SAVE THE DATE WCTV Invites Public To Family Fun Day At Yentile

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Community Television (WCTV) is holding its annual Family Fun Day on Sunday, September 8, 2019, from 10am to 1pm, at the Yentile Farm Recreational Facility (9 Cross Street).This event is FREE for Wilmington families. Come on down to enjoy some music, popcorn, ice cream, and demonstrations from local dance and martial arts studios.The event also serves as opportunity to meet WCTV’s staff, find out what the station does for the community, and learn ways in which you can get involved.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedTHIS WEEKEND: Wilmington Family Fun Day At Yentile Farm On September 8In “Community”THIS WEEKEND: Celebrate Grandparents Day At Yentile Farm On September 8In “Community”WCTV News & Notes: Registration Now Open For Popular Weekend Youth ProgramIn “Community”last_img read more

CES 2019 This is what its like to go on Googles Assistantthemed

first_img Now playing: Watch this: 31 Photos Tech Industry Take a ride with Google at CES 4:29 1 Join us on Google’s small world-style theme park ride… Google set up an Assistant-themed ride at CES. James Martin/CNET Google brought its own version of “It’s a Small World” to CES.The ride, which opened Tuesday at Google’s massive booth outside the Las Vegas Convention Center, is part of a big promotional blitz the search giant is making around the Assistant, the company’s digital helper software, like Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri.So yeah, a ride about software. To Google’s credit, the company is self-aware about the absurdity. Before riders get into their seats, a voice over the PA system welcomes them to an experience that’s “part ride, part marketing stunt, let’s be honest with ourselves.”Here’s how the whole thing plays out. Riders wait in line where they meet Grandma, who talks to the crowd. Then they are ushered into a room where they hear the story for the ride. You’re with Dad as he tries to rush through his errands and buy a cake for Grandma’s 91st birthday. Share your voice Tags Comment google-assistant-booth-ride-abuelaHere’s Grandma. James Martin/CNET The slow-moving ride takes you through Dad’s day: His rambunctious kids run through the house, he gets stalled in traffic, then gets caught in a downpour. Through it all, he gets help from none other than… the Google Assistant. Dad says things like “Hey Google, navigate to bakery,” and “Send Jane my ETA.”Then he goes to a French bakery where the baker only speaks French. Which is a good time to use the new Assistant interpreter mode, literally announced today. As the ride moves along, you can see the Google Assistant jumping into action on a screen on the dash of the ride cart. At the end of the ride, you get your picture taken.google-booth-google-ride-ces-2019-7968Traffic, amirite? James Martin/CNET The attraction punctuates Google’s elaborate showing at CES. The world’s largest tech conference is more important to the search giant than ever as it pushes devices to consumers that compete against the likes of Amazon, Apple and Samsung. Google said its presence at this year’s show is triple the size it was last year. Google declined to disclose how much it cost to produce and build the ride. Elsewhere at the conference, the company plastered the words “Hey Google” — one of the trigger phrases for the Assistant — over one of the main entrances of the Las Vegas Convention Center, as well as on the city’s monorail. Google also has an army of human “Google Assistants,” dressed like a cross between painters and snowboarders in all white, roaming the show floor. At the show, Google made a slew of announcements, including a new smart clock manufactured by Lenovo and a new platform that aims to make it easier for device makers to add the Assistant to their gadgets. CES 2019: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show.CES schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. CES 2019 Google Assistant Google Alphabet Inc.last_img read more

