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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Obama honors Giants on World Series win

WASHINGTON (AP) ? President Barack Obama says the San Francisco Giants are making a "habit" of dropping in at the White House.

Obama welcomed the 2012 World Series champions Monday at a South Lawn ceremony honoring their victory and their community service work. The Giants swept the World Series in October, defeating the Detroit Tigers 4-3 in the final game after nearly being knocked out earlier in the playoffs.

The president says their second title in three seasons was because of stellar pitching, defense and timely hitting. But Obama didn't predict that finish. On the campaign trail last year, he anticipated a World Series between the White Sox and the Washington Nationals.

The crowd of well-wishers included Giants Hall of Famer Willie Mays, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee.

NOTES: Giants assistant GM Bobby Evans says the club will recall 1B Brett Pill and OF Roger Kieschnick on Tuesday, when the team opens a series at Philadelphia. To clear roster room, INF Tony Abreu was placed on the 15-day disabled list and OF Kensuke Tanaka was optioned to Triple-A Fresno.


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Amazon expansion to bring new jobs to Indianapolis

Amazon is expanding in Indianapolis.

It?s part of the company?s plans to add 5,000 across the country. Jeffersonville, Ind., is also part of the strategy, which also includes cities in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and South Carolina. The company needs to add jobs to sustain the growing need for fulfillment centers. It already employs about 20,000 workers in that area.

Amazon said the jobs pay 30 percent more than traditional retail jobs. The positions include benefits like health care, 401(k) plans and stock awards. Workers will pick, pack and ship orders to customers.

For more about the jobs, visit Amazon?s employment website.


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Monday, July 29, 2013

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The Staycation in Park Royal Penang

When you mentioned Park Royal Penang in Batu Ferringhi, many will tell you stories on the history of the hotel. While many locals still live in the past, the hotel has move on. In fact, the hotel has gone through a revamp with a huge renovation on their hotel rooms. The legacy remains with new directions.
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Penang has changed for good in the past few years. More places for good food and more hotels are opening on the island. To drive from Kuala Lumpur to Penang, it should take less than five hours drive (without speeding) with leisure speed and it will take an hour for a plane ride. We chose to drive because we wanted to travel freely on the island.
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It didn?t take us long to reach Park Royal Hotel. Even though the exterior looks the same but the interior is a world of its own. I always feel that hotel services in Malaysia fares poorer compare to our neighbours but in Park Royal Penang they proved me wrong. Doormen and front desk staffs were helpful and friendly.
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We got ourselves a beautiful seaview room. I love how the newly renovated hotel rooms. It looks like new!
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The swimming pools in Park Royal Penang must be mentioned. They have two swimming pools, one for the adults and one for the children.
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If you are bringing your kids for a staycation in Park Royal, they will love the children?s pool. It is like mini water theme park but it is always advisable parents or guardians should be around when the kids are playing in the pool
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If you are a beach person, just walk a few steps and you will be greeted by the beautiful Batu Ferrighi white sandy beach. Facing the Strait of Malacca, there are varieties of sports activities available.
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Having a brisk walk or even a jog at this beautiful beach during morning or evening is relaxing. Usually the sea water here is not that rough so swimming in the sea is consider safe. Jelly fish attacks are rare in Penang.
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If you don?t want to soak into the sea water, you can always sun bathing at the benches available exclusive for hotel guests.
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Breakfast in Parkroyal Penang was not disappointing as well. I thought it will be the same old typical ?Malaysia hotel breakfast? and I was wrong. They have local Penang food like char kuey teow and nasi lemak for breakfast.
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I stayed two nights in Parkroyal Penang and it was blissful. Due to Rachel?s pregnancy, we stayed in the hotel most of the time and we didn?t even make time for the Batu Ferringhi night market. Please don?t be fooled by the exterior and the history of the hotel as the rooms were renovated and rejuvenated. If you are planning to visit Penang for a staycation, ParkRoyal Penang Batu Ferringhi is an option for you.

Park Royal Penang ?Address:

Batu Ferringhi Beach, 11100 Batu Ferringhi, Penang, Malaysia

Phone: +60 4-881 1133





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Symmetry is vital to the workings of our world from particles to wheels (Image: Sophie Chivet / Agence VU/Camera Press)

Discovering symmetry's unsung heroine is all part of a very wild ride through Dave Goldberg's book The Universe in the Rearview Mirror

"IF WE'RE trying to understand all that there is, we're going to have to dig a little bit deeper," says astrophysicist Dave Goldberg, laying out his ambition for this book. This ambition is nothing less than to illuminate the basis of modern physics and, arguably, the fulcrum of our knowledge of the world ? the idea of symmetry.

Symmetry is more than the aesthetic balance in colonnades and butterfly wings. In the much more general, physics sense, it can apply to time, space, electrical charge, spin, and even more abstruse properties of matter.

