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“They can truly kick me out in the middle of the night, from a hotel for giving a review of three and five?” Leger asked the police officer. “And he says, ‘yes, ma'am. It’s within the law.’” (Thanks to B&C)
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A grandmother and her 6-year-old granddaughter were kicked out of a Georgia hotel in their pajamas after leaving a 3-star review, a report says said it had temporarily removed the hotel from its site while it conducted an investigation.S3studio/Getty Images A grandmother told WXIA a Georgia hotel kicked her out after she left a three-star review. Shortly after flagging problems with the pool and toilet, police told her to leave, she said., where she left the review, has since removed the establishment from its site. A grandmother and her six-year-old granddaughter were kicked out of a Georgia hotel after leaving...
Tags: Travel, News, Trends, Georgia, Hotel, Retail, Wyndham, Hospitality,, Baymont, Baymont Inn, WXIA, Leger, William Barrett, Vyas, Helen Georgia

A woman and her 6-year-old granddaughter were kicked out of a Georgia hotel in their pajamas after leaving a 3-star review, a report says

Helen, Georgia, is located close to Yonah Mountain.SeanPavonePhoto/Getty Images A grandmother told WXIA that a Georgia hotel kicked her out after she left a three-star review. Shortly after she flagged problems with the pool and toilet, police told her to leave, she said., where she left the review, has since removed the establishment from its site. A woman and her 6-year-old granddaughter were kicked out of a Georgia hotel after leaving a three-star review, a report by the local n...
Tags: Travel, News, Trends, Georgia, Hotel, Retail, Wyndham, Hospitality,, Baymont Inn Suites, Baymont, WXIA, Leger, William Barrett, Vyas, Helen Georgia

Karen Kurczynski—Jorn on Functionalism as Totalitarian

Kurczynski, The Art and Politics of Asger Jorn p. 34—on "collective creativity" and the "open work" Given the context of Jorn's extra-painterly concerns in the early 1940s, the idea of openness implicit in the indeterminate compositional process also takes on social and political dimensions. Openness to the new would become one of Jorn's central artistic themes. He argues in Held og Hasard that curiosity about the new and unknown is the beginning of all aesthetic activity. Is this orientation ...
Tags: Art, Jazz, Public Art, Nancy, Le Corbusier, Leger, Murals, Stefan Kac, DeBord, Jorn, Asger Jorn, Urbanism And Urbanists, Functionalism And Functionalists, From A Notebook, Jorn (asger, Kurczynski (karen

Target Number One review – gritty thriller about Canadian junkie caught in Thai sting

Antoine Olivier Pilon and Josh Hartnett are on good form as a heroin addict caught in police trap and the journalist who reports on the casePulpy, structurally a touch otiose, but eminently watchable throughout, this based-on-real-events crime drama tells two entwined stories. One is about a French-Canadian drug addict called Daniel Legér (Antoine Olivier Pilon, from Xavier Dolan’s Mommy), a stand-in for actual historical figure Alain Olivier, who becomes the entrapped fall guy for a disastrous ...
Tags: Film, Americas, World news, Culture, Thailand, Canada, Asia Pacific, Vancouver, Xavier Dolan, Josh Hartnett, Leger, Thrillers (film, Crime films, Antoine Olivier Pilon, Victor Malarek, Daniel Legér Antoine Olivier Pilon

The time to enter the digital era is now!

We ran across an interesting CTV News article recently that talked about how COVID-19 is changing Canadians’ lifestyles. Referencing polling by market research firm Leger, the piece noted that, “the pandemic has acted as a springboard for the digital era.” First-timers on the digital frontier That’s probably not a surprise to anyone reading our blog. But something we found a bit more eye-popping from Leger’s Executive Vice President Christian Bourque was: Since the start of the pandemic, 55 ...
Tags: Marketing, Canada, Statista, CTV News, Leger, Bourque, Christian Bourque, COVID, Statista Getting

smarter networks through better narratives

Leadership in a networked world is making our networks and communities smarter so they are able to make better-informed decisions. In early 2020 New Brunswick’s Education Minister, Dominic Cardy, worked very hard to make his network smarter. “When Canada’s chief public health official, Dr. Theresa Tam, was talking about there being no need to “panic,” and raising alarms instead about the internet-wacko fringe targeting Canadians of Chinese descent with racist comments on social media in late Jan...
Tags: UK, Democracy, Canada, New Brunswick, Complexity, MMR, Green Party, Bill, eLearning, Cbc, MLA, Ontario Canada, Jacques Poitras, Progressive Conservative, Cipolla, Leger

