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Thursday, 12-Dec-2013 14:20 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Justin Bieber ‘rebelling’ To Show He’s An Adult, Says Donny Osmo

The former teen pin-up who crushed it Farrah Abraham Porn Photos Leak: Former 'teen Mom' Star Defends Selling Sex Tape (nsfw Photos, Video) in the 60s with brothers The Osmonds then went solo in the 70s, later pairing with sister Marie as performers, talk show hosts, and from 2008 a Las Vegas headlining gig has been famous across the generations so probably knows of what he speaks. In a new interview with Closer Weekly , Donny said Biebers interesting 2013 was to do with him feeling the pains of trying to move away from his child star persona. Im just a normal guy, and Donny & Marie left me with such a wacky image, Osmond recalls. Since Puppy Love and Go Away Little Girl were such big records, I went through a period when I hated it. An older and wiser Osmond, who is now 56, says he struggled when he attempted to shed his boy scout image in the 80s following over a decade of teen stardom, and that he understands Justins acting out. <noscript></noscript> Everyone thinks hes still the kid who sang Baby, Osmond said of the 19-year-old. But hes an adult and hes rebelling to show people hes an adult. Bieber has seen his public image take a dive following a string of incidents including drug raids on Believe tour buses, footage of the star urinating into a mop bucket, trouble in Brazil http://geoffreyiisx.devhub.com/blog/2432858-sound-gift-advice-for-music-lovers/ and Australia over his graffiti, and a farcical exit from a brothel to name a few. Justin offered his own take on his difficulties in a recent radio spot with Ryan Seacrest . People dont really get to see me and that Im really a 19-year-old boy, the Canadian said. Im becoming a man but Im still 19. He added, Im still finding myself and when I have the media attacking me everyday, its no less of bullying than you know what happens in schools. <br>Full story: http://www.inquisitr.com/1058555/justin-bieber-rebelling-to-show-hes-an-adult-says-donny-osmond/

Wednesday, 4-Dec-2013 10:06 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Try Free Schaumburg Fitness Classes; Help Food Drive

Springinsguth Road; Meineke Recreation Center, 220 E. Weathersfield Way; exercise and Schaumburg Tennis Plus, 1416 N. Payne Road. Participants must bring a canned food item to attend a class Exercise Cutlass Express 2013 Commences free. Canned food items will be donated to the Schaumburg Township Food Pantry. Fitness Unlimited and Club 55 group classes workout offered build muscles, strengthen core and burn calories. <br>Full story: http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20131203/submitted/712029599/

Monday, 2-Dec-2013 11:20 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Germany's Modest Mutti Merkel Is No Iron Lady Thatcher

The conservative result was close to an absolute majority because of the rule requiring parties to win 5 percent support to claim seats in http://www.23hq.com/gilmlla/story/14445263 the lower house. Many small parties (source) miss that threshold, meaning their votes don't count in the division of seats. Sunday's result gives the conservative bloc of Merkel's Christian Democratic Union and its Bavaria-only sister, the Christian Social Union, 311 seats in Parliament. The Social Democrats won 192 seats, the Greens 63 and the Left Party 64. Turnout edged up to 71.5 percent from 70.8 percent four years ago. <br>More: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/22/angela-merkel-wins-german-elections_n_3973317.html

"She never talks about her daughter," Wenzer says. The waitress guesses that in the restaurant and the town at large loyalties are evenly divided. "But I'm voting for her [party]," says Wenzer. "I think she understands the problems of the East." Much of Merkel's style of governance is, in fact, a product of national context. She has to navigate a political system that was created precisely to rein in the power of national figures. <br>More: http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Europe/2013/0920/The-mind-of-Angela-Merkel

After graduating from high school in 1973, she wanted to make a break with her parents and strike out on her own. Even before graduation, she had traveled with friends to Prague and points further east, just to get away. Now, she moved to Leipzig, 270 kilometers (170 miles) to the south, to study at Germanys second-oldest university, whose past luminaries included quantum physics pioneer Werner Heisenberg. Outside the classroom, Merkel worked as a barmaid, mixing drinks http://georgeklmv.soup.io/post/371157650/Will-France-Fine-The-John-Or-Punish at weekly disco parties in the physics http://olinkpqa.soup.io/post/371525108/Amsterdam-Coffee-Shop-Dampkring-Opens-Original-Art building. She proudly recalls that the students played mostly Western music, defying a rule that called for a 40 percent share of home-grown tunes. <br>More: http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-09-19/angela-merkels-early-years-in-east-germany-shaped-her-crisis-politics