Loosely, symmetry means that when you change one thing, other things remain unchanged and still behave the same way. Rotate a square by 90 degrees, and it looks the same. A circle is more symmetrical, because it can be rotated by any angle and look the same. As well as rotation, symmetries include reflection, translation (shifting everything along in one direction) and translation in time (resetting the clocks). As Goldberg explains, symmetry is not just the reason why wheels work, but also why E = mc2, why atoms exist, and why the floor holds you up.

Emmy Noether's theorem may be the most profound idea in science (Image: Science Photo Library)

Symmetry's central position in modern physics stems from a stunning insight by a German mathematician called Emmy Noether. The daughter of Max Noether, a mathematics professor at the University of Erlangen, she chose to stay in the family business despite the resistance to women in the field. Working unpaid for much of her career, Noether surpassed her eminent father when, in 1915, she proved that every symmetry in nature leads to a conserved quantity.

Her work was inspired in part by Einstein's newly published general theory of relativity, an extension of his special theory.

It may sound obscure, but Noether's theorem is possibly the most profound idea in science. It tells us that because physics remains unchanged if you move a bit to the left or right, total momentum in the universe must remain unchanged. Because physics is the same today as it was yesterday, there is a conserved thing called energy. The idea of a link between time and energy is still startling today. And that is only the beginning. After Noether's work, fundamental physics became a search for symmetries.

Unsurprisingly, she was not always well treated by the mathematics establishment. Goldberg tells us how she found an ally in the mathematician David Hilbert, who recalled how "tradition, prejudice, external considerations, weighted the balance against her scientific merits and scientific greatness, by that time denied by no one".

When Noether was first denied a Privatdozent (a title conferring the right to lecture), Hilbert made a rousing but futile defence of her. "I do not see that the sex of the candidate is an argument against her admission," he said. "After all, we are a university, not a bathhouse."

Although Noether is well known among mathematicians today, having established much of the basis of modern algebra, she deserves wider fame. Goldberg is a cheerleader, considering her the star of his story. Even so, I was disappointed by how briefly she appears, and wanted more on how she proved her theorem.

Ancient symmetries

But Goldberg is a restless author and there is much to cover. And so we are off, discovering more of nature's strange and subtle symmetries. We learn how particle replacement symmetry and the quirks of quantum spin combine to nail together the periodic table ? and how physicists Chen Ning Yang and Robert Mills extended Noether's work to show that symmetries generate all the particles and forces in the universe.

We also discover that symmetries can break in interesting ways. Broken symmetries today hide the underlying simplicity of unified quantum fields, which would have been evident to a physicist lurking in the very hot early universe. The main object of fundamental physics is to reconstruct these ancient symmetries from our cooler perspective.

One slightly broken symmetry allowed matter to triumph over its evil twin, antimatter, in the early universe. Matter sprang from a hot bath of gamma radiation: our genesis is "much like [that of] The Incredible Hulk," says Goldberg. Clearly it helps to be on top of your comic books and speculative fiction, as Goldberg packs in sci-fi, superheroes and fantasy references.

On the whole, this tendency doesn't warrant the apologies that Goldberg makes, although the allusions sometimes seem forced. He describes, for example, how it is possible to detect neutrinos by "building giant detectors underground ? oddly reminiscent of the Dwarrowdelf in Middle Earth".

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Report: Detroit Tigers, Texas Rangers have 'talked' about trade involving All-Star closer Joe Nathan

As part of his to-do list, Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski has talked to nearly every club these past few weeks to get a better handle on who's available with the trade deadline looming.

The Texas Rangers were among the teams he spoke with. And, according to FOX Sports' Jon Paul Morosi, closer Joe Nathan was discussed.

Morosi reported late Sunday that the two clubs have discussed a trade involving Nathan, but said the Rangers are asking a lot for the 38-year-old.

And as a result, there is "no momentum toward a deal."

So what's the asking price for Nathan, who has suddenly become expendable with the return of reliever Joakim Soria?

The Dallas Morning News' Evan Grant suggested the team could target the Tigers' current setup man, Drew Smyly, in exchange for the six-time All-Star.

But given the depth of the Rangers' bullpen, a Nathan-for-Smyly swap doesn't make much sense for the Rangers, aside from it obviously offering financial relief.

Soria, who missed all of 2012, was activated from the disabled list in early July and could take over the closer role for Texas if Nathan were dealt. Texas pitcher Neftali Feliz is expected to return from Tommy John surgery next month, too. The bullpen appears set.

According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Rangers are seeking an established hitter in exchange for Nathan, who holds a team option for next year at $9 million. The option can turn into a mutual option if he finishes 55 games. So far, he's completed 39 games.

However, it appears the Rangers don't feel pressed to trade Nathan. According to Yahoo!'s Jeff Passan, Texas is strongly considering standing pat at the deadline.

My take? Don't get too worked up over the report. Dombrowski is simply performing due diligence by making the rounds. He called. He asked. He listened. He hung up. The end.

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Samaras Will Stress Energy Key To Obama

Samaras Will Stress Energy Key To Obama

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras at an event in February for the signing of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline deal that will carry gas from Azerbaijan through Greece.