Indian stock markets overreaction to Brexit unwarranted says advisory firm

first_imgIndian stock markets are overreacting to Britain leaving the European Union (EU) and it is a question of time that they will recover, guided by domestic factors such as monsoon, corporate earnings and related aspects, according to an Indian investment advisory firm.”This knee-jerk reaction to this magnitude for the Indian equity market is unwarranted…the Indian equity market is overreacting to this (Brexit) development,” Equinomics Research & Advisory Private limited (Equinomics), an investment advisory firm, said in a note on Friday.The Mumbai-based firm said keeping in view what Europe’s share in India’s exports is and relatively lower foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows from the region, India can afford to shrug off the impact of Brexit.”Entire Europe accounts for just about 8% of India’s total FDI inflows. Europe’s share in India’s FII inflows is also in single digit, we believe. Export to entire Europe is less than 15% of total exports. On such a low base of India’s exports, even if there is an absolute fall of 10% in exports to Europe, it wouldn’t impact much our overall exports,” Equinomics said in its note.It said that realities closer home such as the monsoon (predicted to be above-normal this year) and earnings of Indian companies would guide the stock markets once the Brexit dust settles. “What ultimately would matter to the Indian equity markets are monsoon performance and corporate earnings in the short-to-medium terms. If monsoon is good, India would outperform many major equity markets of the world once again,” the firm said.However, India Ratings & Research economist said that there is a possibility of foreign capital exiting India due to global uncertainties triggered by Britain leaving the EU. “…with risk rising in the global financial market foreign capital will flow out putting pressure on rupee to depreciate and making Indian financial market volatile,” Sunil Kumar Sinha, Principal Economist, India Ratings & Research, said.Meanwhile, Indian companies that have their markets in Europe or have production units in the continent would be adversely affected, he added.last_img read more

BNP rejects 21 Aug grenade attack verdict

first_imgThe Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Wednesday turned down the verdict in the 21 August grenade attack cases, saying it has been given at the ‘behest of the government’ with a political motive, reports UNB.“BNP thinks that the verdict is a politically motivated one. It’s a naked manifestation of satisfying government’s political vengeance,” said BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.Speaking at a press conference at BNP’s Naya Paltan central office, he said, “We reject the verdict.”Fakhrul also said the government has set another bad example of taking political revenge using the court.As their party acting chairman Tarique Rahman was given life imprisonment in the cases, he said it has proved that country’s no citizen has now a scope of getting justice.Earlier in the morning, after a long wait for over 14 years, a speedy trial tribunal sentenced 19 people to death and 19 others, including Tarique Rahman to life imprisonment, in two cases filed over the 21 August grenade attack on an Awami League rally in the capital in 2004.last_img read more

Mintoo Alal Sohel didnt file nomination papers

first_imgAbdul Awal Mintoo, Moazzem Hossain Alal, Habibun Nabi SohelBNP vice chairman Abdul Awal Mintoo, joint secretary general Moazzem Hossain Alal and Dhaka south unit president Habibun Nabi Sohel have not submitted nomination papers.The BNP chairperson’s media wing official Sayrul Kabir confirmed this as Wednesday was the last day for filing nomination papers for 30 December parliamentary polls.The BNP official, however, could not say the reasons of their absence from the electoral contest.Abdul Awal Mintoo bought nomination forms for contesting polls from Feni-3 constituency and as a backup candidate for Khaleda Zia from Feni-1, in case she is declared disqualified, the BNP official said.Moazzem Hossain Alal wanted to contest from Barishal-2 constituency and Habibun Nabi Sohel from Dhaka-8 constituency.Candidates of all political parties that are contesting polls submitted their nomination papers to the respective returning officers by Wednesday.Alongside Mintoo, former Jubo Dal leader Rafiqul Islam is also an alternative candidate from Feni-1 if Khaleda Zia cannot contest elections.Former whip Shahidul Haque Jamal also bought nomination paper for Barisal-2 constituency, from where Alal wanted to contest.Earlier, he contested the elections from Dhaka-13. The BNP chairperson’s adviser Abdus Salam got nomination from Dhaka-13 constituency.Habibun Nabi Sohel has been in the jail after he was arrested from Gulshan on 18 September. None submitted nomination on his behalf.last_img read more

