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Musa, Muguna cleared for Albania move

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first_imgMohammed leaves Gor as a free agent while Muguna who joined the record 16-time champions from Western Stima at the beginning of last season had a transfer fee reported to be about Sh4mn (USD40,000) agreed between Tirana and Gor.“I am really pleased that this move is finally done and I can’t wait to start my new journey. This has been the product of hard work and determination and hopefully I can translate the same form in Albania,” Mohammed told Capital Sport.“It will not be hard to settle in because we are re-uniting with our former coach Ze Maria which is something great. We know his methods, we know how it works so blending in will not be tough,” he added.Harambee Stars captain Musa Mohammed walks into the pitch before Kenya’s match against Rwanda in the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup on December 3, 2017 in Kakamega. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe defender has been a loyal Gor Mahia player having spent his entire eight year professional career at the club. He joined straight from High School in 2010 when the club was under the tutelage of legendary coach James Siang’a.He was scouted by another former Gor coach Gideon Ochieng who has since relocated to the United States.“I was really motivated to join Gor because I knew it was a great club and once the opportunity arose, I didn’t back down. I took on the challenge and the rest has been happily ever after,” the defender further said.The defender leaves K’Ogalo with a decorated hat having won four league titles, three of them as captain, one KPL Top 8 and two FKF Cup titles.Gor Mahia’s Musa Mohammed was named the SJAK best defender. Photo/Erick BarazaHe was crowned defender of the year by the Sports Journalists Association of Kenya (SJAK) at the end of last season having finished second twice in the annual awards in 2015 and 2016.Mohammed also ended 2017 having helped the national team Harambee Stars to the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup.“I have learnt quite a lot and form me it felt like this was the right time to leave. I wanted to get a new challenge because I have won virtually everything with Gor. As a player who wants to improve I needed something new to push me and this is it,” the 28-year old said.He has paid homage to the K’Ogalo faithful who he says have been the reason behind his and the team’s success.“The fans were always on the pitch supporting us and demanding of success and it is because of them the team did well and everyone improved. I also want to thank my team-mates all through the eight years for their support especially when I was captain,” Mohammed stated.Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna celebrates his goal against Chemelil Sugar in a Kenyan Premier League clash at the Thika Stadium on May 10, 2017. PHOTO/CourtesyThe duo will set foot on a ground that erstwhile has been a tough stomping ground for Kenyan players. Moses Arita and James Situma famously landed at the Albanian club but failed to settle, coming back home.“I can’t really say it’s something that bothers either me or Junior (Muguna). We are going there to work and that’s our focus. What happened in the past is in the past,” Mohammed further states.The two find Tirana perched at fifth spot on the Albanian First Division table, just within the promotion bracket. With 12 matches already played, Tirana are on 17 points, 12 behind leaders Kastrioti Kruje.“Our target and ambition is to go help the team gain promotion and we will give our best to see that target attained.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The defender has been a loyal Gor Mahia player having spent his entire eight year professional career at the club. He joined straight from High School in 2010 when the club was under the tutelage of legendary coach James Siang’a. Photo/COURTESYNAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 18- The immediate former Gor Mahia duo of Musa Mohammed and Kenneth Muguna have finally received their travel documents and are set to depart for Albania on Sunday to seal their move to second tier side FK Tirana.The pair have already agreed personal terms over a two-year contract and will make it formal once they land in the Albanian capital.last_img read more

