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Mondiali Beach Soccer, ai quarti è sfida tra Gori e Stankovic. Mister Santini: "Sono i 2 pivot più forti del mondo"

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di Claudio Tanteri
48075691773 1395737f06 bCi siamo, è iniziato il conto alla rovescia verso l'atteso quarto di finale mondiale tra l’Italbeach e la Svizzera. Domani (28 novembre), alle 23,25, le due nazionali si giocheranno l’accesso alla semifinale a Los Pynandi World Cup Stadium di Asuncion in una partita che promette spettacolo. Dopo la netta vittoria con il Messico nell’ultima partita dei gironi (leggi qui), il mondiale dell’Italia adesso entra nel vivo con la fase ad eliminazione diretta. Ad Asuncion andrà in scena una sfida all’interno della sfida, quella tra due bomber: Gabriele Gori e Dejan Stankovic, rispettivamente capocannoniere e vicecapocannoniere del mondiale. Un quarto di finale dal sapore viareggino: i due fuoriclasse, infatti, quest’anno hanno condiviso la maglia bianconera del Viareggio bs. Insieme hanno condiviso numerose battaglie sotto la guida di mister Stefano Santini, che adesso osserva da lontano la sfida tra i due fenomeni.

Santini non ha dubbi: “Gabriele Gori e Dejan Stankovic sono i due pivot puri più forti del mondo. Sentono la porta come pochi, giocano sempre in avanti pronti ad insaccare la palle in rete. In pochi hanno queste caratteristiche: il brasiliano Rodrigo è fortissimo ma non gioca fisso in area. Insieme a Gori e Stankovic metto anche Emmanuele Zurlo, anche lui ormai è tra i top del mondo”.
77150163 2595873920502982 8362036660837285888 oGori contro Stankovic. Il quarto di finale tra Italia e Svizzera verrà decisa anche dalla sfida tra i due bomber. Da una parte Gabriele Gori, 32 anni, protagonista di un 2019 da favola da top al mondo con 8 titoli di capocannoniere conquistati. Quello del viareggino è il miglior inizio di sempre in un mondiale: con la bellezza di 13 gol in sole 3 partite, il numero 10 migliora il suo score dello scorso mondiale alle Bahamas (concluso con 17 gol e il titolo di capocannoniere) in cui segnò 11 reti nella fase a gironi. Un marziano ad Asuncion, per lui parlano i numeri: sono 38 i gol in un mondiale per Gori, 172 sigilli nel solo 2019, 289 in nazionale (80 nel 2019) e 721 all-time. Dall’altra parte un altro fenomeno noto a livello planetario, Dejan Stankovic. Il 34enne necessita di poche presentazioni: oltre 300 presenze con la nazionale elvetica e una serie infinita di realizzazioni di cui lo stesso giocatore ha perso il conto. Stankovic ha trascinato la Svizzera ai quarti segnando 7 reti (vicecapocannoniere), eguagliando già i gol segnati nello scorso mondiale alle Bahamas. Una sfida a suon di gol: nell’ultimo precedente tra Italia e Svizzera risalente a maggio, Gori segnò una tripletta e Stankovic una doppietta. Mister Stefano Santini svela i segreti dei due bomber: “Gori continua a migliorare anno dopo anno. I suoi punti forti sono il gioco aereo, il calcio e la velocità di esecuzione della rovesciata che è davvero unica. Ha aumentato la velocità di esecuzione di questo fondamentale, per questo sorprende sempre i portieri. Nella rovesciata è il più forte del mondo. Stankovic è un giocatore più fisico rispetto a Gori: protegge palla e fa perno sul giocatore avversario. Sul calcio Gori e Stankovic sono allo stesso livello, sulla rovesciata Gabriele ha qualcosa in più”.
47923474518 2fdeae96f2 hQuesta Italia se la può giocare con tutti: “Quella con la Svizzera sarà un balla sfida, ma l’Italia parte da favorita – l’analisi di Stefano Santini -. La rosa degli azzurri è più competitiva, gli svizzeri hanno solamente 4 giocatori di alto livello”. Santini è sicuro: l’Italia può giocarsela anche con il Brasile. “Questa nazionale può davvero giocarsela con tutti – commenta Santini -. Il Brasile è senza dubbi la favorita, è la nazionale da battere. Ma questa Italia ha dei punti in favore rispetto alla nazionale verde-oro : in attacco siamo più forti, il Brasile non ha Gori e Zurlo. Due giocatori che il Brasile soffre. Non solo gli attaccanti, anche i nostri portieri (Del Mestre e Carpita) sono migliori. Quando è attenta, inoltre, la fase difensiva dell’Italia è quasi insuperabile. Senza dimenticare lo staff del tecnico Del Duca, che è di primissimo livello. Al top del mondo direi, proprio insieme al brasiliano Gilberto Costa e allo svizzero Angelo Schirinzi. Il Brasile ha una rosa di fenomeni ed è letale in ripartenza, ma anche nella partita contro il Portogallo ha dimostrato di essere vulnerabile in difesa. In una partita secca tutto è possibile”.
48506970922 c220247302 hCarpita, Marinai, Ramacciotti e Gori: quattro viareggini alla conquista del mondo, un orgoglio di un’intera città e della società del Viareggio Beach Soccer. “Siamo partiti 10 anni fa, tra lo scettiscismo di tutti, compreso quello dei genitori dei ragazzi – racconta Stefano Santini –. La società ha fatto tanto per Carpita, Marinai, Ramacciotti e Gori, adesso loro stanno restituendo tutto. Questi 4 hanno dato la vita e l’anima per il beach soccer. Hanno fatto la fortuna del nostro club: se il Viareggio ha vinto tutto è merito loro, questa cosa la voglio sottolineare. Stanno portando il nome della società in tutto il mondo: sentire nominare Viareggio in una diretta di Sky è una grande soddisfazione. Sono il nostro orgoglio”.
48498471906 bebaf81095 hI precedenti tra Italia e Svizzera. Quella di Asuncion è la sesta partecipazione della Svizzera al mondiale, miglior risultato la finale persa con il Brasile nel 2009. Gli elvetici arrivano all’appuntamento con il secondo posto del Gruppo A, dopo aver perso lo scontro diretto per la vetta nell’ultima partita contro il Giappone di Ozu (5-3). La Svizzera ha chiuso il gruppo con 5 punti, dopo le vittorie con Usa (8-6) e Paraguay (7-6 dopo l’extra time). La squadra di Schirinzi ha segnato 18 gol (quarto miglior attacco, l’Italia ne ha segnati 21) e subiti 17 (L’Italia solo 10). Quella tra Italia e Svizzera è una sfida infinita ed equilibrata: le due nazionali si sono affrontate trentuno volte, gli azzurri sono in leggero vantaggio LWE38674con 16 successi sui 15 dei rossocrociati. 156 i gol segnati dall’Italia, 150 dagli svizzeri. Ai mondiali solo due volte i loro percorsi si sono incontrati, in entrambe le occasioni ha avuto la meglio l’Italia. L’ultimo precedente in un mondiale risale al 2015: in Portogallo gli azzurri si aggiudicarono l’ultima partita del girone per 6-4 grazie anche alla doppietta di Palmacci. Il giocatore del Catania è ancora a secco in questo mondiale, chissà se deciderà di sbloccarsi proprio con la nazionale elvetica. Il precedente più prestigioso tra le due nazionali risale alla semifinale degli europei del 2005, in cui l’Italia superò la Svizzera per 5-3 e poi conquistò il titolo. Altra sfida importante è stata la semifinale dei Giochi Europei di Baku del 2015, anche in quel caso vinse l’Italia per 7-4. L’ultima sfida tra Italia e Svizzera risale allo scorso maggio, a Salou (Spagna), dove si giocarono le qualificazioni ai World Beach Games. L’Italia si aggiudicò la finale per il terzo e quarto posto per 6-4: a segno Stankovic (2), Ott e Borer per la Svizzera; Gori (3), Zurlo (2) e Marinai per gli azzurri. Ecco la rosa di Schirinzi che domani sfiderà l'Italia ad Asuncion: Eliott, Picchieri, Wuest, Borer, Ostegen, Steinemann, Spacca, Mo, Stankovic, Ott, Hodel, Valentin.
78830492 2594533287303712 1834828943887171584 oGli altri quarti di finale. L’Italia è stata inserita nella parte di tabellone più complicata. In un'eventuale semifinale, infatti, gli azzurri si troveranno di fronte la vincente tra la corazzata Brasile e la Russia. I campioni in carica partono nettamente favoriti contro una Russia che sta giocando un pessimo mondiale, ma ha dimostrato di essere una squadra che non muore mai. Vietato sottovalutare i russi. Nell’altra parte di tabellone si affronteranno il Giappone del fenomeno Ozu e l’Uruguay di capitan Laduche. La vincente se la vedrà con Senegal o Portogallo, una sfida molto interessante. La squadra africana ha ben impressionato nella fase a gironi: una squadra fisica capitana da Ndiaye, il miglior portiere della competizione fino a questo momento. Dall’altra parte c’è il Portogallo del pallone d’oro Jordan, che ha dimostrato di poter ambire ad alzare la coppa al cielo.
Come seguire gli azzurri. La sfida andrà in scena domani (28 novembre) alle 23,25 (ora italiana) e sarà trasmessa in diretta su Sky Sport 1, Sky Sport Collection, sul sito web di RaiSport e in differita alle 0,15 su RaiSport Hd. L’Italia non vuole smettere di sognare, tutti uniti verso un obiettivo: conquistare uno storico mondiale.
Il programma dei quarti: Brasile-Russia (20,15), Senegal-Portogallo (21,50); Italia-Svizzera (23,25); Giappone-Uruguay (all’1 di notte). Tutte le partite verranno trasmesse in diretta su Sky Sport Collection.

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Skogen - klimathjälte eller kassako?

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Om skogens roll för att hindra en hotande klimatkris och om skogen som en näring som omsätter miljarder. Går det att alls kombinera jakten på vinst med skogens klimatnytta eller måste vi välja?

När världens länder snart samlas till klimattoppmöte i Madrid sätter man stort hopp till jordens skogar. Träden suger upp en fjärdedel av den koldioxid vi släpper ut varje år och spelar därför en viktig roll för att hålla den globala uppvärmningen nere. Men samtidigt som skogen ska bidra till att stävja klimatkrisen bär den också på stora ekonomiska intressen. Det är kring den intressekonflikten veckans Konflikt kretsar och vi gör nedslag på tre platser där frågan, på olika sätt, har ställts på sin spets. Vi besöker sojaodlingarna i Brasilien där jordbrukarna andas nytt hopp efter valet av Jair Bolsonaro som president. Vi möter änkan efter Liviu Pop, den rumänske skogvaktaren vars död åter satt fokus på den omfattande illegala avverkningen i landet. Och vi avslutar i våra egna svenska skogar där skogsnäringen hävdar att klimatnyttan går hand i hand med vinstintresset. Från Brasilien hör vi Alessandro Bahia och Henrique Silva från den statliga miljömyndigheten Ibama, sojaproducenten Gilberto Goellner, kongressledamoten Nelson Barbudo samt Fernando Cadore, vice ordförande för sojaböndernas intresseorganisation Aprosoja. I Rumänien möter vi Horea Petreus som forskar om biologisk mångfald och som arbetar för att bevara Rumäniens vildmark och djurliv, Ana Maria Pop, änka efter skogvaktaren Liviu Pop och Mihai Lesan, talesperson för det statliga skogsbolaget Romsilvas lokalavdelning i Maramuresregionen i norra Rumänien. Från Sverige medverkar Rolf Björheden, vid forskningsinstitutet Skogforsk, Otto Bruun, bioekonom vid Svenska Naturskyddsföreningen och Sten B Nilsson, skogsprofessor som bland annat suttit med i flera utredningar om skogens framtid. Programledare: Ulrika Bergqvist ulrika.bergqvist@sverigesradio.se Producent: Johanna Melén johanna.melen@sverigesradio.se Reporter i Brasilien: Lotten Collin Tekniker: Stina Fagerberg
          

The eye of the beholder

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The eye of the beholder
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A. Carson
A. E. Cavanna
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R. Davenport
M. J. Edwards
A. Espay
Edoardo Ferlazzo
S. Franceschetti
V. Fung
D. L. Gilbert
C. G. Goetz
R. Guerrini
M. Hallett
A. G. Hounie
J. Jankovic
C. Klein
A. Lang
P. Limousin
D. Martino
K. R. Muller-Vahl
A. Münchau
F. Nahab
M. Orth
M. Reuber
E. Roze
G. Rubboli
P. Sandor
C. Schrader
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J. Stone
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朝鮮半島という災厄 : 北朝鮮處分の全內幕

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In certi momenti, ciascuno di noi sarebbe pronto a dare la caccia al nero: “La specie umana è geneticamente predisposta al razzismo. Per decine di migliaia di anni, i nostri avi hanno vissuto in bande di cacciatori che interagivano tra di loro scontrandosi, picchiandosi, uccidendosi. E uno dei criteri per distinguere immediatamente l’amico dal nemico era il colore della pelle, la fisionomia del volto, l’aspetto fisico. Lo straniero era di per sé una minaccia esistenziale: era un vantaggio evolutivo scattare subito nella posizione di allarme, pronto a colpire e a uccidere, se necessario. Nel fondo siamo rimasti come i nostri antenati. La xenofobia è nel nostro Dna. Certo, nei secoli siamo riusciti ad abbassare il tasso di razzismo, grazie al benessere e all’istruzione. Ma quando il benessere e l’istruzione vacillano, le persone tornano a essere quelle che sono state per millenni: uomini guidati dall’istinto che esercitano la violenza per proteggersi”.
Ordinario di storia della medicina e docente di bioetica presso la Sapienza di Roma, Gilberto Corbellini ha da poco pubblicato Nel paese della pseudoscienza. Perché i pregiudizi minacciano la nostra libertà (Feltrinelli), un libro che mette in guardia dai pericoli che corre la nostra società, intossicata da una discussione pubblica nella quale circolano argomenti che non hanno nessun riscontro scientifico: “Nel secolo scorso, le tensioni sociali sono deflagrate in guerre fratricide. E le teorie cospirative diedero una grossa mano, per esempio nello sterminio degli ebrei. Sono cose che ci sembrano relegate nei manuali di storia, ma che invece possono accadere di nuovo. La democrazia non è per niente scontata. Anzi. Nei momenti di crisi, i pregiudizi hanno un potenziale di diffusione enorme. Inclusi i pregiudizi razziali. Nonostante la genetica abbia ampiamente dimostrato che le razze non esistono”.

Professore, la propaganda di Meloni e Salvini si rivolge all’antenato che è dentro di noi?

Entrambi parlano all’uomo basico, cioè alle persone che non hanno sviluppato sufficienti strumenti cognitivi e morali per tenere sotto controllo le proprie pulsioni più innate.

È questa la ragione del loro successo?

L’Italia è un paese nel quale il cinquanta per cento dei cittadini è analfabeta funzionale. Cito i dati dell’Ocse sul livello di alfabetizzazione degli adulti nel mondo occidentale. L’Italia è l’ultima della classifica. Salvini e Meloni parlano in maniera talmente chiara che riescono a farsi capire anche da loro. Mentre, invece, un politico come Zingaretti risulta per queste persone troppo complesso, oscuro.

Escluderebbe dal voto chi è analfabeta?

Ma certo che no. Però, oggi la parola democrazia è diventata un sinonimo della parola maggioranza, come se le due cose fossero identiche. Invece, non è così. La democrazia si regge due principi: uno è quello del voto, l’altro è lo stato di diritto. La maggioranza non ha sempre ragione. Anzi, la maggioranza può essere anche composta da una quantità enorme di persone che intende distruggere tutti i limiti che le istituzioni pongono all’esercizio del loro potere. Serve a questo la Costituzione: a impedire che il popolo faccia danni alla convivenza civile. È un principio, questo, che i populisti trascurano, tendendo a dimenticare che, prima di ogni cosa, tutti siamo sottoposti alla legge, in uno stato di diritto. Anche il popolo.

I populisti non hanno dato voce a chi ha pagato cara la crisi del 2007?

Le persone che votano per i partiti e i movimenti populisti hanno le loro ragioni, ovviamente. Il problema della disuguaglianza è un problema reale. Irreale è l’idea che le diseguaglianze possano essere eliminate una volta per tutte. Tanto è vero che, ogni volta che l’uomo ha provato farlo, ha creato solo degli inferni in terra. Pensi al comunismo, oppure al nazismo.

Ma i populisti hanno più semplicemente nostalgia dell’Italia di qualche decennio fa: o no?

Per un meccanismo psicologico, noi tendiamo a credere che il passato sia migliore del presente. Non c’è generazione di adulti che non si lamenti di come sono i giovani del loro tempo. Eppure, non è così. Io c’ero nell’Italia di allora. Le posso assicurare che non c’era niente che fosse migliore di oggi. Eppure, imperversa questo mito della meravigliosa società contadina. Falso. Io sono figlio di contadini, sono cresciuto in campagna, nella provincia di Piacenza. E le dico che succedevano cose orribili, ai tempi. C’erano mariti che si ubriacavano e picchiavano le mogli. C’erano figli dati ad altre famiglie e sfiancati di lavoro. Le persone trattate come cose. Ma di cosa stiamo parlando?

Ma chi ne parla, i populisti?

No, i populisti si appellano piuttosto ai valori della tradizione come il patriottismo, il familismo, etc. La nostalgia per l’economia del passato la coltiva la sinistra. Penso a Oscar Farinetti o a Carlo Petrini, che si sono arricchiti con la narrazione della decrescita, della Terra Madre e del cibo naturale di una volta. Io ricordo un passato ben diverso. E ho l’impressione che il mondo, da quando sono cadute le ideologie, si sia rifugiato in una nuova forma di pensiero magico: il passatismo: per cui ogni cosa che c’era ieri era meglio di ciò che c’è oggi.

Oltre a una parte della sinistra, chi ne è affetto?

Gli anziani sono le persone più predisposte a credere che le cose a cui essi sono affezionati hanno maggiore valore. Perciò, tendono a considerare le innovazioni del mondo contemporaneo come degenerazioni. Guardano i cambiamenti con sospetto. Il problema è che per andare avanti noi abbiamo un bisogno estremo di innovazione. E non aiuta avere a che fare con una popolazione che è sempre più anziana.

Gli toglierebbe il voto, come ha proposto Grillo?

Credo che Grillo sia una delle persone più distanti da me sia politicamente, sia culturalmente. Eppure, penso che in questo caso abbia ragione, almeno in parte. Su alcune cose che riguardano il futuro, noi anziani – mi ci metto dentro pure io, che ho sessantadue anni – non dovremmo influenzare decisioni che non capiamo.

In Emilia Romagna, per esempio?

No, in Emilia Romagna il problema è un altro.

Quale?

Che gli emiliani non possono dirsi in nessuno modo insoddisfatti dal modo in cui ha governato Stefano Bonaccini. Hanno un sistema sanitario eccellente. Un sistema scolastico ottimo. Delle infrastrutture che funzionano bene.

E dunque?

E, dunque, se gli emiliani voteranno per la Lega dimostreranno di essere dei campioni di autolesionismo.

Le sardine possono impedirlo?

Da emiliano, le dico una cosa: attenti, all’enfasi che si mette su questo movimento. È un movimento interessante, ma è soprattutto un movimento urbano, che fa proseliti nelle città.

E cosa c’è che non va?

Che l’Emilia Romagna è fatta anche di campagna, la campagna in cui sono nato e cresciuto, e dove credo che il messaggio di Salvini sarà molto più ascoltato che in città. Nelle campagna c’è una insoddisfazione dovuta a una stagnazione sociale. Occhio, sardine. Salvini non prenderà mai Bologna. Il problema è non fargli prendere tutto il resto.


          

Benetton: basta odio verso la mia famiglia

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Luigi Di Maio - Luciano Benetton

“Trovo necessario fare chiarezza su un grande equivoco: nessun componente della famiglia Benetton ha mai gestito Autostrade. La famiglia Benetton è azionista al 30% di Atlantia che a sua volta controlla Autostrade”. E’ quanto precisa Luciano Benetton, in una lettera inviata ad alcuni quotidiani nazionali, in cui chiede “serietà”, non “indulgenza”, ma invita a smettere l’odio nei suoi confronti e della sua famiglia.

“Non cerco giustificazioni - aggiunge il patron della famiglia veneta -, ma questi attacchi sono assurdi”, “chi ha sbagliato deve pagare ma è inaccettabile la campagna scatenata contro la nostra famiglia”.

“Le notizie di questi giorni su omessi controlli, su sensori guasti non rinnovati o falsi report - spiega Benetton -, ci colpiscono e sorprendono in modo grave, allo stesso modo in cui colpiscono e sorprendono l’opinione pubblica. Ci sentiamo feriti come cittadini, come imprenditori e come azionisti.

Come famiglia Benetton ci riteniamo parte lesa. Di sicuro ci assumiamo la responsabilità di aver contribuito ad avallare la definizione di un management - prosegue - che si è dimostrato non idoneo, un management che ha avuto pieni poteri e la totale fiducia degli azionisti e di mio fratello Gilberto che, per come era abituato a lavorare, di sicuro ha posto la sicurezza e la reputazione dell’azienda davanti a qualunque altro obiettivo. Sognava che saremmo stati i migliori nelle infrastrutture”.

Luciano Benetton attacca anche Di Maio e parte del governo. “Non cerco indulgenza per Autostrade, chi ha sbagliato deve pagare, ma quello che trovo inaccettabile, è la campagna di odio scatenata contro la nostra famiglia, con accuse arrivate da subito e che continuano tutt’ora con veemenza da parte di esponenti del governo, come l’onorevole Di Maio, che addita la famiglia come fosse collusa nell’aver deciso scientemente di risparmiare sugli investimenti in manutenzioni. In pratica come fosse malavitosa. Questo è inaccettabile, chi ci conosce sa come lavoriamo..”.

Arriva su Facebook la replica di Di Maio alle parole di Benetton. Il capo politico M5s definisce “surreale” la lettera. “Ditemi voi se è normale che a un anno
e mezzo di distanza dalla tragedia del Ponte Morandi, l’uomo che per primo si è arricchito alle spalle degli italiani chiudendo un occhio sui mancati interventi di manutenzione da parte della sua società, oggi si improvvisi in un appello alla pace e al bene - scrive Di Maio -. Contro le campagne d’odio, come ha detto lui stesso. Perché Luciano Benetton non va a dirlo alle famiglie delle vittime del Ponte Morandi? Perché non si spese allo stesso modo per scusarsi? Perché non è intervenuto prima quando perizie, indagini e approfondimenti hanno rivelato dettagli sconcertanti anche su un “rischio crollo” già comunicato anni prima e ignorato dalla sua società?”.
E ancora: “Guarda il caso, i Benetton alzano la voce proprio ora che sentono di poter perdere i loro contratti milionari, ottenuti grazie al silenzio di una classe politica complice e inadeguata”, afferma il ministro degli Esteri. “Per noi la strada è tracciata. Le famiglie delle vittime del Ponte Morandi chiedono e devono avere giustizia. Vogliamo che i soldi dei pedaggi autostradali vadano nella manutenzione di strade e ponti, non in qualche cassa di partito. Il MoVimento 5 Stelle non si fermerà. Il governo non si fermerà”.


          

"È mafia": la Cassazione conferma le condanne per il clan Fasciani di Ostia

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Non criminali comuni, ma mafiosi. Sul litorale romano. La Cassazione ha reso definitive le 10 condanne nei confronti di persone affiliate al clan Fasciani. La Suprema corte ha in gran parte confermato la sentenza della Corte d’appello di Roma del 4 febbraio scorso.


Oltre 27 anni di reclusione al ‘patriarca’ Carmine Fasciani, 12 anni e 5 mesi alla moglie Silvia Franca Bartoli, 11 anni e 4 mesi alla figlia Sabrina e 6 anni e dieci mesi alla figlia Azzurra.  Il collegio della seconda sezione penale della Cassazione, presieduta da Giovanni Diotallevi, ha condannato anche Alessandro Fasciani, nipote di Carmine, a 10 anni e cinque mesi (con uno sconto di pena di un mese), Terenzio Fasciani (8 anni e mezzo), Riccardo Sibio (25 anni e mezzo), Luciano Bitti (13 anni e tre mesi), a John Gilberto Colabella 13 anni, Danilo Anselmi 7 anni. Ci sarà un nuovo processo per la determinazione della pena a Mirko Mazzoni ed Eugenio Ferramo.

″È una sentenza storica, per la prima volta è stato affermato in modo chiaro che a Roma c’è stata la mafia, che c’è la mafia. È importante perché per iniziare la cura bisogna riconoscere l’esistenza della malattia. Adesso Ostia può voltare pagina e alzare la testa”, ha detto la sindaca di Roma, Virginia Raggi. “Lo Stato c’è”, ha aggiunto.

“E la prima volta che la Cassazione riconosce la mafia Roma. Non era mai accaduto nemmeno ai tempi della banda della Magliana”, ha detto Giulio Vasaturo, avvocato di parte civile per Libera. “La sentenza di condanna del clan Fasciani segna un nuovo corso della giurisprudenza- ha aggiunto - vengono riconosciute le mafie autoctone del centro-nord. È una sentenza che farà scuola”.


          

Bringing Forth This Work

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Bringing Forth This Work

Do you have the courage? Do you have the courage to bring forth this work? The treasures that are hidden inside you are hoping you will say yes.~Jack Gilbert (From Big Magic, Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert)

This morning I opened the window blinds in my study. I could not refrain from allowing the saffron-colored leaves to inhabit my writing space. I stood at the window for several moments pondering the creative journey with writing. I didn't intend to take this route. Didn't really believe I had the courage to write. I realized it merely took saying "Yes. I'll see what may be hidden inside me." In 2005, managing a long-distance relationship with my husband, I decided to write about our love story. The project filled my weekends when we couldn't be together, and I found that writing became a companion. When I showed up at the page, I found an  alchemy of healing, joy and company in the process. I wasn't lonely. The first steps down the road led to a book, then another, then another. And soon to be another. I suppose I got so far down the pathway, I could not abandon my curiosity to see what I might discover around the next bend.

At times along the path, I've had the opportunity to share some of my work. I am pleased that I'll have that chance once again next Sunday, December 1, at Main Street Reads Main Street Reads in Summerville, SC from 12-2 pm. If you are local, I'd love to see you there.

I asked the owner, Shari J. Stauch, what motivated her to open the shop in this age of the Amazon monopoly. She replied, "I opened Main Street Reads because it was needed in the community. With five high schools in the area and the nearest bookstore half an hour from here, it seemed a travesty not to have a local bookstore. I work with authors in my other business, Where Writers Win Where Writers Win. I put authors on tour at stores around the country and what I've discovered is that indie bookstores are actually thriving. People want a place of community where they can actually talk about books!"

 Do you have the courage? Do you have the courage to bring forth this work? The treasures that are hidden inside you are hoping you will say yes.~Jack Gilbert (From Big Magic, Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert)

This morning I opened the window blinds in my study. I could not refrain from allowing the saffron-colored leaves to inhabit my writing space. I stood at the window for several moments pondering the creative journey with writing. I didn't intend to take this route. Didn't really believe I had the courage to write. I realized it merely took saying "Yes. I'll see what may be hidden inside me." In 2005, managing a long-distance relationship with my husband, I decided to write about our love story. The project filled my weekends when we couldn't be together, and I found that writing became a companion. When I showed up at the page, I found an  alchemy of healing, joy and company in the process. I wasn't lonely. The first steps down the road led to a book, then another, then another. And soon to be another. I suppose I got so far down the pathway, I could not abandon my curiosity to see what I might discover around the next bend.

At times along the path, I've had the opportunity to share some of my work. I am pleased that I'll have that chance once again next Sunday, December 1, at Main Street Reads Main Street Reads in Summerville, SC from 12-2 pm. If you're local, I'd love to see you there.

I asked the owner, Shari J. Stauch, what motivated her to open the shop in this age of the Amazon monopoly. She replied, "I opened Main Street Reads because it was needed in the community. With five high schools in the area and the nearest bookstore half an hour from here, it seemed a travesty not to have a local bookstore. I work with authors in my other business, Where Writers Win Where Writers Win. I put authors on tour at stores around the country and what I've discovered is that indie bookstores are actually thriving. People want a place of community where they can actually talk about books!"

I'll be signing...

An Ocean Away--This memoir honors how love can transcend decades, and how a woman not only finds love again, but also discovers her own personal power. 

Missing God--This novel carries a theme that echoes across our country--a woman struggling with opiate use disorder who finds the courage to face the disease, alongside a company of supportive characters. An excerpt from this book was selected as an honorable mention by Glimmertrain, a renowned Literary Magazine

On A Clear Blue Day--I am humbled to say this book won an Enduring Light Medal in the Illumination Book Awards in 2017. The book is a compilation of essays that takes an individual through a year of inspirational reading and thought-provoking questions.

My study is now lit with the late morning sun, and it is difficult to take my eyes from the autumn scene outside my window. I breathe a prayer to God. "Through the page you assuage my fears, comfort me and provide the courage to keep saying "yes." Grace to it.

 

 


          

La Galleria de' Foscherari 1962 - 2018

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La Project Room del MAMbo prosegue la sua attività espositiva con La Galleria de’ Foscherari 1962 – 2018, mostra che ricostruisce il percorso di un punto di riferimento per l’arte contemporanea a Bologna e non solo. La Galleria de’ Foscherari, fondata da Enzo Torricelli, al quale si uniscono in seguito Franco Bartoli e Pasquale Ribuffo, nasce nei primi anni Sessanta con un programma culturale al quale è rimasta fedele, svolto in due direzioni strettamente connesse: l’attenzione alla tradizione criticamente consolidata e l’interesse per la ricerca e la sperimentazione. La storica mostra dedicata all’Arte Povera, curata da Germano Celant, induce la galleria a spingere più a fondo il dibattito teorico sull’arte coinvolgendo i più prestigiosi e combattivi critici e storici dell’arte italiani. Sulla linea di un interesse insieme storico e teorico, la galleria ha svolto anche un’attività editoriale rappresentata non solo da cataloghi, ma anche da monografie e da una collana di quaderni su temi specifici. La mostra allestita nella Project Room del MAMbo, seguendo le tradizioni della galleria, vuole essere un ulteriore contributo alla sua lunga e ricca storia e un omaggio alla figura di Pasquale Ribuffo. La Galleria de’ Foscherari 1962 – 2018 accosta un’ampia selezione di materiali storici – fotografie, documenti, cataloghi, locandine, inviti – a una scelta di lavori di artisti che hanno segnato diversi momenti chiave nell’attività della galleria: Pierpaolo Calzolari, Mario Ceroli, Pirro Cuniberti, Luciano De Vita, Marcello Jori, Sophie Ko, Luigi Mainolfi, Piero Manai, Eva Marisaldi, Liliana Moro, Claudio Parmiggiani, Concetto Pozzati, Germano Sartelli, Mario Schifano, Gilberto Zorio. Inaugurazione giovedì 5 dicembre 2019, h 18.30
          

Décès de Jonathan Miller

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Le metteur en scène britannique Jonathan Miller vient de décéder hier à l'âge de 85 ans. Les spectateurs parisiens connaissaient bien sa Bohème, présentées à l'Opéra Bastille de 1995 à 2014, avant la version lunaire de Claus Guth. Il s'était surtout fait remarquer en 1982 avec sa mise en scène de Rigoletto transposée dans la mafia new-yorkaise. Sa production du Mikado de GIlbert et Sullivan faisait depuis 1987 les beaux jours de l'English National Opera. En mai prochain, le Met reprendra sa production de Katia Kabanova montée en 1991.


          

Emergency Veterinarian in Gilbert, AZ | AVECCC

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Gilbert, Arizona, Arizona Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Center in Gilbert, AZ is seeking an experienced Emergency Veterinarian to join their growing team! AVECCC is looking for individuals who are focused on qu
          

Una compagna inglese risponde a Gad Lerner sul presunto antisemitismo del Labour di Corbyn

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di Rosa Gilbert Sono abbastanza stupita di vedere che il panico sull’antisemitismo nel Labour Party del Regno Unito si sia diffuso anche in Italia, in un modo forse più distorto e complicato anche grazie alla narrativa parziale e anche per le discussioni nate con le vicende su Liliana Segre, Chef Rubio, Meloni, il sindaco di [...]
          

Gilbert's Whistler, Shy Heathwren, Southern Scrub-robin, Chestnut Quailthrush, more at Round Hill Nature Reserve reported by Chris Rehberg, Allon Traub on 30-11-2019

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Good list of species found between four sites: Round Hill Rd Rail Crossing, The Old Wheat Paddock, Whoey Tanks and Quarry Firetrail: Mulga Parrot, Australian Ringneck (mallee), White-fronted Honeyeater x1, Singing Honeyeater x1, Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, Shy Heathwren x1, Southern Scrub-robin x3, Chestnut Quailthrush x1, Gilbert's Whistler male x1, Red-capped Robin - many, Crested Bellbird x2, Inland Thornbill, Chestnut-rumped Thornbill, Splendid Fairywren and more. There seemed to be very poor numbers of honeyeaters and very many Rufous Whistlers.
          

Gonzalez, Gilberto

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Gilberto Gonzalez 52, 25-Nov, Perches Funeral Homes, West .
          

Ortiz, Gilberto

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Gilberto Ortiz El Paso 68, 06-Nov, Sunset Funeral Home West.
          

Ortiz, Gilberto

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Gilberto Ortiz El Paso - Gilberto Ortiz, son of Maria del Carmen Perezfranco and Cesar Serbando Ortiz, passed away on November 6, 2019, at the age...
          

Ontario Introduces Bill to Update Rules for Realtors

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Last week, the Ontario government introduced the Trust in Real Estate Services Act, 2019 to update the current legislation that governs Ontario’s more than 86,000 real estate professionals.  Yesterday, the bill passed second reading and was referred to the Standing Committee for witness testimony and further amendments. The stated goals of the proposed legislation include improving consumer protection and choice in the market and improving professionalism among real estate professionals and brokerages through enhanced ethical requirements. Some of the more significant proposed changes include: Disclosing Details of Competing Bids – At the seller’s option, the seller’s real estate agent may disclose the details of competing offers to other bidders.  Currently, the seller’s agent is required to disclose the number of competing offers to all buyers who have submitted a written offer but the purchase price and conditions remain confidential. Clients vs. Customers – There will no longer be “clients” and ... Read More
          

Untempted by the Consequences

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“The women are up to something in Convocation,” the dons of St. John’s College, Oxford, were warned. “We have to go and vote them down.”

The women at issue were led by a young philosopher named G.E.M. (Elizabeth) Anscombe, who was then a tutor at Somerville, one of the oldest women’s colleges at the University of Oxford. Anscombe had come to Somerville in 1946 on a research fellowship. At that time she was a student of Ludwig Wittgenstein, who entrusted her with the translation of his Philosophical Investigations, which appeared in 1953, two years after his death. Now, in 1956, Anscombe was opposing the university’s decision to grant an honorary degree to former U.S. President Harry Truman.

Speaking on the floor of Convocation to her colleagues on May 1, 1956, Anscombe said that her opposition to granting Truman’s degree was based on his responsibility for dropping the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. “If you do give this honor,” she asked, “what Nero, what Genghis Khan, what Hitler, or what Stalin will not be honored in the future?” In response, a representative of the Hebdomadal Council, then the university’s chief executive body, argued that Anscombe had overstated Truman’s responsibility. “A great many people were involved in the responsibility of the manufacture and delivery of the bomb,” he told the faculty, “and we cannot select one man as being solely responsible, even if his was the signature at the bottom of the order for the bomb to be dropped.”

Anscombe’s cause was doomed to fail. Reports in the Manchester Guardian and the Times of London claimed that no other faculty echoed her dissenting vote, though subsequent reports indicate that three or four had joined her—and Anscombe later dedicated the pamphlet “Mr. Truman’s Degree,” in which she explained the rationale for her opposition, “with respect, but without permission, to the others who said ‘Non placet.’” In the speech she gave to her colleagues on the day of the vote, she acknowledged that these voices were not going to prevail, saying that she had “no ambition or hope to carry the House with me in this, but my hope is that this honorary degree will not be offered without opposition being expressed.”

Truman received his degree at the university’s Encaenia ceremony on June 20, 1956. In a speech awarding the degree, the Chancellor praised him as “most staunch of allies, direct in your speech and in your writings, and ever a pattern of simple courage.” Anscombe, who had concluded her pamphlet with the warning that she herself “should fear to go” to Encaenia “in case God’s patience suddenly ends,” had kept away from the ceremony, telling the Guardian that she “would spend the day working as usual.”