Cardinals Sweep Northwestern on Senior Day

first_img Arthur Albiero Interview Photo Gallery Story Links UofL vs Northwestern Results LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The No. 16/8 ranked University of Louisville women and men’s swimming and diving team swept the visiting Wildcats of No. NR/23 ranked Northwestern on Senior Day Friday afternoon at the Ralph Wright Natatorium.  The Louisville women won 166-134 and the men rolled 200-100.”Senior Day is always bitter sweet to go through that emotion and then try to get up and swim fast, so it’s a little bit of a mixed bag,” said UofL head coach Arthur Albiero. “It’s a packed house to honor this group, and I think for us to get back to racing is the most important thing. It’s the second meet this semester and you could tell there’s still a few things we need to work on. We’re making progress in a lot of ways, but we have a long way to go. That’s the good news, we’ve got work to do.”The Cards were buoyed by winning all four relays and highlights included multiple event wins from Evgenii Somov (100-, 200-breast, 200 MR), Mariia Astashkina (100-, 200 breast 200 MR), Marcelo Acosta (1650, 500-free), and diver Daniel Pinto, who swept the 1M and 3M boards.Alina Kendzior (25.49), Mariia Astashkina (27.91), Mallory Comerford (23.63) and Arina Openysheva (22.77) opened the meet with a win in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:39.80. For the men, Mitchell Whyte (23.68), Evgenii Somov (23.49), Bartosz Piszczorowicz (21.63) and Andrej Barna (19.20) made it a relay sweep for the Cardinals in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:28.00.In the grueling 1650 freestyle, Sophie Cattermole won with an NCAA B cut time of 16:17.50.  For the men, senior Marcelo Acosta took top honors in the 1650 free with a season best time and NCAA B cut time of 15:01.61. Graham Barrett (15:16.25), T.C. Smith (15:23.11) and Hayden Curley (15:23.17) also earned NCAA B cut times in the 1650 free.Mallory Comerford picked up a victory for the Cardinals with a time of 1:48.77 in the 200 free. Diana Dunn finished second with a 1:49.99. For the men, Colton Paulson wins the 200 free with a 1:37.56, followed closely by Cardinal newcomer Bartosz Piszczorowicz with a 1:38.84.Alina Kendzior was second in the 100 back with a time of 54.18. Mitchell Whyte notched a win in the 100 back by a full second with a 49.0.The Louisville men got a win from Evgenii Somov in the 100 breast with a time of 55.0. Mariia Astashkina touched second in the 100 breast with a 1:03.01.Grace Oglesby and Alena Kraus posted another 1-2 finish for the Cards with times of 2:00.27 and 2:02.02 in the 200 fly. Jarrett Jones won the 200 fly with a 1:49.11. Daniel Sos was just behind in second with a 1:49.61.Avery Braunecker touched first in the 50 free with a 23.38. Casey Fanz was third in a time of 23.49. Senior Matyi Kovacs picked up a win in the 50 free with a time of 20.62.Michaela Sliney (290.55) and Brianna Price (270.98) finish 1-2 on the 1-meter, both NCAA Zone cuts. Daniel Pinto earned the top spot on the 3-meter with an NCAA Zone cut score of 342.38.Andrej Barna cruised in the 100 free when he won by more than a full second with a 44.06.Alina Kendzior touched second in the 200 back with a 1:57.98. Mitchell Whyte was into the wall second in the 200 back with a 1:48.45.Mariia Astashkina out-touched Northwestern in the 200 breast with a time of 2:14.89.  It was another 1-2 finish for the Cards. Evgenii Somov picked up the victory in the 200 breast with a 2:02.83, Michael Hampel was second with a 2:07.39.Arina Openysheva added another win for the Cardinals when she finished first in the 500 free with a 4:58.74, followed by teammate Alena Kraus, who was second with a 5:00.49. Marcelo Acosta picked up his second win of the day in the 500 free with a 4:30.08.Mallory Comerford took second in the 100 fly with a 55.67, followed by Nastja Govejsek in third with a 55.93.  Nick Albiero stopped the clock in time of 48.14 to win the 100 fly, followed by Nikkos Sofianidis in second with a 49.89Newcomer Maria Sumida took second in the 400 IM for the Cardinals with a time of 4:27.58 before Jarrett Jones won the 400 IM with a time of 4:00.58.Daniel Pinto made it a sweep on the boards with a win on the 1-meter in a score of 333.60.  Anika Holland placed second on the 3-meter with a season best score of 294.08.Braunecker (51.61), Openysheva (50.03), Kraus (51.95) and  Schultz (51.01) bring home a win in the 400 free relay with a time of 3:24.6. The team of Albiero (45.22) , Barna (43.16), Colton Paulson  (45.06) with an anchor from Sofianidis of 44.88. to close out the meet with a win in the 400 free relay in a time of 2:58.32. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Water sports may expose you to antibioticresistant bacteria

