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'Everybody has something to contribute': Artist partners with Boys Totem Town for mural project
Lori Greene was waiting outside when a van carrying four African-American teenagers slowly rolled into the parking lot of her Mosaics On A Stick shop Saturday. She led them to a brick wall across from her arts-and-crafts shop on the corner of Snelling and Lafond avenues in St. Paul. There, Greene and her team put on gloves as they looked up at a mural displayed on the wall, which shows stars shooting down and a person extending hands to uplift another.“Lift as We Climb,” they named the piece. Greene and the teens then dipped their hands in containers filled with a sand and cement mixture and smeared it over the small pieces of tile that made up the mural. Then, they cleaned it with newspaper, leaving the mixture to stick in between the joints. “This process is called grouting,” she explained. “It will make the piece solid. It’s a messy, dirty process.”       It was an enjoyable one for the teens, though, who are serving time at the Boys Totem Town, a juvenile detention facility in St. Paul. For about seven weeks now, they’ve worked on the piece, which was funded by the Minnesota State Arts Board.“I wanted to get out of the jail for a minute, come out here and do something nice for the community,” said one of the teens. “It’s a fun project. Doing something to help people for free is always fun.” Another teen, a junior at the Face to Face Academy in St. Paul, said he chose to participate in the project for similar reasons. “I want to help out the community and put a smile on people’s faces,” he said. More mural art projects Greene partnered with Boys Totem Town to create the project as a way of helping the juveniles get back on their feet when they’re released. “We all have the possibility of change,” she said. “Our responsibility as human beings is that we should take care of everybody. Everybody has something to contribute.” Greene’s “Lift as We Climb” isn’t the only mural displayed in the city’s Midway neighborhood. Three other local artists — Greta McLain, Eric Mattheis and Yuya Negishi — are also working in the area with the community to create separate murals. The artworks are funded through the Midway Murals project, aimed at transforming the area into an “outdoor museum” in collaboration with immigrant business owners in the neighborhood. The project gathers artists, communities and businesses around “starting anew,” a theme that refers to the changing faces of the neighborhood and the experiences of its diverse immigrant communities.“The murals will reflect the changes in culture, residents, infrastructure and imagination that are forever occurring in the city,” states the project’s mission, “as well as the promise and struggles that the community navigates over time.”MinnPost photo by Ibrahim HirsiMosaic artist Lori Greene: “I felt really important to make images that represent my culture and myself since we don’t see that.”Changing neighborhood through art An African-American and a St. Paul native, Greene has spent nearly 20 years working as a mosaic artist and creating images of the memories and strengths of communities of color.“I felt really important to make images that represent my culture and myself since we don’t see that,” she said. “And especially, we need to have it out in the world, not just in museums.”As part of the Midway Murals project, Greene is working on another piece just two blocks away from her craft shop. “Art always changes the neighborhood,” she said. “It changes the community.”Ibrahim Hirsi can be reached at ihirsi@minnpost.com. Follow him on Twitter at @IHirsi.
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Summer in the city: Invasion of the teenage tree people
Summertime and the livin’ is easy in South Minneapolis, where many of the teens have been practicing the fine art of hammocking – or 'mocking, as the kids say – since early spring. At all times of day and night, bat kids in their portable vinyl caves can be seen hanging amid the tall pines of Lake Harriet’s Rose and Peace Gardens, among other favorite hangs.“Hang.” That, along with “chill” and “relax,” is the word used most by the ‘mockers to describe their attraction to the non-activity of whiling away hours in the trees, talking with their friends, and listening to music, the birds, water fountains, and rain. Because of easy bike access to a multitude of nearby lakes, creeks, and the Mississippi River, Minneapolis is particularly fertile ground for a full-on ‘mocking craze, and right on cue, area sporting goods stores tell Minnpost they can’t keep hammocks in stock this summer.While campers and college campuses have been into ‘mocking since at least 2009, and the occasional hipster or hippie hammock encampment has dotted the Rose Gardens’ mini-forests over the years, the high schoolers and middle schoolers of South Minneapolis have taken to it with a collective zeal that’s growing weekly, and sure to prove inspiring to urban adventurers of all ages.Call it One Afternoon in the Summer of the Teenage Tree People, in words and photos:MinnPost photo by Jim WalshIsaiah Williams, Rachel