 

The influence of Wittgenstein on Anscombe’s philosophical writing is immense, in both substance and style.

The protest against Truman was hardly Elizabeth Anscombe’s first foray into public controversy. As an undergraduate in 1939, just a year after entering the Catholic Church under the tutelage of the Dominican friars at Oxford, Anscombe and her friend Norman Daniel published a pamphlet titled “The Justice of the Present War Examined: A criticism based on traditional Catholic principles and on natural reason.” It presented “the results achieved in a series of open discussions held at Oxford both before and after” Britain’s declaration of war against Nazi Germany in September of that year. Anscombe and Daniel concluded that the war against Germany was unjust, partly because it would involve the deliberate massacre of civilian populations.

“We have it,” they wrote, following Thomas Aquinas, “that no one may be deliberately attacked in war, unless his actions constitute an attack on the rights which are being defended or restored. To deny this will be to assert that we may attack any one anywhere, whose life in any way hinders the prosecution of the war, or in any way assists our enemies; and such a conclusion is as immoral as to be a reductio ad absurdum in itself.”

Anscombe and Daniel’s pamphlet did not receive anything like the attention of her protest against Truman seventeen years later, which was picked up by the Associated Press and covered in newspapers across the United States and other parts of the world. (A report from Reuters, under the headline “WOMAN DON FAILS TO HALT TRUMAN DEGREE TO OXFORD,” mistakenly gave her first name as “Gladys” rather than “Gertrude.”) The pamphlet did, however, make enough of an impact that in 1940 the Archbishop of Birmingham wrote to a priest at Oxford complaining that Anscombe and Daniel had it “printed and brought out without submitting it to ecclesiastical authority,” and inquiring as to whether they were “deliberately taking a line opposed to that of the hierarchy of this country.”

Despite the need for some sort of military action against Nazi Germany, Anscombe and Daniel were clearly right on two very important points. First, the war that Britain actually waged against the Axis Powers did involve attacks that were targeted directly at civilian populations and, second, a war carried out by such means does violate a central principle of the church’s just-war teaching. It is possible that the war could have been fought without deploying these tactics, and it might have been just if it had been. But Anscombe and Daniel were correct in predicting that it would not be waged in that way. Acknowledging that “to some their arguments may seem temerarious,” they aimed in their pamphlet “to make the Christian tradition clear, to examine the mind of the Church in a rational and scientific manner.”

While Anscombe and Daniel’s 1939 pamphlet was addressed exclusively to fellow Catholics and Christians, Anscombe’s protest of 1956 had a quite different audience. Indeed, in writing her pamphlet “Mr. Truman’s Degree,” Anscombe saw that many of her Oxford colleagues were prepared to accept a conclusion that she and Daniel had presented as a reductio ad absurdum. These philosophers endorsed a doctrine that Anscombe came to call consequentialism, according to which there are no kinds of action—such as murder, rape, torture, and adultery, for example—that any person is prohibited from doing regardless of the situation he or she is in. According to this doctrine it can be right to “attack any one anywhere,” as long as the balance of the consequences speaks strongly enough in favor of it. Faced with a group that found this conclusion acceptable, Anscombe needed to try a different tack.

 

It was as an Oxford undergraduate that Anscombe met her husband, a fellow Catholic convert named Peter Geach, at a Corpus Christi procession in 1938. They married three years later, and during the first few years of marriage they lived apart from one another. Geach worked in a pine forest as a conscientious objector to World War II while Anscombe studied at Oxford and Cambridge. During this time they had two children—the first of seven they would have together, despite often working at universities in separate cities.

Anscombe became a student of Ludwig Wittgenstein shortly after arriving at Cambridge on a research fellowship in 1942, during which time Geach was engaged in forestry work. Wittgenstein was by then a major figure in the world of philosophy, having published his influential Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus two decades earlier. Many students at Cambridge were extremely devoted to him. The Oxford philosopher Gilbert Ryle would later describe the reverential atmosphere at Wittgenstein’s lectures as “pedagogically disastrous for the students and unhealthy for Wittgenstein himself.” But Anscombe’s own view of this dynamic was quite different. In her remembrances of Wittgenstein, she described the attention he would pay to his students as he helped them work through philosophical questions. “Wittgenstein very often seemed to understand one’s philosophical thought and problems better than one did oneself,” she wrote. “One would say what one thought—then he would amplify it, make it seem more convincing, carry it deeper—and then undo it.”

As a teacher Wittgenstein was notoriously unaccommodating for female students, but he quickly took a liking to Anscombe and would refer to her, affectionately, as “old man.” In his biography of Wittgenstein, The Duty of Genius, Ray Monk writes that on one occasion, when Wittgenstein found that there were no other women students remaining at his lecture, he turned to Anscombe and said, “Thank God we’ve got rid of the women!” A letter that he wrote in 1945 in support of Anscombe’s application for a research fellowship characterized her as “undoubtedly, the most talented female student I have had since 1930, when I began to lecture; and among my male students only eight, or ten have surpassed her.” It was not long before Anscombe would surpass those eight or ten as well.

The influence of Wittgenstein on Anscombe’s philosophical writing is immense, in both substance and style. Both of them attend closely to ordinary speech and other forms of human expression and interaction, and reject the demand that philosophy deliver a theory to resolve the questions that we face. While Anscombe presented arguments for straightforward conclusions in many of her philosophical writings, this was always in a way that gave intense consideration to conceptual difficulties and counterarguments. Meanwhile, others of her writings are like Wittgenstein’s in that they deliver no thesis at all but rather take up a question and simply attack it from all sides. In her remembrances of Wittgenstein, Anscombe wrote that he once reproached her for the tendency they both shared to get stuck in philosophical problems. “You know,” he told her, “you strike me as like a person who is walking along a road and comes to a lamp post which is in his way. And [this person] says: ‘There’s a lamp post. I can’t go on.’ It doesn’t occur to you to walk around the lamp post—I have a prejudice, which is that problems are insoluble.”

Wittgenstein could be critical of Anscombe’s written work to a degree that most academics today could barely imagine. Her notebooks recall how, of some of her writing, “he said, ‘Bought for a farthing’ and ‘Shit on the floor’—though the way he put this latter to me was ‘Not house-trained.’” Her husband Peter Geach once told her that having Wittgenstein come to stay with them “was like having a young atom bomb in the house.” Yet Anscombe also wrote of how “kind and considerate” Wittgenstein was, always prepared to help and advise even when this meant interrupting his work, and of how he “hated meanness” and was not “carelessly amiable or carelessly generous.” (Upon discovering once that Anscombe had no wastepaper basket at her lodging in Oxford, Wittgenstein said “You are a writer, you have to have a wastepaper basket”—and he took her out to buy one.) And she also expressed a wish to capture better in her remembrances of her teacher “how funny he could be—but it is possible that the jokes which came often in his lectures and his talks were just for the moment.”

Anscombe’s attitude toward religious topics stood in stark contrast to Wittgenstein’s. While she was a convert to Catholicism whose earliest encounter with philosophy came in an attempt to formalize a proof of God’s existence, Wittgenstein was raised in a Catholic household but had decided around the age of nine that, as Anscombe put it, “the Christian religion (that Catholic one which they were taught) was all a rubble.” Though some of Wittgenstein’s unpublished remarks from the 1930s show him expressing an openness to Christianity, he is reported to have said, in reference to Anscombe and another Catholic student of his, Yorick Smythies, that “I could not possibly bring myself to believe all the things they believe.” In his posthumous work On Certainty, Wittgenstein described this kind of clash between irreconcilable attitudes as one in which two worldviews are so totally opposed that there is no way to give reasons that can be engaged by the other side. The discovery of having been wrong to such an extent would be such that “the foundation of all judging would be taken away from me.”

Despite all this, at one point in 1950 Wittgenstein asked Anscombe to put him in touch with a “non-philosophical” priest, wishing as Ray Monk puts it “to talk to [the] priest as a priest” rather than “to discuss philosophical problems.” While the priest took this as part of an attempt by Wittgenstein to return to his childhood Catholicism, Anscombe herself reportedly doubted this. There were, however, arrangements made by this priest for Wittgenstein to live the life of a brother in a Dominican priory—a plan that had to be abandoned due to his bad health. When Wittgenstein died in 1951 Anscombe was one of a small group at his side that included Yorick Smythies, who brought with him the priest Wittgenstein had met. It was agreed that, since Wittgenstein had expressed hope that his Catholic friends would pray for him, this priest should be allowed to administer last rites.

Wittgenstein was given a Catholic burial the next morning—a decision that was, as Monk argues, surely improper given his professed lack of faith, even as it reflected the religious intensity with which Wittgenstein had lived.

 

Anscombe’s Intention is an extraordinarily dense and difficult book, even by the standards of contemporary philosophy.

After her contribution to the pamphlet with Norman Daniel, the earliest of Anscombe’s published writings is from 1948, based on a debate she had with C. S. Lewis, who was then a fellow at Magdalen College, Oxford. The debate took place in Oxford’s Socratic Club, and concerned the third chapter of Lewis’s book Miracles, which argues that human thought cannot be relied on “if it can be fully explained as the result of irrational causes.” This argument was supposed to show that the only way to have a reasonable belief in the reliability of human reason is to believe in a supernatural God.

Anscombe criticized Lewis’s argument, claiming that it was based “on a confusion between the concepts of cause and reason.” In evaluating, for example, the quality of the argument in a piece of writing, our concern with whether it expresses good reasoning is not about “the circumstances of its production,” but rather about whether the evidence it offers is sufficient to prove its conclusion. She also argued that the term “explanation” can encompass many different things, and that a causal explanation of human thought and behavior in terms of regular patterns in the universe would not preclude there also being explanations in terms of the reasons why people act and believe as they do. Both of these arguments likely had their roots in Anscombe’s interactions with Wittgenstein, as they mirrored ideas that were central to his Philosophical Investigations, and that Anscombe would develop in her own work of the following decade.

There was for some time a lot of controversy over how Lewis was affected by this episode. Anscombe wrote to Wittgenstein the day after the debate that Lewis had been “much more decent in discussion than I expected, though he was glib and played all sorts of tricks to obscure the issue.” She did add, however, that during the discussion the secretary of the club “started going for Lewis, who had said something about having written the book ‘at a fairly popular level’—he [the secretary] reproached him almost in moral terms, that one should not, for the sake of popularizing, put up a bad argument.” While several of Lewis’s biographers claimed that the debate humiliated him and was the end of his career as a public intellectual, Anscombe later wrote that those who knew Lewis reported no such thing at the time, and noted that Lewis revised the argument of that chapter for the second edition of Miracles, presenting it in a way that she found more appropriate “to the actual depth and difficulty of the question being discussed.”

 

The closing paragraphs of Anscombe’s pamphlet “Mr. Truman’s Degree” raised the question of “why so many Oxford people are willing to flatter” a man who had approved the massacre of entire cities. “I get some small light on this subject,” Anscombe wrote, “when I consider the productions of Oxford moral philosophy since the First World War, which I have lately had occasion to read.” (While her early research interests had been in metaphysics and the philosophy of mind, it was when her Somerville colleague Philippa Foot spent a year visiting in America that Anscombe began reading modern ethicists in order to take over Foot’s course in moral philosophy.) One important strand that Anscombe identified in these philosophers was “a doctrine that it is impossible to have any quite general moral laws.” According to this doctrine:

[S]uch laws as “It is wrong to lie” or “Never commit sodomy” are rules of thumb which an experienced person knows when to break. Further, both his selection of these as the rules on which to proceed, and his tactful adjustments of them in particular cases, are based on their fitting together with the “way of life” which is his preference.… These philosophies, then, contain a repudiation of the idea that any class of actions, such as murder, may be absolutely excluded.

This, again, is what Anscombe would call the consequentialist doctrine that any type of action can in principle be justified by considering its likely consequences. According to this logic, it was because his action ended up saving lives, by bringing an earlier end to the war, that Truman was justified in massacring the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

In “Modern Moral Philosophy,” the influential 1958 paper in which she introduced the term “consequentialism,” Anscombe went to greater length in identifying the error that her Oxford colleagues had committed. This followed a BBC radio address given about a year earlier, in which Anscombe had posed the question “Does Oxford moral philosophy corrupt youth?” and answered it in the negative: the youth were not corrupted, she said, since these philosophers only taught the bad moral views that young people held anyway. Anscombe’s 1958 paper began with a whirlwind history in which she dismissed a series of moral philosophers from David Hume (“sophistical”) to Immanuel Kant (“useless”) to John Stuart Mill (“stupid”) to Henry Sidgwick (“dull” and “vulgar”), and then took aim at the “shallow,” “provincial,” and “corrupt” work of her contemporaries. The latter criticism centered on a conception of intentional action that Anscombe located in the work of Sidgwick, according to which a person “must be said to intend any foreseen consequences of [their] voluntary action.” On Anscombe’s reading, Sidgwick used this definition “to put forward an ethical thesis which would now be accepted by many people: the thesis that it does not make any difference to a man’s responsibility for something that he foresaw, that he felt no desire for it, either as an end or as a means to an end.”

Anscombe illustrated the upshot of this thesis with a simple example. According to a view like Sidgwick’s, there is no difference between the responsibility a man has for withdrawing material support from his children if he does this in order to achieve some further end, and the responsibility the same man would have if he was imprisoned for refusing to commit a disgraceful act. In both cases the man foresees that his choice will have the consequence of withdrawing material support from his children. Therefore, according to Sidgwick’s view, in each case the man is responsible in the same way for this outcome.

It is straightforward to extend this analysis to Truman’s decision to bomb the Japanese cities. Truman could foresee that his decision would lead to the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians. Yet, his defenders claim, a similar or greater number of civilians would have been killed had he chosen not to drop the bombs. On this analysis, Truman would have been equally responsible for the civilian deaths in either case. So the only thing that matters is whether he made the choice that led to better consequences overall—that is, to fewer total deaths.

Anscombe noted in “Modern Moral Philosophy” how surprising it was that none of the philosophers who accepted this position displayed any awareness of how their conclusions were “quite incompatible with the Hebrew–Christian ethic.” According to this ethic, she wrote, “there are certain things forbidden whatever consequences threaten,” and faced with the possibility of doing these things “you are not to be tempted by fear or hope of consequences.” But she saw that in her context she could not respond to this situation simply by defending traditional moral absolutes. Instead, the way forward was to begin “by banishing ethics totally from our minds,” in order to consider “simply as part of the philosophy of psychology” the concepts that ethical thinking presupposes. Among these she listed “action,” “intention,” and “wanting”—all of which are explored at length in the short book she had published a year earlier under the simple title Intention.

 

Anscombe’s Intention is an extraordinarily dense and difficult book, even by the standards of contemporary philosophy. It is just ninety-four pages long, comprising fifty-two numbered sections that range in length from a single paragraph to four or five pages. In this space the book treats an exhausting range of topics—and yet it has no obvious structure, no theses introduced at the beginning or stated clearly at the end, and barely any reference to the authors whose work it engages. It baffled several reviewers when it first appeared, and for a while went out of print. Yet when Harvard University Press reissued Anscombe’s book in 2001, the following quotation from the philosopher Donald Davidson appeared on the cover: “Anscombe’s Intention is the most important treatment of action since Aristotle.”

Anscombe would likely have objected that such praise overlooked at least the importance of Thomas Aquinas, whose influence is everywhere in Intention, even though his name appears only in one stray footnote. Anscombe’s daughter, Mary Geach, wrote in 2011 that her mother “drew on [Aquinas’s] thought to an unknowable extent: she said to me that it aroused prejudice in people to tell them that a thought came from him: to my sister she said that to ascribe a thought to him made people boringly ignore the philosophical interest of it, whether they were for Aquinas or against him.” Because of this, rather than repeating Aquinas’s theses and rehearsing his arguments for them—an approach entirely out of keeping with the way Aquinas himself built on the work of philosophers like Aristotle and St. Augustine—Anscombe’s writing appropriates Aquinas’s ideas in a fresh and novel guise, free of scholastic terminology and ready to be engaged by the contemporary reader.

Because of its scope and style, Intention resists easy summary. Anscombe is opposed throughout the book to thinking of intention primarily as a matter of one’s internal psychology—as the objective one has in doing a certain thing, or the willingness to do a thing on a certain occasion. At one point she identifies Wittgenstein as having advanced such a view in his Tractatus: “The world is independent of my will,” Wittgenstein wrote, and so action depends on a “presumed physical connexion” between one’s will and one’s bodily movements. In a notebook that likely dates from the 1950s, Anscombe cited this passage and wrote of feeling “more certain that there is a mistake here than about anything else in the Tractatus.” She continued: “I wish to say that ‘I do what happens’ when I act. The extraordinary thing is that this assumes an air of paradox.” This quoted remark reappeared in the text of Intention, where Anscombe wrote that though “everyone who heard this formula found it extremely paradoxical,” in fact it can be shown to make good sense.

In order to save this remark from paradox, Anscombe argued in her book that we use the concept of intention to describe what happens in most of our ordinary ways of describing human life. Imagine, for example, that you come into Anscombe’s study and find her sitting at her desk, with a pen in her hand that she is moving across the page. What is she doing? Writing, you will answer—and in describing her movements in this way you have already gone beyond a description in terms of physical bodies and forces. Mere physical objects can shatter, rise, and roll down hills, but they cannot write, jump, or walk. To describe a movement with words like these is to describe it as the execution of an intention.

How does this account apply to the case of Truman? The analysis of intention that Anscombe rejected holds that since Truman did not want the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to die—since their deaths were not part of his ultimate objective—they therefore fall outside the scope of his intention. By contrast, Anscombe argues that any sensible description of what Truman did must include the fact that he used these civilian deaths as a means to his end. These deaths were not merely incidental, since it was by killing the civilians that Truman brought the war to a close. Truman had innocent people killed in order to achieve his aims—and to do such a thing is to commit an act of murder.

 

To do the truth is not merely to grasp or to speak it; it also entails the kind of activism and advocacy that were such a part of Anscombe’s life.

Apart from her scholarly work, Anscombe also wrote and lectured extensively for wider audiences, usually of Catholics, on matters of popular concern. A frequent topic of this popular work is the Catholic teaching on contraception—a topic Anscombe wrote about as early as 1963, in an exchange with the Dominican friar Herbert McCabe in the pages of New Blackfriars. Later on, in an essay from 1972 published in The Human World under the title “Contraception and Chastity,” Anscombe defended what she called the Christian “ideal of chastity” and argued that the use of contraceptives is in conflict with it.

For Anscombe, what made the Christian teaching on sexuality so important was precisely that this teaching was not “traditional”: the teaching put Christians “at odds with the heathen world,” not only in the life of monastics but “as part of the ordinary calling of a Christian.” And, she argued, it is this view of marriage and family life that provides the rationale for the Christian ideal of chastity:

[T]he ground of [Christian] objection to fornication and adultery was that sexual intercourse is only right in the sort of set-up that typically provides children with a father and mother to care for them. If it’s all right to exclude children, if you can turn intercourse into something other than the reproductive type of act (I don’t mean of course that every act is reproductive any more than every acorn leads to an oak-tree but it’s a reproductive type of act) then why, if you can change it, should it be restricted to the married? Restricted, that is, to partners bound in a formal, legal, union whose fundamental purpose is the bringing up of children?

Anscombe’s argument here is supposed to be a reductio ad absurdum of the claim that contraceptive intercourse is permissible: if this is allowed, she says, then all other restrictions on sexual behavior go with it. It seems possible to resist this conclusion by holding that using contraceptives only sometimes would not sever entirely the link between sex and reproduction. Just as a writer lands most of her words in the wastepaper basket, so most of a married couple’s sexual acts won’t result in any children. And what is the difference between using contraceptives and refraining from intercourse during fertile periods in order not to become pregnant?

Questions like these were the focus of two replies to Anscombe’s article that were published in a subsequent issue of The Human World, one by Peter Winch and the other by Bernard Williams and Michael Tanner—all three professional philosophers, the latter two colleagues of Anscombe’s at Cambridge, where in 1970 she had taken up the chair previously held by Wittgenstein. Winch’s reply was short and substantive, arguing that the method of avoiding procreative intercourse does seem to change the character of “an act of intercourse considered as intentional,” in just the same way as taking a contraceptive pill. Williams and Tanner made a similar argument at greater length, and also voiced displeasure with what they called Anscombe’s “offensive” conclusions and spoke of how hard it was “to suppress feelings of outrage at some of her attacks on the spirit of the age, and the relish with which she launches them.”

Anscombe’s reply to these substantive arguments appealed to some simple analogies. In replying to Winch she asked the reader to imagine a man who operates some machinery in the course of doing his job, compared with another who deliberately sabotages this machinery and then manipulates it, perhaps by turning a crank, in a way that is superficially the same as the first man. The “wider context” between the two men’s actions means that there is a difference in what each of them does—since the fact that the second man has sabotaged the machine means that he is not doing his job, or even “operating” the machine in a strict sense at all. So have the contracepting couple “sabotaged” the sex act by preventing it from achieving its natural end. In replying to Williams and Tanner (whom she addressed as “my friendly neighborhood philosophers”) she pointed to the difference between arranging a meeting at a time when one knows a certain person will not be able to come, in order thereby to exclude that person, and physically barring an unwanted person from a meeting. The former, she wrote, “may be correctly describable as doing my organiser’s duties, namely to arrange the meeting.” But in physically barring an unwanted person, “I would be transgressing [those duties] by arranging to refuse him admission.”

This argument raises the question of whether a married couple has any duty toward their would-be children corresponding to the one that Anscombe’s organizer has to his potential guests. That is a question about the end or aim of married life, and such a question cannot be reduced to the casuistic application of moral principles. Here is how Anscombe addressed that wider question in the 1972 essay:

What people are for is to home in on God, God who is the one truth that is infinitely worth knowing, the possession of which you could never get tired of, like the water which if you have you can never thirst again, because your thirst is slaked forever and always. It’s this potentiality, this incredible possibility, of the knowledge of God and of sharing in His nature which Christianity holds out to people and because of this potentiality every life, right up to the last, is infinitely precious. Its potentialities in all things the world cares about may be slight; but there is always the possibility of what it’s for.

In this context, Williams and Tanner’s complaints on behalf of “the spirit of the age,” and their charge that Anscombe was “preaching impoverishment of life,” come into a different light, as she noted in her reply to them: “That one must be prepared to lose one’s life to save it, that ‘being poor in spirit’ is blessed, that what looks like deprivation and mutilation may be the path of life, the alternative death: all this Christianity has indeed taught.” She then added how strange it is “that ordinary chaste and faithful marriage should seem to exemplify” this spiritual poverty: “But that’s what our age is like.”

           

It is hard to imagine a phrase less descriptive of the life of Elizabeth Anscombe than Williams and Tanner’s charge of “impoverishment.” She was, by all accounts, an astoundingly rich personality, not at all mediocre or ordinary. Her house was filled with children as well as all sorts of visitors. She joked and swore, was famous for smoking cigars and drinking champagne, and loved to eat good food and cook it with her children. One great Oxford philosopher, Sir Anthony Kenny, recalls how in his days as a graduate student it was possible to drop into Anscombe’s house “at any hour of day or night and start discussion of a philosophical problem.” Sir Michael Dummett—who also converted to Catholicism, and who disagreed with Anscombe about contraception—recalls that tutorial meetings with her would last up to three hours rather than the usual one hour.

While not a feminist in any usual sense, Anscombe did keep her maiden name (on aesthetic grounds, apparently—“G.E.M. Anscombe” sounded better, she thought, than “G.E.M. Geach”), and she wore pants exclusively, often under a tunic. This made for some good stories. In one, Anscombe entered a restaurant in Boston where she was told that ladies were not permitted to wear pants, and so she took her pants off. In another, someone at the university told her that ladies had to wear skirts when they were lecturing, and so she began carrying a plastic bag with a skirt in it and then putting it on, over her trousers, just outside the lecture room.

The characteristics that made Anscombe one of the most exhilarating and intellectually formidable philosophers of her time also make most of her scholarly work quite inaccessible to non-specialists. Her popular writings, many of which are collected in Faith in a Hard Ground (2008), are a different story, though these too are not the sort of thing one is used to finding in a popular magazine. Her writing is focused, incisive, uncompromising in its commitment to what she called “doing the truth.” To do the truth is not merely to grasp or to speak it; it also entails the kind of activism and advocacy that were such a part of Anscombe’s life. A remark in one of her notebooks glosses this phrase as equivalent to “acting truthfully”—acting, that is, in such a way that this truth that we long for fills us up entirely as its vessel, animating our life and shining forth through our deeds.

In the final hours before her death, Anscombe was attended by her husband and four of her children, and she died as they finished reciting the sorrowful mysteries of the rosary. Anthony Kenny, who had been a student of Anscombe’s and then carried on with her an extensive correspondence via postcard after confessing to her that he was losing his Catholic faith, recently told the story of her burial. Following a funeral Mass in Blackfriars, Cambridge, the mourners processed to the grounds in Ascension Parish where Wittgenstein had been buried some fifty years earlier. Anscombe had secured special permission to be buried next to her teacher, and the grave was dug at double the usual depth, so her husband could be laid to rest above her. Peter Geach followed her there in 2013.

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Adapted from Fighting Churchill, Appeasing Hitler by Adrian Phillips, published by Pegasus Books. Reprinted with permission. All other rights reserved.

 

In 1941, as his time in office drew to a close, the head of the British Civil Service, Sir Horace Wilson, sat down to write an account of the government policy with which he had been most closely associated. It was also the defining policy of Neville Chamberlain, the Prime Minister whom Wilson had served as his closest adviser throughout his time in office. It had brought Chamberlain immense prestige, but this had been followed very shortly afterwards by near-universal criticism. Under the title ‘Munich, 1938’, Wilson gave his version of the events leading up to the Munich conference of 30 September 1938, which had prevented – or, as proved to be the case, delayed – the outbreak of another world war at the cost of the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia. By then the word ‘appeasement’ had acquired a thoroughly derogatory meaning. Chamberlain had died in 1940, leaving Wilson to defend their joint reputation. Both men had been driven by the highest of motivations: the desire to prevent war. Both had been completely convinced that their policy was the correct one at the time and neither ever admitted afterwards that they might have been wrong.

 

After he had completed his draft, Wilson spotted that he could lay the blame for appeasement on someone else’s shoulders. Better still, it was someone who now passed as an opponent of appeasement. In an amendment to the typescript, he pointed out that in 1936, well before Chamberlain became Prime Minister, Anthony Eden, the then Foreign Secretary, had stated publicly that appeasement was the government’s policy. The point seemed all the more telling as Eden had been edged out of government by Chamberlain and Wilson in early 1938 after a disagreement over foreign policy. Eden had gone on to become a poster-boy for the opponents of appeasement, reaping his reward in 1940 when Chamberlain fell. Chamberlain’s successor, Winston Churchill, had appointed Eden once again as Foreign Secretary. Wilson was so pleased to have found reason to blame appeasement on Eden that he pointed it out a few years later to the first of Chamberlain’s Cabinet colleagues to write his memoirs.

 

Wilson’s statement was perfectly accurate, but it entirely distorted the truth, because it ignored how rapidly and completely the mean­ing of the word ‘appeasement’ had changed. When Eden first used the word, it had no hostile sense. It meant simply bringing peace and was in common use this way. ‘Appease’ also meant to calm someone who was angry, again as a positive act, but Eden never said that Britain’s policy was to ‘appease’ Hitler, Nazi Germany, Mussolini or Fascist Italy. Nor, for that matter, did Chamberlain use the word in that way. The hostile sense of the word only developed in late 1938 or 1939, blend­ing these two uses of the word to create the modern sense of making shameful concessions to someone who is behaving unacceptably. The word ‘appeasement’ has also become a shorthand for any aspect of Brit­ish foreign policy of the 1930s that did not amount to resistance to the dictator states. This is a very broad definition, and it should not mask the fact that the word is being used here in its modern and not its con­temporary sense. The foreign policy that gave the term a bad name was a distinct and clearly identifiable strategy that was consciously pursued by Chamberlain and Wilson. 

 

When Chamberlain became Prime Minister in May 1937, he was confronted by a dilemma. The peace of Europe was threatened by the ambitions of the two aggressive fascist dictators, Hitler in Germany and Mussolini in Italy. Britain did not have the military strength to face Germany down; it had only just begun to rearm after cutting its armed forces to the bone in the wake of the First World War and was at the last gasp of strategic over-reach with its vast global empire. Chamberlain chose to solve the problem by setting out to develop a constructive dialogue with Hitler and Mussolini. He hoped to build a relationship of trust which would allow the grievances of the dictator states to be settled by negotiation and to avoid the nightmare of another war. In other words, Chamberlain sought to appease Europe through discus­sion and engagement. In Chamberlain’s eyes this was a positive policy and quite distinct from what he castigated as the policy of ‘drift’ that his predecessors in office, Ramsay MacDonald and Stanley Baldwin, had pursued. Under their control, progressive stages in aggression by the dictators had been met with nothing more than ineffectual protests, which had antagonised them without deterring them. 

 

Chamberlain’s positive approach to policy was the hallmark of his diplomacy. He wanted to take the initiative at every turn, most famously in his decision to fly to see Hitler at the height of the Sudeten crisis. Often his initiatives rested on quite false analyses; quite often the dictators pre-empted him. But Chamberlain was determined that no oppor­tunity for him to do good should be allowed to escape. The gravest sin possible was the sin of omission. At first his moves were overwhelming­ly aimed at satisfying the dictators. Only after Hitler’s seizure of Prague in March 1938 did deterring them from further aggression become a major policy goal. Here, external pressures drove him to make moves that ran counter to his instincts, but they were still usually his active choices. Moreover, the deterrent moves were balanced in a dual policy in which Hitler was repeatedly given fresh opportunities to negotiate a settlement of his claims, implicitly on generous terms. 

 

Appeasement reached its apogee in the Czech crisis of 1938. Chamberlain was the driving force behind the peaceful settlement of German claims on the Sudetenland. He was rewarded with great, albeit short-lived, kudos for having prevented a war that had seemed almost inev­itable. He also secured an entirely illusory reward, when he tried to transform the pragmatic and unattractive diplomatic achievement of buying peace with the independence of the Sudetenland into something far more idealistic. Chamberlain bounced Hitler into signing a bilateral Anglo-German declaration that the two countries would never go to war. Chamberlain saw this as the first building block in creating a lasting relationship of trust between the two countries. It was this declaration, rather than the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia under the four-power treaty signed by Britain, France, Germany and Italy, that Chamberlain believed would bring ‘peace for our time’, the true appeasement of Europe. At the start of his premiership, Chamberlain had yearned to get ‘onto terms with the Germans’; he thought that he had done just that. 

 

Appeasing Europe through friendship with the dictators also required the rejection of anything that threatened this friendship. One of the most conspicuous threats was a single individual: Winston Church­ill. Almost from the beginning of Hitler’s dictatorship Churchill had argued that it was vital to Britain’s interests to oppose Nazi Germany by force, chiefly by rearming. Unlike most other British statesmen, Churchill recognised in Hitler an implacable enemy and he deployed the formidable power of his rhetoric to bring this home in Parliament and in the press. But Churchill was a lone voice. When he had opposed granting India a small measure of autonomy in the early 1930s, he had moved into internal opposition to the Conservative Party. Only a handful of MPs remained loyal to him. Churchill was also handicapped by a widespread bad reputation that sprang from numerous examples of his poor judgement and political opportunism. 

Chamberlain was determined on a policy utterly opposed to Churchill’s view of the world. He enjoyed a very large majority in Parliament and faced no serious challenge in his own Cabinet. Chamberlain and Wilson were so convinced that their policy was correct that they saw opposition as dangerously irresponsible and had no hesitation in using the full powers at their disposal to crush it. Churchill never had a real chance of altering this policy. It would have sent a signal of resolve to Hitler to bring him back into the Cabinet, but this was precisely the kind of gesture that Chamberlain was desperate to avoid. Moreover, Chamberlain and Wilson each had personal reasons to be suspicious of Churchill as well as sharing the prevalent hostile view of him that dominated the political classes. Wilson and Churchill had clashed at a very early stage in their careers and Chamberlain had had a miserable time as Churchill’s Cabinet colleague under Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. Chamberlain and Wilson had worked closely to fight a – largely imaginary and wildly exaggerated – threat from Churchill’s support for Edward VIII in the abdication crisis of 1936. 

 

Churchill was right about Hitler and Chamberlain was wrong. The history of appeasement is intertwined with the history of Churchill. According to legend Churchill said, ‘Alas, poor Chamberlain. History will not be kind to him. And I shall make sure of that, for I shall write that history.’ Whatever Churchill might actually have said on the point barely matters; the witticism expresses a mindset that some subsequent historians have striven to reverse. The low opinion of Chamberlain is the mirror image of the near idolatry of Churchill. In some cases, his­torians appear to have been motivated as much by dislike of Churchill – and he had many flaws – as by positive enthusiasm for Chamberlain. Steering the historical debate away from contemporary polemic and later hagiography has sometimes had the perverse effect of polarising the discussion rather than shifting it onto emotionally neutral territory. Defending appeasement provides perfect material for the ebb and flow of academic debate, often focused on narrow aspects of the question. At the last count, the school of ‘counter-revisionism’ was being challenged by a more sympathetic view of Chamberlain. 

 

Chamberlain’s policy failed from the start. The dictators were happy to take what was on offer, but gave as good as nothing in return. Chamberlain entirely failed to build worthwhile relationships. Chamberlain’s advocates face the challenge that his policy failed entirely. Chamberlain’s defenders advance variants of the thesis that Wilson embodied in ‘MUNICH, 1941’: that there was no realistic alternative to appeasement given British military weakness. This argument masks the fact that it is practically impossible to imagine a worse situation than the one that confronted Churchill, when he succeeded Chamberlain as Prime Minister in May 1940. The German land attack in the west was poised to destroy France, exposing Britain to a German invasion. It also ducks the fact that securing peace by seeking friendship with the dictators was an active policy, pursued as a conscious choice and not imposed by circumstances. 

Chamberlain’s foreign policy is by far the most important aspect of his premiership and the attention that it demands has rather crowded out the examination of other aspects of his time at Downing Street. Discussion of his style of government has focused on the accusation that he imposed his view of appeasement on a reluctant Cabinet, which has been debated with nearly the same vigour as the merits or otherwise of the policy itself. In the midst of this, little attention has been paid to Wilson, even though Chamberlain’s latest major biographer – who is broadly favourable to his subject – concedes he was ‘the éminence grise of the Chamberlain regime … gatekeeper, fixer and trusted sounding board’.Martin Gilbert, one of Chamberlain’s most trenchant critics, made a start on uncovering Wilson’s full role in 1982 with an article in History Today, but few have followed him. There have been an academic examination of his Civil Service career and an academic defence of his involvement in appeasement.Otherwise, writers across the spec­trum of opinions on appeasement have contented themselves with the unsupported assertion that Wilson was no more than a civil servant.Wilson does, though, appear as a prominent villain along with Chamberlain’s shadowy political adviser, Sir Joseph Ball, in Michael Dobbs’s novel about appeasement,Winston’s War. 

 

Dismissing Wilson as merely a civil servant begs a number of questions. The British Civil Service has a proud tradition and ethos of political neutrality, but it strains credulity to expect that this has invariably been fully respected. Moreover, at the period when Wilson was active, the top level of the Civil Service was still evolving, with many of its tasks and responsibilities being fixed by accident of personality or initiative from the Civil Service side. Wilson’s own position as adviser to the Prime Minister with no formal job title or remit was unprecedented and has never been repeated. Chamberlain valued his political sense highly and Wilson did not believe that his position as a civil servant should restrict what he advised on political tactics or appointments. Even leaving the debate over appeasement aside, Wilson deserves attention. 

 

Wilson was so close to Chamberlain that it is impossible to understand Chamberlain’s premiership fully without looking at what Wilson did. The two men functioned a partnership, practically as a unit. Even under the extreme analysis of the ‘mere civil servant’ school whereby Wilson was never more than an obedient, unreflecting executor of Chamberlain’s wishes, his acts should be treated as Chamberlain’s own acts and thus as part of the story of his premiership. It is practically impossible to measure Wilson’s own autonomous and distinctive input compared to Chamberlain’s, but there can be no argument that he represented the topmost level of government. 

 

Wilson’s hand is visible in every major aspect of Chamberlain’s premiership and examining what he did throws new light almost everywhere. Wilson’s influence on preparations for war – in rearming the Royal Air Force and developing a propaganda machine – makes plain that neither he nor Chamberlain truly expected war to break out. One of the most shameful aspects of appeasement were the measures willingly undertaken to avoid offending the dictators, either by government action or by comment in the media; Wilson carries a heavy responsibility here. 