first_imgLove to play water sports like surfing or bodyboarding? Beware, you may be three times more likely to swallow antibiotic-resistant Escherichia coli or E.coli bacteria in your guts, new research has revealed. Surfers were found to swallow ten times more sea water than sea swimmers, making them more vulnerable to E.coli bacteria.Regular surfers were also found four times as likely to harbour bacteria that contain mobile genes that make bacteria resistant to the antibiotic. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThis is significant because the genes can be passed between bacteria – potentially spreading the ability to resist antibiotic treatment between bacteria, the researchers said. “Antimicrobial resistance has been globally recognised as one of the greatest health challenges of our time, and there is now an increasing focus on how resistance can be spread through our natural environments,” said Anne Leonard, from the University of Exeter. Scientists compared faecal samples from 300 surfers and non-surfers to assess whether the surfers’ guts contained E.coli bacteria that were able to grow in the presence of cefotaxime. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThe study, published in the journal Environment International, found that 13 of 143 (9 per cent) of surfers were colonised by these resistant bacteria, compared to just four of 130 (3 per cent) of non-surfers swabbed.A treatment with cefotaxime – a commonly used and clinically important antibiotic previously prescribed to kill off E.coli bacteria – showed that the bacteria has acquired genes that enable them to survive this treatment, the study showed.According to the 2016 O’Neill report commissioned by the UK government, antimicrobial resistant infections could kill one person every three seconds by the year 2050 if current trends continue.There is an urgent need to curb antibiotic-resistance or else we may be entering an era in which antibiotics are no longer effective to kill simple, and previously treatable, bacterial infections, warned the World Health Organization.last_img read more

Ted Hall The football World Cup from Brazil is the

first_imgTed HallThe football World Cup from Brazil is the most accessible in the tournament’s history, according to research group Ovum, which estimates aht coverage of the competition is available on up to 5.9 billion screens globally.According to Ovum, PCs, tablets and smartphones now account for the majority of screens on which the World Cup is available, totalling 57% of all screens. However, larger screens will account for the majority of viewing of the tournament.“Devices capable of streaming live and on-demand video – of which there now 4.7 billion – are providing additional viewing opportunities outside the appointment viewing taking place in people’s living rooms,” said Ted Hall, senior analyst at Ovum. “With the likes of tablets providing the convenience and flexibility to consume content whenever and wherever, fans are able to watch more of the tournament than ever before.”Despite the widespread availability of the content, Ovum said that significant innovation around the tournament is lacking, with FIFA abandoning its support for 3DTV.last_img read more

Beauty firm Coty has bought social TV service Beam

first_imgBeauty firm Coty has bought social TV service Beamly, with plans to use it as a marketing platform to help increase engagement with its digital campaigns.Announcing the deal, Coty described Beamly – which first launched in 2012 as a second-screen TV app called Zeebox – as a “cutting-edge digital marketing firm.”The company said it will use Beamly’s focus on driving audience growth and engagement around media to “provide a significant step change in Coty’s own digital engagement capabilities.”Coty, which is responsible for well-known fragrances from the likes of Calvin Klein, as well as cosmetics and skincare products, said the Beamly team will work across its in-house marketing operations and provide “enhanced digital marketing campaigns.”In particular, Coty said it will tap into Beamly’s data benchmarking, content creation, content optimisation and consumer engagement tools.“The acquisition of Beamly will address the accelerating consumer shift in time spent from traditional media to real time digital and social media channels,” said Camillo Pane, Coty’s executive vice-president, category development.“Beamly will help us to accelerate the growth of our e-commerce business, and be a positive contributor as Coty advances toward becoming a highly focused, pure-play leader and challenger in beauty.”Beamly will continue to be led by CEO and ex-Time Warner Cable executive Jason Forbes, but he will now be supervised by Pane. Beamly’s New York team will be based in Coty’s New York office, while the London team will remain in their current offices.Beamly was rebranded from Zeebox last year in a bid to “capture the zeitgeist” of its core target audience of 16 to 24 year-old millennials. At the time, Zeebox’s founders – former EMI exec Ernesto Schmitt and former iPlayer boss Anthony Rose – described the move as an evolution of the service, in line with shifts in the wider second screen TV market.“Zeebox was all about TV, Beamly is all about the show,” said Rose at the time, with the revamped app becoming a destination that provides value “even if you’re never in front of a TV.”Following the rebrand, both Rose and Schmitt took a “step back” from the firm and in May Rose launched a new social networking app designed to connect people with shared interests, called 6Tribes.Global beauty firm Coty was founded in Paris in 1904 and claimed net revenues of US$4.4 billion for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2015. The firm’s brand portfolio includes Calvin Klein, Chloé, Davidoff, Marc Jacobs and Rimmel.The Beamly deal was agreed for undisclosed terms.last_img read more

