Composer Jacob Yoffee grew up traveling the globe, but it’s the universal language of music that keeps him grounded and connected.Premium Beat explored his process from the pulse of the Japanese anime, Ingress: The Animation, to the gritty realism of Free Meek, to get the low down on his creative approach.Jacob Yoffee (photo by Miles Maker).PremiumBeat: Your father was a US Marine and growing up, you moved practically every two years. How do you think your nomadic childhood influenced you creatively?Jacob Yoffee: Military brats (as we call ourselves) usually fall into two categories: those who hated moving all the time and those who embraced the ever-changing world of friends, schools, and cities. When I was young, I was definitely in the former category but grew to love the constant change, over time.There are lots of things you learn from that but I’d say the one aspect that informed my creativity was the development of an independent spirit. With no friend group — or a constant environment to call home — you quickly learn to stand on your own two feet and face your fears. As a creative artist, this has been helpful, in that I’ve never been afraid to handle things on my own — whether it be taking responsibility for larger and larger projects, or identifying weaknesses and owning up to them. PB: In the LeBron James’ Best Shot series, music was so central that Warner Brothers released the soundtrack on its record label. How did you approach the emotion of the music to match the narrative of the show?JY: Best Shot was the first scoring job that I worked with Roahn Hylton and it was the most collaborative project I’d ever done — and one of the most satisfying, artistically. It all started with a conference call. Michael John Warren, the director, pointed to films like Trouble Man and its soundtrack by Marvin Gaye, Wayne Shorter’s amazing music, and the world of jazz and hip-hop.It was an incredible starting point and an unusual sound for film music. Since I’d made a living as a jazz musician for close to a decade, this was an opportunity to call on old musician friends and colleagues (something I’d been wanting to do for YEARS).At first, we wrote completely away from the picture, and created completely based on conversations we’d had with Michael. Then, once we started getting footage, we built themes for many of the kids on the show and worked with the editors to find a balance between the song form music and our instrumental score.Emotionally, we were allowed to go deep because the moments captured on film just hit you right in the heart. We had to match that beat-for-beat. Some of what was captured is just heart-wrenching and it demanded strong music. If you watch the show, you’ll hear how often we incorporate the sound of the human voice — sometimes with lyrics but often it’s just melismatic writing. Both Scotty Grand and Mereba (our vocalists) brought some amazing intensity to the music!PB: You’ve spent time living in Japan, so I assume that aspects of the culture are not foreign to you. When tasked with introducing global audiences to the Japanese series, Ingress: The Animation, how did you reinvent the score, yet stay true to the tone and tenor of the original work?JY: As luck would have it, they hadn’t recorded the English dialogue yet. So, the entire time the music was being created, it was all in Japanese. We had subtitles, of course, but it was wonderful to respond to the actors’ voices, pacing, and energy in its original Japanese.But there are lots of scenes that took place on streets, stores, buildings that seemed totally familiar to me from living in Japan. That was really cool to see and brought me back to my high school years in Okinawa.Living in Japan, the strongest feeling I remember is a profound sense of honor. In general, the people there always seemed to have such respect for everything they did, and put sincere effort and craftsmanship into all aspects of their lives. A great thing I tried to remember, not only for Ingress, but also for life in general, right?PB: Your resume is all over the map — from gritty basketball reality series to Japanese animation to the Disney Channel hit series, Andi Mack. Any unique challenges musically when composing for a young demographic or for the Disney brand?JY: Andi Mack has been one of the most enjoyable experiences of my life. The people that I’ve worked with have been incredible collaborators and artistic partners. After almost 60 episodes, I can say that the biggest difference between composing for that demographic, and potentially the Disney brand in general, is the energy and pacing. It’s much faster and is always infused with a sense of fun and genuine emotion. You don’t often have long stretches of time to build to a climax – it’s got to get to the point quickly and it has to feel genuine. Also, the production of the music is closer to the pop side