A letter of concern

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first_imgJohan la Grange PO Box 12398 Leraatsfontein 1038 Witbank Cell +27 79 428 1971 (RSA) Cell +243 82 420 0465 (DRC) E-mail. biebie58@yahoo.com 11 January 2016 To whom it may concern, Sir/s, Re. Concerned citizen of South Africa. It is with great concern that I write this letter today and I hope that you will read this and show it to other people to read and maybe there is someone else in this country that feels the same as I do. South Africa is a beautiful country and it is with pride that I say this and I think I should know as I’ve been working in other African countries now for sixteen years, and I’ve seen these countries maybe with a different eye as the normal SA citizen will see them. This also enable me to realize that South Africa has gone backwards as a developed country and now I class SA as a developing country, the same as the rest of Africa. Don’t get me wrong, a lot has happened and was done since independence was “created” in 1994, but the pace in which things happen has gone from good to very slow and I blame myself for this as well because I’ve seen this every day for sixteen years outside the SA borders and now SA is on exactly the same pace, running a 400 meter race at a 1500 meter pace. (you cannot run the Durban July with a Donkey) you need to look at yourself and see whether you’ve gone back from getting things done quick and correctly to “what I don’t feel like doing today, I might look at completing tomorrow”. Now let me put one thing straight, I don’t talk about politics, religion or sex, these are my personal issues and so I believe is everybody else supposed to feel and accept their family, friend, neighbor, employer, employee, as a matter of fact anybody living in this country’s feeling and believe. This is a matter of respect both to yourself and other humans. I’m not ashamed to say that I’ve voted only once since 1994, but this was due to circumstances beyond my control and still today I think of this and I know that I’ve missed out on a opportunity to make a difference, but what’s gone is gone and I now feel that I will not miss out again. The government of this country is by far much more trustworthy that the majority of other African countries governments and you can talk about this for many moons to come but you will not convince me otherwise, I’ve seen and heard enough in Africa. So let’s face-it we all complain every day, but do we really do something to improve the country and the people living in harsh circumstances without electricity, without running water and no sanitation. No we don’t or shall I say I don’t myself, well I’ve tried in the past on numerus occasions without success and I can now after self-investing and struggling with this issue in my head for a long time, admit to you all that I didn’t try hard enough to do my part for the country, and you know why, just because it’s easier to just sit back and complain about everything going wrong, because that’s not what I want, then blaming everything on someone else and the government. It’s the easy way out and it sounds good if everybody blames someone else and I can talk along. As I’ve explained in the letter already, I’ve worked in other countries over the past sixteen years, doing electrical infrastructure development and refurbishing redundant war damaged sites and get these up and running again and building new plants for gold and copper mine production.( after years of war and circumstances I could or cannot do anything about, as I’m only an expat trying to educate, train and uplift the people of these countries to the best of my ability, the majority of infrastructures had to be built from scratch again).Why do I mention these? Because that is the reality and I cannot understand why my privilege was taken away from me, this is the privilege of doing the same work and uplifting of people here in South Africa. Now let me be straight with you, I know that I cannot get any work, tenders or even come back to South Africa and start a new business here, just for the simple reason that I don’t have a BBEE partner or partners. That’s the bottom line and now tell me, how am I supposed to do my part for this country, how can I train people to uplift themselves and create a better life for them and their families, how can I help developing infrastructures of this country, how can I build anything in this country to help the people in need if this is the reality? I’m no racist and I hate the fact that everything gets blamed on “apartheid”, that is bullshit and as far as I’m concerned, it is to my opinion, a matter of the government or certain people in high places taking these opportunities away from the people suffering daily without the services they are entitled to have in a developed country like South Africa. The bottom line for me now is, if I want or must come back to South Africa, to get a partner who feels the same about life in SA as myself and see the need and opportunities the same as I do. I’m a qualified electrician with thirty four years’ experience and twenty two years’ experience in mechanical engineering and I need this person/s to have a business attitude and sense, the same as myself. This will not happen I know, but it’s my task to teach the person/s to develop the business and give them an opportunity to go forward in life and in doing so also help the struggling citizens of this country. Is asking this too much from a concerned citizen, am I barking up the wrong tree, am I wrong in my visions, am I wrong in trying to help other people, am I wrong in trying to develop communities infrastructure, am I wrong in asking someone to help me to uplift the people of this country, am I wrong in asking anything because of my skin color, am I wrong in thinking that anybody will read this? Tell me if I’m wrong and then show me what you have done to create a better South Africa. Don’t criticize me for all, but come with a solution to my concern and by doing that, we can all help each other. I don’t care if you laugh at me, swear at me, and delete this letter or whatever you feel, other than looking positive at this it is how I feel and I also know I’m not the only person in South Africa feeling this way. Why does other countries where I’ve work not ask or insist that you must be from this race or from this religion or from this sport before you can add value to the country, how can I be blamed for what other people did a hundred or two hundred years ago, is this fair towards me as a human being? Why is people in the other countries so glad to see us and so positive about what we are doing for them in their country, we are not all there for the money, we deliver a service to those countries and what you don’t realize is the fact that the more people there is that make the move to work in other countries the less tax the government get every year and remember it’s the people that earn high salaries that do go there. This is not only PAYE taxes, it’s all the other taxes that we must pay in South Africa, which is now down the drain and looking at the annual figures supplied by the media there is less people paying taxes every year basically due to unemployment rising daily. If all these don’t bother you, do me a favor and delete or scrap this letter because you are then one of the people in a position where you’re enriching yourself and let the poor just get poorer while you keep yourself busy with all sorts of political crap. This matter has got nothing to do with politics, it’s about the wellbeing of people of South Africa of which you are one. I’ll keep on fighting until I get a partner that are willing to work with me in South Africa, as I cannot sit and see things going backward as it is doing day by day and I can and will make a difference to other people in need of a better life, I will not let the government or any politician or anybody for that matter, stop me or tell me I cannot succeed in creating a stable business in South Africa, which is where I was born and belong. I hope that if you read this letter to the end, that you will see that we can all live a peaceful and prosperous life in South Africa. I thank you. PS. I don’t have money to buy anybody or bribe anybody, all I need is someone that feels they can make a difference and make a success of the business with me.last_img read more