Dering, Chloe Feddersen, Vaughn Hill (foreground), Minneapolis. “It’s just gotten really popular,” said Dering. “It’s private, and it’s pretty, and it’s really easy to get to because it’s by my house. And this is good because the trees are really close together.” “It’s separate; it’s like what people do when they don’t have a house to hang out in. You just come and chill,” said Williams. “Pretty much everyone I know does this. When people want to do something but they don’t know what they want to do, you can kind of just hang out and say you’re doing something, I guess. I’ve got my bike and my backpack and my hammock and I’m good.”MinnPost photo by Jim WalshTess Lynville and Paulina Delmont, Minneapolis. “I like being with my friends and hanging in trees is cool, and you can swing and listen to music and it’s just really fun,” said Lynville. “It’s good to be with your friends in a circle, because you can all see each other and we’re not always on our phones all the time. Sometimes when you come to the Rose Gardens, there’s just hammocks on every tree, and it’s so cool to see. I like to do it at Lake Nokomis, and Lake Calhoun, too.”MinnPost photo by Jim WalshSkylar Tupper and Hannah Oscarson, Minneapolis. “You can sleep in them, which is really awesome, and you can do it alone sometimes, too,” said Oscarson. “There’s something really nice about hanging from a tree that’s really comfortable,” said Tupper. “I started doing it a lot last summer, biking to various locations. I like Lake of the Isles a lot, and I’ve done it under a bridge hanging over the river. That was a fun one. I don’t know about other places, but when I tell friends from the suburbs that we go hammocking a lot, they say, ‘Oh, that’s really weird.’ So I think it’s more of a city thing.”MinnPost photo by Jim WalshAndrew Nystrom, Minneapolis. “I got my hammock at the beginning of summer, and I do it because it’s really relaxing. Kind of following the trend a little bit; a lot of my friends have 'em. We think it’s pretty cool. It’s fun to try and find new places to set 'em up. Like, I found a sick place in my backyard last weekend. My friends and I go to Pearl Park a lot; there’s a little square with nice trees there. Down the road here there’s some good trees, and underneath the Bryant walking bridge, a lot of kids go under that. That’s really fun.”MinnPost photo by Jim WalshJim Biltz and Andy Frame, Minneapolis. “All our friends do this. This is our favorite spot,” said Frame.MinnPost photo by Jim WalshElizabeth Nieves and Olivia Fischer, Minneapolis. “We just started this year. It’s something different. Instead of hanging out at someone’s house, you can hang in the trees,” said Fischer.MinnPost photo by Jim WalshEric McCabe, Minneapolis. “I’ve been hammocking for a month or two. It’s really fun, because you just set it up and then you feel like you’re just floating in the air. It kind of gives you a sense of thinking, ‘Wow, these trees are here.’ You don’t really notice 'em, but when you hammock, you do.”MinnPost photo by Jim WalshHanna Garzon, Minneapolis. “We try to hammock once or twice a week. The city is so loud, and when you come and hammock, it’s so peaceful and quiet and you really get to enjoy nature.”MinnPost photo by Jim WalshSimon Richards (top right), Markie Bayer (in white shirt, front), William Sanders (center, in black shirt) and crew. “It’s chill vibes here, and a good place to come to be one with nature. It’s good to be so high,” said Richards. “It’s like an activity, but we’re not doing anything,” said Bayer. “At first I saw people doing it by the lake, and I wondered what that was, but now it’s just go with the flow,” said Sanders. “Like, if my friend gets one, I’m gonna try and get one. If I see him on a ‘mock, I want a ‘mock, and someone sees me with a ‘mock, they want a ‘mock. It’s a great wave in the city. We’re teenagers. Instead of rotting our brains inside, we’re outside. Chill vibe.”MinnPost photo by Jim WalshStella Jass, Max Johanns, Sarah Simons, Minneapolis. “It’s nice to do at the end of a long day. Like, I ice skate every day, so it’s really tiring and this is really relaxing,” said Jass. “It’s kind of like self-medication, I guess. It’s a good way to meditate, internally,” said Johanns. “It’s good bonding time and it’s super cool when people stack their hammocks on top of each other and when you’re at the top,” said Simons.MinnPost photo by Jim WalshCharlie Becker, Edina. “I’ve been doing this for about a year and a half. It’s a nice invention. It’s portable. I’ve camped in the Boundary Waters in this, and slept outside in it for four days. This is just an exceptional tree. There’s not many trees you can do this in.”MinnPost photo by Jim WalshEmily McNaughton and Abby Oscarson, Minneapolis. “It’s comfortable and relaxing and a good place to meet your friends and you can just go wherever you want,” said McNaughton. “There are trees everywhere, so you can be wherever you want,” said Oscarson.MinnPost photo by Jim WalshMinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
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Manchester United need Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos, and not just for his defending