 

Above all it was Wilson’s role in foreign policy that defined his partnership with Chamberlain and the Chamberlain premiership as a whole. He was also the key figure in the back-channel diplomacy pursued with Germany that showed the true face of appeasement. Wilson carries much of the responsibility for the estrangement between Chamberlain and the Foreign Office, which was only temporarily checked when its political and professional leaderships were changed. Chamberlain and Wilson shared almost to the end a golden vision of an appeased Europe, anchored on friendship between Britain and Germany, which was increasingly at odds with the brutal reality of conducting diplomacy with Hitler. The shift to a two-man foreign policy machine culminated in the back-channel attempts in the summer of 1939 intended to keep the door open to a negotiated settlement of the Polish crisis with Hitler, but which served merely to convince him that the British feared war so much that they would not stand by Poland. Chamberlain and Wilson had aimed to prevent war entirely; instead they made it almost inevitable.


          

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Bad sex award: shortlist announced for 'Britain's most dreaded literary prize'

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Dubious honour lines up contenders for the year’s most ‘outstandingly awful’ sexual scene, with Elizabeth Gilbert and Didier Decoin among the nominees

Describing itself as “Britain’s most dreaded literary prize”, the Literary Review’s Bad sex in fiction award has unveiled this year’s shortlist, which ranges from Elizabeth Gilbert, the bestselling author of Eat Pray Love, to the acclaimed French novelist Didier Decoin.

Dreamed up in 1993 by the Literary Review’s the editor Auberon Waugh and critic Rhoda Koenig, the award is for “the year’s most outstandingly awful scene of sexual description in an otherwise good novel”. It is intended to draw attention to “the poorly written, redundant, or downright cringeworthy passages of sexual description in modern fiction”.

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United States: The FTC Is Drilling Down On Negative Option Marketing Practices - Davis & Gilbert

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United States: FTC Brings Actions Against The Sale Of ‘Fake Indicators Of Social Media Influence' And ‘Fake Reviews' - Davis & Gilbert

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United States: FTC Releases New Resources For Influencers - Davis & Gilbert

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GEORGES-HENRI ROUAULT

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Georges-Henri Rouault (Paris27 mai 1871 – Paris, 13 février 1958) fut un peintre et graveur français.

Fils d'un ébéniste breton, Alexandre François Joseph Rouault, et d'une fruitière parisienne, Marie-Louise Champdavoine, Georges Rouault voit le jour dans une cave du no 51 de la rue de la Villette à Paris au cours d'un bombardement des Versaillais. Son grand-père maternel lui fit découvrir l'art.

En 1886, Georges Rouault devient apprenti chez le peintre de vitraux Émile Hirsch et suit les cours du soir de l'École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs à Paris. Employé par le même Hirsch de 1887 à 1890, puis en 1891, il est admis à l'École des beaux-arts de Paris dans l'atelier de Jules-Élie Delaunay et, à la mort de ce dernier, entre dans l'atelier de Gustave Moreau où il côtoie Henri MatisseAlbert MarquetHenri ManguinAlbert Huyot et Léon Lehmann auquel il restera très lié.

Il participe à deux reprises sans succès au concours du prix de Rome, la première fois en 1893 avec Samson tournant la meule, pour lequel il obtient le prix Chenavard en 1894 et, en 1895, avec Jésus parmi les Saintes femmes, pour lequel il obtient le prix Fortin d'Ivry.

En 1898, il est nommé, selon les vœux du maître, conservateur du musée Gustave-Moreau, à Paris, dès son inauguration cette année-là. C'est pour lui une période difficile, sa famille part pour l'Algérie, et sa santé l'oblige à faire deux séjours en Haute-Savoie. En 1901, il fréquente l'abbaye de Ligugé et y fait la connaissance de Joris-Karl Huysmans.

Aux côtés des fauves, tels Henri MatisseAlbert Marquet ou André Derain, Georges Rouault participe au Salon d'automne de 1905.

Il aborde des thèmes liés à une observation critique de la société : juges, avocats, salles d’audience, miséreux, émigrés, fugitifs, sont autant le reflet d'une révolte face à la misère humaine qu'un prétexte à des recherches sur les formes et les couleurs.

Il a une influence sur le travail du sculpteur caricaturiste italien César Giris.

En 1904, il fait la connaissance de Léon Bloy dont l'œuvre le touche profondément et de façon durable. Quelques années plus tard, il fréquente à Versailles le philosophe catholique Jacques Maritain. C'est entre 1906 et 1907 qu'il commence à peindre des céramiques. Le 27 janvier 1908, il épouse Marthe Le Sidaner (1873-1973, sœur du peintre Henri Le Sidaner), qui lui donnera quatre enfants.

Profondément catholique, il reconnaît dans cette humanité souffrante le visage du Christ qu’il recherche dans de nombreuses toiles évoquant sa Passion, à l'exemple du tableau Le Christ bafoué par les soldats (1932). Ce thème récurrent « perd son accent moralisateur pour prendre une nouvelle tension dramatique, dans un lyrisme fait d'abandon ascétique qui voit dans la splendeur de l'image une sorte de reflet céleste… »

Dès 1910, les collectionneurs et les marchands reconnaissent la grande force de son œuvre, notamment Maurice Girardin ou Ambroise Vollard qui, en 1917, lui achète l'ensemble des toiles de son atelier, soit 770 œuvres. C'est en 1917 qu'il se lance dans la gravure, et 4 ans plus tard, en 1921, Michel Puy réalise sa première biographie.

En 1938, le Museum of Modern Art de New York fait une exposition de son œuvre gravé. C'est l'année suivante au mois de septembre qu'il s'installe à Beaumont-sur-Sarthe, qu'il quittera en juin 1940, pour y revenir de 1943 à 1946.

En 1946, après la mort de Vollard, il se trouve en procès avec les héritiers. Le tribunal lui reconnaît la propriété de ses œuvres.

Georges Rouault brûle 315 de ses tableaux en 1948 en présence d'un huissier.

Il arrête de peindre en 1957. À sa mort, en 1958, le gouvernement français lui fait des obsèques nationales à l'église Saint-Germain-des-Prés à Paris.

Son prestige en tant que coloriste et graveur n’a cessé de s’étendre, notamment au Japon et en Corée. Il est considéré comme l'un des peintres religieux les plus importants du XXe siècle.

Sa famille a fait une donation d'un ensemble de ses œuvres à l'État en 1963.

Son dernier atelier, installé dans un appartement près de la gare de Lyon, au 2, rue Émile-Gilbert à Paris, est conservé par sa famille dans l'état où il l'a quitté et sert de siège social à la Fondation Georges-Rouault. Volume, orientation (sud) et aménagement en font un atelier inhabituel.

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Abre BUAP exposición sobre migrantes franceses en México

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Don Roberto Rivas Salazar edificó ciudad

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Cursó tres meses de Medicina en la Javeriana de Bogotá, pero lo de don Roberto Rivas Salazar no era sanar cuerpos sino construir empresas.

Falleció el domingo a los 86 años, aunque su vida, curiosamente, se vio en riesgo a temprana edad. A los 40 le dio un infarto fulminante que lo dejó en cuidados intensivos. Se recuperó meses después y de ahí en adelante varios episodios coronarios lo atacaron. Le daban días de vida; sin embargo, fueron superiores su energía y sus ganas de vivir; aguantó 46 años más, como dice su hija Luz María.

Nació en Manizales el 21 de julio de 1933 y fue un hombre que dejó huella en la economía de la ciudad y del departamento.

Su familia

Hijo de Roberto Guillermo Rivas y de Clementina Salazar. Su abuelo paterno, Wenceslao Rivas, llegó en 1878 a Manizales de Granada (Antioquia) con don Manuel Grisales, uno de los 20 fundadores de la ciudad, cuenta su hija Luz María en una biografía que elaboró.

Casado con Aída Montoya, con quien tuvo cuatro hijos: Eugenio, Felipe, Luis Roberto (exalcalde de Manizales entre junio del 2005 y diciembre del 2007 y actual gerente de la Industria Licorera de Caldas) y Luz María, la menor. Doña Aída falleció a los 52 años, recuerda su hijo Luis Roberto. Eso golpeó tanto a su padre, que le costó tiempo recuperar su ánimo y seguir adelante. Se volvió a casar hace 30 años con Clarita Jaramillo.

Hijos, nueras y amigos coinciden en describir a don Roberto como hombre muy familiar. Esposo y padre amoroso, pero estricto y exigente a la hora de educar. Dejó también 12 nietos y 3 bisnietos. Siempre estuvo pendiente de toda la familia. Los últimos años gozaba convocando para disfrutar de un sancocho en su finca Playa Rica.

Cargos y logros

Según la biografía, administró un contrato en Pensilvania (Caldas) para construir acueducto, alcantarillado y pavimentar. Trabajó en un negocio de pinturas (New Enamel) de su padre, fue distribuidor de leche en polvo. Con amigos tuvo el semanario La Gente. En 1959 empezó a vender seguros para Suramericana. De la mano de Bernardo Saiz de Castro, en Bogotá, explica su hijo Luis Roberto, empezó como agente en la Nacional de Seguros. Creó la empresa Roberto Rivas Salazar y Cía con la que representaba a esa aseguradora. “Montó un esquema muy interesante, cada peso que la Nacional recaudara de la venta de seguros a empresas nacientes en Manizales y de los títulos de capitalización, se comprometía a invertirlo en empresas de Manizales y de Caldas”.

De esa forma la Nacional se fue haciendo a las acciones del Banco de Caldas, Seguros Atlas, Tejidos Única, Derivados del Azufre, entre otras. A mediados de los 70 don Roberto se retiró de la Nacional, hizo un acuerdo con el compromiso de que le vendieran a él y a un grupo de amigos las acciones del Banco de Caldas y de Seguros Atlas. Crearon la Fiduciaria Caldas, Alcaldas y la Leasing de Caldas.

En 1977 la Sociedad de Mejoras Públicas le dio la Medalla del Civismo.

En el negocio de seguros estuvo hasta los años 80, cuando se vino la apertura de mercado y don Roberto no encontró capital suficiente para enfrentarse a multinacionales. Vendió sus acciones para dedicarse a algo que también le gustaba mucho: la ganadería y la agricultura.

Autodidacta

Su amigo el médico urólogo Iván Giraldo cuenta que fueron compañeros de bachillerato en el Colegio de Nuestra Señora. Se graduaron en 1951 y al año siguiente se fueron para Bogotá a estudiar Medicina, solo que a don Roberto le interesaban mucho la economía y los negocios y se regresó para Manizales.

“Era hombre inteligente, de gran visión, muy estructurado, mentalmente inquieto. Le gustaba el progreso”, dice Giraldo.

La familia de don Roberto sostiene que nunca estudió una carrera, pero fue un autodidacta que aprendió de secretos financieros con ayuda de amigos como Mario Calderón Rivera y Gilberto Arango Londoño, que le llevaban libros de economía para que fortaleciera sus conocimientos. Esto lo hacía de 4:00 a.m. a 6:00 a.m. y luego resolvían dudas.

Político

Nunca manejó seguros del sector público, don Roberto decía que no se metía ahí porque le gustaba hacer política y era mejor no mezclar las cosas. De la mano de Álvaro Gómez Hurtado y de Rodrigo Marín Bernal militó en el conservatismo. Fue concejal de Manizales, y alcalde de Manizales entre noviembre de 1977 y marzo de 1978.

Hombre de amigos

Luis Fernando Giraldo, Chumilas, fue en las últimas décadas muy cercano a don Roberto. “Nos dejó muchos legados de trabajo y sobre todo de resistencia, porque estuvo enfermo muchos años, pero su deseo de vivir fue muy grande. Todos disfrutábamos estar con él. Semanalmente nos veíamos dos o tres veces y teníamos tertulias”.

Cariñosamente desde el colegio le decían Caregato, pero no se sabe por qué. Buena parte de sus amigos del alma ya fallecieron: Álvaro Gómez Hurtado, Rodrigo Marín Bernal, Mario Calderón, Guillermo Arango, Efrén Orozco, Javier Uribe y Mario Gómez Estrada, que murió un día antes (el sábado 23 de noviembre).

Con sentido del humor

“Le mamaba gallo a todo el mundo”, según su nuera María Alejandra Gómez. Sus hijos recuerdan que a los miembros de la familia les tenía apodos, entre sus nietos están: Chorrodehumo, Lagartija, el Invisible, entre otros. “Tenía un humor negro, producto de su inteligencia”, expresa Luis Roberto, quien agrega: “Cuando fui alcalde, Flavio Restrepo escribió en una columna de LA PATRIA que yo era el Principito. Mi papá jugaba billar con sus amigos en el Club Manizales. Un día llegó y los amigos dijeron: silencio que llegó el papá del Principito, y les contestó: ¿Cómo se llamaba el papá del Principito?, el rey, entonces llegó fue el rey”.

A pesar de ello, su carácter fuerte lo llevó a que fuera odiado y amado. No era de aguas tibias, tomaba posiciones.

Aportes

Le apostó al civismo. Fue cofundador de la Universidad Autónoma de Manizales y buscó el beneficio social, afirma Luis Bernardo Gómez Upegui. “Siempre pensaba en el desarrollo de la región, por eso invirtió tanto en empresas. Además fue una persona muy bondadosa, ayudaba en obras sociales”.

También creó empresas en Pereira, con las que hizo construcciones importantes. Fue presidente de la Andi por 20 años y el promotor de Fabio Echeverri Correa en la Andi Nacional.

Sus frases

* “Quiero vivir hasta que tenga 100 años”.

* “Mi deber es trabajar y el de ustedes estudiar”.

* “La mugre del trabajo no es deshonra”.

* “Mi familia es el mejor negocio que he hecho en mi vida”.


          

Death Has Deep Roots: A Second World War Mystery (British Library Crime Classics) by Michael Gilbert

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BrianEWilliams's review: "This book is an excellent blend of whodunnit murder mystery, detective thriller and courtroom drama. The story is set in post WW2 years, but there's a backstory centres on events occurring in France during the German Occupation in the war. The language is not dated even though the book was written in 1951. It begins with an accused killer changing her legal defence team on the eve of the beginning of her trial. Her previous team wanted her to plead guilty and throw herself n the mercy of the court. The suggestion is that they did not want to mount a vigorous defence out of either laziness or a lack of financial incentive. A new team comes in to prove that she's innocent. The story opens literally on the courtroom steps and moves through the trial process. This process is presented in clear language with minimal arcane legal jargon. The barristers are seasoned and act professionally, no phoney rhetoric or histrionics. Alternating with the court proceeding is the story of the detective work undertaken by a junior defence solicitor and a veteran British commando. The solicitor travels to France while the veteran stays in England. However, both face danger from people wanting to thwart their inquiries. The author is good at building suspense. With the detectives, it's the tension of the thriller -- can they elude their pursuers? In the courtroom, it's a race against time to find the information to prove the defence case before the end of the trial. All in all, it's a brilliant work of crime fiction: suspenseful, well-plotted and fast-paced with an ensemble cast of interesting characters. The description of post war rural France adds to the atmosphere in a meaningful way too. It's one of those books you want to read in one sitting. The comprehensive Introduction written by Martin Edwards provides insight into the author and the book. Recommended reading. Thanks to Poisoned Pen Press for providing an advance reading copy of this eBook of the British Library Crime Classic edition. The comments about it are my own."
          

Crew Lake United Methodist Women meet

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The United Christian Methodist Women of Crew Lake Methodist Church met Nov. 14 for their Thanksgiving meal. 

Lillian Whiten led in prayer and blessing. Then the meal of turkey,dressing, ham and all the trimmings was served. 

The husbands were invited. Those attending were Mikey Whitten,  Bill Brown, Greg Pickens and Laynnn Word. The ladies present were Dianne Williams, Frances Goodson, Margie Ross, Angie Pickens, Connie Word, Lilliam Whitten, Brenda Duffey, Sue Duffy, Melva Gilbert, Joan Brown, Rachel Stephenson, and Emma Jo Sullivan.  

Emma Jo Sullivan gave a short devotional about what we should be thankful for and read scripture from Psalms. 

Next was secretary report and treasure report. Then business pertaining to Christmas. The members will exchange gifts with each other.

If there are children in need at Christmas, United Christian Methodist Women will help them in their community. 

They also will do something for elderly or lonely and sick people in the  church. 

The group will have Socks for Seniors from the church to take to the nursing home. 

The next meeting will be at 5 p.m. Dec. 12 at the church. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Lillian Whitten. 

Each member carried home a little bag with a circle of lotion in it. The lotion was made by Angie Pickens. 

The members of the group would like to  thank her for remembering them in such a nice way.


          

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73: es éste la pongo en blanco y copiá ¿A quién ama Gilbert Grape?, cosas de excel no?

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Fotoverslag: Seminar GILBERT YVEL

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New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

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The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 101, no. 910, April 2019) is out. The theme is: "Memory and War." Contents include:
  • Vincent Bernard, Memory: a new humanitarian frontier
  • Interview with Boris Cyrulnik: Director of studies at the Université du Sud, Toulon-Var
  • Hélène Dumas, When children remember: A history of the Tutsi genocide through the eyes of children (1994–2006)
  • David Rieff, …And if there was also a duty to forget, how would we think about history then?
  • Marijn C. W. Kroes & Rain Liivoja, Eradicating war memories: Neuroscientific reality and ethical concerns
  • Jill Stockwell, Does individual and collective remembrance of past violence impede or foster reconciliation? From Argentina to Sri Lanka
  • Phuong N. Pham, Mychelle Balthazard, Niamh Gibbons, & Patrick Vinck, Perspectives on memory, forgiveness and reconciliation in Cambodia's post-Khmer Rouge society
  • Aaron Weah, Declining ethnic relations in post-war Liberia: The transmission of violent memories
  • Germán Parra Gallego, The role of freedom of expression in the construction of historical memory
  • Cédric Cotter, The role of experience and the place of history in the writings of ICRC presidents
  • Pierre Ryter, A personal experience in Turkey, Iran and China: The need for the ICRC to adapt in a multipolar world
  • Gilbert Holleufer, Heroic memory and contemporary war
  • Danielle Drozdzewski, Emma Waterton, & Shanti Sumartojo, Cultural memory and identity in the context of war: Experiential, place-based and political concerns
  • Helen Walasek, Cultural heritage and memory after ethnic cleansing in post-conflict Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Annaïg Lefeuvre, The Shoah Memorial: A history retraced from the Drancy site
  • Annette Becker, Dark tourism: The “heritagization” of sites of suffering, with an emphasis on memorials of the genocide perpetrated against the Tutsi of Rwanda
  • Michael N. Schmitt, Wired warfare 3.0: Protecting the civilian population during cyber operations

          

Asesinan a hombre en El Largo

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Madera.- Un hombre falleció por heridas producidas por proyectiles de arma de fuego en el interior de su domicilio en Ejido Largo Maderal.Personal de Investigación de la Fiscalía de distrito zona occidente que acudió al lugar, informó que tuvo a la vista el cuerpo de un masculino que fue identificado como Gilberto Z. V., de 62 años de edad.Familiares del fallecido dieron a conocer que aproximadamente a las 9:30 horas de ayer llegaron a su domicilio sujetos armados que tras ubicar al masculino le
          

Nom Du Bonheur Gilbert

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Scienziato della NASA: “Abbiamo già trovato la vita su Marte”

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Scienziato della NASA: “Abbiamo già trovato la vita su Marte” Abbiamo speso decenni e miliardi di dollari per rispondere a una semplice domanda: c’è vita su Marte? Ma secondo un’opinione su Scientific American dell’ex scienziato della NASA Gilbert Levin, potremmo aver già scoperto che non siamo soli nell’universo durante un esperimento condotto da Levin per la missione viking della NASA su Marte nel 1976. La NASA ha inviato due orbiter viking separati e coppie di lander sul Pianeta Rosso per condurre esperimenti e tornare con istantanee – segnando la prima volta che gli Stati Uniti sono atterrati in sicurezza con

L'articolo Scienziato della NASA: “Abbiamo già trovato la vita su Marte” proviene da Nuovo Universo.


          

Canal Brasil - Destaques da programação de 02 a 08 de dezembro

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Divulgação Canal Brasil
Conheça os destaques da programação do Canal Brasil de 02 a 08 de dezembro.

SEGUNDA-FEIRA, 02 DE DEZEMBRO

OUTRAS BRASILEIRAS 
PRINCIPAL
Episódio: Laços
1º Horário: Segunda, dia 02/12, às 21h
Rebatidas: Quinta, dia 05/12, às 14h; e sexta, dia 06/12, às 7h30
Classificação: 14 anos

Sinopse: Série documental produzida pela AfroReggae Audiovisual e dirigida por Diego Dadalt, que retrata a vida de mulheres transexuais periféricas. Os cinco episódios são temáticos e apresentam, em cada um, um aspecto específico da rotina das muitas personagens convidadas a darem seus depoimentos. Os temas abordados são: 1) Corpo Político: Percepção sobre o feminino, falta de direitos, militância e registro civil; 2) Saúde: HIV, redesignação sexual, os preconceitos enfrentados na saúde pública, o mercado negro da hormonização e silicone industrial; 3) Laços: Relacionamentos, abandono familiar e religião; 4) Violência: Física, transfobia, cafetinagem e agressão policial; 5) Trabalho: Prostituição e inserção na sociedade legal.

Neste episódio: O episódio final acompanha os conflitos familiares enfrentados por transgêneros para que suas identidades sejam respeitadas e mostra a luta para abrir a mente das pessoas que amam.

ESPELHO 
PRINCIPAL
Convidado: Mara Behlau e Marisa Barbara
1º Horário: Segunda, dia 02/12, às 21h30
Rebatidas: Quarta, dia 04/12, às 13h30; e quinta, dia 05/12, às 7h
Classificação: Livre

Sinopse: Idealizado e apresentado por Lázaro Ramos, o programa segue sua busca pela pluralidade e atualidade, e, este ano, 14º no ar no Canal Brasil, tem como mote central o acolhimento e traz uma novidade: uma série de quatro episódios sobre religião tendo Monja Coen, Padre Vilson Groh, o pastor evangélico Henrique Vieira e a mãe de santo Egbomi Cici como convidados. Quem abre a temporada é Baco Exu do Blues. Lázaro recebe ainda convidados como: Fátima Bernardes, Péricles, Sophie Charlotte, Maíra Azevedo e Yuri Marçal, Poliana Abritta, Alexandre Nero e Luedji Luna. O humor também está bastante presente este ano, não só pela presença de humoristas como Thalita Carauta e Marcos Veras, mas também com convidados como Edy Star e Duh Moraes, que usam essa ferramenta como complemento para suas produções artísticas. Outra novidade é o quadro “Poesia no Espelho”, em que o poeta e influenciador digital baiano Jordan Villas Boas recita versos enquanto correm os créditos do programa.

Neste episódio: Mara Behlau e Marisa Barbara, especialistas em comunicação humana, explicam os motivos para o contato entre os indivíduos ter se tornado tão violento e detalham a influência das novas tecnologias.

A ARTE DO ENCONTRO
INÉDITO 
Convidada: Dan Stulbach
1º Horário: Segunda, dia 02/12, às 22h
Rebatidas: terça, dia 03/12, às 13h30; e quarta, dia 04/12, às 7h
Classificação: Livre

Sinopse: Tony Ramos volta às telas do Canal Brasil na quarta temporada de “A Arte do Encontro”. Tony continua recebendo seus convidados para encontros espontâneos sem roteiro previamente estipulado. Mas a nova leva de episódios, dirigidos por Felipe Nepomuceno, vem cheia de novidades: além de ensaios, poesias, trechos de livros e peças de teatro – já presentes em anos anteriores –, roteiros de cinema e letras de música também serão lidos durante das entrevistas. Mais uma vez, o cenário é intimista, apenas com uma mesa e pouca iluminação, e o que prevalece é a arte. Entre os nomes presentes nesta temporada estão Miguel Falabella, Gregorio Duvivier, Claudia Abreu, Karine Teles, Jorge Furtado, Zezé Motta, Lucinha Araujo, Dan Stulbach, Conceição Evaristo e Osmar Prado. 

Neste episódio: “Eu queria agarrar o tempo, mas não consigo”. O ator Dan Stulbach lamenta a efemeridade da vida, avalia os seus erros e arrependimentos e critica uma sociedade refém das certezas.

AMIGOS, SONS E PALAVRAS
INÉDITO 
Especial Parte 1 - Amigos, Sons e Palavras 
Horário: Segunda, dia 02/12, às 22h30
Rebatidas: Quinta, dia 05/12, às 13h30; e sexta, dia 06/12, às 7h
Classificação: Livre

Sinopse: Com direção de Letícia Muhana e Patrícia Guimarães, e produção da Gegê Produções Artísticas, “Amigos, Sons e Palavras” tem direção de produção de Flora Gil e direção musical de Bem Gil. Mais uma vez, Gilberto Gil encontra amigos para encontros repletos de música, afeto e idéias – sem roteiro pré-estabelecido – e extrai de quem senta à sua frente histórias das mais variadas. “O fato de começar com uma música já é um elemento de conforto”, comenta. Este ano, ele recebeu nomes como Pedro Bial, Lilia Cabral, Patricia Pillar, Arnaldo Antunes, Fernando Haddad, José Celso Martinez Correa e seus filhos Preta e Bem, entre outros.

Neste episódio: O episódio mais do que especial de “Amigos, Sons e Palavras” relembra alguns dos momentos que marcaram a temporada e deixaram aquele sentimento de saudade.

O SOM DO VINIL
INÉDITO
Episódio: Dóris Monteiro - Mudando de Conversa (1969)
1º Horário: Segunda, 02/12, às 23h
Rebatidas: Sexta, dia 06/12, às 13h30; e sábado, dia 07/12, às 7h
Classificação: Livre 

Sinopse: Charles Gavin se jogou de cabeça no universo feminino para traçar um panorama inédito da música brasileira sob a ótica de grandes mulheres, das mais diferentes gerações. A 13ª edição do programa O Som do Vinil apresenta entrevistas com 27 intérpretes, compositoras e musicistas. Este ano, as conversas vão além da arte, e questões de gênero, machismo e homofobia são discutindas pela primeira vez. “O meio da música ainda é muito machista e até hoje a mulher é muito associada ao ofício de cantora. Não existe na língua portuguesa o feminino da palavra ‘músico’. Eu chamo as artistas da música de musicistas, mas é uma licença poética”, diz Gavin, que reuniu uma equipe inteiramente formada por mulheres para esta temporada. A direção do programa é dele e de Gabriela Gastal.

Os episódios passeiam pela história de discos notáveis produzidos por artistas da nova geração, como a carioca Letrux e a baiana Xênia França, e de grandes damas como Elza Soares, Sandra de Sá, Leny Andrade e Gal Costa, que abre a temporada. O baterista e pesquisador ainda recebe personalidades como Roberta Sá, Fernanda Takay, Zélia Duncan, Leila Pinheiro, Joyce, Fátima Guedes, Simone, Dóris Monteiro e Joanna, Tia Surica e Aurea Maria, da Portela, entre outras. E joga luz sobre artistas que estão longe dos holofotes, como Sandra Pera, que depois de deixar As Frenéticas lançou um único LP solo, em 1983; Doris Monteiro, rainha do rádio, que ela fala sobre o disco “Sobre Doris Monteiro”, de 1969; e Eliana Pittman, que comenta o álbum “Tô Chegando, Já Cheguei”, de 1974, e sobre o ápice de sua carreira, quando tocou no Olympia de Paris e foi entrevistada por Jerry Lewis, em seu talk show.  
Neste episódio: Dóris Monteiro, a moça que canta diferente, relembra o começo da carreira, revela curiosidades de sua trajetória na música e emociona ao interpretar a sua primeira gravação.

O PAÍS DO CINEMA
INÉDITO
Episódio: Leila Diniz
1º Horário: Segunda, dia 02/12, às 23h30
Rebatidas: terça, dia 03/12, às 7h; e segunda, dia 09/12, às 13h30
Classificação: 14 anos

Sinopse: Andréia Horta volta ao papel de apresentadora de TV: pelo segundo ano, a atriz está à frente de “O País do Cinema”. No quarto ano da atração, a atriz recebe realizadores, diretores e intérpretes e coloca em pauta uma abordagem crítica e informativa da produção nacional. Este ano, o programa dirigido por Marcello Ludwig Maia foca sua atenção em filmes da mais recente safra do cinema brasileiro. Entre os filmes escolhidos para esta temporada estão trabalhos de artistas como Kleber Mendonça Filho, Gabriela Amaral Almeida, Murilo Salles, Marco Nanini, Andrea Beltrão, Walter Carvalho, Daniela Thomas e Andrucha Waddington. André Ristum e Arlindo Lopes falam sobre o drama A Voz do Silêncio (2018), estrelado por Marieta Severo. Affonso Uchoa e João Dumans comentam os pormenores de Arábia (2017) e Susanna Lira e Rita Sipahi emocionam a própria anfitriã com os detalhes de Torre das Donzelas (2018). Há ainda entrevistas com Daniela Thomas e Drica Moraes sobre O Banquete (2017) e com Camila Morgado e Ítala Nandi sobre Domingo (2018), entre outros. Para ilustrar as entrevistas, são exibidas cenas das obras e imagens de making of.

Neste episódio: Luiz Carlos Lacerda e Louise Cardoso, diretor e protagonista de “Leila Diniz”, falam sobre o retrato afetuoso da vida da atriz e detalham os incômodos gerados por sua natureza revolucionária.

ELETROGORDO
INÉDITO
Convidado: Adriane Galisteu
1º Horário: Segunda, dia 02/12, à 0h
Rebatidas: Terça, dia 03/12, às 9h25; e sexta, dia 06/12, às 11h05
Classificação: 14 anos

Sinopse: Personalidade irreverente da cultura pop brasileira, conhecido pelas letras anárquicas e apresentações explosivas nos palcos com os Ratos de Porão, João Gordo chega à quarta temporada de sua atração no Canal Brasil trazendo convidados ainda mais provocativos e questionadores. O cenário do programa dirigido por André Barcinski é o mesmo; o cantor continua comandando uma pequena oficina de eletrodomésticos cujos frequentadores trazem sempre um aparelho velho, mas o reparo pouco importa. Todos chegam ali para trocar dois dedos de prosa com o mecânico, em papos sobre a vida e a carreira, sempre com revelações bombásticas sobre suas histórias e comentários cômicos e curiosos.

João Gordo, que comanda a conversa praticamente sem cortes e sempre com um tom leve de amigos de longa data conversando, fez questão de escolher entrevistados – alguns indicados por sua filha, Victoria, de 14 anos – com um perfil confrontador. A lista inclui a ex-deputada e ex-candidata à presidência, Manuela D’Ávila; a jornalista, escritora e apresentadora de televisão Barbara Gancia; o poeta e romancista Ferréz; o compositor, ator e músico André Abujamra e uma seleta lista de personalidades do rap e hip-hop, como BNegão, Karol Conka, Preta-Rara e Rincon Sapiência – com destaque para o reencontro de Dexter e Afro-X, fundadores do icônico 509-E, que finalmente acertaram suas desavenças na oficina do apresentador. Adriane Galisteu, Danilo Beyruth, Dudu França, Edu Lane, Eliane Dias, Fernanda Lira e Gilliard, entre outros, também aparecem na loja com suas bugigangas.

Neste episódio: A atriz e apresentadora Adriane Galisteu relembra as experiências e curiosidades nos trabalhos pelos diversos canais da televisão brasileira e revela como lida com o desrespeito nas redes sociais.

TERÇA-FEIRA, 03 DE DEZEMBRO

FAIXA MUSICAL – Vander Lee: 20 Anos
1º Horário: Terça, dia 03/02, às 14h
Rebatidas: Quarta, dia 04/02, às 9h20; e quinta, dia 05/02, às 11h30
Classificação: Livre

Sinopse: Diretamente do Espaço Tom Jobim, no Rio de Janeiro, o cantor Vander Lee realizou um show comemorativo pelos seus 20 anos de carreira. Participação especial de Mariene de Castro.

TRANSMISSÃO 
INÉDITO 
Convidada: Laerte Coutinho
Horário: Terça, dia 03/12, à 0h
Rebatida: Segunda, dia 09/12, às 15h45; e terça, dia 10/12, às 9h55
Classificação: 12 anos

Sinopse: Linn da Quebrada e Jup do Bairro são duas das mais revolucionárias personalidades da nova geração da cultura brasileira. Suas apresentações de rap nas periferias são incendiárias e críticas, com letras focadas nos dilemas do universo LGBTQI, na desigualdade social e questões raciais. Suas trajetórias encantaram os documentaristas Kiko Goifman e Claudia Priscila, diretores de Bixa Travesti (2018), no qual elas expõem suas rotinas e mostram como suas posturas nos palcos visam desconstruir estereótipos de gênero, raça e classe. Novamente juntos, cineastas e cantoras estrelam o novo programa da faixa da meia-noite no Canal Brasil, dando sequência ao bastão passado por Laerte Coutinho em Transando com Laerte, que se despede da grade depois de quatro temporadas.

O talk show comandado pelas plurais artistas traz convidados para um bate-papo irreverente, no qual questões de gênero, sexo e raça são frequentemente abordadas, mas não limitadoras a conversa. O papo com Laerte Coutinho fala sobre transexualidade, mas também aborda relacionamentos amorosos e religião. Com a funkeira MC Carol, elas discutem a influência do rap na periferia e a descoberta da veia artística. A deputada Erica Malunguinho fala sobre a dificuldade de pessoas trans em ocupar espaços de poder, tanto na política quanto na academia, e a atriz Glamour Garcia fala sobre aceitação da personalidade. Há espaço ainda para os músicos Jards Macalé, Tom Zé e Letrux, o ex-prefeito Fernando Haddad, a cineasta Anna Muylaert, o ex-jogador de futebol Vampeta e a chef de cozinha Paola Carosella, entre outros.

Neste episódio: A cartunista Laerte Coutinho fala acerca das inseguranças de servir como modelo para outras gerações e reflete sobre um sentimento de culpa que a perseguiu durante toda a sua vida.

QUARTA-FEIRA, 04 DE DEZEMBRO

PAUSA PRO CAFÉ
INÉDITO
Episódio: A Poeira Não Quer Sair do Esqueleto
1º Horário: Quarta, dia 04/12, às 19h30
Rebatida: Segunda, dia 09/12, às 12h30; e terça, dia 10/12, às 7h30
Classificação: 16 anos 

Sinopse: Em Pausa pro Café, o ator Humberto Carrão apresenta premiados curtas-metragens que tiveram berço nas faculdades nacionais de cinema e entrevista seus respectivos diretores. A quarta temporada da série busca descobrir as motivações de cada cineasta. Muitas das películas exibidas surgiram como projetos de conclusão de curso ou até mesmo trabalhos para uma matéria da grade curricular. Com orçamentos mínimos, contemplando, muitas vezes, apenas o custeio de alimentação e transporte da reduzida equipe; e recursos limitados aos equipamentos disponíveis nas universidades e tempos de produção escassos – já que os alunos tinham diversas matérias a serem finalizadas –, o programa registra como o principal fator para um cinema bem feito é ter uma boa história para contar. 

Neste episódio: Quatro habitantes do RJ fazem parte das remoções que acontecem na comunidade do Metrô-Mangueira e nos contam histórias.

STELLA MODELS
INÉDITO
Episódio: Hermínia
1º Horário: Quarta, dia 04/12, às 23h30
Rebatida: Terça, dia 10/12, às 3h
Classificação: 18 anos 

Sinopse: A atração divide-se em dois momentos para narrar a história de Stella (Stella Miranda). Na juventude, quando ainda respondia como Hermínia (Larissa Maxine), a protagonista rapidamente percebeu o valor da sexualidade e como sua sensualidade poderia ser uma aliada para alcançar seus objetivos de vida. Os planos de sair de uma cidade pequena para o Rio de Janeiro começavam a dar certo quando uma batida policial a levou presa por mais de 20 anos por uma série de atividades ilícitas, incluindo associação com o tráfico de drogas, prostituição e atuação como mandante de um homicídio. Da cadeia, Stella confidencia seu passado a um gravador enquanto prepara seu retorno triunfal.

Passados os primeiros capítulos, a série chega ao presente e mostra como a ex-prostituta vai tentar reerguer sua vida. O plano principal parece simples: montar a Stella Models, uma agência de acompanhantes de luxo para um público exclusivo. Para isso, ela vai contar com a ajuda de Priscilla (Anna Markun), uma travesti com amplo conhecimento da vida nas ruas de Copacabana. Seu time para essa empreitada é eclético. Juliana (Karine Barros) já vive de programas com gringos; Gleide (Kênia Barbara) está à procura de dinheiro para sustentar o filho; e Karine (Nathalie Sztokman) veio do Rio Grande do Sul para tentar ser atriz no Rio de Janeiro e levou um golpe de um falso agente. Juntas, essas mulheres vão vivenciar de perto o céu e o inferno da noite carioca. 