of things, so it’s been a lot of fun to get creative with the mixture of pop music and traditional underscore. PB: Currently, you are working on the Amazon Prime docu-series, Free Meek, chronicling the life of Philadelphia based rap artist, Meek Mill. How much did the subject’s music influence your work?JY: Meek’s music is always running at a very high energy level. Even when it’s not “epic,” there is an intensity that runs through all of his work, bubbling under the surface. When Roahn Hylton and I first started writing for the show, we constantly talked about taking any thematic ideas and presenting them with urgency and trauma. Anyone who knows Meek’s story knows how rough it’s been for him, and those in the same situation. What’s amazing, though, is that through it all, Meek has a seemingly unbreakable spirit. His family and friends have fought alongside him the whole way and it’s created an entire movement.My scoring partner on the show, Roahn Hylton, had co-scored Best Shot with me, so this was another project together. We worked with singers and musicians to build pieces that not only demonstrate the melancholy of his story but also the rebelliousness and hope for justice. It’s been an emotional journey working on the show and I can’t wait for people to check it out. I feel like it’s an important piece of our nation’s story, and Meek’s situation should get the attention it deserves.Cover image by Whitebear PR.Want more insight from industry pros? 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Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram was on Wednesday forced to change his helicopter while on way to Gurez from Pahalgam in Jammu and Kashmir following the pilots’ reluctance to fly the aircraft to the high-altitude place.Sources said the pilots of the Border Security Force’s (BSF’s) aircraft — MI 17 — had requested to change the chopper as they were not comfortable with it. They landed at Srinagar airport within 20 minutes of takeoff from Pahalgam requesting for a change of the aircraft as they believed the chopper was not fit to fly to a high altitude area like Gurez.The change of helicopter, according to sources, was carried out as the pilots did not want to take any risk with Chidambaram on board, especially in the wake of the recent spate of chopper crashes involving some VIPs. The latest VIP victim of the chopper crash was Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu, who passed away in April 2011.Officials however denied that it was a “forced landing” and said that it was just a “precautionary measure”.Later, all people on board, including the home minister, were shifted to another MI 17 chopper of the air force.Chidambaram has been on a two-day tour of Jammu and Kashmir and was going for an aerial survey of security in Gurez sector.For more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here. read more
Star boxer M C Mary Kom’s quest for a historic Olympic gold medal in women’s boxing came to a heart-breaking end when she lost to Great Britain’s Nicola Adams in a high-voltage semi-final at the ExCel Arena here on Wednesday. Match photosThe 29-year-old Mary Kom, a five-time world champion, fought gallantly but was outpunched by a clearly superior rival Adams, who fashioned a comfortable 11-6 victory much to the dismay of a sizeable Indian crowd who thronged the stadium to support the Indian.Local girl Adams, popularly known as ‘Babyface’ was also not short of support as she was egged on by British PM David Cameron and Olympic silver medallist Aamir Khan.Adams, a two-time silver medallist in the world championship, was well prepared for the diminutive Mary and exhibited a fine blend of defence and aggression to thwart the Indian in the high voltage semi-final clash.While Mary had good support from the Indians in the crowd, Adams enjoyed the vociferous support of the home fans who lustily cheered her whenever she was able to land a successful punch. .With Mary’s exit, India’s hope of getting a silver or a gold medal from the event came crashing down. L Devendro Singh is the only Indian boxer in the fray now.India have so far bagged one silver and three bronze medals from the ongoing Games, slightly better than the one gold and two bronze medals collected from the Beijing Games four years ago.Both the boxers understandably started a little cautiously but Adams disticntly had the advantage of her height and reach which made it diffcult for Mary to score the points.advertisement”Adams was very clever. She is a counter puncher but although she packed power, she wasn’t very tactical,” Mary said after the bout.Mary, who is known as “magnificent Mary” for her stellar performances in the boxing ring, said she was happy to have at least won a bronze medal in the Olympics.”Women’s boxing has made its debut in the Olympics and I am happy that I could win a bronze medal. I wanted to do