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How Antonio Brown still wins after losing helmet saga

Antonio Brown definitely won’t be able to wear his preferred helmet after losing his second grievance, according to multiple reports, yet he’s still going to come out of this whole thing ahead. The Raiders wide receiver has multiple helmet manufacturers lined up to pay him to wear a custom-made helmet, according to ProFootballTalk. Brown has...
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Apple Arcade goes live early for some iOS 13 beta users
Can't wait to get your hands on Apple Arcade, Apple's new five-bucks-a-month game subscription service? Well, even though Apple Arcade officially goes live Thursday, it may actually be possible to access it today. Engadget writes (via Mark Gurman) that for some users of Apple's latest iOS 13 beta, Apple Arcade is already available in the App Store. I tried to get it myself, but couldn't — perhaps you'll have better luck. Apple Arcade is live (for now?) 3 days early pic.twitter.com/LOO9UA9XhM — Mark Gurman (@markgurman) September 16, 2019 It's unclear whether this gives users access to everything Apple Arcade offers, but Engadget claims users who install it can invite family members and start playing some of the games included in the package.  Read more...More about Apple, Apple Arcade, Tech, and Gaming
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Suicide bombing kills 24 at Afghan president’s rally
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A Taliban suicide bomber on a motorcycle targeted a campaign rally by President Ashraf Ghani in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, killing at least 24 people and wounding 31. Ghani was present at the venue but was unharmed, according to his campaign chief. Just hours later, an explosion struck near the U.S....
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Apple Awards iPhone Glass Supplier Corning Additional $250M From Advanced Manufacturing Fund
Apple today announced it is awarding its longtime iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch glass supplier Corning an additional $250 million from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund, building on its $200 million award in 2017. The combined $450 million investment will support Corning's research and development into "state-of-the-art glass processes, equipment and materials integral to the delivery of next-generation consumer devices," including the upcoming iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro lineup, according to Apple. Apple COO Jeff Williams:Apple and Corning's rich history dates back more than a decade, and our partnership revolutionized glass and transformed the technology industry with the first iPhone. This award underscores Apple and Corning's shared belief in the vital role that ingenuity plays in creating industry-leading products, and the pride that both companies take in applying American innovation and advanced manufacturing to solve some of the world's toughest technology challenges.Apple says it Advanced Manufacturing Fund was designed to "foster and support the innovative production and high-skill jobs that will help fuel a new era of technology-driven manufacturing" in the United States. To date, Apple has invested over $1 billion in American companies from the fund. In addition to the $450 million now awarded to Corning, other commitments already announced include $390 million to Finisar and $10 million to the joint venture Elysis working towards carbon-free aluminum smelting. Apple says it spent a collective $60 billion with 9,000 American suppliers in 2018, supporting 450,000 jobs in all 50 states and manufacturing locations in 36 states. iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max use glass manufactured at Corning's factory in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Corning has partnered with Apple since 2007 to provide glass for every generation of iPhone and Apple Watch, and many generations of iPad, all manufactured in the Harrodsburg facility. Since the iPhone launched in 2007, Apple has spent nearly $3 billion with Corning on the glass used in those devices.Tags: Corning, Advanced Manufacturing FundThis article, "Apple Awards iPhone Glass Supplier Corning Additional $250M From Advanced Manufacturing Fund" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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ISIS suspects in dangerously packed Syrian prison say they're Americans
Militia running the facility says if prisoners aren't taken back by their home countries, they'll need help preventing a potentially dangerous mass-escape
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Sensitive Personal and Financial Data of What’s Likely an Entire Country Leaked Online
Family, salary, and banking info of 20 million people found disclosed.
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The Morning After: The iPhone 11 reviews are in
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. We can finally answer your questions about what it's like to live with an iPhone 11 and if you should upgrade. Other news this morning includes Google and OnePlus planning their hardware launch events, while Net...
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Time Management Is Actually a Waste of Time
Here's how you should manage your efforts instead.
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Electric car owners to 'choose' engine sounds
Proposals by a US road safety body could see electric vehicle owners choose the noise their car makes.
