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fixtures: Who Says Old-Fashioned Street Photography Is Dead?

Jean Andre Antoine uses a camera from 1947 and spends nearly every day working the same SoHo block.
Tags: Photography, News, New York City, Antoine, Jean Andre, Jean Andre Antoine


75 Best Travel Quotes To Inspire Your Wanderlust (Ultimate List)

Best Inspirational Travel Quotes Of All Time Inspirational Travel Quotes Are these the best travel quotes of all time? Feed your wanderlust with these inspirational travel quotes from famous travelers along with beautiful images you can share. Let the adventure begin! I’m slightly embarrassed to say that I love inspirational travel quotes. These memorable travel quotes accompanied by stunning photography have the ability to capture little moments of clarity that highlight truths about trave...
Tags: Ray Bradbury, Afghanistan, United States, Travel Quotes, Travel Inspiration, Tim Cahill, Roy, Banksy, Mark Twain, Iceland, Nicaragua, Road, Jack Kerouac, Frost, Travel Tips, Antoine


Pope Francis urges Moroccan Christians against converting others

Pope Francis on Sunday warned Catholics in Morocco against trying to convert others to boost their small numbers, during a rare visit by a pontiff to the North African country. Speaking in Rabat's cathedral on his second day in the Moroccan capital, Francis insisted trying to convert people to one's own belief "always leads to an impasse". "Please, no proselytism!" he told an audience of around 400, who greeted the pope's arrival by ululating and applauding, while hundreds more gathe...
Tags: News, Morocco, Pope Francis, Catholic, Francis, Antoine, Rabat, John Paul II, Mohammed VI, Caritas, ALBERTO PIZZOLI, Social Services Credit


Antoine Griezmann’s sister comments on Barcelona rumours

The sister of Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann, Maud, has commented on rumours linking the player to FC Barcelona. His sister, who is also his representative, has announced the 27-year-old’s plans for when he returns from international duty with France. Griezmann’s sister: “We will sit down altogether when he returns” MADRID, SPAIN – FEBRUARY 20: Antoine Griezmann of Atletico Madrid (C) celebrates victory following the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg match between Club At...
Tags: France, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, Champions League, Argentina, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Jose Mourinho, Sergio Aguero, Iceland, Moldova, Antoine, Antoine Griezmann, Madrid Spain


Louise de Marillac

(Statue of Louise de Marillac at the Musée des Instruments de Médecine des Hôpitaux de Toulouse in Toulouse, France, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons .)   Readings for the feast day of Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac, Friday, March 15, 2019:   Psalm 37:19-42 1 Samuel 2:2–10 Matthew 25:31-46   How many of us look back at a choice we had earlier in life and say, “Woulda, shoulda, coulda,” thinking it’s a done deal we’ll never get the chance again? The life of Louise de M...
Tags: Religion, Toulouse, Antoine, Matthew, Vincent, Samuel, Toulouse France, Louise, Vincent de Paul, Michel, St Vincent de Paul, Speaking to the Soul, Maria Evans, Kirksville MO, Daughters of Charity, Marie de Medici


'My hand was hanging from my wrist': gilets jaunes protesters mutilated by police weapons

Antoine lost his hand during a gilets jaunes (yellow vest) protest in Bordeaux. On the same day Patrice lost the sight in his right eye in Paris. They share their stories as the French police come under scrutiny for using explosive weapons against protesters Continue reading...
Tags: Protest, France, World news, Disability, Paris, Antoine, Bordeaux, Patrice


​'​My hand​ was​ ​hanging from my wrist​'​:​ Gilet jaunes protesters mutilated by police weapons

Antoine lost his hand during a gilets jaunes or yellow vest protest in Bordeaux. On the same day Patrice lost the sight in his right eye in Paris. They share their stories as the French police come under scrutiny for using explosive weapons against protesters Continue reading...
Tags: Protest, France, World news, Paris, Antoine, Bordeaux, Patrice


Another little night walk

I took a nice little night walk again, maybe less spectacular to the eyes than my recent walk along the Seine River (see here). I started at Place de la Bastille (see previous posts). The Bastille Opera has since the end of last year an illumination, named “Saturnales”. Why this name? Why not - “Saturnalia” was some kind of Roman winter celebration, in December, a short period of great festivities, when even the slaves had some kind of limited freedom…     I continued...
Tags: Travel, Paris, Antoine, Mozart, Figaro, Seine River, Paris 4, Saint Paul Saint Louis church, Sainte Marie, PeterParis, Pierre Beaumarchais, Marché Sainte Catherine