better than this, but today I could not beat my opponent who had the advantage of boxing in front of her home crowd. It makes a lot of difference,” Mary pointed out.Mary said she felt sorry for letting down her countrymen who expected bigger things from her.”My whole country was hoping for me to win a gold medal, and I am sorry I have not come back with that. Lot of people have prayed for my success and I thank them all. But in sports, you win some and you lose some,” she said.The Indian made a few technical mistakes during her bout, particularly in the first two rounds, and that allowed her British rival to gradually consolidate her position.”I did make some mistakes. Mistakes will always happen, otherwise I will win all the bouts. I tried my best and gave it all. But I was not lucky enough to win today,” she said. read more
Transfers ‘It would be negligent not to try to sign Origi’ – Wolfsburg want Liverpool striker on permanent deal Goal Last updated 1 year ago 21:15 11/17/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Transfers Wolfsburg Liverpool Premier League Bundesliga The Reds striker has impressed on loan with the Bundesliga club and has convinced them they want to keep him for the long term Divock Origi’s bright start to the season with Wolfsburg has persuaded the club to try to sign him on a permanent deal, according to sporting director Olaf Rebbe.The 22-year-old is on loan at the Bundesliga side from Liverpool and has already scored four goals in 11 appearances in all competitions.Wolfsburg 2/1 to score O2.5 goals v Freiburg Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player The Belgium international has become a first-team regular with the Bundesliga club, and Rebbe, who previously hailed Origi as an “extraordinary forward”, insists they have a responsibility to try to sign him.”It would be negligent of us not to try,” Rebbe told Kicker. “[His bright start] makes it more difficult for us.”[We’re] proud that we were able to convince Divock to join. He feels good here, and we are working on everything else.”Origi’s contract at Liverpool expires in 2019, but the Belgium international has already suggested he could stay at the Volkswagen Arena.”It’s a nice club and I am having a good time,” he told Bild earlier this month. “I can grow here. And you can never rule anything out in football.”Origi joined Liverpool from Lille after impressing at the 2014 World Cup with Belgium and has scored 21 goals in 77 appearances for the Reds so far. read more
The hit television show had a profound impact on Vancouver’s production scene, making the city a go-to location for television and film productions.Carter is being recognized for The X-Files’ contribution to that growth with an Industry Builder Award from the Vancouver International Film Festival.He said since filming the pilot in 1993, the city has blossomed into the “production capital of North America.” Twitter Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment It was Vancouver’s deep, dark forests that brought the television series The X-Files to the city for five seasons.“There were forest scenes in the pilot of The X-Files, and we came up simply for the forests,” said creator Chris Carter, laughing.“[Lead actor] David Duchovny says it was two weeks that turned into five years.” Facebook Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement read more
Audible.com bestsellers for week ending January 25:Fiction1. The Man on the Mountaintop: An Audible Original Drama by Susan Trott & Libby Spurrier, narrated by Stanley Tucci, Toby Jones, Clare Corbett, Rachel Atkins, Jeff Harding & David Thorpe (Audible Studios)2. Atomic Marriage by Curtis Sittenfeld, narrated by Diane Lane (Audible Studios)3. Harry Clarke: With Bonus Performance: Lillian by David Cale, narrated by Billy Crudup and the author (Audible Studios)4. The Spies That Bind: A Gallagher Girls Prequel by Ally Carter, narrated by Rebecca Soler (Audible Studios)5. Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, narrated by Cassandra Campbell (Penguin Audio)6. Bluff by Michael Kardos, narrated by Julia Whelan (HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books)7. Then She Was Gone: A Novel by Lisa Jewell, narrated by Helen Duff (Dreamscape Media, LLC)8. Reset by Brian Andrews, narrated by Ray Porter (Brilliance Audio)9. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, narrated by Tim Robbins (Audible Studios)10. Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman, narrated by the author (HarperAudio)Nonfiction1. Power Moves: Lessons from Davos by Adam Grant, narrated by the author (Audible Studios)2. Becoming by Michelle Obama, narrated by the author (Random House Audio)3. The Last Days of August by Jon Ronson, narrated by the author (Audible Studios)4. 21 Days of Meditation by Aaptiv, narrated by Jess Ray (Aaptiv)5. Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds by David Goggins, narrated by the author & Adam Skolnick (Lioncrest Publishing)6. You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen Sincero, narrated by the author (Tantor Audio)7. Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis, narrated by the author (Thomas Nelson Publishers)8. Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as if Your Life Depended on It by Chris Voss, narrated by Michael Kramer (HarperAudio)9. Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover, narrated by Julia Whelan (Random House Audio)10. Sleep Better by Aaptiv, narrated by Jade Alexis (Aaptiv)—–The Associated Press read more
