London, Jan 14 (PTI) Sports broadcaster Gary Lineker and model wife Danielle Bux have amicably ended their seven-year-old marriage.The pair, who married in Italy in 2009, have quietly ended their marriage, reported Female First.”Thank you all for your kind words. @DanielleBux and I had many wonderful years together. We remain very close and the greatest of friends,” tweeted Lineker.Bux mentioned his tweet in her post and also wrote, “We have shared the most incredible 8 years that I will always cherish. We will remain the best of friends.”Their split was apparently partly caused by 36-year-old models desire to have more children.She has one daughter from a previous relationship while former soccer star, 55, has four grown up sons from a former marriage and is said to not want to have any more kids. PTI PSH ARK
Michael Phelps sat alone, thoroughly exhausted. He put his head in his hands and then motioned at his neck as though he had nothing left to give. (Rio Olympics: Full Coverage)No need. His work was done. He had his 20th and 21st gold medals.Phelps made up for one of the rare losses in his brilliant career by winning the 200-meter butterfly Tuesday night, a victory that sent him climbing into the stands to kiss his 3-month-old son Boomer. An hour later, he returned to take what amounted to nothing more than a triumphant victory lap in anchoring the 4×200 freestyle relay, the crowd’s deafening roar growing louder with every stroke. (Michael Phelps avenges London 2012 defeat, clinches 20th Olympic Gold)”That was probably one of my most challenging doubles,” the 31-year-old Phelps said. “Doing a double like that is a lot harder than it once was.”It was another performance for the ages, but Phelps has done it so many times that nothing else would have been fitting. It came on a night that American teammate Katie Ledecky picked up her second gold of the Rio Olympics on the way to what could be a historic run of her own in the pool. (Defending champion Serena Williams crashes out of Rio Olympics)Phelps now has 25 medals in all, and three more races in Rio to add to his almost unimaginable total. No other Olympian has more than nine golds.”That’s a lot of medals,” Phelps said, shaking his head. “It’s just insane.” (Rio 2016: Games bus carrying journalists hit by gunfire, no casualties)advertisementThe 200 fly was the one he really wanted, and it showed.With challengers all around, Phelps simply wouldn’t be denied. With his head nearly at the wall, he took one more stroke to make sure he got there first, his arms slamming against the timing pad.”Going into the finish I said, ‘If I have to take a half-stroke, I’m going to take a half stroke,'” Phelps said.That split-second decision got him to the wall ahead of everyone else, by a mere four-hundredths of a second.When Phelps saw the “1” by his name, he held up one finger. Then he sat on a lane rope, egging on the roaring crowd at the Olympic Aquatics Center with both hands, before emphatically pumping his fist.Tears welled in his eyes as he listened to the national anthem until one of his buddies from Baltimore cracked him up that shouting out “O” like they do at Camden Yards before Orioles’ games. Then, during the customary stroll around the pool to pose for photographers, Phelps broke ranks and bounded into the stands to plant a kiss on Boomer, the son who symbolizes just how much Phelps’ life has changed since a second drunken-driving arrest two years ago.”I wanted to hold him longer,” Phelps said. “It’s good to see he’s awake. He usually sleeps all the time.”Phelps held off Japan’s Masato Sakai with a time of 1 minute, 53.36 seconds, but that number was of little concern.The only thing that mattered was beating everyone else.”The last 10 meters were not fun,” Phelps said. “My gosh, I thought I was standing still.”Four years ago, Phelps mistimed his finish in the wind-milling stroke he does better than anyone, gliding to the wall a little too long after his final whirl of the arms. That allowed Chad le Clos of South Africa to stunningly win gold in an event that Phelps had dominated for the better part of a decade.Phelps retired after the London Games, so it looked like he wouldn’t get a chance to make up for his defeat. But when he decided about a year later to start competing again, the 200 fly was clearly the title he sought more than any other.”This is the race I really wanted back,” he said.Le Clos was in the final again, thoroughly inspired himself by his mother and father, both battling cancer and in the stands cheering him on.But the South African could only manage fourth this time, also finishing behind bronze medalist Tamas Kenderesi of Hungary.The relay was much less dramatic.Conor Dwyer, Townley Haas and Ryan Lochte went out ahead of Phelps, handing off a commanding lead to the most decorated athlete in Olympic history.Phelps essentially spent the next 100 seconds or so soaking up the cheers. He was only the third-fastest swimmer on his team, but he was a full body length ahead of Britain’s James Guy when he touched in 7:00.66.advertisementThe British claimed silver in 7:03.13, while Japan took the bronze in 7:03.50.Sure, Phelps hogged the spotlight on this night.