Greek Prime Minister Antonios Samaras will visit the United States next month to meet President Obama and discuss a number of issues critical to Greece, Europe and the United States, including energy security. Greece finds itself in a strategically advantageous position in southeastern Europe, geographically, economically and politically. Situated at a crucial point on the routes between the exporting countries of the East and South and the importing countries of the West, Greece is gradually reinforcing its role as energy security provider, by supporting key energy projects. The recent selection of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) by the Shah Deniz Consortium constitutes a major step to the implementation of the Southern Gas Corridor

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Suicide car bomb hits Iraq Kurdish patrol, kills 8

BAGHDAD (AP) ? A police official says a suicide car bomber has rammed his vehicle into a Kurdish security patrol in northern Iraq, killing eight.

Col. Hussein Ali Rasheed, who is police chief of Tuz Khormato, says the bomber struck Sunday morning as the patrol was passing through the ethnically-mixed town. He says five more were wounded.

Tuz Khormato sits in territory contested by Arabs, Kurds and Turkomen about 200 kilometers (125 miles) north of Baghdad. Iraq's Kurdish self-rule zone maintains its own security forces.

The attack comes amid an increase in violence that is raising fears of a return to the widespread sectarian killing that pushed the country to the brink of civil war after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion. More than 3,000 have died since April.


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After Tino Martinez resigns, Marlins name John Pierson interim hitting coach

Amid allegations from several Marlins players that hitting coach Tino Martinez resorted to both physical and verbal abuse, the former Yankee star resigned from his position. John Pierson was named the interim hitting coach. Pierson had been serving the team as the organization?s Minor League field director.

Martinez had offered to resign when the organization was made aware of the complaints, but owner Jeffrey Loria stunningly gave a vote of confidence to his hitting coach. It was only when the allegations went public that Martinez stepped down.??It has been building for a few days,? Martinez said. ?I didn?t know this was going to come out publicly. When this came out, I thought it was the right thing to do.?

As Juan C. Rodriguez of the Sun-Sentinel describes it, Martinez had a controversial style, engaging in disagreements with manager Mike Redmond along with a physical engagement with rookie second baseman Derek Dietrich. The allegations suggest Martinez had grabbed Dietrich by the neck, but Martinez firmly denied any such action, saying,??I want to say that I never physically touched anyone by the neck. That never happened.?

Martinez sounds legitimately apologetic about his actions. Via Joe Frisaro:

?I just thought with some young players, you needed to be a little firmer and try to get them on the right track,? Martinez said. ?Obviously, I made a mistake, and I apologize for that too. I apologize to the Marlins? organization, my family and everyone involved.?

To his credit, Redmond was rational about the situation as well, empathizing with the difficulties Martinez faced as a new coach following a 16-year playing career:

?Coaching is tough,? Redmond said. ?I know that going from a player to a coach, it?s hard. Part of the grind is learning how to deal with different situations with different players and personalities. All of that stuff is a challenge. Some people can do it. Some people can?t.

?At the same time, too, we need those guys. That?s the show. Those 25 guys out there, they?re the ones who go out there and perform. Our job is to keep them going. That?s the important thing.?

For the Marlins, it?s another blemish on a very blemished record. After opening up a $634 million new stadium last year, the Marlins boasted a payroll north of $100 million, $40 million more than it had been at its highest point dating back to 2000. Quickly, though, after the team fizzled, Loria traded away the same free agents he had signed to rich, lengthy contracts as free agents, and sent away some of the organization?s homegrown stars as well, such as Hanley Ramirez. They opened up the 2013 season with a $50 million payroll. On average, the Marlins are averaging about 11,000 fewer fans per game than they were last year. Their latest misstep won?t help bring any more fans to the ballpark.


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Blockbuster burnout? Here are other options


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"The Wolverine" should claw its way to a healthy box-office win this weekend, as Hugh Jackman's mutant hero returns to theaters with another solo outing. But what if you're not a super-fan of superheroes? Maybe you're suffering from blockbuster burnout, and need an entertainment option of a kinder, gentler ilk. Here are some options, from lesser-known movies to home video and book choices.

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"Fruitvale Station," "Breaking Bad" and "Orange Is The New Black" are some options to help with blockbuster burnout.

'Fruitvale Station'
You may not find "Fruitvale Station" playing next to "The Wolverine" and "Pacific Rim" at your local mall multiplex. But it's worth seeking out at an arthouse or indie theater if need be. It's based on the true story of Oscar Grant, 22, who was shot to death by a police officer at a San Francisco train station in the early hours of New Year's Day 2009. Grant was no saint, and the film doesn't portray him as such, but he was handcuffed and unarmed when he was killed by the officer, who had announced he was going for his Taser, then suddenly drew a gun and fired into Grant's back. The film won both the Grand Jury Prize for dramatic feature and the Audience Award for U.S. dramatic film at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. See it with someone you're comfortable discussing social issues with, because whatever your mindset going in, you'll want to talk about it. (Check local theater listings.)