Another little night walk

I made again a nice little night walk, maybe less spectacular to the eyes than my recent walk along the Seine River (see here). I started at Place de la Bastille (see previous posts). The Bastille Opera has since the end of last year an illumination, named “Saturnales”. Why this name? Why not - “Saturnalia” was some kind of Roman winter, December, celebration, a short period of great festivities, when also the slaves had some kind of limited freedom…     I continued a...
Tags: Travel, Paris, Antoine, Mozart, Figaro, Seine River, Paris 4, Saint Paul Saint Louis church, Sainte Marie, PeterParis, Pierre Beaumarchais, Marché Sainte Catherine


Valentines Day 2019 & A Whole New Macaron

I know it’s Valentines Day today, so let's get this over quickly. Happy Valentines Day, yadda, yadda, yadda, I love you, yadda, yadda, yadda, and hope you are spending it with your loved one(s), yadda, yadda, yadda.  Now on to more  important  subjects.  Just when I thought I have seen and tasted every variation and flavor of macarons, from caviar to foie gras to black licorice, a reinvention comes along to tip the macaron cart.   Last month I passed Fromagerie Beillevaire on ...
Tags: Travel, America, Paris, Columbus, Antoine, Pierre Herme, Richard Nahem, Pastry & Chocolate, Food & Gourmet Shops, Eye Prefer Paris Fromagerie Beillevaire, Saint Paul Check, Beillevaire


Colts All-Pro LB Leonard, Bears RB Cohen honored

ATLANTA (AP) — Darius Leonard, the AP’s Defensive Rookie of the Year, and Tarik Cohen have been honored by the Black College Football Hall of Fame as their top pro players for 2018. The award, announced Wednesday, recognizes the most outstanding professional football player from a historically black college and university. Arizona Cardinals safety Antoine […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, Arizona Cardinals, Antoine, Black, Cohen, Tarik Cohen, Darius Leonard, Black College Football Hall of Fame


Canadian Eastern Championships: Weekend Wrap-up

Julien Locke leading a sprint heat. (Photo: Bob Smithson) The NorAm series went to Duntroon, Ontario, for the Canadian Eastern Championships: three days of varied weather, new race formats, and new faces on the podium, all hosted by Highlands Trailblazers. Easterns is possibly the most storied ski race in Canada. Most years, it is the largest FIS event in North America. This year, the Polar Vortex froze out the travel ambitions for many families and lower budgets in the post-Olympic season p...
Tags: Polar Vortex, US, Toronto, Sport, Canada, Racing, Williams, Skiing, North America, Jack, Mia, Ccc, Antoine, Fis, Highlands, Shields


Hidden Streams: Werner Herzog, Paul Schrader, and Other Streaming Gems

(Welcome to Hidden Streams , a column focused on the best older movies available to stream on your favorite services, including Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and more.) The death of FilmStruck might make it harder for cinephiles to dig those older hidden gems out of the overwhelming piles of streaming titles. From lesser-known classics to cult favorites, we’ve put together a handy guide to some of the best older films you can stream on the various platforms. In this edition of Hidden Streams, yo...
Tags: Amazon, England, Texas, Movies, Abc, California, Features, David Bowie, Giorgio Moroder, Quentin Tarantino, Seattle, Jay, Denver, Antoine, Alice, Bell


30 Valentines Day Quotes to Share with Those You Love

Share these Valentines Day quotes with that special person. You might also like these friendship quotes to let your special friend know how you feel. Valentines Day Quotes Valentine’s Day is precisely what the spirit needs. It is hot chocolate for the soul. It is a bright splash of color on a stark white canvas. The day reminds us to reaffirm our love, or perhaps to give voice to that which has remained unsaid.  Dorothy Denneen Volo If I had a flower for every time I thought of you … I could ...
Tags: Quotes, Crafts, Valentine's Day, Charles, Albert Camus, Jodi Picoult, Antoine, Corinthians, Valentine, Judy Garland, Nicholas Sparks, Joan Crawford, Helen Keller, Katherine Hepburn, Jackson Brown, Mahatma Gandhi


BETC Creates Heartwarming Film for Disneyland Paris

There's a place where all the magic of Disney - its enchanting tales and its incredible stories - exists for real: Disneyland Paris.For the launch of the brand’s new signature “Where Magic Gets Real”, has produced a heartwarming fairytale film, reminding us of the wonders of Disneyland Paris and why it is such a magical destination for children over the world.The film that launches throughout the European market, follows the epic and moving adventure of a little wild duckling who, after stumbl...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, Disney, Disneyland, Donald Duck, Antoine, Disneyland Paris, Alexandra, BETC, BETC Paris, Anne Laure Brunner Marion Gondeau Pauline, Antoinette Beatson, Christophe ClapierART, Julien LefèvreASSISTANT


