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Gold Coast,m. an affidavit for his arrest said Jimaale matched the police’s description and records said he admitted he’d been at the apartment the night before wearing a blue bandanna The affidavit said police found the bandanna after the stabbingIf convicted Jimaale could face up to five years in prison and a $10000 fineHe is scheduled to enter a plea next FridayNigerian music icon Sir Victor Uwaifo has lamented the advent of computer saying the trend has killed real music and presents counterfeit to music lovers Uwaifo who is also a writer sculptor and musical instrument inventor was speaking with the Punch He added that the musicians no longer had bands but depended on the computer for beats production The “Joromi” “Guitar Boy” and “Mummy Water” crooner advised the young musicians to learn how to play instruments Uwaifo’s songs made waves in the late 60s and 70s and the Professor of Arts at the University of Benin believes that music has evolved to what we have now Comparing music then and now he said “They are completely two worlds you go to the studio and record when you make a mistake you repeat all over again but over time they started introducing small gadgets until we got to the age of computer “In computer you don’t need to have a band one man can record he goes to the studio lay down the track play the other instrument get the other musician to lay down his track differently just like a tailor making a shirt “He cuts them into pieces and sews them together So for our young ones today it is not that they understand music but they play music and the computer is arranging it for them “The computer will concise the bad voice and put it in line and shape and the producer helps a lot The producer has an idea but the computer is supposed to be a model to have an idea of what a song should sound like but it is not music itself “You still have musical instrument People must learn how to play musical instrument because once you know the rudiments of music you can play several instruments “I play almost all musical instruments from piano to sax to bass guitar guitar clarinet xylophone and a lot of other instruments I didn’t want to play trumpet because I didn’t want any mark on my lips that is the only one I avoided “So over the years music has always been revolving In our days you don’t dance anyhow you have to go to a dance school to learn how to dance Bolo Quick Step Foxtrot Cha Cha Bolero Pechanga and classic but now it is a free for all dance” According to him the style of music and method of production in the country had provided jobs for many of the youths who would have been jobless on the streets He added “But all I know is that we allow them to go because who would have given them jobs Most of them are self-employed Whether you like it or not they are making waves and also making a living out of it but for how long” “We only thank God that most of us who have been there for over 50 years are still there and the young ones are still appreciating us “Sometimes they go back into our archives and give it a remix But I will still encourage them to learn how to play musical instrument so that they can also be equipped with that in life” He further asserted that the computer thing is killing talents of musicians who would done without it He said “Yes it kills talents The computer is a rogue and a thief it is like you allow somebody to go into the examination hall with mobile phone he knows the answer before the question “So music from the computer is known before they are recorded and that is no music The person doesn’t know music yet he is playing music “The best thing is to encourage them to be playing live music and learn musical instruments Instruments are still sold and they are taught in schools “Life is give and take so let’s give them the benefit of doubt they are young and if I were born in this era I probably would have behaved like them “So it is the situation they found themselves and it is the implied act of their existence The implied act of my existence was 60 years ago but I have been able to give new rendition to events of life “I have reinvented myself over and over again but some of these people have one way to go and when that way is blocked they think that is the end” In a waiver filed Friday 22-year-old Ulises Villalobos-Alvarado waived his preliminary hearing set for Monday afternoon and pleaded not guilty to felony counts of attempted murder and fleeing a peace officerHe’s accused of attempting to run over a Bismarck police officer in January during a probation search in north Bismarck The officer subsequently shot him Villalobos-Alvarado later turned himself in at Brookings SDSouth Central District Judge James Hill accepted his waiver Monday morningVillalobos-Alvarado is held at the Burleigh-Morton County Detention center pending $500000 cash bondJuan Nunez charged with felony hindering law enforcement from the same episode was also set for a preliminary hearing Monday afternoon Prosecutor Marina Spahr said his hearing was rescheduled for FridayNunez 32 is accused of helping Villalobos-Alvarado avoid arrest He is also held at the jail pending $100000 cash bondHill said jail staff ended inmate transports Monday afternoon owing to the whiteout conditionsBurleigh County offices closed at 3 pm Monday due to the weatherThe extra funding will go toward creating a “one-stop shop” consisting of student services such as class scheduling and financial aid The money will come from McCannel Hall funds student government investments and student technology feesThe increase was asked for after construction bids ended up being double what was expected and the university decided to add more collaborative learning space according to documents presented to the SBHEThe project now costs $838500 and is expected be completed by fall July 9. drawing protesters from around the world, The $3. ICPC and other anti-corruption agencies should be pro-active by keeping their lenses on the movement and handling of the funds and how it is been allocated in each state. that the one way to end the agony was to end the agony. which measure 7,000 crore annually. "Enter the prospect of a state or terrorist group deliberately releasing disease.