'Breaking Bad'
The final eight episodes of "Breaking Bad" are speeding towards us like a meth-powered RV, and if you need to catch up, the time is now. You can watch the already aired episodes on DVD or via online streaming, and there are plenty of online dissections of each episode's pros and cons. Walter White's transformation from Mr. Chips to Scarface has been an engrossing and terrifying one, and how it will end is anyone's guess. (Aug. 11, 9 p.m., AMC.)

'Orange Is the New Black'
"Orange Is the New Black" is no "Oz." This new Netflix-only series focuses on Piper Chapman, a wealthy blonde New Yorker who finds herself a fish out of water when she's sent to a women's prison for 15 months. Piper is accustomed to making artisanal soaps and wearing designer clothes, not fighting for phone calls and wearing neon-orange prison garb. The women she meets are fascinating, including Laura Prepon of "That '70s Show" as the lover who helped land Chapman behind bars in the first place, and an almost unrecognizable Kate Mulgrew as the prison cook who tries to starve Chapman out after a poorly timed insult. (Netflix streaming.)

'The Way Way Back'
The Atlantic said "The Way Way Back" may be the best movie of the summer, and includes A-list star Steve Carell, yet even the most dedicated moviegoer can be forgiven for not knowing about it -- it hasn't seen even a quarter of the publicity blitz that surrounds movies like "Pacific Rim." Kids of the 1970s and '80s will remember that "the way back" was what many of us called the oddly situated seats in the far back of a station wagon, and that's where 14-year-old Duncan (Liam James) sits. He's struggling through life as his mom (Toni Collette) contemplates marrying her boorish boyfriend (Steve Carell). He meets pals at a local water park called Water Whizz and hears rumors that someone one passed another person in the tube slide, which seems impossible. One guess if it really is. (In theaters now.)

'Gone Girl'
Books where you're not sure if you can trust the narrator make for bumpy and intriguing reads. The 2012 bestseller "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn takes a wife's disappearance and forces the reader to stay alert, hopping from one possible scenario to another. You'll be reminded of the Laci Peterson case more than once. And if you like the book, get ready for the eventual movie, which will star Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike as the main couple. (In bookstores and available for download now.)

'Power Moves'
Need a book to keep you laughing while you're living in your 'Bring (Chrysler Sebring) or downing brews at 'Bee's (Applebee's)? You need to get your hands on "Power Moves," you guys. The new book is an in-depth look at the life of (fictional, or so they say) Karl Welzein, the bad boy behind the hilarious Dad Boner Twitter feed. Karl must cope with Nosey Lady at work and a wife and kids who just don't get his rockin' off-the-chain, all-American life. How is this book not No. 1 in America? Kinda concerning, you guys.


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'I'd rather go to hell than worship a homophobic God': Desmond Tutu speaks out as he compares gay rights to the struggle against apartheid in South Africa

By Abigail Frymann


The South African Nobel peace laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu says he will never worship a 'homophobic God' and would rather go to hell than find himself in a 'homophobic heaven'.?

The retired archbishop said the fight against homophobia in South Africa was similar to the campaign waged against racial apartheid in South Africa.?

Archbishop Tutu, 81, was speaking at the launch of the UN's first global campaign to promote gay rights.

Emphatic: Archbishop Tutu said today's struggle for gay rights in Africa was on a par with the struggle to end apartheid

Emphatic: Archbishop Tutu said today's struggle for gay rights in Africa was on a par with the struggle to end apartheid

Although gay relationships are legal in South Africa, the country has had some of the worst incidences of homophobic violence, UN human rights chief Navi Pillay said.

'I am as passionate about this campaign as I ever was about apartheid. For me, it is at the same level,' the 81-year-old archbishop said at the launch of the Free and Equal campaign in Cape Town.?

Same-sex relationships are illegal in more than a third of countries around the world and punishable by death in five, Ms Pillay said.

In Africa, homosexual acts are criminalised in 38 countries, according to the rights group Amnesty International.?

Tutu, who retired as Archbishop of Cape Town in 1996, has long campaigned for gay rights.??

'I would refuse to go to a homophobic heaven. No, I would say sorry, I mean I would much rather go to the other place,' he said.

'I would not worship a God who is homophobic and that is how deeply I feel about this.'

Alliance: The charismatic archbishop, 81, shared a platform with the openly gay Constitutional Court Judge Edwin Cameron the and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay

Alliance: The charismatic archbishop, 81, shared a platform with the openly gay Constitutional Court Judge Edwin Cameron the and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay

Archbishop Tutu said the campaign against homophobia was on a par with the campaign to end the official racial segregation that split South Africa until it was formally ended in 1994.?

'I am as passionate about this campaign as I ever was about apartheid. For me, it is at the same level,' he added.

Ms Pillay said gay and lesbian people in South Africa had good legal safeguards but they still faced brutal attacks.??

Last month, a lesbian was found dead in a township outside Johannesburg. She had been sexually assaulted with a toilet brush.

'People are literally paying for their love with their lives,' Ms Pillay said, AFP news agency reported.