Trudeau promises to push police body-cameras with premiers to aid 'transparency'

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday he will push provincial premiers to equip police with body-worn cameras as a rapid, substantive solution to allegations of racism and brutality.The cameras document police officers' interactions with the public and Trudeau says they're one relatively simple way to address complaints that police in Canada treat racialized people unfairly.Trudeau was speaking Monday in response to several incidents across the country, including allegatio...
Tags: News, Minneapolis, First Nations, Canada, British Columbia, Alberta, Ottawa, Justin Trudeau, Ontario, Tam, Trudeau, Ontario Provincial Police, Floyd, RCMP, Mounties, The Canadian Press

Is COVID-19 baby boom a myth? How relationships might be tested during the pandemic

CALGARY — As Canadians face the possibility of being alone with their significant other for the foreseeable future, some say marital discord is more likely than the kind of intimacy that would lead to a baby boom nine months from now.Disaster sometimes brings people closer together — pregnancy rates were up slightly following 9/11, and after the well documented power blackout in New York in 1977 the city experienced a small surge in the birthrate.But that's unlikely to happen here, says Tom...
Tags: New York, News, China, Toronto, Canada, Calgary, The Canadian Press, McCormack, Leger, Shulman, Joanne Ginter, Sundancer Psychological Services, Bill Graveland, Tom McCormack, Metro Economics in Burlington Ont, Laura Paris

An Interactive Social Network of Abstract Artists: Kandinsky, Picasso, Brancusi & Many More

Who's your favorite abstract artist? Some of us, if we like early abstraction, might name a painter like Wassily Kandinsky, some a composer like Arnold Schoenberg, some a poet like Guillaume Apollinaire, and some, even, a photographer like Alfred Stieglitz. When we answer a question like this, we tend to consider each artist, and each artist's body of work, in isolation. But when we talk about artistic movements, especially one overarching and influential as abstraction, all names, all painting...
Tags: Google, Art, New York, College, History, Moscow, Steve Martin, Pablo Picasso, Cia, Paul Klee, Seoul, Wassily Kandinsky, Jackson Pollock, Moma, Manet, Facebook Twitter

John Legere To Step Down As T-Mobile CEO Next Year

T-Mobile President and COO Mike Sievert will succeed John Legere as CEO on May 1, 2020, the company announced Monday. CNBC reports: Sievert has been the heir apparent as Legere was expected to step down as CEO once T-Mobile's merger with Sprint is completed. Legere's contract ends on April 30, 2020, according to the announcement. Leger tweeted Monday that the decision "has been under development for a long time." When T-Mobile and Sprint first announced their intention to merge in April 2018, th...
Tags: Tech, Sprint, WeWork, Wall Street Journal, Cnbc, John Legere, T Mobile, Legere, Adam Neumann, Leger, Mike Sievert, Sievert

How to Stay Healthy When You Travel to Mexico and the Caribbean

No one likes to get sick, especially while on a vacation away from home, even more so in a country where you don’t speak the language. Perhaps you’ve planned the holiday six months out, anticipating time on a beach, not beside a hotel room toilet. If you don’t get many vacation days, getting sick is even harder to stomach. Fortunately most food you eat is safe Is Canada a No Vacation Nation? As a Canadian I think of myself as lucky when it comes to vacation time. But if I look at a 2017 E...
Tags: Travel, Health, Japan, Australia, Mexico, Canada, United States, Ireland, New Zealand, Brazil, Vaccines, British Columbia, Alberta, Caribbean, Expedia, La Paz

Museum Dedicated to Fernand Léger and André Mare Set to Open this Summer in Normandy

A new museum dedicated to the work of Fernand Léger and André Mare is expected to open in Argentan, Normandy this June, Artforum reports. Housed in the childhood home of Léger, at 6 rue de l’Hotel de Ville will undergo a $1.5 million renovation. “[Léger and Mare’s] shared love for painting and drawing was to strengthen a sincere friendship that would […]
Tags: Art, News, Normandy, Art News, Minipost, Leger, Fernand Léger, André Mare, Argentan Normandy, rue de l'Hotel de Ville

Chaplain injured in synagogue mass shooting out of hospital

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Pittsburgh hospital says the 70-year-old chaplain shot during the Tree of Life synagogue mass shooting has been discharged from the hospital. Daniel Leger, who is a nurse and chaplain at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, was released from the hospital Tuesday. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports Leger was shot in the torso […]
Tags: News, Ap, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Leger, Nation & World, Daniel Leger