Neste episódio: A série acompanha uma agência de prostituição idealizada por uma figura notória do submundo carioca. No primeiro episódio, a jovem Hermínia faz o que pode para abandonar a vida no interior.

PORNOLÂNDIA
INÉDITO
Episódio: A Tecnologia e o Entretenimento Adulto
1º Horário: Quarta, dia 04/12, à 0h
Rebatida: Domingo, dia 08/12, às 1h45; segunda, dia 09/12, às 1h35; e terça, dia 10/12, às 2h45
Classificação: 16 anos 

Sinopse: A musa da pornochanchada Nicole Puzzi retorna à tela do Canal Brasil em entrevistas picantes, com membros do universo da pornografia e do erotismo no país. Sempre em tom irreverente, a apresentadora discute abertamente temas como fetiche, sensualidade, nudez artística e o mercado brasileiro de filmes adultos. A anfitriã está ainda mais curiosa e provocativa no quinto ano do programa, seja investigando as práticas sexuais menos comuns, revendo os velhos amigos ou conversando com figuras da indústria pornô. 

Neste episódio: Michelle Rogério, relações públicas da plataforma de interação online “Câmera Prive”, revela detalhes sobre o entretenimento adulto mediado pelas webcams que vão além do sexo.

QUINTA-FEIRA, 05 DE DEZEMBRO

STELLA MODELS
INÉDITO
Episódio: Nasce Uma Puta
1º Horário: Quinta, dia 05/12, às 23h30
Rebatida: Quarta, dia 11/12, às 3h
Classificação: 18 anos 

Sinopse: A atração divide-se em dois momentos para narrar a história de Stella (Stella Miranda). Na juventude, quando ainda respondia como Hermínia (Larissa Maxine), a protagonista rapidamente percebeu o valor da sexualidade e como sua sensualidade poderia ser uma aliada para alcançar seus objetivos de vida. Os planos de sair de uma cidade pequena para o Rio de Janeiro começavam a dar certo quando uma batida policial a levou presa por mais de 20 anos por uma série de atividades ilícitas, incluindo associação com o tráfico de drogas, prostituição e atuação como mandante de um homicídio. Da cadeia, Stella confidencia seu passado a um gravador enquanto prepara seu retorno triunfal.

Passados os primeiros capítulos, a série chega ao presente e mostra como a ex-prostituta vai tentar reerguer sua vida. O plano principal parece simples: montar a Stella Models, uma agência de acompanhantes de luxo para um público exclusivo. Para isso, ela vai contar com a ajuda de Priscilla (Anna Markun), uma travesti com amplo conhecimento da vida nas ruas de Copacabana. Seu time para essa empreitada é eclético. Juliana (Karine Barros) já vive de programas com gringos; Gleide (Kênia Barbara) está à procura de dinheiro para sustentar o filho; e Karine (Nathalie Sztokman) veio do Rio Grande do Sul para tentar ser atriz no Rio de Janeiro e levou um golpe de um falso agente. Juntas, essas mulheres vão vivenciar de perto o céu e o inferno da noite carioca. 

Neste episódio: Enganada pelo professor, Hermínia aceita a oferta de Beto, porém a relação entre os dois não caminha como o imaginado. A jovem ganha status e se embrenha no submundo da prostituição.

502 
INÉDITO
Convidado: Roni
Horário: Quinta, dia 05/12, à 0h
Classificação: 14 anos

Sinopse: Fotógrafo consagrado pelo olhar perspicaz e retratos impactantes em preto e branco, Jorge Bispo recebe em seu apartamento, há seis anos, mulheres comuns que toparam tirar a roupa à frente de sua câmera. Longe dos rígidos padrões de beleza estabelecidos pelas celebridades por ele já clicadas, cujas fotos estamparam capas das principais publicações do país, Bispo trouxe à tela uma iniciativa artística e minimalista. Pela segunda vez, no entanto, o projeto dá um passo adiante, extrapola as paredes do apartamento, sobe dois pavimentos e estreia, no quinto andar, o 502, no qual os homens perdem as vestimentas e enfrentam os dilemas da nudez masculina. A temporada, que começou com as mulheres, divide-se, então, em dois momentos distintos, fazendo um panorama mais amplo de como a questão é vista pela sociedade.

Indo além do corpo de cada modelo, o espectador vai explorar detalhes de suas personalidades. À frente da câmera, todos eles se despem, tanto fisicamente quanto emocionalmente, expondo os traços escondidos pelas roupas. “O programa vai muito além do corpo”, revela Bispo. “A gente tem temas como racismo, violência e problemas sociais do próprio país, questões que são mais importantes para a nossa sociedade do que somente o corpo. Esse é um programa sobre questões que vão muito além da exposição da nudez”, afirma, lembrando que a palavra-chave da nova temporada é diversidade. “Temos personagens negros e brancos, pessoas de estados diferentes do Brasil, gêneros – temos um episódio com um personagem trans – e acho que isso está tudo abraçado. A gente tem um trabalho de pré-produção muito grande. Temos personagens que nos procuram e pesquisadoras que vão atrás de personagens. No fim, há uma mescla disso”, conclui.

Neste episódio: O modelo Roni fala sobre os padrões que foram impostos a ele para que fosse bem-sucedido em seu trabalho e destaca que carrega fardos maiores do que deveria por causa do machismo.

SEXTA-FEIRA, 06 DE DEZEMBRO

ENTRE IRMÃS
INÉDITO
Episódio: 02
Horário: Sexta, dia 06/12, às 22h30
Rebatidas: Sábado, dia 07/12, às 13h; domingo, dia 08/12, às 2h e às 9h; e terça, dia 10/12, à 0h15
Classificação: 14 anos

Sinopse: A romancista Frances de Pontes Peebles narrou, nas páginas de A Costureira e o Cangaceiro, a história de duas irmãs nascidas no mítico universo do sertão pernambucano cujas vidas tomaram rumos completamente distintos durante a mocidade. Lançado no início da atual década, o filme recebeu versão para o cinema sete anos depois, com roteiro de Patrícia Andrade, direção de Breno Silveira e elenco formado por Marjorie Estiano, Nanda Costa, Júlio Machado, Rômulo Estrela, Ângelo Antonio, Letícia Colin e Cláudio Jaborandy. Em 2018, o texto foi adaptado para o formato de minissérie, exibida originalmente pela TV Globo.

Neste episódio: Série adaptada do filme “Entre Irmãs”. Emília vai para o Recife com o marido, mas a realidade é bem diferente do que havia sonhado. Luzia se adapta à vida com o bando de Antonio Teixeira.

          

Inconvenient No 62 Automne 2015 La Tyrannie De La Rumeur Serge Bouchard Mathieu Belisle Mauricio Segura Georges Privet Benoit Melancon Ugo Gilbert Trembay

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Arquiteta Mariam Kamara desenvolve centro cultural em Níger em parceria com o renomado arquiteto David Adjaye

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Arquiteta Mariam Kamara desenvolve centro cultural em Níger em parceria com o renomado arquiteto David Adjaye (Foto: Rolex/ateliermasomi)

 

Um centro cultural em Niamey, no Níger, munido de biblioteca, espaço para performances, café e exposição, pronto para abrigar uma cidade em transformação. Esse foi o resultado de dois anos de estudos e visitas realizadas pela arquiteta nascida na capital do estado africano Mariam Kamara, do Atelier Masōmī, que teve o seu trabalho acompanhado pelo renomado arquiteto britânico-ganês David Adjaye.

Eles fazem parte da iniciativa Mentor & Protégé, da marca suíça Rolex, voltada para a perpetuação do conhecimento nas artes e a transmissão de conhecimento de geração para geração.

Além de auxílio financeiro, a empresa une por um determinado período de tempo jovens talentosos e profissionais renomados em diferentes campos como música, cinema, dança e literatura. Lançado em 2002, o programa já atraiu nomes de peso como o artista David Hockney, o cineasta Martin Scorsese e o cantor Gilberto Gil. 

 

Os resultados para os participantes variam: um novo romance, uma nova produção teatral, uma carreira dançando com a empresa do mentor ou uma obra de arte colaborativa.

David Adjaye, mentor, with Mariam Kamara, prot (Foto: ©Rolex/Thomas Chéné)

 

No caso de Mariam, não apenas o centro cultural em sua cidade natal, mas uma oportunidade de dar um rumo e entender melhor o seu próprio trabalho, como ela explicou em uma entrevista coletiva realizada no escritório de Adjaye. 

"É o projeto mais ousado que todos que eu já fiz", disse. "Eu queria firmar a minha voz, tinha uma necessidade de criar uma identidade e não sabia como. Eu sinto que agora estou chegando a uma resposta. E isso é maravilhoso". 

Durante entrevista com cidadãos locais, ela registrou a necessidade de existirem lugares de acesso público, onde todos poderiam se reunir e, ainda assim, que esse ambiente respeitasse a cultura local. 

Ela optou, portanto, por uma arquitetura que possibilitasse boa ventilação e ainda uma cor em harmonia com a região desértica.

O centro cultural, que deverá ser chamado de Centro Cultural Boubou Hama e começará a ser construído no próximo ano. Ele foi apresentado pela primeira vez ao público em cerimônia realizada na segunda-feira (25), em um auditório, na Royal Academy of Arts, em Londres, com a presença de Adjaye e do arquiteto David Chipperfield (mentor do programa de arquitetura de 2017). 

Questionado sobre quem seriam os seus "mentores", Adjaye citou como referência Chipperfield e Oscar Niemeyer.

Arquiteta Mariam Kamara desenvolve centro cultural em Níger em parceria com o renomado arquiteto David Adjaye (Foto: Rolex/ateliermasomi)

 

David Adjaye, mentor, with Mariam Kamara, prot (Foto: ©Rolex/Thomas Chéné)

 

 

Arquiteta Mariam Kamara desenvolve centro cultural em Níger em parceria com o renomado arquiteto David Adjaye (Foto: Rolex/ateliermasomi)

 


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2004 Big League Live Draft COMPLETE

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I hear the A in ADHD-I stands for angst

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How to get evaluation and potential treatment for ADHD-I, explained like I am 5 in the tiniest baby steps? Side questions, how to deal with self-doubt and concerns about judgment and medication side-effects?

About me: early 40s cis woman, unemployed, partnered but unmarried, Boston area. Long suspected I have inattentive ADHD. Currently unemployed, no health insurance. Only possibly-related issues are Gilbert's syndrome, which causes occasional random fatigue, and undiagnosed-but-I'm-pretty-sure-I-have-it PMS depression. I'm also anxious a lot but it almost always seems linked to my inability to manage myself. Had a GP but haven't been seen for a couple of years or more; not sure if I'm even still on his rolls. I'd be ok waiting until I get a new job to start this process but if there's anything I can do now that wouldn't be exorbitantly expensive, great. Either way I am super duper intimidated by all things healthcare from the logistics involved in finding a doctor or therapist (what kind? how do you find them? Do you just call them to make an appointment or do you need a referral? I hear they have waiting lists of months oh my god...) to dealing with anxiety around the process. I'm worried about being labeled a drug seeker and ruining my chances for future treatment.

I don't really want to take medications of any kind, especially not for ADHD as I already have trouble sleeping. But at this point I feel like I've hit the wall with how far my own workarounds can take me. I've read articles and books and blog posts and tweets full of advice, some of which I have successfully incorporated. Despite this I feel like I'm constantly swimming against the current of my overall lack of focus and drive. If medication can help me stop wasting my time, I'll try it.

What follows is a whole bunch more about me that might or might not be relevant.

Reasons why I think I have ADHD-I

1. Long history of disorganization going back to early childhood. Lots of comments from teachers to my parents about messiness, plus "not working up to my potential." I remember school as a nightmare of physical papers everywhere, underused planners, assignments invariably done at the last possible second if done at all, and staying home "sick" for days even weeks due to snowballing anxiety over missed work. Unfortunately I have chucked all my old report cards so I don't have any written records of this. Writing papers in college was the worst.
Counterpoint (?): I usually managed to get good grades anyway, expect in a couple of my worst subjects. I test well and scored high on the SATs. My mom once took me to a local learning center, when I was particularly struggling in high school. I was evaluated for a bunch of things but they didn't diagnose me with anything. I continued to go for a while and it basically just served as a place to do homework under supervision. I got into a good college and got my degree without any special accommodations.
-> Counter-counterpoint: I think tests in institutional settings are so much easier than say, writing papers, because aside from studying, (which for me almost always consisted of cramming for a few hours before the test,) there is no need to organize or structure my own time, PLUS there are so few distractions at a school desk with nothing one test booklet in front of me in a blissfully silent room, compared to other distracting environments, many of which contain the whole fucking internet.

2. My younger brother was diagnosed as ADHD-H as a kid. I am pretty sure my dad has some flavor of it too, but he has never been evaluated. Unlike my little bro I was not hyperactive or disruptive, instead I was able to spend many hours reading and had no apparent difficulties concentrating in class. In retrospect, I was/am often only able to process verbal information about new concepts if I can take notes while that person is talking, or if they also include visual aids. Fortunately, most of school involved note-taking, and most teachers wrote stuff on the board and there was accompanying reading material so I muddled through. I relate so hard to this. About the reading for pleasure - I spend soooooo much of my unstructured time unable to pick a thing to do, and instead just do soothing activities like eating or reading all day.

3. I am still messy and disorganized, but I cope/hide it much better now. These days, I know I need visual order to be calm and that cluttered surfaces stress me the fuck out, so at home I take the time to tidy throughout the day. My apartment looks lovely to guests. But if you look inside my bulging closets, dresser drawers, handbags, cabinets, or personal paper files, you would see that there is no internal order. These spaces are chaos zones that I will clean out in twice yearly binges (after which things generally degenerate again in a week.) I spend more time hanging out in my living room than in my closet so I prioritize straightening the living room. Of course, every morning is terrible when it takes me thirty real minutes to get dressed because I can't find a clean pair of leggings.

4. Same deal with work. My entire professional career up to now has involved administrative and project management work which has required a ton of organization and self-direction. Faking it till I made it luckily worked ok for a time, as I learned to use strategies such as blocking out my time and tasks every day, and "achieving through procrastination" by knocking out tasks as a way to avoid doing something else. But I would have bad days when hours would go by of spinning my wheels because I could. not. force myself to concentrate. (Negative credit to my incredibly noisy open-plan office.) I spent untold hours doing unreported overtime since it was often only possible to focus when the office was finally quiet, and I wasn't receiving a new email every ten minutes. I want to never do this again. (Just to head things off - advice to switch careers/industries is not gonna be helpful at this time. Believe me, I have a good handle on what I am good at and while I know there are jobs out there in which I wouldn't need to be organized or self-directed, those are generally an even bigger mismatch for me for other reasons. "Just work from home" is also not a solution since my home is tiny and full of its own distractions, plus not every organization allows/encourages it.)

5. I can barely keep up with the daily demands of life, let alone put in steady effort on passion projects. When I have free time I fritter it away. I have never had any long-term goals. People who can achieve things like getting graduate level education, buying a house or raising children amaze me. I can't do marathons. But I am aces at taking on new challenges in little sprints, such as organizing a move, getting to a volunteer session if someone asks me to be there at a particular date and time, giving feedback on an essay for a friend that they are going to send in the next ten minutes, etc.

6. Things that help: getting better than adequate sleep every day. Very low-moderate amounts of caffeine. Unfortunately caffeine destroys my sleep, which is why I am super apprehensive of ADHD medication. It's also really easy for me to have too much and tip over into hyperfocus on something I shouldn't be doing (usually screwing around online.) Making to-do lists. Taking frequent breaks to walk around. Having regularly scheduled check-ins with supervisors. Working in the mornings or evenings (afternoons are terrible.) Working in quiet, boring, distraction-free spaces with good natural lighting.

Thank you for reading, and any help/hope you can offer!

Throwaway email: the_a_in_adhdi_stands_for_angst@protonmail.com
          

It's Buttercup Squash Pie For Thanksgiving, Because SHUT UP, PUMPKINS

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Just last week, you were talking to your Thanksgiving host, and you made the mistake of being polite and asking if there is anything you can bring. And she said, "Oh, you're so thoughtful; something for dessert would be great!" So demanding! Do not fret. Today we share with you (for you to share with your friends on social media) a Buttercup Squash Pie recipe, so you can say, "As you wish."



Yes, it's very similar to pumpkin or sweet potato pie, but it's different enough to generate conversation and non-traditional enough to deter your reactionary uncle from even tasting it. Buttercup squash are squat, ugly little bastards. If you can't find one, you can do this with butternut or acorn squash, or some combination of all of them. We're using buttercup squash mostly because we love Gilbert and Sullivan, almost as much as Adam West's Batman does:

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Ingredients

1 pie dough in a pie pan (Here's Mojopo's recipe, but you only need half of it)

1 buttercup squash (alternatively 1 butternut or 2 acorn squash)

1 cup sugar

1 cup milk

2 shots of dark rum

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 teaspoon nutmeg

1/2 teaspoon ginger (the dried powder kind)

1/4 teaspoon allspice

1/4 teaspoon mace

3 eggs, separated (plus the yolk leftover from making this)



Directions:

Set the oven to 400° F. Cut the squash in half, around its equator, and scoop out the seeds with a spoon.

Line a cookie sheet with tin foil, and put a little water on it. Place the squash halves, cut side down, on the cookie sheet, and bake until soft, about 30 minutes.

Carefully remove the skin from the squash, put the flesh in a large bowl, and mash it with your potato masher.

Let that cool (put the bowl outside, if it's cold where you live) while you get your pie dough into the pan.

Turn the oven up to 425° F.

The squash cool enough to handle? Great! Add to it the spices, sugar, milk, egg yolks, and half of the rum. Beat that until it is fully combined and smooth.

Drink the other shot of rum. (That's what they call a "tot" on the HMS Pinafore.)

Now, whip the egg whites until stiff but not dry.

Fold the egg whites into the squash mixture. Do you know how to do that? Mix 1/3 of the whites into the squash stuff with a whisk. Add half of what's left of the egg whites (or another 1/3 of the original amount for you algebra enthusiasts) and run your rubber spatula or wooden spoon along the bottom of the bowl away from yourself, then kinda scoop it back toward you, "folding" the mixture over the whites. Turn the bowl a quarter turn and repeat. Do this until the egg whites are fully incorporated. Gently fold in the remaining egg whites until it's almost all the way incorporated, but a few small streaks of white remain.

Pour the filling into the prepared pie dough. This is going to be way more than you need for one 9-inch pie, so be creative with the rest or throw it away.

Put it in the oven for 10 minutes, then reduce the heat to 300° F. Bake for an additional hour or so, until a toothpick comes out clean and the crust is golden brown and delicious.

If your Thanksgiving host is any damn good at hosting Thanksgiving, there will be plenty of whipped cream available to dollop on slices. We're eating it with vanilla ice cream today for our health. We will wait until next week to begin drinking heavy cream by the quart.

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Home For Sale In New York, New York (RealtyWW) $16,500,000

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This iconic brownstone, steps from Central Park, was built in 1891 by Gilbert Schellenger on a storied block, once home to financiers Bernard Baruch and partners Samuel Goldman and Marcus Sachs. Visionary American fashion designer Perry Ellis oversaw a meticulous restoration of the original mahogany, cherry and oak architectural info, adding floor-to-ceiling French casement windows and Art Deco bathrooms from The Savoy Hotel in London. A subsequent owner commissioned the noted American designer, artist and sculptor Ward Bennett to bring the house fully into the 20th century with his serene contemporary American vision. The house was most completely remodeled to 21st century standards in 2015.A Garden Entry leads to a Center Hall which opens to spacious Bedroom/Office with a full Bathroom, a Powder Room and a spectacular eat-in Chef's Kitchen with fireplace, center island, walk-in pantry, six-burner professional Garland range, oak millwork, aged white Carrera marble counter tops and elevette/dumbwaiter.

          

Gilbert je zpět v sestavě, dvěma góly pomohl k výhře ve Frýdku-Místku

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Delší dobu byl mimo sestavu a domácí zápasy sledoval z novinářské tribuny. Teď mu však trenér Václav Prospal zase dává šanci, aby se ukázal. Ve Frýdku-Místku v sobotu 28letý útočník českobudějovického Motoru David Gilbert důvěru kouče splatil hned dvěma góly.
          

Italy: Tutto Disney 92 (2019)

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Italy: Disney BIG 138 (2019)

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I TL 2698-5 Pico, Gastone e l'albero del sapere (26 p.) Carlo Panaro,Lara Molinari GL,LVD
I TL 3162-5 Pico, Archimede e la sfida del grande Genius (28 p.) Davide Baldoni,Gabriele Panini Billie,GY,LVD,Walton
I TL 2447-2 Battista e il puzzle fonico (20 p.) Carlo Panaro,Giuseppe Dalla Santa BB,Battista,US
I TL 2638-5 Paperut e la scoperta del regalo (20 p.) Carlo Gentina,Danilo Barozzi DA,DD,GL,US
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I TL 2217-4 Paperino e il regalo artistico (21 p.) Enrico Faccini DA,DD,FE

          

Complete Cyberspace Reference And Directory An Addressing And Utilization Guide To The Internet Electronic Mail Systems And Bulletin Board Systems Vnr Communications Library By Gilbert Held 1995 07 05

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Power Couple vs Power Couple

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Another interview at the God@Work TV Studios, and today the Brangenbergs talked with Gilbert and Mary Ann Markarian; one’s a chart-topping singer, and the other’s an accountant-turned-business owner and ministry leader. Their stories are pretty cool – and how they found Christ is so much cooler.
          

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Home Health Pharmacy Technician | Banner Health

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Macy's Holiday Hiring Event - December 5, 11am-7pm: San Tan Village - Macy's - Gilbert, AZ

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Complete your application and reserve your interview by clicking "Apply Now" to complete this application TODAY! 49 and LA MC ch.XVIII Art.
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At Your Service Center - Seasonal Associate, Part Time: San Tan Village - Macy's - Gilbert, AZ

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Ability to interpret instructional documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. 49 and LA MC ch.XVIII Art.
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Seasonal Retail - Selling Floor Lead, Part Time: San Tan Village - Macy's - Gilbert, AZ

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49 and LA MC ch.XVIII Art. Including Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s – will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal convictions in a manner…
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The Greenbriar Boys - Stewball

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Année :1961
Auteur(s) :John Herald, Ralph C. Rinzler, Robert Yellinnnie Gilbert
Label :Vanguard
Reference :VRS 9096
Durée :2 m 29 s

          

Harold Gilbert au Royaume des sucriers

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Par Joffre Grondin Dans le cadre des célébrations du centenaire du village de Saint-Philibert, le comité des fêtes présente LE ROYAUME DES SUCRIERS, une pièce de théâtre musical écrite et mise en scène par l’artiste multidisciplaire Harold Gilbert.  Après La Sorcière de l’île Pozer, Noël au chemin des Français et Le grand retour de Ludger […]

          

Histoires de Noël à Suzette

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Le 06/12/2019

Conférence en scène

Dans le cadre des soirées de la Bonne Auberge de Suzette

Les fêtes calendales de la Sainte-Barbe à la Chandeleur, les treize desserts, la crèche... toutes les traditions de Noël vous seront contées.

Avec Stéphanie Collet, animatrice de l'architecture et du patrimoine de la CoVe, et les conteurs Gilbert Chiron et  Jean-Loup Guigue du TRAC.

Durée : 2h.

 

 



          

Guía de series: Estrenos y regresos de diciembre 2019

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Guía de estrenos y regresos de series en diciembre de 2019

Acaba el año y no puedes perderte las últimas novedades. ¿Ya has hecho balance? ¿Cambiará algo con estas nuevas propuestas?

¡Feliz diciembre!

Leyenda:
Verde: series nuevas.
Rojo: series de las que haremos reviews semanales.
Negro: regresos de otras series.
Naranja: miniseries o series documentales.
Amarillo: tv movies, documentales, especiales o pilotos.
Morado: season finales.
Púrpura: midseason finales.

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Calendario de series


  • 1 de diciembre
    • Eastsiders (4T y última completa) y Dead Kids en Netflix
    • The War of the Worlds en BBC One
    • Godfather of Harlem (1T finale) en Epix
  • 4 de diciembre:
    • Vikings (6T y última) en History
    • Foodie Love (1T completa) en HBO
    • The Moodys (1T) en FOX
  • 5 de diciembre
    • Tell Me a Story (2T) en CBS All Access
    • Merlí: Sapere Aude (1T completa) en Movistar+
    • V Wars (1T completa), Home for ChristmasA Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby en Netlix
    • Same Time, Next Christmas en ABC
  • 6 de diciembre
    • The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (3T completa) y Inside Edge (2T completa) en Amazon
    • Reprisal (1T completa) en Hulu
    • Días de Navidad, Fuller House (5aT completa), Triad Princess (1T completa), Virgin River (1T completa), The Confession KillerMarriage Story en Netflix
    • Truth Be Told (1T) en Apple TV+
    • The Pack (3T) en HBO
    • See (1T finale) en Apple TV+
  • 7 de diciembre: Steven Universe Future en Cartoon Network
  • 8 de diciembre
    • The L Word: Generation Q (1T) y Work in Progress (1T) en Showtime
    • Mrs. Fletcher (1T finale) y Silicon Valley (series finale) en HBO
    • Madam Secretary (series finale) en CBS
  • 9 de diciembre
    • Family Reunion (especial Navidad) en Netflix
    • Traces (1T) en Alibi
  • 10 de diciembreThe Moodys (1T finale) en FOX
  • 11 de diciembre
    • Castle Rock (2T finale) en Hulu
    • South Park (23T finale) en Comedy Central
  • 13 de diciembre
    • The Expanse (4T completa) en Amazon
    • Runaways (3T y última completa) en Hulu
    • 6 Underground en Netflix
  • 14 de diciembre: Dial M For Middlesbrough en Gold
    • 15 de diciembre: Watchmen (1T finale) en HBO
      • 16 de diciembre
        • Sticks and Stones (1T) en ITV
        • Good Trouble (especial Navidad) en Freeform
        • 17 de diciembre: The Purge (2T finale) y Treadstone (1T finale) en USA Network
          • 18 de diciembre
            • Soundtrack (1T completa) en Netflix
            • Sticks and Stones (1T finale) en ITV
            • The Moodys (1T finale) en FOX
          • 19 de diciembre
            • A Christmas Carol en FX
            • Sacrifice en BET+
          • 20 de diciembre
            • The Witcher (1T completa) y The Two Popes en Netflix
            • The Aeronauts en Amazon
            • In The Long Run (especial Navidad) en Sky One
            • The Morning Show (1T finale) y For All Mankind (1T finale) en Apple TV+
            • Velvet Colección (series finale) en Movistar+
            • Van Helsing (4T finale) en Syfy
            • 22 de diciembre: His Dark Materials (1T finale) en BBC One
              • 24 de diciembreLost in Space (2T completa) en Netflix
                • 26 de diciembreYou (2T completa) en Netflix
                  • 27 de diciembre
                    • The Gift (1T completa) en Netflix
                    • The Mandalorian (1T finale) en Disney+
                    • 29 de diciembre
                      • Dare Me (1T) en USA Network
                        • Mr. Robot (series finale) en USA Network
                        • 30 de diciembre: Alexa & Katie (3T completa) en Netflix
                        • 31 de diciembre: El vecino (1T completa) en Netflix

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                        Estrenos de series


                        Foodie Love (HBO)

                        Foodie Love HBO

                        Laia Costa (Polseres vermelles, Cites) y Guillermo Pfening (Supermax, Nadie nos mira) interpretan a dos jóvenes que se conocen a través de una app de citas para amantes de la comida. Podremos ver también a Greta Fernández (La hija de un ladrón, Elisa y Marcela), Natalia de Molina (Vivir es fácil con los ojos cerrados, Quién te cantará), Yolanda Ramos (Paquita Salas, Benvinguts a la família), Nausicaa Bonnín (Sé quién eres, Servir y proteger), Eloi Costa (Pieles) o el chef Ferran Adrià.

                        Escrita y dirigida por Isabel Coixet (Mi vida sin mí, La librería). Ocho episodios.

                        Estreno: 4 de diciembre






                        The Moodys (FOX)

                        The Moodys FOX

                        Adaptación de la comedia australiana que nos mostrará las distintas reuniones de la familia Moody a lo largo del año, esta vez en Navidad. Protagonizada por Denis Leary (Rescue Me, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll), Elizabeth Perkins (Weeds, Sharp Objects), Jay Baruchel (Man Seeking Woman, This Is The End), Chelsea Frei (Sideswiped, Victoria Gotti: My Father's Daughter) y François Arnaud (UnREAL; Midnight, Texas).

                        Escrita y producida por Rob Greenberg (Frasier, We Are Men), Bob Fisher (Sirens, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll) y Tad Quill (Scrubs, Angel from Hell). Seis episodios.

                        Estreno: 4 de diciembre







                        V Wars (Netflix)

                        V Wars Netflix

                        Adaptación de la saga de novelas de Jonathan Maberry en la que una epidemia mortal que convierte a la gente en depredadores enfrenta a la sociedad y también a un científico (Ian Somerhalder; The Vampire Diaries, Lost) y a su mejor amigo (Adrian Holmes; Arrow, Continuum), ahora líder de los vampiros, mientras se forja una guerra entre los dos bandos.

                        Completan el cast Jacky Lai (Beyond), Peter Outerbridge (Orphan Black, Nikita), Laura Vandervoort (Smallville, Bitten), Kyle Breitkopf (Being Human, Rusty Rivets) y Kimberly-Sue Murray (Killjoys).

                        Escrita por William Laurin y Glenn Davis, creadores de Missing y Aftermath. Diez episodios.

                        Estreno: 5 de diciembre






                        Reprisal (Hulu)

                        Reprisal Hulu

                        Tras haber sido dada por muerta, una implacable femme fatale (Abigail Spencer; Timeless, Rectify) planea su venganza contra una banda de fanáticos de los coches. Con Rodrigo Santoro (Westworld, Lost), Mena Massoud (Jack Ryan, Aladdin), Madison Davenport (Sharp Objects, From Dusk Till Dawn), Rhys Wakefield (True Detective, Home and Away), David Dastmalchian (MacGyver, Twin Peaks), W. Earl Brown (True Detective, I'm Dying Up Here), Gilbert Owuor (Goliath, Mute), Rory Cochrane (CSI Miami, Argo), Craig Tate (Snowfall, Aquarius), Wavyy Jonez (Unsolved, See You Yesterday), Shane Callahan (Outsiders, Under the Dome) y Lea DeLaria (Orange Is the New Black).

                        Creada, escrita y producida por Josh Corbin (StartUp). Diez episodios.

                        Estreno: 6 de diciembre







                        Días de Navidad (Netflix)

                        Días de Navidad Netflix

                        Miniserie que seguirá a Sofía, Esther, María y Valentina, cuatro hermanas unidas por un secreto, en tres etapas distintas de la vida pero siempre durante el día de Navidad en la casa familiar en la montaña. Protagonizada por Victoria Abril (Nadie hablará de nosotras cuando hayamos muerto, Kika), Verónica Forqué (Kika, Bajarse al moro), Ángela Molina (Carne trémula, Las cosas del querer), Elena Anaya (La piel que habito, Habitación en Roma), Verónica Echegui (Fortitude, Yo soy la Juani), Nerea Barros (La isla mínima, El Príncipe), Charo López (Secretos del corazón, Lo más natural), Susi Sánchez (La enfermedad del domingo, La piel que habito), Alicia Borrachero (Crematorio, Hospital central), Francesc Garrido (Sé quién eres, Gran reserva), Carla Tous, Anna Moliner (Cites, Tiempos de guerra), Miquel Fernández (Cites, Fariña), David Solans (Merlí, Bajo sospecha), Antonio Dechent (Sé quién eres, La peste), Gonzalo Cunill (La señora, Bandolera), Nausicaa Bonnín (Sé quién eres, Servir y proteger), Iván Morales (Gran hotel, El cor de la ciutat), Manel Barceló (Com si fos ahir, El cor de la ciutat), Carles Arquimbau (Com si fos ahir, Cuéntame cómo pasó), Julio Manrique (Isabel, Porca misèria), Sarah Perriez, Andreu Benito (Sé quién eres, Polseres vermelles), Carme Sansa (Nit i dia, Joc de dos), Berta Castañé (Com si fos ahir, Bajo sospecha), Mar Ayala (Com si fos ahir) y Mariona Pagés.

                        Creada y dirigida por Pau Freixas (Polseres vermelles, Sé quién eres). Tres episodios.

                        Estreno: 6 de diciembre







                        Triad Princess (Netflix)

                        Triad Princess Netflix

                        Angie (Eugenie Liu; The 9th Precinct, Behind Your Smile) ha crecido a la sobra de su padre, miembro de una tríada, pero decide desafiar sus deseos y empezar su propia vida trabajando como guardaespaldas encubierta de un actor famoso (Jasper Liu; Plant Goddess, When I See You Again).

                        Escrita y dirigida por Neal Wu (At Cafe 6). Seis episodios.

                        Estreno: 6 de diciembre







                        Virgin River (Netflix)

                        Virgin River Netflix

                        Adaptación de la serie de novelas románticas de Robyn Carr centrada en Melinda Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge; This Is Us, The Walking Dead), una mujer que contesta a un anuncio para trabajar como enfermera practicante en un remoto pueblo de California y así dejar atrás sus dolorosos recuerdos. Con Martin Henderson (Grey's Anatomy, The Ring), Tim Matheson (Hart of Dixie, The Good Fight), Annette O'Toole (Smallville, It), Jenny Cooper (Law & Order: True Crime, Open Heart), David Cubitt (Medium, Van Helsing), Lexa Doig (Continuum, Arrow), Daniel Gillies (The Originals, Saving Hope), Lauren Hammersley (Orphan Black, Mr. D), Benjamin Hollingsworth (Code Black, Cult), Ian Tracey (Continuum, Travelers) y Colin Lawrence (The Killing, Riverdale).

                        Escrita y producida por Sue Tenney (7th Heaven, Good Witch). Diez episodios.

                        Estreno: 6 de diciembre






                        Truth Be Told (Apple TV+)

                        Truth Be Told Apple TV+

                        Adaptación de la novela 'Are You Sleeping' de Kathleen Barber (2017), en la que una podcaster de true crimes (Octavia Spencer; The Help, Hidden Figures) investigará de nuevo el caso de un asesino en serie (Aaron Paul; Breaking Bad, The Path), incriminado por ella por matar al padre de dos gemelas idénticas (Lizzy Caplan; Masters of Sex, Castle Rock), quien ahora dice haber sido inculpado por un crimen que no cometió. Con Elizabeth Perkins (Weeds, Sharp Objects), Ron Cephas Jones (This Is Us, Luke Cage), Mekhi Phifer (ER, Frequency), Michael Beach (The 100, Third Watch), Tracie Thoms (Love, UnREAL), Haneefah Wood (One Day at a Time, Zoe Ever After), Tami Roman (Moonlight), Annabella Sciorra (The Sopranos, The Hand That Rocks the Craddle), Nic Bishop (Body of Proof, Snowfall), Molly Hagan (Jane the Virgin, iZombie), Rico E. Anderson (Hit the Floor), Everleigh McDonell (Good Girls), Billy Miller (Ringer, Ray Donovan), Brett Cullen (Devious Maids, Narcos), Hunter Doohan, Lyndon Smith (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Parenthood) y Katherine LaNasa (Imposters, Satisfaction).

                        Escrita por Nichelle Tramble Spellman (The Good Wife, Justified) y producida por Reese Witherspoon (Big Little Lies, The Morning Show). Diez episodios.

                        Estreno: 6 de diciembre






                        The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime)

                        The L Word: Generation Q Showtime

                        Continuación de la serie The L Word (2004-2009), que seguía las vidas personales y profesionales de un grupo de amigas lesbianas de Los Ángeles. Ahora, diez años después, conoceremos a un nuevo grupo de personajes LGBT que se suman a Bette (Jennifer Beals), Alice (Leisha Hailey) y Shane (Katherine Moennig). Con Arienne Mandi (In the Vault), Leo Sheng (Adam), Jacqueline Toboni (Grimm, Easy), Rosanny Zayas (Otherhood), Sepideh Moafi (The Deuce, Falling Water), Stephanie Allynne (One Mississippi), Brian Michael Smith (After, Queen Sugar) y Freddy Miyares (When They See Us).