Launch: the trio were announcing the launch of Free & Equal, a United Nations global campaign to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality. South African gays still face brutal homophobic attacks

Launch: the trio were announcing the launch of Free & Equal, a United Nations global campaign to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality. Gay people in South Africa still face brutal homophobic attacks

Ms Pillay said the UN will push for gay rights to be recognised in countries where they are illegal.?

'I constantly hear governments tell me, 'but this is our culture, our tradition and we can't change it'... So we have lots of work to do,' she added.?

When US President Barack Obama visited Senegal at the start of his visis to Africa in June, he urged African nations to decriminalise homosexual acts.

But he was publicly rebuffed by President Macky Sall of Senegal while the pair were sharing a podium. President Sall said Senegal was not ready to make the step.

Other African faith leaders including Kenyan Catholic Cardinal John Njue also rejected Obama's comments.?


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18 more GSK staff held in China

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Another 18 GlaxoSmithKline employees have been detained by Chinese authorities as a major criminal investigation into alleged corruption widens. ...


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Sunday, July 28, 2013

'The Wolverine' claws way to top of box office

This publicity photo released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Hugh Jackman as Logan/Wolverine in a scene from the film, "The Wolverine." (AP Photo/Twentieth Century Fox, Ben Rothstein)

This publicity photo released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Hugh Jackman as Logan/Wolverine in a scene from the film, "The Wolverine." (AP Photo/Twentieth Century Fox, Ben Rothstein)

This publicity image released by 20th Century Fox shows Hugh Jackman in a scene from "The Wolverine." (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Ben Rothstein)

(AP) ? "The Wolverine" slashed monsters and minions to debut atop the weekend box office.

The Fox film featuring Hugh Jackman's sixth turn as the claw-wielding superhero opened with $55 million in North America, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Last weekend's top movie, Warner Bros.' low-budget horror "The Conjuring," slipped to second place, adding another $22.1 million to its take, while "Despicable Me 2" was in third with $16 million. The Universal animated sequel, with its cast of cute, yellow minions, has made more than $600 million worldwide since it came out four weeks ago.

"The Wolverine," which is set in Japan and features an international cast, earned another $86.1 million overseas. The film's opening-week take surpassed the $120 million it cost to make, said Chris Aronson, Fox's head of domestic distribution.

"It's a huge opening for the clawed one," he said. "It played equally well from Maine to Maui."

Another Fox film, the animated snail-racing tale "Turbo," was in fourth place with $13.3 million. Adam Sandler's "Grown Ups 2" followed with $11.5 million.

Woody Allen's latest, "Blue Jasmine," enjoyed a stellar opening of its own, though on a much smaller scale. Starring Cate Blanchett, the film opened in just six theaters but still collected $612,767.

"It's one of the biggest opening per-theater averages ever for a non-animated film," said Paul Dergarabedian of box-office tracker

Ticket sales this weekend were up almost 30 percent over the same weekend last summer, he said.

"It was a good weekend to be a moviegoer because the choices just got a lot more interesting," Dergarabedian said, noting a mix that includes animated, independent and big-budget action offerings.

"Fruitvale Station," the Sundance winner already generating Oscar buzz, opened across the country and edged its way into the top 10, contributing to a summer box office that is up more than 10 percent over last year.


Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Where available, latest international numbers are also included. Final domestic figures will be released on Monday.

1. "The Wolverine," $55 million ($86.1 international).

2. "The Conjuring," $22.1 million.

3. "Despicable Me 2," $16 million.

4. "Turbo," $13.3 million.

5. "Grown Ups 2," $11.5 million.

6. "Red 2," $9.4 million.

7. "Pacific Rim," $7.5 million.

8. "The Heat," $6.85 million.

9. "R.I.P.D.," $5.85 million.

10. "Fruitvale Station," $4.65 million.


Universal and Focus are owned by NBC Universal, a unit of Comcast Corp.; Sony, Columbia, Sony Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Classics are units of Sony Corp.; Paramount is owned by Viacom Inc.; Disney, Pixar and Marvel are owned by The Walt Disney Co.; Miramax is owned by Filmyard Holdings LLC; 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight are owned by News Corp.; Warner Bros. and New Line are units of Time Warner Inc.; MGM is owned by a group of former creditors including Highland Capital, Anchorage Advisors and Carl Icahn; Lionsgate is owned by Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.; IFC is owned by AMC Networks Inc.; Rogue is owned by Relativity Media LLC.

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Brewster church's Bible school moves outdoors

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BREWSTER ? Students in the vacation Bible school at Cape Cod Bible Alliance Church learned about Paul and the shipwreck on Friday, a story that the teachers said illustrates the Bible verse, ?For God has not given us a spirit of fearfulness, but one of power, love and sound judgment.?

Meanwhile, not far from where students listened to this biblical story of Paul using faith to inspire calm during a storm, a chain-link fence guards the jagged concrete foundation of the 12,800-square-foot church destroyed by arson Nov. 30.

For 18 years, members of the church have held the annual summer children's program inside their air-conditioned building on Route 6A. But this year, as the plans for rebuilding move forward, they had to improvise and hold classes outside under tents.

Rebuilding plans are still in the design phase, said the Rev. Myron Heckman, head pastor.