India’s women’s badminton doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa lost their inconsequential Group A match against Puttita Supajirakul and Sapsiree Taerattanachai of Thailand to bow out of the Olympic Games here on Saturday.Already out of the quarterfinal race, Jwala and Ashwini lost 17-21, 15-21 against Puttita and Sapsiree. (RIO 2016 FULL COVERAGE)With this loss, the Indian pair ended the Group A campaign with three consecutive losses. The Thai pair managed a win but it was not enough to take them through.Japanese top seeded pair of Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi topped the group with three wins, while Eefje Muskens and Selena Piek of the Netherlands claimed the second spot to enter the knock-outs.
ClickZ has some excellent marketing trends to share. The whole story is here, but if you don’t have time to read it, I offer these highlights:1. Email is still the best way to reach most people, so focus on building your lists in 2012.2. Consumers are “device indifferent,” meaning they are using many forms of technology. You need to think about how to reach them wherever they are – and that means coordinated outreach across different types of technology, including mobile (phones and tablets).3. Social media has come of age and it requires the same approach – integrated with other forms of outreach.4. Content remains king. If you want people to care, give them great information, stories and pictures. Outreach in any form is ineffective if it’s not engaging!
England vs Ireland, Day 2: Ireland believe after bowlers force England collapseOne-Off Test: After 20 wickets fell on the 1st day, Ireland maintained their stronghold by chipping away all day at England batsmen who played some lose shots to provide the tourists with a glimmer of a historic Test win.advertisement India Today Web Desk LondonJuly 25, 2019UPDATED: July 25, 2019 23:20 IST Rain forced an early end to the day’s play at Lord’s (Reuters)HIGHLIGHTSEngland finished 181 runs ahead with 1 wicket left in their 2nd inningsMark Adair picked 3 while Boyd Rankin and Stuart Thomson bagged 2 wickets eachIreland are aiming to achieve their 1st-ever Test winIreland bowlers produced a scintillating performance with the ball after getting just one wicket in the morning session to restrict England to 303/9 before the rain arrived to force the end of play on Day 2 of the one-off Test at Lord’s. Mark Adair (3/66) was the pick of the bowlers with 3 wickets to his name – including the crucial scalp of opposition skipper Joe Root. For England, the only highlight of the day was a fighting century stand between nightwatchman Jack Leach and debutant Jason Roy (72).But after the duo departed falling short of their maiden centuries, it was all gloomy for England as they kept flashing at deliveries going away from them while the Irish bowlers bowled consistent line and lengths. While Moeen Ali was once again snapped by a short ball, wicket-keeper Jonny Bairstow had a match to forget as he bagged a pair for himself.Jack Leach fell eight runs short of a maiden test century as Ireland kept alive their victory hopes on the second day of their historic four-day test on Thursday.The spinner, sent in as nightwatchman for the last over of a manic opening day, played superbly to reach 92 before edging Ireland’s first-day hero Tim Murtagh to Mark Adair in the slips.He had shared in a 145-run partnership with test debutant Jason Roy that had wiped out England’s 122-run first innings deficit after they were bowled out for 85 and then dismissed Ireland for 207 on a crazy opening day.Just when it appeared England were seizing control, however, Roy was clean bowled by Stuart Thompson for 72 and Leach went a few overs later.advertisementJoe Denly was run out for 10 after a terrible mix-up with skipper Joe Root before Jonny Bairstow was dismissed for a duck for the second time in the match, leaving England on 209-5 at tea, a precarious lead of 87.Also Read | Lahore 2nd Asian city to house ICC accredited biomechanics labAlso Read | Sri Lanka target winning farewell for retiring Lasith MalingaFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAjay Tiwari Tags :Follow England vs IrelandFollow Joe RootFollow Jonny Bairstow