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3 sales tax issues that impact YOUR investments — and they’re serious
By the end of 2019, 43 states will have completely changed the rules around collecting/remitting taxes for out-of-state sellers. Learn where the risks are.
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WeWork delays IPO after frosty investor response
WeWork owner The We Company has postponed its initial public offering (IPO), walking away from preparations to launch it this month after a lackluster response from investors to its plans.
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Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4300 electric toothbrush on sale for under £50
TL;DR: The protective Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4300 electric toothbrush is on sale for £49.99 on Amazon, saving you 64% on list price. Your smile says a lot about you, and if first impressions are so important, you owe it to yourself to invest in a toothbrush that properly looks after your pearly whites. Despite what you may have been led to believe, you don't actually have to spend big to get the best electric toothbrushes. You might not always get a device packed with artificial intelligence and app coaching, but you can still get something that sets you on the path to better dental hygiene. Read more...More about Philips, Mashable Shopping, Electric Toothbrush, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals
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Loneliness and Its Antidote on Orcas Island
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The 13 Best Cookbooks of Fall 2019
Our favorite new books of the season, selected by Food reporters and editors from The New York Times.
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In Love With ‘Wonderful Things’
Tim Walker’s fashion photography, with flaming Spitfires to prowling leopards, is going on display at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
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After Toronto, Is Tarantino Still the Oscar Favorite?
A lot of major contenders just debuted at film festivals, but none may be strong enough to dislodge the front-runner “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood.”
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Plan for huge Yorkshire mine in doubt as firm pulls £400m bond sale
Sirius Minerals says the government withdrew its support for the financing The construction of a huge fertiliser mine in the North York Moors has been thrown into doubt after the company behind it, Sirius Minerals, pulled plans for a $500m (£403m) fundraising, blaming difficult global market conditions and lack of support from the UK government.The company had already postponed the bond issue last month and chief executive Chris Fraser said “due to the ongoing poor bond market conditions” Sirius would not be able to go ahead with it. He saida request for government support was turned down. Continue reading...
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Will Brett Kavanaugh be impeached? Don’t hold your breath | Arwa Mahdawi
He is not just a supreme court justice – he has become the embodiment of a divided US. Whatever emerges about him, many conservatives will never change their opinionA year after Brett Kavanaugh’s controversial confirmation, all eyes are back on the US supreme court justice. The New York Times published “a previously unreported story” last weekend that reported that, during a party at Yale, a classmate of Kavanaugh saw friends of Kavanaugh pushing “his penis into the hand of a female student”. A number of high-profile Democrats, including Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris, are now calling for Kavanaugh to be impeached.Kavanaugh isn’t fit to preside over any court, let alone the supreme court. But, let’s face it, he isn’t going anywhere. There isn’t a hope in hell that these new allegations will get Kavanaugh impeached or compel him to resign. If anything, the bungled way in which the Times’ report was published – more on which later – may bolster support for Kavanaugh. It may even help Trump get re-elected next year. Continue reading...
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Taliban bombs kill dozens as U.S. death toll mounts in Afghanistan
American Green Beret is 17th U.S. troop killed this year in the war-torn country, as the Taliban makes good on the threat it levelled after Trump ended peace talks
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Oxycontin maker Purdue begins bankruptcy in push to settle opioid lawsuits
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP is expected in court on Tuesday to lay out its plan for using bankruptcy to resolve more than 2,600 lawsuits alleging the company fueled the U.S. opioid crisis.
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'I got the guy!' My 17-year manhunt for a $50m art criminal
For years, documentary maker Vanessa Engle has been on the trail of a notorious swindler who escaped from prison and disappeared into thin air. Then one day, the phone rang ... You probably haven’t heard of Michel Cohen. Do a search and you get Michael Cohen, the Trump fixer who went to jail. Wrong one. Though this one did go to jail too. He’s French, born in 1953 on an estate in a poor suburb of Paris and his first job was to sell the Encyclopaedia Britannica door-to-door, which he was very good at. Cohen later went to America and started selling French paté, then prints. He got into the art world, became a dealer, sold Picassos, Monets, Chagalls. For a while he lived the dream, drove fast cars, had a house in Malibu with his German wife and two kids, a chef, horses, everything. He got into the options market. That didn’t go so well, so he got into debt. Cohen started to put loans and artworks that weren’t his into the market; the hole got bigger and bigger. In the end he disappeared, having swindled the New York art world out of $50m. Continue reading...