It remains to be seen if Manchester United can winkle Sergio Ramos out of Real Madrid, or Bastian Schweinsteiger out of Bayern Munich. If they fail, they run the risk of another season without one of the most important ingredients of any great team.
There is, if you’re the paranoid type, something worryingly familiar about the way this transfer window is going. Bids for Sergio Ramos, bids for Bastian Schweinsteiger, bids for Thomas Müller … are Manchester United once again chasing big exciting names from big established clubs? And will they spend time and energy doing so, only to find that everybody involved is simply delighted to have signed a new contract, would never have dreamt of leaving, is looking forward to many more years with their favourite club?
Well, possibly. But though Ramos, Schweinsteiger and Muller all play in different parts of the pitch, they all share something that United are lacking. All are mighty fine players and all would improve United, but above and beyond that all share something that all great teams have and that United are missing. Swagger might be the right word, or arrogance. Justified and obvious cockiness, perhaps. Excellence, plus the knowledge of excellence, plus the external manifestation of known excellence.
A season or so ago, Graeme Souness described Arsenal, correctly and delightfully, as “a team of sons-in-law”. Or possibly “son-in-laws”; the correct grammar is, of course, whatever Graeme Souness says it is. Either way, it’s hard not to worry that over the last season or so, something very similar has happened to Manchester United. Out Alex Ferguson; out went Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra; out went the team’s swagger. And who came in?
Daley Blind. A nice lad. Ander Herrera. A nice lad. Juan Mata. The archetypal nice lad, all well-trimmed beard and sensitive indie music and thoughtful blogging. Perhaps a fully-fit Radamel Falcao might have had something about him, but the shambling parody that United saw could barely run, let alone strut. Marcos Rojo could have the right stuff, but needs to nail down a place in the team first. And Angel di Maria … well, it’s a shame.
There should, if all was right in the world, be two sources of this performative self-belief in the United squad. Not Marouane Fellaini; as can be seen by his last act of the season, he’s a buffoon, even if he’s occasionally a useful buffoon. Nor at the back; the exile of Rafael has left United with the most milquetoast clutch of defenders in living memory. But up front, surely Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie should, all being well, bring the requisite intoxicating intangible. After all, one is on the way to becoming United’s record scorer, while the other basically won the 2012/13 Premier League single-footedly.
Should. Sadly, the trauma of Alex Ferguson’s departure and the relentless march of time has seen Van Persie retreat back into himself. The news that United have been trying to sell Van Persie for the last six months might not true, but wouldn’t be a surprise: swagger needs, above all, reliability, otherwise it’s just bluster. Which brings us to Wayne Rooney, who is significantly less droppable than Van Persie but is, consequently, vastly more concerning.
It’s become almost a cliche to lament Rooney’s failure to become the player he could have been, but it’s possible we’re at the beginning of the end for the player he ended up as, wherever on the pitch that player finds himself deployed. The first touch comes and goes, the mobility is draining away, the finishing is starting to creak, and even the petulance feels flimsy and tired. Even when played as a striker — almost certainly the least worst option — he doesn’t exude the cockiness that he did a few years ago, that Van Persie did a few years ago, that Ronaldo did, that Ruud van Nistelrooy did, that Eric Cantona did …
Perhaps it’s all an illusion. Like team spirit, perhaps swagger is only visible in the aftermath of victory. But it’s hard not to look at this United squad and wonder just where the strut and swagger are going to come from. Not arrogant, just better, as the banner goes. At the moment, with the obvious and honourable exception of Louis van Gaal himself aside, United can’t even manage arrogant.
Back to the transfer market, then. Whether Van Gaal and Ed Woodward are deliberately targeting arrogance is a mystery, but if it’s a coincidence, then it’s a happy one. Ramos has it; it comes from his defensive brilliance and imperious bearing. Schweinsteiger has it; he strides around midfields like he owns them. Müller has it; it comes from the almost insulting ease with which he drifts around the game, finding space, poking home goals. A skinny little oddity making strapping defenders and octopoid goalkeepers look like fools.
All are risks, obviously, and if any one of them lands in English football with a splat, then their aura won’t last long. And maybe United have already helped themselves: Memphis Depay has a certain pleasing something about him. But ultimately, while it might be worrying to see United trailing their cape at some of the few players that have no real reason to want to join, it’s equally exciting to think about getting some real, proper, self-projected superiority back into the team. Both arrogant and better. That’s the dream. As Confucius once said, you can’t make an omelette without a couple of arseholes.