South African scientist leads triple black hole discovery

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first_img26 June 2014Cape Town astronomer Roger Deane and a team of South African-funded researchers have discovered a trio of closely orbiting supermassive black holes in a galaxy more than 4-billion light years away – confirmation of the country’s fast-growing expertise in the field of radio astronomy.The discovery of the triple black hole system, the tightest trio of black holes known to date, “is remarkable since most galaxies have just one at their centre” and suggests that closely packed supermassive black holes are far more common than previously thought, Square Kilometre Array (SKA) South Africa said in a statement on Friday.SKA South Africa funded the research leading to the discovery, which has been published in the scientific journal Nature.“Four South African institutions – the Universities of Cape Town and the Western Cape, as well as Rhodes University and SKA South Africa – are represented by the research team, which is a very positive confirmation of the dynamic and significant radio astronomy which has developed rapidly in South Africa,” SKA SA project director Bernie Fanaroff said in a statement on Monday.“The discovery demonstrates that South Africa has the scientific and technical expertise to be a world leader in radio astronomy and to contribute directly to gravitational wave experiments that will provide fundamental insights not only to astronomy, but also more broadly to physics.”According to SKA South Africa, multiple supermassive black hole systems are thought to have a significant impact on the way galaxies evolve, particularly through their impact on stars and gas as they spiral in towards one another.When these black holes get very close to one another they are expected to emit gravitational waves. Einstein predicted these ripples in space-time a century ago, and the giant Square Kilometre Array and MeerKAT radio telescopes being built in South Africa have been designed in part to detect them.The research team used a technique called Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) to discover the inner two black holes of the triple system. This technique combines the signals from large radio antennas separated by up to 10 000 kilometres to see detail 50 times finer than that possible with the Hubble Space Telescope.The discovery was made with the European VLBI Network, an array of European, Chinese, Russian and South African antennas, as well as the 305-metre Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.“Although they were predicted theoretically, these exotic back hole systems have remained elusive for decades,” Fanaroff said. “This discovery suggests that they are more common than previous observations have shown and predicts that the radio telescopes we are building here in South Africa and Africa will be able to discover many more.“This highlights the high-impact science that will be done with the African VLBI Network, the planned radio telescope comprised of an array of converted telecommunication dishes. It also connects the type of science done with VLBI arrays with the experiments to be performed with MeerKAT and eventually with the SKA.”Research team leader Deane said it was extraordinary that the trio of black holes, “which are at the very extreme of Einstein’s theory of general relativity, are orbiting one another at 300 times the speed of sound on Earth.“Not only that, but using the combined signals from radio telescopes on four continents we were able to observe this exotic system one-third of the way across the Universe. It gives me great excitement, as this is just scratching the surface of a long list of discoveries that will be made possible with the Square Kilometre Array.”The SKA project is an international effort to build mega radio telescope about 100 times more sensitive than the biggest existing radio telescope. The first phase of the SKA will be co-hosted by South Africa and Australia, with eight southern African countries partnering with South Africa during the second phase. Construction is expected to begin in 2017 and conclude in 2024, at an estimated cost to the 10 SKA member countries of €1.5-billion.South Africa, meanwhile, has begun erecting the 64 antennas that will make up the MeerKAT radio telescope, the country’s precursor to the SKA, at the SKA South Africa site outside Carnarvon in the Northern Cape.SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