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who turns 69 on Tuesday, met his mother Heeraben at her residence in Gujarat’s Gandhinagar to seek her blessings. The PM then sat down to have a birthday lunch with his mother. The images showed the two enjoying what looked like a Gujarati thali. Earlier in the day, the PM visited Sardar Sarovar Dam in Kevadia. Before that, the Prime Minister shared a video of the Statue of Unity in Kevadia of Narmada district. Modi had inaugurated the statue, billed as the tallest in the world, on the birth anniversary of India’ first home minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s on October 31 last year. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details”Have a look at the majestic ‘Statue of Unity’, India’s tribute to the great Sardar Patel,” PM Modi tweeted along with a 1:30-minute video.The Prime Minister also spent some time at the Khalvani Eco-Tourism site and a cactus garden in Kevadiya. He was accompanied by Gujarat Governor Acharya Devvrat and Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. In 2014, the Prime Minister had received a gift of Rs 5001 from his mother on the occasion of his 64th birthday. He in turn donated it to the Jammu and Kashmir flood relief fund. In May, PM Modi had paid a visit to his mother and sought her blessings after the BJP’s massive victory in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. The Prime Minister had met his mother on his 66th birthday in 2016 to seek her blessings. Last year, he spent his 68th birthday at his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi accompanied by a host of school children. He visited a primary school and celebrated his birthday with students. The prime minister also gave the students a number of gifts.(INputs from Hindustan Times)
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APTN National NewsOne of the largest inquests to take place in Ontario is finally underway in Thunder Bay.The inquest will look into the deaths of seven Indigenous students who moved from their remote reserves to go to high school in Thunder Bay.As APTN’s Wayne Rivers reports, the long-awaited inquest may have begun, but after only one day, it has already run into trouble.
3 June 2011Australia’s plan to send unaccompanied minors seeking asylum to Malaysia lacks important operating safeguards for children, the United Nations refugee agency said today. The country’s Immigration Minister reportedly announced yesterday that Australia will proceed with a plan to send unaccompanied minors – who had previously arrived by sea from Asia and sought asylum – to Malaysia as part of a wider bilateral agreement between the two nations on the handling of asylum cases.Adrian Edwards, a spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), said that while a draft memorandum of understanding on the issue between Malaysia and Australia had been shared with the agency, it had not been informed about the latest announcement.“We are not able to lend our support to the text as it currently stands because of the absence of the operating protection safeguards we have been calling for,” he said.“UNHCR has always stipulated that one of our specific requirements with regard to the transfers is that protection safeguards are in place to protect vulnerable groups, especially unaccompanied children.”
Some United National Party (UNP) members had said earlier they will support a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister.However the UNP, as a party has decided it will not support the no-confidence motion.A decision will now be taken as to when to debate and vote on the no-confidence motion. (Colombo Gazette) The no-confidence motion notes some concerns against the Prime Minister.The SLFP is expected to take a decision as a party on the no-confidence motion after studying its contents. Four Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) members of Parliament had also signed the no-confidence motion. A no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was handed over to Parliament today.The no-confidence motion with 55 signatures was handed over to Speaker Karu Jayasuriya by the joint opposition. SLFP MPs T.B Ekanayake, Nishantha Muthuhettigama, S. Punchinilame and Cader Musthan have signed the motion.