“As of today, the UN political presence is limited to Kabul and Faizabad after the Taliban shut down four other UN political offices in Mazar-I-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar in line with its May 20 deadline for their closure,” spokesman Fred Eckhard told reporters in New York.The office of the UN Special Mission in Afghanistan will continue to operate in Kabul, while the Secretary-General’s Personal Representative for the country, Francesc Vendrell, will also pursue the UN’s work there.Although the closure does not apply to the UN humanitarian presence in Afghanistan, the aid community is facing “increasing obstacles from the Taliban authorities in carrying out work,” Mr. Eckhard observed.Meanwhile, in neighbouring Pakistan, the World Food Programme (WFP) today started distributing food supplies to more than 70,000 Afghans refugees living in a squalid site called Jalozai near Peshawar. “We have been concerned about the destitute Afghans in Jalozai camp for some time now,” said WFP Regional Manager Mike Sackett. “This food distribution should ease their situation.”Since the beginning of this year, the agency has been providing food to over 65,700 Afghan refugees in the relatively more secure New Shamshatoo and Akora Khattak camps in Peshawar. In all, WFP plans to provide more than 12,000 tonnes of food to the poorest Afghan refugees in those camps at a cost over $4.8 million. However, WFP Programme Advisor Rahman Chowdhury predicted that “this commitment could increase if conditions permit in Jalozai camp.” Inside Afghanistan, WFP is distributing about 20,000 tonnes of food each month towards its overall goal of helping 3.8 million poor Afghans get their daily food requirements this year. read more
On 24 February 2016, children approach a truck carrying humanitarian aid for Moadamiyeh, Syria, part of an overnight mission to the besieged town. Photo: UNICEF/Rafik El Ouerchefani “Quite an achievement,” Staffan de Mistura told reporters in Geneva, referring to the 238,485 people the UN and its partners have delivered aid to via 536 trucks.Mr. de Mistura informed the press that participants have begun to arrive in the Swiss city, where he will hold “proximity talks” over the coming days as more of the parties arrive. He said he expects to start substantive discussions, known as the intra-Syrian talks on 14 March, in a round which he expects will end by the 24th. “We believe that having a timetable and a time limit is healthy for everyone,” the Special Envoy noted. “When we start having the talks on Monday, the focus will be on substance, on the agendas, in other words on new governance, constitution, and elections, the future elections in 18 months’ time, both presidential and parliamentarian.”Turning to the humanitarian situation, Mr. de Mistura’s Special Advisor, Jan Egeland, highlighted the progress made in recent weeks. “Ten areas have been reached by UN and partners, several with multiple convoys,” he announced. “UNRWA [UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East]has had progress reaching people in Yarmouk, and WFP [World Food Programme] has been systematically working to overcome all of the obstacles to be able to do airdrops to Deir ez-Zor.” However, Mr. Egeland added that six “important” besieged areas – including Darayya and Douma – remain unreached as permits and security guarantees have not yet been obtained. He also underlined that April will be “the month of new procedures,” noting that these have been “too cumbersome” with too much time spent asking for permission for access.“We believe by then we will have a more rational, speedier, easier system that will enable us to overcome this very black stain on the conscience of Syria and on the international community, namely that people starve in besieged areas and hard-to-reach areas while humanitarian workers have supplies that can reach them and are prevented from reaching women, children, other civilians in great need,” he stressed, adding that a “tremendous plan” to access more areas through the cessation of hostilities is underway. Meanwhile, Yacoub El Hillo, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Syria, said the global community must work together to ensure that the ceasefire is not just extended for two weeks or two months, but that it lasts. “Looking at the horizon between now and April, we are aiming to reach 870,000 people in hard-to-reach areas, but also the specific locations in besieged areas that we have so far not been able to reach,” Mr. El Hillo said.“The hope is that in the next few days, with the help of members of the taskforce, we will be able to complete deliveries and reach the thousands of people trapped in these places,” he added, referring to humanitarian task force set up by the International Syria Support Group to ensure access and the delivery of aid. read more