New Reader

I always believe that woman that loves to read is beautiful. I have been a fan of reading in middle school wherein I am a member of young librarian club. The first book that I have read was Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird." My personal favorite is The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. I am currently reading "The Hate U Give" by Angie Thomas. See you guys around!
Tags: Books, Introduce Yourself, Harper Lee, Antoine, Angie Thomas See


The Best Neighborhoods in Paris: Where to Stay on Your Visit

Posted: 12/16/2018 | December 16th, 2018 Paris. The city of lights. With 20 arrondissements (neighborhoods) and thousands of hotels, hostels, and apartments, finding the best place to stay in Paris can be a bit of a challenge. What’s the best overall neighboorhood? What’s the cheapest neighboorhood in Paris? Where do all the cool kids stay? Where’s a good spot for families? What’s close the city center? There are a lot of questions. Over the course of dozens of visits to Paris, I’ve stayed all...
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Netflix, Austria, Paris, Luxembourg, Eiffel Tower, Ducks, Notre Dame, Antoine, Chinatown, Opera House, Montmartre, Seine, Romans


Antoine Griezmann ties mascot's laces as Champions League anthem plays

Antoine's Griezmann's mascot could barely have looked happier as the Atletico Madrid star tied his shoelaces for him. As well as being a darn fine footballer, Antoine Griezmann proved that he is also a careful and considerate soul before Atletico Madrid's Champions League match against Monaco. As the camera panned down the Atleti players before kick-off, Griezmann -- an ever-present in Diego Simeone's side -- was conspicuous by his absence. However, a quick pan revealed that ...
Tags: France, Football, Sport, Atletico Madrid, Monaco, Antoine, Blog Post, Blog - The Toe Poke, Antoine Griezmann, Griezmann, Spanish Primera Division


Paris hospital halts stool study after donor deluge

A Paris hospital which made a public appeal for stool samples for a study on intestinal diseases said Friday it had suspended the project after being inundated by donors hoping for an easy 50 euros. "We had to cancel the call for donors and halt the study because it had gotten out of control," professor Harry Sokol, the gastroenterologist leading the study at the Saint-Antoine hospital, told AFP. Originally donors were sought via posters at the hospital and at medical schools, offering compens...
Tags: Science, Paris, Antoine, Afp, Harry Sokol


Vietnam ease past Malaysia as Myanmar fight back against Laos

Vietnam maintained their perfect start to the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup on Friday as Park Hang-seo's side beat Malaysia 2-0 at Hanoi's My Dinh Stadium. Nguyen Cong Phuong and Nguyen Anh Duc found the back of the net for the Vietnamese, who move level in Group A on six points from two games with Myanmar at the top of the standings after Antoine Hey's team came back from a goal down to defeat Laos 3-1. Malaysia also have six points but have played one game more. The top two nations in the...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Malaysia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, Antoine, Aff Cup, Hanoi, Nguyen Cong Phuong, Nguyen Anh Duc


Canucks’ Roussel Will Be a Fan Favourite

The Vancouver Canucks made it their goal in the offseason to add some grit and some veterans to their roster. They did that by signing Jay Beagle, Tim Schaller and Antoine Roussel, who is going to be a fan favourite in Vancouver. Until last season with the Dallas Stars, Roussel had been a consistent 25-30-point player, but his true value is his physicality, which the Canucks desperately need. They’ve got him inked for four seasons, so they’re hoping he can be a major piece of their development m...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Stars, Dallas, Hockey, NHL, Michael Matheson, Antoine, Florida Panthers, Vancouver Canucks, Canucks, Ken Hitchcock, Antoine Roussel, Jim Benning, Brandon Sutter, Mike Heika


Board Question #91707: What are the five best books you've ever read? (Let's ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,What are the five best books you've ever read? (Let's exclude religious canon from this list, for the sake of everyone not feeling like they have to list The Book of Mormon.)-Raskolnikov A: Dear Raskal, 1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. This book reads like a breath of heaven; it's full of wisdom and seeing beyond present circumstances to the ever constant beauty beneath. 2. The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. I love this book for how it makes me consider more fully the...
Tags: Wikipedia, Neil Gaiman, Ray Bradbury, Nasa, Corrie Ten Boom, United States, Alaska, Harry Potter, Diana, Harper Lee, Joseph Heller, Saturn, Les Miserables, Toni Morrison, BYU, John Green


How to Turn Your Website Wishes into an Actionable Plan

“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry The first step in ensuring your company’s website overhaul is a success is to create a plan, which includes both people and strategy. Corporate websites are not built by individuals. They are complex projects requiring multiple skill sets. And, you need to have a clear strategy in place, so the project doesn’t go off the rails. Building Your Team It takes a village to raise a child. It takes a team to create a website. Let’s ta...
Tags: Marketing, Antoine, B2b, Digital Marketing, Consumer, KPI