Col de St. Leger and Auvare

My Steel Wheeler friend Tim kindly hosted three of us in his home in Sigale (Alpes-Maritimes) for a few rides. This part of the south French Alps is completely new to me. This post is the fourth of our four rides in the region (in addition to a dawn ascent of Bonette). The plan: cycle two very quiet climbs beside and above the La Roudoule river and its gorge. This post is the pink route on the map below. See here for the orange route: 5 cols and 3 clues. See here for the blue route: 3 Cols...
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Alps, St Leger, French Alps, Tim, Laval, Leger, Maritimes, La Croix, Bikemap, Steel Wheeler, Sigale Alpes Maritimes, Auvare, Saint-leger, La Roudoule

Jerry Leger - Nonsense & Heartache

I had the good fortune of seeing Jerry Leger & The Situation live in Toronto recently. They have a strong local following for their regular gig at Castro's Lounge in the Beaches area of town. While guitarist and pedal steel player James McKie was not in attendance, the band plays well as a trio and it was  an excellent show. The band pulled heavily from Leger's most recent double album "Nonsense & Heartache," which I highly recommend. The album was produced by Cowboy Junkies guitarist M...
Tags: Europe, US, Toronto, America, Canada, Ireland, Guitars, Gigs, Castro, Cowboy Junkies, Michael Timmins, Leger, Wikipedia Amazon, Jerry Leger, James McKie, Germany Sweden Norway UK

Casey House Launches First-Ever HIV+ Eatery in Toronto to Bring Awareness of Stigma

Casey House, Canada’s first and only stand-alone hospital for people living with HIV/AIDS, is taking a bold step forward in their ongoing effort to eradicate HIV/AIDS by igniting a conversation around the stigma that people living with HIV/AIDS experience. The new campaign, Break Bread Smash Stigma, comes with the launch of a state-of-the-art facility, a study revealing shocking statistics around Canadians’ perceptions of people living with HIV/AIDs, and Canada’s first-ever HIV+ eatery. Toronto-...
Tags: Advertising, Toronto, Canada, Food And Drink, Ontario, Matt Barnes, Leger, Bonnici, Bensimon-Byrne, ECD, Joseph Bonnici, Casey House, June's HIV+ Eatery, Casey House Canada, Joanne Simons, June Callwood

Hervé Léger, The Man Behind The Bandage Dress, Has Died

Hervé L. Leroux, the French designer who outfitted countless celebrities in the ‘90s and early 2000s with his signature bandage dresses under the name Hervé Léger, has died unexpectedly at the age of 60, WWD is reporting.Before his dresses became the go-to for the club scene, worn by everyone from Kim Kardashian and Lindsay Lohan to Victoria Beckham and Katy Perry, Léger worked at Fendi and Chanel with Karl Lagerfeld; Lagerfeld is reportedly the one who suggested he change his professional name...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kim Kardashian, Paris, Victoria Beckham, Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel, Lindsay Lohan, Fendi, Dita Von Teese, Cindy Crawford, Herve Leger, Jocelyn, Left Bank, Leroux, Alaia

Survey: Canadians are increasingly denying science, climate and vaccines

43% of Canadians believe "science is a matter of opinion," 47% think the science of global warming is "unclear"; 24% of Canadian millennials are anti-vaxxers, all according to a Leger survey of 1,514 Canadians. (more…)
Tags: Post, News, Climate, Canada, Denialism, Leger, Anti-vaxxers, Science Is A Matter Of Opinion

What Does It Mean If Everything Makes You Blush?

I hate being put on the spot in any group setting, because I know it's only a matter of seconds before the skin on my face will turn into a pinkish-red ombré — and not in a chic way. I blush pretty much whenever I have to interact with humans, and even times when I'm not at all embarrassed. If someone asks me about my relationship, compliments my shoes, or tells me that there's a period stain on my dress, I'm going to turn red. And the worst part is that once I feel my face get hot and prickly,...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Charles Darwin, Weill Cornell Medicine, Marie Leger, Leger

 Using Words to Measure Emotions: The Secret to Cracking the Quebec Code Grand Ballroom #MRIA2017 

Live note-taking at the #MRIA2017 conference in Toronto. Any errors or bad jokes are my own. Christian Bourque, Executive Vice President and Senior Partner, Leger, Doris Juergens, National Vice President of Strategy and Partner, NATIONAL Public Relations  ‘Rest of Canada’ doesn’t exist, except to Quebecers Are quebecers closer to France, English canada, or the USA? […]
Tags: Usa, France, Toronto, Emotions, Quebec, Branding, Leger, Marketing Research, MRIA2017, Christian Bourque, Doris Juergens, Leger Doris Juergens, Partner NATIONAL Public Relations Rest of Canada