The Algerian international is expecting to be a central figure in Manchester City’s plans for next season.Mahrez completed a £60million move to Manchester City this week becoming the club’s most expensive transfer acquisition.The former Leicester City player has backed his ability to see off competition from other players and believes he can cement a place in the club’s starting XI.After failing to secure a move to the Etihad earlier this year, questions have been asked if the winger can fit into City’s star-studded team.But Mahrez isn’t worried about any of that, instead of backing his talents to give manager Pep Guardiola a reason to play him.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“I haven’t thought about it that way,” he told reporters, according to Goal.“I’m very confident in my abilities and I believe I can improve this team.”Mahrez was a member of the Leicester side that won the Premier League title in 2016 despite all the odds stacked against them.The Algerian has said the lure of playing for Pep was too much to turn down and it helped in his decision to sign for the Premier League Champions.“Pep is a manager that has won so many things. When I heard he wanted me I couldn’t say no to him.” read more
Just over half (56%) of employer respondents collect data on average pay by ethnicity, according to research conducted as part of an independent review led by Baroness McGregor-Smith.The Race in the workplace: the McGregor-Smith review, which received responses to its call for evidence from 416 employees, 26 employers and 37 organisations, also found that 64% of employer respondents collect data on salary bands by ethnicity.The review, which was commissioned by Sajid Javid, former secretary of state for business, innovation and skills, considers the issues facing black and minority ethnic (BME) groups in the workplace.The research also found that 91% of employer respondents have policies or practices in place that actively support BME progression.However, only 54% of employee respondents are aware that their organisation has BME networks to support BME progression. Other initiatives that respondents are aware of within their organisations include unconscious bias training (44%), mentoring (43%), and the use of diversity and inclusion champions (34%).The review recommends that diversity champions and networks continue to play a meaningful role in supporting BME employees, and that senior level and executive buy-in towards diversity policies needs to increase.The review recommendations also include implementing reverse mentoring, unconscious bias training and executive sponsorship, as well as having a transparent and fair reward and recognition approach.The review also recommends that the government introduce legislation to ensure listed organisations and businesses with more than 50 employees publish workforce data broken down by race and pay band, and that organisations should be encouraged to improve reporting rates among their workforce and explain why supplying this data will improve diversity and the business as a whole.In a response to the review, Margot James, minister for small business, consumers and corporate responsibility, asserted that the government believes a non-legislative approach is the most suitable approach at present.Sandra Kerr OBE, race equality director at Business in the Community, said: “We welcome this review as it clearly shows that harnessing the very best of [BME] talent is the way forward that makes sense for employers. I wholeheartedly believe that every person, regardless of their ethnicity or background should be able to fulfil their potential at work. That is the business as well as the moral case. We know that diverse organisations that attract and develop individuals from the widest pool of talent consistently perform better, but this change has to be employer-led. The time for talking is over; now is the time to act.” read more