The architect is working on making the church ?more of a one-story,? which means expanding the footprint, Heckman said. The congregation purchased an additional half-acre next door to maintain or even add to the existing 110 parking spaces, he said.

Insurance will cover $2.7 million for the new building and Heckman estimates that a capital campaign will need to raise an additional $800,000.

He said he expects groundbreaking in the spring and the project to be completed a year later, in 2015.

Until then, the 300 members and adherents hold Sunday services at the Stony
Brook School, and various church groups meet in houses, libraries and other public spaces.

?We're making it work,? said Leslie Botsford, the church's Christian education

Adam Finnegan, 29, of Brewster, who has been charged with burning the church at 3 a.m. Nov. 30, remains at Bridgewater State Hospital.

His parents have stated their son has a mental health condition.

He is due back in Barnstable Superior Court for a pretrial conference Sept.3, according to court records.

?Many of us are praying for him,? Day said. ?Our hearts are heavy for his family and for him. It would be nice to see him get the help he needs.?

As for the weeklong summer school being held outside, the kids didn't seem to mind that adjustment at all.

About 90 elementary-age children dove between raindrops to gather under
tents for crafts, Bible study and games on the last day of camp Friday.

The kids prefer being outside because they can spread out, said Judie Day, a camp volunteer and church member.

?It makes it seem more like a camp,? Heckman added.


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Republican Senator Coburn: Government Shutdown Over ObamaCare Would Destroy GOP

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Excerpted from The Hill: Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) said Friday that a plan spearheaded by Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) ? and endorsed by at least a dozen Republican senators ? to shut down the government to block funds for ObamaCare would cost the GOP control of the House and could destroy the party.

?The strategy that has been laid out is a good way for Republicans to lose the House,? Coburn said in an interview with The Washington Examiner?s Byron York.

?Lee?s answer [to critics] is, ?Give me a different strategy,?? Coburn said. ?Well, there isn?t one, because we lost the [election]. I?m getting phone calls from Oklahoma saying, ?support Mike Lee,? and I?m ramming right back ? support him in destroying the Republican party??

Lee says he?s recruited more than a dozen Republican colleagues willing to block a continuing resolution to fund the government beyond Sept. 30 if it includes funding for ObamaCare.

The second- and third-ranking members of Republican leadership, Sens. John Cornyn (Texas) and John Thune (S.D.), have said they support Lee?s plan, as do influential conservatives and potential presidential candidates Sens. Marco Rubio (Fla.) and Ted Cruz (Texas).

However, Sens. John McCain (R-Ari.) and Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) spoke out against the plan earlier this week. Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) called it ?the dumbest idea I?ve ever heard.?

Coburn on Friday told The Washington Examiner he opposes Obamacare. But the GOP scheme did nothing more than create false expectations for the Republican base, because there?s no chance Obama will sign into law a spending bill that defunds his signature healthcare legislation, he said.

?The worst thing is being dishonest with your base about what you can accomplish, ginning everybody up and then creating disappointment,? he said. ?It?s a terribly dangerous and not successful strategy.? Keep reading


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Why surgeons are a key target for some Google Glass app ... - GigaOM

Before he even knew that Google Glass was in the works, Partho Sengupta was salivating at the potential for smart eyewear in healthcare. In a draft article for a top medical journal two years ago, the Mt. Sinai cardiologist said he gushed so effusively about the possibilities for such a device that his wearable technology comment was edited out because it was deemed too futuristic.

But maybe his sentiments would be received differently now.

Noble Ackerson, a Google Glass Explorer and vice president at Silica Labs, demos his Glass app.

Noble Ackerson, a Google Glass Explorer and vice president at Silica Labs, demos his Glass app.

That?s because, these days, uber-early Google Glass adopters are actually wearing their high-tech headgear around town.? And as they show off its hands-free and voice-activated features, it?s becoming increasingly clear that medical professionals ? who spend hours each day on their feet and with their hands engaged ? could be among those to benefit most from the new technology. Even skeptics, who doubt the consumer appetite for Glass, say they see a much brighter future for it in medicine.

?There are so many dimensions to the world that we?re not able to recognize. But I think Google Glass will scale up our primary senses. Within the next one to two years, I think you?re going to see a huge disruption in healthcare from it,? said Sengupta, who?s starting to gain some fame within his field for his futuristic thinking and high-tech (and holographic) presentations.

For fans of the new technology, Google Glass could elevate everything from telemedicine and medical education to surgery and the electronic health record.

In the case of a cardiac arrest, Google Glass could enable a paramedic to share the results of a patient?s electrocardiogram and other images with a doctor immediately and start making critical care decisions before they even reach the hospital. In the operating room, where surgeons may need to process a traffic jam of incoming information from a variety of other specialists and screens, it could help doctors make faster decisions. And in rural, under-resourced areas, its ability to let users share their field of vision could give nurses and physicians a way to get real-time feedback from remote specialists while still conducting procedures and tests.

Cost? Launch date? Development kit?

