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Eventually we all potter along to Public, the nightclub owned by Guy Pelly on Lots Road in Chelsea. I always stay until closing, which I believe is about 3am. It what I do every single week and it got a bit repetitive.. Well by now you’ve no doubt fallen in love with her as much as I have. Now that your mental and visual goodies are all stirred up, don’t forget to give those ears a run for their money too. Download Tecla’s album Strangers in Masks HERE.

People are willing to share the minimum that they have. You know people are very humble. They don’t ask for much. ELEANOR BEARDSLEY, BYLINE: When we set out for the town of Slavyansk a few days ago, we were forewarned of the checkpoints and road blocks. And we were ready for the pro Russia armed masked men we knew were occupying the administrative building. They were actually well organized and polite.

Don’t have negative thoughts. Be self confident. Be don’t be self critical.. Philanthropic foundations are interested in tackling the fake news problem but where do they put their money? When the Hewlett Foundation the philanthropy founded by the Hewlett family of Hewlett Packard fame started looking at how it could get involved after the 2016 presidential election, it found most money was either going “upstream” or “downstream” rather than midstream. We’ve now run three Smarticle experiments, and learned a lot about how readers like the format and what topics work well in it. Most significantly, we learned that there’s an appetite for this story format: Through a combination of written feedback from users and analytics, we learned that people enjoyed consuming news in this way, and they were comfortable only receiving elements of the story that were new to them.

Lebanon, one of the smallest countries in the region, is now shouldering the biggest burden of the Syrian refugee crisis. It is being rocked by wave after wave of suffering, bearing the brunt of the biggest humanitarian crisis since 1945 as the Middle East lives through one of the most tumultuous times in its history. The recent security incidents in Beirut outside the Iranian Embassy and the assassination of the former Finance Minister, Mohamad Chatah, have increased fears of Lebanon dragging back into the abyss of sectarian strife.

Whatever. At some point a large family crosses the street and takes a bit of time as they are being careful and has kids in tow. This family was like, vaguely Latin American, but he starts going off about illegal immigrants and how “half this town is Mexicans now, and they have no concept of manners.” I was fucking blown away.

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