Eleven Sports and MMA franchise UFC have unveiled

first_imgEleven Sports and MMA franchise UFC have unveiled a new broadcast partnership for the UK and Ireland, starting in January 2019.Danny MenkenUnder the terms of the deal, Eleven has secured the rights to 42 live UFC events in 2019, as well as 150 hours of UFC original and archive programming.UFC Fight Nights will be shown live on Eleven Sports, though Eleven also has the option to make some events available in partnership with other broadcast platforms.Danny Menken, group MD, Eleven Sports, said: “UFC is a perfect fit for our fan centric strategy. We are a big supporter of combat sports across our markets and the approach that we have taken with our properties has been very successful.”UFC SVP international and content David Shaw added: “We have worked successfully with Eleven Sports in Belgium and Luxembourg and we are looking forward to extending our partnership. The UK and Ireland are among UFC’s strongest markets globally and it made perfect sense to partner with them to showcase our product to fans.”UFC is the latest major property acquired by Eleven Sports, following the addition of LaLiga (Spain), Serie A (Italy) and Eredivisie (Netherlands) among others.All the action will be distributed on Eleven’s subscription-based streaming platform via www.elevensports.uk, and iOS and Android mobile and tablet apps.Eleven is also in discussion with broadcast platforms, third party streaming services and smart TV manufacturers to offer the widest possible access to UFC, in line with its platform agnostic approach.last_img read more


first_img DONEYBREWER BUTLERMAYOR HILARY MCCLINTOCKTAMNAGH FOODS THE cream of Derry food produce will be tantalising the taste buds of visitors at the BBC Good Food Show this weekend supported by Derry City and Strabane District Council as part of Northern Ireland Year of Food and Drink 2016.Award-winning Doneybrewer Butter and Tamnagh Foods are participating in Food NI’s dedicated area showcasing quality local food and drink producers at Belfast Waterfront from October 14th-16th.Mayor of Derry and Strabane district, Alderman Hilary McClintock, said she was delighted that local producers were representing the council area at the first ever BBC Good Food Show in Belfast which is also being attended by representatives from the Visit Derry team.Mayor McClintock said: “We are extremely proud of our local food producers for showcasing the best of our local produce, and picking up so many awards on the way. The sea-salted butter is formed into a distinctive hexagonal shape, to reflect the stones of the Giant’s Causeway, before being packaged in wax paper.Donnybrewer Wild Garlic and Chive Butter also won Gold at the recent 2016 Blas na hEireann Irish food awards held in Dingle, Co. Kerry.Tamnagh Foods, which is run by husband and wife team Kevin and Julie Hickey located at Park in the Sperrins, will be displaying their full range of award-winning cheeses including Banagher Bold which won a Great Taste Star 2016, and is rind washed using No.26 Pale Ale made by Northbound Brewery in Derry. All of their Dart Mountain brand cheeses have now won awards.Donnybrewer Butter are exhibiting at the BBC Good Food Show today (Friday), while Tamnagh Foods will be showcasing their products on Sunday, October 16th. Visitors can find both local producers in Hall 2 – location E4.BBC Good Food Show Northern Ireland will host live cookery demonstrations in the Waterfront auditorium, from TV favourites Paul Hollywood, The Hairy Bikers, John Torode and James Martin, while local star Paul Rankin will be leading Northern Ireland Year of Food and Drink sessions.Celebrity chefs and local faces including award-winning Derry chefs Emmett McCourt (Feast or Famine) and Ian Orr (Browns restaurants) will also make an appearance on the Interview Stage.For more information visitwww.bbcgoodfoodshownorthernireland.com/ and www.derrystrabane.com/foodCREAM OF DERRY PRODUCE AT BBC GOOD FOOD SHOW was last modified: October 14th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweet “The BBC Good Food Show is yet another excellent platform to promote our city and district as a rising international food tourism destination.”Mary Blake, Head of Tourism with Derry City and Strabane District Council, said she was also delighted that Council was supporting local producers at the BBC Good Food Show and congratulated both Doneybrewer Butter and Tamnagh Foods on their most recent awards, adding to Derry’s well established reputation as Ireland’s second top Foodie Destination during both 2015 and 2016.Donnybrewer Butter, based in Eglinton and run by husband and wife team Richard and Alison Leighton, won the top title at the Henderson Foodservice Flavour of the North final earlier this week.The judges said they were highly impressed by the product which is churned in small batches with the freshest cream available.last_img read more