Mrs. Felssberg said: 'We all had to sleep ten to a room in bunk beds when we did the exercises. In the day we learned things like treating wounds and stabilising patients - not much different from what you would learn today in first aid training with the Red Cross. 'But we also had to march and learn to use maps and a compass for hikes in the woods and wilderness. It was long ago but I remember it very well - and Angela.' Mrs. <br>More: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2328536/Angela-Merkel-Communist-links-new-image-uniform-released.html

This is "Merkiavellism" at its best: Understated but achieving Nina dos Santos So much for those who say plainness precludes power. Set to become only the third post-war chancellor to win as many terms in office, Merkel's speech was a modest affair compared with those of other three-term titans like former British PM Tony Blair. For Merkel there was no vainglorious fist-thumping. No pie-in-the sky promises to move heaven and earth, to mend the economy and conquer child poverty. Coalition building in Germany READ MORE: Merkel's recipe for success Victory for Merkel, http://arnulfoyjuh.skyrock.com/3196236545-Ronaldo-Rampant-France-Blitz-Ukraine.html but what's next? Instead, she thanked her husband and supporters and alluded to the challenges of forming a working coalition in the days to come. Angela Merkel wins big in Germany This is "Merkiavellism" at its best: Understated but achieving. <br>More: http://edition.cnn.com/2013/09/26/business/angela-merkel-is-no-maggie-thatcher/index.html

Monday, 2-Dec-2013 05:31 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Peter Kaplan, Who Made News From New York’s Rich, Dies At 59

We have to make sure this doesnt happen again. If this is a dangerous curve, it needs to be looked into. It needs to be remediated. And so, again, I think we just have to make sure nothing like this happens again." But while Weener did not dismiss the curve as a potential factor, Cuomo said it was clear to him other things must have been in play. "The curve has been here for many years, and trains take the curve every day, 365 days a year. So its not the fact that theres a curve here," Cuomo told reporters. "Weve always had this configuration. <br>Read more: http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2013/12/investigators_search_for_answers_after_new_york_train_derailment_kills_four.html

At least one rail car was lying toppled near celebs the water and others were lying on their sides. There was no official word on possible causes of the accident. "That is a dangerous area on the track just by design," Governor Andrew Cuomo told CNN after touring the site. "The trains are going about 70 miles per hour (112 kph) coming down the straight part of the track. They slow to about 30 miles per hour (48 kph) to make that sharp curve ... where the Hudson River meets the Harlem River and that is a difficult area of the track." Cuomo said it appeared that all passengers had been accounted for. He said recovery of the train's "black box" - a data-recording device similar to those on airplanes - would reveal more about the train's speed, possible mechanical issues and whether brakes were applied. <br>Read more: http://in.reuters.com/article/2013/12/02/usa-derailment-newyork-idINDEE9B006520131202

New Journalism Kaplan saw the Observer as a necessary alternative to the New York Times dominance, and it offered competing interpretations on the city, what Kaplan likened to the catholicity of viewpoints found in the film Rashomon. Kaplan was also inspired by the point-of-view reporting espoused by legendary editor celebrities Clay Felker, the founder of New York magazine and one of Kaplans mentors. To that end, he crafted celebrities a contemporary template for Felkers New Journalism, publishing smart, punchy headlines and fully reported stories in which the writer often entered the narrative. As an example of his faith in news-gathering, Kaplan noted how in 2003 the Observer landed an interview with Jayson Blair, the disgraced New York Times reporter who fabricated news articles. An Observer reporter had staked out Blairs house in Brooklyn until he was invited in and got the following quote of his dreams: So Jayson Blair the human being could live, Jayson Blair the journalist had to die, Kaplan recounted in the foreword to The Kingdom. Evangelical Mission Perhaps Kaplans best-known protege was Candace Bushnell , a freelance journalist who began writing for the Observer in 1993. Kaplan devised a column based on Bushnells dating life he called Sex and the City. The column later became the basis for the hit HBO series and a pair of Hollywood films. His stewardship of the Observer ended three years after Arthur L. Carter, the Manhattan businessman who founded the Observer in 1987, sold the newspaper to real-estate developer Jared Kushner in 2006 for $10 million . <br>Read more: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-11-30/peter-kaplan-who-made-news-from-new-york-s-rich-dies-at-59-1-.html