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Kevin Hart faces $60 million lawsuit over 2017 Las Vegas hotel room recording
Kevin Hart was named in a $60 million lawsuit by Montia Sabbag from a 2017 incident in which she and Hart were filmed in a Las Vegas hotel room.       
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Source: 'High probability' Saudi attack launched from Iranian base near Iraq
Saudi and US investigators have determined "with very high probability" that the weekend attack on the Saudi oil industry was launched from an Iranian base in Iran close to the border with Iraq, according to a source familiar with the investigation.
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SPOTY to be staged in Aberdeen for first time in 2019
Aberdeen will host the BBC Sports Personality of the Year for the first time on Sunday, 15 December.
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Biden releases new Iowa digital health care ad emphasizing family
The ad is aimed at new parents and will target voters who are engaging with products for newborns
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4 strategic hiring tips for your self-funded startup
A startup has to get many things right to be successful. One of the most important ingredients in this recipe for success is hiring. Given the hectic nature of work, which might often not have immediate rewards, hires not only need to be smart but also extremely passionate about what they are building. However, the kind of talent that your startup requires varies as you scale. This problem only becomes trickier if you choose to not take up VC funding and instead bootstrap your way to growth. Because this means putting your own money into the business and being extremely… This story continues at The Next Web
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‘Russian Doll’ stunt double dishes on her favorite deaths
How do you take a hit and keep on walking? Stunt performer Becca GT knows. In this episode of “Professional Confessional,” she shares her favorite stunts from working as Natasha Lyonne’s double for Season 1 of “Russian Doll” on Netflix. Plus, find out how this dangerous job differs for men and women. From car crashes...
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Ben Stokes attacks 'despicable' Sun story about family tragedy
England cricketer says front page article about family trauma in 1980s is immoralThe England cricket player Ben Stokes has described a front page article by the Sun newspaper about a family tragedy 31 years ago as “disgusting” and “immoral”.In a statement on Twitter, Stokes said the paper’s decision to publish the story would have “grave and lifelong consequences” for his mother in particular. He also claimed the story contained a series of serious inaccuracies. Continue reading...
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Nigel Slater’s bavette with aubergines recipe
Grilled steak and aubergines is quick and tastyCut 2 large aubergines, about 350g each in weight, into 1cm slices. Lay them on a roasting tray or baking sheet. Season. Peel and thinly slice 4 cloves of garlic, scatter over the aubergine slices then pour over 8 tbsp of olive oil. Continue reading...
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Don't expect President Trump to shut up about homelessness during trip to California
As President Trump heads to California for two days of fundraising, his administration is reportedly still considering clearing homeless encampments and moving people into government-owned facilities.
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Pico and ZeroLight demo Boundless XR, untethered VR streaming from PCs
Untethering VR headsets from PCs is the next big thing in mixed reality, and the innovation will happen thanks to 60GHz Wi-Fi and 5G wireless technologies.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Back First 2020 Challenger to Sitting Democrat
The progressive congresswoman’s endorsement of Marie Newman, who is seeking to oust the conservative-leaning Representative Daniel Lipinski, reflects a careful political calculus.
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The Air Force Will Let Hackers Try to Hijack an Orbiting Satellite
At the Defcon hacking conference next year, the Air Force will bring a satellite for fun and glory.
WIRED
The Shift to Electric Vehicles Propels a Strike Against GM
Like other automakers, General Motors is preparing for a mostly electric future. The catch is that building those cars requires a lot fewer workers.
WIRED
Marketers Wanted a New Generation to Target, Hence Alphas
Members of the latest age group to emerge are barely out of diapers, and the internet is already serving them ads.