” “A governor that is supposed to be the Chief Security Officer of his state is nothing but a toothless bulldog, was killed at the end of Star Wars Episode IIIRevenge of the Sith. causing him to fall out of the window of a very tall Senate Building. according to a news report. The report prompted Dhruva Jaishankar,Fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at Brookings India in New Delhi and the Brookings Institution in Washington DC to tweet:Fasten your seatbelts it’s going to be a bumpy ride Fasten your seatbelts it’s going to be a bumpy ride pictwittercom/rCUXODAnc0 — Dhruva Jaishankar (@d_jaishankar) June 25 2018 Dhruva is the son of S Jaishankar India’s formerforeign secretary who is Tata Group’s president of global corporate affairs The article that Dhruva is referring to is the news report which hints at the USA considering limiting Chinese investment in tech firms According toa Reuters report the US Treasury Department is drafting curbs that would block firms with at least 25 percent Chinese ownership from buying US companies with “industrially significant technology” a government official briefed on the matter said on Sunday The official whose comments matched a report by the Wall Street Journal emphasized that the Chinese ownership threshold may change before the restrictions are announced on Friday The move marks another escalation of President Donald Trump’s trade conflict with China which threatens to roil financial markets and dent global growth A staff member walks past US and Chinese flags placed for a joint news conference by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing China on 14 June 2018 Reuters Tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods the first of a potential total of $450 billion are due to take effect on 6 July over US complaints that China is misappropriating US technology through joint venture rules and other policies The Treasury investment restrictions are expected to target key sectors including several China is trying to develop as part of its “Made in China 2025” industrial plan the US official said Among its objectives the plan aims to upgrade China’s capabilities in advanced information technology aerospace marine engineering pharmaceuticals advanced energy vehicles robotics and other high-technology industries The Wall Street Journal also said the US Commerce Department and National Security Council were proposing “enhanced” export controls to keep such technologies from being shipped to China Spokespersons for the Treasury Commerce Department and the White House did not immediately respond to Reuters’ requests for comment on the proposed restrictions The government official said the Treasury would invoke the International Emergency Economic Powers Act of 1977 (IEEPA) to devise the restrictions The act gives the president sweeping authority to restrict assets based on national security concerns IEEPA was invoked broadly after the 9/11 attacks in 2001 to cut off financing for terrorist networks The Journal said the administration would look only at new deals and would not try to unwind existing ones adding that the planned investment bar would not distinguish between Chinese state-owned and private companies The White House on 29 May said the Trump administration would press ahead with restrictions on investment by Chinese companies in the United States as well as “enhanced” export controls for goods exported to China with details to be announced by 30 June It also said it would unveil a revised list of Chinese goods for tariffs which it did on 15 June –With inputs from Reuters Tennis superstar Serena Williams is used to hoisting trophies but on Thursday it looks like she’ll be carrying a wedding bouquet Music royalty Beyonce and Jay Z along with actress Eva Longoria are among the A-listers reportedly convening in New Orleans for Williams’ wedding to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian Serena Williams with fiance Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian Image courtesy: Twitter/@WTA People and The Daily Mail citing unnamed sources have reported that about 250 guests will be invited to the ceremony at the Contemporary Arts Center in the Big Easy The Daily Mail said the wedding planning has been shrouded in secrecy and guests would not learn the details until Thursday morning It said the event would cost more than $1 million and guests would be asked not to bring their cell phones because an exclusive photo deal has been signed with Vogue Williams 36 a 23-time Grand Slam champion and Ohanian 34 welcomed their first child daughter Alexis Olympia on 1 September They announced their engagement in December after meeting in 2015 in Rome Williams won this year’s Australian Open while pregnant and is expected to defend her title in Melbourne in 2018— just four-and-a-half months after giving birth to her baby girl IDEAS Berkley Hudson is associate professor at the Missouri School of Journalism I grew up white in Mississippi where my ancestors first arrived to a crucible of race in the early 19th Century My ancestors owned slaves My fathers Main Street Service Station had three restrooms: Gentlemen Ladies and Colored After college I left Mississippi and wended my way around America as a journalist Now I teach at the University of Missouri and I chair the Race Relations Committee of the Faculty Council on University Policy Mike Middleton a descendant of slaves grew up black in Mississippi His ancestor was among the first African Americans to become lawyers during Reconstruction After Middleton earned his undergraduate and law degrees at the University