Residential Photovoltaic Installations on the Rise

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first_imgNew photovoltaic installations in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2013 totaled 723 megawatts (MW), an increase of 33% over the same period a year ago, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has reported.The residential market grew by 53% over the first quarter of 2012, and was 11% higher than the last quarter of 2012. Non-residential installations, however, were off by 20%, and total first-quarter installations were actually less than fourth-quarter 2012 installations by 45% (723 MW compared to 1,310 MW), the report noted.A summary of the SEIA’s quarterly U.S. Solar Market Insight report said total PV capacity in the U.S. is now 7,962 MW.At the same time, the average cost of a residential installation fell to below below $5 per watt in the first quarter. Non-residential systems were installed at an average cost of less than $4 per watt. From the first quarter of 2012 to the same period this year, residential prices dropped by nearly 16%.“On the whole, however, installed PV prices vary greatly, not only state to state but also project to project,” the report said.The SEIA said three factors could slow continued PV growth:a debate over net metering and how to value distributed generation,changing rate structures, andthe availability of capital. China squabbles with Europe and U.S. over the cost of PV modulesThe chief reason for a steep drop in the cost of solar electricity over the last several years is the huge volume of solar panels shipped from China. Chinese companies are exporting about $30 billion of PV panels to the U.S. annually, according to The New York Times.Manufacturers in the U.S. and Europe complain that the Chinese government is unfairly subsidizing the industry and allowing Chinese manufacturers to charge less than the cost of production, a practice called dumping. A number of U.S. and European producers have gone out of business.The U.S. already adds a tariff on Chinese PV panels amounting to about 30%, and the EU in early June adopted tariffs of about 50%. That brought an immediate response from China, which said it would investigate Europe’s lucrative wine exports to China, worth $980 million a year.Negotiations between China, the U.S. and the European Union to settle the dispute are ongoing.last_img read more

Kazakh club import calls PH team ‘sorriest team I ever played against’ after loss

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first_imgNonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Read Next BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa WATCH: Derek Fisher performs hoops-inspired routine in ‘Dancing with the Stars’ PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  View comments LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversarycenter_img Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Carter had every reason to feel dismayed with the result after Austin and Ravena willed the Philippines back from an 11-point deficit.But it would’ve been more appropriate had he expressed his frustration over his performance and not because his team lost to what he described as the most pitiful team he’s faced. MOST READ BC Astana’s Justin Carter tries to block Kiefer Ravena’s shot during their Fiba Asia Champions Cup duel in China. Photo from Fiba.comThe 30-year-old swingman, who was passed up in the 2010 NBA Draft, scored 10 points in BC Astana’s 73-65 defeat to the Philippines, which was led by American reinforcement Isaiah Austin and Kiefer Ravena. LATEST STORIES Just lost to the sorriest team I ever played against— Justin Carter (@_smooth_J) September 22, 2017It was either Justin Carter didn’t read Kazakhstan’s scouting report on the Philippines or his team simply failed to do its homework.Either way, Carter clearly had no idea how basketball is played in the Philippines after the American import aired his disappointment on Twitter following BC Astana’s loss to Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas on Friday in the opener of the 2017 Fiba Asia Champions Cup in Chenzhou, China.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“Just lost to the sorriest team I ever played against,” wrote Carter, who has drawn flak since the tweet.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