                        Escrita, dirigida y producida por Marja-Lewis Ryan. Ocho episodios.

                        Estreno: 8 de diciembre







                        Work in Progress (Showtime)

                        Work in Progress Showtime

                        Comedia sobre una lesbiana gorda de cuarenta y cinco años de Chicago (Abby McEnany) cuya desgracia y desesperación la llevan a una relación amorosa intensamente transformadora. Completan el reparto Theo Germaine (The Politician), Karin Anglin, Celeste Pechous y Julia Sweeney (Saturday Night Live), que se interpretará a sí misma.

                        Creada por McEnany junto a Tim Mason y escrita y producida por Lilly Wachowski (Sense8, The Matrix). Ocho episodios

                        Estreno: 8 de diciembre






                        Traces (Alibi)

                        Traces Alibi

                        Una joven que aspira a ser ayudante de laboratorio (Molly Windsor; Three Girls, Cheat) descubre que el caso ficticio que está estudiando es muy parecido a uno de su pasado y tratará de llevar a un asesino frente a la justicia con la ayuda de dos investigadoras del SIFA -Scotish Institute of Forensic Science. Completan el reparto Laura Fraser (The Missing, Breaking Bad), Jennifer Spence (You Me Her, Travelers), Martin Compston (Line of Duty), Laurie Brett (EastEnders), Vincent Reagan (Delicious, The White Princess), Michael Nardone (Shetland, Silent Witness) y John Gordan Sinclair (Marple, Ill Behaviour).

                        Basada en la idea del novelista Val McDermid y escrita por Amelia Bullmore (Scott & Bailey, This Life). Seis episodios.

                        Estreno: 9 de diciembre







                        Sticks and Stones (ITV)

                        Sticks and Stones ITV

                        Thomas Benson (Ken Nwosu, Killing Eve) es un padre y marido trabajador que suele liderar los equipos con los que debe conseguir nuevos clientes. Cuando se queda en blanco durante una presentación y pierde el nuevo acuerdo, aunque hace todo lo posible para recuperar al cliente, comienza a sentirse atacado y menospreciado. ¿Ha perdido su confianza y está paranoico o realmente su equipo y el mundo entero se han vuelto en su contra? Completan el reparto Ben Miller (Johnny English, Death in Paradise), Alexandra Roach (Utopia, No Offence), Sean Sagar (Top Boy, Our Girl), Susannah Fielding (Black Mirror, The Great Indoors), Gwilym Lee (Jamestown, Bohemian Rhapsody), Phoebe Nicholls (Fortitude, The Elephant Man), Ritu Arya (Humans, Doctors), Michael Cochrane (Downton Abbey, The Iron Lady) y Debbie Chazen (Holby City).

                        Drama psicológico escrito por Mike Bartlett (Doctor Foster, Trauma) y dirigido por Julia Ford (Safe). Tres episodios.

                        Estreno: 16 de diciembre





                        Soundtrack (Netflix)

                        Soundtrack Netflix

                        Drama musical sobre las historias de amor que unen a varios personajes de Los Ángeles vistas a través de la música que les define. Con Jenna Dewan (Supergirl, Witches of East End), Madeleine Stowe (Revenge, Twelve Monkeys), Callie Hernandez (Graves, Too Old To Die Young), Paul James (Greek, The Path), Christina Milian (The Oath, Grandfathered), Jahmil French (Degrassi: The Next Generation, Let's Get Physical), Campbell Scott (Royal Pains, House of Cards), Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Broadchurch, Blindspot), Megan Ferguson (Grace and Frankie, Hart of Dixie) y Evan Whitten (The Resident, Mr. Robot).

                        Creada por Joshua Safran (Quantico) y escrita por Safran (Gossip Girl, Smash) y Korde Arrington Tuttle (Them: Covenant). Diez episodios.

                        Estreno: 18 de diciembre





                        A Christmas Carol (FX)

                        A Christmas Carol FX

                        Miniserie basada en la novela de Charles Dickens (1843) en la que Ebenezer Scrooge (Guy Pearce; Memento, Mildred Pierce), un hombre viejo y amargado que odia la Navidad, recibe la visita de tres fantasmas que le muestran su pasado (Charlotte Riley; Peaky Blinders, Trust), su presente (Andy Serkis; The Lord of the Rings) y su futuro (Jason Flemyng; The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen). Con Tom Hardy (Taboo, Peaky Blinders), Stephen Graham (Taboo, This Is England), Joe Alwyn (Boy Erased, The Favourite), Vinette Robinson (Sherlock, The A Word), Kayvan Novak (What We Do in the Shadows), Lenny Rush (Apple Tree House) y Johnny Harris (Fortitude, This Is England).

                        Escrita por Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders, Taboo), dirigida por Nick Murphy (Save Me, Prey) y producida por Ridley Scott (The Good Wife, The Terror) y Tom Hardy (Taboo, Venom). Tres episodios.

                        Estreno: 19 de diciembre







                        The Witcher (Netflix)

                        The Witcher Netflix


                        Adaptación de la serie de novelas de Andrzej Sapkowski en las que se basan los videojuegos del mismo nombre. En ella, el brujo Geralt de Rivia (Henry Cavill; Man of Steel, Justice League), un cazador de monstruos modificado genéticamente, busca su lugar en un mundo violento en el que los humanos le temen o le desprecian. Con Freya Allan (War of the Worlds, Into the Badlands), Anya Chalotra (Wanderlust, The ABC Murders), Jodhi May (Game of Thrones, Genius), Björn Hlynur Haraldsson (Fortitude), Adam Levy (Knightfall, Snatch), MyAnna Buring (Ripper Street, Kill List), Mimi Ndiweni (Black Earth Rising), Therica Wilson-Read (Profile), Millie Brady (The Last Kingdom, Teen Spirit), Eamon Farren (Twin Peaks), Joey Batey (Knightfall, The White Queen), Lars Mikkelsen (House of Cards, Borgen), Royce Pierreson (Line of Duty, Murdered by My Boyfriend), Maciej Musial (1983), Wilson Radjou-Pujalte (Hunter Street), Anna Shaffer (Harry Potter, Hollyoaks), Rebecca Benson (The White Princess), Shane Attwooll (The Bastard Executioner), Luke Neal (Gunpowder), Matthew Neal (Gunpowder), Tobi Bamtefa (Tin Star), Sonny Serkis (The White Queen, The Casual Vacancy), Roderick Hill (Longmire, The Newsroom), Inge Beckmann (Troy: Fall of a City), Charlotte O'Leary, Natasha Culzac, Amit Shah (Jekyll & Hyde, The Hundred Foot Journey), Tom Canton (Death Comes to Pemberley) y Colette Tchantcho (The Witcher).


                        Escrita por Lauren S. Hissrich (The Defender, The West Wing). Ocho episodios. Ya está renovada por una segunda temporada.

                        Estreno: 20 de diciembre







                        The Gift (Netflix)

                        La vida perfecta de una joven pintora de Estambul (Beren Saat, Fatmagul) cambia completamente cuando conoce a un arqueólogo (Mehmet Günsür, Muhtesem Yüzyil) que descubre una relación entre ella y el templo más antiguo jamás descubierto.

                        Escrita por Sengül Boybas, Fatih Unal y Jason George (Scandal, Ingobernable). Ocho episodios. Ya está renovada por una segunda temporada.

                        Estreno: 27 de diciembre







                        Dare Me (USA Network)

                        Dare Me USA Network

                        Adaptación de la novela de Megan Abbott (2012) que explora los celos, la lealtad, el miedo y las dinámicas de poder entre dos mejores amigas y animadoras de instituto de un pequeño pueblo del Medio Oeste, Addy (Herizen Guardiola, The Get Down) y Beth (Mario Kelly, Patricia Moore), tras la llegada de la nueva entrenadora (Willa Fitzgerald, Scream). Con Rob Heaps (Imposters), Zach Roerig (The Vampire Diaries), Paul Fitzgerald (Younger, Veep), Joyful Drake (Let's Stay Together), Tammy Blanchard (Tallulah, Into the Woods), Antonio J. Bell (Greenleaf), Alison Thornton (Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, Dirk Gently), Tamberla Perry (Bosch, How to Get Away with Murder), Chris Zylka (The Leftovers, Twisted) y Taveeta Syzmanowicz (The Next Step).

                        Escrita y producida por Abbott. Ocho episodios.

                        Estreno: 29 de diciembre






                        El vecino (Netflix)

                        El vecino Netflix

                        Basada en el cómic homónimo de Santiago García y Pepo Pérez, nos habla de Javier (Quim Gutiérrez; Azuloscurocasinegro, Ventajas de viajar en tren), un joven en un momento difícil tanto personal como profesional que recibe los superpoderes de un extraterrestre que muere al caerle encima (Jorge Sanz; Si te dicen que caí¿Qué fue de Jorge Sanz?). Tendrá la ayuda de su vecino (Adrián Pino, Malviviendo) incluso para esconder su nueva identidad ante su novia periodista (Clara Lago; El viaje de Carol, La cara oculta). Con Catalina Sopelana (Quién te cantará, Matadero) y Sergio Momo (Zona hostil).

                        Creada por Miguel Esteban (El fin de la comedia, Museo Coconut) y Raúl Navarro (El fin de la comedia, El intermedio), escrita por Carlos de Pando (El ministerio del tiempo, 7 Vidas) y Sara Antuña (La víctima número 8, Los hombres de Paco) y dirigida por Nacho Vigalondo (Colossal, Open Windows).

                        Estreno: 31 de diciembre




                                  

                        November 30, 2019: tit willow

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                        great night out with Lucy at the english national opera, watching 'the mikado'

                        i used to loathe Gilbert and Sullivan after )D'ing on it as a kid watching it in local theatres but this performance was wonderful

                        i shot the poster / cover art, you know?
                         




                                  

                        Suite Talk: Scott Gilbert, owner of Black Bridge Motors

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                        The company is teaming with Norwalk's public school system on vocational training.

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                        Les Psaumes dans la culture huguenote. Usages militants, XVIe-XVIIIe siècle 

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                        Laboratoire d’étude des monothéismes (UMR 8584, CNRS-EPHE-PSL)        Faculté de théologie protestante de Strasbourg (EA 4378) Institut protestant de théologie, Faculté de Montpellier    Journée d’étude organisée par Chrystel Bernat, Gilbert Dahan et Annie Noblesse-Rocher, École pratique des hautes études, 19 décembre 2019, 9h à 17h Programme en PDF
                                  

                        CANON 1023 UFRII 64BIT DRIVER DOWNLOAD

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                        Museo El Rehilete sede  de Noche de Estrellas

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                        Museo El Rehilete sede   de Noche de Estrellas

                        Hoy, a partir de las 14:00 horas, el Museo El Rehilete será sede del encuentro Noche de Estrellas, con la finalidad de que los asistentes conozcan de cerca la ciencia de la astronomía, como son planetas, constelaciones, nebulosas, estrellas y los misterios que el espacio esconde.

                        Al respecto, Gilberto Morales Fuentes, presidente de la Sociedad Astronómica del Estado de Hidalgo, afirmó que el objetivo es fomentar entre niños y jóvenes el saber, y para que los participantes obtengan una interpretación meramente científica de los sucesos del espacio. 

                        Explicó que el estudio de esta asignatura en México surgió a través de un esfuerzo de muchas naciones, asentado en el país por medio de la embajada de Francia, y recibido de grata manera por diferentes cuerpos colegiados y entidades de ciencia.  

                        Al respecto Sandra Calvo Valderrama, directora operativa del Museo El Rehilete, comentó que el encuentro científico surge de la colaboración con la Sociedad Astronómica del Estado de Hidalgo, en donde este año se celebra la décimo primera edición del mencionado acontecimiento. 

                        El evento será gratuito y tendrá diversas actividades lúdicas infantiles relacionadas con la astronomía para desarrollar el conocimiento de las ciencias, así mismo se contará con alrededor de 20 telescopios en donde especialistas instruirán a los presentes en el uso correcto de los aparatos científicos.


                                  

                        ‘STAND ALONE’ VENTILATION SOLUTION OPTIMISES OFFSITE CAPABIITIES

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                        As offsite construction growth outstrips traditional methods, Gilberts has introduced a solution that simplifies incorporation of building services.The company’s MFS (Mistrale Fusion) provides a stand-alone unit, requiring no ductwork or plant, to ensure a comfortable ambient environment within each space- in air quality AND air temperature.It means one MFS delivers ventilation, cooling and heating as […]
                                  

                        Vertiginous, Theo d’Erah top Premier semi-finals

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                        Theo d’Erah (no.3) wins the class Premier semi-final. Photo: Mike Orland

                        Vertiginous and Theo d’Erah won yesterday’s major events at the Marsa Racetrack. These were semi-final races from the Prix Ile De France championship for French trotters registered in class Premier and formed part of the 58th meeting of the season made up of  ten races. From the two class Premier semi-finals, 12 trotters, made it for the final stage. As expected, in the first semi-final, favourite Vertiginous (Charles Camilleri) took the lead after the official start of the race and led all the way. This French ten-year-old trotter sealed its second consecutive win from Up And Go (Noel Baldacchino), Axel Tilly (Rodney Gatt) and Vakato (Chris Grech). Vichenko Chef (Clifferty Calleja) and Ultimate Love (Paul Galea) also obtained a good placing. Vertiginous clocked an impressive average time of 1.13.6” . There was a keen duel between Theo d’Erah (Carl Caruana) and Ulysse Du Bouchet (Paul Galea) in the final straight of the second class Premier semi-final. It was the former which gained its second consecutive win with Victomte d’Havane (Kurt Saliba), Alf De Melandre (Rodney Gatt), Amigo Turgot (Salvu Vella) and Tsunami (Gilbert Farrugia) following home in that order. In the first...
                                  

                        Jetzt zum berufsbegleitenden MBA Gesundheitsmanagement der Exzellenzuniversität Hamburg informieren

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                        Für die Karriere im Gesundheitswesen medizinisches mit ökonomischem Fachwissen verbinden – Universität Hamburg lädt zur Online-Infoveranstaltung am 5.12.2019 um 18 Uhr ein Das Management in Institutionen des Gesundheitswesens steht heute vor völlig neuen Herausforderungen: um für Führungs- und Managementaufgaben gut positioniert zu sein, sind fundierte Betriebswirtschafts- und Managementkenntnisse erforderlich. Der berufsbegleitende MBA Gesundheitsmanagement wendet sich an Hochschulabsolventinnen und -absolventen, die in Einrichtungen, Behörden und Unternehmen des Gesundheits- und Sozialbereiches beschäftigt sind und sich für Leitungspositionen qualifizieren möchten, sowie an Ärztinnen und Ärzte. Vermittelt werden grundlegende Kenntnisse in den Bereichen Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Recht und Personalführung sowie Know-how für das strategische und operative Management. „Der MBA Gesundheitsmanagement überzeugt durch eine wissenschaftlich fundierte Lehre auf Universitätsniveau, in der aktuelle Forschungsergebnisse und praktisch relevante Inhalte gleichermaßen zur Geltung kommen. Als akkreditierter Studiengang einer Exzellenzuniversität bereitet der MBA die Teilnehmenden auf die Übernahme von Führungspositionen im Gesundheitsbereich vor und ist ein Erfolgsfaktor für die Verbesserung zukünftiger Berufschancen“, so Programmleiter Prof. Dr. Dirk Ulrich Gilbert. Die Universität Hamburg bietet den MBA Gesundheitsmanagement im Rahmen eines Wochenend-Studiums an. Die Seminarwochenenden finden in einem Zeitraum von 1,5 Jahren statt, im Anschluss daran wird dann die Masterarbeit geschrieben. Bewerbungsschluss ist der 15. Januar 2020, das erste Seminarwochenende findet am 20./21. März 2020 statt. Interessentinnen und Interessenten sind herzlich zur Online-Infoveranstaltung am Donnerstag, dem 05.12.2019, um 18 Uhr eingeladen. (Vorherige Anmeldung erforderlich!) Alle Informationen zum Studiengang: https://www.zfw.uni-hamburg.de/weiterbildung/gesundheit-psychologie-kriminologie/gesundheitsmanagement.html Weitere Informationen und Anmeldung zu Online-Infoveranstaltung Nicole Schmidt Universität Hamburg, Zentrum für Weiterbildung Schlüterstraße 51, 20146 Hamburg Tel.: +49 40 42838-9701 /-7464 Fax: +49 40 42838-9720 Email: nicole.schmidt@uni-hamburg.de Pressekontakt Magdalene Asbeck Universität Hamburg, Zentrum für Weiterbildung Schlüterstr. 51, 20146 Hamburg Tel.: +49 40 42838-9711 /-9700 Fax: +49 40 42838-9720 magdalene.asbeck@uni-hamburg.de Das Zentrum für Weiterbildung der Universität Hamburg Das Zentrum für Weiterbildung (ZFW) wurde am 01.05.2017 gegründet als zentrale Einrichtung der Universität Hamburg für die berufliche Weiterbildung und das lebenslange Lernen. Das ZFW führt die Expertise und langjährige Erfahrung der Vorgängereinrichtungen Arbeitsstelle für wissenschaftliche Weiterbildung der Universität Hamburg und Institut für Weiterbildung e. V. an der Fakultät für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften zusammen und bündelt die vorhandenen Kompetenzen zum Ausbau von forschungs- und nachfrageorientierten Angeboten der Weiterbildung. Das ZFW entwickelt Weiterbildungsangebote in Kooperation mit Fakultäten und Fachbereichen der Universität Hamburg, Partner-Hochschulen, Berufs- und Fachverbänden, Unternehmen und anderen Einrichtungen. Kennzeichnend für das ZFW sind die wissenschaftliche Kompetenz, die Forschungsnähe des Weiterbildungsangebotes, die Qualität der Lehre und der Praxisbezug. Mit dem Zentrum für Weiterbildung positioniert sich die Universität Hamburg als führende Anbieterin wissenschaftlicher Weiterbildung im norddeutschen Raum. Das vollständige Angebot des ZFW finden Sie im Internet unter: www.zfw.uni-hamburg.de
                                  

                        Annales de Bretagne et des pays de l’Ouest -Numéro 2019/3 - n° 126-3 - Varia

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                        Page 7 à 19 : Antoine Brix - Note sur la vitesse d’écriture d’un vieux scribe breton du xv e siècle | Page 21 à 48 : Brice Rabot - Apports et limites de la série comptable à la connaissance de la châtellenie de Saffré au xv e siècle | Page 49 à 75 : Gaëlle Dieulefet, Brad Loewen - Sur la route des pêcheurs malouins : témoins céramiques des échanges entre la Méditerranée et l’Atlantique aux xvii e et xviii e siècles | Page 78 à 99 : Gilbert Buti - L'enquête de 1665 sur le littoral provençal : un état des lieux pour l’État royal | Page 101 à 116 : Bernard Michon, David Plouviez - Les enquêtes littorales comme indicateur des existences portuaires | Page 117 à 160 : Daniel Giraudon - La mort de trois prêtres en Trégor au xviii e siècle | Page 161 à 199 : Catherine Malaval - Jean Le Berre, architecte urbaniste météore | Page 201 à 202 : Patrick Galliou - La Villa des Alleux à Taden. Lectures archéologique et architecturale d’un établissement rural de la cité des Coriosolites | Page 203 à 207 : Sébastien Legros - L’écrit monastique dans l’espace ligérien ( x e - xiii e siècle). Singularit és, interférences et transferts documentaires | Page 207 à 209 : Frédérique Laget - Les ports maritimes de la France atlantique ( xi e - xv e  siècle). Volume I : Tableau géohistorique | Page 209 à 212 : Isabelle Guégan - Guérisseurs et sorciers bretons au banc des accusés. Finistère, 1800-1950 | Page 212 à 215 : Sylvain Bordiec - Une solidarité en miettes. Socio-histoire de l’aide alimentaire des années 1930 à nos jours | Page 215 à 217 : Isabelle Guégan - 50 ans de peinture | Page 217 à 220 : Jean-Claude Meuret - Rennes, les vies d’une ville.
                                  

                        Emergency Veterinarian in Gilbert, AZ | AVECCC

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                        Gilbert, Arizona, Arizona Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Center in Gilbert, AZ is seeking an experienced Emergency Veterinarian to join their growing team! AVECCC is looking for individuals who are focused on qu
                                  

                        Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday December 1st, 2019

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                        Domain Shane Domain Shane: I think it’s ridiculous how many unused/dead Twitter and Instagram accounts there are sitting useless. Twitter talked about putting some back into circulation but are holding back until they have a way to make sure history isn’t erased for families or people that want to keep it. I get the inactive accounts but what about the accounts with less than 5 posts and no posts in the last 5. That’s a never used account and that needs to go back in the pool. What kind of history would you be erasing? There are tens of thousands of fantastic handles that are just sitting there with zero to less than 10 posts.. So old that even the original owners don’t remember them anymore.
                        I spend countless hours trying to track down the owners of these names. I need them to match my domains. Every once in a while I’ll find the owner and 95% of them forgot they even had the account. There has to be something set up for accounts never used to be available. Even auction them. What possibly could it hurt to have handles transfer? I really don’t see why they can’t officially be sold. They are by the hundreds a day. And many for a lot of money. Some even five figures. The best way to regulate it is to allow it.

                        Quote of the Day: “When we ask for advice, we are usually looking for an accomplice.” — Marquis de la Grange
                        Domain of the Day: 8034.com The oh so rare at auction NNNN.com.
                        Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction
                        DGDN.com Two strong LLLL.coms to start off the list. I see Uniregistry liking these two names as well.
                        SNDD.com Another one here
                        Racemaster.com Met reserve. My kind of name. Great name for a running product
                        Caballa.com Sounds like a nice brand but also means “mackerel” in Spanish
                        PS.org No Reserve name and could hit $20K …didn’t say it would. Said it COULD
                        WantARoom.com No reserve name would make a good hotel room booking site
                        PaperBottle.com Because its a thing. Never seen one but that’s not important
                        LiveWager.com This is my favorite name in the whole Sedo iGaming auction. I think the reserve is fair and a fantastic gambling brand
                        StopStruggling.com Nice “get rick quick” marketing name. No bids. 18 years old
                        GoatBlower.com Reminds me of this
                        So a man walks into a bar, and sits down. He starts a conversation with an old guy next to him. The old guy has obviously had a few. He says to the man:
                        “You see that dock out there? Built it myself, hand crafted each piece, and it’s the best dock in town! But do they call me “McGregor the dock builder”? No! And you see that bridge over there? I built that, took me two months, through rain, sleet and scoarching weather, but do they call me “McGregor the bridge builder”? No! And you see that pier over there, I built that, best pier in the county! But do they call me “McGregor the pier builder”? No!”
                        The old guy looks around, and makes sure that nobody is listening, and leans to the man, and he says:
                        “but you blow one goat…”
                        Godaddy Domains With Bids
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                        MyGuru.com Top number of bids on the Godaddy board today. My names continue to do well
                        VeganBaker.com I actually thought this one would go much higher than it is. It’s just such a hot category.
                        WannaTravel.com To me it sounds more like a marketing name than a brand
                        Revv.com Other than the NNNN this is the highest priced name today. I liked it but had no idea it would get to this price
                        IDMD.com I feel like this is what I type in when I mean to go to IMDB
                        Cheese.net My favorite dot net in a long while
                        CreditStart.com Credit building name all the way
                        EyeRenew.com I know I can use a little eye renewal
                        StoneHomes.com The best of the 3 little piggy builders
                        AddictionTreatments.com I can see this being the name of a business and not just an answer page
                        RMRA.com Great letters. A for association
                        Yom.org 22 years old
                        XClient.com X in front or at the X has served investors well over the years
                        RiverLoft.com Dozens of places called this but only one can have the name
                        PayLater.net It’s a dot net but most people LOVE the thought of paying you later

                        Godaddy Names With One of No Bids
                        uJudge.com
                        SuperMiles.com
                        DailyGrab.com
                        CreateYourJourney.com
                        HempFox.com
                        The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

                        14244.com Acquaementa.com AllCamp.com Almazi.com Arastiralim.net Atu2Blog.com BestWesternDallas.net BitQuest.co BlackArrows.com BlockSports.com BloonsTowerDefense5game.com Cafe-Flamingo.com CincinnatiUsa.org ClimateChangeTaskForce.org Coyar.org CreditCardDebt2010.com Cremisan.org CyberSurvey.com Demented.org DentalImplantsHouston.com Disfit.com Download-Audio.com Dunne-Group.com EasyFreeFollowers.com edsbearings.com EnchantedManorInn.com EngAmerica.com FashCo.com FranklinHampshirereB.org Funxite.com GilbertLab.com Gryplanszowe.net Guitariano.com HarvestRestaurant.com HGUH.com HurdTheWordMusic.com Icdsc.org InstituteForSafeFamilies.org Insure365.com Joe-Goddard.com JogosDeFutebol.com JourneyFit.com LeadGenerationService.com Mantid.com MichiganWomen.org MindSpice.com MobileShelving.com NeckExercises.com NewportBusinessAssociation.com Nssio.org OilRx.com PaxPro.com Politifax.com PropView.com Proteus-Technologies.com PZJV.com QGVQ.com QKWQ.com ResourceTeam.com SeeArtOrlando.com SelfStyler.com SentAnce.com SRGDDental.org Shodha.com SocialScienceQuarterly.org StilettoSetSports.com TangoCity.com TechnoCrab.com The24thStreetWailers.com TheBayouGardener.com TheraPhi.com TPWM.com TravelWithJoshCohen.com TropicalBirdsForum.com UGACostaRica.org VHQU.com WizardWonderland.com WorldGreen.org YedoGibson.com Zenbership.com ZVJG.com
                        Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good.
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                        Más de 590 artículos han sido publicados gracias al trabajo de 420 autores UNSAAC RECIBE PREMIO A LA EXCELENCIA OTORGADO POR LA EDITORIAL CIENTÍFICA ELSEVIER Y EL CONCYTEC

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                        Más de 590 artículos han sido publicados gracias al trabajo de 420 autores                                                                                UNSAAC RECIBE PREMIO A LA EXCELENCIA OTORGADO POR LA EDITORIAL CIENTÍFICA ELSEVIER Y EL CONCYTEC

                        El pasado 20 de noviembre en las instalaciones de la Casa del Moral de Arequipa se realizó la ceremonia del Premio Excelencia Perú – Centro – Sur ELSEVIER, donde se homenajeó a autoridades, instituciones y revistas, de acuerdo con el desempeño en las métricas de las herramientas Scopus y SciVal.

                        El acto protocolar se realizó cumpliéndose la agenda prevista por Elsevier, que, junto al Consejo Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Tecnológica CONCYTEC, reconocieron el valioso trabajo que realizan los investigadores entregaron 05 galardones a la UNSAAC.

                        A nombre de la Universidad Nacional de San Antonio Abad del Cusco, el Premio Excelencia Elsevier lo recibió el Vicerrector de Investigación doctor Gilbert Alagón Huallpa, quien, emocionado, agradeció a los investigadores antonianos por contribuir al crecimiento indiscutible del primer y más grande centro de estudios superiores de la Región Cusco en los campos de la investigación.

                        La UNSAAC, fue la institución con mayor número de citaciones en Scopus, originaria de un colegio seminario eclesiástico del siglo 16, con 10 facultades, 45 Escuelas Profesionales, 36 departamentos académicos, y más de 420 autores y 595 artículos publicados en la base Scopus.

                        En la categoría Ciencias Agrícolas fue distinguido el director y curador del Museo de Biodiversidad del Perú, presidente de la Asociación Herpetológica del Perú e investigador del Museo de Historia Natural de la Universidad Nacional de San Antonio Abad del Cusco UNSAAC, autor de 42 publicaciones científicas, publicadas en revistas internacionales indexadas, Juan Carlos Chaparro Auza.

                        La categoría ciencias naturales reconoció al biólogo de la UNSAAC y coordinador del proyecto para Entender el Balance de Carbono de los Bosques Amazónicos en la Reserva Nacional de Tambopata Madre de Dios, para la Universidad de Oxford y Universidad de Leeds, Dr. Filio Farfán Amézquita.

                        También, el premio Excelencia en la categoría Investigador con mayor impacto en Tópicos de Alta Prominencia fue para de Dr. Filio Farfán Amézquita, mientras que la categoría Investigadora Destacada del área de Ciencias Naturales fue para la Dra. Nadir Carolina Pallqui Camacho.

                        Cabe resaltar, que los ganadores fueron identificados luego de una rigurosa evaluación de un conjunto de métricas que consideran el periodo del 2014 al 2018, incluyendo la cantidad de publicaciones internacionales revisadas por pares, cantidad de citaciones por artículo, FWCI e índice H conforme a la base Scopus de Elsevier. Adicionalmente se ha considerado que estén publicando actualmente con filiación a instituciones peruanas.

                        El Premio Excelencia Elsevier Perú es realizado desde el 2017 y tiene el objetivo de reconocer la producción científica de investigadores peruanos en diversas áreas del conocimiento. Esta iniciativa se alineó con los objetivos de CONCYTEC para estimular la producción científica.

                         

                        “YACHAYNINCHIS WIÑARINANPAQ”

                        Una de las fortalezas de la UNSAAC es la investigación científica que desarrollan sus docentes, estudiantes y egresados. El Vicerrectorado de Investigación a través del programa “Yachayninchis Wiñarinanpaq”, que traducido al español quiere decir, “Para que nuestro conocimiento crezca”, promueve y financia completamente la ejecución de proyectos de tesis de pre y posgrado, mediante concursos públicos.

                        Los proyectos presentados por los postulantes son evaluados por un selecto grupo de investigadores de talla nacional. Los ganadores acceden a un financiamiento cuyo monto puede ascender hasta los 12 mil soles para pregrado o profesionalización, 20 mil soles para maestrías y 30 mil soles para estudios de doctorado.

                        El Vicerrector de Investigación de la UNSAAC, Doctor Gilbert Alagón Huallpa, refierió que gracias a programas como este, la primera Casa de Estudios Superior del Cusco, incrementó la cantidad de publicaciones científicas propias: “Ahora publicamos más a partir de la masa crítica de investigadores que tenemos en nuestra universidad”, expresó el vicerrector.

                        Fue enfático también al señalar que desde esta gestión se generaron condiciones para propiciar investigaciones netamente antonianas: “Ahora estamos cambiando a efectos de tener una producción científica propia, artículos publicados en revistas indexadas de alto impacto, a partir de las acciones que se desarrollan en nuestra universidad y en nuestros centros de investigación”, afirmó Alagón Huallpa.

                        Cabe destacar, que el programa de postulaciones “Yachayninchis Wiñarinanpaq” se dedica al fomento de la investigación científica en la UNSAAC de manera integral, por eso en el presente año académico se llamaron a seis convocatorias para financiar pasantías nacionales e internacionales, asistencia y organización de eventos científicos y estímulo a los que publican artículos en revistas indexadas.


                                  

                        12/03/2019 - Gilbert Chapter

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                        Night Supervisor - Wawa - Gilbertsville, PA

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                        The Night Supervisor is responsible for the complete operations of the store when a more senior level manager is not present.
                        From Wawa - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 11:05:19 GMT - View all Gilbertsville, PA jobs
                                  

                        Customer Service Associate - Wawa - Gilbertsville, PA

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                        Represent the Wawa brand by exemplifying Wawa Core Values. Adhere to all Wawa safety standards. Follow all Wawa safety and security initiatives.
                        From Wawa - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 11:05:18 GMT - View all Gilbertsville, PA jobs
                                  

                        Cincinati Gilbert Horizontal Boring Mill For Sale

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                        Allen, Sandra I. (Smith)

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                        Rehearsing the Heart's Delight-Islington Christmas Carols (and some archival audio).

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                        We've been doing some work to document and share the two traditional Christmas carols that were traditionally sung by men door-to-door on Christmas Eve in the community of Heart's Delight-Islington. The group above will be performing at The Rooms as part of the the afternoon Coffee and Culture session on December 12th.

                        We have a couple archival recordings of the carols, none of which are of exceptional audio quality, but they will give you an idea of the tune.

                        First up are two recordings from an audio tape entitled "Ht's. Delight-Is. Carolers 1970-1971" from the collection of Edwin Bishop.   Edwin writes,

                        "As far as I can recall I recorded it myself at my sister's house (Harry and Elva Morgan) on Northeast Side. I can’t recall most of the names but pretty sure Lewis Legge or Clayton Reid was the leader. My brother James and Jim Reid, Hedley Fost and Gilbert were most likely there."

