piece, it is on permanent loan to the Campus Center.“We don’t have any kind of date set for when the piece might be removed,” Robinson said. “If it were to be removed, it would be in a very long time and it would have to be for extenuating circumstances.”After being examined at USC, the piece was sent to a shop in Pasadena for a custom-made glass installation case. Because of the specific style and weight of the sculpture, the installation piece includes a special mount that goes into a hole at the bottom of the neck.Pollini said that since the university does not currently have any other major pieces of ancient Greek or Roman art, the acquisition of the Dart Aphrodite is important to the USC community.“This is literally something you would possibly study in an art history or archeology-minded class, so the fact that we’re going to have it on campus and see it in person is going to be infinitely more valuable than studying it in a book,” Robinson said. “It really makes being able to study it in this context priceless.”last_img read more

“We were robbed!” Panama World Cup team hotel raided during Oslo match

admin no comments

first_imgPolice say objects worth around 53,000 euros ($62,000) were taken from three rooms in a downtown Oslo hotel, explaining thieves are thought to have used an old magnetic room key or a stolen one and that video footage would be examined.Police spokeswoman Aslaug Rohne told AFP the robbery probably took place at the same time as Panama were being beaten by Norway on Wednesday in a match that ended 1-0.Panama will make their World Cup debut in Russia, where the central Americans will face England, Belgium and Tunisia in Group G.Panama kick off their campaign against Belgium in Sochi on June 18, the same day group G opponents Tunisia host England0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Norway’s Joshua King scoring against Panama, whose hotel rooms were robbed on Wednesday during the game © NTB Scanpix/AFP / Hagan, FredrikOSLO, Norway, Jun 7 – At around the time that World Cup minnows Panama were playing Norway this week, thieves were busy rifling their Oslo hotel rooms, police told AFP on Thursday.The Panamanian football federation tweeted: “Three #Panamayor hotel rooms were robbed in Oslo, Norway. Norwegian police are at the scene looking for clues.”last_img read more

How to Leverage Technology to be More Productive

admin no comments

first_imgTechnologies can enable you to better manage the noise that comes into your world so you can be more productive. You can manage the constant, never-ending incoming work in a way that improves your ability to focus on what’s important and minimize the decision-making.  The solution is software that enables you to shift from your email to your calendar, to your priorities. To share this with you, I am going to use what is still the most ubiquitous productivity tool available, Microsoft Outlook.Prioritizing Work and Managing EmailIf there is one area of my life that is infinitely complicated and overwhelming, it is my email inboxes. The word “inboxes” is plural because I have 6 different email addresses that I need to manage. What makes email so difficult is that at any time, anyone can send you an email at no cost to themselves, but at a higher cost to you. Let me explain.When you receive an email, you must open the email, decide its importance, determine what you need to do with it, and when you will take action. That is at least three decisions you must make. The volume of emails and the need to make decisions causes many of us to leave the email in the inbox entirely. Meanwhile, our mind continually nags us about all the things we need to do.Here is where technology can improve this process. When you read an email and decide what it requires of you, you can flag the email and assign it a start date or due date. By changing the view to flagged, you can see the flagged email sorted by the date you are required to start or complete a priority within email.  I prioritize my Focused Inbox view, the view that eliminates clutter (newsletters or automatically generated emails), to have a cleaner workspace to call attention to the most important work on hand.You can also take these tips on the go with Outlook mobile for iOS and Android. Within the Outlook mobile app, you have the ability to move rapidly, swiping left or right to archive or delete the email.Manage Your Meeting and AppointmentsYou may not know you can drag an email onto a calendar event, in Windows or Mac. Likely, your incoming emails are going to provide information that is going to be useful or necessary on a certain date; think meeting agendas, plane tickets, hotel reservations, etc.By dragging an email onto the date at which it will be useful, you have scheduled the time that information will show up to the exact time it is necessary. I like to do this with meeting agendas and emails regarding the subject of a meeting so that I have them available when and where I need them. A lot of people might call this a productivity hack, but because it is built in Outlook, it’s a feature and a best practice. This is intentional; it’s by design. It’s also something that is lacking in many email and calendar programs.I recommend playing the Outlook features to your advantage by addressing your sales needs. Enable rich locations of meetings in Windows to have the full address of the customer site on the meeting appointment or event so you can have one-click directions on mobile. Couple this with Bookings, and you can provide a link where external customers or partners can view your calendar availability to efficiently schedule a meeting, thus eliminating the back and forth emails that often accompany an external meeting request.Stay Productive and Focus on What MattersDon’t get stuck in the routine of living in your inbox. This is a mistake because, unlike snail mail which comes only once a day (if that), email shows up the moment it is received. By leaving your email inbox open, the frequency at which you are interrupted can draw your attention away from your most important priorities. If you want to be more productive, you are better served by having your calendar open, with your tasks and priorities in front of you as a reminder of what you need to do to produce the results you want.Productivity is a measurement of the value of the work you do, not the number of tasks you complete. Technology, at its best, enables you to manage the incoming tasks and information so you can focus on what’s important.For more resources on how to optimize your use of Office 365 apps such as Outlook, check out: Office 365.If you want to see how I look at these metrics and how I use data visualization to assess pipeline performance, please join me for this webinar on Coaching Pipeline and Data Visualization with Microsoft’s suite of business analytics tools within PowerBI.This post is sponsored by:last_img read more

Flood waters recede in NE, 6 lakh people affected

admin no comments

first_imgWater level in the flood-affected areas of northeastern States receded on Friday but more than 6 lakh people continued to be affected.There were no reports of any casualty on Friday after rain-induced flash floods and landslides killed 12 people across Assam, Manipur and Tripura over the past two days. Assam has been the worst affected.Seven districtsOfficials of Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said the first wave of flood in the State affected seven districts, including all three – Cachar, Hailakandi and Karimganj – in southern Assam’s Barak Valley.“In three days, 668 villages have been submerged in seven districts and 3,86,570 people have been affected. While 325 houses have been damaged in flood, 136 houses have been destroyed in the hills of Dima Hasao district,” an ASDMA officer said.Five rivers, including the Barak and the Kushiyara, were flowing above the danger level.National Disaster Response Force, State Disaster Response Force and Assam Rifles teams have rescued 471 people, while 67,175 people have taken refuge in 162 relief camps, officials said.In Manipur, more than 1, 50,000 people have been affected by flood in the Imphal Valley, while an arterial highway remained cut off because of landslide. Ferry services in the Barak Valley and train services on the Lumding-Badarpur hill section in Assam has been suspended, affecting train services to Tripura.A total of 430 persons have so far been evacuated from flood-affected areas of Manipur and more than 950 rescued in Tripura by Assam Rifles and Army personnel, a Defence statement said on Friday.More than 2,000 people are being sheltered at relief camps in Tripura.Landslides have been reported from Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya too, but officials said there have been no loss of human lives.(With IANS inputs)last_img read more