Ian Botham has hit out at the BBC’s hunting “agenda” after clashing with presenter Rachel Burden over his plan to give away meals made from pheasants shot on his estate to feed the poor. The former England cricketer argued with Ms Burden on 5 Live Breakfast on Monday morning after she asked him about animal rights’ campaigners views on grouse shooting. Explaining the plan he said: “There are a lot of people out there who are struggling, and a lot of people out there who can’t get a proper square meal, so our plan is to make 10,000 birds, and pay for the processing and we’d like to produce out of that, you’d have pheasant with vegetables, a casserole, and a partridge curry. “Everybody that buys one of these – for every one that’s bought we will donate one to the homeless.”He added that the birds had a “normal life”. But in response Ms Burden said: “That’s where a lot of people have trouble – with shooting as a sport”. Packham and fellow environmentalist Bill Oddie voiced support for the petition last summer, saying that grouse shooting is to blame for the declining population of rare hen harriers, which they say is being illegally persecuted by landowners because it feeds on grouse chicks. However pro-hunting groups argue that shooting helps preserve moorland and is an important rural industry, and deny that the bird’s declining numbers are down to illegal persecution. Sir Ian is a leading supporter of You Forgot the Birds, a group which is critical of the RSPB and Mr Packham. Sir Ian replied: “If you don’t look after these things, whether that’s a grouse moor, they disintegrate and they die,” adding: “If you have a better solution [to poverty] I’d be happy to hear it.” Cheers for all the feedback re @BeefyBotham. All welcome. No agenda.— Rachel Burden (@rachelburden) July 31, 2017 He added: “You must stop listening to people like Chris Packham because their facts are wrong and they were told that when they went to the Houses of Parliament. So do me a favour and actually let’s talk about what we’re talking about.””You came with an agenda. What are you doing for those poor two million people? “Negativity such as your question – it has got nothing to do with grouse shooting – which was thrown out of Parliament, which you failed to mention.”He later retweeted supporters who described Ms Burden as a “silly woman” and said the interview had been a “mean, spiteful interrogation” which had “turned to smug band wagoning”. In response Ms Burden tweeted: The food donation plan will involve giving the birds, alongside £40,000 to turn them into meals, to the Country Food Trust between October and February.The Trust, launched last year, provides free meals to the needy by distributing its casserole made from pheasant meat to charities and community groups. Last November a petition to ban driven grouse shooting was debated in Parliament after it was signed by 123,077 people.The Government said it had no plans to introduce a ban after MPs said it would be an “epic gamble” for rural communities. Ian Botham fishes on the river Teith in ScotlandCredit:Danny Lawson/PA Wire The grouse shooting season begins in August and normally lasts for around four months. Ahead of the debate Sir Ian argued with BBC wildlife presenter Packham on the Today Programme, whom he called an “extremist”. Wildlife TV presenter Chris PackhamCredit:Jay Williams Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
My evenings during the school year as a kid were pretty much scripted. I’d get home from school, go mess around with friends, come home for dinner, do homework, and then watch Star Trek on TV. I was into Firefly before most people knew what a Browncoat was, and to this day search the web for a Qualta blade replica that will shift from blade form to gun form. It’s a fascination, a love, and, for some, and obsession.The beauty of science fiction is that you can escape reality long enough to enjoy the adventure. All growing up, I felt like there was always a show on that was worth watching. In college there would often be heated discussions about the “best” sci-fi show on television. So, what happened to the “good old days” of sci-fi on American television? Has the “Golden Age” of televised science fiction ended?It seems like we’ve finally given up on rebooting Star Trek and Stargate. Joss Whedon seems to have given up on television for the moment, and moved on to projects like The Avengers. The closest thing we have to aliens causing trouble for the stars is V, and I