WIRED
James Cameron, Victor Vescovo, and the Saga of the Deepest* Solo Dive Ever
Vescovo says he dove deeper than Cameron. Cameron says not so fast. Perhaps only Poseidon knows for sure.
WIRED
The Browns aren’t that fun yet, but give them time
Danielle Parhizkaran-USA TODAY NETWORK While Cleveland is still hunting for an offensive identity, at least Odell Beckham Jr. can still make big plays. The Cleveland Browns are a good enough football team to easily handle one that’s not at their level. That was clear from start to finish in their 23-3 win against the Jets in Week 2. New York finished the first half with -14 (yes, negative) passing yards and couldn’t do much of anything offensively. That was largely because Jets quarterback Sam Darnold is sidelined with mono, backup Trevor Siemian had his foot twisted underneath him in the second quarter, and third-stringer Luke Falk was forced to play the majority of the game. It was also because the Browns’ defensive line controlled the line of scrimmage and gave the Jets no room to breathe. But for all the defensive success Monday night, the Cleveland offense was quiet. Outside of a couple of vintage Odell Beckham Jr. plays, the Browns never found an offensive rhythm. The same was true during the team’s 43-13 loss to the Titans in Week 1. Baker Mayfield threw three fourth-quarter interceptions and the Browns converted just one third down all game. The Cleveland hype train ran rampant all offseason and — after just two games — the team hasn’t lived up to the expectations. It’s not so much that the Browns aren’t good; they’ve just been kind of boring. While that’s been a surprise, there’s still plenty of time for it to change. The Browns’ offense looks out of sync and predictable Anticipation for the Browns’ season was high even before a trade for Beckham whipped Cleveland into a frenzy. Most of the excitement was already in place thanks to Mayfield. The 2018 No. 1 overall pick set an NFL rookie record for touchdown passes and endeared himself to Cleveland with his take-no-shit attitude. So far in 2019, though, his gunslinging style has been closer to sporadic than creative. Mayfield finished with one touchdown and three interceptions against the Titans in Week 1 and struggled with his accuracy through much of Monday night, completing 19 of his 35 passes and throwing another pick. His 68.9 passer rating for the season is currently 30th-best in the NFL among starters. His slow start has bogged down much of the offense, but he hasn’t been helped out by subpar protection from his offensive line and an underwhelming offensive gameplan either. Play-action, run-pass options, and up-tempo drives were all key elements of the Browns catching fire offensively in the back half of the 2018 season. That was expected to continue when playcaller Freddie Kitchens became head coach. Instead, the offense has been painfully vanilla and predictable. In fact, the only touchdown of the night for Mayfield was an 89-yard touchdown pass to Beckham that wasn’t called by Kitchens. “It was a called run, and then and adjustment by Baker and Odell.”Browns HC Freddie Kitchens explains Odell Beckham’s 89-yard touchdown catch.https://t.co/8azcNxTE3n pic.twitter.com/S88v8lKxKI— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) September 17, 2019 That touchdown was one of two dazzling highlights from Beckham, who has at least provided optimism that this offense will get rolling eventually. Odell Beckham Jr. is still a star The Browns’ most significant investment of the offseason was trading a first-round pick, third-round pick, and Jabrill Peppers for Beckham. He showed Monday why he’s worth every bit out of that trade package. On the first drive of the game, Beckham made the kind of one-handed grab that has become his signature play in the NFL. Uhhh... @obj: #CLEvsNYJ on ESPN: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch on mobile: https://t.co/ESIacEHjwJ pic.twitter.com/GUNGLPqyur— NFL (@NFL) September 17, 2019 Later, he took a quick slant 89 yards for a touchdown, another type of play he has made a staple of his game: Mama there goes that man again! @bakermayfield ➡️ @obj = 89 YARD TD❗️: #CLEvsNYJ on ESPN: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch on mobile: https://t.co/ESIacEHjwJ pic.twitter.com/zeBHXhLPJc— NFL (@NFL) September 17, 2019 The latter — as Kitchens said — came on a called run that was changed by Mayfield and Beckham. At the end of the game, Beckham had 161 receiving yards on just six receptions. It was a more explosive performance than his seven-catch, 71-yard Browns debut, and he also produced the kind of buzz moments we expected to see all season long from Cleveland. Beckham isn’t the only player on the Browns who can make the offense must-watch TV, either. Jarvis Landry, Nick Chubb, and David Njoku are all capable of chunk plays, and Mayfield is as thrilling as any quarterback in the NFL when he’s on his game. They’re all too talented to continue being boring. While the Browns are still soul-searching on offense, this team is full of personality and is primed to be America’s darling if it finally can figure things out on field. I mean ... how can you not want to root for this group? B • R • O • W • N • S (2019) pic.twitter.com/sMyCJYHj0w— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) September 17, 2019 The Browns still have a chance at becoming who we already thought they were: the NFL’s most entertaining team. Just give them a little more time to put it all together.