Huawei Mate 10 will come with bezel-less display, confirms CEO Richard Yu

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first_imgHuawei is working on the successor of its last years’ Mate 9. The Huawei Mate 10, which is expected to launch soon, probably by the end of this year (around October or November) at the same time as Apple plans to announced the iPhone 8. Ahead of the launch, the handset has been subjected to several leaks, where some hints at bezel-less display while other says the phone may launch with the upcoming Android O software. These are all rumours. But, what is now confirmed that the upcoming Huawei Mate 10 will sport a “full-screen” display.Huawei CEO Richard Yu says that the company is now looking to shift to ‘full-screen’ displays. And it is to start off with the Mate 10 flagship device. The company CEO further reveals that Huawei Mate 10 will feature more advanced specifications, states a Bloomberg report.So, it is confirmed that the upcoming Huawei Mate 10 will feature a full-screen and also hints at a bezel-less display. Yu also highlighted that the Mate 10 may come with a battery which will last longer. Mate 10 is also said to come with fast charging technology. The executive further hints at a camera, which is said to capture pictures much better that Apples’ next iPhones – the iPhone 8.Also Read: Huawei starts testing Android O build on Mate 9, over 5 million units sold alreadySome rumours hint at dual cameras at the back and front for the Mate 10. The upcoming Huawei Mate 10 is rumoured to come with a smaller screen than its predecessor but could be bigger than the recent Galaxy S8 and S8+. While other rumours reveal that the Mate 9 successor may come with 5.8-inch display with fingerprint sensor placed underneath the display, 2K resolution, iris scanner, facial recognition, iris scanner, 3D sensing and also AR compatibility.advertisementAs per other specs, the Mate 10 is rumoured to be powered by HiSilcon Kirin 970 SoC developed on the 10nm process. The phone is tipped to come in two variants with — 6GB and 8GB storage capacities. While some other rumours suggest that the Mate 10 could run on the latest Android O operating system, with Huawei’s own UI on top. That’s all has been rumoured about the phone as of now.There were some reports earlier that revealed that Huawei has already started to test Android O build on Mate 9. If that’s really the case, Huawei Mate 9 will be the Huawei is probably going to be the first non-Google OEM to start testing the latest flavour of Android for its smartphones. Starting up with the newly unveiled Huawei Mate 9. With these tweaks in its EMUI interface, Huawei is planning to make its flagship – Mate 9 compatible with all the upcoming Android operating system.last_img read more

TOUCH SA LOOKING FOR A SPORTS ADMINISTRATOR

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first_imgPart Time (2.5 days/week) Sports AdministratorTouch Football South Australia is looking for a motivated person to become a member of the Touch SA team. The position will cover weekly administration tasks such as,* Volunteer Management* Elite Team Administration* Taking enquiries about the game* Assisting the State Manager in admin tasks* Financial tracking of paymentsThe successful applicant will need to be able to demonstrate,* Strong Communication Skills* Willingness to be part of a team environment* Organisational skills* Strong knowledge of office based computer softwareApplicants must send a letter and CV to the details below before 15th September 2006. A copy of the Position Description may be obtained by contacting the Touch SA office.For more information contact Gavin Macdonald gmacdonald@touchsa.com.au or phone 8373 3222last_img read more

2017 YTT Australian Flag Bearers announced!

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first_imgVice Captain: Jackson Mills Vice Captain: Hannah Dyball 19’s Boys – Captain: Justin Cridland Australian 19’s representatives, Jackson Mills and Hannah Dyball have been named the Australian Flag Bearers for the 2017 Youth Trans Tasman. Mills will be wearing the green and gold for the second time in his Touch Football career while Dyball will be making her third appearance at a Trans Tasman Series event. TFA wishes to congratulate Jackson and Hannah on this accolade, one that is thoroughly deserved.TFA also wishes to congratulate the following players who have been named as captains of the Australian teams for the 2017 Youth Trans Tasman Series: 19’s Girls –  Captain: Shellie Davis                      17’s Boys – Captain: Blake Moore           17’s Girls – Co Captains: Brittany Clifford & Kobe Nonacenter_img 19’s Mixed -Captain: Jack Hughes  Vice Captains: Marley Simbolon & Brittney Donovan  Vice Captain: Adam Boumoulhem 17’s Mixed – Co Captains: Jessica Potts & Aaron MooreRelated LinksFlag Bearerslast_img read more