don’t even think anyone was aware that the second season aired, much less talked about a third season. The SyFy channel killed Eureka — can anyone explain to me why the WWE is on that channel? Battlestar Galactica was rebooted and put back on the shelf already, and Terra Nova is on its way out the door.Most recent attempts at televised science fiction have failed within a year or two. Heroes, Flash Forward, Dollhouse… none of them seemed to have whatever the networks thought was necessary to keep them alive, despite each being pretty good shows in their own right. So, if sci-fi is going to continue to disappear in the US, where will geeks get their TV fix?The BBC is a powerhouse of sci-fi right now, most of which is brought to the US (often at a delay). Merlin, Being Human, and Doctor Who are all among my “must watch” shows when they are made available. On top of these, the BBC re-imagining of Sherlock Holmes has been a welcome breath of fresh air.BBC America released episodes of the recent seasons of Doctor Who on the same day that they release them in the UK, creating a gap of only a few short hours between the original air time. SyFy has even seen fit to remake Being Human, as a show with the exact same name but with actors that lack a British accent. Merlin is also syndicated on SyFy, but they manage to keep their British charm for this one.It seems that, like the US’ space program, science fiction on TV is getting a serious downgrade. For the first time that I can remember, the US does not really have any shows that compete with those listed above.I, for one, refuse to believe that the genre is on its way out. Instead, the problems seems to be a lack of immersion. Think about shows like Farscape or Andromeda — you are thrown into a world from day one that gives you a clear understanding that your view of the world does not apply in this scenario. You must quickly detach yourself from the “real world” in order to answer the question of “what would I do in this situation?” Of course, the biggest problem with shows like these are the expense. Computer Graphics, massive, incredible stages, and the writers capable of weaving this story into your mind are much more expensive then following around a meter maid with a camera and watching as she gets verbally assaulted by people who don’t want tickets (this is actually a TV show, if you didn’t catch the reference)Hulu and Netflix are both in the process of testing original content on their networks, maybe one of these guys should pick up the sci-fi flag and wave it around a bit. Otherwise, what will the guys from The Big Bang Theory have to talk about each week?
Les poissons menacés par la hausse du pouvoir d’achat asiatiqueLa conférence de l’ONU sur les Océans, qui a réuni des experts du monde entier à Manille jeudi dernier, a fait état de la menace pesant sur les stocks de certains poissons avec la hausse du pouvoir d’achat en Asie. Les besoins en poissons étaient déjà énormes en Asie, ce mets étant très prisé sur ce continent. Mais avec la hausse du pouvoir d’achat, la demande va indéniablement s’intensifier. Les poissons les plus touchés se révèlent être les plus chers, et donc les plus rares. C’est ce dont ont alerté les experts du monde entier réunis jeudi dernier à la conférence de l’ONU sur les Océans tenue à Manille. En effet, ceux-ci ont expliqué que la soudaine prospérité asiatique risquait de mener à court terme à un épuisement des stocks de thons et de mérous. À lire aussiCes 18 animaux méconnus à l’aspect étonnant pourraient disparaître avant vous”L’augmentation de la prospérité, surtout en Asie”, a accru la demande pour des poissons plus chers comme certains types de mérou et de thon, a expliqué Jackie Alder, coordonnatrice de la division des écosystèmes marins et côtiers (MECB) au Programme des Nations unies pour l’environnement (PNUE) citée par l’AFP. “Il ne fait aucun doute que les changement de mode de vie et les habitudes alimentaires (en Asie) ont un effet sur les ressources”, a souligné pour sa part Jerker Tamelander, responsable des récifs coralliens au PNUE.Par ailleurs, Jackie Alder a tenu à rappeler que la production mondiale de poissons stagnait à 80 millions de tonnes dans les années 1980. Beaucoup de scientifiques estimaient que ce chiffre ne pouvait pas évoluer de façon significative, mais la situation semble prouver qu’ils avaient tort au vu de l’augmentation des besoins, des techniques de pêche parfois douteuses et des quotas internationaux des stocks marins mal définis. La demande est même devenue si forte que les pêcheurs se servent de cyanure pour étourdir et capturer le mérou vivant, a commenté Jerker Tamelander. Cette technique pollue les fonds marins et met ainsi à mal les autres poissons et les coraux. “Il y a une forte mortalité, d’importants coûts de transport, mais les bénéfices sont aussi élevés”, a précisé le spécialiste. Le 25 janvier 2012 à 09:37 • Maxime Lambert