Below is the complete list of locations:SoldotnaPad Thai Cafe – Kerley Boys’ Lemonade – 11a-3pAAA Alaska Cab, Inc. – Beyonce’s Lemonade – 11a-3:30pSweeney’s – Hello Sunshine! Lemonade Day Stand – 9a-6pShucks O’Reilly Auto Parts – Rainey Day Lemonade – 10a-6pFred Meyers – Squeeze the Day – ?Kaladi Brothers – Kobuk – Everett’s Lemonade Stand – 10a-4pAllen Sisters Coffee – Northern Lemon – 11a-4pYo Tacos/Magic Moment Photo – Next Generation – 9a-6pSportsmans Warehouse – Lemony Spigots – 11a-3pKenai Peninsula Harley Davidson – Melon Girls – 11a-4pSpenard Builders Supply / Soldotna – Lilly & Sister Lemonade – 10a-4p4-D Carpet One – Auntie Iris’ Lemonade – 11a-6pSafeway – Soldotna – Liquid Sunshine – 11:30a-3:30pFred Meyers / FFA – Midnight Sun FFA Chapter – 11a-5pAT&T – Soldotna – Hotspot Lemonade – 11a-1pLervig Brother’s Lemonade – First American Title – 11a-3p K-BeachJumpin Junction – Lemonade Under the Big Top – 9a-5pSix States Distributors / 44113 K-Beach – TNT Dynamite Lemonade, Sweets, and Treats – 12p-12a Lemonade stands will be popping up on Saturday in front of many established local businesses in the Soldotna-Kenai area. Along the way, they acquire skills in goal-setting, problem solving, and gain self-esteem critical for future success. They keep all the money they make and are encouraged to spend some, save some and share some. Local children have participated in the Chambers’ building and finance workshops, learning how to create a product and a store and how to use the proceeds. Andrew Heuiser, Events & Programs Coordinator for the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce: “Lemonade Day is an education program for youth in the community and they learn how to start up their own business , run it, and make profits, and do what they want to with those.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享For the past eight years, local Chambers of Commerce have been helping young residents learn the basics of entrepreneurship through Lemonade Day. This year’s event is scheduled June 29. Johna Beech, President of the Kenai Chamber of Commerce: “When you are cruising out and about on Saturday and you see a kid with a lemonade stand, stop by and buy one or two cups.” *All the above were registered with the Soldotna and Kenai Chambers of Commerce for Lemonade Day 2019. Lemonade Day is a free, experimental learning program that teaches youth how to start, own and operate their own business – a lemonade stand. Each child that registers receives a backpack with an Entrepreneur Workbook that teaches them the 14 lessons of Lemonade Day like creating budgets, setting profit-making goals, serving customers, repaying investors, and giving back to the community. read more
A worried mother props her chin on her hand, her brow furrowed, her gaze distant. Two little girls bury their faces in her neck; in her lap, an infant sleeps. All are dirty, their clothes tattered and frayed.The black-and-white photograph shot in 1936 in Nipomo, California, which came to be known as “Migrant Mother,” is one of the most classic images of the Great Depression. It brought the photographer fame, and ultimately a bit of fortune, but for decades no one knew the identity of the mother and her children.Florence Owens ThompsonPhotographer Dorothea Lange, 40 years old at the time, was heading home to San Francisco after a six weeks-long project taking pictures of migrant workers for the Resettlement Administration, which would later become the Farm Security Administration. She had only recently decided to turn her lens from wealthy San Francisco socialites to people in trouble living in the gritty streets below her studio windows.In 1933, her very first photograph chronicling the Depression, “White Angel Breadline,” became another of the era’s most famous. (In 2005, “White Angel Breadline” sold for $822,400 at a Sotheby’s auction, according to NPR, at the time the highest price paid for a twentieth-century photograph.)Dorothea Lange, 1936 portraitLange, who counted among her friends other famous photographers of the era such as Ansel Adams, was among a group of photographers hired by the government to document conditions of the Dust Bowl and Great Depression to help raise awareness and build public support of government programs like the New Deal.Lange was heading home when she saw a crude hand-lettered sign in Nipomo, California, that read: Pea Picker’s Camp. Tired, she drove past it, but her inner artistic sensibility kicked in and turned her back to discover the subject that would become her iconic Migrant Mother.“I was following instinct, not reason,” Lange recalled in 1960 in Popular Photography. “I saw and approached the hungry desperate mother, as if drawn to her like a magnet. I do not remember how I explained my presence or my camera to her, but I do remember she asked no questions. … I did not ask her name or history.”Florence Owens Thompson montage by Dorothea LangeMore than 2,500 field hands had descended on the camp, but there was nothing to pick, as freezing rain had destroyed the pea crop. Lange assumed this woman and her kids were among the idle pickers.