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It remains to be seen if Manchester United can winkle Sergio Ramos out of Real Madrid, or Bastian Schweinsteiger out of Bayern Munich. If they fail, they run the risk of another season without one of the most important ingredients of any great team. There is, if you're the paranoid type, something worryingly familiar about the way this transfer window is going. Bids for Sergio Ramos, bids for Bastian Schweinsteiger, bids for Thomas Müller ... are...
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Editorial: Salah, Fiorentina, and your immature (but very pretty) would-be significant other





"Yeah, it's going great but MAN are they super busy! I like, never get to see them!"
At a certain point, you have to start feeling bad for Fiorentina. Sometimes they dump someone because they don't trust them. Most of the time they...
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Aujourd'hui, Serguei Tchepik - Graphiste / D.A. 360° a dit : Projet http://seduire-femme-asiatique.com
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Dans le projet "Séduire une femme Asiatique", il s'agissait de mettre en page un petit livret, ensuite Il a fallu créer un site pour vendre.
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Aujourd'hui, Serguei Tchepik - Graphiste / D.A. 360° a dit : Animation 3D - Salsa Dance
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Animation 3D – Serguei’s Salsa Dance Cette saynète représente un personnage modélisé d’après mes propres photos (reconstruction faciale), en train de danser la salsa (chose que moi-même, je ne sais pas faire). Le mouvement est une motion capture.
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Why the Hubbards bought the rights to broadcast the Trump-owned Miss USA pageant
Among the many advantages of being an “independently/family­-owned” operation is that your shareholders are pretty much the folks standing around your barbecue grill. You’re not worrying about indignant voices from people you’ve never heard of.Case in point: With GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump getting buried under a mountain of media invective (while simultaneously getting boosted in the polls) for calling Mexican immigrants “rapists” and “drug dealers,” family­-owned Hubbard Broadcasting here in the Twin Cities jumped in and snagged the rights to next week’s Trump­-owned Miss USA pageant for its REELZ channel — backlash against Trump be damned.Trump's beauty pageant, staged in Baton Rouge, was jettisoned by the Spanish-­language Univision after his rallying-call remarks to likely primary voters. (Trump, being Trump, then announced a $500 million suit against the network.)Cutting to the business opportunity floating in front of the Hubbards: The TV rights to the pageant were suddenly available, probably for a whole lot less than Univision was paying.Stanley E. Hubbard — the eldest son of well­-known Hubbard operation patriarch Stanley S. Hubbard — runs the REELZ cable channel. He handled the deal, which was concluded Wednesday.Assuming he got the rights for a song, the question of advertiser support for a “product” owned by Trump, with Trump’s name all over it, not to mention the guy doubling-­down on his “rapists” assertion in subsequent interviews, had to be the source of an enhanced level of trepidation.How many more advertisers are likely to bail before the pageant airs July 12?Says Hubbard: “Look, as for Trump, and let me say I couldn’t disagree more with what he said. He is not going to make a profit off what we’re paying for this. Heck, I doubt our licensing fee would cover the cost of the television production.”Hubbard’s basic argument is that this is a longstanding “great TV event” — with substantial Hispanic involvement in terms of both talent and viewers — as well as a production of importance to the organizers in Baton Rouge and the young women involved. As he sees it, “One guy opening his mouth and saying a lot of dumb things” shouldn’t create a lot of collateral damage among people who have no control over him.“Do I worry about viewers? Sure I do. I always do. Do I worry about advertisers? Sure I do. That’s part of the business. But we’re talking a week-and-a-half here. Most of the ad agencies in New York are going to be closed for the long holiday weekend, and even after that I wish you luck getting anyone in Manhattan on the phone next week.”Point being, Hubbard is betting a lot of advertisers won’t be able to yank ads for Miss USA between now and showtime.But even if everyone does, Hubbard says, “We’ll be in business the day after. I’m not going to get into the numbers, but your assumption that we paid very little here would be correct. If had to pay a million dollars to license the show, we wouldn’t have done it. But we didn’t pay anywhere near that. Moreover, if all we can do is run [Public Service Announcements] and promos for Reelz’s other programming, we’ll be just fine. I know a lot charities who’ll be delighted to have us run their PSA during the Miss USA pageant.”The Hubbard family’s connection to traditional Republican politics is well known. Reelz wandered into a storm several years ago when it picked up “The Kennedys” mini-series after several other not “independently owned” networks passed on it, officially because of “historical inaccuracies” about the much mythologized clan. (Don’t get young Stan’s dad going on the Camelot myth.) “Even that wasn’t about politics,” says Stan. “People said it was. But it wasn’t. It was about TV. And it was good. We won four Emmys for ‘The Kennedys.’ It was good TV.”He adds, for emphasis, “Being privately owned, there are a lot of things we can do [that] you can’t do within the corporate, regulatory sphere.”
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Manchester United closer to sealing Sergio Ramos transfer from Real Madrid