                        Download version one as MP3
                        Download version two as MP3





                        Next up, in this recording, Joe Crocker, Jim Reid, Fred Fost of Heart's Delight-Islington sing the carols. Recorded early 1980s. Thanks to Shirley Crocker Rockwood for the copy of the recording.
                        Download the MP3 here








                                  

                        How to Watch the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting

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                        Rockefeller Christmas Tree Lighting | Photo Credits: Gilbert Carrasquillo, FilmMagic

                        It's official, Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas" is blasting in AirPods all across America, which means the holiday season has officially begun. But there's nothing quite like the Rockefeller tree lighting to really spark that Christmas spirit. In case you can't make it out to New York City

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                        Gilbert Rozon subira son procès devant juge seul

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                        PAMELA K. GILBERT. Victorian Skin: Surface, Self, History

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                        On December 1 ~ in Music History

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                        2019 Christmas Countdown: Sleigh Ride • 1707 ~ Jeremiah Clarke, composer, died • 1709 ~ Franz Xaver Richter, Austro-Moravian singer, violinist, composer, conductor and music theoretician • 1879 ~ Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta, H.M.S. Pinafore, opened. Arthur Sullivan conducted the orchestra while William Gilbert played the role of a sailor in the chorus and in the Queen’s […]
                                  

                        Retirement Communities in Arizona

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                        Explore Retirement Communities in Arizona Active adult retirement communities in Arizona are the perfect choice for those who want to remain physically fit and socially active while enjoying the best of resort-style living.  Between 2010 and mid-2018, Arizona’s population grew by 12.2 and retirement was the reason for the relocation cited by 37 of the Arizona newcomers. The most obvious reason to retire in Arizona is the beautiful climate, especially in the Phoenix metro area with over 330 days of warm weather and sunshine per year. The Phoenix area also offers professional sports, boating, golfing, hiking, biking, sightseeing, fishing, and countless attractions such as the Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix Zoo, Piestewa Peak, Montezuma Castle, Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Chase Field, and South Mountain Park, just to name a few. Baseball fans can enjoy Major League Baseball’s “cactus league” spring training for 15 teams in cities such as Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, and others.  And golf lovers can choose from over 200 courses ranked number two behind Florida by Golf.com for “golfiness” (a measure of the quantity and quality of courses). The Phoenix metro area’s Southeast Valley is home to several premier retirement communities in Arizona with golf course offering a vast selection of beautiful homes and resort-style amenities.  If you are currently in the market for retirement communities in Arizona real estate, the master-planned community of Sun Lakes deserves consideration. From cozy, villa-style residences on the golf course to gorgeous single-family homes with casitas designed for entertaining, you’re certain to find the perfect home for your lifestyle and needs One of The Best Retirement Communities in Arizona with Golf Course - Sun Lakes  The fabulous community of Sun Lakes for active adults offers world-class resort-style amenities and endless opportunities for residents to stay active and engaged. Sun Lakes is comprised of 5 distinct country club communities within the master-plan, which include Sun Lakes 1 (original community), Palo Verde (gated), Cottonwood, Ironwood (gated), and Oakwood (gated),  each with its own clubhouse/activities center and golf course.  Homebuyers will find a wide range of residential choices in Sun Lakes from cozy villas on and off the golf course to stand-alone single-family homes in a variety of sizes and prices, ranging from the low 200Ks to the 700Ks. With five golf courses, heated community pools, tennis courts, health clubs, arts & crafts centers, whirlpools, billiards, driving ranges, restaurants & cafes, stocked fishing lakes, miles of walking paths, dozens of clubs, planned events, a full-time activities director and more, Sun Lakes has something for everyone.   On our easy-to-use website, you’ll be able to search the MLS for the most accurate and up-to-date listings for retirement communities in Arizona real estate in Sun Lakes. You can save your search, create a free account and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email.  Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about retirement communities in Arizona and current market trends: Search Retirement Communities in Arizona Real Estate in Sun Lakes by Price All Listings $100,000 - $200,000 $200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000 $500,000 - $600,000 $700,000 - $800,000     Search All Sun Lakes homes for sale  If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about any of the above listings for homes for sale in Sun Lakes, please contact top retirement communities in Arizona REALTOR® - Cathy Carter today.    Retirement Communities in Arizona Real Estate in Sun Lakes & Current Market Trends The master-planned retirement community of Sun Lakes is located just minutes from the amenities of neighboring Chandler featuring the upscale Chandler Fashion Center mall, major employers within the Price Road Corridor, and Chandler’s vibrant and historic downtown. Shopping plazas, restaurants, a community college campus, a public library, health care providers, and access to major routes can all be found within minutes from home. The closest major airport is Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport located about 21 miles from Sun Lakes. With Sun Lakes home values and home prices on the rise, now is the perfect time to buy and take advantage of still-affordable homes. Just over the past year, home values in Sun Lakes went up 3.7 and real estate industry experts predict they will rise another 2.7 within the next year. Buyers who search Sun Lakes homes for sale will find the median price of currently listed homes in the community is around $339,000. As a top Southeast Valley REALTOR®, Cathy Carter stays on top of the local market at all times and is the first to know when new inventory becomes available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the best retirement communities in Arizona real estate and securing an offer.  Partner With The Best Retirement Communities in Arizona REALTOR® - Cathy Carter  Serving Southeast Valley real estate buyers and sellers since 1997, Cathy Carter believes in maintaining close relationships with her client-family, knowing that any successful business takes care of people first. Cathy's knowledge, dedication, and experience in the local market will exceed your buying, selling or relocation expectations Known throughout the industry for her exemplary service and local expertise, Cathy goes above and beyond for every buyer and seller. As your personal agent, she will protect your interests, advocate for you, and do whatever is necessary to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. To find out more about Sun Lakes real estate or about other top retirement communities in Arizona, please call Cathy Carter today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here   CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578 CATHY CARTER WWW.REALESTATECHANDLER.COM SEARCH FOR YOUR DREAM HOME TODAY CLICK HERE EMAIL ME 480-459-8488 DIRECT     
                                  

                        Luxury Homes For Sale In Queen Creek

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                        Luxury Homes For Sale In Queen Creek Queen Creek, Arizona offers the comforts of suburban living along with easy access to the urban amenities of a major metropolis. With scenic natural beauty at every turn, an abundance of beautiful neighborhoods and communities, an excellent school system and close proximity to major employment and cultural hubs, Queen Creek has a lot to offer. Buyers in the market for luxury homes for sale In Queen Creek will find an impressive selection of properties to choose from. Whether you’re interested in upscale single-family homes in private gated subdivisions, equestrian properties with plenty of room to roam, homes in exclusive golf course communities or sprawling luxury estates with breathtaking views, you’re certain to find luxury real estate in Queen Creek ideally suited to your lifestyle, preferences, and needs. In order to navigate the local market, buyers will want to partner with a luxury home specialist who can help them find the perfect home and secure an offer. Cathy Carter is a top luxury REALTOR® in Queen Creek with over two decades of local experience. Cathy’s professional and friendly demeanor along with her expertise in the Queen Creek luxury market will give you the assurance you need for making the best home purchase decision. Get started on finding your dream home today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here  On our easy-to-use website, you’ll be able to search the MLS for the most accurate, up-to-date listings for luxury homes for sale in Queen Creek. You can save your search, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about luxury real estate in Queen Creek, current market trends, and living in this Phoenix  East Valley community:  Search Luxury Homes For Sale In Queen Creek  If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like additional information about any of the above listings for luxury homes for sale in Queen Creek, please contact the highest-rated luxury REALTOR® in Queen Creek -  Cathy Carter. More About Luxury Real Estate in Queen Creek   Over the past several years, home values and home prices in Queen Creek have been on the rise, making it the perfect time to invest in luxury real estate in Queen Creek and take advantage of current market prices. Just over the last year, Queen Creek home values increased 5.2 and real estate industry experts predict they will rise another 5.2 within the next year. The median price of currently listed homes for sale in Queen Creek is $334,990. As a licensed, professional, Queen Creek REALTOR® and luxury home specialist, Cathy Carter keeps her finger on the pulse of the local market at all times and is aware of new luxury properties as soon as they become available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the most valuable homes and securing an offer. Intimately familiar with Queen Creek, Cathy can inform you about the best neighborhoods and communities, the types of homes and features offered, the top builders in the region, schools, area amenities, and so much more. Cathy can help narrow down your home search by only showing your luxury properties that best match your specific criteria in a home. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here  The Benefits of Living in Queen Creek, Arizona For parents with school-age children, most of Queen Creek is served by the highly-acclaimed Queen Creek Unified District, which includes six elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. A smaller portion of the community is also served by several other excellent school districts including Coolidge Unified School District, Florence School Unified School District, Higley Unified School District, Chandler Unified School District and Combs Unified School District. Alternative education options include Benjamin Franklin Charter School, Cambridge Academy, and Heritage Academy Queen. Post-secondary educational options in the immediate area include the Chandler-Gilbert Community College and the Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University. You’ll find plenty of great retail and dining options in Queen at locations like the Queen Creek Marketplace, Cornerstone at Queen Creek, Power Marketplace, and Queen Creek Village. Retailers include Bed, Bath & Beyond, Cost Plus World Market, Kirkland's, Ross, Super Target, Stein Mart, T.J. Maxx, and many others. There’s also a Walmart Supercenter, Sprouts Farmers Market, Walgreens, PetSmart, Home Goods, and a Harkins Movie Theater only a few minutes drive from home. Located only 15 minutes north of Queen Creek in Gilbert is San Tan Village, an outdoor lifestyle center, where you’ll find major retailers like  Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, Macy’s, and specialty stores like Apple, Barnes & Noble, Charming Charlies, Coach, Forever 21, and Sephora, just to name a few.  Chandler Fashion Center, the second-largest mall in Arizona, is located about 30 minutes from Queen Creek, featuring 180 different stores, restaurants, and eateries, a 20-screen Harkins movie theater, a seasonal splash pad for the kids, and more.  The Queen Creek Performing Arts Center provides professional theater, educational programs and community and family theater programs for all ages. For horse lovers, Queen Creek is also home to the Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre, a 38-acre facility that provides English and Western equestrian events along with home shows, RV and car shows, concerts, and private weddings. The park is home to a number of prestigious organizations and events including the Arizona Cutting Horse Association, Arizona Reined Cow Horse Association, Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association, and Arizona Thoroughbred Breeders Association, just to name a few. Queen Creek offers plenty of outdoor activities like hiking, biking, horseback riding, and golfing, which can be enjoyed year-round thanks to 330 days of warm weather and sunshine. Desert Mountain Park, Queen Creek Founders Park, Queen Creek Community Center, and local schools provide a variety of amenities such as sports fields, tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, community pools, and more. In addition, the San Tan Mountain Regional Park is just a short drive from Queen Creek with more than 10,000 acres of natural resources and trails. Golf lovers can choose from several top-rated golf courses in the immediate area including Las Colinas Golf Club and Apache Sun Golf Club and Encanterra Golf Course. The closest major airports include Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, which is located in nearby Mesa about 15 minutes away and Sky Harbor International Airport located about a 45-minute drive from Queen Creek. Partner With The Highest-rated Luxury Realtor® In Queen Creek - Cathy Carter Serving the local community since 1997, Cathy Carter believes in maintaining close relationships with her client-family, knowing that any successful business takes care of people first. You can be assured that Cathy's knowledge, dedication, and experience in the Queen Creek luxury market will exceed your buying, selling or relocation expectations. Known throughout the industry for her exemplary service and local expertise, Cathy goes above and beyond for every buyer and seller. As your personal agent, she will protect your interests, advocate for you, and do whatever is necessary to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. To find out more about buying or selling luxury real estate in Queen Creek, please contact Cathy Carter today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here.  CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578   CATHY CARTER WWW.REALESTATECHANDLER.COM SEARCH FOR YOUR DREAM HOME TODAY CLICK HERE EMAIL ME 480-459-8488 DIRECT       
                                  

                        Gilbert Horse Property for Sale

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                        Explore Gilbert Horse Property for Sale If you are currently looking to buy horse property in the Phoenix East Valley, be sure to explore Gilbert horse property for sale. Gilbert is one of the fastest-growing towns in the U.S., with a population that has doubled every five years since 1980, yet it still manages to retain its small-town charm. You can own semi-rural Gilbert horse real estate with plenty of room to roam and also enjoy close proximity to major employers, great shopping & restaurants, exciting cultural & entertainment options, top-rated schools, and so much more. In order to find the right horse property for your lifestyle, preferences, and needs, buyers will want to partner with a qualified, local agent. Cathy Carter is a top Gilbert REALTOR® who specializes in uncovering unique and distinct real estate properties in Gilbert and the surrounding East Valley. Cathy is connected to a vast network of professionals who provide insight into available properties, ensuring that you get first-hand information and access to the best horse real estate in the area. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here. On our easy-to-use website, you’ll be able to search the MLS for the most accurate, up-to-date listings for Gilbert horse property for sale. You can search detailed Gilbert real estate information, view photos of Gilbert horse real estate, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about current market trends for Gilbert real estate and living in this world-class community: Search Gilbert Horse Property For Sale      If you would like to schedule a showing or would like more information about any of the above listings for Gilbert horse property for sale, please contact Cathy Carter today, specializing in horse property and luxury real estate.  More About Gilbert Horse Real Estate & Current Market Trends  The Gilbert market is very hot right now and with property values and home prices only going up, now is the perfect time to buy while Gilbert horse real estate is still affordable. Just over the last year, Gilbert property values increased by 5.9 and industry experts predict they will rise another 4.1 within the next year. The median price of currently listed homes for sale in Gilbert is $359,650. As a licensed, professional Gilbert REALTOR®, Cathy knows how important it is to stay on top of the local market at all times and is always the first to know when new inventory becomes available - ensuring that her buyers have access to the most valuable equestrian properties and securing an offer. To ensure that you get the most value for your money, Cathy will evaluate the prices of Gilbert horse real estate currently on the market and comparable equestrian properties that have sold in recent months to determine whether the seller’s asking price is in line with market data. Streamline your home search by having Cathy put together a list of available Gilbert horse property for sale that best matches your preferences and needs. Feel free to call Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can reach her by email. Why You Should Consider Living in Gilbert, Arizona Booming in business and leisure activities, the vibrant town of Gilbert has been named the Most Prosperous City in the Nation (Economic Innovation Group, 2017), the 5th Best City to Find a Job in the U.S. (WalletHub, 2018),  and the Best Place to Raise a Family (Niche.com, 2018), among many other accolades. Boasting a thriving economy and a healthy job market, Gilbert is home to several notable employers including GoDaddy, Northrop Grumman, Silent-Aire, Deloitte, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, and Isagenix, just to name a few. Downtown Gilbert is known by the locals as the Heritage District. From its charm to its delicious restaurants, you’ll find a family-friendly environment, a vibrant nightlife, and a plethora of pet-friendly restaurant options with patio space. One of the things the Heritage Distract is known for is the many dining options. Head to the hip Snooze for one of the best breakfasts of your life. Another dining destination is Joe’s Real BBQ, a great family restaurant that knows how to do BBQ right. 12 West Brewing offers craft beer and tacos and Garage-East offers wine on the patio. The district also features the Hale Theater with Broadway shows, the Gilbert Farmers Market every Saturday and the Art Walk (a bi-weekly art gathering held October through March) featuring an array of artistic styles for exhibition and sale. Also located downtown is Art Intersection showcasing art from emerging and established artists. Gilbert’s 135-mile bike path system connects the Heritage District to parks and attractions throughout town.  Gilbert has a premier K-12 education system and is served by three highly- acclaimed school districts including Gilbert Public Schools, Higley Unified School District, and Chandler Unified School District. Recently announced as the 4th Best School District in America, Gilbert Public Schools boasts 11 A+ Schools of Excellence. Gilbert is part of School Choice Arizona, which was created to help parents in Arizona navigate the many educational opportunities available to their children as they progress through grade school and beyond. Arizona allows students to apply for admission to any public school, based on available classroom space. Institutions of higher learning serving the community include Chandler-Gilbert Community College (provides two-year degrees and comprehensive certificate programs), The East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), Park University’s Gilbert Campus Center, University of Arizona (operates (coding boot camp classes out of Gilbert’s University Building), and Arizona State University's Polytechnic Campus located at Gilbert's eastern border in Tempe.   You’ll find no shortage of great shopping and dining destinations in Gilbert. SanTan Village is a super-regional outdoor lifestyle center in Gilbert featuring major retailers like Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, and Macy’s. Other retail options include specialty stores like Apple, Barnes & Noble, Charming Charlie, Coach, Forever 21, Gymboree, Sephora, White House Black Market, and so many more great names. From fast-food joints to fine dining establishments, Gilbert is known for its extraordinary culinary scene featuring a wide range of dining options that will excite your taste buds. Popular restaurants and eateries in Gilbert include Koi, Joe’s Real BBQ, Barrio Queen, The Farmhouse Restaurant, Nicantoni’s Pizza, Nico Heirloom Kitchen, Zinburger, Postino East, Joyride Taco House, and Romeo's Euro Cafe, just to name a few.  Thanks to warm weather and sunshine most days of the year, you’ll catch Gilbert residents enjoying the outdoors on their bikes, walking, jogging, and even horseback riding. Named a Bicycle Friendly Community, Gilbert is well known for its Central Trail System, where you can enjoy more than 54 miles of bike trails along the canals. There’s also plenty of parks located throughout town offering a vast array of outdoor activities including Freestone Park, Discovery District Park, Veterans Oasis Park, Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch, Tumbleweed Park, and Paseo Vista Recreational Area. Riparian Preserve is one of the largest wildlife preserves in Gilbert, where you can enjoy hiking, equestrian trails, and wildlife and bird watching. Gilbert is also home to some of the best golf clubs in the East Valley such as Seville Golf & Country Club, Greenfield Lakes Golf Course, Kokopelli Golf Course, Seville Golf & Country Club, Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch, and Western Skies Golf Club, with dozens of additional courses located within easy driving distance. The town provides easy access to the Santan Freeway portion of Loop 202 and a small section of US-60 skirts the northern boundary of Gilbert at the Higley Road interchange. Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro, with daily express and local bus service in the northern, central, and western areas of town. The community is served by two major airports: The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is located about 9.5-miles away in Mesa and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is about an 18-mile drive from the center of town. Partner With the Highest Rated REALTOR® in Gilbert - CATHY CARTER  Although the real estate market is always changing, Cathy Carter’s commitment to exceptional, personalized service is something you can always count on. Whether you’re interested in Gilbert horse real estate for sale or it’s time to list your current property, Cathy will do whatever is necessary to facilitate a smooth and successful transaction.   With Cathy as your personal agent, you’ll have the highest-rated Gilbert REALTOR® by your side to protect your interests, advocate for you, and handle all the details of your home purchase or sale for the best possible results. To find out more about buying or selling Gilbert horse real estate, please call Cathy today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here  CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578  
                                  

                        Circle G Silver Creek Homes for Sale in Gilbert

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                        Explore Circle G Silver Creek Homes for Sale in Gilbert Located just south of E. Ocotillo Road and west of S. Greenfield Road, Circle G Silver Creek real estate in Gilbert includes expansive single-family homes on over-sized lots with plenty of room for growing families. The beautiful custom homes in Circle G at Silver Creek represent a wide range of styles and time periods. Most of the homes come with 4 - 5 bedrooms, over-sized backyards, and many include private swimming pools. Circle G Silver Creek homes for sale in Gilbert are priced from the mid 500Ks to over a million. Students living in the community attend top-rated schools in the nationally-recognized, A-rated Chandler Unified School District. Residents enjoy close proximity to shopping, restaurants, Santan Village, and easy access to the Loop 202 Santan Freeway.  A qualified agent holds the key to finding the perfect home, negotiating the best price and terms, and facilitating a smooth and successful transaction. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and a top Gilbert REALTOR® with over two decades of local experience. Cathy’s knowledge and professionalism, and her expertise in the Gilbert market will give you the assurance you need for making the best home purchase decision. Get started on your home search today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here.  Search Circle G Silver Creek homes for sale in Gilbert on our easy-to-use website, featuring the most accurate, up-to-date listings available You'll be able to save your search, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about Circle G Silver Creek real estate in Gilbert, current market trends, and living in the friendly town of Gilbert: Search Circle G at Silver Creek Homes for Sale in Gilbert  If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about any of the above Circle G Silver Creek homes for sale in Gilbert, please contact top Gilbert REALTOR® - Cathy Carter, specializing in newer homes and luxury real estate. More About Circle G Silver Creek Real Estate in Gilbert & Current Market Trends Over the past several years, the Gilbert real estate market has continued to remain strong and with home values and home prices on the rise, now is the perfect time to buy and take advantage of still-affordable prices. Just over the last year, Gilbert home values increased by 5.5 and industry experts predict they will go up another 4.4 within the next year. The median price of currently listed homes for sale in Gilbert is $360,000. As a licensed, professional Gilbert REALTOR®, Cathy Carter stays on top of the local market at all times and is the first to know when new inventory becomes available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the best homes and securing an offer.   To ensure that you get the most value for your money, Cathy will evaluate the prices of Circle G Silver Creek homes for sale in Gilbert and comparable homes that have sold in recent months to determine whether the seller’s asking price is in line with current market data. Cathy would love to speak with you to find out what you are looking for in your next home and answer any questions you may have about living in the vibrant town of Gilbert. Feel free to call Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here. The Benefits of Living in Gilbert, Arizona Boasting 330 days of warm weather and sunshine per year, a thriving economy, great shopping and dining options, a  vibrant Heritage District, an excellent school system, and numerous outdoor recreation opportunities, it’s no surprise that homebuyers are flocking to Gilbert in search of high-quality living in the Phoenix East Valley. Gilbert has a healthy job market and is home to a number of major employers including GoDaddy, B.H. Drywall Stucco Painting, Banner Health, Dignity Health, Isagenix International, Hunter Contracting Co Inc, Northrop Grumman, Earnhardt Auto Center Hunter Contracting Co (civil construction company), and Silent-Aire, just to name a few. For parents with school-age children, Circle G Silver Creek homes for sale in Gilbert are part of the highly-acclaimed Chandler Unified School District. Students attend Weinberg Elementary School, Willie & Coy Payne Jr. High School, and Perry High School. Schools in the district are among Arizona's highest-rated with standardized test scores well above state and national averages. CUSD schools have been named Arizona A+ Schools of Excellence or U.S. Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence 86 times since 1983, the most of any district in Arizona. Gilbert also has a number of Charter schools to choose from, which are public schools operated independently of public school systems, either by nonprofit or for-profit organizations. Institutions of higher learning serving the Gilbert include Chandler-Gilbert Community College (provides two-year degrees and comprehensive certificate programs), East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), Park University’s Gilbert Campus Center, University of Arizona (operates (coding boot camp classes out of Gilbert’s University Building), and Arizona State University's Polytechnic Campus located at Gilbert's eastern border in Tempe.    From its charm to its many delicious restaurants, Gilbert's vibrant Heritage District features a variety of restaurant options, an emerging nightlife scene, the Hale Theater (Broadway shows), a weekly Farmers Market, and Gilbert Art Walk featuring an array of artistic styles for exhibition and sale. While walking through the Heritage District that marks the original location of the town of Gilbert, you’ll also want to stop by the Gilbert Historical Museum to learn all about its history. Gilbert’s 135-mile bike path system connects the Heritage District to parks and attractions throughout town.  SanTan Village is a super-regional outdoor lifestyle center in Gilbert featuring major retailers such as Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, and Macy’s. Other options include specialty stores like Apple, Barnes & Noble, Charming Charlie, Coach, Forever 21, Gymboree, Sephora, White House Black Market, and many more great names. From fast-food joints to fine dining establishments, Gilbert is known for its extraordinary culinary scene. Popular restaurants and eateries in Gilbert include Koi, Joe’s Real BBQ, Barrio Queen, The Farmhouse Restaurant, Nicantoni’s Pizza, Nico Heirloom Kitchen, Zinburger, Postino East, Joyride Taco House, and Romeo's Euro Cafe, just to name a few.  Gilbert is well known for its Central Trail System, where you can enjoy more than 54 miles of trails along the canals. On any given day, you can catch Gilbert residents enjoying the outdoors on their bikes, walking, jogging, and even horseback riding. The Western Canal Powerline /Sun Circle Trail runs east and west, connecting Big League Dreams, the Riparian Preserve, Freestone Park and  McQueen District Park in an 8.5 -mile stretch, continuing west into Chandler and also Tempe. There’s also plenty of parks located throughout town offering a vast array of outdoor activities including Freestone Park, Discovery District Park, Veterans Oasis Park, Riparian Preserve at WaterRanch, Tumbleweed Park, and Paseo Vista Recreational Area. Riparian Preserve is one of the largest wildlife preserves in Gilbert, where you can enjoy hiking, equestrian trails, and wildlife and bird watching. For those that enjoy golf, Gilbert has some of the best golf clubs in the Valley. Golfers can choose from Seville Golf & Country Club Course designed by Gary Panks, the Greenfield Lakes Golf Course designed by Ray Pacioni, the Kokopelli Golf Course designed by Phillips Associates, the Trilogy Golf Course designed by Dick Bailey, and the Western Skies Golf Club Course designed by Brian Whitcomb, with dozens of additional courses within easy driving distance.    The town provides easy access to the Santan Freeway portion of Loop 202 and a small section of US-60 skirts the northern boundary of Gilbert at the Higley Road interchange. Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro, with daily express and local bus service in the northern, central, and western areas of town. The community is served by two major airports: The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is located about 9.5-miles away in Mesa and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is about an 18-mile drive from the center of town. Partner with the Highest-rated Gilbert REALTOR® - Cathy Carter  Whether you're interested in Circle G at Silver Creek homes for sale in Gilbert or its time to list your current property, Cathy offers the kind of knowledge, skills, dedication, and expertise that will exceed your buying, selling or relocation expectations. Serving the local community since 1997, Cathy has years of local experience and will do whatever it takes to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. If you’re looking to sell your home, Cathy incorporates the most effective and cutting-edge marketing approaches for getting your home sold quickly and for top dollar. Your property will be listed in hundreds of locations all around the Internet and will get exposure on all the major sites like Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, Movato.com, Homes.com, and other many other sites that homebuyers frequently visit. An expert negotiator, Cathy will work hard to protect your investment by making sure that no money is left on the table.   For out-of-town buyers, Cathy is also a relocation expert and will make sure the details of your home purchase and move to your new home are handled professionally and with care. Partner with Cathy and you’ll have an expert by your side who will protect your interests, advocate for you, and handle all the details of your home purchase or sale for the most favorable results. To find out more about buying or selling Circle G at Silver Creek real estate in Gilbert, please contact Cathy Carter today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here   CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578 Cathy Carter www.RealEstateChandler.com Search for your Dream Home Today Click Here Email Me 480-459-8488 Direct  Leave A Reply On Facebook   
                                  

                        Chaparral Estates Homes For Sale in Gilbert

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                        Explore Chaparral Estates Homes For Sale in Gilbert If you are currently looking to buy a single-family home in a beautiful, established neighborhood in Southeast Valley, Arizona, Chaparral Estates real estate in Gilbert deserves consideration. Located just south of East Williams Field Road and South Higley Road in Gilbert,  Chaparral Estates West offers larger homes ranging from just over 2,000 to nearly 7,000 square feet. Chaparral Estates East features homes ranging from around 1,200 - 3,000 square feet, mostly built by Shea Homes between 2000 and 2004. Chaparral Estates homes for sale in Gilbert are priced from $285,000 to $1,274,900. Community amenities include a children's playground and a biking/walking path along with plenty of green and grassy areas for enjoying the outdoors. Nearby schools in the “A-rated” Higley Unified School District include Chaparral Elementary School, Cooley Middle School, and Williams Field High School. Chaparral Estates is located just south of the Loop 202 San Tan Freeway and just minutes from SanTan Village. A qualified agent holds the key to finding the perfect home for your lifestyle and needs, negotiating the best price and terms, and facilitating a smooth and successful transaction. Cathy Carter is a top Chaparral Estates REALTOR® in Gilbert with over two decades of local experience working with buyers and sellers. Cathy would love to speak with you to discuss the type of home you have in mind and answer any questions you may have about living in Gilbert. Start searching for your dream home today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here.  On our easy-to-use website, you’ll be able to search the most accurate, up-to-date listings for Chaparral Estates homes for sale in Gilbert. You can save your search, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about Chaparral Estates real estate in Gilbert, current market trends, and living in the friendly town of Gilbert: Search Chaparral Estates Homes For Sale in Gilbert If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about Chaparral Estates homes for sale in Gilbert, please contact top Chaparral Estates REALTOR® in Gilbert - Cathy Carter today More About Chaparral Estates Real Estate in Gilbert & Market Trends  With Gilbert home values and home prices on the rise, now is the perfect time to buy Chaparral Estates real estate in Gilbert while homes are still affordable. Over the past year alone, home values in Gilbert had an increase of 5.9 and real estate industry experts predict they will go up another 4.1 within the next year. The median price of currently listed homes for sale in Gilbert is $359,650. As a top producing Chaparral Estates REALTOR® in Gilbert, Cathy Carter is aware of new inventory in Chaparral Estates and the surrounding area as soon as it becomes available - ensuring that her buyers have access to the best homes and securing an offer. Cathy has helped hundreds of families find and get into the home of their dreams. With over 25 years of local experience, you can be assured that Cathy has all the information and resources you need for making the best home purchase decision. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here. Why Homebuyers Should Consider Living in Gilbert Arizona Boasting 330 days of warm weather and sunshine, a thriving economy, a vibrant downtown, great shopping and dining options, an excellent school system, and numerous outdoor recreation opportunities that can be enjoyed year-round, It’s no surprise that homebuyers are flocking to Gilbert in search of high-quality community living in sunny Arizona. Offering exceptional community life fueled by a strong economy, Gilbert is home to major employers including GoDaddy, B.H. Drywall Stucco Painting, Banner Health, Dignity Health, Isagenix International, Hunter Contracting Co Inc, Northrop Grumman, Earnhardt Auto Center Hunter Contracting Co (civil construction company), and Silent-Aire, just to name a few. For parents with school-age children, most homes for sale are part of the nationally recognized Gilbert Unified School District 41 (GUSD), also known as Gilbert Public Schools (GPS). As of spring 2019, thirteen GPS schools have earned the "A+ School of Excellence™ Award" from the Arizona Educational Foundation. As a district of choice, GPS serves over 35,000 students at 40 schools across Gilbert, Chandler, and Mesa. The district includes twenty-six elementary schools (Pre K-6); six middle schools (7-8), five high schools (9-12), two academies, one global academy, and one alternative education. Gilbert also has a number of Charter schools to choose from, which are public schools operated independently of public school systems, either by nonprofit or for-profit organizations. Institutions of higher learning serving the community include Chandler-Gilbert Community College (provides two-year degrees and comprehensive certificate programs), East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), Park University’s Gilbert Campus Center, University of Arizona (operates (coding boot camp classes out of Gilbert’s University Building), and Arizona State University's Polytechnic Campus located at Gilbert's eastern border in Tempe.    From its charm to its many delicious restaurants, Gilbert's vibrant Heritage District features a variety of restaurant options, an emerging nightlife scene, the Hale Theater (Broadway shows), a weekly Farmers Market, and Gilbert Art Walk featuring an array of artistic styles for exhibition and sale. While walking through the Heritage District that marks the original location of the town of Gilbert, you’ll also want to stop by the Gilbert Historical Museum to learn all about its history. Gilbert’s 135-mile bike path system connects the Heritage District to parks and attractions throughout town.  SanTan Village is a super-regional outdoor lifestyle center in Gilbert featuring major retailers such as Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, and Macy’s. Other options include specialty stores like Apple, Barnes & Noble, Charming Charlie, Coach, Forever 21, Gymboree, Sephora, White House Black Market, and many more great names. From fast-food joints to fine dining establishments, Gilbert is known for its extraordinary culinary scene. Popular restaurants and eateries in Gilbert include Koi, Joe’s Real BBQ, Barrio Queen, The Farmhouse Restaurant, Nicantoni’s Pizza, Nico Heirloom Kitchen, Zinburger, Postino East, Joyride Taco House, and Romeo's Euro Cafe, just to name a few.  Gilbert is well known for its Central Trail System, where you can enjoy more than 54 miles of trails along the canals. On any given day, you can catch Gilbert residents enjoying the outdoors on their bikes, walking, jogging, and even horseback riding. The Western Canal Powerline /Sun Circle Trail runs east and west, connecting Big League Dreams, the Riparian Preserve, Freestone Park and  McQueen District Park in an 8.5 -mile stretch, continuing west into Chandler and also Tempe. There’s also plenty of parks located throughout town offering a vast array of outdoor activities including Freestone Park, Discovery District Park, Veterans Oasis Park, Riparian Preserve at WaterRanch, Tumbleweed Park, and Paseo Vista Recreational Area. Riparian Preserve is one of the largest wildlife preserves in Gilbert, where you can enjoy hiking, equestrian trails, and wildlife and bird watching. For those that enjoy golf, Gilbert has some of the best golf clubs in the Valley. Golfers can choose from Seville Golf & Country Club Course designed by Gary Panks, the Greenfield Lakes Golf Course designed by Ray Pacioni, the Kokopelli Golf Course designed by Phillips Associates, the Trilogy Golf Course designed by Dick Bailey, and the Western Skies Golf Club Course designed by Brian Whitcomb, with dozens of additional courses within easy driving distance.    The town provides easy access to the Santan Freeway portion of Loop 202 and a small section of US-60 skirts the northern boundary of Gilbert at the Higley Road interchange. Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro, with daily express and local bus service in the northern, central, and western areas of town. The community is served by two major airports: The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is located about 9.5-miles away in Mesa and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is about an 18-mile drive from the center of town. Partner with Top Chaparral Estates REALTOR® in Gilbert - Cathy Carter  Whether you're interested in Chaparral Estates homes for sale in Gilbert or its time to list your current property, Cathy offers the kind of knowledge, skills, dedication, and expertise that will exceed your buying, selling or relocation expectations. Serving the local community since 1997, Cathy has years of local experience and will do whatever it takes to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. If you’re looking to sell your home, Cathy incorporates the most effective and cutting-edge marketing approaches for getting your home sold quickly and for top dollar. Your property will be listed in hundreds of locations all around the Internet and will get exposure on all the major sites like Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, Movato.com, Homes.com, and other many other sites that homebuyers frequently visit. An expert negotiator, Cathy will work hard to protect your investment by making sure that no money is left on the table.   For out-of-town buyers, Cathy is also a relocation expert and will make sure the details of your home purchase and move to your new home are handled professionally and with care. Partner with Cathy and you’ll have an expert by your side who will protect your interests, advocate for you, and handle all the details of your home purchase or sale for the most favorable results. To find out more about buying or selling Chaparral Estates real estate in Gilbert, please contact Cathy Carter today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here   CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578 Cathy Carter www.RealEstateChandler.com Search for your Dream Home Today Click Here Email Me 480-459-8488 Direct  Leave A Reply On Facebook 
                                  

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                        Search Mesa AZ Homes For Sale A thriving suburban city located in the Phoenix East Valley, Mesa is the perfect choice for homebuyers who desire the urban amenities of a much larger metropolis along with the comfort of a smaller community. Mesa’s booming economy, rich cultural heritage, great shopping and dining options, nationally recognized school district, numerous outdoor recreation opportunities, and Cactus League spring training baseball all add up to an attractive place to buy a home. Buyers who search Mesa AZ homes for sale will find a wide selection of housing choices. From urban condos situated in the heart of things to single-family homes in quiet neighborhoods and gated subdivisions to upscale homes tucked away in exclusive golf course and waterfront communities to stunning luxury estates with breathtaking views, Mesa has something for everyone. With so many residential options, it’s best to search Mesa AZ real estate with the help of a qualified agent who can help you navigate the local market and secure an offer. No need to search Mesa AZ REALTOR®. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and a highly-skilled real estate agent with over two decades of experience helping families just like yours find and get into the home of their dreams. Cathy’s knowledge, professionalism, and expertise in the Mesa market will give you the assurance you need for making the best home purchase decision. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here On our easy-to-use website, you’ll be able to search Mesa AZ homes for sale - featuring the most accurate, updated listings available. You’ll be able to view photos of Mesa AZ real estate and learn about the different communities as well as save your search, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about current market trends and living in this world-class suburban city in the desert Southwest: Search Mesa AZ Real Estate by Price   All Listings Under $100,000 $100,000 - $200,000 $200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000 $500,000 - $600,000 $600,000 - $700,000 $700,000 - $800,000 $800,000 - $900,000 $900,000 - $1,000,000 Over $1,000,000 Search Mesa AZ Homes for Sale (All Properties) If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about any of the above listings for homes for sale in Mesa, please contact top Mesa REALTOR® - Cathy Carter today  More About Search Mesa AZ Real Estate Just like the local economy, the real estate market in Mesa is booming and with home values and home prices only going up, now is the perfect time to search Mesa AZ real estate and take advantage of still-affordable home prices. Just over the last year, home values in Mesa increased by 5.2 and industry experts predict they will rise by another 3.1 within the next 12 months. The median price of currently listed Mesa AZ homes for sale is $285,000.  A qualified agent holds the key to finding the most valuable homes, negotiating the best terms and price, and facilitating a smooth and successful transaction. As a top producing Mesa REALTOR®, Cathy Carter stays on top of the local market at all times and is always the first to know when new inventory becomes available, ensuring that you have access to the best homes for sale in Mesa and securing an offer. Cathy can provide you with detailed, accurate information that goes well beyond what is listed on the MLS.  Intimately familiar with the local area, Cathy can inform you about the different neighborhoods and communities, the types of homes and features offered, the builders, nearby schools, surrounding area amenities, local property values, current market trends, and so much more. Rather than try to search Mesa AZ homes for sale all on your own, Cathy can save you a lot of time by putting together a list of homes that best match your lifestyle, preferences, and needs. You can also request customized search results delivered directly to your email along with email alerts of new listings. Get started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here.  Reasons Why You Should Search Mesa AZ Homes for Sale The city of Mesa is currently experiencing tremendous economic growth. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway located in south Mesa is the fastest-growing airport in the country, attracting many new businesses to the area and fueling the local economy. Home to nearly 484,587 people, Mesa is the third-largest city in Arizona on the heels of Phoenix and Tuscon. Boasting a healthy job, Mesa is home to a number of major companies such as Apple, Bridgestone, FUJIFILM, Mitsubishi and Boeing, just to name a few.   For parents with school-age children, most of the community is served by Mesa Public Schools (MPS), a nationally recognized school district filled with top-rated schools. The largest school district in Arizona, MPS has 57 elementary schools, 11 middle schools, and 6 high schools along with a number of magnet and charter alternative school options. The district has earned national recognition for its quality educational programs and student achievement in the arts, sports, academics, and career training programs. Parents can choose from a variety of different programs including Montessori, International Baccalaureate, dual-language immersion, honors, and Advanced Placement courses, and Franklin traditional schools. Mesa is also home to Mesa Community College the East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), and several other institutions of higher learning that are listed here.   Mesa has a bustling Downton filled with international restaurants, trendy eateries, shops, sports bars, breweries, nightlife venues, galleries, museums, pedestrian-friendly gathering areas, and more. The Mesa Arts Center is s performing and visual arts complex in downtown Mesa, which features concerts, performing arts, events, art activities, music, dance, shows, and comedy performances. In addition to Mesa Arts, the city has several museums including the i.d.e.a. Museum (a children's museum), Arizona Museum of Natural History, and Mesa Historical Museum. Mesa has a number of great shopping destinations situated throughout the city including Superstition Springs Center, featuring more than 150  stores and eateries, an outdoor amphitheater that hosts a free concert series throughout the year, a double-decker carousel and indoor children's play area. Village Square at Dana Park is a fashion-focused lifestyle center with high-end retailers, several eateries offering al fresco dining, fountains, and palm-tree-lined driveways. Mesa Marketplace Swap Meet is situated on 55 acres displaying up to 1,600 booths and offers a vast assortment of reasonably priced goods that you simply can't find anywhere else. Mesa Riverview is the city's largest retail center where you can enjoy great values at over 30 brand-name retailers including Bed Bath & Beyond, Marshall's, Sports Authority, and more. When it comes to dining out, Mesa serves as a culinary gateway to the Phoenix metro area, with the region's neighboring farms providing seasonal goods to enjoy in the city's many restaurants. From farm to fork, comfort foods, tapas, wine bars, craft breweries, and gastro pubs, Mesa offers it all Mesa and the surrounding area offer plenty of opportunities for year-round outdoor recreation such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, water sports, and more. Usery Mountain Regional Park offers more than 29 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Lost Dutchman State Park offers several trails that lead from the park into the Superstition Wilderness and surrounding Tonto National Forest. San Tan Mountain Regional Park has more than eight miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Within 30 minutes of Mesa are Apache Lake, Canyon Lake, Roosevelt Lake, Saguaro Lake, and Salt River, where you can enjoy water activities like boating, fishing, rafting, kayaking, water skiing, wakeboarding, and jet skiing.   Considered a golfer’s paradise, Mesa has some of the best golf clubs in Arizona, designed by golf pros and architects like Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Jack Nicklaus, and Pete Dye. Golfers can enjoy variety of options from challenging desert golf to traditional links play at Las Sendas Golf Club, Longbow Golf Club, Toka Sticks Golf Club, Painted Mountain Golf Resort, Superstition Springs Golf Club, Dobson Ranch Golf Course, and Augusta Ranch Golf Club, with dozens of additional courses located within easy driving distance.  For baseball fans, Mesa is situated in the heart of Arizona's Cactus League Spring Training Baseball, home to two major spring training teams – the Chicago Cubs at Sloan Park (the largest spring training stadium by capacity in Major League Baseball) and the Oakland A’s at Hohokam Stadium, which recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation. Over the years, some of the greatest ballplayers in the history of the game have played in Mesa such as Willie Mays, Ty Cobb, Mickey Mantle, and Joe DiMaggio, just to name a few. The city provides easy access to several major routes including US-60 (Superstition Freeway), SR-87, and the Loop 101 and 202 freeways, making it easy to get around town and beyond. Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro and the Valley Metro Rail. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is conveniently located in South Mesa and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is located within easy driving distance, 12.7 miles from the center of town. No Need to Search Mesa AZ REALTOR® When You Can Partner with Top Mesa AZ REALTOR® - Cathy Carter Although the real estate market is always changing, Cathy Carter's knowledge, experience, and commitment to exceptional, personalized service is something you can always count on. As your personal agent, Cathy will always take the time to listen to your needs and concerns, keep you updated throughout the buying or selling process and will do whatever is necessary to facilitate a smooth and successful transaction.   If you’re looking to sell your home, Cathy incorporates the most effective and cutting-edge marketing approaches for getting your home sold quickly and for top dollar. Your property will be listed in hundreds of locations all around the Internet and will get exposure on all the major sites like Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, Movato.com, Homes.com, and other many other sites that homebuyers frequently visit. An expert negotiator, Cathy will work hard to protect your investment by making sure that no money is left on the table.   For out-of-town buyers, Cathy is also a relocation expert and will make sure the details of your home purchase and move to your new home in Mesa are handled professionally and with care. Partner with Cathy and you’ll have an expert by your side who will protect your interests, advocate for you, and handle all the details of your home purchase or sale for the most favorable results. For more information about Mesa AZ real estate, please contact Cathy today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578 Post by Cathy Carter Cathy has been in the Real Estate industry for over two and a half decades in the Arizona market. She has the ability and confidence along with continued education that is necessary to succeed in this ever-changing market. Cathy specializes in difficult to move properties in the Chandler Area. Quick to respond to all tasks required. Equator Certified Platinum for Bank owned homes and Short Sales as well. CATHY CARTER WWW.REALESTATECHANDLER.COM SEARCH FOR YOUR DREAM HOME TODAY CLICK HERE LEAVE A REPLY ON FACEBOOK EMAIL ME 480-459-8488 DIRECT   
                                  