Tom Morello And Kenny Loggins Honored At WhyHunger Chapin Awards

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first_imgThis week, the global nonprofit WhyHunger held its annual WhyHunger Chapin Awards at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, and honored rock guitarist and Grammy Award-winner Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave with the Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award; singer-songwriter and Grammy Award-winning artist Kenny Loggins with the ASCAP Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award; and social movement partner Landless Workers Movement (MST), received the WhyHunger Chapin Award.Seth Saltzman, ASCAP Senior Vice President; musician Kenny Loggins; rock musician Tom Morello; Noreen Springstead, WhyHunger Executive Director; partner honoree Raul Amorim of Brazil’s Landless MovementCredit/Copyright: Diane BondareffHosted by Pete Dominick, comedian and SiriusXM’s Stand Up with Pete Dominick on- air personality, the event was a celebration of music, food and activism that honored social movements changing the world and recognized artist activists making a difference in the fight against hunger and poverty.Brazil’s Landless Workers Movement (MST) is a mass social movement formed by rural workers fighting for agrarian reform and against injustice and social inequity. A longtime partner of WhyHunger, since their formation in 1984 MST has experienced many achievements including resettling over 350,000 families on land to produce food.“We believe that supporting social movements and the solutions that derive from grassroots leaders are essential to ending hunger and poverty,” said Noreen Springstead, WhyHunger Executive Director. “I am thrilled to be able to not only honor our partner MST, but our friends and fellow activists Tom Morello and Kenny Loggins who use their musical platforms to fight for social justice.”Tom Morello is a groundbreaking artist and activist whether in his solo career, as an original member of the rock bands Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave or in recently forming his new record label, Firebrand Records, which is dedicated to the global release and distribution of radical, socially conscious music. Tom has sold over 30 million records worldwide and has earned multiple Grammy Awards. Tom has partnered with WhyHunger on several occasions including serving as the musical performer for the 2012 Food Sovereignty Prize that recognizes grassroots leaders that are advancing food sovereignty.“WhyHunger and their partners are tireless fighters for economic justice and human dignity. It is a great honor to stand in the company of these grassroots heroes whose sacrifice and courage continue to build a movement to put an end to the crime of global hunger,” said Tom Morello.Kenny Loggins’ remarkable career has brought him from the top of the charts to the toast of the Grammys. He’s had smash hits on Hollywood’s favorite soundtracks including Top Gun and Footloose and contributed to 1985’s landmark charity single “We Are the World.” Kenny is a committed environmentalist and has a passion for children’s causes. He is supporting WhyHunger’s 2016 Summer Meals Rocks for Kids campaign to connect kids in need with free, nutritious meals all summer long when they are most in need.“I’m honored to have been chosen by ASCAP and WhyHunger as my passion for children’s causes fits perfectly with WhyHunger’s philosophy. I believe this is the start of a fruitful partnership,” said Kenny Loggins.This year marked the 17th WhyHunger Chapin Awards, celebrating the continued work in supporting innovative grassroots solutions for long-term change. The evening concluded with an After Party that featured DJ Eric Visa, dessert bar and dancing.Special thanks to sponsors, Hard Rock International, Lisa DeBartolo & Don Miggs, Collection 18, ASCAP, Bayer Corporation and Greenberg Traurig, LLP.last_img read more

Vancouver queer festival features two spirit films and actors

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first_imgTina House APTN National NewsThe 28th annual queer festival which showcases films around the world is about to roll into Vancouver.This year a spotlight will shine on Indigenous two spirit films and some top Canadian talent.thouse@aptn.calast_img