“She told me her age, that she was 32,” Lange said. “She said that they had been living on frozen vegetables from the surrounding fields and birds that the children killed. There she sat in that lean-to tent with her children huddled around her and seemed to know that my pictures might help her, and so she helped me. There was a sort of equality about it.”Lange took six pictures of the mother and her children, made prints, and sold them to the San Francisco News for $150, which ran the photos to accompany a story about migrant workers starving in the pea fields. The photos resulted in an emergency delivery of 20,000 pounds of food to the stranded workers.“Migrant Mother”More than 40 years later a reporter for the Modesto (California) Bee managed to track down the true identity behind the “Migrant Mother.”Florence Leona Christie was born in 1903, a Cherokee, in what today is Oklahoma. Married at 17, she migrated with her rapidly expanding family to California in the early 1930s and was pregnant with her sixth child when her husband died of tuberculosis. Florence began working in the fields to support her children, had another child, and met and married another man, Jim Hill, with whom she’d ultimately have another three children.Photograph shows Florence [Owens] Thompson with two of her children as part of the “Migrant Mother” series.As a cotton picker, Florence would put her babies in bags and carry them along with her as she worked down the rows, according to PBS. “[I] generally picked around 450, 500 [pounds a day],” she said. “I didn’t even weigh a hundred pounds.” For a while, she and her children lived under a bridge. “When Steinbeck wrote in The Grapes of Wrath about those people living under the bridge at Bakersfield — at one time we lived under that bridge. It was the same story. Didn’t even have a tent then, just a ratty old quilt.”In March of 1936, she, Jim Hill, and their seven children were on Highway 101 en route from beet picking to lettuce fields when their car broke down near the pea-picking camp. The conditions at the camp shocked them. Jim Hill and two of the boys went into town to see about getting their car repaired; Florence set up a makeshift tent with the baby girls to await their return. That’s when the photographer drove up and asked if she could take their pictures. The session was over in 10 minutes. The photographer left; the family moved on.Photograph shows Florence [Owens] Thompson with two of her children as part of the “Migrant Mother” series.After World War II, Florence moved to Modesto, where she worked in a hospital and ultimately married a hospital administrator, settling into a relatively conventional and comfortable life.Migrant Mother made Lange’s reputation as a documentary photographer. She received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1941. She died of cancer in 1965.In 1998, the U.S. Postal Service used “Migrant Mother” in the Celebrate the Century series on a 32-cent stamp titled “America Survives the Depression.”The photograph was a source of embarrassment and resentment to Florence’s 10 children, who felt like she never received any financial gain from its popularity. However, in 1983, when their mother was suffering from the health consequences of cancer and a stroke, they were able to solicit donations of $35,000 to help pay for the medical bills of the famous Great Depression Mother.Read another story from us: Game of Thrones’ Red Wedding is based on Scotland’s Black Dinner in 1440 and Glencoe Massacre of 1692died on September 16, 1963. Her gravestone reads “Migrant Mother — A Legend of the Strength of American Motherhood.” read more
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March 10, 2009 – Researchers have found that over a 10-year period radiologic exams on pregnant women have more than doubled, according to a study published in the online edition of Radiology.“Imaging utilization has not been previously studied in the pregnant population,” said Elizabeth Lazarus, M.D., assistant professor of diagnostic imaging at the Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University and a radiologist at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, RI. “This population may be vulnerable to the adverse effects of radiation.”Dr. Lazarus and colleagues conducted a retrospective review of nuclear medicine, CT, fluoroscopy and plain-film X-ray imaging examinations performed at Rhode Island Hospital and Women and Infants’ Hospital from 1997 through 2006 to determine how often these imaging exams were performed on pregnant women and the estimated radiation dose to the fetus. Data were then compared to the number of infant deliveries per year for that same time period.The researchers found that from 1997 to 2006, the total number of imaging studies performed on pregnant women at their institution increased by 10.1 percent per year, but the number of CT exams increased by 25.3 percent per year. CT delivers a higher amount of radiation than many other radiologic procedures.CT exams are not routinely ordered for pregnant women, but may be necessary to detect suspected life-threatening conditions such as bleeding in the brain, blood clots in the lungs or appendicitis. Since CT exposes the developing fetus to radiation, concerns are often raised regarding overuse. The majority of CT examinations (approximately 75 percent) analyzed in the study were performed in areas of the mother’s body separate from the uterus, so the fetus was not exposed to any direct radiation. Still, low levels of radiation have been shown to carry a small risk of harm to a developing fetus.