'Spider-Man' Art Thief And Accomplices (Including The Guy Who Threw The Picasso In The Trash) Get Prison

Vjéran Tomic - nicknamed "Spider-Man" for the athletic way he executed the theft - stole paintings by Picasso, Matisse, Modigliani, Braque and Léger from the Musée d'art moderne de la ville de Paris in 2010. He, the instigator, and the fence each got multi-year jail terms and six-figure fines plus an order to reimburse the city for the €104 million the art is worth. (The fence - who claims he threw the paintings into the garbage when his home was raided - executed a memorably self-serving piece ...
Tags: Art, Paris, Visual, Musée, Leger, Picasso Matisse Modigliani Braque, Vjeran Tomic, 02.21.17

How Ads Know People in the New Media Scene

Kelly Leger, Vice President of Publisher Solutions, Merkle Inc. In its relatively brief history, digital advertising has changed dramatically, and at such a dizzying rate, that many brands have struggled to keep pace. Technologies, methodologies, platforms, advertisers, and publishers are constantly entering, leaving, and manipulating the marketplace. What used to be the limited and simple banner ad on a website is now an omnipresent, dynamic experience, spanning all digital media and device ty...
Tags: News, Ssp, Huffington Post, Datalogix, Advertising Week, Leger, Digital Solutions

America’s (One) Great Cubist

Robert Storr: “[Stuart] Davis was also the only first-class Cubist to emerge from North America. In my estimation he was the equal of the great Fernand Léger … I would even argue that, painting-by-painting, Davis was in some respects Léger’s superior.”
Tags: Art, America, Davis, North America, Visual, Robert Storr, Leger, Fernand Léger

Disappears played new songs and covered Bowie's 'Low' at Baby's All Right (pics, full recording)

photos by Ebru Yildiz; words by Bill Pearis Disappears @ Baby's All Right 2/20/2015 Disappears' Noah Leger is an absolute beast of a drummer. The Chicago group were great before -- Leger is actually the band's third amazing drummer -- but since his joining in 2012, Disappears have become an unstoppable force, powerful and nuanced, bleak and sinewy. (With bassist Damon Carruesco, they make an insane rhythm section, and guitarists Brian Case and Jonathan Van Herik are equally as important.) Th...
Tags: Chicago, Brooklyn, David Bowie, Baby, Brian Eno, Low, Brooklynvegan, Bowie, Bill Pearis, MCA, Baby s All Right, Ebru Yildiz, Leger, Noah Leger, Damon Carruesco, Brian Case

Strange Designs: 5 Weird Ways Tattoos Affect Your Health

Tattoos are very common, but they do bring certain health risks, said Dr. Marie Leger, a dermatologist at the New York University Langone Medical Center in New York City who has studied adverse reactions to tattoos. "I love tattoos," Leger told Live Science. In fact, infections can come from a bunch of different sources, including the tattoo artist, as well as the ink, Leger said.
Tags: New York City, New York University Langone Medical Center, Weird Ways Tattoos Affect Your Health, Marie Leger, Leger

Simple Verse team win Leger appeal

Simple Verse is reinstated as winner of the St Leger at Doncaster after a successful appeal against her demotion.
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O’Brien on weather watch after pulling Order Of St George out of Leger

• Heavy rain may force Gleneagles out of Champion Stakes• Only seven runners now in lineup for Doncaster ClassicThe unsettled late summer weather caused the first significant scratching from an outstanding weekend racing programme on Friday when Order Of St George, one of the favourites for Saturday’s St Leger at Doncaster, was ruled out by Aidan O’Brien, his trainer, due to concerns about the going. Just seven runners will now go to post for the season’s final Classic, one of the smallest field...
Tags: Sport, Gleneagles, Doncaster, Horse racing, St George, Aidan O'brien, St Leger, Golden Horn, O'Brien, Leopardstown, Leger, Order Of St George, Gleneagles O'Brien, Denis Egan

Dettori misses Leger in Irish switch

Frankie Dettori will miss the ride on St Leger favourite Bondi Beach as the Irish Champion Stakes is brought forward.
Tags: Frankie Dettori, St Leger, Bondi Beach, Dettori, Leger

Tattoos Can Cause Serious Adverse Reactions

About 1 in 10 people who get tattoos experiences problems with the tattoo, including infection, itching, swelling and redness, according to a small study in the June issue of the journal Contact Dermatitis. Many people in the study had complications that lingered for years after the tattoo was inked, the researchers said. Leger began noticing that a surprising number of patients were coming into her clinic because of issues with their tattoos.
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