I had the pleasure of meeting Helen earlier this year and getting introduced to Shire Post Mint. I was completely blown away by the quality, detail, hard work, and heart that goes into every coin they produce. Shire Post covers many realms of Geekdom: Lord of the Rings, Conan the Barbarian, The King Killer Chronicle, and The Wheel of Time. All the pieces are beautifully crafted and made in-house (in Arkansas to be exact) from start to finish. Shire Post is a family operation where each member of the clan has a part in the creation of the coins. Helen and her family’s passion is palpable and now truly tangible. Everything is forged from a place of love and admiration for each property.Even the presentation they send everything in is well thought out and beautiful. I snagged the Queen of Meereen necklace myself a few months back. Each order comes in this lovely package that’s handwritten just for you.Their Game of Thrones coins are all officially licensed and made with the blessing of George R.R. Martin himself. As we prepare to return to Westeros Sunday here is a crash course in the currency of the kings and commoners of our favorite fantasy realm.This is just a few of the Game of Thrones offerings Shire Post Mint has.View as: One Page Slides1/91. Iron Coin of the Faceless ManJaqen H’ghar gave Arya this very coin with the words: “Valar Morghulis. All Men Must Die.” Although it is a coin, it can not buy anything. Instead, it associates you with the Faceless Men. The assassins of Braavos bring death as a gift. Be careful cashing this coin in.The Coin is $14. Purchase HereThe Necklace is $24. Purchase Here2. Braavosi Iron SquareThis coin is from the Free City produced from the Iron Bank. A Braavosi warrior is proudly displayed on one side and an hourglass with open hands on the other. High Valyrian script adorns it “Āegio Tistālior gurotriri emilza.” So always remember, “The Iron Bank will have its due.” The Coin is $15. Purchase Here3. House Stark Set of Four CoinsThe Starks are the Kings of the North. Winter and Direwolves dominate everything in the House Stark. Here are the four coins of Winterfell.Eddard Stark Half-GroatRickard Stark Half-PennyTorrhen Stark PennyRobb Stark Half-DragonThese Coins are $30. Purchase Here4. House Targaryen Set of Four CoinsThe Targaryens ties to dragons ring true throughout their house coins. Even once Daeny gets to Meereen they honor the ‘Breaker of Chains’ with her own showing the world who freed the Meereenese slaves.Daenerys Targaryen Mark of MeereenJaehaerys I Targaryen Golden DragonAegon I Targaryen PennyAegon V Targaryen Half-PennyThese Coins are $30. Purchase Here5. Volantis HonorsVolantis is and Free City. This one, however, is run by two groups: the merchant Elephants and the warrior Tigers. Both coins have death’s head on one side and their respective animals on the other. Each has the Valyrian saying, “First Men of the First Blood.”These Coins are $18. Purchase HereThese Necklace is $20. Purchase Here6. House Greyjoy Set of Four CoinsThe currency of the Iron Born. Here we have the Greyjoys of the Iron Islands. The family symbol the Kraken find away onto each piece. Embrace the people of the sea and honor their ocean ways.Balon Greyjoy Copper StarQuellon Greyjoy Half-PennyBalon Greyjoy PennyQuellon Greyjoy Half-DragonThese Coins are $30. Purchase Here7. House Baratheon Set of Four CoinsThe Baratheons are the youngest of the families but to less fierce. Here we have the last four Kings of House Baratheon each featuring the beautiful stag on the coins.Robert Baratheon Copper StarJoffrey Baratheon Golden DragonStannis Baratheon Half-DragonTommen Baratheon Half-PennyThese Coins are $30. Purchase Here8. Dothraki Copper PulTechnically the Dothraki don’t use currency, but they do barter. Rumor has it they cut stamped armbands and us that to make swaps when they travel. The one pictured here is for Khal Drogo and shows him riding his loyal steed. These Coins are $14. Purchase Here9. Black Goat of Qohor NecklaceThe easternmost Free City of Essos is Qohor. This necklace features the Black Goat that the Qohorik people worship. “Qohor With Blood,” is inscribed on the other side. The Valyrian translation is “Qohor With Blood.” No doubt a nod to the sacrifices these people make in their religious practices. These Coins are $27. Purchase HereAll are available for purchase now!Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. ‘Game of Thrones’ Targaryen Prequel Series Is Reportedly Coming to HBO‘Game of Thrones’ Star Kit Harington Joins Marvel’s &#… Stay on target