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On This Day 17 September 1983
Vanessa Williams became the first African American to win the title of Miss America. (Sept. 17)      
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U.S. spending on kids is at its lowest level in 12 years
By 2020, interest payments on the national debt is forecast to exceed government spending on children
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Saudi Aramco pursues IPO planning despite attack damage doubts
Saudi Aramco is pressing ahead with its listing plans this week, although some investors and analysts doubt it can now meet its timeline as it has not said when oil output will be restored after attacks on its facilities.
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Apple Says EU-Ireland Tax Order 'Defies Reality and Common Sense'
Apple on Tuesday argued that the European Union's order for it to pay 13 billion euros ($14.3 billion) in back taxes to Ireland "defies reality and common sense," as it kicked off its legal challenge against the ruling. According to Reuters, Apple also said the European Commission was using its powers "to retrofit changes to national law," which would create legal uncertainty for businesses. Apple sent a six-person delegation led by its CFO Luca Maestri to the two-day court hearing taking place over Tuesday and Wednesday in Luxembourg. The company is arguing the same case that CEO Tim Cook made in a public letter about the tax ruling three years ago; namely, that Apple follows the law and pays all the taxes it owes in every country where it operates, including Ireland. Apple also argues that nearly all of its research and development takes place in the United States, which is where the company pays the majority of its taxes. "The Commission contends that essentially all of Apple's profits from all of its sales outside the Americas must be attributed to two branches in Ireland," Apple's lawyer Daniel Beard told the court. He said the fact the iPhone, the iPad, the App Store, other Apple products and services and key intellectual property rights were developed in the United States, and not in Ireland, showed the flaws in the Commission's case. "The branches' activities did not involve creating, developing or managing those rights. Based on the facts of this case, the primary line defies reality and common sense," Beard said. "The activities of these two branches in Ireland simply could not be responsible for generating almost all of Apple's profits outside the Americas."In 2016, the European Commission found Apple received illegal state aid from Ireland. Apple and Ireland both appealed the ruling, but the European Commission opened litigation against Ireland in October 2017 for its failure to procure Apple's back taxes, and Apple has already almost finished paying the back taxes it owes. If the order is overturned, the money will be returned to Apple. Tag: Apple-Ireland tax caseThis article, "Apple Says EU-Ireland Tax Order 'Defies Reality and Common Sense'" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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Neil Patrick Harris destroys Constance Wu in a magic trick contest
Neil Patrick Harris is a man of many talents. He acts, he writes children's books, and it turns out he can bust out a pretty mean card trick when the occasion requires it. During an appearance on James Corden's The Late Late Show, he goes head-to-head with Hustlers star Constance Wu in a mini magic-off. Wu's trick is more of a joke than an actual trick, but Harris' involves some old school card-guessing that will have you scratching your head and jumping back through the video to hunt for clues. Read more... More about James Corden, Neil Patrick Harris, The Late Late Show With James Corden, Constance Wu, and Entertainment
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NFL Power Rankings for Week 2: Surprise 49ers are surging
Two weeks into the 2019 NFL season, only 10 of 32 teams remain unbeaten. One of those, the Lions, settled for a tie in their opener. The biggest early surprise at 2-0 has to be Jimmy Garoppolo and the improved 49ers, who zoomed upward a dozen spots this week into the top 10 after The...