first_imgShareTweet Derry and Strabane CouncilMayor John BoyleMayor launches Winterland Market in Derry “Artisan traders offering the best of local food and gifts, family friendly bar and Christmas movie screenings“Thanks to the Council Choir for the perfect start to a big weekend.”Derry City and Strabane District Council said the festivities, which Christmas Procession performances this weekend, will be the peak of its Christmas programme of events. The Winterland Market consist of artisan traders offer local people and visitors a family friendly shopping experience with a wide selection of speciality Christmas foods and handcrafted products. Opening hours are 12 noon to 10pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and 12 noon to 6pm on Sunday. The Markets will also feature the return of a family friendly bar serving the best of craft beers on draft, mulled wine and spirits all sourced from local produce. On Saturday December 15 LUXE will be bringing the Grand Christmas Procession, where a magical festive convoy will meander through the city streets before arriving in Guildhall Square. Saturday’s Christmas Procession departs from Bishop’s Street Car Park at 6pm and will make its way down Bishop Street, looping the Diamond, down Shipquay Street, over Castle Street, up Magazine Street, through Butcher Gate, down Waterloo Street, through Waterloo Place and through Guildhall Square. The street performance action continues on Sunday with the Mini Walkabout Procession featuring characters from songs and carols including King Wenceslas and six golden geese a-laying in Guildhall Square and surrounding streets. Festival and Events Officer at Derry City and Strabane District Council, Andrea Campbell said excitement is building for one of the busiest weekends of the year in the city centre. “The Guildhall Square and surrounding streets will be a hive of activity this weekend with the return of two of our most popular Christmas initiatives the Winterland Markets and the Christmas Processions by LUXE,” she said.“The Markets are a must for anyone visiting the city this weekend with entertainment for all the family and stallholders offering unique gift ideas and the best of local produce.“We are delighted that our family friendly Craft Beer bar will be returning with nightly live music while our cinema screen will be broadcasting family favourites including Home Alone, Santa Claus the Movie and Elf. “The Grand Christmas Procession is a captivating experience for families, it will begin on Saturday at Bishop Street car park and weave it’s way through the city centre with a host of enchanting festive characters including Santa on a bike and King Wenceslas on stilts.” Santa will be in attendance all weekend at the Winterland Markets where he will pose for photos and hand out sweets to children while the popular petting Kidz Farm will also be there for the duration. Full details of Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Christmas programme is available at www.derrystrabane.com/christmas where a full list of the market traders, the Grand Christmas Procession Route and the festive film schedule is available.Mayor launches Winterland Market in Derry was last modified: December 14th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: DERRY’S Winterland Markets has returned to the city centre with stalls, music and a bar planned for the event. The markets on Guildhall Square are now open at 12 noon and remain in place through until Sunday evening, December 16. Mayor John Boyle the market and afterwards tweeted: “Great to launch the Winterland Markets this afternoon in Guildhall Square.last_img read more

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