Other passengers were still on the train, he told WABC. Another survivor told WABC that she climbed out of a train car that had overturned. Nearby, she said, she heard injured victims moaning and asking for help. "I almost feel guilty," she said. "I was just in a really safe spot on the train, just the way it fell." Swanson told CNN the train car she was in came to a stop with a thud. "I tape just closed my eyes and kind of hoped to God that I was going to be able to call my mom with decent news," Swanson said. She got off the train with her cell phone in hand: "The screen was shattered, but it still worked," she said. <br>Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/01/travel/new-york-train-derails/index.html

Passenger Frank Tatulli told television station WABC he had been riding in the first car and the train had been traveling "a lot faster" than usual. "The guy was going real fast on the turns and I just didn't know why because we were making good time. And all of a sudden we derailed on the turn," he said. Joseph Bruno, who heads the city's Office of Emergency Management, told CNN it appeared that three of the four people killed had been ejected from the train. The MTA and the fire department both said that could not immediately be confirmed. Michael Keaveney, 22, a security worker whose home overlooks the celebs site, said he had heard a loud bang when the train derailed. <br>Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/02/us-usa-derailment-newyork-idUSBRE9B007F20131202

Friday, 29-Nov-2013 00:38 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Ontario Convention, Visitors Bureau Wins Industry Award

aCocaine residue was being left on the counter top.a Police followed Gibson, who went home at lunchtime. They arrested him when he exited his apartment building around 12:20 p.m. without incident. Officers found .1 gram of cocaine in a ziplock baggy in a pant pocket. Gibson was on probation at the time for a threat made to an ex-spouse. Defence lawyer Anthony Barile said his client has shown remorse and accepted responsibility for his actions. He noted that Gibson has already paid a heavy price a he was fired from his job of 10 years and has been out of work since shortly after his arrest. <br>More: http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/canada/Ontario+teacher+sentenced+snorting+cocaine+school+washroom/9223402/story.html

Let's set up a negotiating team and let's start to be able to figure out what the best way to move forward is.'" Peters said that Canadians need to understand that First Nations' jurisdiction over their own education systems is one of http://wallacemuce.skyrock.com/3194157155-Kim-Kardashian-Kanye-West-Sue-Over-Leaked-Proposal-Video.html their human rights, and that they are capable of managing those systems successfully. But headded that the federal government must commit to sustainable funding that reflects the growing aboriginal population. He dismissedAboriginal Affairs Canada's explanation that it did not include funding in the proposed legislation because it is waiting for First Nations to submit their education proposals. "Nobody comes along and says, 'I've got this beautiful car I want to sell you ... you agree to buy the car first and then we'll talk about the price secondly.' [That]doesn't happen," he said. Quinn Meawasige, 20, from Serpent River in northern Ontario was among the young people who stood with the Chiefs of Ontario on Wednesday to publicly reject the federal government's proposed First Nations Education Act. (Nicole Ireland/CBC) Twenty-year-old Quinn Meawasige from Serpent River First Nation in northeastern Ontario said many indigenous youth are ashamed of who they are because of failures in the current education system. "It's tough because people don't know the treaty rights," he said. "They don't know the history of residential schools [and]the intergenerational impacts we still live with today." Meawasige said it's essential for First Nations students to have an education grounded in their culture. <br>More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/ontario-chiefs-demand-feds-abandon-education-act-1.2442508

The Reign made the most of their second power play of the night scoring the equalizer. Matt Kim Kardashian Register found Kyle Kraemer in the Thunder zone; from the bottom of the left circle, Kraemer fed it through traffic to Jake Newton inside the right circle. Newton wristed the puck to tie the game 1-1 at the 3:25 mark of the third period. Everett Sheen gave the Reign a one-goal lead with a one-timer from the left circle. Brett Beebe and Art Bidlevskii earned the assists. At 9:03, Stockton tied the score as they shoved the puck past Hutchinson with lots of action in front of the Reign cage. After 60 minutes of regulation play the teams were tied with two tallies each forcing a sudden death overtime. <br>More: http://www.examiner.com/article/ontario-reign-quiet-thunder-with-3-2-shootout-win