                        Gilbert Arizona Real Estate

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                         Why Homebuyers Should Consider Gilbert Arizona Real Estate If you are currently looking to buy a home in the thriving Phoenix East Valley, be sure to explore Gilbert Arizona real estate. Boasting 330 days of warm weather and sunshine, a thriving economy, a vibrant downtown, great shopping and dining options, an excellent school system, and numerous outdoor recreation opportunities that can be enjoyed year-round, it’s no wonder home buyers are flocking to Gilbert in search of quality living. Gilbert Arizona real estate runs the gamut from low-maintenance urban condos to a variety of single-family homes in quiet neighborhoods and gated subdivisions to upscale homes tucked away in exclusive golf course and waterfront communities to spacious luxury estates featuring upscale amenities galore. A qualified agent holds the key to finding the best Gilbert Arizona homes for sale, negotiating the best price and terms, and facilitating a smooth and successful transaction. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and a top Gilbert Arizona REALTOR® with over two decades of local experience working with buyers and sellers. Uniquely qualified, Cathy can help you find and get into a home in Gilbert that’s just right for your family, lifestyle, and needs. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here  On our easy-to-use website, you’ll be able to search the most accurate, up-to-date listings for Gilbert, Arizona homes for sale. You'll be able to save your search, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about current market trends and living in the friendly town of Gilbert:  Browse Gilbert, Arizona Real Estate by Price All Listings $100,000 - $200,000 $200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000 $500,000 - $600,000 $600,000 - $700,000 $700,000 - $800,000 $800,000 - $900,000 $900,000 - $1,000,000 Over $1,000,000   Search All Gilbert, Arizona Homes for Sale   If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about any of the above listings for Gilbert, Arizona homes for sale, please contact top Gilbert, Arizona REALTOR® - Cathy Carter, specializing in newer homes and luxury real estate. Gilbert Arizona Real Estate Market Trends  Over the past several years, the Gilbert Arizona real estate market has continued to remain strong and with property values and home prices only going up, now is the perfect time to buy and take advantage of still-affordable homes. Gilbert home values increased by 5.9 over the last year alone and real estate industry experts predict they will go up another 4.1 within the next year. The median price of currently listed Gilbert Arizona homes for sale is $359,650. As a licensed, professional Gilbert Arizona REALTOR®, Cathy Carter stays on top of the local market at all times and is aware of new inventory as soon as it becomes available - ensuring that her buyers have access to the best homes and securing an offer. Intimately familiar with Gilbert, Cathy can inform you about the different neighborhoods and communities, the types of homes and features offered, the builders, nearby schools, area amenities, and so much more. Rather than search for your dream home on your own,  Cathy can streamline the process by only showing you properties that are the best match according to your desired home criteria. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here. Why Homebuyers Should Consider Living in Gilbert Arizona Over the past several decades, the thriving town of Gilbert has made a rapid transformation from an agriculture-based community to an economically diverse suburban center located in Southeast Valley of the Phoenix metro area. Gilbert offers exceptional community life fueled by a strong economy, and home to major employers including GoDaddy, B.H. Drywall Stucco Painting, Banner Health, Dignity Health, Isagenix International, Hunter Contracting Co Inc, Northrop Grumman, Earnhardt Auto Center Hunter Contracting Co (civil construction company), and Silent-Aire, just to name a few. For parents with school-age children, most Gilbert Arizona homes for sale are part of the nationally recognized Gilbert Unified School District 41 (GUSD), also known as Gilbert Public Schools (GPS). As of spring 2019, thirteen GPS schools have earned the "A+ School of Excellence™ Award" from the Arizona Educational Foundation. As a district of choice, GPS serves over 35,000 students at 40 schools across Gilbert, Chandler, and Mesa. The district includes twenty-six elementary schools (Pre K-6); six middle schools (7-8), five high schools (9-12), two academies, one global academy, and one alternative education. Gilbert also has a number of Charter schools to choose from, which are public schools operated independently of public school systems, either by nonprofit or for-profit organizations. Institutions of higher learning serving the community include Chandler-Gilbert Community College (provides two-year degrees and comprehensive certificate programs), East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), Park University’s Gilbert Campus Center, University of Arizona (operates (coding boot camp classes out of Gilbert’s University Building), and Arizona State University's Polytechnic Campus located at Gilbert's eastern border in Tempe.    From its charm to its many delicious restaurants, Gilbert's vibrant Heritage District features a variety of restaurant options, an emerging nightlife scene, the Hale Theater (Broadway shows), a weekly Farmers Market, and Gilbert Art Walk featuring an array of artistic styles for exhibition and sale. While walking through the Heritage District that marks the original location of the town of Gilbert, you’ll also want to stop by the Gilbert Historical Museum to learn all about its history. Gilbert’s 135-mile bike path system connects the Heritage District to parks and attractions throughout town.  SanTan Village is a super-regional outdoor lifestyle center in Gilbert featuring major retailers such as Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, and Macy’s. Other options include specialty stores like Apple, Barnes & Noble, Charming Charlie, Coach, Forever 21, Gymboree, Sephora, White House Black Market, and many more great names. From fast-food joints to fine dining establishments, Gilbert is known for its extraordinary culinary scene. Popular restaurants and eateries in Gilbert include Koi, Joe’s Real BBQ, Barrio Queen, The Farmhouse Restaurant, Nicantoni’s Pizza, Nico Heirloom Kitchen, Zinburger, Postino East, Joyride Taco House, and Romeo's Euro Cafe, just to name a few.  Gilbert is well known for its Central Trail System, where you can enjoy more than 54 miles of trails along the canals. On any given day, you can catch Gilbert residents enjoying the outdoors on their bikes, walking, jogging, and even horseback riding. The Western Canal Powerline /Sun Circle Trail runs east and west, connecting Big League Dreams, the Riparian Preserve, Freestone Park and  McQueen District Park in an 8.5 -mile stretch, continuing west into Chandler and also Tempe. There’s also plenty of parks located throughout town offering a vast array of outdoor activities including Freestone Park, Discovery District Park, Veterans Oasis Park, Riparian Preserve at WaterRanch, Tumbleweed Park, and Paseo Vista Recreational Area. Riparian Preserve is one of the largest wildlife preserves in Gilbert, where you can enjoy hiking, equestrian trails, and wildlife and bird watching. For those that enjoy golf, Gilbert has some of the best golf clubs in the Valley. Golfers can choose from Seville Golf & Country Club Course designed by Gary Panks, the Greenfield Lakes Golf Course designed by Ray Pacioni, the Kokopelli Golf Course designed by Phillips Associates, the Trilogy Golf Course designed by Dick Bailey, and the Western Skies Golf Club Course designed by Brian Whitcomb, with dozens of additional courses within easy driving distance.    The town provides easy access to the Santan Freeway portion of Loop 202 and a small section of US-60 skirts the northern boundary of Gilbert at the Higley Road interchange. Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro, with daily express and local bus service in the northern, central, and western areas of town. The community is served by two major airports: The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is located about 9.5-miles away in Mesa and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is about an 18-mile drive from the center of town. Partner with The 1 Gilbert Arizona REALTOR® - Cathy Carter  Whether you're interested in Gilbert Arizona homes for sale or its time to list your current property, Cathy offers the kind of knowledge, skills, dedication, and expertise that will exceed your buying, selling or relocation expectations. Serving the local community since 1997, Cathy will do whatever it takes to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. Cathy would love to speak with you to discuss what you are looking for in your next home and answer any questions you may have about living in the friendly town of Gilbert. To find out more about buying or selling Gilbert, Arizona real estate, please contact Cathy today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here   CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578 Cathy Carter www.RealEstateChandler.com Search for your Dream Home Today Click Here Email Me 480-459-8488 Direct  Leave A Reply On Facebook 
                                  

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                        Search Gilbert Real Estate One of the fastest-growing municipalities in the country, the prosperous town of Gilbert, Arizona offers many amenities typically found in a big city, yet manages to maintain its charming small-town vibe. Boasting a thriving economy, a vibrant Heritage District, fabulous shopping and dining options, an excellent school system, and outdoor recreation opportunities galore, Gilbert has become the destination of choice for homebuyers looking to put down roots in the desert southwest. Buyers who search Gilbert real estate will find a wide range of residential choices including low-maintenance urban condos, single-family homes in quiet neighborhoods and gated subdivisions, upscale homes situated in exclusive golf course and waterfront communities, and spacious luxury estates with the latest designer features and amenities. A qualified, local agent can help you search homes for sale in Gilbert that are the best match for your lifestyle and needs. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and a top Gilbert REALTOR® who has helped hundreds of families find and get into the home of their dreams for over 25 years. Intimately familiar with the Gilbert market, Cathy can inform you about the different neighborhoods and communities, the types of homes and features offered, the builders, schools, surrounding area amenities, and so much more. With Cathy as your personal agent, you’ll have all the resources and information you need for making the best home purchase decision. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here  On our easy-to-use website, you’ll be able to search homes for sale in Gilbert including the most accurate, up-to-date listings available. You'll be able to save your search, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about current market trends and living in the friendly town of Gilbert:  Search Gilbert Real Estate by Price All Listings $100,000 - $200,000 $200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000 $500,000 - $600,000 $600,000 - $700,000 $700,000 - $800,000 $800,000 - $900,000 $900,000 - $1,000,000 Over $1,000,000   Search Homes for Sale in Gilbert (All Properties)      If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about any of the above listings for homes for sale in Gilbert, please contact top Gilbert REALTOR® - Cathy Carter, specializing in newer homes and luxury real estate. Why Homebuyers Should Search Gilbert Real Estate Over the past several years, the Gilbert market has continued to remain strong. With property values and home prices on the rise, now is the perfect time to search Gilbert real estate and take advantage of still-affordable home prices. Gilbert home values increased by 5.9 over the last year alone and real estate industry experts predict they will go up another 4.1 within the next 12 months. The median price of currently listed homes for sale in Gilbert is $359,650. As a licensed, professional Gilbert REALTOR® for over two decades, Cathy Carter keeps her finger on the pulse fo the local market at all times and is aware of new inventory as soon as it becomes available - ensuring that her buyers have access to the best homes and securing an offer. Rather than search homes for sale in Gilbert all on your own, Cathy can streamline the process by only showing you properties that are the best match according to your desired home criteria. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here. The Benefits of Living in Gilbert, Arizona Over the past several decades, the town of Gilbert has made a rapid transformation from an agriculture-based community to an economically diverse suburban center located in Southeast Valley of the Phoenix metro area. Gilbert offers exceptional community life fueled by a strong economy, and home to major employers including GoDaddy, B.H. Drywall Stucco Painting, Banner Health, Dignity Health, Isagenix International, Hunter Contracting Co Inc, Northrop Grumman, Earnhardt Auto Center Hunter Contracting Co (civil construction company), and Silent-Aire, just to name a few. When you search homes for sale in Gilbert, you'll find that most of the community is served by the nationally recognized Gilbert Unified School District 41 (GUSD), also known as Gilbert Public Schools (GPS). As of spring 2019, thirteen GPS schools have earned the "A+ School of Excellence™ Award" from the Arizona Educational Foundation. As a district of choice, GPS serves over 35,000 students at 40 schools across Gilbert, Chandler, and Mesa. The district includes twenty-six elementary schools (Pre K-6); six middle schools (7-8), five high schools (9-12), two academies, one global academy, and one alternative education. Gilbert also has a number of Charter schools to choose from, which are public schools operated independently of public school systems, either by nonprofit or for-profit organizations. Institutions of higher learning serving the community include Chandler-Gilbert Community College (provides two-year degrees and comprehensive certificate programs), East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), Park University’s Gilbert Campus Center, University of Arizona (operates (coding boot camp classes out of Gilbert’s University Building), and Arizona State University's Polytechnic Campus located at Gilbert's eastern border in Tempe.    From its charm to its many delicious restaurants, Gilbert's vibrant Heritage District features a variety of restaurant options, an emerging nightlife scene, the Hale Theater (Broadway shows), a weekly Farmers Market, and Gilbert Art Walk featuring an array of artistic styles for exhibition and sale. While walking through the Heritage District that marks the original location of the town of Gilbert, you’ll also want to stop by the Gilbert Historical Museum to learn all about its history. Gilbert’s 135-mile bike path system connects the Heritage District to parks and attractions throughout town.  SanTan Village is a super-regional outdoor lifestyle center in Gilbert featuring major retailers such as Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, and Macy’s. Other options include specialty stores like Apple, Barnes & Noble, Charming Charlie, Coach, Forever 21, Gymboree, Sephora, White House Black Market, and many more great names. From fast-food joints to fine dining establishments, Gilbert is known for its extraordinary culinary scene. Popular restaurants and eateries in Gilbert include Koi, Joe’s Real BBQ, Barrio Queen, The Farmhouse Restaurant, Nicantoni’s Pizza, Nico Heirloom Kitchen, Zinburger, Postino East, Joyride Taco House, and Romeo's Euro Cafe, just to name a few.  Gilbert is well known for its Central Trail System, where you can enjoy more than 54 miles of trails along the canals. On any given day, you can catch Gilbert residents enjoying the outdoors on their bikes, walking, jogging, and even horseback riding. The Western Canal Powerline /Sun Circle Trail runs east and west, connecting Big League Dreams, the Riparian Preserve, Freestone Park and  McQueen District Park in an 8.5 -mile stretch, continuing west into Chandler and also Tempe. There’s also plenty of parks located throughout town offering a vast array of outdoor activities including Freestone Park, Discovery District Park, Veterans Oasis Park, Riparian Preserve at WaterRanch, Tumbleweed Park, and Paseo Vista Recreational Area. Riparian Preserve is one of the largest wildlife preserves in Gilbert, where you can enjoy hiking, equestrian trails, and wildlife and bird watching. For those that enjoy golf, Gilbert has some of the best golf clubs in the Valley. Golfers can choose from Seville Golf & Country Club Course designed by Gary Panks, the Greenfield Lakes Golf Course designed by Ray Pacioni, the Kokopelli Golf Course designed by Phillips Associates, the Trilogy Golf Course designed by Dick Bailey, and the Western Skies Golf Club Course designed by Brian Whitcomb, with dozens of additional courses within easy driving distance.    The town provides easy access to the Santan Freeway portion of Loop 202 and a small section of US-60 skirts the northern boundary of Gilbert at the Higley Road interchange. Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro, with daily express and local bus service in the northern, central, and western areas of town. The community is served by two major airports: The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is located about 9.5-miles away in Mesa and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is about an 18-mile drive from the center of town. Partner with The Best Gilbert REALTOR® - Cathy Carter  Serving the local community since 1997, Cathy Carter believes in maintaining close relationships with her client-family, knowing that any successful business takes care of people first. Cathy's knowledge, dedication, and expertise will exceed your buying, selling or relocation expectations. Cathy has a results-driven attitude, provides exceptional service and goes above and beyond what is expected for every buyer and seller. Whether you're ready to search homes for sale in Gilbert or its time to list your current property, Cathy will do whatever is necessary to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. To find out more about buying or selling real estate in Gilbert, please contact Cathy today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here   CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578 Cathy Carter www.RealEstateChandler.com Search for your Dream Home Today Click Here Email Me 480-459-8488 Direct  Leave A Reply On Facebook 
                                  

                        Homes for Sale Mesa Arizona

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                        Why You Should Consider Homes for Sale Mesa Arizona Located 29.3 miles southeast of Phoenix, AZ, the city of Mesa has a booming economy and one of the fast-growing airports in the U.S. If you are currently in the market to buy a home in the greater Phoenix area, homes for sale Mesa Arizona deserve consideration. Boasting a rich cultural heritage, a healthy job market, a vibrant downtown, a nationally recognized school district, and plenty of year-round outdoor recreation opportunities, Mesa has a lot to offer. Real estate in Mesa Arizona is surprisingly affordable and runs the gamut from urban condos in the heart of things to single-family homes in established neighborhoods and gated subdivisions to upscale homes in exclusive golf course and waterfront communities to sprawling luxury estates with breathtaking views. Whether you are looking to upsize, downsize or you’re planning to relocate from another part of the Phoenix area or beyond, you’ll need a qualified agent to help you navigate the local market and find the perfect home. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and a top REALTOR® in Mesa Arizona with over two decades of experience. Cathy’s knowledge, professionalism, and expertise in the local market will give you the assurance you need for making the best home purchase decision. Get started on finding your dream today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here    Search homes for sale Mesa Arizona on our easy-to-use website, featuring the most accurate, up-to-date listings available You'll be able to save your search, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about real estate in Mesa Arizona, current market trends, and living in this vibrant Arizona city: Browse Real Estate in Mesa Arizona by Price All Listings Under $100,000 $100,000 - $200,000 $200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000 $500,000 - $600,000 $600,000 - $700,000 $700,000 - $800,000 $800,000 - $900,000 $900,000 - $1,000,000 Over $1,000,000 Search All Homes for sale Mesa Arizona If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about any of the above homes for sale Mesa Arizona, please contact top REALTOR® in Mesa Arizona - Cathy Carter, specializing in newer homes and luxury real estate. More About Real Estate in Mesa Arizona Over the past several years, the Mesa market has continued to remain strong and with home values and home prices on the rise, now is the perfect time to buy and take advantage of still-affordable homes. Just over the last year, Mesa home values increased by 5.2 and industry experts predict they will go up another 3.1 within the next year. The median price of currently listed homes for sale Mesa Arizona is $285,000. A qualified agent holds the key to finding the best homes, negotiating the most favorable terms and price, and facilitating a smooth and successful transaction. As a licensed, professional real estate agent in Mesa, Cathy Carter stays on top of the local market at all times and is the first to know when new inventory becomes available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the best homes and securing an offer.   Cathy will evaluate the prices of real estate in Mesa Arizona currently on the market and comparable homes that have sold in recent months to determine whether the seller’s asking price is in line with market data to ensure that you get the most value for your money. Cathy can also help educate you about the different neighborhoods and communities in Mesa, the types of homes and features offered, the builders, schools, area amenities, and so much more. Streamline your home search by having Cathy put together a list of homes for sale Mesa Arizona that best fit for your lifestyle and needs. Feel free to call Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or get in touch with her here. Why Homes buyers Should Consider Living in Mesa, Arizona  The city of Mesa is bordered to the west by Tempe, to the north by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, to the south by Chandler, Gilbert, and Queen Creek, and to the east by Apache Junction. Home to nearly 484,587 people, Mesa is the third-largest city in Arizona behind Phoenix and Tuscon. Apple, Bridgestone, FUJIFILM, and Mitsubishi are among many large companies that are active in Mesa and Boeing has been making Apache helicopters in Mesa for decades. Currently, Mesa is experiencing tremendous economic growth with the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport attracting many new businesses to the area and fueling the local economy. For parents with school-age children, Mesa Public Schools (MPS) is a nationally recognized school district filled with top-rated schools. The largest school district in Arizona, MPS has 57 elementary schools, 11 middle schools, and 6 high schools along with a number of magnet and charter alternative school options. The district has earned national recognition for its quality educational programs and student achievement in the arts, sports, academics, and career training programs. Parents can choose from a variety of different programs including Montessori, International Baccalaureate, dual-language immersion, honors, and Advanced Placement courses, and Franklin traditional schools. Mesa is also home to Mesa Community College the East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), and several other institutions of higher learning that are listed here.   Mesa’s vibrant Downton is filled with international restaurants, trendy eateries, shops, sports bars, breweries, nightlife venues, galleries, museums, pedestrian-friendly gathering areas, and more. The Mesa Arts Center is s performing and visual arts complex in downtown Mesa, which features concerts, performing arts, events, art activities, music, dance, shows, and comedy performances. In addition to Mesa Arts, the city has several museums including the i.d.e.a. Museum (a children's museum), Arizona Museum of Natural History, and Mesa Historical Museum. Mesa has a number of great shopping destinations situated throughout the city including Superstition Springs Center, featuring more than 150  stores and eateries, an outdoor amphitheater that hosts a free concert series throughout the year, a double-decker carousel and indoor children's play area. Village Square at Dana Park is a fashion-focused lifestyle center with high-end retailers, several eateries offering al fresco dining, fountains, and palm-tree-lined driveways. Mesa Marketplace Swap Meet is situated on 55 acres displaying up to 1,600 booths and offers a vast assortment of reasonably priced goods that you simply can't find anywhere else. Mesa Riverview is the city's largest retail center where you can enjoy great values at over 30 brand-name retailers including Bed Bath & Beyond, Marshall's, Sports Authority, and more. When it comes to dining out, Mesa serves as a culinary gateway to the Phoenix metro area, with the region's neighboring farms providing seasonal goods to enjoy in the city's many restaurants. From farm to fork, comfort foods, tapas, wine bars, craft breweries, and gastro pubs, Mesa offers it all Mesa and the surrounding area offer plenty of opportunities for year-round outdoor recreation such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, water sports, and more. Usery Mountain Regional Park offers more than 29 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Lost Dutchman State Park offers several trails that lead from the park into the Superstition Wilderness and surrounding Tonto National Forest. San Tan Mountain Regional Park has more than eight miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Within 30 minutes of Mesa are Apache Lake, Canyon Lake, Roosevelt Lake, Saguaro Lake, and Salt River, where you can enjoy water activities like boating, fishing, rafting, kayaking, water skiing, wakeboarding, and jet skiing.   Considered a golfer’s paradise, Mesa has some of the best golf clubs in Arizona, designed by golf pros and architects like Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Jack Nicklaus, and Pete Dye. Golfers can enjoy variety of options from challenging desert golf to traditional links play at Las Sendas Golf Club, Longbow Golf Club, Toka Sticks Golf Club, Painted Mountain Golf Resort, Superstition Springs Golf Club, Dobson Ranch Golf Course, and Augusta Ranch Golf Club, with dozens of additional courses located within easy driving distance.  For baseball fans, Mesa is situated in the heart of Arizona's Cactus League Spring Training Baseball, home to two major spring training teams – the Chicago Cubs at Sloan Park (the largest spring training stadium by capacity in Major League Baseball) and the Oakland A’s at Hohokam Stadium, which recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation. Over the years, some of the greatest ballplayers in the history of the game have played in Mesa such as Willie Mays, Ty Cobb, Mickey Mantle, and Joe DiMaggio, just to name a few. The city provides easy access to several major routes including US-60 (Superstition Freeway), SR-87, and the Loop 101 and 202 freeways, making it easy to get around town and beyond. Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro and the Valley Metro Rail. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is conveniently located in South Mesa and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is located within easy driving distance, 12.7 miles from the center of town. Partner with Top REALTOR® in Mesa Arizona - Cathy Carter Although the real estate market is always changing, Cathy’s knowledge, experience, and commitment to exceptional, personalized service is something you can always count on. As your personal agent, Cathy will always take the time to listen to your needs and concerns, keep you updated throughout the buying or selling process and will do whatever is necessary to facilitate a smooth and successful transaction.   If you’re looking to sell your home in Mesa, Cathy incorporates the most effective and cutting-edge marketing approaches for getting your home sold quickly and for top dollar. Your property will be listed in hundreds of locations all around the Internet and will get exposure on all the major sites like Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, Movato.com, Homes.com, and other many other sites that homebuyers frequently visit. An expert negotiator, Cathy will work hard to protect your investment by making sure that no money is left on the table.   For out-of-town buyers, Cathy is also a relocation expert and will make sure the details of your home purchase and move to your new home are handled professionally and with care. Partner with Cathy and she will be there to protect your interests, advocate for you, and handle all the details of your home purchase or sale for the most favorable results. For more information about real estate Mesa Arizona, please contact Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578 Post by Cathy Carter Cathy has been in the Real Estate industry for over two and a half decades in the Arizona market. She has the ability and confidence along with continued education that is necessary to succeed in this ever-changing market. Cathy specializes in difficult to move properties in the Chandler Area. Quick to respond to all tasks required. Equator Certified Platinum for Bank owned homes and Short Sales as well. CATHY CARTER WWW.REALESTATECHANDLER.COM SEARCH FOR YOUR DREAM HOME TODAY CLICK HERE LEAVE A REPLY ON FACEBOOK EMAIL ME 480-459-8488 DIRECT         
                                  

                        Mesa Homes for Sale With Pool

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                        Explore Mesa Homes for Sale With Pool The third-largest city in Arizona on the heels of Phoenix and Tuscon, Mesa has all the advantages of a large city and is also still surprisingly affordable. Boasting over 330 days of warm weather and sunshine, a booming economy, a healthy job market, an excellent school system, and plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities, Mesa is an attractive destination to put down roots and buy a home. Buyers who are interested in Mesa homes for sale with pool will find a wide range of residential choices. From single-family homes in established neighborhoods and gated subdivisions to upscale homes in exclusive golf course and waterfront communities to sprawling luxury estates with breathtaking views, real estate in Mesa accommodates every lifestyle and buyer. In order to find the perfect home in the neighborhood you want to live in, buyers will want to partner with a qualified agent. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and a top REALTOR® in Mesa with over 25 years of local experience. Intimately familiar with the local market, Cathy has helped hundreds of families find and get into the home fo their dreams. Get the process started today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here     Search Mesa homes for sale with pool on our easy-to-use website, featuring the most accurate, up-to-date listings available You'll be able to save your search, create a free account, and receive alerts of new listings that match your home criteria delivered directly to your email. Also, be sure to scroll down below to learn more about real estate in Mesa, current market trends, and living in this thriving Southeast Valley community in the Phoenix metro area: Search Mesa Homes for Sale with Pool by Price All Listings Under $100,000 $100,000 - $200,000 $200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000 $500,000 - $600,000 $600,000 - $700,000 $700,000 - $800,000 $800,000 - $900,000 $900,000 - $1,000,000 Over $1,000,000 Browse All Real Estate in Mesa  If you would like to schedule a private showing or would like more information about any of the above Mesa homes for sale with pool, please contact top REALTOR® in Mesa - Cathy Carter, specializing in newer homes and luxury real estate. More About Real Estate in Mesa and Current Market Trends   The Mesa market is very hot right now and with property values and home prices only going up, now is the perfect time to buy and take advantage of still-affordable real estate in Mesa. Home values in Mesa have increased 5.2 over the last year and industry experts predict they will go up another 3.1 within the next year. The median price of currently listed Mesa homes for sale with pool is around $285,000. As a top REALTOR® in Mesa, Cathy Carter makes it a point to stay on top of the market at all times and is always aware of new inventory as soon as it becomes available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the best homes and securing an offer.   Cathy will evaluate the prices of Mesa homes on the market and comparable homes that have sold in recent months to determine whether the seller’s asking price is in line with the current market data to ensure that you get the most value for your money. With Cathy as your personal agent, you will receive the most accurate, reliable, and trustworthy information available as you make one of the most important personal and financial and decisions in your lifetime. Get started on your home search today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here Why Homebuyers Should Consider Mesa Homes for Sale with Pool  Mesa is the third-largest city in Arizona on the heels of Phoenix and Tuscon and is currently experiencing tremendous economic growth. Apple, Bridgestone, FUJIFILM, and Mitsubishi are among many large companies that are active in Mesa and Boeing has been making Apache helicopters in Mesa for decades. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport,  the fast-growing airport in the country, is attracting many new businesses to the area and fueling the economy not only for Mesa but the entire state. Mesa has a vibrant downtown filled with international restaurants, trendy eateries, shops, sports bars, breweries, nightlife venues, galleries, museums, pedestrian-friendly gathering areas, and more. The Mesa Arts Center is s performing and visual arts complex in downtown Mesa, which features concerts, performing arts, events, art activities, music, dance, shows, and comedy performances. In addition to Mesa Arts, the city has several museums including the i.d.e.a. Museum (a children's museum), Arizona Museum of Natural History, and Mesa Historical Museum. The city has multiple shopping destinations to choose from including Superstition Springs Center, which features more than 150  stores and eateries, an outdoor amphitheater that hosts a free concert series throughout the year, a double-decker carousel and indoor children's play area. Village Square at Dana Park is a fashion-focused lifestyle center with high-end retailers, several eateries offering al fresco dining, fountains, and palm-tree-lined driveways. Mesa Marketplace Swap Meet is situated on 55 acres displaying up to 1,600 booths and offers a vast assortment of reasonably priced goods that you simply can't find anywhere else. Mesa Riverview is the city's largest retail center where you can enjoy great values at over 30 brand-name retailers including Bed Bath & Beyond, Marshall's, Sports Authority, and more. When it comes to dining out, Mesa serves as a culinary gateway to the Phoenix metro area, with the region's neighboring farms providing seasonal goods to enjoy in the city's many restaurants. From farm to fork, comfort foods, tapas, wine bars, craft breweries, and gastro pubs, Mesa offers it all. Most of the community is served by Mesa Public Schools (MPS), the largest school district in Arizona. Filled with top-rated schools, MPS has 57 elementary schools, 11 middle schools, and 6 high schools along with a number of magnet and charter alternative school options. The district has earned national recognition for its quality educational programs and student achievement in the arts, sports, academics, and career training programs. Parents can choose from a variety of different programs including Montessori, International Baccalaureate, dual-language immersion, honors, and Advanced Placement courses, and Franklin traditional schools. Mesa is also home to Mesa Community College the East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), and several other institutions of higher learning that are listed here.   With over 330 days of warm weather and sunshine, Mesa and the surrounding area provide abundant opportunities for year-round outdoor recreation such as hiking, biking, climbing, horseback riding, water sports, and more. Usery Mountain Regional Park offers more than 29 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Lost Dutchman State Park offers several trails that lead from the park into the Superstition Wilderness and surrounding Tonto National Forest. San Tan Mountain Regional Park offers more than eight miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Within 30 minutes of Mesa are Apache Lake, Canyon Lake, Roosevelt Lake, Saguaro Lake, and Salt River, where you can enjoy water activities like boating, fishing, rafting, kayaking, water skiing, wakeboarding, and jet skiing.  For golf lovers, Mesa has some of the best golf clubs in the valley - designed by golf pros and architects like Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Jack Nicklaus, and Pete Dye. Golfers enjoy a variety of options from challenging desert golf to traditional links play at Las Sendas Golf Club, Longbow Golf Club, Toka Sticks Golf Club, Painted Mountain Golf Resort, Superstition Springs Golf Club, Dobson Ranch Golf Course, and Augusta Ranch Golf Club, with dozens of additional courses within easy driving distance. Situated in the heart of Arizona's Cactus League Spring Training Baseball, Mesa is home to two major spring training teams – the Chicago Cubs at Sloan Park (the largest spring training stadium by capacity in Major League Baseball) and the Oakland A’s at Hohokam Stadium, which recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation. Over the years, some of the greatest ballplayers in the history of the game have played in Mesa such as Willie Mays, Ty Cobb, Mickey Mantle, and Joe DiMaggio, just to name a few. Mesa provides easy access to several major routes for hassle-free commuting including US-60 (Superstition Freeway), SR-87, and the Loop 101 and 202 freeways. Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro and the Valley Metro Rail. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is conveniently located in South Mesa and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is located within easy driving distance, 12.7 miles from the center of town. Partner With The Best REALTOR® in Mesa - Cathy Carter    Serving the local community since 1997, Cathy Carter believes in maintaining close relationships with her client-family, knowing that any successful business takes care of people first. Cathy's extensive local knowledge, dedication, and expertise will exceed your buying, selling or relocation expectations.  Whether you're interested in homes for sale in Mesa with pool or you're ready to list your current property, Cathy provides exceptional service and will do whatever is necessary to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. To find out more about buying or selling real estate in Mesa, please contact Cathy today at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch with her here   CATHY CARTER, ABR, CRS, CDPE RE/MAX Alliance Group 725 W. Elliot Rd., Suite 111 Gilbert, AZ.  85233 Cell: 480-459-8488 Toll-Free: 800-519-5578 Post by Cathy Carter Cathy has been in the Real Estate industry for over two and a half decades in the Arizona market. She has the ability and confidence along with continued education that is necessary to succeed in this ever-changing market. Cathy specializes in difficult to move properties in the Chandler Area. Quick to respond to all tasks required. Equator Certified Platinum for Bank owned homes and Short Sales as well.   CATHY CARTER WWW.REALESTATECHANDLER.COM SEARCH FOR YOUR DREAM HOME TODAY CLICK HERE LEAVE A REPLY ON FACEBOOK EMAIL ME 480-459-8488 DIRECT               
                                  

                        2017 Honda Civic - $19,990 - Gilbert, Arizona

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                        19,020 mi, White, Continuously Variable. Pre-Owned, EX-L 4dr Hatchback w/Navi, Gas, 31(city)/40(highway) mpg, Continuously Variable, I4, 1.50L, Front wheel drive. Options: Turbocharged | Front Wheel Drive | Power Steering | Abs | 4-Wheel Disc Brakes | Brake Assist | Aluminum Wheels | Tires - Front ...
                                  

                        Phoenix Elite Event at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row

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                        On Wednesday, November 13th Phoenix Elites were invited to Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in Gilbert for a night full of good old fashioned country fun! Whiskey Row is an American gastropub with award-winning food and craft cocktails, live music, an open air patio, and fun games for all ages.  Guests were greeted with smiles and... Read more

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                        Childhood Immunization Clinic

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                        Event date: December 4, 2019
                        Event Time: 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
                        Location:
                        1003 Gilbert St
                        Charles City, IA 50616
                        Description:
                        This is an immunization clinic for children up to the age of 18 that have Medicaid (T19), that are under-insured (insurance doesn't cover immunization) or have NO insurance. You MUST call to set up an appointment, (641-257-6111) please call in advance as clinic does fill up in advance. If you do not have T19, we will ask for a $19.00 donation fee for each shot.
                                  