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Google Home speakers can now make mobile calls, starting in Australia
For two years, Google Home users have been able to place calls from their smart speakers using the built-in VoIP functionality. From today that function is available using mobile service too, with Australian mobile provider Telstra becoming the first...
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Alder/Clayton/Johnston/Newby/Baillieu review – Britten's song cycles open new season
Wigmore Hall, LondonFour singers brought nuance, intimacy and flair to this all-Britten gala Benjamin Britten’s songs and chamber music are a feature of the autumn programme at the Wigmore Hall, and the new season opened with an all-Britten evening. This gala featured four of his song cycles, with a different singer for each and pianist James Baillieu as the common denominator between them.The cycles were performed in descending order of voice type, and so it happened that the earliest of the four, On This Island Op 11, the 1937 settings for soprano of poems by WH Auden, began the evening, and the latest, Songs and Proverbs of William Blake Op 74 for baritone, from 1965, ended it. That drew attention nicely to the stylistic distance that Britten’s songwriting travelled over the intervening years, and especially to the way the role of the piano in the cycles increased in significance and independence, as Baillieu’s perceptive playing underlined. Continue reading...
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Tyler, the Creator review – hero's welcome for rap's heartbroken dandy
Brixton Academy, LondonAt his first UK show since a travel ban from Theresa May was overturned, Tyler, the Creator’s lovely, submissive neo-soul tracks segue into pyro and moshpits‘Fuck Theresa May!” The chants from the crowd begin after just one track of Tyler, the Creator’s first London show since 2015. They’re not voicing their disdain for her inability to sell an EU deal to parliament but the fact that as home secretary, she barred Tyler from performing in the UK due to his lyrical content which, it was claimed, promoted terrorism and homophobia.While his button-pushing use of the word “faggot” no doubt grated, the ban was ludicrously draconian and didn’t countenance that even his most offensive songs were cartoonish and played with persona. Tyler clearly believes there was a racial element at play: “It’s been four years since they let my dark skin in this country”, he tells the crowd. Continue reading...
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This could be Apple’s new triple-camera iPad Pro
Sonny Dickson Apple appears to be readying new iPad Pro devices with a triple-camera system on the rear similar to the iPhone 11 Pro. Rumors of the triple-camera iPad system first emerged earlier this year, and now Sonny Dickson is revealing what that might look like ahead of Apple’s rumored October event. The rear of the new iPad Pro includes a triple-camera housing that looks very similar to the one found on the iPhone 11 Pro, and the device is reportedly a “final design mockup.” Dickson previously revealed iPhone 11 case renders earlier this year. If Apple is upgrading its cameras on the iPad Pro then it could mean the tablets no longer lag behind their iPhone counterparts. Current iPad Pro models use a camera system that’s similar to last year’s iPhone XR, and a new iPad Pro with the same iPhone 11 Pro triple-camera system would allow creatives to shoot high quality 4K videos and edit them directly on the device. The mockup device doesn’t include the glass cover found on the iPhone 11 Pro, and Dickson notes it could be a change or “just a minor omission in a device intended to showcase the final physical form of the device.” Sonny Dickson We haven’t heard many other rumors about the potential iPad Pro refresh, but Bloomberg did report that both the 11- and 12.9-inch models will get “similar upgrades to the iPhones, gaining upgraded cameras and faster processors.” With the iPhone 11 Pro announced and even reviewed, we’ll likely see a lot more rumors about Apple’s iPad Pro in the coming weeks.
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France cannot say at this stage if there will be Brexit deal: Macron's office
France cannot say at this stage if there will be a Brexit deal or not, said an official from President Emmanuel Macron's office, who added that France was yet to receive precise proposals regarding Brexit from the United Kingdom.
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Emerald isles: Ireland's most beautiful islands
The coastline around Ireland is scattered with hundreds of islands. How to choose? Here are 10 of the most beautiful from Skellig Michael to Cape Clear.
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