"EnerCare applauds the Ontario government's commitment to enhancing consumer protection and looks forward to working with the Ministry in developing the regulations to protect Ontario consumers from the bad actors in our marketplace," said John Macdonald, President and CEO. EnerCare believes that Bill 55 is a strong enhancement in consumer protection that will provide necessary protection for its customers and greatly assist with EnerCare's continued efforts to combat attrition in its water heater business. A copy of Bill 55 can be found at http://www.ontla.on.ca/bills/bills-files/40_Parliament/Session2/b055.pdf and background on Bill 55 can be found on the Ministry of Consumer Services website at http://news.ontario.ca/mcs/en/2013/04/strengthening-protection-against-aggressive-door-to-door-sales.html. Forward-looking Information Certain statements in this news release are forward-looking statements, which reflect management's expectation regarding EnerCare's growth, results of operations, performance, business prospects and opportunities. Such forward-looking information reflects management's current beliefs and is based on information available to them and/or assumptions management believes are reasonable. Many factors Kim Kardashian could cause results to differ materially from the results discussed in the forward-looking information. <br>More: http://online.wsj.com/article/PR-CO-20131127-908634.html

Embassy in Ottawa as command post during summits Plans 'closely co-ordinated with Canadian partner' but no targets revealed Details contained in documents leaked by ex-NSA worker Edward Snowden PUBLISHED: 03:07 EST, 28 November 2013 | UPDATED: 03:07 EST, 28 November 2013 74 shares comments Canadian authorities allowed the National Security Agency to spy in the country during the G8 and G20 summits in Ontario in 2010, it has emerged. Documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden show that the NSA used the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa as a command post for a nearly week-long spying operation while President Barack Obama and other foreign leaders were in Canada in June 2010. CBC News reported that the documents don't mention precise targets of the U.S. spying operation but say that plans were 'closely co-ordinated with the Canadian partner.' World leaders pose for a group photo during the G20 summit in Toronto, Ontario, in 2010. <br>More: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2514842/Canada-let-NSA-spy-G8-G20-Ontario-summits-week-long-operation-2010.html

Creating models for care Matthews admits that providing long-term care in remote northern areas is not the same as providing care in the south for example, seniors in northern Ontario'sremote regionsoften live in crowded homes without indoor plumbing. She says that models for providing care need to be tailored to the specific kinds of communities. "The long-term care homes on reserve in [southern Ontario] tend to have around 60 people in them, she said. That's not a reasonable number in the more remote communities. So if there are only 1,000 people living [on the reserve], you need to have a different model." Reportfindsaging Aboriginal Canadians have harder time staying healthy One solution to the lack of services in remote communities, Matthews suggests, is training more First Nations members as health care providers. "They will be able to deliver that culturally appropriate care so much more naturally than someone who's been trained to do that almost as a second language later in life," she said. <br>More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/ontario-turns-attention-to-aging-aboriginal-seniors-1.2443615

27, 2013. (FRED LUM/THE GLOBE AND MAIL) Lius-Mario Carrington-Rodriguez, four weeks old, is held by his mother during a press conference about pay equity for midwives in Toronto on Nov. 27, 2013. (FRED LUM/THE GLOBE AND MAIL) Ontario opposes midwives rights challenge seeking higher pay Add to ... <br>More: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/ontario-opposes-midwives-rights-challenge-seeking-higher-pay/article15643506/

I basically said, Why should we not have this opportunity? We are going to try and achieve these goals, said Krouse, who submitted the bureaus application about six months ago. It gives us credibility [link] as a destination marketing organization and that our small community is capable of competing with the big boys, the big cities. Since Krouse came on board in September 2012, he has overhauled operations at the Convention and Visitors Bureau, including spearheading a five-year strategy for the bureau as well as a sales and marketing campaign. Under his leadership, the Tourism Marketing District was formed. It encompasses more than 40 hotels in Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga and establishes a 2 percent annual room rental fee on hotels in the two cities. <br>More: http://www.dailybulletin.com/government-and-politics/20131127/ontario-convention-visitors-bureau-wins-industry-award

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