“Women should know that imaging is generally safe during pregnancy and is often used to detect potentially life-threatening problems,” Dr. Lazarus said. “However, this study should raise awareness about imaging trends in pregnant patients and help us continue in our efforts to minimize radiation exposure,” Dr. Lazarus said.The researchers evaluated 5,270 examinations on 3,285 patients. During the 10 years of the study, the number of patients imaged per year increased from 237 to 449, and the number of exams per year increased from 331 to 732. This represented an 89 percent increase in patients and a 121 percent increase in examinations over the course of the study. During the same 10 years, the number of deliveries only increased 7 percent from 8,661 to 9,264. Imaging utilization rates (exams per 1,000 deliveries) increased 107 percent.Use of plain-film x-rays increased an average of 6.8 percent per year, and the number of nuclear medicine examinations rose by approximately 11.6 percent annually. Fluoroscopy utilization increased by 10.6 percent per year, and CT examinations increased by 25.3 percent per year.A milliGray (mGy) is a unit of measure for absorbed radiation. The average estimated fetal radiation exposure per exam for CT was 4.3 mGy, compared to 2.91 mGy for fluoroscopy, 0.40 mGy for nuclear medicine and 0.43 mGy for x-rays.Dr. Lazarus hopes that increased use of electronic medical records will help physicians and patients keep track of the number and types of imaging tests performed on pregnant women and give proper consideration to alternative imaging tests – such as MRI and ultrasound – that do not expose the patient or fetus to ionizing radiation.Source: “Utilization of Imaging in Pregnant Women: A Ten Year Review of 5270 Exams in 3285 Patients: 1997-2006.” Collaborating with Dr. Lazarus were Carolynn DeBenedectis, M.D., David North, Sc.M., Patricia K. Spencer, M.D., and William W. Mayo-Smith, M.D.Radiology is edited by Herbert Y. Kressel, M.D., Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass., and owned and published by the Radiological Society of North America, Inc. 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JAL: the only Asian carrier to make ATRA’s safest airline list Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H American and European airlines are the safest in the world, claims a new report by the Air Transport Rating Agency (ATRA).The ten safest carriers, according to the study, are (in alphabetical order) Air France-KLM, AMR Corporation (American Airlines, American Eagles), British Airways, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways.The soundest airlines were not ranked, and interestingly, no Australian carriers made the list – although an ATRA spokesperson told the Australian that Qantas was “very close to the top 10” and a “very good airline”. Examining publicly available information on criteria such as the uniformity and age of a fleet, the report took into account airline safety and accident figures as well as “technical, human, organisational and external” elements, ATRA said. On its website, the Geneva-based agency says it is independent of all “airlines, manufacturers, regulatory authorities, trade unions and not-for-profit organisations” in performing its aviation risk assessment. read more
Seven workers at a Limassol hotel had to be treated in hospital for breathing problems after inhaling noxious fumes caused by swimming pool chemicals, the fire service said on Thursday.Speaking from the scene at the Amara hotel, fire service chief Markos Trangolas said the fumes were a result of two swimming pool chemicals, one being chlorine, mixed together by inadvertently.“It was a result of a human error,” he told reporters.Trangolas said the fire service arrived at the scene and followed all procedures, aired all spaes, cleared the chemicals on the floor and carried out inspections to ensure no fumes remained in the air.He urged all hotel technicians to be extra careful when handling such substances.You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityEarthquake insurance that fits your future plansCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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