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Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Google+ WrestleMania Could Be Biggest Ever Roman Reigns Is Back, But Not Fighting For Belts Monday Night RAW will air live tonight from Newark, New Jersey.Tonight’s show will see WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins and RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch team up to take on Andrade and Zelina Vega. Andrade and Vega challenged Rollins and Lynch last week on a WWE.com exclusive video. Rollins and Lynch will team up this Sunday at WWE Extreme Rules in a Winners Take All Mixed Tag Extreme Rules match against Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans.Also scheduled is Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre taking on Roman Reigns and a partner of McMahon’s choosing. If The Undertaker interferes in the match, he will not be allowed to team with Reigns at WWE Extreme Rules.We will also see the fallout of AJ Styles turning on Ricochet and reforming The Club with Gallows and Anderson, as well as updates on Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley.Wrestleview.com will have a live ongoing RAW recap tonight beginning at 8:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 CT.Live Post-Show Tonight on YouTubeBe sure to join Mike and Victoria Tedesco for another edition of Post-RAW tonight on YouTube. Facebook Ronda Rousey WWE Lists The Shields Top 10 Wins Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles WWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-Down Mike Tedesco RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton) Now Playing Up Next Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte WhatsApp Now Playing Up Next Twitter WWE’s Kevin Owens Scheduled For Surgery Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-DownVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:32/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:29 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Drew Mcintyre Pinterest Nikki Bella Videos Articles Video: Watch the live WWE Clash of Champions Kickoff Show from Charlotte tonight
Vancouver police pursued an armed robber who made off with cash from a Rose Village gas station late Monday night, but the suspect got away.Officers responded about 11:17 p.m. to 2901 St. Johns Blvd. for the report of a robbery that just occurred.Vancouver Police Department spokeswoman Kim Kapp said in an email that the suspect ran into a Shell station, pointed a handgun at the cashier and demanded money. “He fled the store with an undisclosed amount of cash,” Kapp said.After a report that the man headed eastbound from the store on 29th Street, police immediately set up a perimeter around the area and deployed a canine in hopes of tracking down the robber. The suspect was not located, however.It was the second armed robbery in two days in Vancouver. On Sunday, an east Vancouver sandwich shop was robbed.
Quadra Media has acquired the remaining assets of New York-based Surface magazine, a bimonthly fashion and interior design title.Quadra—a holding company headed by Nylon owner Don Hellinger and former Berkery Noyes managing director Christopher Shannon—had purchased a 10 percent stake in Surface earlier this year. “Acquiring the remaining stake in Surface was a no-brainer,” Shannon told FOLIO:. “We like to have a quick impact financially but this acquisition came about quicker than we expected. Looking at our other properties, the strategic partnership makes a lot of sense.”Quadra also has an investment in New York-based arts and style magazine Tokion, and its popular annual conference, Creativity Now.As part of the acquisition, Quadra shut down Surface’s San Francisco office and made “a couple of layoffs,” Shannon said. “The magazine was lean before but we’ve realized some efficiencies.” Surface co-founders Richard Klein and Riley Johndonnell will remain with the magazine—Klein as publisher and Johndonnell as head of creative.