of Missouri he worked for the US Justice Department Later he returned to his beloved Mizzou first to teach then to serve as Deputy Chancellor Now Middleton is the interim president of the University of Missouri System with its four campuses He was selected after one of the most difficult weeks since the schools 1839 founding as the first public university west of the Mississippi Middleton serves on the race relations committee with me and 10 other faculty students and staff We along with many others are searching for ways to resolve misunderstandings and fear about race in a place still known as Little Dixie once a junction point in the Civil War Were south of the Grits Line of Interstate 70100-plus miles from Ferguson Missouri You already know versions of that story Our group was formed earlier this year prompted by a plea for help from former Chancellor R Bowen Loftin after he held the first in a series of listening sessions devoted to the events in Ferguson No one has been shot or killed here on campus But as with many other places in America and the world there is an ongoing murder of our collective spirit when we fail to take the time to listen to one anothers soul-breaking stories about race ethnicity and culture "Im already getting emails calling me a racist" Middleton said "How am I a racist because I am concerned about students who are being called names We never talk respect the legitimacy of each others viewpoints Everything is a harsh sound bite or slogan Were not listening not talking honestly not respecting each other We need to slow down and think and be rational intelligent human beings and try to resolve this problem Lets be truthful Lets be real" Since May often two hours a week every week our committee has sought to have conversations that must be had Our sessions are closed to ensure frankness More than one of us is a big-hearted white conservative evangelistic Christian That includes an agricultural economist originally from New Mexico A young black kick boxer comes from Chicago Already he has defied the black male odds by being alive (He is not in jail but headed to graduation) An atheist Latina endocrinologist is from Bogota Colombia Theres a business professor and former executive who has been stopped "driving while black" more than a few times near St Louis Theres an African American child psychiatrist from Kansas City a white and Christian mathematician from Britain whose Jewish grandparents survived the Holocaust a white teacher of teachers a fescue expert who is white and was born in the same Mississippi hospital as I and a Puerto Ricana from New Jersey the first in her family to go to collegeand complete her masters Among our number also is graduate student Jonathan Butler an African American who went on a hunger strike that toppled the universitys two leaders Daily during his strike his social media posts quoted the Bible His actions were independent of our group Not all of us supported his life-and-death strategy To a person though we supported him Many prayed for him; all of us were relieved when he ate once again Weekly in our group we have asked questions such as these: If you deny that racism is an intractable problem in America are you a racist If you use a bullhorn to yell to a university system president who hasnt responded to your entreaties are you hateful Delusional A crybully Most recently weve asked: Can we agree to stay around the table to stay in the room to have the difficult conversations Each school day I walk past gray stone columns with bas-relief images of two of the universitys founders James Rollins and John Lathrop white slaveholders who were visionaries about the transformative role of higher education in America As I look at the bronzed visages of the dead bearded white men I ponder this: If we cannot find a way to write a script for others to have these conversations at Mizzou will we continue to see that white pickup truck parading around town and shouting as loud as any bullhorn with its unfurled large American flag and Confederate flag And will the bullhorns of demanding students continue to blare Berkley Hudson is associate professor at the Missouri School of Journalism Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsChris Evans has announced he is leaving Top Gear after the series hit a ratings low on British television Sunday night The 50-year-old presenter tweeted the news of his departure Monday morning “Stepping down from Top Gear” he wrote “Gave it my best shot but sometimes that’s not enough The team are beyond brilliant I wish them all the best” Evans and co-host Matt LeBlanc who took over the BBC motoring show for its 23rd season had replaced the show’s original presenters Jeremy Clarkson Richard Hammond and James May It is still unclear if LeBlanc will return Media reports had suggested the pair clashed onset but the Friends star dismissed the claims as a “big load of bulls**t” Stepping down from Top Gear Gave it my best shot but sometimes that’s not enough The team are beyond brilliant I wish them all the best Chris Evans (@achrisevans) July 4 2016 “I have never worked with a more committed and driven team than the team I have worked with over the last 12 months I feel like my standing aside is the single best thing I can now do to help the cause” Evans said in a statement according to The Guardian “I remain a huge fan of the show always have been always will be I will continue to focus on my radio show and the allied events that it encompasses” Write to Megan McCluskey at [email protected] and no later than Jan. 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