But despite the excitement, developers creating Glass apps for health and providers eager to embrace them are working with several unknowns. First, there?s the price: Glass costs developers and early adopters $1,500. Some (wishful) pundits say it could be as low as $400 at launch, but, really, it?s a question mark. Next, there?s the launch date itself, which is estimated to be in early 2014 but isn?t set in stone. Then, there?s the fact that many health-related applications will require more robust apps that are native to the device, and Google has yet to release a glass development kit? ? or even a launch date for it.

?There are a few challenges here,? said Antonio Zugaldia, chief technology officer at Washington, DC-based Silica Labs, which is developing apps for Google Glass and other wearable technology platforms. ?We?re taking our time before jumping and developing something quickly. We want to be sure that whatever we build makes sense.?

For now, the company is focused on testing the limits of the Mirror API, which enables developers to build more limited apps for Glass, and organizing Google Glass Meetups to hear from doctors and others in healthcare what would be most valuable to them.

Silica Labs' GlassFit app is its first foray into health and wellness apps for Google Glass.

Silica Labs? GlassFit app is its first foray into health and wellness apps for Google Glass.

Ultimately, Zugaldia said he sees a great deal of potential in creating apps for enterprise health customers. But the company?s first foray into health-related Glass apps is more of consumer fitness product called GlassFit, which is essentially a virtual personal trainer that gives users a no-hands way to follow more involved exercise regimens (and could also be used to help rehabilitate those who have suffered injuries or strokes, the company said).

Other developers, however, are working with a more aggressive timeline. Austin, Texas-based Pristine, for example, is determined to have a marketable product ready by the time Glass launches, which founder Kyle Samani believes could happen as early as November. By August, he said, the company plans to start piloting its app with a large academic medical center. Beyond disclosing that they?re focusing on surgery, the company won?t share exactly what the product will do.

?The nature of a surgeon?s job is to play with toys? they?re also high-powered energetic folks and they?re efficient,? said Samani. ?We can either make them more money or get them home earlier.? Another reason they?re targeting surgeons? Large dollar volumes. The price of a procedure is fixed for the patient, so if they can help surgeons be more efficient and squeeze an extra operation in or be able to finish earlier, he said, they can save the hospital money.

Could glass rival tablets in healthcare adoption?

Their product doesn?t just assume that Google Glass will be on the heads of the surgeons ? it assumes that nurses and other medical professionals, too, would be wearing it. In fact, Samani?s very bullish estimate is that by 2018, all medical professionals in the U.S. will use Glass.

Others in the health field, however, take a more moderate view. John Halamka, the CIO of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, is also pro-Glass but estimates that adoption, which will be driven by doctors who purchase Glass for themselves, will be slower than tablets because the form factor is more foreign. Ultimately, he thinks adoption will be significant but less than tablets, which a recent survey said are used by 30 to 40 percent of doctors depending on the size of the practice.

Augmedix founders, Ian Shakil and Pelu Tran, are building a Google Glass app for physicians.

Augmedix founders, Ian Shakil and Pelu Tran, are building a Google Glass app for physicians.

San Francisco-based Augmedix, which was recently joined the Rock Health startup accelerator, is also keeping the details of its service under wraps, saying only that it is exclusively focused on physicians because they have high salaries and overheads, are increasingly in short supply, and need to process a tremendous amount of information and documentation. It, too, plans to have a product ready for providers by the time Google Glass launches and says it?s already testing at multiple pilot sites.

But even the most ambitious developers acknowledge that creating apps for a new platform is a challenge.?While he expects that Google will clean up its code by the time it officially launches Glass, Samani said the biggest hurdle in developing native Android apps for the platform is that it?s ?incredibly buggy and undocumented.?

Liability and security

Other key areas that need to be ironed out are liability and security. Augmedix said that in their testing, patients (even those outside of tech-savvy San Francisco) are receptive to doctors using Google Glass. But that confidence could erode in the wake of a major breach (earlier this month, a researcher found a vulnerability?that?has since been patched up). And while video recording and sharing could be valuable Glass features, hospitals would need policies to mitigate risks to patient privacy.

If apps use Google?s cloud, that could be another issue for healthcare providers. Under new HIPAA rules, providers? ?business associates? have specific compliance obligations and it?s unlikely that Google wants to sign contracts formalizing that relationship, which means hospitals (if authorities checked) could be considered in violation of the rule, said Kirk Nahra, a partner at Washington, D.C.-based Wiley Rein LLP who specializes in health care.

But as he pointed out, Google Glass isn?t so unlike other new technologies that have come before. Its form factor may change the way people perceive and interact with it, but it?s hardly the first device to move into medicine that can capture video, collect data or process information.

?It?s like any other development,? he said. ?It has a different feel and you have to think through how you?re going to protect it.?


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Find Out if Sunglasses Are Polarized By Looking Through Two Pairs

If you're shopping for sunglasses and aren't sure if they're polarized, you can easily check by holding two identical pairs at 90 degree angles to each other.