                        Childhood Immunization Clinic

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                        Event date: December 10, 2019
                        Event Time: 01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
                        Location:
                        1003 Gilbert St
                        Charles City, IA 50616
                        Description:
                        This is an immunization clinic for children up to the age of 18 that have Medicaid (T19), that are under-insured (insurance doesn't cover immunization) or have NO insurance. You MUST call to set up an appointment, (641-257-6111) please call in advance as clinic does fill up in advance. If you do not have T19, we will ask for a $19.00 donation fee for each shot.
                                  

                        Nuit Des Hulottes Gilbert

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                        Inconvenient No 61 Ete 2015 Islam Islamisme Islamophobie David Dorais Alain Roy Serge Bouchard Mathieu Belisle Olivier Maillart Etienne Savignac Ugo Gilbert

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                        Inconvenient No 61 Ete 2015 Islam Islamisme Islamophobie David Dorais Alain Roy Serge Bouchard Mathieu Belisle Olivier Maillart Etienne Savignac Ugo Gilbert
                                  

                        Inconvenient No 62 Automne 2015 La Tyrannie De La Rumeur Serge Bouchard Mathieu Belisle Mauricio Segura Georges Privet Benoit Melancon Ugo Gilbert Trembay

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                        Inconvenient No 62 Automne 2015 La Tyrannie De La Rumeur Serge Bouchard Mathieu Belisle Mauricio Segura Georges Privet Benoit Melancon Ugo Gilbert Trembay
                                  

                        Dishwasher - Chilis - Gilbert, AZ

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                        Keep the dish room and equipment clean and organized. Be A Part Of What's Trending At Today's Chili's. Our Heart of House Team Members are responsible for…
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                        Comment on Newest Adds to Saving Country Music’s Top 25 Current Playlist (#54) by OlaR

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                        The Other Playlist: The question: Spotify? The answer: No! But: stay tuned...things can change. Best Country Track 2019 (so far): Jake Ward – “Where The Wind Blows” Most Played Country Track 2019 (so far): Grant Gilbert – “Hey Bartender” Most Played Country Track November/December (so far): Kylie Frey – “One Night In Tulsa” Current Guilty Pleasure Track: Chris Colston – “First Dirt Road” Best NEW Artist or Song: Jimmy Bowen - "Single Down In San Antone" Debut single. George Strait styled midtempo track with steel & fiddle. Good to sing along. Active / Current: Kristy Cox – “Train” Jon Stork – “Facts & Lies” Jon Stork – “Radio Cowboy” Triston Marez – “Far From Good” Felicity Urquhart – “Frozen Rabbit” Grayson Jenkins – “Cowboy Dream” Brandon Rohr – “Bonfires & Barstools” Katy McKenzie – “Advice I Didn’t Take” Cody Hibbard – “Half Whiskey Half Lonely” Donna Ulisse – “When I Go All Bluegrass On You” Lucas Jagneaux & The Roadshow – “Counting Yellow Lines” Active / New: Gina Jeffreys - "Do That" Joe Noto - Chasin' After You" Erin Enderlin – “Till It’s Gone” Colin Elmore - "California Moon" Erin Enderlin - "Hell Comin' Down" Ags Connolly - "Early Morning Rain" Ags Connolly - "Sad Songs Forever" Blan Scott Band – “West Texas Turbine” Tracy McNeil & The Goodlife - "Catch You" Micky & The Motorcars – “Hold This Town Together” Tom Curtain feat. Lee Kernaghan & Sata Storer - "She Gave Us The Song" Active / ReCurrent & Country Gold: Cliff Cody – “Tears & Scars” Wade Proctor - "Texas Tonight" Dixiana - "I Did't Think You'd Care" Buffalo Club - "If She Don't Love You" Tracy McNeil & The Goodlife - "Better Thing" Playlist / Testing: Frank Vieira - "The Ticket" David James - "All The Time" Sara O'Connor - "Ain't Home" Emma Dykes - "The Drovers" Logan Samford - "Broke Heart" Fanny Lumsden - "These Days" Tami Neilson - "Hey, Bus Driver" Charlie Shafter - "Leave Her Wild" James Garland - "Drink You Away" Rick Faris - "If The Kansas River Can" Jimmy Kerley Band - "Ain't Enough Texas" Katelyn Molloy - "Good Girls Gona Go Bad"
                                  

                        Quand Gilbert trouvait Evenepoel arrogant: "Mais il a toujours mis en pratique ce qu'il annonçait"

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                        En vue du Vélo de crystal, qui récompensera le meilleur coureur belge de l'année, ce mercredi soir, Philippe Gilbert s'est confié à nos confrères du Laatste Nieuws.
                                  

                        What I’m thankful for on the Browns: Browns Film Room

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                        In his latest film room, WFNY's Joe Gilbert explores the things he is thankful for on the Cleveland Browns.
                                  

                        Emergency Veterinarian in Gilbert, AZ | AVECCC

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                        Gilbert, Arizona, Arizona Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Center in Gilbert, AZ is seeking an experienced Emergency Veterinarian to join their growing team! AVECCC is looking for individuals who are focused on qu
                                  

                        Voix plurielles , n° 16, 2019

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                        Voix plurielles , 16.2, décembre 2019) Association des professeur.es de français des universités et collèges canadiens (APFUCC), 2019. EAN13 : 19250614. ISSN 1925-0614 https://journals.library.brocku.ca/index.php/voixplurielles SOMMAIRE Voix plurielles 16.2 (2019)EditorialCatherine Parayre1PDFL’imaginaire de la forêt, dir. Julien DefraeyeL’imaginaire de la forêt dans les littératures contemporaines d’expression françaiseJulien Defraeye2-4PDFLa forêt comme « tremplin pour s’élever plus haut » : composition et représentation de la forêt de Fontainebleau entre réel et imaginaire chez Théodore Rousseau et Gustave Flaubert Nathan Germain5-21PDFLa forêt dans Éducation européenne, un espace humaniste : de l’esthétique à l’éthique Lou Mourlan22-36PDFUne esthétique de l’esquive : stratégies de résistance et de retrait dans l’espace sylvestre de Sylvain TessonHalia Koo37-58PDFLa forêt comme lieu de mémoire et d’oubli dans Les aubes écarlates (2009) et La saison de l’ombre (2013) de Léonora Miano Robert Miller, Gloria Onyeoziri59-73PDFTransmission initiatique et conscience écologique dans les nouvelles de Ludovic Obiang Fabiola Obame74-87PDFLes représentations des mangroves de Mayotte dans la littérature francophone : approche géocritique dans le cadre du projet interdisciplinaire ARESMA Linda Rasoamanana88-105PDFDes chemins de traverse qui ne mènent pas nulle part : Forêts, de Wajdi Mouawad, ou l’entrelacs de l’histoire et de l’intime, du politique et du psychique Pascal Vacher106-116PDFUne écopoétique de la désorientation dans la forêt du langage de Jean Chicoine Antonio Viselli117-131PDFVariaLe lieu dans Un vent se lève qui éparpille : du pareil au même ?Suzanne Legault132-144PDFLes sept noms du peintre de Philipe le Guillou : Une écriture à l’épreuve de la « capture des forces » picturalesClaude Dédomon145-156PDFCréationUn reporter de guerre en temps de paixDidier Leclair157-161PDFComptes rendusBouvet, Rachel. Tisser les voixAdina Balint162-163PDFDucharme, Nathalie. Le roman d’aventures au Québec, 1837-1900Dominique Plantiers164-165PDFMichelet, Magali. L’Ouest raconté par Magali Michelet. Chroniques pionnières (1906-1916). Dir. Sathya RaoDominique Plantiers166-167PDFFoletti, Ivan, Katarína Kravčíková, Adrien Palladino et Sabina Rosenbergová, dir. Migrating Art Historians. On the Sacred WaysCatherine Parayre168-169PDFFontaine, Naomi. ShuniJulien Defraeye170PDFLambert, Kevin. Querelle de RobervalJulien Defraeye171PDFLacelle, Andrée, dir. Poèmes de la résistanceNicholas Hauck172-173PDFGilbert, Patrice. Le porto d’un gars de l’OntarioLaurence Sauge174-175PDFHarbec, Hélène. Jusqu’à quand un petit art de vivreEric Jamme176-177PDFDalpé, Jean Marc. La QueensFabien Antoine178PDFFahmy, Jean Mohsen. La sultane dévoiléeFabien Antoine179PDFFerland, Charles-Etienne. Une dent contre l’ordinaireCatherine Parayre180PDFSavary, Alain. Le grand détour pour traverser la rueCarlos Liva181-182PDFFadanni, Laurent. Visages dionysiaquesLaurence Sauge183PDF
                                  

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                        Saint Cecilia: Valiant Model of Heroic Catholic Purity

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                        Today is the great feast of Saint Cecilia. I am sure that more than a few readers who have been to the Church of Saint Cecilia in the Trastevere district of Rome and have seen where she was put to rest in the Catacombs of Saint Pope Saint Callistus along the Appian Way. Here is the exterior of the Church of Saint Cecilia (we couldn't go in on May 21, 2005, as the church was closed for the lunch break, which lasts three hours, and as our dear Lucy came down with a horrible earache that prompted us to take her to Gesu Bambino Ospitale in Rome):

                        May 21, 2005

                         

                        Below pictured is a depiction of Saint Cecilia's body resting in the Catacombs of Pope Saint Callistus as found in Our Lady of the Sun Church, El Mirage, Arizona:

                        November 21, 2006

                        The Matins for today's Divine Office provides an account of the life of Saint Cecilia, whose name is read every day in the Canon of Holy Mass: 

                        Cecilia was a Roman maiden of noble birth, trained up from her earliest years in the teaching of the Christian faith, and who by vow consecrated her virginity to God. She was afterwards given in marriage, against her will, to Valerian. On the first night she said to him Valerian! I am under the wardship of an Angel, who keepeth me always a maiden. Therefore do nothing unto me, lest the anger of God should be aroused against thee. Valerian was moved at her words, and dared not to touch her. Also he added even this, that he would believe in Christ, if he could see the Angel. Cecilia answered him that that could not be unless he were first baptized, and for the sake of seeing the Angel he was willing. So she bade him go unto Pope Urban, who was hiding in the sepulchre of the Martyrs on the Appian Way on account of the persecution. And he went unto him and was baptized.

                        Whence he came back to Cecilia, and found her praying, and the Angel with her, shining from the glory of God. As soon as he had recovered from the shock of wonder and fear, he brought his brother Tiburtius, and Cecilia taught him Christ, and he was baptized by the same Pope Urban, and he also was vouchsafed to see the Angel whom his brother had seen. A little while after, both of them bravely suffered martyrdom under the Praefect Almachius, who then caused Cecilia to be taken, and asked of her, first of all, where was the property of Tiburtius and Valerian?

                        To him the Virgin answered that all their goods had been given to the poor. Thereupon he was filled with fury, and commanded her to be taken home, and burnt in the bath. She was in that place a day and a night, but the fire had not harmed her. Then was sent the executioner, who gave her three strokes of the axe, and, as he could not cut off her head, left her half-dead. Three days thereafter, upon the 22nd day of November, in the reign of the Emperor Alexander Severus, she winged her flight for heaven, glorified with the two palms of virginity and martyrdom. Her body was buried in the cemetery of Callistus by the aforenamed Pope Urban, who also consecrated a Church in her name in her own house. Her relics were brought into the city by Pope Paschal I, along with those of Tiburtius, Valerian, and Maximus, and all laid together in the said Church of St Cecilia. (Matins, The Divine Office, Feast of Saint Cecilia.)

                        Dom Prosper Gueranger's reflection on the life of Saint Cecilia includes a description of the vices of ancient Rome that exist currently right here in the United States of America, which is about to celebrate its annual "thanksgiving day" (Gilbert Keith Chesterton wrote: "The Americans have established a Thanksgiving Day to celebrate the fact that the Pilgrim Fathers reached America. The English might very well establish another Thanksgiving Day to celebrate the happy fact that the Pilgrim Fathers left England." Gilbert Keith Chesterton, quoted in Father Denis Fahey, The Mystical Body of Christ in the Modern World, p. 16.):

                        Caecilia united in her veins the blood of kings with that of Rome's greatest heroes. At the time of the first preaching of the Gospel, more than one ancient patrician family had seen its direct line become extinct. But the adoptions and alliances, which under the Republic had knot more closely the great families by linking them all to the most illustrious among them, formed as it were a common fund of glory, which, even in the days of decline, was passed on intact to the survivors of the aristocracy.

                        It has now been demonstrated by the undeniable witness of monuments that Christianity from the very beginning took possession of that glory, by adopting its heirs; and that by a wonderful disposition of divine Providence, the founders of the Rome of the Pontiffs were these last representatives of the Republic, thus preserved in order to give to the two phases of Roman history that powerful unity which is the distinguishing note of divine works. Heretofore bound together by the same patriotism, the Cornelii and the AEmilii, alike heirs of the Fabii, the Caecili, Valerii, Sergeii, Furii, Claudii, Pomponii, Plautii, and Acilli, eldest sons of the Gentile Church, strengthened the connections formed during the Republic and firmly established, even in the first and second centuries of Christianity, the new Roman society. In the same centuries, and under the influence of the religion preached by St. Peter and St. Paul, there came to be grated on the ever vigorous trunk of the old aristocracy the best members of the new imperial and consular families, worthy by their truly Roman virtues, practised amid the general depravity, to reinforce the thinned ranks of Rome's founders, and to fill up, without too sudden a transition, the voids made by time in the true patrician houses. Thus was Rome working out her destiny; thus was accomplished the building up of the eternal city being accomplished by the very men who had formerly, by their blood or by their genius, established her strong and mighty on the seven hills.

                        Caecilia, the lawful representative of the unparalleled aristocracy, the fairest flower of the old stem, was also the last. The second century was passing away, the third, which was to see the empire fall from the hands of Septimus Severus first to the Orientals and then to the barbarians from the banks of the Danube, offered small chance of preservation for the remnants of the ancient nobility. The true Roman society was henceforth at an end; for, save a few individual exceptions, there remained nothing more of Roman but the name: the vain adornment of freedmen and upstarts, who, under the princes worthy of them, indulged their passions at the expense of those around them.

                        Caecilia therefore appeared at the right moment, personifying with the utmost dignity the society that was about to disappear because its work was accomplished. In her strength and her beauty, adorned with the royal purple of martyrdom, she represents ancient Rome rising proud and glorious to the skies, before the upstart Caesars who, by immolating her in their jealousy, unconsciously executed the divine plan. The blood of kings and heroes, flowing from her triple wound, is the libation of the old nobility to Christ the conqueror, to the Blessed Trinity the Rule of nations it is the final consecration, which reveals in its full extent the sublime vocation of the valiant races called to found the eternal Rome.

                        But we must not think that to-day's feast is meant to excite us in a merely theoretical and fruitless admiration. The Church recognizes and honours in Saint Caecilia three characteristics, which, united together, distinguish her among all the blessed in heaven, and are a source of grace and an example to men. These three characteristics are, virginity, apostolic zeal, and the super-human courage which enabled her to bear torture and death. Such is the threefold teaching conveyed by this one Christian life.

                        In an age so blindly abandoned as ours to the worship of the senses, is it not time to protest by the strong lessons of our faith, against a fascination which even the children of the promise can hardly resist? Never since the fall of the Roman Empire have morals, and with them the family and society, been so seriously threatened. For long years literature, the arts, the comforts of life, have had but one aim: to propose physical enjoyment as the only end of man's destiny. Society already counts an immense number of members who live entirely a life of the senses. Alas for the day when it will expect to save itself by relying on their energy! The Roman Empire thus attempted several times to shake off the yoke of invasion: it fell, never to rise again. (Dom Prosper Gueranger, The Liturgical Year.

                         

                        Will the same be written one day of the United States of America?

                         

                        Dom Prosper Gueranger's description of ancient Rome, especially in the last paragraph quoted above, could be a description of the United States of America as its has degenerated more and more over the decades as a result of its false premises that stem from the heresies of the Protestant Revolt and the anti-Incarnational naturalism of Modernity, so exemplified by Judeo-Masonry.

                        We can be the leaven in our society that Saint Cecilia was in hers.

                        We can be the witnesses to Christ the King and to Mary our Immaculate Queen as were Saint Cecilia and her chaste husband Saint Valerian, who did not get to see her Guardian Angel until he converted to the Catholic Faith, and her brother-in-law Saint Tiburtius, and the pope who buried her in the Catacombs of Saint Callistus, Pope Saint Urban I.

                        We can imitate their heroism in behalf of our true Catholic patriotism, which seeks the conversion of our lands, at a time when the scions of the American civil state, who have shed so much Catholic blood in their own day (continuing the "tradition" that had been inaugurated by their Masonic predecessors), are more than willing to use torture against those whom they deem to be "threats" to national security and civil tranquility.

                        Today, the Feast of Saint Cecilia, provides us with an opportunity to reflect upon the fact that we are called to exhibit the love of the Holy Faith that was demonstrated by Saint Cecilia throughout her life, especially as she faced and endured her martyrdom.

                        It may not be God's Holy Will for there to be a Catholic States of America. The world may be too far gone. We do not know this for sure. We cannot give up the battle for Christ the King and Mary our Immaculate Queen. We must live and work and pray for a day when everyone in the midst of the United States of America and the world will be a Catholic, seeing in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass the only true Thanksgiving (the world Eucharist means Thanksgiving, of course) on the face of this earth. Then and only then will a national day of Thanksgiving be properly oriented as an expression of gratitude of an entire nation of men living under the sweet, gentle yoke of Christ the King that liberates them from an enslavement to sin and selfishness and all of the various falsehoods that emanate from the devil and lead souls directly to Hell.

                        Oh, sure, we can Catholicize the secular thanksgiving day today as best we can as long as we do not extol nationalist, naturalist mythologies and as long as we understand that we must be grateful for being given the gift of the true Faith that will enable us to plant a few seeds for the restoration of the Catholic City.

                        More importantly, however, we must celebrate with true joy the liturgical feasts on the calendar of the Catholic Church, making these coming days of holiday from work by learning more about the cloud of witnesses in Heaven who led lives of ordinary sanctity and/or extraordinary courage in the face of martyrdom to work out their salvation in fear and in trembling.

                        We have a true horn-of-plenty of feasts coming up within the next week prior to the start of Advent (Pope Saint Clement I tomorrow, November 23, Saint John of the Cross and Saint Chrsogonus, November 24, Saint Catherine of Alexandria, November 25, Saint Sylvester the Abbot and Saint Peter of Alexandria and Saint Leonard of Port Maurice, November 26, Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, November 27, and Saint Catherine Laboure, November 28. Oh, we have so much to be grateful for as Catholics, do we not?

                        There are two particular feasts coming up, however, that should warm the hearts of Catholics in the United States and throughout all of the Americas.

                        The first is the the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, on December 8, a Holy Day of Obligation and the Patronal Feast of the United States of America since 1847.

                        The second, of course, is the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12.

                        We should celebrate these feasts with great joy, begging Our Lady, who is our Immaculate Queen and the Mediatrix of All Graces, to shower us with graces so that we can be stalwart and valiant champions of the Social Kingship of her Divine Son, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We will spend all eternity giving thanks to the Blessed Trinity in her Queenly presence if we die in a state of Sanctifying Grace. Isn't it a marvelous expression of our Catholic Faith to organize public expressions of our love for Our King and Queen who set us free from all of the enslavements of the world, the flesh and the devil.

                        We must, therefore, reject each and every call to exalt in a false sense of civil liberty as so many are doing this day and every day. We must look to the only standard of true liberty, the Holy Cross, and to lift it high as we keep Our Lady company at Its foot each day in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass offered by true bishops and priests in the catacombs where no concessions are made to conciliarism or to the nonexistent "legitimacy" of its false shepherds, praying as many Rosaries each day as our state-in-life permits.

                        Indeed, Pope Leo XIII cogently summarize the meaning of true liberty in Libertas Praestantissimum, June 20, 1888:

                        5. Liberty, then, as We have said, belongs only to those who have the gift of reason or intelligence. Considered as to its nature, it is the faculty of choosing means fitted for the end proposed, for he is master of his actions who can choose one thing out of many. Now, since everything chosen as a means is viewed as good or useful, and since good, as such, is the proper object of our desire, it follows that freedom of choice is a property of the will, or, rather, is identical with the will in so far as it has in its action the faculty of choice. But the will cannot proceed to act until it is enlightened by the knowledge possessed by the intellect. In other words, the good wished by the will is necessarily good in so far as it is known by the intellect; and this the more, because in all voluntary acts choice is subsequent to a judgment upon the truth of the good presented, declaring to which good preference should be given. No sensible man can doubt that judgment is an act of reason, not of the will. The end, or object, both of the rational will and of its liberty is that good only which is in conformity with reason. (Pope Leo XIII, Libertas Praestantissimum, June 20, 1888.)

                        God has given us the gift of liberty to choose the end He has fitted for us, namely, the possession of the glory of the Beatific Vision of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost for all eternity in Heaven. We attain to this end by begging Our Lady to send us the graces necessary to adhere to all that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ has revealed to us through His Catholic Church as well as all that exists in the very nature of things (the Natural Law).

                        This is not the concept of liberty that is celebrated by most Americans as they live licentiously in accord with the prevailing ethos of relativism, materialism and hedonisim. We, though, are called to use our freedom as Saints Cecilia, Valerian and Tiburtius did, namely, to be willing to suffering everything, including martyrdom itself, to bear witness to Christ the King and His Holy Catholic Church in the midst of an unbelieving world. 

                        We must pray for the day when all men will give thanksgiving to the God Father through the God the Son in Spirit and in Truth, offering their Rosaries in a chorus of love and jubilation, as they explain with hearts consecrated to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary:

                        Vivat Christus Rex! Viva Cristo Rey!

                        Isn't it time to pray a Rosary now?

                        Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us now and the hour of our deaths. Amen.

                        All to thee, Blessed Mother. All to thy Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart. Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, we love you. Save souls!

                        Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us.

                        Saint Joseph, Patron of Departing Souls, pray for us.

                        Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.

                        Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.

                        Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.

                        Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

                        Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.

                        Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.

                        Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.  

                        Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.

                        Saint Cecilia, pray for us.


                                  

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                        Gilberte c'est une ambiance champêtre au chic décontracté, avec de larges lames de bois blond habillant murs et plafonds, des tables en marbre blanc ou noir, une vaste armoire à vin rutilante sur un côté de la salle et, face à l’entrée, un grand comptoir qui invite à faire une pause cocktail entre amis.
                                  

                        Dome: 4 Will You Speak This Word

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                        ‘With the demise of the group Wire in 1980, founder members Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis joined forces to create Dome. With the assistance of engineer Eric Radcliffe and his Blackwing Studio Dome took the ethic of “using the studio as a compositional tool” and recorded and released three Dome albums on their own label in the space of 12 months: DOME (July 1980), DOME 2 (October 1980) and DOME 3 (Octo- ber 1981). A final fourth album, WILL YOU SPEAK THIS WORD: DOME IV was re- leased on the Norwegian Uniton label in May 1983.

                        These albums represent some of the most beautifully stark and above all timeless exercises in studio experimentation from early 1980s alternative music scene.’

                        Tracklisting:
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                        El Flamengo golea al Palmeiras y el Santos se afianza en segundo puesto

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                        Sao Paulo, 1 dic (EFE).- El Flamengo, vencedor de la Copa Libertadores y el Campeonato Brasileño, derrotó este domingo por 1-3 a Palmeiras con dos tantos de 'Gabigol' y uno del uruguayo Giorgian De Arrascaeta, mientras que el Santos se afianzó en el segundo puesto tras ganar por 2-0 al Chapecoense.

                        La derrota del Palmeiras, la tercera consecutiva en la liga brasileña, le costó el puesto al técnico Mano Menezes, quien tan solo estuvo al frente del equipo durante tres meses.

                        - Resultados de la trigésimo sexta jornada:

                        . Sábado:

                        Ceará 1-1 Atlético Paranaense

                        Botafogo 0-1 Internacional

                        . Domingo:

                        Palmeiras 1-3 Flamengo

                        Avaí 1-1 Fluminense

                        Goiás 1-2 Fortaleza

                        Atlético Mineiro 2-1 Corinthians

                        CSA 1-2 Bahía

                        Gremio 3-0 Sao Paulo

                        Santos 2-0 Chapecoense

                        . Lunes:

                        Vasco-Crzueiro

                        - Clasificación:

                        PJ G E P GF GC Pts

                        .1. Flamengo 36 27 6 3 80 32 87

                        .2. Santos 36 21 8 7 56 32 71

                        .3. Palmeiras 36 19 11 6 54 31 68

                        .4. Gremio 36 18 8 10 60 36 62

                        .5. Ath. Paranaense 36 17 9 10 50 32 60

                        .6. Sao Paulo 36 15 12 9 35 28 57

                        .7. Internacional 36 15 9 12 41 36 54

                        .8. Corinthians 36 13 14 9 40 32 53

                        .9. Fortaleza 36 14 7 15 48 48 49

                        10. Goiás 36 14 7 15 42 57 49

                        11. Bahía 36 12 12 12 42 40 48

                        12. Atlético Mineiro 36 12 9 15 42 47 45

                        13. Vasco da Gama 35 11 11 13 36 43 44

                        14. Botafogo 36 13 3 20 30 42 42

                        15. Fluminense 36 11 9 16 36 45 42

                        16. Ceará 36 10 8 18 35 39 38

                        17. Cruzeiro 35 7 15 13 27 41 36

                        18. CSA 36 8 8 20 23 53 32

                        19. Chapecoense 36 6 10 20 27 51 28

                        20. Avaí 36 3 10 23 17 56 19

                        - Clasificación de goleadores:

                        Con 24: Gabriel Barbosa 'Gabigol' (Flamengo).

                        con 21: Bruno Henrique (Flamengo)

                        Con 13: Wéllington Paulista (Fortaleza), Eduardo Sasha (Santos), Everaldo (Chapecoense) y Gilberto (Bahía).

                        - Partidos de la trigésimo séptima jornada:

                        . Miércoles: Athletico Paranaense-Santos, Atlético Mineiro-Botafogo, Ceará-Corinthians, Chapecoense-CSA, Sao Paulo-Internacional, Fluminense-Fortaleza.

                        . Jueves: Gremio-Cruzeiro, Palmeiras-Goiás, Bahía-Vasco, Flamengo-Avaí. EFE


                                  

                        El Wilstermann golea por 7-1 al Destroyers con un póker de Gilbert Álvarez

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                        La Paz, 1 dic (EFE).- El boliviano Gilbert Álvarez contribuyó con un póker a la paliza por 7-1 propinada por el Wilstermann de Cochabamba al Destroyers de Santa Cruz en la decimoctava jornada del torneo Clausura de Bolivia que se disputa este fin de semana.

                        Álvarez anotó en los minutos 30, 58, 78 y 79 del partido, disputado este domingo en el estadio Félix Capriles de Cochabamba.

                        También aportaron a la goleada aviadora los bolivianos Moisés Villarroel con anotaciones en los minutos 70 y 91, y Ricardo Pedriel, con una conquista en el 83.

                        El gol del honor de la 'máquina vieja' cruceña fue marcado por el argentino-boliviano Matías Aguirre en el minuto 40.

                        La victoria permitió a los aviadores, comandados por el argentino Cristian Díaz, sumar 40 unidades y conservar el liderato del Clausura, que se reanudó a media semana tras un parón de más de un mes por los conflictos postelectorales en el país.

                        Álvarez acumuló 13 goles en lo que va del torneo y quedó a uno de Carlos Saucedo, del San José de Oruro, que es el máximo artillero con 14 y este lunes se enfrentará al Royal Pari de Santa Cruz.

                        El Wilstermann tiene un punto más que el campeón Bolívar, que venció por 3-0 al Always Ready de El Alto, con goles del paraguayo Teodoro Paredes, el boliviano Vladimir Castellón y el español Juan Miguel Callejón.

                        El The Strongest de La Paz quedó tercero con 35 unidades tras golear por 0-4 en su visita al Nacional Potosí, con un doblete de Gabriel Sotomayor y anotaciones de Walter Veizaga y Daniel Calero.

                        Otra goleada se registró en Warnes, donde el Sport Boys se impuso por 4-0 al Aurora de Cochabamba.

                        El boliviano Yasmani Duk anotó dos veces para el Toro de Warnes y también aportaron con un gol cada uno Anderson Góngora y el argentino Ezequiel Michelli.

                        El sábado, un gol del argentino Juan Vogliotti dio el triunfo al Real Potosí ante el Guabirá de Montero.

                        La fecha 18 del torneo se completará con el clásico cruceño entre el Oriente Petrolero y el Blooming que se disputa esta noche y el lance Royal Pari-San José mañana. EFE


                                  

                        The Boys & Girls Guide To Getting Down

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                        Ever wanted the inside scoop on crashing that exclusive party, getting better than average dope, and spending the night with someone you'd be ashamed to be seen with the next morning?

                        Filmmaker Paul Sapiano answers your questions on these and many other critical areas of the party lifestyle in this satiric comedy. Presented in part as a faux-documentary and in part as the story of a typical night in the life of a handful of Los Angeles nightlife mavens.

                        The Boys & Girls Guide to Getting Down offers "useful" advice on getting into the club, scamming free drinks, tipping the bar staff, dealing with uncooperative drug dealers, talking your way into an all-star after party, how to attract women by pretending to be gay, and getting rid of last night's pickup in the cold light of the morning.

                        The Boys & Girls Guide to Getting Down received its world premiere at the 2006 Los Angeles Film Festival.

                        Stars: Jessica Ross, Kat Turner, Dennis Haskins, Jeff Davis, Benny Ciaramello, Brendan McNamara, C.C. Sheffield, Cassie Hamilton, Cricket Leigh, Davin Anderson, Dominique Purdy, Greg Cipes, Greg Studley, James Bonadio, Juan Pacheco, Juliette Long, Justin Cotta, Katie Gilbert, Leyla Milani, Mario Diaz, Michael Fitzgibbon, Billy Bonez, Mitchel Evans, Natalie Taylor, Navia Nguyen, Pete Czechvala, Ravi Patel, Richard Blair, Selena Fara, Steve Monroe


                                  

                        Anne Bronte: Wildfell asszonya - Jelenlegi ára: 800 Ft

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                        Kiadás:  Lazi, Szeged
                        "... megpillantottam egy feketébe öltözött, magas, előkelő nőalakot. Arcán olyasmi tükröződött, ami, ha egyszer látta az ember, arra késztette, hogy ismét szemügyre vegye. Haja hollófekete volt, hosszú, fényes csigákba fésülve... arcbőre tiszta és sápadt; hosszú, fekete pillái elfedték szemét, szépen kirajzolt szemöldöke azonban kifejező volt; boltozatos homloka értelemre valló, orra tökéletes sasorr, arcvonásai hibátlanok - csak az orcája és a szeme volt kissé beesett, ajka pedig, noha szép vonalú, kissé keskeny, szorosra zárt, ami, úgy véltem, nem vall nagyon engedékeny vagy nyájas kedélyre... " - ilyennek ismeri meg a wildfelli kastély titokzatos úrnőjét az ifjú és kissé komolytalan kisbirtokos, Gilbert Markham. Anne Bronte, híres nővéreinek, Charlotte-nak és Emilynek legfiatalabb testvére, a szinte kötelező "guvernant"-regény, az Agnes Grey (1846) után írta meg főművét, a Wildfell asszonyá-t (1849). Anne Bronte is a korabeli szegény papkisasszonyok szokásos útját járta: nevelőnősködött módos családok csemetéi mellett. És - akárcsak nővérei - ő is írt, verseket, regényeket, míg fiatalon, huszonkilenc évesen el nem vitte őt is a Bronte család ősi ellensége: a tüdővész. Sok fényt, boldogságot nem ismert - nagy regénye lapjain mégis meg-megcsillan a korát meghazudtoló bölcsességből fakadó, mindent megbocsátó szívbéli derű. A kerettörténetet elbeszélő Gilbert könnyed életfelfogású ifjúból a szemünk láttára válik érett férfivá - a könyv zömét pedig Helennek, a környéken sok szóbeszédet keltő, magányos, gyönyörű, fekete ruhás asszonynak a naplója teszi ki.

                        Anne Bronte: Wildfell asszonya
                        Jelenlegi ára: 800 Ft
                        Az aukció vége: 2019-12-02 20:13
                                  

                        Joe Satriani, Pat Metheny y Zucchero, héroes de un Guitar BCN volcado con el talento local

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                        A los organizadores del Guitar BCN, antiguo festival de Guitarra de Barcelona reconvertido con los años en una cita más contemporánea y, sobre todo, de espectro estilístico mucho más amplio, les gusta considerarse cómplices necesarios a la hora de conseguir que las carreras de no pocos artistas acaben despegando. La directora del festival, Judit Llimós, y el director de The Project, Joan Rosselló, no se conforman con lanzar declaraciones de intenciones y citan nombres como los de Manel, Love Of Lesbian, Els Amics de les Arts o Blaumut, fichados casi todos ellos por el festival cinco minutos antes de abrazar el estrellato. Nada que ver, sin embargo, con el ejemplo más sonado, el de la omnipresente y todopoderosa Rosalía. «Es el caso del que más orgullosos estamos», constata Roselló. Y es que, antes de lanzarse a la conquista de las músicas urbanas y meterse a medio mundo en el bolsillo, la de Sant Esteve Sesrovires ya paseó su arte flamenco por Luz de Gas y el Palau de la Música al abrigo del Guitar BCN y lejos de esos baños de masas que la persiguen allá donde vaya hoy en día. Una experiencias formativas que han llevado al festival a convencerse de que, más allá de los grandes nombres y las estrellas internacionales, uno de sus puntos fuertes está en la apuesta por la escena local y el talento emergente. Tanto es así que, según Roselló, casi la mitad de las entradas a la venta para la edición 2020 de la cita, unas 25.000 en total, corresponden a artistas de aquí. Bandas como Els Amics de Les Arts, Carlos Sadness, Nil Moliner y Arnau Griso que, entre el 25 de enero y el 24 de junio, aportarán la cuota de talento local a un cartel coronado por Pat Metheny, Zucchero, Joe Satriani y Jethro Tull. Amplitud estilística Lo nuevo y lo viejo, la vitalidad y la experiencia, juntos y revueltos en una programación que se reparte en una docena de salas de Barcelona y Sant Cugat y con la que el festival busca reforzar un identidad que, asegura, se asienta en conceptos como calidad, confort, proximidad y sostenibilidad en los precios. Cuatro en uno para abarcar desde la celebración de los 40 años de Los Secretos en el Liceu, concierto que abrirá el festival el 25 de enero; al regreso del italiano Zucchero, quien lo clausurará el 22 de junio en el Palau de la Música en la que será su primera actuación en España en más de una década. Entre ambos, una alineación transversal y de generosa amplitud estilística en la que conviven la canción de poso clásico del cubano Pablo Milanés, el embrujo de la bossa de Bebel Gilberto, el rock con pedigrí de 091 y Coque Malla, y el indie con vistas al folk de Ferran Palau y Núria Graham. También se atreve el Guitar BCN con los conciertos familiares y programará una actuación de Chumi Chuma, proyecto apadrinado por Vetusta Morla y fichado para su sello Pequeño Salto Mortal. El capítulo de héroes de la guitarra quedará bien cubierto con fichajes como el del virtuoso Pat Metheny, quien presentará su nuevo disco From This Place, y Joe Satriani, distinguido con la púa de oro del festival, mientras que Gabriela Richardson y María Peláez encabezan la sección de estrenos. El 30 aniversario de la israelí Noa, los 15 años de carrera de Nouvelle Vague, el estreno del noruego Erlend Øye (Kings Of Convenience) junto a La Comitiva, el regreso del soulman Lee Fields, y el indie-folk de The Milk Carton Kids completan los reclamos más atractivos de un festival que cuenta para esta edición con un presupuesto que supera el millón y medio de euros.
                                  

                        Homme Qui Regardait La Nuit Gilbert

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                        Rosalind Murray on Barbarization

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                        Rosalind Murray (1890 – 1967) was the daughter of the Oxford classicist Gilbert Murray, who sensing early his daughter’s talent encouraged her to write.  She published a first novel, The Leading Note, in 1910.  In 1913 Murray became the wife of Arnold Toynbee, bearing him three sons.  She divorced Toynbee in 1946, thirteen years after […]
                                  

                        Navigating the landscape of research-based careers with a PhD

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                        Sarah Allard and Jack Gilbert of the Department of Pediatrics, University of California San Diego (CA, USA), share their opinions...

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