Exclusive: ‘Invisible Essence: The Little Prince’ Trailer Chronicles the Legacy of a Classic

First published in 1943, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince has been translated into 300 languages, sold nearly two million copies annually, and has become one of the best-selling books in history. The new documentary Invisible Essence: The Little Prince attempts to get to the heart of what makes this story so special. Below, we have the exclusive debut of the Invisible Essence: The Little Prince trailer and poster. Invisible Essence: The Little Prince Trailer “Apart from the ...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, New York Times, Movie Trailers, Antoine, Mark Osborne, Olivier, Francois, Invisible Essence The Little Prince, Charles Officer, Rupi Kaur Poet


Antoine Griezmann convinced me to join Atletico Madrid - Thomas Lemar

Atleitco Madrid's Diego Simeone insists his team will need time to gel this season after what was a limited pre-season before they can be at their best. Thomas Lemar has said France teammate Antoine Griezmann's decision to stay at Atletico Madrid and his praise for the club helped convince him to join them. Lemar became Atletico's most expensive signing when he arrived from Monaco in a €70 million deal this summer. "It's obvious that chat from Antoine and also from Lucas Hern...
Tags: France, Football, Sport, Story, Atletico Madrid, Monaco, Antoine, Antoine Griezmann, Diego Simeone, Atletico, Marca, Thomas Lemar, Lemar, Spanish Primera Division, Lucas Hernández, Atleitco Madrid


Matthew Cutter's Playlist for His Book "Closer You Are"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Matthew Cutter's Closer You Are is a definitive biography of Robert Pollard and his band Guided By Voices that fans of the band, indie music, and popular culture will enjoy. Kirkus...
Tags: Music, David, Michigan, Las Vegas, Bob, West Coast, Antoine, Venus, Kfc, Robert Pollard, Bobby, Kirkus, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Dayton, Pollard, Richard Davies


At Long Beach fest, ‘Everyone here is here for the same thing, the love of jazz’

By Louis Casiano, contributing reporter The heat wasn’t enough to keep the crowds away from Rainbow Lagoon Park on Sunday for the last day of the 31st Long Beach Jazz Festival. Spectators flowed into the event space as soon as the gates opened at 11 a.m. and the grounds were almost completely packed several hours later. Almost everyone who didn’t buy an assigned seat brought beach blankets, tents or lawn chairs. Carlos and Sandy Alexander, 62 and 63, respectively, are 10-year loyal attendees of ...
Tags: Music, Florida, News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Local News, Antoine, Compton, Lee, Carlos, Carson, Irvine


On Long Beach fest’s closing day, ‘Everyone here is here for the same thing, the love of jazz’

By Louis Casiano, contributing reporter The heat wasn’t enough to keep the crowds away from Rainbow Lagoon Park on Sunday for the last day of the 31st Long Beach Jazz Festival. Edwin Livingston performs during the Long Beach Jazz Festival at Rainbow Lagoon Park on Sunday, August 12, 2018. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) The 31st Annual Long Beach Jazz Festival at Rainbow Lagoon Park on Sunday, August 12, 2018. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) ...
Tags: Music, Florida, News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Local News, Antoine, Compton, Lee, Carlos, Carson, Irvine


Don’t miss these 3 acts at the 2018 Long Beach Jazz Festival

For fans of jazz, the Long Beach Jazz Festival is known as the place to go if you want a little bit of it all, from R&B, Latin, and funk, to smooth and straight-ahead subgenres. Once again the three-day festival will deliver that diversity when it returns to Rainbow Lagoon in Long Beach Aug.10-12 with a lineup featuring more than a dozen musicians. It will be a full weekend of music, so just to give you a taste of the diverse jazz lineup, here’s our can’t miss artist for each day. Friday Aug.10 ...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Stevie Wonder, Long Beach, Music Festivals, Coachella, Baltimore, Antoine, Café Tacvba, Cranston, Idyllwild, Fontana, Pines


Nia Wilson & The Media's Portrayal Of Black Women As "Less Innocent" Victims

On Monday during a broadcast report about the murder of Nia Wilson, an 18-year-old Black woman who was stabbed to death at a Bay Area Rapid Transit train station, local Oakland station KTVU showed a photo of Wilson holding what appeared to be a gun. (Wilson was in fact holding a gun-shaped phone case.)Wilson and her sister were attacked seemingly at random by convicted felon John Lee Cowell, a white man with a history of violence. But a casual viewer may have seen the photo of Wilson — which KT...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Milwaukee, America, Gwen Ifill, Oakland, Patterson, Antoine, Wilson, NIA, Bay Area Rapid Transit, Elizabeth Smart, Ivanka Trump, KTVU, Jamila, National Association of Black Journalists NABJ