We've talked about why polarized lenses are awesome, but if you're browsing for glasses at a mall kiosk or sidewalk sale, you might want to double check the authenticity of their polarized selections. As the video above demonstrates, all you have to do is hold two identical pairs in such a way that you can see straight through them both. As you turn one pair slowly to 90 degrees, your vision through the second lens should get visibly darker. If the lenses aren't actually polarized, you shouldn't notice a change.

You could also do this trick with most LCD smartphone screens. Just look at your phone in portrait orientation, then slowly turn it to landscape to see if you notice any change. If you can though, try to test this with a pair of glasses that you know are polarized beforehand, since not every phone screen behaves the same way.

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Make Your Business Trip Or Vacation More Relaxing With These ...

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Travel can be a wondrous experience. No really, it can be. In terms of traveling to a new location and experiencing new people, culture, and food, it is truly a thing of wonder. To start learning some basics as to how to make a plan that works for you, refer to the tips below.

Pack all your necessary belongings in a carry-on bag for airline travel. Not having to check luggage means that you can save on checked bag fees, check in for your flight at home or at a kiosk without having to wait in line a the ticket counter, and will avoid the possibility of your luggage being lost.

Take an extra debit card with you while traveling. Things sometimes get lost on long trips. If you can, keep an extra debit card handy. Having too much cash on hand is often a bad idea. An extra debit card is much less risky and far easier to keep track of.

Before you travel internationally, learn where your country's embassies and consulates are in your destination country. These are not resources for the casual traveler. Hopefully you will never need them. If you find yourself in legal trouble, though, consulates and embassies can provide vital assistance in navigating unfamiliar and unfriendly legal waters.

Jogging at a rest stop, while on a road trip, is a fast way to wake up, relieve stiffness from your limbs and prepare yourself for the next leg of your journey. Instead of simply walking around and maybe going to the bathroom, include a five minute jog at the rest stop. Simply getting out of the car may not sufficiently revive a weary driver, which may leave him or her still sleepy when on return. A quick run can also give children an opportunity to release some pent-up energy.

If you are traveling and planning to wash laundry in your hotel room, set up your drying line somewhere with a good breeze, preferably in front of a fan. In areas with extremely high humidity, your laundry will not dry quickly enough to avoid developing a smell unless there is also air movement.

If you need to use the bathroom during a long flight, please make sure to put your shoes on when entering the restroom. You never know what kind of germs can be on the floor of the plane, especially near the commode. When you return to your seat, feel free to kick your shoes off.

Try to purchase tickets to amusement parks in advance so that you could print them out. The small fee per ticket for this service is well worth it when you consider the lines that you can avoid. If the park you are visiting has a timed entry, you can skip admission lines too.

Making the necessary preparations will make a big difference before a trip. These preparations range from ensuring that one has packed everything that is needed to using the bathroom before leaving the house. Having everything prepared and in place before traveling will give one more time to relax and enjoy themselves.

Travelling by plane can be a way to greatly reduce traveling time, while increasing time that can be spent enjoying the trip. Also, you are free to entertain yourself while the pilots and other staff take care of everything. You can sit back and enjoy the flight, while traveling in comfort.

As you plan your vacation, don't be shy about using your frequent flyer miles for a wide variety of traveling perks. Stockpiling your miles isn't a good idea, because no one knows if they will be worth anything in the future. Go ahead and trade them in for a free flight or anything else that would make your traveling experience a little easier.

Check the weather for your destination prior to packing. You are sure to be able to find the information about the weather on the internet and it will help you to pack a little lighter. Many airlines will charge for luggage that weighs too much so only take what you need with you for your trip.

As stated above, traveling can be easy as long as you are well informed. Now that you are equipped with theses tips about traveling you will hopefully keep them in mind for the next time you travel. Remember, the only way that traveling can be stress-free is if you allow it to be.

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Saturday, July 27, 2013

Hostage-taker, six others killed in Florida apartment shooting

By Jane Sutton

MIAMI (Reuters) - Seven people were shot and killed at an apartment building in a Miami suburb early Saturday, including the suspected gunman who was holding two hostages when a SWAT team moved in, police said.

The hostages were rescued unharmed, Hialeah Police Sergeant Eddie Rodriguez told NBC News.

The standoff began on Friday evening during an argument between the gunman and the husband and wife who ran the apartment complex. Their bodies were among the six found after the SWAT team moved in on Saturday morning, police said.

The gunman lived in a fourth-floor apartment with his mother, the Miami Herald quoted the landlords' daughter, Shamira Pisciotti, as saying.

The couple, 78-year-old Italo Pisciotti and 68-year-old Samira Pisciotti, went to the unit to discuss a problem with the gunman, who opened fire and killed them both, their daughter told the newspaper.

Three other victims were found shot to death in that building and one was walking into a building across the street when the gunman shot him from a balcony, police said.

The shooter was barricaded inside a fifth-floor apartment with the two hostages when police negotiators made contact with him during the night. The SWAT team swarmed in after the talks broke down about 2 a.m., the Herald said.

The apartment complex in the blue-collar, mostly Hispanic community housed about 90 families.

(Reporting by Jane Sutton; Editing by Vicki Allen)


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