Manchester United are holding firm as Real Madrid refuse to sell Sergio Ramos on the cheap, as United do the same for David de Gea, but a compromise could soon be reached.
The Guardian say that David de Gea will be forced to see out his contract at Manchester United should Real Madrid not sell them Sergio Ramos. There’s a chance that United and Real Madrid will be flexible on the respective transfer fees as negotiations continue, to make sure that neither loses face. You can read about the move here.
The Telegraph report that Sergio Ramos has been clear to Real: he wants to leave, he only wants to leave for United, and he wants Real to negotiate with United on the basis of their first bid, a little under £30 million. He certainly seems like he wants to leave, which is very weird – United have a history full of success but a less certain future. You can have a look at that here.
Also in the Telegraph is another rumour about Nicolas Gaitan. Uuuuuuuuuuuuurgh.
Hull City want James Wilson on loan, read that in the MEN.
What a rubbish day for rumours.

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Manchester United to increase offer for Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin

Manchester United hope to tie up the transfer of Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton with an increased bid of around £25 million.
Southampton rejected an opening bid of £20 million from United in the past two weeks, with the club not needing to sell from a financial point of view.
Nevertheless, Southampton have accepted that the French midfielder will be leaving this summer, and are happy to wait to get the best price for their midfielder, after keeping him on for another season when Spurs were interested.
Manchester United and Arsenal were then rumoured to be after the player, but Arsenal have been put off by the price and decided that Francis Coquelin might be sufficient for the season in defensive midfield (or may be after another, more established player like Arturo Vidal).
Louis van Gaal wants to get the player signed before the start of the pre-season US tour, with the players flying out on 13 July. He will hope that at least one other new signing, possibly more, will be able to join the team at that time, with Bastian Schweinsteiger and Seamus Coleman looking the most likely, as the Sergio Ramos transfer drags on.

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Miguel Cabrera out 6 weeks with Grade 3 calf strain

Jefry Marte has been called up to take his place on the roster for the time being.
The Detroit Tigers placed Miguel Cabrera on the 15-day disabled list with a left calf strain Saturday morning, just hours after Cabrera left Friday night’s ga…

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Transfer Time! Manchester City Should Look to the Continent for New Blood

Entering the transfer season, City has a need at a few positions, We will explore possible signings at each position and a starting XI based upon those projected signings and our current roster
Transfer season is upon us and

One position of need that I noticed is another solid, preferably young, centerback to eventually take over for Martin Demichelis, who is solid but he is aging and Eliaquim Mangala hasn’t, in my opinion, proven that he deserves a starting spot yet despite his hefty price tag.A good potential target would be 20 year-old French international centerback Ayremic Laporte from Spanish side Athletic Bilbao. He is a pretty solid marking back with outstanding tackling skills, while they still need some development I think he would fit well and grow to be very good, solid centerback in the future.
Two other centerbacks, that would, in my opinion, be solid and fit right in are Dante, the 31 year old Brazilian international and former City man, 26 year old German international Jerome Boateng, both from Bayern Munich. Both are solid on the ball with great marking and tackling skills and would be great to strengthen the heart of our back-line. Boateng’s previous stint at Eastlands was cut short when Bayern came in for him, but perhaps he would be able to settle more quickly this time around.
Two more positions of need are a younger, solid CAM and CDM. Some potential candidates are 24 year-old Belgian international Kevin De Bruyne, which has been a back and forth tale as of late, yet looks like City are the leaders to sign him. Also a target is 22 year-old French international midfielder Paul Pogba, he is being looked at by what seems to be most of the giants of world football such as Spanish giants Barcelona as well as PSG, Chelsea and (of course) City. He is already really skilled, and at 22, has lots of football ahead of him to grow and become even more skilled. After having helped lead Juventus to the UEFA Champions League Final, he is a target that City needs to try and secure.
Barcelona has recently had a bid for Paul Pogba of 80 million pounds rejected by Juventus, even though they would not be able to register him as a roster player and use him until January of 2016, as reported by ESPN FC in a recent article

“Juventus turned down an offer from Barcelona for Paul Pogba of 80 million pounds, Bianconeri managing director Giuseppe Marotta confirmed as he reiterated that the young France star is not for sale
Pogba, 22, is one of the most coveted targets in the upcoming transfer window, and there has been much speculation about the 22-year-old’s future at Barcelona, despite the fact that the club are banned from registering any new players until January 2016.”

Another possible need is a young speedy winger and 20 year old English international Raheem Sterling, currently under contract at Liverpool perfectly fits that role. This is interesting because we have already made multiple bids for him which have been rejected.
This all recently came full circle when, as reported by Chris Wheeler of MailOnline, it was announced that UEFA has lifted the Financial Fair Play spending caps held against City, setting the stage for what will surely be a summer spending spree.

“Manchester City have been cleared to embark on a huge summer spending spree after UEFA confirmed that Financial Fair Play restrictions on the club are being lifted.
City’s transfer budget was capped at £49million last summer and their Champions League squad cut to 21 players for breaching FFP regulations, both of which were blamed for their disappointing performance in the Premier League and Europe last season.
But the announcement by UEFA’s club financial control body on Friday has given City the green light to pursue their top summer transfer targets Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and Paul Pogba, who will cost up to £150m if the club are successful in bringing them to the Etihad Stadium.”

Now for the Starting XI:




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